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SSC Selection Posts (Phase-V) exam 2017: Exam Scheme and Selection procedure

Sep 5, 2017 12:15 IST
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ssc selection posts pattern

Dear SSC aspirants, SSC has recently released a notification about selection posts (phase-V) exam 2017 to recruit various other posts under government departments and ministries. The notification is released on 25thAugust, 2017 and will remain active until 24thSeptember, 2017.

SSC fills those posts, which do not covered under CGL, CHSL, Stenographer & other scheduled exams. After getting selected, candidate will be deputed under Group-‘B’ & ‘C’ posts along with the respective pay scale.

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In this article, we will discuss about the exam scheme and selection procedure for the written examination. Let us get into it-

SSC Selection posts (Phase-V) Exam 2017: Matriculation level Syllabus

SSC Selection Posts: Exam Scheme

The commission will carry out three separate papers for Matriculation, Higher secondary and Graduation level posts. There will objective type questions in the examination. The further details of subjects, marks and time duration is given below-

Subject

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Total Duration

General Intelligence

25 questions

50

60 minutes (Total)

For VH/OH- 80 Minutes

English Language (Basic knowledge)

25 questions

50

Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)

25 questions

50

General Awareness

25 questions

50      

**In the above scheme, there will be a negative marking of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer.

SSC Selection posts (Phase-V) Exam 2017: Higher Secondary level Syllabus

SSC Selection Posts: Selection procedure

SSC will recruit the candidate as per the following criteria-

  1. There will be no interview for the Junior level posts and final selection will be done on the basis of score attained in objective type written examination.
  2. Candidates will be shortlisted for online examination based on the percentage marks in the essential qualification.
  3. Candidates will be shortlisted in the ratio of 1:50 means for every vacancy 50 candidates will be shortlisted, subject to availability of sufficient number of eligible candidates.
  4. Candidates will be shortlisted by the applied percentage of marks, which should be in the multiples of five. The number of candidates shortlisted may be slightly more or less due to the criteria of applying cut off in multiples of five.
  5. Marks in the final year marks statement will be considered for the shortlisting. The Commission will not take the responsibility of working out the percentage of marks by adding up the marks secured by the candidates in different subjects/each year of Graduation and instead take into account the percentage of marks / CGPA as indicated in the Final Year Marks Statement.
  6. Where the Merit of the candidate is indicated in the Final Year Marks Statement in CGPA without indicating the corresponding percentage of marks, the Commission will follow the criteria indicated by the University/Institution in the Certificate, if any, for arriving at the corresponding percentage. Otherwise, the Commission will apply the conversion formula of CGPA (as indicated in the Final Year Marks Statement) multiplied by (x) 9.5.
  7. The commission reserves the right to cancel the candidature of the candidates who will be failed to submit the related proof of the educational and other professional certificates. No appeal or representation will be entertained against such candidature.
  8. The criteria followed by the Commission in shortlisting candidates will be final. No appeal or representation will be entertained against such Shortlisting criteria.

SSC Selection posts (Phase-V) Exam 2017: Syllabus for graduation level posts

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