SSC Recruitment 2018: On 5th September, Staff Selection Commission released the official notification and started the process of applying for the SSC Selection Posts (Phase VI). Here are the details regarding the Selection Procedure and Examination Scheme for the SSC Selection Post Recruitment 2018.
SSC Recruitment 2018 for Selection Posts – Selection Procedure
Staff Selection Commission will select the candidates for the SSC Selection Posts on the basis of the Written Examination. The Written Exam for the Selection Posts will be held in a CBT and it will have objective type multiple Choice questions. The candidates whose applications will be in order will be called for the CBT Exam.
The candidates whose applications will have blurred images or no images/photograph, signature or applications without the fee will be rejected. The Staff Selection Commission will upload the Admission Certificate (ACs) on the official website or regional website 7 days before the commencement of exam.
Once the CBT Exam for the SSC Selection Posts will be conducted, then the Tentative answer key will be uploaded on the official website and challenges will be called from the applicants. To qualify the CBT exam, Staff Selection Commission has set a minimum qualifying mark. For the General Category, the minimum marks to qualify is 35%, for the OBC Category 30% and for the Other Categories 25%.
After that, the regional offices of Staff Selection Commission will call for the hard copies of the online applications along with the original certificates from the all qualified candidates. the Skill test will also be conducted wherever is necessary for a specific post. The final result and the scores of candidates will be uploaded on the official website once the Staff Selection Commission will declare the result.
SSC Recruitment 2018 For Selection Posts – Examination Scheme
The candidates will be selected on the basis of CBT Exam. The Staff Selection Commission will conduct the CBT Exam with MCQ’s. The question paper of SSC will be different for Matriculation candidates, 12th pass and Graduation candidates. However, the Subject will remain the same.
There will be 25 questions from the General Intelligence section of 50 marks, 25 questions from the Quantitative Aptitude of 50 marks, 25 Questions from the English Language 50 marks and 25 questions from the General Awareness Section of 50 marks. Each question will be of 2 marks and 0.50 marks will be deducted in case of the wrong answer as negative marking.