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SSC Exams 2022 – Upcoming SSC Exams

મિત્રો હવે SSC ની નવી JOB અને L atest Update અહી પણ Update થશે તો નિયમિત Application ની મુલાકાત લેતા રહેવું

The SSC Exams stand for Staff Selection Commission exams. are conducted to recruit staff to various posts in ministries, departments and organizations of the Government of India. This article will give a general overview of all Staff Selection Commission exams such as the SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC JE, SSC GD, SSC CPO, SSC MTS and SSC Stenographer exam.

The Commission has announced new dates for the release of notifications for various SSC examinations. The examination dates for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL,  SSC CPO etc. are updated on the exam date page. Aspirants of SSC exams can go through a detailed schedule of SSC exams 2023 and SSC 2022 on SSC Exam Calendar page.  Also, download the PDF of the SSC exam schedule released by the commission.

SSC Exam Calendar 2022-23 Download PDF Here

The full form of SSC is Staff Selection Commission. Established in 1975, it has been instrumental in selecting staff for various Group B and Group C posts.

The relevant information related to Staff Selection Commission exams – SSC 2022 like Exam Calendar for upcoming Exams, notification, eligibility criteria, exam pattern(s) and syllabus is mentioned below.

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SSC Exam 2023

The Staff Selection Commission has released an updated SSC Exam calendar 2022-23 on July 6th 2022. Given below are the highlights of the SSC exam calendar uploaded by the commission –

SSC Exams 2022
SSC Exam NamesSSC Exam Notification DateSSC Exam Date
Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2022September 10, 2022Tier I Exam Date – December 2022
Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2022November 5, 2022Tier I Exam Date – February / March 2023
Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination, 2022January 25th 2023Tier I Exam Date – April / May 2023
Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Forces Examination, SSC CPO – August 10, 2022Paper I Exam Date – November 2022
Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination, 2022August 12, 2022Paper-I Exam Date – November 2022
Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2022August 20, 2022CBE* Exam Date –  November 2022
Constables (GD) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2022December 10, 2023CBE* Exam Date –  March / April 2023

Candidates can check the mock tests given below to prepare as per the SSC exam pattern, marking scheme:

Recruitment under the Staff Service Commission to become more convenient with the approval of Union Cabinet for setting up the National Recruitment Agency. NRA will soon be responsible for conducting a Common Eligibility Test (CET) for SSC, RRB and IBPS  Non-Technical and Non-Gazetted posts.

Government exam aspirants must read on to know more about the National Recruitment Agency at the linked article.


The SSC CGL is one of the most sought after Staff Selection Commission exams conducted annually to recruit candidates for various Group B and Group C posts. The recruitment is done in various departments, ministries and organizations of the Central Government.

The notification for SSC CGL 2021 is released on 23rd December 2021 by the commission, hence the dates for the same are as follows:

SSC CGL Exam 2021
EventsSSC Exam CGL 2021
SSC CGL Notification 2021 DateDecember 23 2021
SSC CGL Tier I Exam April 11 to April 21 2022
SSC CGL Tier 1 Answer Key May 2, 2022
SSC CGL Tier II exam8th August to 10th August 2022
SSC CGL Tier III exam21st August 2021
SSC CGL 2021 Tier IV examTo be notified

Candidates preparing for SSC CGL exam 2022 are advised to go through SSC CGL Previous Year papers to get an idea of the scope and difficulty level of the exam.

Exam Pattern of SSC CGL Tier,1,2,3 and 4

  1. Tier – 1 will take place in multiple slots via computer mode, with objective type questions.
  2. Tier – 2 will comprise two papers – Quantitative Aptitude and English of about 200 marks
  3. Tier – 3 is a descriptive type exam that is designed to test the written skills of candidates in the Hindi/English language.
  4. Tier – 4 is conducted exclusively for the post of Assistant Audit Officer.

SSC CGL Eligibility

Qualification :

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any subject with at least 60 % Marks in Mathematics in 12th standard Or
  • Bachelor’s Degree in any subject with Statistics as one of the core subjects.

Age Limit

SSC has increased the age limit for SSC CGL Recruitment, though the age varies for different posts. The minimum age limit defined for SSC CGL is 27 years and the maximum is 32 years.

The table below gives Post Wise Age Limit:

DepartmentAge LimitPosts
CSS20 – 30 yearsAssistant Section Officer
Intelligence BureauNot exceeding 30 YearsAssistant Section Officer
Directorate of Enforcement, Department of RevenueNot exceeding 30 YearsAssistant Enforcement Officer
M/o of Statistics & Prog. ImplementationUp to 32 yearsJunior Statistical Officer
NIAUp to 30 yearsSub Inspector
CBI20-30 yearsSub Inspector
Narcotics18-25 yearsSub Inspector
CBEC20-27 yearsTax Assistant
Other departments18-27 yearsAll other posts

Registration for SSC CGL 

The application form for SSC CGL will be made available on the official website. Candidates can fill the application form in online mode only by visiting the official portal (different for different regions) of SSC.

  • Candidates need to register by entering his/her email ID, phone number and password,
  • An SSC registration number will be issued,
  • Use the given registration number and password to log in,
  • Fill the detailed application form and upload scanned photographs and signatures as per the dimensions specified in the JPEG format.

