SSC CGL Exam 2023: Dates, Exam Pattern, Vacancy, Admit Card & Results
- SSC CGL Exam Dates
- SSC CGL Notification
- SSC CGL 2022 Overview
- SSC CGL Exam Important Dates
- SSC CGL Vacancy Details
- SSC CGL Exam Pattern (Tier-I/II/III/IV)
- SSC CGL Selection Process
- SSC CGL Exam Syllabus
- SSC CGL Eligibility Criteria
- SSC CGL Online Form
- SSC CGL Salary
- SSC CGL Admit Card
- SSC CGL Results Declaration
According to the latest notification from the Staff Selection Commission, SSC CGL exam Tier 2 and 3 will be organized in August 2022. The SSC recruitment of various subordinate services is carried out by SSC each year with a nationwide examination named SSC CGL. The largest examination in India that hires numerous graduate students is SSC CGL. There are four Tiers to this exam, out of which two are carried out in online stages while the rest are held in pen and paper mode.
SSC CGL Exam Dates
As per official notification from the commission, the SSC CGL Exam for Tier two will be held on 08-08-2022 and 10-08-2022. While the tier 3 of the CGLE will be held on 21st August 2022. You can find the details related to SSC CGLE in the following segments. Candidates can find exam Syllabus, patter, and other relevant information as per the official announcements.
About SSC CGL Recruitment Process
The Staff Selection Commission of India is the national-level organization that conducts Combined Graduate Level for degree holders. This SSC CGL Recruitment is carried out every year for aspirants. Job hunters from all over India participate in the SSC CGL Exam after applying online. Every year lakhs of application participate in the exam in different states and cities on India.
The recruitment process consists of online test (Computer-based test) having objective type questions, written exam (Descriptive type questions), interview, and document verification.
SSC CGL Notification
The SSC released an official notification for this year’s recruitment on 23rd December 2021. After completing the first phase of the recruitment in April successfully, the commission is going to organize the next selection phases in August. For any updates regarding the upcoming examination process, candidates are advised to remain active online and check for the upcoming SSC Notification.
SSC CGL 2022 Overview
The qualifiers of SSC CGL Exam Tier 1 undergo the next selection phases which are namely Tier 2 and Tier 3. All the official updates are released by the commission through its authorized portal, ssc.nic.in. To make it convenient for the candidates, this web page brings about the details of the CGLE.
|Organization Name||Staff Selection Commission of India|
|Exam Name||Combined Graduate Level Examination|
|Type of Examination||All India-level|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Registration Dates||23-12-2021 to 23-12-2022|
|Mode of SSC CGL Exam Tiers||Online and Offline|
|Exam Duration||Tier 1 – 60 minutes
Tier 2 – 120 minutes
Tier 3 – 60 minutes
Tier 4 – 45 minutes
|Section||Tier 1 – 4 Sections
Tier 2 – 4 Papers
|SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Date||11-04-2022 to 21-04-2022|
|SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam Date||8-08-2022 and 10-08-2022|
|SSC CGL Tier 3 Exam Date||21-08-2022|
SSC CGL Exam Important Dates
|SSC CGL Exam Date 2022|
|Event Calendar||SSC CGL Exam 2022 Dates|
|SSC CGL Notification Issuance||23-12-2021|
|SSC CGL Application Process||23-12-2021 to 23-01-2022|
|SSC CGL Exam Date Tier 1||11-04-2022 to 21-04-2022|
|SSC CGL Exam Date Tier 2||08th & 10th August 2022|
|SSC CGL Tier 2 Results Announcement||Till 15-08-2022 (Tentative)|
|SSC CGL Tier 2 Admit Card Issuance||Last week of July 2022 (Tentative)|
|SSC CGL Exam Date Tier 3||21-04-2022|
|SSC CGLE Admit Card for Tier 3||12th to 18th August 2022|
|SSC CGLE Tier 3 Result||September 2022 (Tentative)|
Check out detailed SSC Exam Calendar
SSC CGL Vacancy Details
SSC releases posts for different profiles in different government departments. Candidates can check the vacancy break-up post-wise, department-wise, and category-wise.
