SSC CHSL Notification 2016
SSC CHSL Notification 2016 has been released for recruitment of candidates to fill up the following vacancies: Postal Assistants & Sorting Assistants, Lower Division Clerks, Data Entry Operators and Court Clerks.
Number of Posts / Jobs: (I) Postal Assistants & Sorting Assistants – 3281 (II) Lower Division Clerks – 1321 (III) Data Entry Operators – 506 (IV) Court Clerks – 26
Schedule of Events:
- Last Date for Online Submission of Application – 7th November, 2016 (5.00 PM).
- Date of Tier-I Exam (Computer Based) – From 7th January, 2017 to 5th February, 2017
- Date of Descriptive Exam (Tier-II) – 9th April, 2017
Eligibility (As on 1st January, 2017): 12th standard pass or equivalent from a recognized board or university
Age Limit (As on 1st January, 2017): 18 to 27 years (Candidate must have been born not before 2nd January, 1990 & not after 1st January, 1999)
Application Mode: Online through http://ssc.online.nic.in
Application Fee: Rs. 100/- (Fee is exempted for Women candidates, Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Physically Handicapped & Ex Servicemen.)
- Fee payment can be done through SBI challan or online payment through SBI Challan / Net Banking / Credit and Debit Card from State Bank of India.
- The option of online application submission and fee payment through debit card will remain available from 08th October, 2016 to 7th November, 2016 (5.00PM).
- Those wanting to make payment through SBI challan can approach the designated SBI branches within working hours upto 7th November, 2016, provided the challan got generated before 5.00 PM on 4th November, 2016.
(I) Tier – I Exam – Objective type online exam
(II) Tier – II Exam – Descriptive exam (pen & paper mode)
(III) Tier – III Exam – Skill test / typing test
Exam Pattern (Tier-I): It will be an objective type test of 75 minutes duration
(I) There will be 4 parts in this examination: General Intelligence, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness.
(II) Each part will have 25 questions & each question will be worth 2 marks.
(III) The total marks will be 200 and weightage of each part will be 50 marks.
(IV) There will be negative marking of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer.