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Staff Selection Commission SSC Recruitment 2018 Notifications

Start Date Dept/Sector Vaacancies/ QualificationLast Date More Info
23.10.2018 Hindi Pradhyapak, SGT in SSCVarious/ Bachelor's Degree19.11.2018 More Details
23.10.2018 Stenographer Grade C & D Jobs in SSCVarious/ 12th Pass19.11.2018 More Details
01.05.2018Constables & Sub-Inspector Posts in HSSC7110/ Graduation28.05.2018 More Details
01.05.2018 Grade C & D Amin Jobs in OSSC 21/ DegreeUpdate Soon More Details
28.03.201817 Steno Typist Walk-In Notification in HSSC17/ Diploma17.04.2018 More Details
25.03.2018 ASI in CAPF & CISF Posts in SSC 1223/ Post Graduation02.04.2018 More Details
20.03.2018 Junior Coach Posts in HSSC 130/ Degree09.04.2018 More Details
15.03.2018LDC (Lower Division Clerks) Posts in Jharkhand JSSC265/ Graduation04.04.2018 More Details

Staff Selection Commission frequently termed as SSC is an organization under the Government of India and recruits eligible candidates as the workforce in various Ministries and Departments which are under the Government of India. This SSC is an attached office for the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) which consists of a Secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations, a Chairman and two Members. For the first time, Estimates committee recommended the setting up of a Service Selection Commission in the Parliament for conducting examinations to recruit lower categories of posts in its 47th report during 1967–68. 

Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms under Government of India constituted a Subordinate Service Commission in 1975 for recruiting purpose and it was renamed as Staff Selection Commission in 1977. Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions under Government of India redefined the function of SSC during 1999. Thus, Staff Selection Commission came into effect with new constitution and functions from 1 June 1999. More interesting facts can be found in the Drona website. Its headquarters is located in New Delhi and it has seven Regional offices and two Sub Regional Offices. Every year SSC conducts competitive exams to select eligible candidates to various Government posts by conducting various examinations. It also recruits engineers into various departments, however, recruitment of engineers into RailwaysIndian Navy and aeronautical engineers in Indian air force will not be carried out by SSC.

Combined Graduate Level Examination will be conducted by SSC for recruiting non-gazetted officers to various posts under Group B and Group C category in various Departments and Ministries which are under Government of India. These posts will come under the central government jobs. It also recruits for Postal department i.e., Multitasking staff. Through Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination, SSC recruits eligible candidates into clerical grade posts in central government departments. Most of the exams conducted by SSC will be having three tiers. The first tier will be a computer-based exam which will be having objective type questions. Tier II exam will be a descriptive type and tier III a skill test will be conducted. Current affairs and General knowledge are important topics to be focused to clear the SSC exams. To recruit eligible candidates as Constables (GD) in ITBPF, CRPF, BSF, CISF, SSB, Hindi Translator, Stenographer,  and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles SSC conducts competitive exam along with physical tests. More details can be known by visiting the official website of staff selection commission

Drona provides comprehensive information on the process of recruitment and also provides tips to crack the exams of all most all the government jobs. It provides complete information on the recruitment process of central govt jobs like Banking, Indian Postal Department, Indian AirforceIndian Navy, Indian Army, Railways(RRB)InsuranceIndian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)Food Corporation of IndiaNational Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC), etc.

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