SSC CHSL 2022 Vacancy Out: Post & Category-wise 4500+ Vacancies List

Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam 2023 ( SSC CHSL )

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Exam On: 9 Mar '23 - 21 Mar '23

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Updated on Dec 6, 2022 19:47 IST

SSC CHSL 2022 vacancy has been announced by the Staff Selection Commission on the official website, i.e., ssc.nic.in, with the release of a notification pdf. The SSC CHSL 2022 notification has been released on December 6, 2022. The commission announced approx 4500 vacancies. SSC CHSL 2022 vacancies are the most important component of the exam for two reasons. Firstly, the number of vacancies determines the number of candidates who need to be selected for the Tier-II exam and, consequently, the SSC CHSL cutoff to get these many candidates for the next level. The SSC CHSL 2022 exam for Tier-1 will be conducted in March 2023.

The vacancies are a motivational factor for the candidates because they impact the whole exam process. A higher number of vacancies implies a lower cutoff, consequently, a higher number of candidates will be selected in the result at each stage. The candidates can see here the details about the SSC CHSL Posts and Salary.

How to Check SSC CHSL Vacancies 2022? 

Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to check the vacancies for Staff Selection Commission-Combined Higher Secondary Level (SSC CHSL) exam:

  • Visit the official website of SSC (ssc.nic.in)
  • Under the Candidate's Corner tab, click on the Tentative Vacancy link
  • Click on the CHSL tab
  • Click on the link available for SSC CHSL vacancies
  • Check and download the SSC CHSL vacancies PDF

SSC CHSL 2023 Dates

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of SSC CHSL 2023 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

9 Mar '23 -

21 Mar '23

SSC CHSL 2022-23 Exam Date

9 May '23

SSC CHSL 2023-24 Notification

9 May '23 -

8 Jun '23

SSC CHSL 2023-24 Application Dates

Jul '23 - Aug '23

SSC CHSL 2023-24 Exam Date

TENTATIVE
DatesPast Exam Dates

9 Jan '23 -

10 Jan '23

SSC CHSL 2022-23 Application Correction Dates

6 Jan '23

SSC CHSL 2022-23 Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank)

5 Jan '23

SSC CHSL 2022-23 Last date for online fee payment

SSC CHSL Vacancies 2022

The Commission is yet to release the SSC CHSL Vacancies 2022 with the release of the notification PDF.

SSC CHSL Vacancies Previous Years

The candidates can see below the number of vacancies as released by the Commission in its official notice. The candidates can see below the year-wise SSC CHSL vacancies as released by the Commission.

SSC CHSL Vacancies 2021-22

SSC_CHSL_Vacancies_2022

SSC CHSL vacancies 2021-22 released were 6,072 which is around 1.5 times of previous notification. The Commission released the post-wise vacancies separately under the candidate's corner. SSC CHSL 2021 exam (Tier-1) was conducted across the nation from May 24 to June 10, 2022 and for Tier-2 was conducted on September 18, 2022.  Commission released the number of vacancies with the SSC CHSL result 2022 as done for the SSC CGL exam. The candidates should calculate their marks from the SSC CHSL answer key released on June 22 because not much variation is seen in the tentative and final answer key. SSC CHSL final answer key was released on August 11.The Commission released the SSC CHSL scorecard on August 11, 2022. The candidate's marks will be calculated from the final answer key and it will be released after the declaration of result

Download here Post-wise SSC CHSL Vacancies 2021-22 PDF

SSC CHSL Vacancies 2020

SSC CHSL vacancies were released in tentative numbers and they will be revised later (before the result). In the previous notification, the number of tentative vacancies is 4,726.  Out of this, 1,538 vacancies have been released for Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)/Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), 3,181 vacancies have been released for Postal Assistant (PA)/ Sorting Assistant (SA) and seven vacancies have been released for Data Entry Operator (DEO).

