The commission is been established with an objective to recruit government staffs and officers, thereby filling in the positions available both in the center and the state regions, pertaining to the class III and IV categories, in other words could be rightly described in as the lower salaried staffs/officers.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Placing itself as a subsidiary unit of the Department of Personnel and Training, the SSC would also fall under the governance of the Central Government of India. Its functionality and range of operations have been very dynamic, accepting changes made by the government from time and time, thus the commission has also been updated with the role of recruiting the ‘B’ category staffs who would fall under the pay scale range of Rs. 9300 to Rs. 34, 800. For all the latest news and updates on the recruitment activities, announcements regarding examination results, allocation details, interview schedules, and many more information could be found from the official website of SSC.
SSC conducts plenty of examination to fill in the numerous government job cadres, entirely adhering to the resolution acts formed by the Government of India, and the examinations would get classified under the two major categories, open and departmental examinations. The open examinations comprises of 12 distinctive categories of examinations, namely the combined graduate level exams, tax assistant examination, statistical investigators examination, junior engineers examination, junior translators, section officers examination, deputy field officer examination, data entry, and combined matric level examinations, etc… The positions for which the examinations are conducted are very vivid from the type of the examinations, likewise the departmental examinations are conducted for three types of positions, grade ‘C’ stenographers, UD grade staffs, and clerks grade staffs who would in turn fall under the ‘D’ group staffs, such departmental examinations are conducted for filling up the group ‘C’ non-technical and group ‘B’ non-gazette positions too.
SSC Online Application Submission
Candidates who ought to apply for the Indian government jobs, could do it online via the SSC’s online application portal, which comprises of two major sections, namely Part I and Part II registrations. The candidates are required to fill in the basic details like name, family details, permanent address, educational background, etc… pertaining to the position for which they are applying for, and when they click in the ‘I Agree’ button in the form, the details provided by them would get permanent and no further changes are encouraged after this point. The candidates are provided with the registration number at the end of the Part I registration with which they are required to complete the Part II registration procedure, as the application is considered complete with the full flourished Part I and Part II forms. The Part II requires the candidates to make payment, which could be done either by online payment, via cash that could be paid along with the challan in any SBI branch in the country, moreover the hall tickets are also provided via the same online portal of SSC. Thus, if we call the online portal of SSC as one-stop shop, fulfilling in all our desires, it cannot be a wrong statement!