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What is the Probation Period for SSC CGL Posts?

Jul 20, 2016 12:09 IST
    What is the Probation Period for SSC CGL Posts
    What is the Probation Period for SSC CGL Posts

    What is Probation Period?

    Probation period is defined as the period during which a candidate is examined as per the requirements of a job. There is the concept of probation period in each and every job as even in banks, any autonomous body, one will find this concept. However, rest be assured, for government jobs like SSC CGL, it is just a nominal formality and not a means for firing an individual like that mostly happens for private organizations.

    Entitlements of Employees during Probation

    Though the probation period has certain limitations in terms of perks and benefits, the normal salary and allowances are provided to an employee during this period and if the employee feels that there is something injustice being pursued against him or her, he or she has the liberty to take the legal recourse.

    Probation Period for SSC Jobs

    Normally, in any central government job, the probation period is of 2 years as both UPSC and SSC go for a probation period of 2 years. So, normally, there is a probation period of 2 years for all the posts of Assistants in Central Secretariat Service, Central Vigilance Commission, Election Commission of India, Tax Inspector in Central Board of Direct Taxes, Central Board of Excise and Customs, Assistant Enforcement Officer etc.

    Implications of Probation Period in SSC CGL Jobs

    For central government jobs, candidates should not worry about probation period at all because once selected after passing medical examinations and physical standard test, it is unlikely and rare that anybody will ask you to leave the job during the probation period. Hence, the 2 year probation period can be seen like a learning experience because this is the best time to learn new things and enjoy that experience without worrying about the consequences since, hardly, real responsibility comes in this phase.

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