Post-Wise SSC CHSL Vacancies 2020

SSC CHSL vacancies 2020-21 out

Department Name

SSC CHSL Posts

Total

Bureau of Police Research & Development

LDC/JSA

6

Canteen Stores Department (Ministry of Defence)

LDC/JSA

70

Central Administrative Tribunal

LDC/JSA

22

Central Bureau of Investigation

LDC/JSA

47

Central Passport Office  (Ministry of External Affairs)

LDC/JSA

17

Controller General of Accounts

LDC/JSA

107

Controller General of Defence Accounts

LDC/JSA

58

Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal

LDC/JSA

11

Department of Fisheries (Ministry of  Fisheries, Animal

Husbandry and Dairying )

LDC/JSA

6

Department of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare

(M/O Agriculture and Farmers Welfare)

LDC/JSA

21

Department of Commerce (Ministry of Commerce & Industry)

LDC/JSA

6

Department of Electronics and Information Technology

LDC/JSA

7

Department of Forensic Science Services (M/o Home Affairs)

LDC/JSA

7

Department of Science & Technology

LDC/JSA

10

Farrakka Barrage Project (Department of Water Resources, River

Development & Ganga Rejuvenation (Minstry of Jal Shakti)

LDC/JSA

2

Directorate General of Aeronoutical Quality Assurance (M/O Defence)

LDC/JSA

14

Directorate Geneal of Health Servies (M/O Health and Family Welfare)

LDC/JSA

23

Election Commission of India

LDC/JSA

8

Enforcement Directorate (Department of Revenue)

LDC/JSA

2

IHQ MOD (Navy)/DTE of Civilian Manpower Planning and

Recruitment Integrated Headquarters (DCMPR)

LDC/JSA

231

Intelligence Bureau

LDC/JSA

79

Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration

(LBSNAA), Department of Personnel & Training

LDC/JSA

5

Ministry of Civil Aviation

LDC/JSA

11

Ministry of Communications  (Department of Communication) Office of CGCA

LDC/JSA

182

Ministry of Communications  (Department of Posts)-(PA-Admn)

LDC/JSA

268

Ministry of Culture

LDC/JSA

3

Ministry of Defence (Office of The JS & CAO) AFHQ

LDC/JSA

89

Ministry of External Affairs

LDC/JSA

17

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

LDC/JSA

37

Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

LDC/JSA

15

Ministry of Jal Shakti (Department of Water Resources, River

Development & Ganga Rejuvenation)

LDC/JSA

3

Ministry of Labour & Employment

LDC/JSA

44

Ministry of Power

LDC/JSA

3

Ministry of Textiles

LDC/JSA

5

National Informatics Centre

LDC/JSA

14

National Investigation Agency

LDC/JSA

7

National Technical Research Organisation

LDC/JSA

38

Office of Development Commissioner, Ministry of Micro, Small

& Medium Enterprise(MSME)

LDC/JSA

12

Registrar General of India

LDC/JSA

21

Tatrakshak Mukhyalaya[Indian Coast Guard)

LDC/JSA

10

Ministry of Communications  & IT(Department of Posts)-SPN

PA/SA

3,181

Controller General of Accounts

DEO 2400

4

DTE General Defence Estates (Ministry of Defence)

DEO 2800

3

Total

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4,726

Check complete SSC CHSL vacancies 2020

Post-Wise SSC CHSL Vacancies 2019

In 2019, a total of 4,893 vacancies were released by the Commission. Out of this, 1,269 SSC CHSL vacancies were released for LDC/JSA, 3,598 vacancies were released for PA/SA and 26 vacancies were released for DEO.
SSC CHSL vacancies

Check post-wise SSC CHSL 2019 vacancies along with the number of departments released by the Staff Selection Commission below:

SSC CHSL Posts

Tentative SSC CHSL Vacancies 2019

SSC CHSL Departments

LDC/JSA

1,269

24

PA/SA

3,598

1

DEO

26

1

Total

4,893

26

It may be noted that apart from the total vacancies mentioned above, the Staff Selection Commission has also released additional 436 SSC CHSL vacancies for Ex-Servicemen (ESM), 56 vacancies for Orthopedically Handicapped (OH), 59 vacancies for Hearing Handicapped (HH), 51 vacancies for Visually Handicapped (VH) and 27 vacancies for other Persons with Disability (PwD).

