Staff Selection Commission conducts written examination for various posts every year and the examination is attended by thousands of aspiring candidates who want to join the government banking sector. These candidates are from all wakes of life and try to penetrate through to the government job sector in order to secure a future amidst this weakening job market in the country. Many of the candidates try to get into these jobs so that they can secure their lives and make sure that they advance gradually into higher posts after getting in.
These opportunities are thus quite vital for the aspirants and in order to get through to the examination and end up getting a job, candidates devote much of their time to preparations every day.
For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates there are certain provisions which allow them to enjoy certain relaxations in terms of fees, educational qualification and upper age limit. These relaxations are mentioned in the constitution of India and are abided by the Staff Selection Commission as well. The constitution also guarantees reservation for SC/ST candidates in various posts in different government departments and offices. SSC too provides such reservation for these candidates, making the path a little easier for them to break. There is a list of facilities and reservations given to the candidates applying for SSC examination with SC/ST quota:
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