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Before Applying for WBSSC Clerk and Group D Posts, Know its Selection Procedure in Details

Aug 10, 2016 15:40 IST

    West Bengal Staff Selection Commission (WBSSC) has issued job notification for 4923 vacancies in Group D and Clerk Posts. Interested candidates can apply for the post before 31 August 2016.

    The West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC) has been designated to conduct 3rd Regional Level Selection Test, 2016 for post of Non-Teaching Staff namely Clerk and Group-D Staff (Peon, Laboratory Attendant, Night Guard, Matron, Helper) in Recognized Non-Govt. aided/Sponsored/Junior High/Secondary/Higher Secondary Schools in West Bengal against the vacancies available under the W.B. School Service Commission (Selection of Persons for Appointment to the post of Non-Teaching Staff)Rules, 2009, and subsequent amendments.

    After candidates have applied for the post, all they need to know is how they can prepare better for the exam. A quick look into the selection procedure and exam pattern will help aspirants to drive on the right track that can bring success. 

    Every organization has its way to select candidates, and West Bengal SSC also has a set pattern for selection. This article will help you to get a comprehensive idea about the selection procedure and exam pattern that the organization follows.

    Selection Procedure and exam pattern for both Group ‘D’ post and Clerk post is different from the other. Let us take a wide view of Selection Procedure for WBSSC Recruitment 2016 for 4923 Group D and Clerk Posts below.

    Selection Procedure

    Manner of Selection to the Post of Clerk

    Selection to the posts of the Clerk shall be made strictly on the basis of merit. The merit will be determined by the results of the Regional Level Selection Test comprising written examination (MCQ Type), and evaluation of academic qualifications and Personality Tests with Typing and Computer Proficiency of the candidates in the manner as specified in the following schedule:

    1.

    Written Examination (MCQ Type)

    60 Marks

     

    2.

    Academic qualification including professional qualifications

    10 Marks

     

    3.

    Personality Test

    with typing and computer proficiency

    [Personality Test---- 05 Marks + Typing using computer

    and computer proficiency

    ---25 Marks]

    (Appearance before the Personality Test Board is

    Compulsory)

    30 Marks

    Take a quick look on the Syllabus for Written Examination of Clerk Post

    Manner of Selection to the Post of Group D Staff

    Selection to the posts of the Group D Staffshall be made strictly on the basis of merit. The merit will be determined by the results of the Regional Level Selection Test comprising written examination (MCQ Type) and personality test of the candidates in the manner as specified in the following schedule :

    1.

    Written Examination (MCQ Type)

    45 Marks

    2.

    Personality Test

    (Appearance before the Personality Test Board is

    Compulsory)

    05 Marks

    • Candidates will be allowed to apply under any one medium of Instruction for the Post of Clerk.
    • Candidates will be allowed to apply only for one Post under Group-D category under any one medium of instruction.

    Get Syllabus for Written Examination of Group D Staff Post

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