Categories

Tentative SSC CHSL Vacancies 2020

ESM

436

OH

56

HH

59

VH

51

Other PwD

27

Total

629

Department- & Category-Wise SSC CHSL Vacancies 2019

Check department- and category-wise tentative SSC CHSL 2019 vacancies for LDC/JSA post below: 

Department Name

Category-Wise Vacancies

Total Vacancies

Archaeological Survey of India (Ministry of Culture)

UR: 32

SC: 11

ST: 5

OBC: 20

EWS: 7

75

Central Bureau of Narcotics

UR: 0

SC: 2

ST: 0

OBC: 4

EWS: 6

12

Central Passport Office (Ministry of External Affairs)

UR: 7

SC: 1

ST: 0

OBC: 2

EWS: 1

11

Controller General of Defence Accounts

UR: 298

SC: 66

ST: 47

OBC: 140

EWS: 23

574

Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal

UR: 1

SC: 1

ST: 0

OBC: 0

EWS: 0

2

Department of Fisheries (Ministry of  Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying)

UR: 2

SC: 0

ST: 1

OBC: 1

EWS: 0

4

Department of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare (M/O Agriculture and Farmers Welfare)

UR: 8

SC: 2

ST: 0

OBC: 7

EWS: 0

17

Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (M/O Commerce & Industry)

UR: 0

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 0

EWS: 1

1

Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation (Minstry of Jal Shakti)

UR: 18

SC: 5

ST: 0

OBC: 5

EWS: 3

31

Directorate Geneal of Health Servies (M/O Health and Family Welfare)

UR: 16

SC: 6

ST: 3

OBC: 10

EWS: 4

39

Election Commission of India

UR: 0

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 1

EWS: 0

1

Enforcement Dirertorate (Department of Revenue)

UR: 0

SC: 0

ST: 1

OBC: 0

EWS: 0

1

India Meteorological Department (Office of the Director General of Meterology)

UR: 6

SC: 5

ST: 0

OBC: 15

EWS: 8

34

Intelligence Bureau

UR: 15

SC: 2

ST: 1

OBC: 7

EWS: 3

28

Ministry of Culture

UR: 3

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 2

EWS: 0

5

Ministry of Communications (Department of Posts)-(PA-Admn)

UR: 38

SC: 10

ST: 2

OBC: 11

EWS: 6

67

Ministry of Defence (Office of The JS & CAO) AFHQ

UR: 96

SC: 13

ST: 2

OBC: 104

EWS: 24

239

Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change

UR: 4

SC: 1

ST: 1

OBC: 1

EWS: 1

8

Ministry of External Affairs

UR: 17

SC: 6

ST: 3

OBC: 11

EWS: 4

41

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

UR: 1

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 0

EWS: 0

1

Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

UR: 31

SC: 10

ST: 2

OBC: 8

EWS: 17

68

Ministry of Labour & Employment

UR: 4

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 1

EWS: 0

5

Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs

UR: 3

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 1

EWS: 0

4

Vice-President's Secretariat

UR: 1

SC: 0

ST: 0

OBC: 0

EWS: 0

1

Total vacancies

UR: 601

SC: 141

ST: 68

OBC: 351

EWS: 108

1,269

Check department- and category-wise tentative SSC CHSL 2019 vacancies for PA/SA post below: 

Department Name

Catrgory-Wise Vacancies

Total Vacancies

Ministry of Communications  (Department of Posts)-SPN

UR: 1,739

SC: 487

ST: 314

OBC: 658

EWS: 400

3,598

Check department- and category-wise tentative SSC CHSL 2019 vacancies for DEO post below: 

Department Name

Catrgory-Wise Vacancies

Total Vacancies

Ministry of Communications  (Department of Posts)-SPN

UR: 14

SC: 2

ST: 4

OBC: 5

EWS: 1

26

Check complete department-, category- and post-wise SSC CHSL vacancies 2019 in PDF format.

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SSC CHSL Vacancies 2022 FAQs

Q: When will SSC CHSL vacancies 2022 be released?

