Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an attached office of the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT) that consists of chairperson, two members and a secretary cum controller of examination. Along with that, his post is equivalent to the post of the Additional Secretary, Government of India. Moreover, the functions of the Staff Selection Commission come in force from the year 1999. In addition to SSC conducts examination for the recruitment of the non-gazette officer’s post in various Government of India departments. Headquarters of the Staff Selection Commission located in New Delhi. Presently the seven regional offices of the Staff Selection Commission are at Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Guhawati. Moreover the two sub-regional offices located in Chandigarh and Raipur.
Currently SSC works as an autonomous body that mainly engages to conduct the competitive examination for the recruitment of candidate at various posts of the government departments. The exams conducted by SSC every year are as follows:
• SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination
• SSC CHSL
• Junior Engineer
• Hindi Translator
• SSC GD Constable
• SSC Multitasking
• Scientific Assistant Post
• Central Police Organization
SSC conducts different types of examinations for the recruitment of the candidates at the different levels of the government organization. Here, the candidates who are aspiring for the government jobs get the a excellent opportunity to get into the non-gazette posts. However, you need to have different kinds of skill set to appear in the examination. For this reason you need to go through the SSC notification carefully so that you can idea that you suitable to apply for the job or not. In fact, you need to be a graduate to appear in the examinations conducted by the SSC. However, for the CHSL eligibility criteria is 12th pass. Mainly SSC examinations have conducted in 3-4 stages including the interview. For the first and second stage of the examination is Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with negative marking. After that in the next two levels of the examination descriptive type of questions have included. Candidates who successfully clear all the levels of the examination invited for the interview. Moreover, the aspirants should keep patience while applying for SSC examination and results process as it takes time. This is because the examination has multiple stages.
For the preparation of the examination, you need to proper knowledge of the current affairs of at least one year, English, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. To fulfill these criteria daily practice of the question is important. However, with the practice of the questions you should have knowledge of concepts and there use. Moreover, Mock Tests play an important role in the preparations of the SSC examination. This does not mean that if you are appearing for easy exam then no need to appear for mocks. In fact mock tests guide you about your strengths and weakness. You know about the strengths and weakness that you easily crack any exam, no to need fear from tough questions.