SSC CHSL

The SSC CHSL Exam is one of the most admired competitive exams for class 12 passed students. This exam is conducted every year for the post of Lower division clerk (LDC), Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant (PA/SA) and Data Entry Officer (DEO).

Latest Updates and Notification

The Skill Test for the eligible candidates of CHSL 2019 has been announced

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Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2020-Declaration of revised result of Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II (Descriptive Paper)-reg.

The result of Tier-I of CHSLE, 2020 was declared by the Commission on 27.10.2021 wherein 45,429 candidates were shortlisted to appear in Tier-II examination. However, it has come to the notice of the Commission that there were few errors in Final Answer Keys of the examination held on 10.08.2021 (Shift-3) for 156 VH candidates. On corrections of these errors, the result of the said 156 candidates has been revised. The above revision has also caused very minor change in normalized marks of other candidates. Therefore, the result of Tier-I of CHSLE-2020 has been revised.

Based on the above revision, 51 additional candidates (List-1) have been shortlisted for appearing in Tier-II examination.

Revised marks of the qualified/ non-qualified candidates will be uploaded on the website of the Commission from 14-01-2022 to 31-01-2022.

Admission Certificates of the candidates will be uploaded on the websites of the respective Regional Offices.

The rest of the contents of the result write-up dated 27-10-2021 shall remain unchanged.

Please click the following link in order to download the e_admit card of CHSLE (T2) Exam 2020:

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Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2021: The Staff Selection Commission will hold a competitive examination for recruitment to the posts of Lower Divisional ClerkJunior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators for various Ministries/ Departments/ Offices of the Government of India and various Constitutional Bodies/ Statutory Bodies/ Tribunals, etc..The details of the examination are as under: 

 Dates for submission of online applications  01-02-2022 to 07-03-2022
 Last date and time for  receipt  of  online applications  07-03-2022 (23:00)
 Last date and time for making online fee payment  08-03-2022 (23:00)
 Last date and time for generation of offline Challan  09-03-2022 (23:00)
 Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank)  10-03-2022
 Dates of ‘Window for Application Form Correction’ and online payment of Correction Charges.  11-03-2022 to 15-03-2022 (23:00)
 Schedule of Computer Based Examination (Tier-I)  May, 2022
 Dates of Tier-II Examination (Descriptive Paper)  To be notified later

 

For further details visit the  Commission Website

SSC Examination – Status Report of Results as on 04-02-2022:

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Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2019 – Declaration of result of Skill Test (Typing Test) for short-listing candidates to appear in Document Verification.

Staff Selection Commission had declared the result of Tier-II of Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2019 on 30.09.2021, wherein a total of 28,508 candidates were shortlisted for appearing in Typing Test only, as no vacancies were available for the post of DEO.

Based on the cut-off fixed by the Commission in the Skill Test (Typing Test), a total of 13,088 (Thirteen Thousand and eighty eight only) candidates have qualified (provisionally) to appear in Document Verification. The details of category-wise cut-off fixed on percentage of error/ mistakes allowed in Typing Test and the candidates available are as under :

  Cut-off 
Percentage
Candidate’s Available
EWS 10 2454
SC 10 2147
ST 10 873
ESM 10 768
OH 10 181
HH 10 136
OBC 10 3961
VH 10 130
Other-PwD 10 53
UR 7 2385
TOTAL 13088*

*including 113 exempted candidates who had been counted under their respective categories above.

All qualified candidates are required to appear in the Document Verification.  The schedule for conduct of Document Verification will be available on the respective websites of the Regional Offices of the Commission shortly.  Shortlisted candidates may visit website of the respective Regional Offices of the Commission regularly, for further updates. 

The above said lists are purely provisional and subject to the candidates fulfilling all the eligibility conditions prescribed for the respective posts in the Notice of Examination and also subject to thorough verification of their identity with reference to their photographs, signatures, handwritings, etc., on the application forms, admission certificates, etc. 

Details of error percentage of the candidates in Typing Test will be uploaded on Commission website on 09.03.2022.   Candidates may log in by using their Registered ID and Password. This facility will be available from 09.03.2022 to 31.03.2022.

