Friday, 8 June 2018

SSC CHSL Result 2018 - Check Combined Higher Secondary Level Region Wise Result Online

SSC CHSL - Staff Selection Commission Combined High School Level Exam 2018 Results and details: So after SSC MTS, We have yet another recruitment which will be of SSC CHSL which is officially announced now. The last date to apply for SSC CHSL exam is 27th December 2018 up to 5 PM IST. You can find all details about the exam result, dates and updates here.

Candidates who successfully completed exams and interviews will be posted in various categories which include Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators, Lower Divisional Clerks and Court Clerk. Tier 1 exam will be from 4th March to 26th March 2018. The exam will last for 60 Minutes. The subjects of CHSL Tier 1 exams consists of General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension. The exams will be conducted in various shifts in a day.

The four section consists of 25 questions and each section have maximum marks of 50. The total marks for tier 1 exams will be 200. Candidates who qualified for Tier 1 will move on to tier II exam which will be on 8th July 2018. You can find Vacancy details and eligibility criteria below. Let's check out more details about SSC CHSL exam result 2018, important dates, admit card details and more information below.

SSC CHSL 2018
Date of Examination
4th March to 26th March 2018
Age Limit
18 to 27 years as on 01.08.2018
Admit Card
Download Here
Answer Key
Result
Result Date
June 2018

SSC CHSL Result 2018


Right after the Tier I exam, SSC will officially publish the result date for CHSL. CHSL result will be announced during the June month. The expected date of the result publication is June 15, 2018. The results will be avaialbe in the PDF format. We will update the result information after getting the official confirmation from SSC. The notification regarding the results will be released on the SSC website. The results of different regions will be available on the website. The timing of the result publication has not announced yet. Just bookmark this page to get updates in the coming days.

The result will be published either in PDF format, or you can check by entering hall ticket details in the desired fields. The SSC CHSL 2016 final exams results were published in the month of February 16th, 2018 which is now available on the official SSC website. The candidates can check their name, roll number and more detail in the result PDF document.

More than 6 million candidates have appeared for the SSC CHSL tier 1 examination. There will be a huge rush in the official SSC CHSL website to search the results, so there are chances of getting website crashed. A huge number of candidates will be waiting to check the results of SSC CHSL exams 2018. Let's check out the complete guide to checking SSC CHSL result 2018 below. The candidates can also check for the latest updates through the Staff Selection Commission official website.

How to check SSC CHSL Exam result?


Just follow the instructions quoted below and get your result without any issues. The result will be published region wise.

1. First, enter the official portal of SSC - Staff Selection Commision

2. Click on "Result Section" which will be listed on the home screen of ssc.nic.in.

3. There will be "Write up" section for Cut offs and "Result" to get your CHSL result.

4. Enter your Name and Roll Number into desired fields.

5. If it's in PDF format, download the file of your region.

After getting results, take printouts and keep it for future references.



Important dates to remember for SSC CHSL 2018

Just note down the dates for CHSL exam 2018 for future references.

Registration starts: 18th November 2018

Closing Date: 27th December 2018

Offline Challan Generation closing date: 22nd December 2017

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Admit Card Release Date: 22nd February 2018

Tier I exam date: 4th March to 26th March 2018

Tier II exam: 8th July 2018

Tier  I exam Answer Key Release Date - April 20, 2018.

Tier  I exam Result date: 15th June 2018 ( Not yet finalized)

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is conducting the CHSL examination (10+2) to fill 3259 vacancies this year. The SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) recruitment 2018 exams will be done in three tiers. The examinations will take place in March 2018.  Various notifications have already announced on the website of staff selection commission. The online application process was started from 18th November 2017. The closing date for applying online has further extended to 27th December 2017.

The candidates who are appearing for the exams will be eagerly looking for the SSC CHSL Cut off marks 2018. The SSC will announce the 2018 CHSL cutoff marks officially in the coming days. The cut off marks will be declared in various regions. The notifications regarding the cut off marks will also be released in the official SSC website. The candidates will get an idea of 2018 cut off marks by looking the previous year's SSC CHSL Cut off marks, Check them below.

