Ssc Jobs

SSC Recruitment 2020

Apply to the latest SSC jobs and SSC posts, We have  SSC recruitment/Exams details for graduates, postgraduates and SSC vacancies for 12th pass and 10th pass. Find up-to-date information about official SSC job notifications and important links to apply, view results, and more.

18
jobs available
View more jobs (8)

Everything You Need To Know About Staff Selection Commission Jobs 2020

SSC or Staff Selection Commission is an Indian Government body that recruits candidates for different ministries and departments under the Government of India. Headquartered in New Delhi, the commission is led by two members i.e. the Chairman and a Secretary who is also the Controller of the Examination with the responsibility to assist the Chairman.

The SSC is also set up regionally to conduct exams for SSC posts throughout the country. At present, it has 7 regional offices located at Prayagraj, New Delhi, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Mumbai. Furthermore, the SSC also has 2 Sub-Regional offices in Chandigarh and Raipur.

The SSC Sarkari Naukri Prospects

Unlike UPSC jobs which conduct Group ‘A’ recruitments through the Civil Services Exam, an SSC govt job offers posts under Groups B, C & D.

But do keep in mind that the number of SSC posts on a particular year totally depends on the number of SSC openings which are determined by the Central Government and the various ministries that fall under it. As such, on Aasaanjobs you will find complete details and the number of openings for every job role advertised by the SSC.

Many are of the belief that in a Government job you can only work your way up the ladder if you clear the Civil Services Examination. However, this is not entirely true as the SSC provides candidates with the opportunity to grow professionally. Irrespective of your job grade (B, C, or D), you get enough leverage to get better salaries and take on new job responsibilities.

There is yet another boon — rewarded by jobs under SSC — that you might not be aware of. The SSC comes up with schemes for existing government employees at regular intervals. What this means is that if you’re a Government employee with a proven track record in your area of expertise, through a promotion, deputation, or transfer you will get the opportunity to shoulder bigger responsibilities.

When the window of opportunity opens up for anything such as this, it usually happens via an official notification released by the SSC. In fact, the Government, ministries and various departments regularly release job notifications for vacant SSC positions. When this happens, you must keep your eyes peeled and apply quickly to edge out the competition and get the SSC job. 

But it’s easier said than done. The notifications and crucial information about the schemes appear on multiple platforms. It may appear on the UPSC, SSC and Ministry websites or circulated within departments and the government. As such, keeping up can be an uphill task for candidates. 

This is where Aasaanjobs for SSC jobs can help as we update important notifications and links to all resources and information related to each SSC job vacancy in one place as soon as they’re released by the hiring authority. This saves you the trouble of opening multiple websites. In short, you can apply to the SSC opening conveniently.

How is SSC recruitment conducted?

Almost all recruitment drives conducted by the SSC involve a competitive examination with a predetermined cutoff to shrink the applicant pool. This is then followed up with an interview. If you clear the cutoff, then only you can appear for the interview.

The panel interviews you and assesses your personality, analytical, critical skills, and knowledge and takes a final call based on the results of the interview.

SSC Recruitment: Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL)

Our job listings also cater to graduates. 

Are you a graduate looking to work for the Government? In that case, the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) is one important examination you should not miss out on.

For those who are unaware, the CGL is an examination sanctioned and conducted by SSC for all SSC CGL posts which lie vacant. In order to apply to the latest SSC CGL 2020 vacancy on Aasaanjobs, the minimum educational qualification you must have in your possession is a graduate level degree.

If you’re an applicant who wants to work for the Government but hasn’t managed to clear the UPSC, then you should definitely give this exam a go. But do get on Aasaanjobs for we regularly update our SSC CGL post list. 

SSC 2020 recruitment: The ‘Other’ Categories

You might’ve known by now that SSC recruitment is really conducted via an All India Examination. But what you might not be aware of is the fact that SSC also hires candidates through other forms of recruitment.

These SSC recruitment drives are essentially to fill vacant posts under two categories:

  1. Non-Gazetted Posts under Group ‘B’
  2. Non-Technical Posts under Group ‘C’

And under these categories, recruitment drives are conducted to fill isolated posts. And the vacancies, well, are fewer in number with the eligibility criteria determined by the hiring department for the SSC posts you're applying to.

So, how does the recruitment process conducted to fill posts under such categories? Here are 4 ways.

(A) As an applicant, you will be shortlisted upon the evaluation of your marks in the qualifying examination which can either be your 12th marks or Graduation marks. If you satisfy the criteria, only then can you appear for a round of interview

(B) There can be an initial screening of all appearing candidates. This is done to trim the candidate pool via a screening test. If you pass the test or clear the cutoff, you’re selected and an interview will take place thereafter.

(C) Any SSC post might have criteria set. It can also be a subject you studied in school or graduation. In such cases, a proficiency test on the subject will be conducted post which you will be evaluated based on your performance in this test during an interview that takes place. 

(D) This is basically a combination of one or more ways mentioned above. You are first shortlisted based on the marks in 12th/Graduation, and then an interview or a skill test will follow suit.

Always be aware of the fact that the SSC conducts various recruitment drives that involve competitive examinations for different posts throughout the year. And the examination you prepare for will depend on your educational qualification and the SSC job post you’re applying to.

To get crucial information on the job description, requirement, number of SSC job openings, latest SSC job notifications, and links to application portal, SSC result, admit card and more, keep checking the Aasaanjobs Sarkari Naukri page.

Get new Ssc Jobs directly in email