SSC CHSL Admit Card- download hall ticket

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2016: Descriptive Test SSC LDC/ DEO Admit Card 2015 Download SSC 10+2 Admit Card Check Exam Date of SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Inter Level Exam 2015 Hall Ticket/ Call Letter How to Download Admit Card latest news Updates.

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2016 for LDC/ DEO & Postal/ Sorting Assistant

SSC has announced Paper 1 Result of Descriptive Test for CHSL 2015 Exam. Candidates now have to appear for Descriptive Test which will conduct in September, 2016. Check Result of CHSL 2015 & Details about Descriptive Test Admit Card below…….

CHSL Admit Card 2016: SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam 2015, This is the information to all concerned aspirants who are going to appear in SSC Inter (10+2) Level examination in the month of November, 2015 to become LDC or DEO or Postal/ Sorting Assistants. In this post candidates will get the full updates and announcements regarding “SSC CHSL Exam 2015” and its Admit Card/ Hall Ticket “SSC LDC/ DEO Admit Card 2015”. The work of application submission and scrutiny is in under process, SSC 10+2 Admit Card 2015 will be available some days prior to examination, you must have to visit this post regularly time-to-time. Paper 1 was conducted on various dates in November, December 2015. Shortlisted Candidates now have to appear for Descriptive Test.

SSC CHSL Exam 2015:Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is fully responsible to conduct a written examination named Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Examination every year. A candidate who have passed the Intermediate (10+2 Level or 12th) exam from a recognized Board is eligible to take part in this exam. Through this exam SSC recruits the candidates for the post of Lower Division Clerk or Data Entry Operator in various Govt. Ministries & Subordinate offices and this year Postal/Sorting Assistants also. SSC CHSL 2015 Descriptive Test will be conducted in the month of September, 2016.Admit Cards will be available for Download from Last week of August, 2016. Candidates are advised to keep in touch with SSC Official Website & Our Website for Latest Updates.

SSC CHSL Descriptive Test Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2015 :Written exam consist of one Subjective type paper of 100 Marks.
The questions will be set both in English & Hindi for Section 1, 3 & 4.
There will be a Typing Test of qualifying nature for written test qualified candidates.
How to Download Admit Card:- Eligible Candidates can Download their Online Admit Card or Duplicate Admit Cards. SSC Aspirants need to follow the given steps:-

Go to Website of Region, from which you apply & opted the Exam Center.
Next Step is to Click on the Download Duplicate Admit Card Link for SSC 10+2 Exam.
Online Applicants (Candidates who apply Online for the SSC Exam) can
Download their Admit Card by Submitting their Registration ID (provided at the time of Registration) & Exam City/ Date of Birth.
Candidates who know their Roll No. can Download Admit Card/ Call Letter by entering Roll No. & Exam City.
Offline Applicants/ Candidates who lost their Registration ID can Download their Duplicate Admit Card by Submitting their NAME, FATHER’S NAME, DATE OF BIRTH & EXAM CITY.

SSC CHSL Hall Ticket:Candidates can Download their Respective Duplicate Admit Cards/ Call Letter for SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (10+2 Exam) for Descriptive Test from the link given below in front of the Various Region. Candidates can Click on the Regional Link from which they choose exam city & Download Admit Card. Candidates are advised to take Print Out of the Downloaded Admit Card. Download from the given Links:-
Note :- Candidates must carry at least one photo bearing IDENTITY PROOF in original such as Driving License, Voter Card, Aadhaar Card, Identity Card issued by University/College, Income Tax Pan Card to the examination center, failing which THEY SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO APPEAR FOR THE EXAMINATION.

For More Information Visit- http://www.ssc-cr.org/status_of_candidates.php or http://www.ssc-cr.org/

Official website of SSC- http://ssc.nic.in

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