The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will have several pending examinations from October to November. Of these, eight recruitment examinations are to be conducted mainly. These recruitment exam include Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam, Junior Engineer Selection Exam, Combined Graduate Level Exam and other exams. SSC will start conducting the recruitment exam from October 12. The examinations will be conducted in such a way that there is less difference between two consecutive examinations. SSC will complete the exam for recruitment from October 12 to November 18.
In the month of October, SSC will conduct examinations for the remaining candidates who were unable to appear for the CHSL examination due to Corona virus epidemic. These examinations will be held from October 12 to October 26. The examinations for the post of Junior Engineer will be held from October 27 to October 30. Combined Graduate Level or CGL Tier 2 exam will be conducted from November 2 to November 5. Stenographer recruitment exam will be conducted from 16 November to 18 November. All these exams were announced in the year 2019. The first recruitment exam for the year 2020 will be held from November 6 to November 10 for selection to various posts.
The recruitment examination for Junior Hindi Translator, Hindi Professor, Sub Inspector in Delhi Police and CAPF recruitment will be held in November. This vacancy was removed this year. For the vacancy of constable in Delhi Police, SSC will conduct the recruitment examination for the first time. These exams will be held from 27 November to 14 December.
SSC will give 4,559 candidates a chance again
SSC will soon conduct Tier 3 exam for selection on Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) posts. Tier 3 Examination can only include candidates who have passed the first two Tier exams. But when the SSC released the Tier 2 exam results, many of the candidates had complained that they had been failed on the grounds of improper means. In view of the complaints of the candidates, the SSC formed a committee on August 5. The committee suggested giving these students a one-time exemption and allowed them to appear in the next level examination. However, as suggested by the committee, SSC has allowed 4,559 candidates to appear for the CHSL Tier 3 exam. The Commission has also released the cut off marks of the examination.