Candidates would be selected through a 4-tier selection process of SSC CGL, in which the fourth tier would be of qualifying nature only.

  • Tier 1 comprises about 100 MCQs based on the general aptitude to be done within an hour.
  • Tier 2 is a descriptive test comprising two papers of Mathematics and English with each being of 200 marks and 2 hours duration.
  • Tier 3 would be a subjective exam of 1-hour. Tier 4 would be a typing test/computer proficiency test.
Mode of ExaminationSSC Online (Except tier – 3)
Number of Questions100 (In Tier 1 and Mathematics Tier -2), 200 (English Tier 2)
Maximum Marks200 in Tier 1, 400 in Tier 2, 100 in Tier 3
Duration1 hour (Tier 1), 2 Hours (Tier 2), I Hour (Tier 3)
Sections4 (In Tier 1)

SSC Syllabus for CGL

The tier-wise SSC syllabus for the examination is given below:

Tier I SSC Syllabus for CGL

The major sections asked in SSC CGL Preliminary Exam are General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude And English Language.

Tier II SSC Syllabus for CGL

Mains Exam will be conducted online and is an objective multiple-choice exam.

The major sections in Mains Exam are Quantitative Aptitude, English Language and Comprehension, Statistics, General Studies (Finance and Economics)

Tier III SSC Syllabus for CGL

  • Tier – III of SSC CGL exam is a descriptive exam to test the writing skills of the candidates in English/Hindi.
  • The mode of examination is offline and students are required to write essays, precision writing, application, letter, etc.
  • The exam carries 100 marks and the time allotted for the same is 60 minutes.
  • The time allotted for candidates belonging to PWD category is increased to 80 minutes.
  • Tier – III paper is given by specific candidates who are interested only for the post of “Statistical Investigator Grade-II” & “Compiler”.

SSC CGL Tier IV Syllabus

Tier – IV examination comprises a couple of skill sets required for certain Government Posts all over the country.

  • DEST (Data Entry Speed Test): For the post of Tax Assistant (Central Excise and Income Tax), Dest Exam through SSC CGL exam is conducted to check the typing speed of the candidate.

The candidatures are given an article in English which they have to type on the designated computer. A candidate is required to type 2000 words in 15 minutes

  • CPT (Computer Proficiency Test): Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Generations of slides are three modules that are important for this exam and the commission demands a candidate to be proficient in it for the post of CSS, MEA, Inspector (Central Excise), Inspector (Preventive Officer), Inspector (Examiner).

For detailed information on SSC CGL Syllabus, refer to the linked article.

SSC CGL Result 

The result for SSC CGL for 2021 will be declared separately for each stage once the exam is conducted successfully.

Result for SSC CGL will be published on the SSC official website( Candidates would be required to login to the SSC online portal to check their results.

The results would be compiled in a post-wise and marks-wise manner, with the candidate scoring highest marks overall being credited with All India Rank (AIR).


The SSC General Duty – GD Exam is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission.

The SSC GD Exam is conducted to appoint candidates who can fill the various posts available in paramilitary organizations such as BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSB, NIA, SSF and Rifleman in Assam Rifles.

SSC GD Recruitment

GD recruitment 2021 started with the release of the official SSC GD Notification to select candidates for the post of constable in BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSF, SSB, NIA and riflemen. Candidates are advised to visit the official SSC page regularly to remain updated about the upcoming SSC GD Notification, eligibility criteria, SSC syllabus and SSC exam dates of GD Exam.

The entire recruitment process of SSC GD is conducted in four stages: Physical Standard Test (PST), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), computer-based test and lastly the medical test.

SSC GD Notification 

The commission has released the last General Duty Constable notice on July 17th 2021. Earlier, Staff Selection Commission of India had released the SSC GD (Constables) 2018-19 official notification on 21st July 2018.

SSC GD Exam Dates

The below table includes the SSC GD Constable Exam 2021 Details and Important Dates:

SSC GD Notification 2021March 25th 2021 (Postponed)July 17th 2021 (released)
SSC GD Exam Date16th November 2021 to 15th December 2021
SSC GD Result 202125th March 2022
SSC GD Exam 2021 Final ResultTo be notified

For further details on SSC GD Exam Date, please check the given link.

SSC GD Vacancy

25271 vacancies are announced for GD 2021 exam recruitment as per the official notification.

Initially, SSC has introduced 54,953 vacancies for the recruitment of constables through SSC GD 2018-2019 Exam, now which has been increased up to 58373 vacancies.

SSC GD Selection Process

SSC GD Exam is conducted in three stages. Upon qualification in all three phases, you will be recruited for various posts like Constable General Duty in BSF, SSB, CRPF, NIA, CISF, SSF, ITBP, Rifleman in Assam Rifles.

These phases are mentioned below:

Stage 1: – Written Exam (Objective type)

Stage 2: – Physical Standard Test/ Physical Efficiency Test

Stage 3: – Medical Test

Candidates willing to appear for SSC Exam 2022 for the General Duty Constable post can check the following links for relevant information:

SSC GD Written Exam Pattern

The first phase of SSC GD Exam will be the Objective Type Written Exam, The SSC GD Written Exam will be conducted through online mode only.

To compete in the SSC GD Physical Test, one must qualify for the written test first.

