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FAQ

Q.1 WHAT IS THE SCOPE OF SSC EXAM?

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts examination for various posts under different government departments over the entire country. ... The examinations are conducted from time to time throughout the year by the body in order to recruit candidates in various posts.Aug 11, 2016.

Q.2 WHICH JOBS COMES UNDER SSC?

What Are The Job Profiles Of All Posts Under SSC CGL Exam 2017? 
Assistant Audit Officer [Indian Audit and Accounts Dept. ... 
Inspector (Examiner) [CBEC] ... 
Inspector of Income Tax [CBDT] ... 
Inspector (Preventive Officer) [CBEC] ... 
Inspector (Central Excise) [CBEC] ... 
Assistant (Ministry of External Affairs) ... 
Assistant Enforcement Officer [Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue]

Q.3 WHAT IS SSC STENOGRAPHER?

SSC Stenographer is organized by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to recruit eligible candidates for the post of Grade C and D stenographer in central government organizations. SSC Stenographer 2018 is an online exam organized at 60 different locations across India.

Q.4 WHAT ARE THE POSTS FOR WHICH THE SSC CONDUCTS EXAMS AND WHAT ARE THE REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS?

Staff Selection Commission conducts combined (graduate level) examinations every year for various posts the qualification for which is graduation, and combined (matric level) examinations for posts requiring matriculation or high school. Those candidates who qualify in the prelims are required to appear for the Mains. Candidates qualifying in the Mains have to appear for an interview (as specified). Those qualifying in the matric level main exam are required to pass a skill test (typing or stenography). Some exams for posts such as the section officers, investigators etc. are held separately and no prelims are held for them.

Q.5 WHAT ARE THE AGE LIMITS AND AGE RELAXATIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS CONDUCTED BY SSC?

The age limits are different for different posts and are to be confirmed from the notice of exam published. Generally, the age limit is 18 to 27 years on the crucial date. The age concession in the upper age limit for SCs/STs is five years, for OBCs it is three years and for physically handicapped candidates it is ten years. For widows, divorced women and judicially separated women, the age limit is 35 years for UR category; 40 years for SC/ST women and 38 years for OBC women. The notice of the exam may be consulted regarding age relaxations for Ex-servicemen and departmental candidates.

Q.6 WHICH CATEGORY OF CANDIDATES IS EXEMPTED FROM EXAMINATION FEES FOR EXAMS?WHICH CATEGORY OF CANDIDATES IS EXEMPTED FROM EXAMINATION FEES FOR EXAMS?

 SC/ST, physically handicapped and Ex-servicemen candidates are exempted from payment of fees.

Q.7 WHAT TO DO WHEN ADMISSION CERTIFICATE FOR EXAM IS NOT RECEIVED?

If the candidates do not receive the admission certificate in time, they should access the notice Board of this website for information regarding issue of duplicate admission certificate.

Q.8 WHAT TO DO WHEN DATES OF INTERVIEW/PET CLASH WITH ANOTHER EXAM OR INTERVIEW?

No change is ordinarily permissible. However, if the interviews/PET are being held at the specified venue for more than one day, the request may be considered if made at least ten days in advance with supporting documents.

Q.9 WHAT TO DO WHEN A NAME AND ROLL NO. FIGURES IN THE RESULTS BUT THE CATEGORY SHOWN IS NOT CORRECT?

Such candidates are expected to inform the SSC immediately for re-determining their results in the actual category.

Q.10 HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO NOMINATE CANDIDATES AFTER DECLARATION OF THE FINAL RESULTS OF AN EXAMINATION?

It generally takes about 30-40 days to process the dossiers of successful candidates. Thereafter, the candidates are nominated to the respective departments/ministries to which they have been allocated. The concerned department/ministry issues the offer of appointment to the candidates within a few months, after completing the due formalities. Candidates can find out the address of the ministry/department to which they have been nominated from the notice board of this website.