SSC CHSL Examination 2016, 2015, 2014 Cut Off Marks

The candidates who appeared for the exam should score marks which are equal to cut-offs. Different category of candidates has different cut-offs. Here are the SSC CHSL Cut off marks of the years 2016, 2015 and 2014 in different categories. 

 Category  Cut Off Marks
 2016  2015  2014
 General  127.5  119  120
 OBC  120  110  108
 SC  108  99  95
 ST  99  89.5  86
 VH  96  83.5  82
 OH  97.5  88  84
 HH  65  55  53
 EX-Servicemen  64.5  45.5

Check out the SSC CHSL 2018 expected cut off marks below

General candidates must score a minimum of 125-135.
OBC must score – 108-118.
SC must score marks equal to 95-105
Visually Handicapped people must score 85-95.
Other handicapped people must score 85-95.
The Hearing Handicapped person must score a minimum of 65-68.
Ex-Service Men must score a minimum of 54-64 marks.

Vacancies for SSC CHSL Examination 2018

This year the Staff Selection Commission is conducting CHSL examination for filling the posts of Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/Junior Sorting Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operator (DEO). Totally there are 3259 vacancies available. Postal Assistant/Lower Division Clerk post has the most number of vacancies (2359). SSC is providing a pay scale of Rs.5200-20200 for all these posts. While LDC/JSA posts have a grade pay of Rs.1900, the grade pay for the PA/SA and DEO posts is Rs.2400. The complete details of the CHSL exams 2018 vacancies are also be obtained from the official website. The candidates can now start working hard for the exams to get this dream job.

 Here are the details of tentative vacancies for each of the posts.

 Post Number of Vacancies
 Lower Division Clerk/Junior Sorting Assistant 898
 Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant 2359
 Data Entry Operator 2

SSC CHSL 2018 Examination Centres

The candidates who have applied for the SSC CHSL exams 2018 will be looking for their exam centres. The exam centres will be allocated according to the choice that candidates have given in their application. There are around 10 to 15 CHSL examination centres allotted for each region to accommodate the candidates. The region with the most number of examination centres is Western Region (WR). The region with least number of examination centres is Kerala-Karnataka Region(KKR). 

Kerala-Karnataka Region has 9 examination centres. There are a total of 129 examination centres all across the country for SSC CHSL examination. The candidates should check their examination centres clearly so that there will not be any confusion. The centre of exams will be mentioned in the hall ticket/admit card.  Below are the details of the number of centres for each region tabulated:


 Central region (CR) 11
 Eastern region (ER) 16
 Kerala Karnataka region (KKR) 9
 Northern region (NR) 15
 North Eastern Region (NER) 12
 Southern region (SR) 14
 Western Region (WR) 22
 Madhya Pradesh Sub-region (MPR) 15
 North Western Sub-region (NWR) 15

SSC CHSL Examination 2018 Admit Card/Hall Ticket

The candidates can easily download the admit card or hall ticket for the SSC CHSL 2018 exams from the official SSC website. The admit card/hall tickets of the CHSL exams was released on 22nd February 2018 (Thursday). The admit cards of different regions are available on the SSC website. The applied individuals need to click on the SSC CHSL admit card link and enter the Registration/Roll Number, Date of Birth and region. The admit card will be released separately for different regions. The hall tickets will be available on the website of SSC just before 1 month of the examination. The candidates should make sure that they have taken the admit card for the exams before entering the exam hall. The candidates can take a print out of the admit card from the official website once it has released.

SSC CHSL 2018 Answer Key

The SSC CHSL answer keys are now available for the candidates from the offfcial website. The answer keys was released on April 20th 2018 (Friday). The answer keys of the 2018 SSC CHSL exams was released one month before the result date. The candidates can check the updates regarding the answer keys here. The candidates can also have the opportunity to raise the objections regarding the answer keys till a specific date which will be announced later. The negative mark for the wrong answers is 0.25. The candidates will get an idea of the marks they scored by checking the answer keys.

The appeared candidates can check the answer keys of SSC CHSL 2018 exams by entering into the official SSC website. Just like the search for the result, there will also be a huge rush in search of the answer keys so the candidates can check back after some time at the website. There will be the answer key link in the SSC homepage and candidates can get the answer key by entering the username, password and exam date and finally click on the submit button. The candidates can also challenge the answer keys of SSC CHSL 2017 Tier 1 exams by April 26th, 2018 6.00 PM. The previous date was 24th April which was extended due to some problems in the official website of SSC.