The SSC GD Exam Pattern for written exams is as follows:

PartSubjectNo. OfQuestionsMaximum MarksTime Duration
AGeneral Intelligence &Reasoning2525120 Minutes(Total)
BGeneral Knowledge & General Awareness2525
CElementary Mathematics2525

Each question carries 1 mark and time duration for the exam will be 2 hours (120 minutes). Matriculation level questions will be asked in the Exam. SSC Online examination will be conducted in English and Hindi Language.

Physical Standard Test/ Physical Efficiency Test Pattern

The Physical Test of SSC GD is a very important phase for those candidates who want to apply for this exam. All candidates will have to undergo a physical endurance & measurement test.

The Physical test doesn’t carry any marks but it is mandatory to clear the test. If you fail in the physical test then you won’t be able to clear the SSC GD Exam.

SSC GD Physical Standard for Male Candidates

  • Height – 170 cm.
  • Chest – 81 (Unexpanded), 85 (Expanded)
  • Race – 5 km in 24 minutes.
  • Long Jump – 14 feet (In three chances)
  • High Jump – 3’9’’ (In three chances)

SSC GD Physical Standards for Female Candidates

  • Height – 157 cm.
  • Chest – There is no chest measurement for female candidates.
  • Race – 1600 meters in 8.30 minutes.
  • Long Jump – 10 feet (In three chances)
  • High Jump – 3’ (In three chances)

SSC GD Syllabus for Written Exam

The SSC GD Syllabus is a very important element for all those who are preparing for SSC GD because if you know the complete syllabus then you can eliminate wasteful hours and fully focus on any weak areas that might be there.

The SSC GD Syllabus is mentioned below:

SSC Syllabus for General Intelligence & Reasoning

  • Analogies
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Spatial Visualization
  • Spatial Orientation
  • Visual Memory
  • Discrimination
  • Observation
  • Relationship Concepts
  • Arithmetical Reasoning and Figural Classification
  • Arithmetic Number Series
  • Non-Verbal Series
  • Coding and Decoding

SSC Syllabus for General Knowledge and General Awareness

  • Sports
  • History
  • Culture
  • Geography
  • Economic Scene
  • General Polity
  • Indian Constitution
  • Scientific Research

SSC Syllabus for Elementary Mathematics

  • Number Systems
  • Computation of Whole Numbers
  • Decimals and Fractions and relationship between Numbers
  • Fundamental arithmetical operations
  • Percentages
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Averages
  • Interest
  • Profit and Loss
  • Discount
  • Mensuration
  • Time and Distance
  • Ratio and Time
  • Time and Work

SSC Syllabus for English Comprehension

  • Spot the Error
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Synonyms/Homonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Spellings/Detecting Mis-spelt words
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • One Word Substitution
  • Improvement of Sentences
  • Active/Passive Voice of Verbs
  • Conversion into Direct/Indirect narration
  • Shuffling of Sentence parts
  • Shuffling of Sentences in a passage
  • Cloze Passage
  • Comprehension Passage

SSC GD Admit Card

The Admit Card for SSC GD will be released after the application process for the same has been completed.

Candidates are requested to visit the SSC official website, to download the SSC GD Admit Card.

Check detailed information on SSC GD Admit Card in the linked page.


The SSC conducts the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) exam every year for recruitment in various Ministries/Departments and organizations of the Government of India.

The various posts under the SSC CHSL Exam:

  • Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants (PA/SA)
  • Data Entry Operator (DEO)
  • Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)
  • Court Clerk

Candidates willing to appear for SSC exam for CHSL post can check details regarding SSC CHSL Apply Online in the given link.

Notification for CHSL 2022 Exam

SSC CHSL exam notification for 2021 recruitment is released by the Staff selection commission on 1st February 2022. The SSC has released the SSC CHSL notification for the post of Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)/ Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant (PA/SA) and Data Entry Operator (DEO).

The following table gives brief information about the SSC CHSL Exam 2021.

Exam EventsImportant Dates 
SSC CHSL 2021 Notification/Advertisement Date1st February 2022
SSC CHSL 2021 Tier I examMay 24 2022 to June 10 2022
SSC CHSL 2021 Tier II examSeptember 18 2022
SSC CHSL 2021 Tier III examTo be notified

Currently, the recruitment of SSC CHSL 2020 is also underway. The notification for CHSL 2020 was released on 6th November 2020, The following table highlight the important information about the SSC CHSL 2020.

SSC CHSL 2020 
SSC CHSL Notification6th November 2020
SSC CHSL 2020 Tier I Exam21st May to 22nd May 2021 for candidates who opted for West Bengal Exam Centers4th August to 12th August 2021 (Revised Dates)
SSC CHSL Tier-II Exam9th January 2022
SSC CHSL Tier III Exam1st July 2022

Candidates can go through SSC CHSL Exam Date for detailed information on year-wise dates and exam events of SSC Exam for CHSL post.

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern:

The SSC CHSL Exam Pattern is usually published on the SSC official notification.

