Friday, April 6, 2018

Staff selection commission – Holds a great part in recruiting candidates for Central Govt Departments

Staff Selection Commission (or) SSC is a Central Government Organization for manpower recruitment in the various departments, ministries of Government of India and its subordinate offices overall the country. During 1967-68 Staff Selection Commission had come into the existence. Primarily its name was Service Selection Commission, to recruit lower category posts in various government sectors. It was renamed as Subordinate Services Commission in the year of 1975 and since 1977 it was started to be known as the Staff Selection Commission. At New Delhi, the SSC Headquarters is located. The cities, Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Guwahati, Allahabad, Kolkata, and Delhi have regional offices. At Raipur and Chandigarh, two sub-regional offices are there. SSC conducts various levels of examination to fill-up eligible candidates in different government sectors. It periodically conducts exams throughout the year.

What are the functions of Staff Selection Commission?

Staff Selection Commission is only the responsible committee for recruiting candidates in Group B & Non-Technical Group C posts at various ministries, Government departments of India. It conducts recruitment in the said groups for subordinate offices also.

Staff Selection Commission conducts Written Exam and Personal Interview for recruiting candidates. The committee conducts online/offline written exams at the various examination centres around the country. The SSC committee also considers complaints and grievances registered by the candidates during the recruitment process; it strives to work better in future on the issues.

SSC conducts written exams on National Level for various posts such as Auditors,Statistical Investigators,Tax Assistants,Divisional Accountants,Sub Inspector in CBI,Inspectors of Central Excise,Junior Engineer in CPWD,Income Tax officer,Accountants,Section Officer, Stenographers,Lower Division Clerks,Assistants, etc. various government departments.

In order to make every educational background candidates appear for the Staff Selection Commission Exams, the committee conducts exams for different educational levels. Secondary, Senior secondary, Graduates, Post Graduates, and Management etc can apply for their respective and eligible posts.

Staff Selection Commission also takes responsibility in giving adequate information, suggestions to the different departments of government regarding the manpower. It also asks the details of different departments’ vacancies and eligibility for the posts.

SSC also selects and prepares questions for various exams and evaluates the papers, finally produces the list of selected candidates. With the instruction of Central Government SSC performs tasks and functions from time to time.

How to Crack Staff Selection Exams successfully?

  • First, thoroughly know the syllabus of the exam.
  • Then, be familiar with the updated exam pattern.
  • To understand better, make notes in your mother tongue.
  • Try to solve previous year question papers as much as possible.
  • Discover your preparation level by appearing online mock tests.
  • Discuss with your SSC faculties, students regarding queries.
  • Refer good material for preparing SSC exam.
  • Update with day-to-day current affairs.
  • Dedicate a special time for your preparation whether you are a student or employee or a housewife.
  • “Time Management” is the essential one. So, try to focus on that.
  • Understand study, revise and get through your SSC exams successfully.

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