SSC CHSL Exam 2018 DV Admit Card: The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has caused a great deal of discomfort across the entire nation. But we all had to live with it and to defeat it at any cost.

Earlier, SSC CHSL exam date was issued for different recruitment posts that had to be postponed.

At that time, SSC CHSL confirmed that the commission will notify the news SSC CHSL exam dates to all the eligible aspirants who had applied for the recruitment of different posts.

But now, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued a new notice on June 1, 2020 to conduct examination for the recruitment of all the postponed exams.


SSC CHSL Exam Date Notice June 1: New Recruitment Exam Dates of SSC CHSL, CAPF, JE Released


As per the new SSC CHSL exam dates, the combined examination of SSC CHSL Higher Secondary Exam Tier I will now take place from August 17, 2020 to August 21, 2020 and also from August 24 to August 27, 2020.

Not only that SSC has also declared the new exam dates for all other postponed exams for the recruitment of many other posts that are lying vacant for a while.

The action could not be taken so far to conduct the exam for the concerned posts due to the lockdown in the country caused by Covid-19 pandemic.

Considering this, SSC has now issued a new notice to fill all the posts of  Junior Engineer (contract basis, Mechanical, Electrical, Quality Surveying and Civil) exams that were supposed to be held earlier.

The paper-I 2019 exam for all the above concerned posts will now be conducted from September 1, 2020 to September 4, 2020. Well, the new notice from SSC CHSL seems to be inspiring for all who had to wait for so long to sit for the exams.

And now, the wait is over and the candidates who were preparing for the recruitment of other posts like Stenographer Grade C, Hindi translator and CAPF can also go ahead and write their exams after finding their concerned dates for the same.

The new notice of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) states that the Commission has itself reviewed the entire situation raised due to the coronavirus crisis and concluded that they can now announce the possible dates for all the postponed exams by now.

And so, the decision was taken to announce the SSC CHSL exam dates that were earlier postponed due to the pandemic.


SSC CHSL Notification


Each year, SSC notifies all the candidates about the concerned exam dates to fill in all the posts under different departments altogether. This year, the notification issued by the SSC CHSL for 2020 was released on December 3, 2019.


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In order to view all the tentative dates, candidates need to check the official website of SSC so that they can stay apprised of any of the future updates instantly.


SSC CHSL Exam 2019-2020 Update 


The SSC CHSL exam for the current year started from March 17, 2020. But the dates mentioned in the notification of SSC CHSL had to be cancelled in relation to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. And finally, the exam had to be postponed.


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Candidates can find below the detailed notice for SSC CHSL exam to be conducted afresh.

Candidates are now suggested to keep checking this govt job hiring page to find all the new updates pouring in from time to time.

They can find all the relevant details regarding SSC CHSL exam date, SSC CHSL Admit Card, SSC CHSL Salary, SSC CHSL 2020 notification PDF and more.



SSC CGL 2019 Exam Dates Announced


SSC CGL 2019 Exam Dates Announced: In its notice, SSC states that it also conducts the Combined Graduate Level Exam (SSC CGL 2019) Tier- I that will now be conducted without any sort of hindrance from October 14, 2020 to October 17, 2020 onward.

All aspirants who had earlier applied for any of the above exams need to check and clarify all the concerned dates for the upcoming SSC CGL 2019 exams.

Candidates need to make sure that this is the right exam for which they are about to sit and take actions accordingly. For more information, kindly visit SSC official website.



Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) – SSC CHSL, CGL GD Constable Exam


Q.1. what are the different SSC CHSL Posts for which the SSC CHSL exam is conducted?

Please note that SSC CHSL conducts a combined examination for the recruitment of hundreds of posts in various departments such as Postal Assistant (PA), Data Entry Operator (DEO), Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC), Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA) and various other posts in different departments.


Q2. For how many SSC CHSL Exam 2018 vacancies usually the CHSL exam is conducted?

It’s not fixed. In other words, the total number of posts to fill all the concerned vacancies for the prestigious SSC CHSL exam tends to vary each year.

In other words, the total numbers of vacancies are not the same each time when SSC CHSL conducts an exam to fill the posts.

For your reference, SSC CHSL Exam 2018 Vacancy Details for 2019 counts up to 4893 vacancies.

However, in the year 2018, the total number of vacancies in the SSC CHSL exam conducted was 5,790.


Q.3. what is the age relaxation in SSC CHSL Exam 2018 eligibility criteria for SC/ST candidates?

By looking at the eligibility criteria given by the SSC CHSL or SSC CGL exams to recruit for various posts states that five years of relaxation will be given to all the SC/ST candidates.

This clearly means that all those candidates who fall between the age group of 18-32 years will be able to appear for the SSC CHSL exam this year.


Q.4. what is the application fee for SSC CHSL Exam 2018?

The application fee for all the general candidates is Rs 100. This is for all those who have to apply against all the vacant posts for the exam conducted by SSC CHSL.

On the other hand, all the women candidates along with those with other reserved categories have been exempted from paying this fee. It means that they do not have to pay anything to sit for the exam.


Q 5. How many tiers are there to qualify the SSC CHSL Exam 2018?

To be taken together, there are a total of as many as three tiers for SSC CHSL exam. They are termed as Tier I, Tier II and Tier III.

In order to clear the exam for the recruitment of the concerned post, a candidate needs to clear all the three tiers of exam.




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