The SSC CHSL exam is held via three tiers mentioned below:

  1. Tier 1: It is Computer – Based Written Exam (Objective Type)
  2. Tier 2: Written Exam (Descriptive Paper)
  3. Tier 3: Typing Test/Skill Test.
SectionSubjectNo of QuestionsMax MarksExam Duration
1General Intelligence255060 minutes
2General Awareness255060 minutes
3Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)255060 minutes
4English Language255060 minutes
Total10020060 minutes

Tier I SSC Syllabus for CHSL 

The brief idea of CHSL Tier I SSC Syllabus is given below:

General Intelligence/ReasoningQuantitative AbilityEnglish LanguageGeneral Awareness
Logical ReasoningSimplificationReading ComprehensionHistory
Alphanumeric SeriesProfit & LossCloze TestCulture
Ranking/Direction/Alphabet TestSimple Interest & Compound Interest, Surds & IndicesPara JumblesGeography
Data SufficiencyWork & TimeMiscellaneousEconomic Scene
Coded InequalitiesTime & DistanceFill in the BlanksGeneral Policy
Seating ArrangementMensuration – Cylinder, Cone, SphereMultiple Meaning/Error SpottingScientific Research
PuzzleData InterpretationParagraph CompletionAwards and Honors
TabulationRatio & Proportion, PercentageOne Word SubstitutionBooks and Authors
SyllogismNumber SystemsActive/Passive Voice
Blood RelationsSequences & Series
Input/OutputMixtures & Allegations
Coding/DecodingPermutation, Combination & Probability

Tier II SSC Syllabus for CHSL

As mentioned above, in this paper candidates need to write an essay and letter/application that tests the writing skills of the candidates.

The topics asked in this exam will be related to National Interest, Finance & Economy, Ecological Issues, Social Issues, Politics, Schemes and Governance, Technology, Sports, Geopolitics, Environmental Concerns, etc.

Tier III SSC Syllabus for CHSL

This exam will be a skill/typing test which would be of qualifying nature. The final merit of the selected candidates will be based on the total score obtained in the Tier – I and Tier – II exams.

The table below lists out in detail about the Skill Test, Time and Speed needed to qualify:

Skill TestSpeedTime
Data Entry OperatorData Entry Speed of 8000 key depressions per hour on the computer. The ‘speed will be adjudged based on the correct entry of words/key depressions as per the given passageThe duration of the test will be for 15 minutes and printed matter in English containing about 2000-2200 key-depressions would be given to each candidate who would enter the same in the test computer
Data Entry Operator in the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG)The speed of 15000 key depressions per hour will be judged based on the correct entry of words/key depressions as per the given passageThe duration of the test will be for 15 minutes and printed matter in English containing about 3700-4000 key-depressions would be given to each candidate who would enter the same in the test computer
Lower Division Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant (LDS/JSA) and Postal Assistants/ Sorting Assistants (PA/SA)The speed of 10500 key depressions per hour will be judged based on the correct entry of words/key depressions as per the given passageThe duration of the test will be for 15 minutes and printed matter in English containing about 9000 key-depressions/hour would be given to each candidate who would enter the same in the test computer.

For details on the SSC CHSL Syllabus, refer to the linked article.

SSC CHSL Vacancy

The SSC CHSL vacancies 2021 will tentatively be 4000 plus for the different SSC CHSL posts in the Indian Government. For the SSC CHSL 2020 the number of vacancies were 4726 and for CHSL 2019, the vacancies count was 4893.

Candidates can go through the detailed SSC CHSL Salary for various post under Combined Higher Secondary Level exam.

Eligibility Criteria for SSC CHSL 

There are 3 important criteria that a candidate must fulfil to be eligible for the CHSL exam by SSC.

The SSC CHSL Eligibility criteria are as follows:

  1. Citizenship: The candidate must be a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal or a subject of Bhutan or a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before January 1, 1962, to settle down permanently.

A person who has migrated from the following lands and wishes to permanently reside in India are also eligible:

  • Pakistan
  • Burma
  • Sri Lanka
  • Kenya
  • Uganda
  • Tanzania
  • Zambia
  • Malawi
  • Zaire
  • Ethiopia
  • Vietnam

2. Age Limit: Age limit for the post is 18-27 years as on 01-08-2020 (i.e. candidates born not before 02-08-1993 and not later than 01-08-2002).

3Educational Qualification:

For LDC/JSA, PA/SA. DEO (except DEO in C&AG), the candidate must have passed 12th standard or equivalent examination from a recognized board of a university. Whereas for Data Entry Operator (DEO) in the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG): 12th Standard pass in Science stream with Mathematics as a subject from any recognized Board or equivalent.

SSC Online Admit Card for CHSL 

Those candidates who register for SSC CHSL Exam within the stipulated time will be assigned an e-admit card/hall ticket/ call letter that can be downloaded from the official website of the SSC.

Candidates can get the detailed information on SSC CHSL Admit Card in the link provided here.

The admit card for the CHSL Tier -1 exam will be released first followed by the admit card of CHSL Tier – 2 exams.

The Tier -2 SSC admit card will only be given to those candidates who have qualified for the Tier – 1 exam.

SSC Online Result for CHSL

SSC CHSL Result will be declared after the examination for different Tiers of SSC CHSL exam has been conducted. All candidates can check their results and marks by visiting the official SSC website. For important dates and information regarding SSC CHSL Result, please visit the given link.

Aspirants can also go through the following links for assistance in preparation.


To fill the Group – ‘B’ posts in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Quantity Surveying and Contract domain, the SSC conducts the annual examination for the recruitment of Junior Engineers (JE).