 

Staff Selection Commission – Important Notice The Commission has scheduled to conduct the following examinations in the months of April, May and June 2022 as per the given schedule:

S No Name of Examination Paper/ Stage Schedule of Examination
1. Combined Higher Secondary (10+2)

Level Examination, 2021

Tier-I 24.05.2022 to

10.06.2022

  1. The above schedule is subject to the prevailing conditions and Government guidelines issued from time to time regarding handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.
  2. The candidates are advised to visit the website of the Commission at regular intervals for further updates.

 

Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination, 2019 – Final Result:

Declaration of Final Result of Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2019.

Result of Skill Test of Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination, 2019 was declared by the Commission on 28.02.2022, wherein 13,088 candidates were qualified to appear in Document Verification. 

  1. As per the provisions under Para-17.9 of the Notice of Examination, final selection and allocation of Ministries/ Departments/ Offices to the candidates qualified in DV and Tier-III (Skill Test) have been made on the basis of performance of candidates in ‘ Tier-I+Tier-II’ examinations and the preference of Posts/ Departments given by them at the time of Document Verification.
  2. Category-wise breakup of finally selected candidates for the posts of Lower Division Clear (LDC)/Junior Secretariat Assistant(JSA)/Junior Passport Assistant(JPA) and Postal

Assistant (PA)/ Sorting Assistant (SA) is as follows: –

Category SC ST OBC EWS UR TOTAL ESM OH HH VH PwD-

Other

Vacancies 631 306 982 469 2296 4684 390 55 56 46 26
Candidates recommended 631 306 982 469 2296* 4684 390 55 56 46 13

*includes 37 SC, 15 ST, 505 OBC and 191 EWS candidates qualifying at UR standard.

 

ESM category: 05 SC, 04 ST, 109 OBC, 02 EWS and 270 UR candidates.

OH category: 08 SC, 20 OBC, 01 EWS and 26 UR candidates.

HH category: 02 SC, 22 OBC, 07 EWS and 25 UR candidates.

VH category: 06 SC, 16 OBC, 05 EWS and 19 UR candidates. PwD-Other: 03 SC, 09 OBC and 01 UR candidates

 

  1. As per Para-18 of the Notice of the Examination, in cases where more than one candidate secures the equal aggregates marks in ‘Tier-I + Tier-II’, tie has been resolved by applying the following methods one after another in the given order, as applicable, till the tie is resolved: –  
    1. Total marks of Tier-II Examination. 
    2. Date of birth, with older candidates placed higher.
    3. Alphabetical order in which names of the candidates appear.
  1. Category wise break-up of the candidates selected for the posts of LDC/ JSA/ JPA and PA/ SA along with the marks obtained by the last selected candidates are given below. In cases where candidates are selected against horizontal category vacancies (3ESM, 4-OH, 5-HH, 7-VH, 8-PwD-Other), total marks of such last selected candidates are reflected against their respective horizontal category, not against their vertical category (0EWS, 1-SC, 2-ST, 6-OBC, 9-UR).
Post Code Category Code Vacancy Allocated Details of Last Selected Candidate
Total

