Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Exams Details for 2023

Staff Selection Commission

SSC Stands For Staff Selection Commission; it is a very important organization of the Indian government that conducts recruitment exams for various posts in various departments and ministries.

SSC is considered a major body of the Department of Personnel and Training, this body is run by a chairman, two members, and a secretary-cum-controller of examinations. SSC also stands for Secondary School Certificate; this exam is conducted by many boards like CBSE and state boards for 10th-grade students.

SSC was established in the year 1975; it has been active since then recruiting staff for Group B and C posts. SSC conducts various exams for this post and then finally they select the eligible candidate

The main examinations conducted by SSC are:
  • Junior Engineer Exam- JE exam
  • Combined Graduate Level Exam- CGL exam
  • Multitasking Staff Exam- MTS exam
  • Central Police Organization Exam- CPO exam
  • Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam- CHSL exam
  • General Duty Exam for Constables- GD exam
  • Stenographer Exam
SSC Syllabus:

The Staff Selection Commission decides on the SSC exam pattern and syllabus for all the related posts. The main objective of this is to give candidates a clear idea about the syllabus and exam pattern, they can easily collect the study material for exam preparation.

The exams are conducted annually for all the posts in various departments. All these sectors will come under the Government of India.


SSC CGL posts include vacancies in various government departments and ministries. The SSC CGL job profile and salary are attractive which increases the competition in the exam. Post like Junior Statistical Officer, Auditor, Assistant, Inspector, and multiple others are offered through the SSC CGL exam. The job profile, eligibility and the SSC CGL payscale vary for different posts. The details about the same and the number of vacancies for each post are released in the SSC CGL official notification.

These posts have different responsibilities and the salary is also different for different posts. The following posts come under SSC CGL Exam:

Post Name Department/Ministry Classification of The Post
Assistant Audit Officer Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG Group “B” Gazett
Assistant Accounts Officer Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG Group “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial)
Assistant Section Officer Central Secretariat Service, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Railway, Ministry of External Affairs, AFHQ Group “B”
Assistant Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations Group “B”
Inspector of Income Tax CBDT Group “C”
Inspector (Central Excise) CBIC Group “B”
Assistant Enforcement Officer Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue Group “B”
Sub Inspector Central Bureau of Investigation Group “B”
Inspector Central Bureau of Narcotics Group “B”
Junior Statistical Officer M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation Group “B”
Statistical Investigator Grade-II Registrar General of India Group “B”
Auditor Offices under C&AG, CGDA Group “C”
Accountant/ Junior Accountant Other Ministry/ Departments Group “C”
Senior Secretariat Assistant/ Upper Division Clerks Central Govt. Offices/ Ministries other than CSCS cadres Group “C”
Tax Assistant CBDT/ CBIC Group “C”
Upper Division Clerks Government Departments Group “C

Educational Qualification:

Candidates applying for the various posts need to have a bachelor's degree from a recognized university at the time of applying. Apart from this there will be additional requirements that the candidates need to fulfill to be eligible to apply.

Age Limit:

The age requirements vary from posts to post. But generally it is between 20 and 30 years. Also there are certain age relaxation criteria for the reserved candidates.


  • The candidate must hold an Indian Citizenship
  • He / She can be a Subject of Nepal or Bhutan.
  • A Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanent settlement.
  • A Person of Indian Origin (PIO) who has migrated from Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam or East African countries of Zaire, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi, with the intention of permanent settlement in India.


The exam is held by Staff Services Commission. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) was established in 1975, it is mandated to select staff for various Group B and Group C posts that come under various ministries in the Government of India. SSC also recruits for non-ministerial posts. Each year SSC conducts pan India exams like SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC JE, SSC GD, SSC CPO, SSC MTS, and SSC Stenographer exam. SSC CPO is a sought-after examination to recruit candidates in paramilitary and police forces under Central Government. Candidates must note that the recruitment pertains to the Group C and D posts in various ministries. Candidates looking for Grade A posts must apply for UPSC Capf Examination. The posts under CPO are as follows:

  • Sub-Inspector (SI) in Central Armed Police Forces
  • Sub-Inspector SI in Delhi Police
  • Sub-Inspector SI in Delhi Police- Female

What is SSC CHSL Exam?

SSC CHSL is a combined competition exam conducted to select Higher Secondary qualified students for various departments and offices of the government. The full form of SSC CHSL is the Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam.

The SSC CHSL exam includes posts such as Lower Division Clerk, Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant, Sorting Assistant, and Data Entry Operator posts. SSC can choose and suggest candidates for Assistants / Clerks posts through a computer-based test, descriptive paper, and Skill Test, or a Typing Test.

This exam is conducted every year for recruitment in many Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations of the govt. of India. The SSC conducts the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL, 10+2) exam for hiring too many posts such as:

  • Posting Assistants/Sorting Assistants (PA/SA)
  • Data Entry Operator (DEO)
  • Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)
  • Court Clerk


SSC MTS exam is a national-level exam conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) for selecting candidates in General Central Service Group-C non-gazetted, non-ministerial posts in various ministries, departments and offices of the Govt of India. The candidates shortlisted for multi-tasking staff posts are salaried with Pay Level-1 as per Pay Matrix of 7th Pay Commission with basic pay of Rs. 5,200-20,200 + Grade Pay Rs.1,800. SSC is going to conduct SSC Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff, and Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) Examination, 2023 providing job opportunities for 10th pass candidates


The fees varies for different courses, hence you are advised to contact the admission section for knowing the particular fee structure of the course you intend to study


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You can find the location easily from Google maps .The institute is in Kaloor junction.from the Kaloor junction signal you have to just enter to Kaloor-kadavanthra road and in the left side of the road you can find Sree Muruka building (before A J Hall).The building is just opposite to Kaloor bus stand building and 25 meters from Kaloor metro station