Know Some Of The Exams conducted Under SSC CGL


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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organisation following the administrative control of the central government to take in charge of the recruitments in various government departments. It is tasked with the job of providing out recruitment for Group B and Group C non-gazetted posts (both technical as well as non-technical) for central government departments as well as much other autonomous organisation.

SSC exams are one of the highest recruitment drives carried out in India. Because of the enchantment of getting government jobs in the youth of the nation, every year, lakhs of competitors appeared in the examinations. The public examinations conducted by SSC are:

CGL (Combined Graduate Level):

The most common exam managed by SSC is the CGL exam or the Combined Graduate Level exam. Every year it is conducted for graduates to recruit in many non-technical posts of Group B and Group C in central government.

The jobs for which a large number of vacancies exists through Graduate Level are Assistant Grade, Sub-Inspectors in Central Police Organisations (CRPF, Assam Rifles, CISF,  BSF, ITBP and SSB), Auditors/ Inspectors of Income Tax/Central Excise and CBI, /Upper Division Clerks, Divisional Accountants etc.

CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level):

This is another common examination of SSC to recruit lower division clerks and data entry operators in different government departments. The minimum qualification needed is the candidate should have passed the 10+2 examination.

MTS (Multi-Tasking Staff):

This exam is to recruit junior staff in several central government departments as well as organisations. The essential qualification required is the candidate should have passed the Matriculation examination or equivalent from an identified board.

Junior Engineer Examination:

SSC recruits in technical organisations of Group B through this examination. The recruitment is done for engineers in the Central Water Commission, Central Public Works Department, Department of Posts, Military Engineering Services etc.

Stenographer (Grade C and Grade D):

This recruitment is conducted out by SSC for recruiting stenographers in various central government offices as well as individual subordinate offices. The minimum qualification required is the applicant should have passed the 10+2 examination with stenography skills.

SI in Delhi Police, CAPF and ASI in CISF: SSC conducts this examination to choose personnel for various police organisations of the country such as Central Armed Police Force, Delhi Police, Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Border Security Force (BSF), ITBP etc.


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