Marks

Tier-II

Marks

Date of Birth (DD-MM-YY)
L01 0 7 7 239.28740 58 04-04-95
L01 1 11 11 227.23528 60 30-07-96
L01 2 5 5 231.53881 60 07-05-96
L01 4 1 1 229.20296 65 06-09-94
L01 5 1 1 177.03682 57 29-05-97
L01 6 20 20 238.48710 74 27-01-97
L01 7 1 1 214.19164 62 20-07-88
L01 9 32 32 243.27365 69 09-11-94
L02 0 6 6 245.28178 62 11-03-00
L02 1 2 2 241.46061 52 15-07-00
L02 3 1 1 172.48572 63 22-07-84
L02 5 1 1 161.83246 72 14-09-95
L02 6 4 4 260.60622 74 05-02-96
L02 7 1 1 213.41436 56 05-08-96
L02 8 1 1 159.27176 60 20-04-93
L03 0 1 1 248.51824 65 16-12-98
L03 1 1 1*
L03 3 1 1 202.97512 61 13-08-75
L03 6 2 2 256.96047 66 27-08-99
L03 8 1 1 168.14797 60 02-08-94
L03 9 7 7 259.37462 77 29-10-94
L04 0 23 23 240.64038 64 27-01-96
L04 1 66 66 226.42996 64 11-01-91
L04 2 47 47 217.81763 51 03-01-96
L04 3 39 39 171.24351 59 20-04-82
L04 4 9 9 217.27290 55 11-01-98
L04 5 4 4 170.60626 65 11-08-95
L04 6 140 140 238.95519 58 15-01-96
L04 7 2 2 223.32299 55 15-02-87
L04 9 298 298 243.85849 80 28-01-00
L05 1 1 1 249.16352 52 23-06-92
L05 9 1 1 268.09309 60 01-06-00
L06 2 1 1 236.33434 56 20-08-99
L06 6 1 1*
L06 8 1 1 149.55955 56 15-02-94
L06 9 2 2 245.40010 63 27-02-96
L07 1 2 2 234.36291 75 15-06-89
L07 4 1 1 219.09778 56 08-12-95
L07 5 1 1 162.57335 65 12-09-96
L07 6 7 7 239.94654 70 21-07-96
L07 7 1 1 212.63932 42 27-12-99
L07 9 8 8 243.91331 55 15-11-97
L08 0 1 1 247.45649 75 06-09-95

 

L09 0 3 3 239.11680 67 03-02-97
L09 1 5 5 225.95004 58 30-07-96
L09 3 3 3 170.04439 58 25-11-78
L09 5 1 1 170.87186 62 13-12-00
L09 6 5 5 240.25758 60 01-01-99
L09 7 1 1 212.95562 57 08-10-96
L09 9 18 18 243.79858 52 18-01-00
L10 0 4 4 244.11987 73 14-08-98
L10 1 6 6 228.41227 52 20-01-90
L10 2 3 3 225.93780 51 08-04-94
L10 3 1 1 201.88544 71 07-04-78
L10 4 2 2 218.54978 65 01-04-01
L10 5 1 1 162.57335 65 30-03-92
L10 6 11 11 240.73249 64 05-08-00
L10 7 1 1 227.54153 58 28-11-00
L10 9 17 17 251.41926 50 25-06-00
L11 3 1 1 186.99254 69 15-07-83
L11 6 1 1*
L12 2 1 1*
L12 3 1 1 147.33540 52 13-07-94
L13 0 8 8 237.66571 70 02-06-00
L13 1 5 5 227.20247 76 15-09-92
L13 3 4 4 170.46973 57 01-05-82
L13 4 1 1 215.46840 58 29-11-95
L13 5 1 1 185.55092 54 12-12-95
L13 6 15 15 238.26965 70 28-08-97
L13 9 6 6 253.33602 58 10-10-99
L14 0 3 3 244.16641 66 07-04-96
L14 1 2 2 244.71809 78 02-08-95
L14 2 1 1 246.89713 49 02-01-98
L14 3 3 3 195.00776 60 25-04-86
L14 4 1 1 230.99602 60 25-01-93
L14 6 7 7 251.75090 69 28-03-99
L14 9 15 15 257.05351 65 07-09-99
L15 0 2 2 254.55142 65 24-10-98
L15 1 1 1 244.73633 67 07-02-93
L15 9 1 1 273.41534 61 18-03-00
L16 6 2 2 246.40010 64 10-08-96
L16 9 3 3 254.25563 69 18-12-99
L17 0 6 6 241.52094 54 04-06-99
L17 1 9 9 230.60669 59 13-11-95
L17 2 1 1 245.49739 53 14-01-98
L17 3 2 2 186.44127 58 01-08-84
L17 4 1 1 236.53951 58 25-12-96
L17 6 12 12 244.19388 66 29-03-98
L17 7 1 1 236.07539 66 15-02-99
L17 9 39 39 246.50751 60 09-11-99
L18 0 24 24 246.84938 63 08-10-94
L18 1 13 13 244.63651 62 18-10-01
L18 2 2 2 250.47806 60 01-08-94
L18 3 24 24 173.62744 54 10-06-84
L18 4 2 2 234.99353 64 14-07-86
L18 5 6 6 160.57451 54 12-07-87
L18 6 104 104 244.75090 62 22-06-95
L18 7 3 3 227.74468 55 19-05-96
L18 8 2 2 176.97468 56 02-02-89
L18 9 96 96 258.29556 68 26-01-99
L19 0 1 1 240.82117 74 24-04-96
L19 1 1 1 230.31342 73 07-01-91
L19 2 1 1 230.13133 55 04-05-95
L19 6 1 1 245.22665 62 06-06-96
L19 9 4 4 255.29882 74 13-02-97
L20 0 3 3 263.38095 56 08-04-98
L20 1 5 5 257.51026 58 29-12-89
L20 2 2 2 255.89582 65 25-07-98
L20 3 4 4 204.29556 72 10-02-84
L20 6 9 9 263.71450 68 16-06-99
L20 8 1 1 166.56635 65 15-09-96
L20 9 17 17 271.23389 80 30-06-95
L21 7 1 1 230.17466 60 04-04-98
L21 9 1 1*
L22 0 17 17 238.45966 76 21-11-96
L22 1 10 10 230.01203 70 05-10-95
L22 2 2 2 237.75377 55 02-06-93
L22 3 6 6 179.41341 67 02-01-87
L22 4 1 1 222.76763 73 02-10-95
L22 5 2 2 198.30130 74 02-11-93
L22 6 8 8 241.68214 62 25-11-97
L22 7 1 1 213.35957 55 10-11-97
L22 9 31 31 248.74756 73 31-08-96
L23 6 1 1 248.07004 48 10-08-01
L23 9 4 4 254.93635 60 19-02-00
L24 6 1 1 260.89515 68 14-03-99
L24 9 3 3 267.90806 76 15-08-98
L25 9 1 1 277.88532 73 27-02-98
P26 0 360 360 229.64078 54 13-07-00
P26 1 491 491 219.56668 73 20-08-94
P26 2 240 240 208.49861 55 07-10-91
P26 3 300 300 161.19885 47 01-02-79
P26 4 36 36 193.99901 54 18-04-96
P26 5 38 38 160.91247 56 14-08-95
P26 6 631 631 233.89317 68 04-02-96
P26 7 33 33 203.27051 52 10-02-92
P26 8 20 7 132.75232 56 03-08-99
P26 9 1692 1692 237.40862 64 11-03-95

