List of SSC Exams | Staff Selection Commission Exams 2018-19
SSC examinations are conducted across India every year for the recruitment of numerous posts for Indian Government establishments. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is responsible for the entire procedure of recruitment including examinations, personal interviews etc.
The SSC process the recruitments at non-technical (group C), non-gazette posts in Ministries/departments (group D, subordinate offices of Government of India, CAG and the accountant general offices.
List of SSC Exams in India
- SSC-CGLE (Combined Graduate Level Examination)
- SSC-JE (Junior Engineer CPWD examination)
- CPO(SI) Examination (Central Police Organization (SI) Examination)
- SSC CHSL Examination (Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination)
- JT Examination (Junior Translator CSOL Examination)
Eligibility for SSC Exams
- Graduate Level Examination- The eligibility for this examination is graduation or equivalent in any other discipline.
- Combined Matric Level Examination- The eligibility for this examination is matriculation.
- Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination- The eligibility for this examination is 12th class or equivalent in any other discipline.
- The age limit depends on different posts for appearing in SSC examination. Candidates can get complete information about it from the employment new/Rozgar samachar. However, the general age limit for appearing SSC examination is 18 to 27 years (relaxation in age is available for reserved candidates).
- The educational qualification depends on different posts that generally vary from 10th class to graduation level.
Application process for SSC Exams
The SSC Combined Graduate Preliminary Examination notifications reveled on yearly basis in the month of October in employment new or in some of the other newspapers of India. The interested candidates can apply through typewritten format as per the proforma printed in the newspaper and then it has to be submitted by registered post/speed post/UPC only.
The candidates who have qualified in the preliminary examination, they have to appear in the main examination afterwards. The qualified candidates of main examination will be have to appear for an interview OR physical efficiency test.
The qualified candidates of Matric Level Main Examination have to clear a skill test of stenography. There are some examinations which held separate and no preliminary examination is needed such as Section Officers, Investigation etc.