A: The Commission will announce the SSC CHSL 2022 vacancy on the official website i.e. www.ssc.nic.in with the release of a notification pdf. The candidates can download here the SSC CHSL Vacacnies pdf to know the post-wise and category-wise vacacncies.

Q: Who releases SSC CHSL vacancies?

A: The Staff Selection Commission releases SSC CHSL vacancies.

Q: Where can I check SSC CHSL vacancies?

A: You can check SSC CHSL vacancies of the present as well of the previous years here. We are providing the details of SSC CHSL vacancies of previous years.

Q: What details are given in the SSC CHSL vacancy PDF?

A: SSC CHSL vacancy PDF contains details such as the name of exam, date on which the PDF is released, number of vacancies (category-, post- and department-wise) and grade pay.

Q: Are the number of vacancies released for all posts the same?

A: No, the number of SSC CHSL vacancies varies as per different posts.

Q: Usually how many vacancies are released for unreserved or General category candidates?

A: Usually over 2,000 SSC CHSL vacancies (for all the posts taken together) are released for candidates belonging to the unreserved category. 

Q: How many total SSC CHSL vacancies were released for the 2020 exam?

A: Total of 4,726 vacancies were released for SSC CHSL 2020 exam.

Q: How many SSC CHSL vacancies were released for the LDC/JSA post?

A: For SSC CHSL 2020 exam, total of 1,538 vacancies have been released for LDC/JSA post.

Q: How many SSC CHSL 2020 vacancies were released for PA/SA post ?

A: In 2020, a total of 3,181 vacancies were released for PA/SA posts.

Q: How many SSC CHSL vacancies were released for DEO post?

A: Total of seven vacancies were released for SSC CHSL DEO post.

Q: Are the number of vacancies for unreserved and reserved categories same?

A: No, the number of SSC CHSL vacancies varies as per different unreserved and reserved (SC/ST/OBC/PH/EWS) categories. 

Q: For which category are the maximum number of SSC CHSL vacancies released?

A: Maximum SSC CHSL vacancies are released usually for unreserved category.  

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Shivam Sagar

Contributor-Level 7

2 weeks ago

It's possible to prepare for the AAI ATC (Airports Authority of India Air Traffic Control) and RBI Grade B Phase 1 exams using the same guide for RBI Grade B, but it's important to keep in mind that the content and format of these exams may be different. The RBI Grade B exam is for recruitment to...It's possible to prepare for the AAI ATC (Airports Authority of India Air Traffic Control) and RBI Grade B Phase 1 exams using the same guide for RBI Grade B, but it's important to keep in mind that the content and format of these exams may be different. The RBI Grade B exam is for recruitment to the Reserve Bank of India, and it typically consists of three phases: Phase 1, Phase 2, and an Interview. The Phase 1 exam typically covers topics such as general awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English language. The AAI ATC exam is for recruitment to the Airports Authority of India, and it typically covers topics such as general awareness, Quantitative Aptitude reasoning, and English language. The pattern of the AAI ATC exam may be different than that of the RBI Grade B Phase 1. While some of the topics covered in the two exams may be similar, the level of difficulty and the format of the questions may be different. Additionally, the AAI ATC exam will have some questions related to air traffic control and aviation subjects which are not covered in RBI Grade B exam. It's worth noting that the RBI Grade B Phase 2 exam will have different subjects than Phase 1, so you will need to prepare for those separately. So it's better to check the syllabus, pattern of the exam and the type of questions from the official website of the respective exam.

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Where can I find the SSC CHSL recruitment book?

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Aniket Mandal

Beginner-Level 5

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You can easily find the books on any online store.

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What is the fee for SSC CHSL exam for girls?

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Dhiraj Munpria

Beginner-Level 4

a month ago

There is no fee for girls for taking SSC CHSL exam.