 *Allocated against Horizontal vacancy.

 

Note 1:  Candidates selected against Horizontal vacancies have been counted in their vertical categories as well. 

Note 2: Rows corresponding to Posts and Categories with ‘Nil’ reported vacancies, have not been included in these tables.

 

  1. Details of code of departments for which allocation has been made are as under:
Post Code Ministry/Department/ Organisation
L01 Archaeological Survey of India (Ministry of Culture)
L02 Central Bureau of Narcotics
L03 Central Passport Office  (Ministry of External Affairs)
L04 Controller General of Defence Accounts
L05 Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal
L06 Department of Fisheries (Ministry of  Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying )
L07 Department of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare (Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare)
L08 Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (Ministry of Commerce & Industry)
L09 Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation (Ministry of Jal Shakti)
L10 Directorate General of Health Services (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare)
L11 Election Commission of India
L12 Enforcement Directorate (Department of Revenue)
L13 India Meteorological Department (Office of the Director General of Meteorology)
L14 Intelligence Bureau
L15 Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (Department of Personnel & Training)
L16 Ministry of Culture
L17 Ministry of Communications  (Department of Posts)-(PA-Admn)
L18 Ministry of Defence (Office of the JS & CAO) AFHQ
L19 Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change
L20 Ministry of External Affairs
L21 Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
L22 Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
L23 Ministry of Labour & Employment
L24 Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
L25 Vice-President’s Secretariat
P26 Ministry of Communications  (Department of Posts)-SPN

 

