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About Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Recruitment

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a group or organization, under the Government of India. It is recruiting the staff for various posts in the various Ministries and Departments of India’s Government and in Subordinate Offices. This commission is an affixed office of the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), in which Chairman, two Members and a Secretary-cum-Controller Examinations have consisted. SSC post is comparable or equivalent to the level of Additional Secretary to the Government of India.
Its (Staff Selection Commission) headquarters located at New Delhi. At present, it has total seven Regional offices at Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, and Bangalore. It has also two Sub- Regional offices at Raipur and Chandigarh. SSC is constituted as one Chairman, two members, one Director, one Security-cum-COE and two Dy Secy. Mr. Ashim Khurana is Chairman of SSC.
The Estimates committee in the Parliament praised the setting up of a Service Selection Commission in its 47th report (1967–68) for managing examinations to recruit lower categories of posts. After it, in the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms, on 4 November 1975 Government of India established a commission called Subordinate Service Commission. Subordinate Services Commission was renamed as Staff Selection Commission, on 26 September 1977. India’s Government through Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions on 21 May 1999 redefined the functions of Staff Selection Commission. Then the new functions and constitution of Staff Selection Commission came into effect from 1 June 1999. Every year SSC conducts the SSC Examination of Combined Graduate Level for recruiting non-gazetted officers to various government jobs.

Why Online Naukri for SSC online vacancy

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How to get the SSC job information easily

We offer the latest Government job vacancies information of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) post. You can easily get the complete details about SSC Government jobs on our site, only just one click. When you will click on the title, then you will get the complete information or job description of SSC Government job vacancies.

Check the instruction before applying for SSC post

Most of the applicants always complain about their Staff Selection Commission (SSC) application form is rejected without any reasons, this is only happening because they do not read the instructions properly, that how to apply for SSC online. Firstly, check all the details before applying and check, once again before clicking the submit button in case of online application.

How to prepare for SSC Exam at Home

For any competitive exam, it is challenging for students to study at home, without coaching or coaching. However, you can do easily this and can get good marks, for that, we will give some suggestion for your SSC exams. I hope that it will helpful for you to score better marks in SSC exam.

SSC Syllabus

The very first stage and tip for the student are to get the complete syllabus of exam, for which you are going to apply. Categorize all the important topics according to marks and avoid over the study of unnecessary topics. Before going for study, list all the topics and subtopics then figure out your strong and weak topics, set your mind for the hard preparation of SSC exam, and then start your study.

Collect Study Material

SSC basically, asks questions from the very general academic subjects and you can do preparation for that very easily. You just need to collect the all study material from where you can learn and increase the knowledge. 
Prepare your own short notes of important topics and subtopics.
Collect the good reference books for preparation etc.

Make a Timetable

Time is a very useful and scarce resource. A timetable is the most systematic way to complete the preparation for any competitive exam in minimum time. Prepare a practical and proportionate timetable according to your daily schedule and categorized your time as per the subjects. Give your more time to that subject where you are weak or which are tougher to understand. Follow to the timetable and make changes in it time to time as per your need.

Study Accordingly

Very first, start covering those subjects, which is tough and dominating in the exam, which consumes more time. Then, switch on the other relatively easier topics, which consume minimum time. In this process, you have to make a list including topics and enquired questions in the previous SSC exams. So that, you can start your preparation confidently and easily.

Adopt Shortcut Tricks

Shortcut tricks are the most important part of any competitive exam. In quantitative aptitude and general reasoning, shortcut tricks will help you to save your time and efforts during the exam time. There are lots number of topic and questions, in Aptitude and Reasoning, which are solved in short duration at the time of exam and that time you can use shortcut tricks. Sometimes we cannot able to solve the other questions in various subjects, for that we can also use some special shortcut tricks.

Take Online Help

Do not forget to take the online help in the preparation of a competitive exam. In Google, you can find almost everything that is required for the success in SSC exam including study material, guidance, and various shortcut tricks instantly in a single click.
You can give the online test to check your knowledge that will help you to show that where you are lacking.
To understand the topics easily, you can watch the online videos of SSC exam.

Solve Previous Year Paper 

Collect the all SSC previous year papers of last five years and practice of all questions very carefully. It will give you clarity about the type of questions, number of questions, and their respective difficulty level. Besides this, previous year question papers are also necessary because SSC sometimes repeats the questions in the upcoming SSC exams. Hence, you can score marks in the exam without putting any efforts into it.

Practice and Practice

It is true that “Practice makes a man perfect.” but on the other hand it’s also true that "Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect". So, practice as much as you can for each subject and topic. Practice minimizes the chances of error and maintains a flow of attempting questions in real exam.