What is SSC More detail about SSC.
What is SSC? And what are the functions of SSC.
Exams to be subject to SSC. SSC is working under which government.
What Is SSC
Hello friends, today we will discuss all the topics related to SSC, and will know that the SSC (Staff Selection Commission) Board was established in the year 1977 by the Government of India.
SSC is a board constituted by the Government of India through which the Central Government conducts examination for selection to various posts.
Two groups have been formed to conduct these exams. Whom we are Group B. And know by the name of group c.
Our main objective is to give more information about SSC, that the candidates who can get information about SSC.
So Friends SSC is a board created by the Government of India, in which candidates are filled application forms under Group B and Group C.
And they are tested by the Staff Selection Commission. And the candidate is served under the Central Government.
What exams are conducted under SSC
Various examinations are conducted throughout the year under SSC. And there may not be any month and day in which SSC exams are not conducted.
Because the exams under SSC are run all the time twelve days 365 days of the year.
Examinations in SSC are conducted in these categories
as you know. Various examinations are conducted in SSC by the Government of India. The examinations to be conducted are as follows. SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, Steno, JE (Junior Engineer), CAPF, JHT (Junior Hindi Translator) etc. examinations are conducted by the SSC Board.
Next we will give you detailed information regarding the examinations.
SSC CGL Combined Graduate Level Examination
Under SSC CGL Combined Graduate Level Examination, graduate candidates can apply for these posts by filling the application form. Such as Food Officer, Income Tax Department Officer, Auditor Officer etc. After passing the exam in SSC CGL, the candidates are posted on these higher categories.
SSC CHSL Combined Higher Secondary Level
Under SSC CHSL Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam, those candidates who are intermediate 12th pass candidates who apply for the post of LDC, Clerk, 12th pass and apply for the post of LDC Clerk are selected and served on the posts of LDC Clerk.
Steno (Stenography) Candidates who want to pursue a career in the field of Stenography. Those candidates pass the examination in the steno group of SSC and are served in shorthand.
JE (Junior Engineer)
Those candidates who have passed polytechnic or other diploma engineering, they apply for the post of candidate JE (Junior Engineer) and they are served in the post of SSC JE.
And these candidates are served the rank of technical officer.
Minimum qualification for recruitment to this post should be diploma
SSC CAPF Central Armed Police Force
The SSC CAPF is what we call the Central Armed Police Force.
Under this recruitment process, under the Central Government, the candidate is passed on the post of Inspector and Sub Inspector in the Armed Police Forces, serving the post of Inspector and Sub Inspector.
SSC JHT (Junior Hindi Translator)
For the post of SSC JHT (Junior Hindi Translator), the candidate should have very good grip in the field of translation in Hindi and English language for service in the translator category. For this service, the post of translator is served under SSC JHT.
What type of exam does SSC conduct?
Which subjects are required to pass this exam.
Dear students / students, in today’s time, in any competition exam, you must have seen that the growth rate of the competition is increasing. And similarly the exam is being made more difficult.
But whatever examinations are conducted under SSC. For all those exams, exams are taken in general Hindi, Mathematics, Reasoning, and English.
In this exam, questions related to General Hindi, Mathematics, Reasoning, and English etc. are asked.