In India, a fair system has been developed by various state governments and Union Government for the recruitment and selection of the meritorious candidates out of thousands applying for each job. To fill the jobs in offices for selecting the potential candidates, agencies such as Staff Selection Commission (SSC) have been established by the central government.
For selection of Group B & C staff, the central staffing agency, SSC:
For the purpose of recruitment of candidates for several offices of central government situated athwart the country, under the Ministry of Personnel & Training, Govt. of India was established the Staff Selection Commission in 1976 for conducting the staffing exam and preparing the list of rank of Group B (non-technical and technical), Group C (non-technical) and non-gazettedapplicants. At present, recruitment exams are conducted by Staff Selection Commission for the vacant positions in several departments, ministries and directorates, the Central Vigilance Commission, Election Commission, offices of Auditor and Comptroller of India and Accountant General Offices. There are nine Regional offices countrywide of Staff Selection Commission and these are situated at Chennai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata and Guwahati and sub-regional offices at Chandigarh and Raipur.
Through the regional directorates that are located at different parts of the country, the largest recruiting agency by which its examinations are conducted in a routine manner is SSC. The head office of SSC is in New Delhiand nine regional offices are there elected to conduct the administration of the operations of the Commission. Tens of thousands of aspirants has been successfully selected to several Directorates, central Ministries and offices by the commission since its inception.
Departmental examinations are conducted by the Staff Selection Commission for:
- Group D promotion to LDC Grade
- UDC grade promotion to LDC
- Stenographers Grade D promotion to Stenographers Grade C by further holding Typewriting Tests in Hindi and English periodically.
Exam pattern of SSC for Tier 1, 2
For all the students are preparing for SSC Tier 1, 2, it is important to set a strategy for getting success in the exam. The following details on the exam pattern will be helpful for the students:
SSC Tier 1:
For all the posts, SSC CGL tier 1 is mandatory and in the furtherprocess as well, its marks are added. A candidate will be eligible for Tier 2 only after clearing the cutoff of Tier 1.
SSC Tier 2:
Papers in Tier 2 are conducted on the same day. The two papers are ofQuantitative Aptitude and English.
SSC Online Application:
For the pertinent recruitment, online application forms are accepted by SSC after declaration of notification. Through SSC’s official web link @ssc.nic.in, the candidates can apply online. Before applying, one must go through the age limit and education qualification. For the different examinations conducted by SSC, students can go to the official web link and apply for the same by properly filling the relevant forms.
Every year, lakhs of aspirants apply for this prestigious exam. Therefore, for qualifying the exam, serious preparation of at least 6 months is required. So start preparing now for the exam. Good luck!