How to follow the Answer key

Once the Answer key is out the SSC authorities will be announcing. Many candidates have appeared for the exams and these candidates are eagerly waiting for the answer key because that will help the candidates to check the answer keys as per the dates and as per the set of question paper roll number wise.

Provisional Answer Key


At the first place a tentative answer key will be uploaded in the website and then after some days the final answer key will be uploaded. Candidates must keep an eye at the official website for updates. Very soon after the exam this provisional answer key will be published and that will enable the candidate with an idea of their performance in the exam. If there is any doubt on the answer key one can submit the same for correction even. Within one week one can submit the objection on the answer key and for that the candidates need to pay Rs.100/- by online mode. The SSC will make the correction on the answer key and will then upload the final answer key in their official website.

Final Answer Key 2018


After the submission of the objection, the final answer key 2018 is published and this is based on the corrections done after provisional answer key. This final one is published in the website after one month of the exam. The candidate who appeared should visit the official website regularly for any updated information both for results and answer key 2018.

Following steps to follow for downloading the answer key:

One should visit the official website of SSC CHSL.
Search the answer key link on the home page and then click on it.
Whatever information the link is asking for, one should provide and then submit.
After all these Answer Key will appear on the screen.
Now the candidate has to download it in PDF format and take a print out for convenience.


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Monday, 23 April 2018

CBSE 12th Result 2018

Central Board of Secondary Education is all set and ready to declare 12th class result. CBSE 12th class exams started on 9th March and ended on 29th April 2018. From the latest news, CBSE 10th exam result will be declared on 21st May 2018. Just make sure you have an active internet connection during the declaration day.

CBSE 10th result will be published after one week of 12th result announcement. There are a lot of confusions hanging around regarding the result date, and still, the date is not officially fixed by the board. Just bookmark this site for updates. In 2016, the 12th result was published on 21st May, but this time, there will be delays due to Assembly elections 2018, but the board is working hard to post the result soon. So let's check out more on CBSE 12th board exam result date and updates.


RESULT DATE: 24TH MAY 2018

CBSE 12th Exam Result 2018


A total of 12,30,145 students appeared for CBSE 12th exam in 2018, and you all need to check the result online only. There will be a high chance of getting issues on the official website of CBSE during the result time, so we provide you best links to check your result online without any problems.

Check CBSE 12th class result online here.

Steps to check CBSE 12th results online


There will be no complications in checking 12th CBSE results in 2018. Just follow the steps below.

* Open the official website of CBSE here: http://cbseresults.nic.in/

* Click on the link containing the text "CBSE 12th class result."

* Enter your Hall ticket number and Date of Birth.

* Click Submit.

* Your result will appear on the screen. Just take printouts.

So you got the result now. Just download PDF of the result in your desktop and note down each subject grades/marks carefully. Now you can start planning your future.

Read more on CBSE 10th result here

Result Date:


I think almost all students searching the internet for CBSE 12th result date. More than 10 lakh students are eagerly waiting for the result. According to the latest news from CBSE, the result will be declared at the end of May or on the first week of June maximum. Still, there is no official confirmation regarding this. Stay tuned for updates in the coming days.

CBSE 12th exam result date: 21st May 2018

About the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)


CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the most authority board of school level education in India. CBSE monitors and manages different schools across various states in India affiliated with CBSE like Kendriya Vidyalayas,  Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, etc. The board also conducts 10th and 12th exams for CBSE students every year.

Just bookmark or note down this posts for future updates about CBSE 12th result.

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Saturday, 21 April 2018

SSC CHSL Exams 2018 Answer Key

The SSC CHSL Answer key has now uploaded by the Staff Selection Committee in their official site. The answer keys of CHSL exams 2018 were released on 20th April 2018 (Friday). A candidate who will be appearing for the Tier 1 Exam can download the answer key. For downloading the Answer key, the candidates have to log in the official website with their Roll Number, Password and their Date of Birth. With the help of these answer key, one will be able to assess and know how much they will be scoring even before the CHSL results are announced officially.

