SSC CHSL (10+2) Eligibility
The notification of SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam for recruitment of eligible candidates for several posts across government sector has been released by SSC. All the candidates who were waiting for the recruitment can fill the online application form to appear for the exam. However, before applying for exam, the candidates must go through the eligibility criteria asked by the commission. We are here with all the relevant information regarding SSC CHSL (10+2) Eligibility to help the candidates apply for the exam after getting aware of the complete process in detail.
According to the SSC CHSL (10+2) Eligibility, the 10+2 or its equivalent exam must have been passed by the candidate from an acknowledged board. The age of the candidate must also be between the specified age limit in the notification and he/she must be an Indian citizen.
SSC CHSL (10+2) Eligibility Highlights:
The age of the candidate applying for SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam must be between 18-27 years.
The candidates born after 1st January 1999 or before 2nd January 1990 are not eligible to appear for the exam.
- 10+2 exam or its equivalent exam from an acknowledged boardmust have been passed by the candidates who are willing to apply for SSC CHSL Exam.
- The degree that is obtained through Distance Education mode/ open universities must be renowned by the Distance Education Council, IGNOU.
- These degrees will not be accepted under the educational qualification unless they have not been recognized for the period for which the relevant qualification has been acquired by the candidates.
- For the SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam, those appearing candidate are also eligible who are going to get the certificate of educational qualification from their respective University/Board.
- The relevant certificates such as Provisional Certificate, Mark Sheets etc. are required to be produced by the candidates who are eligible to appear for the Skill Test/ Typing Test.
- The commission cancels the candidature of the candidates who are unable to provide the original documents.
- If the degree from Distance Education Mode/open universities has been obtained by the candidate, it must be acknowledged by the Distance Education Council, IGNOU.
The candidates willing to apply for SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam must be either:
- An Indian citizen
- Subject of Bhutan
- Subject of Nepal
- A descendant of Tibetan refugee who came before 1st January 1962 to India for the purpose of setting down in India permanently
- A person migrated from Sri Lanka, Uganda, Pakistan, Kenya’s East African countries, Burma, Malawi, Ethiopia, Zambia and Vietnam who is of Indian origin and came with the intention of setting down in India permanently.
So start preparing for SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam now. There is a tuff competition for the exam as lakhs of candidates take part in it. So ensure to get success with sound preparation for the exam. Go through the eligibility criteria for the exam carefully and if you are eligible to appear for the exam, fill the online application before the due date. Good Luck!