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How do I prepare the general awareness section of the SSC CHSL?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

The General Awareness section is one of the most important and challenging sections of the SSC CHSL. The syllabus of this section is so vast that it makes it difficult to score good marks from the total of 50 marks allotted to this section. Some expert tips can help you prepare the GA section for...The General Awareness section is one of the most important and challenging sections of the SSC CHSL. The syllabus of this section is so vast that it makes it difficult to score good marks from the total of 50 marks allotted to this section. Some expert tips can help you prepare the GA section for CHSL:
1. Regularly read a national newspaper to stay updated on all important national and international events.
2. Select one good book that covers the GK subjects, such as history, geography, economics, etc. , thoroughly.
3. Instead of running after multiple GK booklets, pick one good booklet and revise it multiple times.
4. Use reliable reference materials like the Manorama Yearbook and Lucent's General Knowledge book to prepare for factual GK.
5. Solve previous year's GK questions to learn about important themes. Best Wishes.

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What is the SSC CHSL skill test?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

The SSC CHSL skill test is conducted as the third stage of the CHSL exam for the post of Data Entry Operator (DEO). This is also known as the "Tier 3" stage after objective tier 1 and written tier 2. In this skill test, the selected candidates' data entry speed is tested. The cr...The SSC CHSL skill test is conducted as the third stage of the CHSL exam for the post of Data Entry Operator (DEO). This is also known as the "Tier 3" stage after objective tier 1 and written tier 2. In this skill test, the selected candidates' data entry speed is tested. The criteria are to have a data entry speed of 2,000 key depressions in 15 minutes for DEO and 3,700 key depressions for DEO Grade A. Tips to clear this test are:
1. Master the basic computer typing skills
2. Improve your typing speed by regularly practicing for one hour a day.
3. Practice on a computer, as you will be given one for the skill test.
4. Make sure you are doing the correct entry of words with speed to pass the skill test.

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Do we get a home posting in the SSC CHSL?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

There are some chances that you might get a home posting in the SSC CHSL. However, getting a home posting is not in your hands but depends on SSC. The posting of selected candidates is determined by ranks and the availability of vacancies in a particular place. You can get the home posting under ...There are some chances that you might get a home posting in the SSC CHSL. However, getting a home posting is not in your hands but depends on SSC. The posting of selected candidates is determined by ranks and the availability of vacancies in a particular place. You can get the home posting under certain conditions, such as:
1. Your rank makes you eligible for a post in your home state and town, such as DEO in Delhi.
2. There is a vacancy in your home city for the post for which you are selected.
3. After posting, you have a valid reason, such as parent health, to get permission to request a transfer to your hometown. In such cases, the department may permit the transfer.
4. There is scope for mutual transfers in your department. For example, you get posted in Delhi but want to transfer to Lucknow. If someone from the Lucknow department wants to work in Delhi, you can request a mutual transfer. However, it will ultimately be decided by the department alone, and you have to serve wherever you get posted as per rules.

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How can I prepare for the SSC CHSL?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

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1. Understand the syllabus and exam pattern for SSC CHSL.
2. There are three tiers of exams, of which Tier 1 is an objective computer-based test consisting of four sections.
3. Prepare each section properly, as each has a 25% share of the total 200 marks.
4. Quantitative Aptitude and general intelligence are the easiest to score once you have a strong foundation in these subjects.
5. To prepare for these sections, you need to study the basic concepts and practice as much as you can to improve accuracy.
6. To prepare English you can use any good English book to learn Idioms and Phrases, Antonyms and Synonyms &, Active & Passive Voice, etc.
7. General Knowledge syllabus is vast therefore simply read any good GK book such as Arihant, lucent, etc.
8. Focus on current events and people in the news for the GK section. You can read more about the strategy on this Shiksha page: https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ssc-chsl-exam-preparation.

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Is a Diploma holder eligible for the SSC CHSL?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

A Diploma holder is eligible to apply for the SSC CHSL according to the educational eligibility requirements. The condition is that the Diploma must be equivalent to a 12th grade Certificate. A candidate must have finished the 12th grade in order to be eligible to apply for the SSC Combined Highe...A Diploma holder is eligible to apply for the SSC CHSL according to the educational eligibility requirements. The condition is that the Diploma must be equivalent to a 12th grade Certificate. A candidate must have finished the 12th grade in order to be eligible to apply for the SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam. In addition, the candidate must be between the ages of 18 and 27. This exam is conducted for select Group D employees in the government. On this page, https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ssc-chsl-exam-notification, you can check the detailed eligibility requirements in the CHSL notification.

