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Last updated time: 07 March 2023, 17:37 IST
Check Steps to Apply for SSC Selection After Round XI (Representative Image)
The computer-based recruitment test will be held in June-July 2023 (preliminary). Candidates can make corrections in the application forms from April 3 to April 5 till 11 PM.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the official notification for Phase XI Exam 2023. According to the notification, online submission of forms has already started and will end on March 27. Candidates can apply for recruitment. SSC at ssc.nic.in. Candidates can make corrections in the application forms from April 3 to April 5 till 11 PM.
The computer-based recruitment test will be held in June-July 2023 (preliminary). SSC aims to fill a total of 5,369 vacancies in various departments through this recruitment drive. Candidates are informed about vacancies, eligibility criteria, selection process etc. before applying for the post. It is recommended to read the official notification carefully for further details regarding.
SSC XI Recruitment 2023 Round: Steps to Apply
Step 1: Go to SSC official website at ssc.nic.in
Step 2: Register and login to the portal.
Step 3: Then go to Application – Others – Phase XI/2023/Select Entries.
Step 4: Select the desired entry, fill the application form, upload all required documents and pay the fee
Step 5: Preview the form once and submit as requested.
Step 6: Save, download and print version for future use.
SSC XI Recruitment 2023 Round: Application Fee
Candidates have to pay an application fee of Rs.100 while applying for SSC Phase XI recruitment exam 2023.
SSC XI Recruitment 2023 Round: Exam Pattern
There will be three separate computer-based examinations consisting of multiple choice questions (MCQs) of objective type for posts with minimum educational qualification (10th class), higher secondary (12th class), graduation and above. Even skill tests like Typing/Computer Literacy Tests/Data Entry and others are marked as essential qualifications. In addition, document verification is carried out by the concerned regional units, followed by document verification.
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