From this official site of the committee, candidates will be able to calculate the score and know more details which they are seeking for.


Who will issue the Answer Key?


The Answer Key will be released by the authority officially, and that will be their first release. With the help of this first release, the candidates will chalk out their challenges. Based on this the Commission will come out with a final release of answer key for Tier I exam 2018. A candidate will be able to download these answer keys set wise both the answers and the questions.  This process of Answer key is applicable for all pasts for which the exams are held.

How can one use the Answer Key?


There will be 200 questions, and each question will carry one mark each. For correct answers, the marking will be +1, and for any negative marking, there will be -0.25 negative marking for incorrect answer. The exams will be conducted in different centers, and this will be written exams which will continue from 4th March to 26th March 2018. The answer Keys will be available on the official website. Candidates can go through the answer keys and if they want they can send representation within a due date given by the commission. Answer Key is usually available in PDF format. One should download the answers form the website, take a print out and then they tally with their answers to get an idea of their scores.

Answer Keys are correct or not


Answer Keys are normally made by the experts, teachers, and institutions. Candidates should keep in mind there is some difference between the answer sheet of the candidates and the answer key published by the teachers and experts. These answer keys are usually correct and are published after the just after the exams are over.

Marks calculated 


Total marks are 200, and there are four categories there are 50 marks each. Each question carries one marks. Marks obtained for the correct answer is 1 which gets subtracted from some negative marking questions.


When will the Answer Key release


The SSC has officially released the answer keys in the staff selection commission website. The Answers Key for SSC CHSL 2018 is likely to release after the exams are over. The exam will start from March 4th and will end on 26th March 2018. So, it is expected to be released and published in April 2018. Candidates should keep an eye on the website for the news and regularly update after their exam.
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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Check CBSE 10th Result 2018 Online

Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has successfully conducted the 10th standard board exams for the academic year 2018. Now the CBSE on its way to publish the results. The examinations this year delayed by a few days owing to the Assembly Elections in many states. The rumors are spreading and surfacing regarding the publication date of CBSE 10th results. It is most expected to be in the first or second week of May 2018.



RESULT DATE: 2ND JUNE 2018 (Expected)

CBSE 10th exam Result 2018


Check CBSE 10th class Result online here: http://cbseresults.nic.in/. If you are having any trouble in checking the results, just follow the steps below.

How to Check the CBSE 10th Results online?


The results of CBSE class 10 results are published through CBSE's official site www.cbse.nic.in.
To stay in touch with the updates, you can go to the official site often or subscribe to our site so that you will get update notification instantly when an update is available.
To know the CBSE result go through the following steps
1. A stable internet connection is needed to check the results, make sure that you have one
2. You should also know the registration number,
3. Open the link CBSE results.nic.in in your browser
4. You can find "CBSE Tenth Result 2018" link on the official website. Click on it.
5. You will be directed to a new page which asks for registration number and date of birth. Enter your registration number and birth date in the specified fields.
6. click Submit button
7. Note down the subject marks, total marks and percentage of marks. If required take a printout.

Still, you are facing issues, just comment below. We will check your results online and send to your emails.

Result Date


Tenth results are important for students as they are a major deciding factor in one's career. Eager Students are exploring online daily to know about the examination result dates. This year the total number waiting to are aware of their tenth results is 10,98,420 from 10 different regions. Last year a total of 10,65,179 applied for the tenth board exams. The overall pass percentage of last year was 83%. Trivandrum Region of CBSE scored highest pass percentage in CBSE tenth examinations.

The pass rate of Trivandrum region was 97.61%. While analyzing the gender-based statistics, girls had higher pass rate than boys. The pass percentage of girls students was 88%, and that of boys were 78%. The total number of examination this year is 3503. Last year it was 3757. Most probably the results will be published before 15 of May, given no other unexpected events happen that can delay the date.


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Tuesday, 3 April 2018

RRB ALP and Technician Exam 2018 Result, Cut Off Marks and Answer Key

RRB (Railway Recruitment Board) is conducting exams for the posts for ALP (Assistant Loco Pilot) and Technicians. A total of 26,502 vacancies will be filled by the RRB by conducting the 2018 exams. The RRB ALP and Technicians selection will be made in 3 phases. The first phase of the process will be the online exam, the second phase is the computer-based test objective and the final phase is the document verification. Interested candidates were able to register for the exams by applying online.