The SSC JE exam is a competitive exam for Group ‘B’ (non-Gazetted) posts in Level- 6 administered by SSC under the Government of India.

SSC JE Recruitment 

For the recruitment of the SSC JE exam, SSC offers a golden opportunity to millions of aspirants across the Indian sub-continent by conducting this exam annually to fulfill their dream of working in a prestigious Government organization.

SSC has released the SSC 2020 notification for the recruitment of JE exam. The SSC exam final result for Junior Engineer 2020 is declared on March 25th 2022. Check the SSC JE result for different years. The dates for JE 2020 exam are highlighted below:

SSC JE Exam Date 2020
EventsExam Dates (Tentative)
SSC JE Notification1st October 2020
Paper I (Computer-based exam)22nd March 2021 to 24th March 2021
Paper I (Computer-based exam) Result30th June 2021
Paper-II (Conventional)26th September 2021
Result declaration (Tentative)20th March 2022

Candidates can check the important SSC JE exam dates for different years in the linked article.

Candidates should visit the SSC official page often to stay updated about any latest details about the SSC JE exam. Candidates can check the detailed information regarding the process of filling JE registration form on SSC JE Apply Online page.

Candidates preparing for the SSC exam JE post can go through the SSC JE Cut Off for assistance in strategizing an effective preparation plan.

SSC JE Notification

SSC released the SSC JE notification on 1st October 2020. As per the SSC JE notification, the last date to apply for the position will close on October 30th, 2020. Click on the above-linked page to download the official SSC JE Notification for easy reference.

SSC JE Official notification is released by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit fresh engineering graduates for the post of Junior Engineers (Mechanical, Electrical, Civil and Quantity Surveying and Contracts).

The SSC JE salary for the Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) post in Level- 6 is Rs 35400-112400/- according to the 7th Central Pay Commission. Detailed SSC JE Salary is given on the linked page.

SSC JE Vacancy

The vacancies for the SSC JE post for 2020 exam are not announced in the official notification. However, on 19th October 2020, SSC through an addendum announced that the total number of SSC JE vacancies for 2019 examination that is scheduled from October 27th onwards, sums up to a total of 887.Category-wise, Post-wise and Organisation-wise Vacancy for Junior Engineer exam are available on the JE notification page (Link given above).

Similarly, on 15th February 2019, the tentative vacancy of SSC JE post was announced through an addendum that the number of SSC JE vacancies for 2018-19 exam summed up to 1601 positions in total.

SSC JE Apply Online & Application Fee 

Candidates who wish to take the exam this year are required to apply online on the link made available in the SSC official website, which is particularly meant for SSC registration purposes.

Given below is the procedure for filling the SSC online application for the exam, which consists of two parts:

  1. One-Time SSC Registration
  2. SSC Online Application Form

1. One-Time SSC Registration: For this type of SSC registration, a candidate should read the instructions which are updated in the notice of examination carefully before proceeding to fill up the SSC online ‘Registration Form’ and ‘Application Form’.

The candidate is required to open the SSC official website ( and click on ‘Register Now’ provided in the SSC Login section of the website.

It is essential to keep the following documents handy during SSC registration:

  • Mobile Number/Email ID which should be verified through OTP. During SSC registration, the User ID of the candidate will be his/the Email ID that he/she had provided earlier.
  • Update Aadhaar Number or Aadhaar Enrollment Number as an ID proof. If the Aadhaar card is not available, the candidate can show any of the following documents later: Voter ID Card, PAN Card, Passport, Driving License, School/ College ID Card, Employer ID (Govt/ PSU/ Private).
  • Information about the name of the Board, Roll Number and Year of Passing the 10th standard examination.
  • Have a scanned colour passport-size photograph in JPEG format (20 KB to 50 KB).
  • Have a scanned signature in JPEG format (10 KB to 20 KB).

Candidates should be extra cautious about filling up the following information to complete the One-Time Registration process:

  1. Basic details like name, date of birth, 10th exam details, etc.
  2. Additional details like category, nationality, visible identification mark, etc.
  3. Contact details.
  4. Photo signature and LTI.

Candidates are required to complete the SSC Registration process within 7 days failing which their SSC Registration details saved would be permanently deleted.

It is also important to note that the candidature of a particular candidate may get cancelled in case of wrong/incorrect information furnished.

2. SSC Online Application Form: A candidate can log in to the SSC online system through his/her registered Email ID and password.

After that, the candidate needs to click on the ‘Apply’ link ‘Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination’ section under ‘Latest Notifications’ tab.

He/She has the flexibility to choose the examination centre as per one’s preference.

Thereafter, the information concerning Photo/ Signature/ Biometric impression needs to be filled up automatically from the One-Time Registration data.

**For 2019, the SSC JE online application process started on August 13th and ended by September 16th, 2019.

**For the year 2018, SSC online application process of JE exam commenced from February 01, 2019, and continued up to February 25, 2019 (until 5.00 P.M.).

Application Fee

Candidates need to pay an application fee of Rs 100/- via any of the following payment modes like SBI Challan/ Net Banking, BHIM UPI, Credit or Debit cards, etc.

However, female candidates, candidates belonging to the SC/ST category, Persons with Disability (PwD) and Ex-servicemen are exempted from paying the application fees.