  1. As per Court Order (s), appointment of the last selected candidate will be subject to the outcome of OA No. 2377/2021, 2390/2021, 2371/2021 and 2394/2021. Further, the last appointment to the post of LDC under OBC category and under UR category will be subject to the outcome of OA No. 3020/2021, 2981/2021, 2989/2021 and OA No. 3011/2021, 3010/2021, 3008/2021, 3009/2021 respectively.
  2. The result of the 5 candidates bearing roll no. 2005604199, 2005604306, 2201656032, 4410248664 and 9213011727 has been kept withheld due to various court order/ verification of candidature.
  3. In addition to the Para No. 8 above, result of 104 candidates has also been kept withheld due to suspected use of unfair means/discrepancies, as per the list attached. These cases will be further scrutinized by the Commission.  
  4. Any discrepancy with respect to the selection/ non-selection/ allocation of post/ User Department, etc. may be brought to the notice of the Commission within a period of one month. Any such representation received after one month will not be entertained by the Commission.
  5. If a candidate is finally selected and does not receive any correspondence from the Commission or the concerned User Department within a period of one year after declaration of result, he/ she must bring this to the notice of the User Department immediately thereafter. 
  6. Detailed marks of the selected and non-selected candidates will be uploaded on the website of the Commission on 17.05.2022. This facility will be available from 17.05.2022 to   04.06.2022. Candidates may check their individual’s marks by using their Registration No. and registered password and click on Result/Marks tab on the candidate dashboard. 

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SSC CHSL EXAM DATE 2021

Details of SSC CHSL Exam Dates
SSC CHSL notification November 6, 2020
SSC CHSL Registration Process 6.11.2020- 26.12.20
SSC CHSL Tier-1 admit card 27.03.2021
SSC CHSL Exam Date 2021 Tier-1 12.04.2021-19.04.2021
Current status for SSC CHSL 2021 Tier-1 Postponed for remaining candidates
SSC CHSL Exam Date 2021 Tier-2 To be Notified soon

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Cut-off marks of SSC CHSL EXAM 2020

SSC has released the cut-off for SSC CHSL (10+2) 2019-20 Tier-I exam on 15th January 2021. The Tier-1 was conducted from 17th to 19th March, 2020 and 12th to 26th October, 2020 for the posts of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants(PA/SA), Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC) and Court Clerk. The Cut-Off for SSC CHSL 2019-20 Tier-I exam is mentioned below.

CHSL Cut-Off for the posts of LDC/JSA and PA/SA

Category-wise details of candidates who have provisionally qualified for appearing in Tier-II (Descriptive Paper) and the cut-offs for each category are as under:

CATEGORY CUT OFF MARKS
UR 159.52440
SC 136.10355
ST 127.32836
OBC 156.10198
EWS 149.98152
ESM 87.32036
OH 124.36599
HH 81.08020
VH 123.78857
OTHER PwD 74.32943

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CUT OFF MARKS OF PREVIOUS YEARS

Please take a look on the following table having cut-off marks of CHSL EXAM Tier-1 from 2015 to 2018. It will help a candidate to determine the possibility in future and the efforts one needs to crack the exam successfully. The table shows a comparison between SSC CHSL Cut-offs accurately:


Category
Cut-Off Marks
SSC CHSL
Tier-I 2019-20
Cut-Off Marks
SSC CHSL
Tier-I 2018-19
Cut-Off Marks
SSC CHSL
Tier-I 2017-18
Cut-Off Marks
SSC CHSL
Tier-I 2016-17
Cut-Off Marks
SSC CHSL
Tier-I 2015
UR 159.52440 135.60 143.5 127.50 119
SC 136.10355 110.09 122.5 108.00 99
ST 127.32836 99.09 112 99.00 89.50
OBC 156.10198 133.74 139 120.00 110
Ex. S 87.32036 56.11 83 64.50 45.50
OH 124.36599 102.75 111.5 97.50 88
HH 81.08020 58.43 73.5 65.00 55
VH 123.78857 84.87 95.5 96.00 83.50

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Educational qualification

Name of the posts Qualification
1.LDC/JSA, PA/SA Must have passed 12th standard from a recognized board or university
2.DEO must have passed 12th standard from a recognized board or university
3.DEO in Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG) Must have passed 12th standard in science stream with Mathematics as a subject from a recognized board or university

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Age limit

The SSC CHSL age limit has been set a minimum of 18 years and a maximum of 27 years. However, candidates under reserved categories have certain SSC CHSL upper age limit.