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The eligibility criteria of SSC CHSL is given below. SSC CHSL Eligibility: Those candidates writing the SSC CHSL Exam this year must thoroughly understand the eligibility criteria. The SSC CHSL Eligibility criteria are as follows:1. Nationality: Candidates must be nationals of India, Nepal, Bhuta...The eligibility criteria of SSC CHSL is given below. SSC CHSL Eligibility: Those candidates writing the SSC CHSL Exam this year must thoroughly understand the eligibility criteria. The SSC CHSL Eligibility criteria are as follows:
1. Nationality: Candidates must be nationals of India, Nepal, Bhutan
2. Age Limit: Candidates must be between the age group of 18 years to 27 years.
3. Qualifications: Candidates must be 12th pass or equivalent from a recognised board of a university. SO Diploma holders are not eligible for SSC CHSL.

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How many levels are in SSC MTS?

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Varshika Srivastava

Contributor-Level 7

2 months ago

There are basically two levels or stages in SSC MS exam.

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Sahdev Singh

Beginner-Level 5

2 months ago

SSC MS exam is conducted by Staff Selection Commission This exam consists of 2 stages and then Document VerificationStage I or Tier I is conducted in Online Mode through Computer Based Test The entire paper is of total 100 marks and 100 questions and needs to be completed in a time span of 90 min...SSC MS exam is conducted by Staff Selection Commission This exam consists of 2 stages and then Document Verification
Stage I or Tier I is conducted in Online Mode through Computer Based Test
The entire paper is of total 100 marks and 100 questions and needs to be completed in a time span of 90 minutes
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Numerical Aptitude 25
General English 25
General Awareness 25
Total 100
Paper I will be objective type, Multiple Choice Questions
The questions will be set both in English and Hindi
There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
The timing for Visually handicapped cerebral palsy candidates is 120
Paper 2 will be a descriptive test in which the candidate has to write a short essay or letter in English or any other language mentioned under the 8th Schedule of the Constitution It is of 50 marks
Paper II will be descriptive in nature
Timing for Visually handicapped cerebral palsy candidates is 60 Minutes
This exam is qualifying in nature
It is intended to test the elementary language skills of the candidates to be suitable for the post
Successful candidates are called for Documentation and then given Offer of Appointment.

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Is the typing test compulsory in SSC CHSL?

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Sahdev Singh

Beginner-Level 5

2 months ago

SSC CHSL exam is conducted by staff Selection commission for appointment of candidates to the post of clerk in various departments and ministries under the central government. Hence, it is compulsory to pass the typing test in SSC CHSL exam with a minimum speed of 35 wpm. The time allotted for ty...SSC CHSL exam is conducted by staff Selection commission for appointment of candidates to the post of clerk in various departments and ministries under the central government. Hence, it is compulsory to pass the typing test in SSC CHSL exam with a minimum speed of 35 wpm. The time allotted for typing test is 10 minutes and around 1750 characters are to be typed in order to pass the typing test.
The typing test of SSC CHSL exam is qualifying in nature with maximum of 7% mistakes are allowed for unreserved category.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

Yes, the typing test is compulsory in SSC CHSL but only for certain posts. 1. The typing test is conducted in Tier III for the posts of lower division clerk, postal assistant, junior secretariat assistant, and sorting assistant. 2. There is a typing test in both English and Hindi for these pos...Yes, the typing test is compulsory in SSC CHSL but only for certain posts.
1. The typing test is conducted in Tier III for the posts of lower division clerk, postal assistant, junior secretariat assistant, and sorting assistant.
2. There is a typing test in both English and Hindi for these post applicants.
3. If you have not opted for any medium of test in your CHSL application, you will have to give your typing test in English by default.
4. The time limit for the typing test is 10 minutes in both mediums.
5. A minimum speed of 35 words per minute (for English medium) and 30 words per minute (for Hindi medium) is required to pass this test.

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