SSC JE Exam Pattern

The SSC JE exam pattern is divided into two papers i.e. Paper – I (Computer-Based Test) and Paper-II (Written Test).

The duration of each paper is 2 hours. Given in the below tables are highlights of Paper I and Paper II:

SSC JE Paper – I Pattern

ModeComputer Based Test (Online Mode)
SubjectGeneral Intelligence & ReasoningGeneral AwarenessPart – A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)Part – B General Engineering (Electrical)Part – C General Engineering (Mechanical)
Maximum Marks200 Marks
Negative Marking0.25 Marks
Duration & Timing (Date to be Intimidated later)The morning shift will be from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The afternoon shift will be from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

SSC JE Paper-II Pattern

ModeWritten Exam (Offline Mode)
SubjectPart- A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)Part- B General Engineering (Electrical)Part- C General Engineering (Mechanical)
Maximum Marks300 Marks
Duration & Timing (Date to be intimated later)2 Hours

SSC Syllabus JE

The SSC JE syllabus consists of topics related to Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, etc.

The topics for JE Paper – I SSC syllabus is shown below:

General Intelligence & ReasoningBasic topics related to Analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem-solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc
General AwarenessBasic topics related to History, Culture, Geography, Economics, General Polity and Scientific Research etc
General EngineeringBasic topics related to Civil and Structural Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering

JE Paper-II SSC Syllabus

This paper consists of three parts that focus on core subjects.

They are as follows:

  1. Part-A (Civil & Structural Engineering): It includes topics like Building Materials, Surveying, Estimating, Costing and Valuation, Concrete Technology, Irrigation Engineering, RCC Design, Hydraulics, etc.
  2. Part-B (Electrical Engineering): It includes topics like Circuit law, AC Fundamentals, Electrical Machines, Measurement and measuring instruments, Synchronous Machines, etc.
  3. Part- C (Mechanical Engineering): It includes topics like Theory of Machines and Machine Design, Thermal Engineering, Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics & Machinery, etc.

Candidates should focus on the SSC JE Preparation for scoring well in the upcoming exam.

SSC JE Eligibility Criteria

Candidates willing to appear for the exam are required to check the SSC JE eligibility criteria and the basic SSC JE requirements before they fill up the SSC JE Application form.

The SSC JE Eligibility is as follows:

  1. Educational Qualifications: Eligible candidates must hold the essential educational qualification for the posts they wish to apply for. They should have passed the Matriculation examination or any equivalent degree from a recognised Board.
  2. Citizenship: The candidate must be a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal or a subject of Bhutan or a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before January 1, 1962, to settle down permanently.

A person who has migrated from the following lands and wishes to reside permanently in India are also eligible:

  • Pakistan
  • Burma
  • Sri Lanka
  • Kenya
  • Uganda
  • Tanzania
  • Zambia
  • Malawi
  • Zaire
  • Ethiopia
  • Vietnam

3. SSC JE Age Limit:

Candidates must fulfil the below-mentioned age requirement as on 1st August 2020:

PositionAge Limit
Junior Engineer (Civil and Electrical), Department of Posts and Junior Engineer (Surveying & Contracts) and MES18-27 Years
Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical), MES, NTRO, Naval, Border Road Organization30 Years
Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical) and CPWD32 Years

SSC JE Admit Card

SSC releases Junior Engineer admit card a week before the examination date. Applicants who are taking the Junior Engineer exam can download the SSC JE Admit Card from the official website of SSC (

They should carry it to the examination centre along with a Passport-size photo affixed on it on the scheduled exam day.

While downloading the Admit Card from the relevant webpage, they need to click on the SSC Admit Card link fro JE post and feed in the relevant credentials such as SSC Registration Number and Date of Birth (DOB).

Applicants should keep a printout of the document for future reference.


The Staff Selection Commission conducts the Central Police Organization (CPO) exam.

The SSC CPO exam is conducted to recruit candidates for various posts under the Central Police Force like Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assistant Sub Inspectors in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

Check SSC CPO Salary for various posts under the examination.

SSC CPO Exam Pattern

The SSC CPO Exam is conducted in 4 stages-

  1. Paper I
  2. Physical Endurance Test/Physical Standard Test
  3. Paper-II
  4. Medical Examination

The last process is the selection which is done after the successful verification of documents.

The table below gives an idea about the Paper I & Paper II of the SSC CPO Exam-

Paper IGeneral Intelligence & ReasoningGeneral AwarenessQuantitative AptitudeEnglish Comprehension2 hrs
Paper-IIEnglish language & Comprehension2 hrs

The Physical Test is done for candidates who qualify for the paper I. Aspirants of SSC CPO Exam must keep abreast with the latest exam pattern and syllabus of the exam. Therefore, it is advised to check SSC CPO Previous Years Papers to keep abreast of the same.

SSC CPO Syllabus

The SSC CPO syllabus comprises various topics related to General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Comprehension.

For detailed SSC CPO syllabus topics and weightage, candidates can check the linked article.

SSC CPO Eligibility

The Eligibility for the SSC CPO is as follows:-

CategorySSC CPO Eligibility
NationalityMust be a citizen of India, Nepal or Bhutan.Migrated candidates should have necessary citizenship documents from Govt. of India.
Age LimitMinimum – 20 yearsMaximum 25 years
QualificationBachelor’s degree from a recognized University/Institute

For more details on the SSC CPO Eligibility, refer to the link provided.

