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WHAT IS SSC AND IT’S CAREER SCOPE?

SSC Job scope

WHAT IS SSC (Staff Selection Commission) AND IT’S CAREER SCOPE

Staff Selection Commission is a government organization, which recruits staff or work force for various positions in different Subordinate Offices, Departments and Ministries of the Government of India. The SSC headquarters is situated in Delhi. It was formed in 4th November 1975.

This commission consists of Chairman, two members and a Secretary who is also a controller of exams. There are various written examination conducted by SSC for different positions like statistical investigators, inspector and sub inspector, tax assistant, junior accountant, auditors and many more. There are few sets of examination known as SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination for the recruitment in different government jobs.

Advantages

1. Security: The very first advantage of any government job is security. The youth demands job security for a secured future.

2. Good Salary and Perks: The next advantage is definite salary which the staff gets every month on definite date.

3. Pension and other benefits: For a secured future, Pension gives a great relief to the staff. Even when they get old they get the income to complete their requirement.

4. Social Status: In a country like India, a government job gives social status and respect, because the person goes through the set of examinations and a lot of hardship to maintain the job.

Disadvantages

1. Higher Competition: It is very difficult to get a government job these days. For every single post there are thousand applicants available. There is always a cut throat competition for such jobs.

2. Tough Preparation: The wide syllabus and pattern of question paper makes the examination tough. The candidate needs to focus and work well on syllabus to score well.

3. Slow Promotion: Generally the staff appointed here gets promotion only after completing a certain tenure, which kills the spirit of competition. It becomes monotonous.

Pattern of SSC Examination

The SSC exam is conducted in three tiers:

Tier I- Written Examination (Objective Type Multiple Choice Question)

Tier II- Written Examination (Objective Type Multiple Choice Question)

Tier III- Computer Proficiency Test/ Document Verification

Scope of SSC after 12th standard

SSC conducts various examinations for candidates who have completed their matriculation:

SSC CHSL: SSC conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination for the recruitment of Lower Division Clerk (LDC), Data Entry Operator (DEO) and Court Clerk, Sorting Assistant and Postal Assistant.

Eligibility Criteria:

1. Educational Qualification required for this post is matriculation from a recognized board.

2. Age Limit is 18-27 years.

3. Nationality should be citizen of India.

SSC Stenographer: SSC conducts Combined All India Examination for the post of Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and ‘D’ at Departments/Ministries of Central Government of India and Attached/Subordinate office in different parts of Country.

Eligibility Criteria:

1. Educational Qualification required for this post is matriculation from a recognized board.

2. Age Limit is 18-27 years.

3. Nationality should be citizen of India.

SSC also holds state level examinations for Indian candidates who have completed their matriculation.

Here is the list of examination:

1. Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission (HPSSC): Himachal Pradesh SSC holds state level examination for the post of Class III services both for contract and regular basis.

2. Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC): Haryana SSC holds state level examination for the recruitment of Junior Scale Steno (Hindi, English), Senior Scale Steno (English), Steno Typist (Hindi, English), Wild Life Guard, Draftsman and many more vacancies which are available for the candidates.

SSC conducts various examinations for candidates who have completed their graduation under Staff

Selection Commission Combined Graduation Level Examination (SSC CGL):

1. Assistant Audit Officer (Indian Audit and Accounts Department under CAG)
2. Inspector (Examiner) (CBEC)
3. Inspector of Income Tax (CBDT)
4. Inspector (Preventive Officer) (CBEC)
5. Inspector (Central Excise) (CBEC)
6. Assistant (Ministry of External Affairs)
7. Assistant Enforcement Officer (Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue)
8. Assistant (Central Vigilance Commission)
9. Assistant (Ministry of Railways)
10. Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)
11. Assistant (Other Ministries/Department/Organization)
12. Sub Inspector (Central Bureau of Investigation)
13. Assistant Section Officer (Central Secretariat Service)
14. Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)
15. Sub Inspector (NIA)
16. Inspector of Posts (Department of Post)
17. Grade II (M. Statistics and Program Implementation)
18. Divisional Accountant (Offices under CAG)
19. Auditor (C&AG, CGDA, CGA)
20. Accountant/Junior Accountant (Offices under CGA and others)
21. Accountant/Junior Accountant (Offices under CGA)
22. Sub Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)
23. Compiler (Registrar General of India)
24. Tax Assistant (CBEC)
25. Tax Assistant (CBDT)

There are total 30 vacancies under SSC CGL Examination. Candidates who have completed their graduation through Science, Commerce or Arts can apply for these posts. Every year SSC gives opportunities for the youth of India.

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