Category Relaxation
SC/ ST 5 years
OBC 3 years
Persons with Disabilities (PWD) 10 years
PWD + OBC 13 years
PWD + SC/ ST 15 years
Ex-Servicemen (after deduction of the military service and are rendered from the actual age as on the closing date) 03 years

 

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Phases of exams

The SSC CHSL exam is conducted in three stages:

  1. Tier I(Computer Based Exam-MCQ)
  2. Tier II (Descriptive Exam)
  3. Tier III (skill test/ typing test)

SSC CHSL Exam pattern (Tier1)

               Subject No of question Maximum marks Time Duration (For all four Parts) Negative marks
English Language 25 50 60 minutes 0.50 marks for each wrong answer
General Intelligence 25 50
Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
General Awareness 25 50
Total 100 200

 

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern ( Tier II)

 

Tier II paper is a descriptive paper of 100 marks in ‘pen and paper’ mode. This paper is comprised of writing essay/letter/application/precies etc.

 

Topics Word Count Maximum Marks Duration
Essay writing 200-250 100 60 minutes
Letter/ Application writing 150-200 100 60 minutes

 

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern (tier III)

 

This is skill test/ typing test conducted on the computers for shortlisted candidates. This test is of qualifying in nature. The marks obtained in this test will not be included in final merit list.  The medium of Typing Test is Hindi or English. The candidates will have to opt for the medium of Typing Test in the Online Application form.

Test Applicable for the posts speed duration
Typing test Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, LDC, and Court clerk English typing test- 35 words per minute

Hindi typing- 30 words per minute

10 minutes
Skill test Data Entry operator 8000 key depressions per hour 15 minutes
Data Entry Operator Grade ‘A’ in the office of the C&AG 15000 key depressions

Per hour

15 minutes

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Mode of Selection

  1. Candidates will be shortlisted for tier II Examination on the basis of the marks they obtained in Tier-I Examination. Normalized marks of candidates will be used to determine merit and for final selection.
  2. There will be separate category wise cut-offs in Tier-I and subsequent tiers for different posts i.e. (i) DEO, (ii) DEO Grade ‘A’ AND (iii) LDC/ JSA and PA/ SA
  3. Candidates will be shortlisted for Tier-III Examination on the basis of the scores they obtained in Tier-I + Tier-II Examination.
  4. Skill test in Tier-III for DEOs is mandatory for all the qualified candidates.
  5. Typing Test in Tier-III for posts other than DEOs is mandatory for all candidates.

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SSC CHSL APPLICATION FORM 2021

SSC CHSL 2021 Application Form was available on the official website of Staff Selection Commission from Nov 6, 2021 to Dec 15, 2021. This  can be divided as registration, form filling, uploading, and payment. The candidates must follow all steps in order to complete the application process successfully.

When filling the application form of the SSC CHSL 2021 Exam, candidates need to enter certain details like personal details, contact information and academic details. These details have to be error-free. Following are the things that candidates have to fill in the application form.

  • Name of the candidate
  • Date of Birth
  • Father’s Name
  • Mother’s name
  • Other details of parent/guardian
  • Category
  • Contact number
  • E-mail ID
  • Address
  • State
  • Photograph and Signature
  • Aadhar Card Number

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SSC CHSL 2021 Application Fee

Candidates can pay the fee through SBI Challan/Net banking and any credit or debit cards. Application fee for SSC CHSL 2021 is INR 100. Candidates belonging to reserved categories (SC/ST/OBC/PWD) are exempted from paying the application fees. Female candidates, as well as Ex-Servicemen, are also exempted from paying the SSC CHSL 2021 Exam fees. The particulars of application fee are given below in the table.