The notification regarding the exams was released on 2nd February 2018 and the online applying process was started on 3rd February 2018. The lasts date for applying for the exams was 31st March 2018. The candidate's age should be between 18-28 years are eligible to appear for the exams. The application fees for the General/OBC were Rs. 500 and for the SC/ST/Female/PWD was Rs. 250.
The RRB ALP and Technicians 2018 exams will be conducted in the month of April and May 2018.


The candidates can start preparing well for the exams and it is a dream of everyone to get a government job. The appeared candidate will be eagerly waiting for the RRB ALP and Technician Exam 2018 Result once the exams are over. The complete information regarding the results cut off marks etc will be updated here. The cut-off marks and answer keys of the RRB ALP and Technician exams will be released in the official RRB websites before the result date. Check out the RRB ALP and Technician Exam 2018 result, cut off marks, answer key, vacancy details etc below.

RRB ALP (Assistant Loco Pilot) and Technician Exam 2018 Results  


The RRB ALP and Technician exams will take place in the month April/May 2018 and every appeared candidate will be waiting for the results date. The results will be declared in the month of August 2018. The candidates can also check out the official website of RRB to get the notifications regarding the results. The candidates can check the results by filling the required details such as roll number/registration number, date of birth. Those who have qualified the phase 1 online exams can attend the phase 2 which is computer based test objective.

RRB ALP and Technician 2018 Cut Off Marks


The RRB ALP and Technician exams cut off marks will be released on the official RRB website. The candidates can download the cut off marks of various categories from the site. The cut off marks will be declared before 1 month or week of results date. Check out the expected cut off marks of the RRB ALP and Technician Exam 2018 below.

 Category Cut Off Marks
 UR 73.43
 SC 63.89
 ST 54.87
 OB 70.05
 ESBM 63.27

RRB ALP and Technician Examination 2018 Answer Key


The candidate can get an idea of how they scored on the exams by checking the answer keys. The RRB ALP and Technician exam answer keys will be released one month before the result date. The candidates can check for the answer key notifications at the official RRB website.

RRB ALP and Technician 2018 Vacancies

The total number of vacancies, both ALP and technician combined, is 27,019. The number of vacancies for Assistant Loco pilot is 17,849 and for technician staffs, the total vacancies are 9170. The southern railway zone itself has nearly fifty percent of the total vacancies. The southern railway zone has 13,911 vacancies.

RRB ALP and Technician 2018 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility requirements for ALP and Technician posts are as follows:

RRB ALP 2018 Eligibility Criteria


The candidate should have completed matriculation or tenth with ITI and apprenticeship. The candidate who has degree or diploma in engineering is also eligible to apply.

RRB Technician 2018 Eligibility Criteria


For technician post the candidate should have either of the following:

1. Matriculation/tenth with ITI diploma and apprenticeship.
2. Plus 2 with physics/chemistry as subjects
3. Engineering diploma

Age limit for ALP and Technician


Those should have completed 18 years of age and having age not less than 28, as on July 1, 2018 can apply. The reserved categories get relaxation in age as per government rules.

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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

SSC CHSL Exams Cut Off Marks 2018

Staff Selection Commission examination organized by Government of India for recruiting staffs in any Government Department, Ministries or organizations. This selection process is based on Combined Higher Secondary Level examination for various posts in different departments. The Government authorities after a detailed study on previous year’s exam pattern, vacancies and cut-off have come up with 2018 cut-off marks for the exam. It is always better than the candidates prepare themselves for scoring as much as they can and not just look up to the cut-off marks or the minimum marks.

It is time for all candidates to look forward to giving your best and get a chance to serve our government with best of your ability. It is always better to know about the cut-off or the minimum marks to be scored for the exam because this will help the candidate to be mentally prepared and then get geared up for the exam. But every candidate should try to get good marks and not just the minimum marks.


Basic Details of the SSC CHSL exams

All examines should know the details of the exam and for their information, some details of the exams are mentioned.

