SSC CHSL Admit Card 2021 Will be announced Soon !!! Exams on 4 August 2021

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SSC CHSL Admit Card For Tier 1 Exam of Left Out Candidates To Be Released Soon. The Staff Selection Commission accepted applications for recruitment to the posts of Lower Divisional Clerk/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, and Data Entry Operators for various Ministries/ Departments/ Offices of the Government of India. The Tier 1 exams were initially planned to be conducted from 12.04.2021 to 27.04.2021. But due to Covid – 19 pandemic, the exams were not conducted for a few candidates. So, the SSC has planned to conduct the “Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination Tier-1 exam 2020”, for left-over candidates from 04.08.2021 to 12.08.2021. For details related to the exam, syllabus, exam pattern, and other related information, visit – SSC CHSL Exam Details.

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2019

How To Download My SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Admit Card?

The SSC CHSL admit card which is also referred to as “Admission Certificate” is a must for allowing you to take up the exam. If you fail to provide the admit card, you may be 

Step 1 – Visit the official website of the Staff Selection Commission. And then click on “Regional Networks”.

Step 2 – In that page the official website link for all the regional offices will be available. Click on the link of the respective region for which you applied.

Step 3 – Now you can see the “Download e-admit card” option in the left side panel.              (Pointed with an arrow mark).

Step 4 – Clicking on that will take you to the page, where all the notifications related to the admit card will be available.

Step 5 – Click on the exam link that you are going to appear for and enter the credentials if asked.

Step 6 – Now you can download your admit card. Take a printout of it for future use. A Colour printout is preferred.

Exam Pattern:

The exam consists of three categories. Candidates will be shortlisted for Tier-II Examination on the basis of their performance in Tier-I Examination. Normalized scores of candidates will be used to determine merit and for final selection. Candidates will be shortlisted for Tier-III Examination on the basis of their performance in Tier-I + Tier-II subject to having scored a minimum of 33% marks in Tier-II Examination



  • Computer-Based Examination (Tier- 1)
  • Descriptive Paper (Tier- 2) and 
  • Skill Test / Typing Test (Tier- 3)

Computer-Based Examination:

Part  Subject   



Number of Questions 

Maximum Marks Time Duration (For all four Parts Together) 
I English Language 

(Basic Knowledge)

25 50 60 Minutes 

(80 Minutes for candidates eligible for scribe)

II General Intelligence  25 50
III Quantitative Aptitude 

(Basic Arithmetic Skill)

25 50
IV General Awareness 25 50

The Tier-I Examination will consist of Objective Type, Multiple choice questions only. 

There will be negative marking of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer.

Tentative Answer Keys of the tier 1 exam will be placed on the website of the Commission after the Examination. Candidates may go through the Answer Keys and submit online representations, if there is any difference of opinion, within the time limit given by the Commission, on payment of Rs 100/- per question. 

Descriptive Paper:

The Descriptive Paper is for 100 Marks and will be in ‘Pen and Paper Mode.

The duration of the Descriptive Paper will be for one hour and an extra 20 minutes will be given for candidates with scribes. 

The Paper will consist of writing an Essay/ Letter/ Application/ Precis etc. The minimum qualifying marks in Tier-II would be 33 per cent. The paper will have to be written either in Hindi or in English. Part paper written in Hindi and Part in English will be awarded zero marks.

Candidates must write their correct Roll Number at the prescribed places on the cover page of the Answer Book. Candidates must also affix signature and Left Hand Thumb Impression in the relevant columns in the Answer Book. Answer Books not bearing Roll Number, Signature and Left-hand Thumb Impression shall be awarded zero marks.

Skill Test / Typing Test 

Skill Test/ Typing Test for the shortlisted candidates will be conducted on the computers provided by the Commission or its authorized agency. Skill Test/ Typing Test will be conducted in the cities where Regional Offices of the Commission are located or as decided by the Commission. Tier 3 exam will be of qualifying nature. Errors in the Skill Test will be calculated up to 2 decimal places.

The scheme of the skill set / typing test varies from post to post. To view the detailed syllabus and information regarding the exam pattern, Visit – SSC CHSL Brochure.

Things To Take To The Exam Hall:

Candidates must bring a printout of the Admission Certificate (Admit Card) to the Examination Hall.

At least two passport size recent colour photographs.

Original valid Photo-ID proof having the Date of Birth as printed on the Admit card, such as:

  • Aadhaar Card/ Printout of E-Aadhaar,
  • Voter’s ID Card,
  • Driving License,
  • PAN Card,
  • Passport,
  • ID Card issued by University/ College/ School,
  • Employer ID Card (Govt./ PSU),
  • Ex-serviceman Discharge Book issued by the Ministry of Defence.
  • Any other photo-bearing valid ID card issued by the Central/ State Government.

Result Declaration:

The final result will be declared once all the three exams are over and the result will be made available on the official website. Candidates are required to keep checking the official website for any notifications related to the exam.

FAQ:

1. What to do if I get selected but did not receive any further notification regarding my posting?

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, then the candidate must communicate immediately thereafter with the concerned User Department.

2. How will they allocate the merit list if more than one candidate is having the same mark as mine ?

In cases where more than one candidate secures the equal aggregate marks in Tier-I+Tier-II, tie will be resolved by applying the following methods one after another: Total marks of Tier-II Examination. Date of birth, with older candidates placed higher. Alphabetical order in which names of the candidates appear.

3. Can I take up the exam next year if I didn't qualify this time?

Yes, you can take up the exam next year, provided that you have not been debarred for any misconduct or malpractice. The candidates indulging in malpractice will be debarred from appearing for the exam from 2 years to 7 years. Those candidates cannot appear for the exam until their debarment period is over.

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