Category SSC CHSL 2021 Application Fee
General/OBC INR 100
Women/SC/ST/PWD/Ex-serviceman Nil

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SSC CHSL 2020- 2021 VACCANCY DETAILS

NAME OF THE POST NUMBER OF VACCANCIES IN SSC CHSL 2020
Postal Assistant/ sorting assistant 3181
LDC/JSA 1538
DEO 7
Total 4726

 

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SSC CHSL Tier 1 Syllabus 2021

The Computer-Based Written Test/SSC CHSL Tier-I exam has four sections. The topics covered in CHSL Tier I is mentioned below:

English Language Quantitative Aptitude General Intelligence General Awareness
Parts of Speech Simplification Number Series Events and issues of National & International Importance
Tenses Number Series Classification Countries and Capitals
Singular & Plural Percentage Venn Diagrams Indian Polity
Subject-Verb Agreement Ratio and Proportion Problems on Figural Pattern Indian Geography
Sentence Improvement Time, Speed and Distance / Average Statements and Arguments Indian Budget
Fill in the blanks Linear Equations Statements and Assumptions Science, Technology and Research
Para – Jumbles Geometry and Mensuration Puzzles Culture
Spell Check Permutation and Combination / Probability Coding and Decoding Awards & Honours
Voice Change – Active and Passive Voice Bar Graph Alphabet Series Indian Constitution
Article – A, An, The Trigonometry Analogy         Indian Economy
Narration – Direct & Indirect Speech Number Systems Paper folding Business
Phrases and Idioms Square Root Syllogism Indian Parliament
Sentence Correction/Spotting Errors Surd and Indices Statements and Conclusions Indian History
Cloze Test Profit and Loss Assertions and Reasoning  
One Word Substitution Simple and Compound Interest / Mixture and Allegation Seating Arrangements (Circular and Linear)  
Comprehension Test Time and Work / Pipes and Cisterns / Boats and Streams Word building  
  Pie Chart / Line Graph Blood Relations  

 

The detailed SSC CHSL Syllabus for TIER I is given below:

 

English Language: Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Synonyms/ Homonyms, Antonyms, Spellings/ Detecting mis-spelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One word substitution, Improvement of Sentences, Active/ Passive Voice of Verbs, Conversion into Direct/ Indirect narration, Shuffling of Sentence parts, Shuffling of Sentences in a passage, Cloze Passage, Comprehension Passage.

Quantitative Aptitude:

Number Systems: Computation of Whole Number, Decimal and Fractions, Relationship between numbers.
Fundamental arithmetical operations: Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time and work.
Algebra: Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra and Elementary surds (simple problems) and Graphs of Linear Equations.
Geometry: Familiarity with elementary geometric figures and facts: Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles.
Mensuration: Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons, Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square Base.
Trigonometry: Trigonometry, Trigonometric ratios, Complementary angles, Height and distances (simple problems only) Standard Identities like sin2𝜃 + Cos2𝜃=1 etc.,
Statistical Charts: Use of Tables and Graphs: Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart.

General Intelligence: It would include questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. The test will include questions on Semantic Analogy, Symbolic operations, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Trends, Figural Analogy, Space Orientation, Semantic Classification, Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Drawing inferences, Figural Classification, Punched hole/ pattern-folding & unfolding, Semantic Series, Figural Pattern-folding and completion, Number Series, Embedded figures, Figural Series, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Emotional Intelligence, Word Building, Social Intelligence, Coding and de-coding, Other sub-topics, if any Numerical operations.

General Awareness: Questions are designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its 14 application to society. Questions are also designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of an educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy and scientific research.

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SALARY

The SSC CHSL Salary as per the 7th pay Commission is given below in the table for the posts that we have mentioned above. 

Post Pay Band Grade Pay
Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/ Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA) Rs. 5200-20200 Rs. 1900 (pre-revised)
Postal Assistant (PA)/ Sorting Assistant (SA) Rs. 5200-20200 Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)
Data Entry Operator (DEO) Rs. 5200-20200 Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)
Data Entry Operator- Grade A Rs. 5200-20200 Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)

 

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