SSC CPO Notification

The SSC exam notification for CPO Post is released on June 17th 2020. The official notification gives an idea on the vacancies, salary, preferable SSC exam dates and centres, admit card, the application process in depth. Aspirants can check the SSC CPO Notification, for more details.

The important SSC CPO Exam dates 2020 as mentioned in the notification are given below:

SSC CPO Exam Date 
SSC CPO 2020 eventsSSC CPO 2020 Dates
SSC CPO 2020 Notification & Online ApplicationJune 17th 2020
SSC CPO Apply Online Last dateJuly 16th 2020
SSC CPO Paper I (CBE)November 23rd to November 26th, 2020
SSC CPO Paper II 8th November 2021
SSC CPO Final Result July 15th 2022

Candidates can check SSC CPO Exam Dates for relevant dates of important SSC CPO events.

Also, check SSC CPO Admit Card for regular updates regarding 2020 admit card.


As SSC Exam for central police organisation post took place in November 2020, Candidates can check SSC CPO Cut Off for the category-wise cut off trends.

Candidates can also check the detailed result and exam analysis for assistance in strategic preparation.


Staff Selection Commission Multitasking Staff Or SSC MTS exam is a non-technical examination conducted by SSC. The recruitment notification for SSC MTS exam 2022 is not yet released.

Check SSC MTS Full-Form for details.

SSC MTS Recruitment

SSC MTS Exam is conducted for the following posts:

  • Peon
  • Gardner
  • Daftary
  • Jamadar
  • Junior Gestetner Operator
  • Chowkidar
  • Safaiwala, etc

SSC MTS Vacancy

The SSC releases the SSC MTS Vacancies through an official circular. The commission announced the tentative SSC Multi Tasking Staff and Havaldar vacancies on April 27th 2021 which is 3698 for Multi tasking Staff (non-technical) and 3603 for Havaldar in CBIC and CBN.

Candidates will find detailed information on SSC MTS Vacancy on SSC MTS exam main page.

SSC MTS Salary

The Salary of SSC MTS is revised after the 7th Pay Commission Application. Currently, the in-hand SSC MTS salary is approximately 18,000/ to 22,000/ per month.

SSC MTS is a Group C non-gazetted, general Central Government service. It is a non-ministerial post with pay band 1(5200 – 20200) + the Grade Pay of 1800 rupees.

Check further details on SSC MTS Salary on the link provided here.

SSC MTS Notification

SSC MTS 2021 Notification is released as per the schedule mentioned in the SSC exam calendar i.e. On March 22nd 2022.

Paper I of the SSC MTS Exam was scheduled for 5th July 2022 and dates for paper II is 5th November 2022 . Check further details on SSC MTS Notification page.

SSC MTS Eligibility

The eligibility criteria as mentioned in the SSC MTS notification is given in brief below:

Eligibility Criteria as in SSC MTS Notification
Eligibility CriteriaConditions
Age limit as per SSC MTS notification18- 25 years Age Group
Nationality as per SSC MTS Exam notificationA citizen of Indian National
Minimum Education as per SSC MTS 2019 notification10th pass OR equivalent degree from a government recognised institution

Detailed eligibility criteria, SSC MTS exam pattern and syllabus, information regarding the Admit Card and SSC MTS Result are given on the main page of SSC MTS exam.

SSC MT Cut Off

Candidates willing to appear for SSC 2022 MTS examination must know that they have to obtain the minimum score cut off marks decided by the Commission in MTS exam. Only, then will they be called for the final selection.

As per the commission, the qualifying marks in Paper-II have been fixed as  –

  1. 20 marks i.e. 40% for Unreserved category
  2. 17.5 marks i.e. 35% for all other reserved categories.

Know the detailed cut-off mark for other categories as well as the previous year cut off marks on SSC MTS Cut Off link provided here.

Other important links of SSC Exam for Multi-Tasking Staff exam are given below:

SSC MTS Exam related links
SSC MTS SyllabusSSC MTS Full Form
SSC MTS Admit CardSSC MTS Result

SSC Stenographer

The Staff Selection Commission conducts the SSC Stenographer exam annually. It is an All India level examination that recruits candidates for Stenographer Grade C (non-gazetted post) and Grade D posts in various departments, ministries and organisations of the Government of India.

SSC Stenographer Recruitment

The recruitment for SSC Stenographer Exam 2020 commenced on 10th October 2020 by the commission. The last date to apply for SSC Stenographer 2020 Grade C and Grade D exam is November 4th 2020.

Currently, the SSC Stenographer recruitment 2019 is under process. The commission started SSC Stenographer 2019 exam recruitment with the release of official notification.

The commission released SSC Stenographer notification 2019 on September 20th, 2019.

The SSC Stenographer Vacancy for the year 2019 is expected to be released soon. The commission announced the SSC Stenographer vacancy 2018 on March 19th, 2020.

The SSC Stenographer vacancy Grade C counts to 473 while that of Grade D posts the number of vacancies was 991. Detailed grade-wise vacancy of Stenographers is mentioned in the SSC Stenographer exam page.