Organizer of the exam; Staff Selection Commission
Exam Name: Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination
Exams for the posts: Postal and Sorting Assistant, Lower Division Clerk/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Data Entry Operator
Total Vacancies: 3259
Tier -I Exam Date: 4th March- 26th March 2018
Tier-II Exam Date: 8th July 2018

Cut-off Marks for 2018 out of 200 marks

SSC decided that the cut-off marks for general candidates are 127-130, for OBC candidates is 120-125, for SC candidates is 119-125, ST candidates are 105-112, Visually Handicapped or other handicapped candidates the cut-off is 97-106, for Hearing Handicapped person 65-68 and for Ex-servicemen candidates it is 65-67. This year authorities increased the cut-off marks so that the candidates can prepare and aim for the more better result.

Also Read: How to check ssc chsl result online

How to score Cut-off in SSC CHSL Exam


Year after year it is observed that the cut-offs are increasing. In one hand it is a burden and mental pressure for the candidate and at the same times it challenging as well. To get not only the cut-off marks but to achieve better results in Staff Selection Commission exam one should go through the ten years question papers, take proper guidance from experienced candidates who appeared for these kinds of exams earlier.

These days there are a lot of tuition classes available which helps the candidate to score not only the minim marks but also to score good marks and get through this exam for a secured future job. One needs to follow the question paper and solve the answers sheet as guided and attend the regular tuitions so that they never miss a single mock test which is very important. Half of the questions are discussed in the exams and classes. The question of these exams are very basic so it is advisable to score the maximum amount of marks because the cut-off marks in 2018 are high and negative marking is also present. Preparation should be done keeping all these aspects in mind. One most important reason for high cut-off marks is the increase in the number of candidates appearing for the exam.

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Thursday, 22 February 2018

SSC CHSL Exam Admit Card 2018 All Regions

SSC CHSL has already notified that examination will be starting from March 4 onwards. One thing not to forget before going to the exam is the admit card. The SSC has released the admit/hall ticket of the examination on 22nd February 2018. The candidates should enter the Roll Number/Registration Number and the Date of Birth to download the admit card. 

We will update the posts once the admit card notification comes on the official website. You can subscribe to us to stay connected with us for an update on the SSC CHSL exams. The candidate has to keep a hard copy of the admit card while going to the examinations.


How to download the SSC CHSL 2018 Admit card?


Just follow the instructions below and get your SSC CHSL 2018 Admit card from the official website of SSC. Admit card will be available in PDF format. Just download and take printouts.

Step 1: From your browser, log on to official website of SSC.
Step 2: Second step is selecting your region. Select the region you have chosen for writing the examination.
Step 3: Now click on the " Click Here" button below.
Step 4: In a new screen, there will be two text boxes for typing in your name or registration/roll number. Type in your details
Step 5: Hit the "Submit" button
Step 6: You will be taken to a new page in which you will be shown your admit card.
Step 7: Download the admit card as PDF and take a printout of it.

Here are the details you should know correctly for getting your admit card.

1. Registration number/Name
2. Date of birth

Region wise Admit card


The admit cards of different regions are now available on the SSC website. Choose your regions and download your SSC CHSL admit card below.

 Staff Selection Commission Regions  Admit Card Link
 Eastern Region (ER) http://www.sscer.org/
 SSC Southern Region (SR) http://www.sscsr.gov.in/
 SSC Karnataka Region (KKR)  http://www.ssckkr.kar.nic.in/
 SSC Central Region (CR) http://ssc-cr.org/
 Northern Region (NR) http://sscnr.net.in/newlook/Site/index.html
 North Eastern Region (NER) http://www.sscner.org.in/
 Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR) http://www.sscmpr.org/
 Western Region (WR) http://www.sscwr.net/
 North Western Region (NWR) http://www.sscnwr.org/index.php?type=new

Related post: SSC CHSL exam result 2018 all regions

What to do after getting Admit card


Paste a recent photo of yours on it, in the rectangular space provided. After that in the space for the signature, put your signature exactly like the one you uploaded during applying. Another thing is you should also keep a valid ID proof with you. The examination supervisor will not permit you to write the examination if you don't have a valid ID with you. Make sure you have one with you. It could be a passport, driving license, Adhar card or any other that is acceptable as a valid ID.

If you are searching for Exam centres for SSC CHSL exam 2018, Go here.


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