SSC CHSL 2024 Notification Released – Eligibility, Exam Date

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Calling all job aspirants! The wait is finally over. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the much-anticipated notification for the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Examination 2024. This is your chance to land a coveted government job with a stable career and good benefits.

Important Dates to Remember:

  • Application Period: April 8, 2024 – May 7, 2024 (Don’t wait till the last minute!)
  • Tier-I Exam (Computer Based Test): June-July 2024 (Exact dates to be announced)
  • Tier-II Exam (Computer Based Test): Dates to be notified later

Vacancies and Posts:

The official notification details the number of vacancies available for various positions like Lower Division Clerk (LDC), Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant (PA), Sorting Assistant (SA), and Data Entry Operator (DEO). Keep an eye on the official SSC website ( for the exact number of vacancies.

Eligibility Criteria:

Before applying, ensure you meet the eligibility criteria set by the SSC. This includes factors like educational qualification, age limit, and nationality. Refer to the official notification for a detailed breakdown of the eligibility requirements.

Selection Process:

The SSC CHSL recruitment process involves two stages:

  • Tier-I Exam: This computer-based test assesses your skills in reasoning, general awareness, quantitative aptitude, and English language comprehension.
  • Tier-II Exam: This exam is designed to evaluate your writing skills, comprehension, and basic knowledge of statistics.

How to Apply:

Applications for SSC CHSL 2024 can be submitted online only through the official SSC website. The application process involves filling out an online form, uploading scanned documents, and paying the required fees.

Preparation Tips:

With the application window open, it’s time to ramp up your preparation. Here are some tips:

  • Review the syllabus and exam pattern: Familiarize yourself with the topics covered in both tiers of the exam.
  • Practice with mock tests and previous year’s papers: This will help you understand the difficulty level and improve your time management skills.
  • Focus on your weak areas: Identify areas where you struggle and dedicate extra time to strengthen them.
  • Stay updated with current affairs: General awareness is a key component of the exam.

Additional Resources:

  • SSC Website:
  • Previous Years’ Papers (available online)
  • Online Coaching Institutes (many options available)

This is your chance to secure a promising government job. Start preparing today and make the most of this opportunity!

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