SSC CGL 2020 notification released
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SSC CGL 2020 notification released, application process begins – education

The Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) published the notice of the Combined Graduate Level Exam 2020 on its official website: ssc.nic.in on Tuesday. The online application process also began on December 29. Applicants can apply online until January 31, 2021. According to the official notification, the SSC CGL 2020 exam will take place from May 25 to June 7, 2021. There are a total of 32 positions for which they will be notified subsequently the number of vacancies.

Positions include assistant audit officer, assistant accounting officer, assistant, inspector, deputy inspector, senior division secretary, tax assistant, etc. The minimum age is 18 and the maximum is 32. However, different positions have different age limit criteria. Candidates are encouraged to read the official notice to verify the details of the posts before applying. The pay scale varies from job to job, from level 8 to level 4.

Official Notice SSC CGL 2020

Key dates:

Dates for submitting online applications: 12-29-2020 to 01-31-2021

Last date and time of receipt of online applications: 01-31-2021 (23:30)

Last date and time to pay the online fee: 02-02-2021 (23:30)

Last date and time for Challan offline generation: 02-04-2021 (23:30)

Last payment date through Challan (during Bank business hours): 02-06-2021

Computer exam schedule (Level I): 05-29-2021 to 06-07-2021

Educational qualification:

Audit Assistant / Accounting Assistant:

Essential Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University or Institute.

Desirable Qualifications: Chartered Accountant or Management and Cost Accountant or Company Secretary or Master of Commerce or Master of Business Studies or Master of Business Administration (Finance) or Master of Business Economics

Junior Statistical Officer:

Bachelor’s degree in any subject from a recognized University or Institute with at least 60% grades in Mathematics at standard 12 level;

OR

Bachelor’s degree in any subject with Statistics as one of the undergraduate subjects.

All other publications:

Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University or equivalent.

Candidates appearing in the final year of their graduation may also apply, however they must possess an essential qualification on or before 01-01-2021

Exam outline:

The exam will be conducted in four levels as follows:

Level I: computer-based exam

Level II: computer-based exam

Level III: Pencil and paper mode (descriptive paper)

Level IV: Computer Proficiency Test / Data Entry Skill Test (where applicable).

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