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The Staff Selection Commission has revised the dates for all SSC Exams. On July 21st 2020, SSC released a notification regarding the rescheduling of the SSC exams 2020 due to the prevailing situation of coronavirus pandemic. 

Candidates can refer the detailed notification and revised dates for SSC exam below:

Frequently Asked Question – SSC Exam

Q.1. What is the highest post in SSC Exam?

SSC conducts various exams but the highest post is Assistant Accounts Officer OR Assistant Audit Officer. A candidate can get through by qualifying Combined Graduate Level SSC Examination. AAO is a Group “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial) post with the grade pay 4800 rupees.

Q.2. What is the minimum age criteria for all SSC exams?

Each SSC exam has a different set of age limit criteria. The minimum age of a candidate applying for SSC JE, SSC CHSL, SSC CGL, and SSC GD must be 18 years and that of a candidate applying for SSC CPO must be 20 years of age. The upper age limit for various SSC exams differs as per the category of the candidates.

What is the negative marking scheme in the SSC exam?

There is no negative marking in SSC GD, While, for every wrong attempt candidates will be penalised with 0.25 marks in SSC CGL, SSC CPO and SSC JE exam. In SSC CHSL candidates will lose 0.5 marks for each wrong answer.

What are the subjects covered in various SSC exam?

Though all exams have most of the common subjects. The common subjects of various SSC exams are Reasoning Ability, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English. Some SSC exams require candidates to have professional knowledge as well. A detailed list of subjects along with the topics covered is given in the syllabus page of respective exams.

What is the minimum education qualification for all SSC exams?

SSC Conducts various exams annually and all have different requirements for the educational qualification of the candidates. The SSC Exam academic qualification for the various post is as follows:
SSC CGL – A Graduation Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks.
SSC CPO – A Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognised university (no minimum percentage specified as such).
SSC CHSL – A 12th pass certificate from any board or university
SSC JE – A degree or Diploma in Engineering relevant to the post applied for.
SSC GD – A 10th Pass certificate from a recognized board.

How many times are all SSC exams conducted in a year?

Each tier/paper of each SSC exam such as CGL, CHSL and JE is conducted once a year.

Which are the most popular SSC exams?

While all the SSC exams are popular in their respective ways, the most popular ones among them include SSC CGL and SSC CHSL.