SSC Stenographer Exam Dates

As per the SSC exam Calendar 2021, the Stenographer 2020 recruitment shall start by October 10th 2020. Check the detailed dates of Stenographer 2020 given below:

SSC Stenographer Exam Dates 2020
SSC Stenographer Exam EventsSSC Stenographer 2020 Exam Dates (tentative)
SSC Stenographer Notification 202010th October 2020
SSC Stenographer Online Application10th October 2020 to 4th November 2020
SSC Stenographer CBT Admit Card7th November 2021
SSC Stenographer CBT11th November 2021 to 15th November 2021 [Revised Dates]
SSC Stenographer CBT Result21st january 2022

For detailed information on SSC Stenographer vacancy, exam dates and eligibility, check SSC Stenographer Exam page.

SSC Stenographer Salary

The commission sets the salary for SSC Stenographers. SSC Stenographers salary varies as per the Grades. Apart from the salaries, SSC Stenographers are entitled to the following allowances:

  • House Rent Allowance
  • Dearness Allowance
  • Transport Allowance

The grade-wise salary structure for Stenographer posts is discussed in the SSC Stenographer Salary page.

SSC Stenographer Exam pattern

The Pattern of SSC Stenographer is set by the commission and is divided into two stages i.e. Computer-based test and Skill Test.

The exam pattern for SSC Stenographer CBT test is as given below:

SSC Stenographer Exam CBT pattern

SSC Stenographer Syllabus

The syllabus for Stenographer exam is decided by the Selection Commission only. The Staff Selection Commission releases the SSC Stenographer syllabus along with the notification every year.

The exam pattern and syllabus for both CBT and Skill test of Stenographer examination remain largely the same every year.

Broadly, the syllabus covers three main subjects, General Reasoning & Intelligence, General Awareness and English Language.

The Topic-wise SSC Stenographer Syllabus and detailed exam pattern is given in the link.

SSC Stenographer Result

The result for SSC Stenographer Exam is published on the SSC official website and notified through an official notification.

Recently, the commission released the result of SSC Stenographer 2020 for computer based exam on January 21st 2022. A total number of candidates who qualified the Stenographer skill test 2020 Grade C post is 3608 and for Grade D post the number is 13445. Details regarding the SSC Stenographer Result can be checked on the linked page.

SSC Stenographer Cut Off

SSC exam cut off for Stenographer are released in a PDF format along with the result of Grade C and Grade D posts of Stenographer exam. The Expected Cut off for SSC Exam Stenographer Grade C and Grade D Post fro the unreserved category is as mentioned below:

SSC Exam – Stenographer cut off (expected)
Category Cut off Grade CCut Off Grade D
UR136 – 141134 – 140

To know the expected SSC Stenographer cut off for different categories and previous years cut off trend. check the link given.

Candidates preparing for any of the SSC exams be it SSC CPO, SSC GD, SSC JE, SSC CGL or SSC CHSL they must prepare well for the general awareness section to score well in the exams. Candidates can check various Static GK topics relevant for their exams.

A thorough SSC preparation is needed as there is coverage of vast syllabus and topics for each of these exams.

Frequently Asked Question – SSC Exam 2022

Q.1. What is the highest post in SSC Exam?

Ans. Assistant Accounts Officer OR Assistant Audit Officer is the highest post that a candidate can get through by qualifying Combined Graduate Level SSC Examination. AAO is a Group “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial) post with the grade pay 4800 rupees.

Q.2. What is the minimum age criteria for all SSC exams?

Ans. SSC has set different age limit criteria for different SSC exams. The minimum age of a candidate applying for SSC JE, SSC CHSL, SSC CGL, and SSC GD must be 18 years and that of a candidate applying for SSC CPO must be 20 years of age. The upper age limit for various SSC exams differs as per the category of the candidates.

Q.3. What are the subjects covered in various SSC exam?

Ans. The common subjects of various SSC exams are Reasoning Ability, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English. However, there are exams in Staff Selection Commission that require candidates to have professional knowledge as well. A detailed list of subjects along with the topics covered is given in the syllabus page of respective exams.

Q.4. What is the negative marking scheme in the SSC exam?

Ans. There is no negative marking in SSC GD, While, for every wrong attempt candidates will be penalised with 0.25 marks in SSC CGL, SSC CPO and SSC JE exam. In SSC CHSL candidates will lose 0.5 marks for each wrong answer.

Q.5. How do the Staff Selection Commission intimates candidates about the SSC exam recruitments?

Ans. Candidates will find all the information related to various SSC exams on the SSC Official Website i.e. ( Candidates will also get all the latest information regarding all SSC examinations on this page itself.

Q 6. What is the minimum education qualification for all SSC exams?

Ans. SSC Conducts various exams annually and all have different requirements for the educational qualification of the candidates. The SSC Exam academic qualification for the various post is as follows:

  • SSC CGL – A Graduation Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks.
  • SSC CPO – A Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized university (no minimum percentage specified as such).
  • SSC CHSL – A 12th pass certificate from any board or university
  • SSC JE – A degree or Diploma in Engineering relevant to the post applied for.
  • SSC GD – A 10th Pass certificate from a recognized board.

Q.5. How should candidates prepare for Staff election Commission Exams?

Ans. Candidates will find all the relevant study material for SSC exams both online and offline or they can also download the Staff Selection Commission App for assistance.

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