|SSC CGL Post List||Category-wise No. of Vacancies||Total||Reserved||Department|
|Asstt. Audit Officer Group ‘B’ Gazetted (Non-Ministerial)||103||25||67||37||18||250||0||10||Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG|
|Asstt. Section Officer||69||8||51||13||10||151||0||6||Central Secretariat Service (DOPT)|
|Asstt./ Asstt. Section Officer||3||1||0||1||1||6||0||1||Intelligence Bureau|
|Asstt./ Asstt. Section Officer||38||8||24||13||6||89||0||4||Ministry of External Affairs|
|Asstt./ Asstt. Section Officer||36||8||20||15||9||88||0||4||AFHQ (Ministry of Defence)|
|Asstt. Section Officer||0||0||3||1||0||4||0||0||Election Commission|
|Asstt./Asstt. Section Officer||2||1||1||1||0||5||0||0||Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology|
|Asstt. Section Officer||3||0||1||1||0||5||0||1||Central Administrative Tribunal|
|Inspector Of Income Tax||2||0||0||0||0||2||0||0||Central Vigilance Commission|
|Asstt./Asstt. Section Officer||3||1||1||0||1||6||0||0||National Technical Research Organisation|
|Asstt. /Asstt. Supdt.||7||2||2||2||1||14||0||1||1. Bureau of Police Research & Development2. Coast Guard Headquarters3. D/o Commerce, M/o Commerce & Industry4. Narcotics Control Bureau5. Ministry of External Affairs (Passport Division)|
|Asstt.||11||2||2||3||0||18||0||1||Ministry of Mines|
|Asstt.||2||0||0||0||0||2||0||0||Ministry of Corporate Affairs|
|Inspector Of Income Tax||66||24||76||21||15||202||16||7||Central Board of Direct Taxes|
|Inspector, (Central Excise)||364||131||433||193||95||1216||0||45||Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs|
|Inspector (Preventive Officer)||388||90||195||137||68||878||0||23||Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs|
|Inspector (Examiner)||21||2||8||1||1||33||0||0||Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs|
|Asstt. Enforcement Officer||45||11||29||20||9||114||0||0||Enforcement Directorate (Dept. of Revenue)|
|Sub Inspectors||6||0||3||1||1||11||0||0||Central Bureau of Investigation|
|Inspector Post||19||6||9||4||5||43||0||3||Ministry of Communications (Department of Posts – SPN)|
|Divisional Accountant||162||40||108||60||30||400||0||16||Comptroller & Auditor General of India|
|Sub-Inspector (NIA)||6||1||2||2||0||11||0||0||National Investigation Agency|
|Junior Statistical Officer||174||50||92||59||26||401||0||4||M/O Statistics & Programme Implementation|
|Auditor||203||50||135||75||37||500||0||0||Comptroller & Auditor General of India|
|Auditor||106||26||70||39||19||260||26||12||Offices under Controller General of Defence Accounts|
|Auditor||0||0||0||1||0||1||0||0||National Technical Research Organisation|
|Accountant/Junior Accountant||300||73||144||108||36||661||61||21||1. Controller General of Accounts2. M/o Communication (D/o Telecommunication O/o CGCA) 3. Ministry of Communication (D/o Post-Admn.)|
|Senior Secretariat Asstt./UDC||98||12||50||32||11||203||15||8||1. Ministry of Textiles 2. Directorate General of Defence Estates (Ministry of Defence) 3. Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology 4. D/o Science & Technology 5. Ministry of Water Resources, Ganga and River Development Rejuvenation (Ministry of Jal Shakti) 6. Office of Development Commissioner (All Enterprises – Micro, Small and Medium) 7. D/o Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare 8. Central Bureau of Narcotics 9. D/o Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries|
|Tax Asstt.||498||96||259||168||64||1085||104||39||Central Board of Direct Taxes|
|Tax Asstt.||144||61||67||36||46||354||34||13||Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs|
|Sub-Inspector(Narcotics) – 2400||4||0||0||0||1||5||0||0||Central Bureau of Narcotics|
SSC CGL Exam Pattern (Tier-I/II/III/IV)
The examinations are conducted by the SSC, which has four Tiers: Tier-I, II, III, and IV. The SSC CGLE for Tiers I and II are both held online, while tier III is held on pen and paper. Tier IV exam is a Data Entry Skill Test (DEST). Candidates are advised to go through the following SSC CGL Exam pattern.
|Selection Phases||Type of Examination||Mode of examination|
|Tier-III||Descriptive Type||Pen and Paper Mode|
|Tier-IV||Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill Test||As per post applied|
SSC CGL Exam Pattern for Tier-1
The SSC CGL Exam Pattern Tier-1 pattern consists of 100 questions with a maximum score of 200. The duration of the SSC CGL Exam Tier-1 is 60 minutes. There are four parts to the SSC CGL Exam for the Tier-I stage, each with 25 questions and a maximum score of 50. The pattern of Tier-1 exam is explained below:
|Sections||Total Questions||Max. Marks||Time Duration|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50||60 minutes (80 minutes
for PwD Candidates)
Negative marking: 0.5 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer.
SSC CGL Exam Pattern– Tier-II
SSC CGL Exam for Tier-2 exam will also be conducted online, comprising of four papers with 100 questions/200 questions in each section and maximum marks of 200. Candidates have to complete each Exam in 2 hours. SSC will do normalization if an exam is conducted in multiple shifts. Check further details below.
|Topics||Questions||Max. Marks||Time Duration|
|Quantitative Ability||100||200||120 minutes
(160 minutes for PwD candidates)
|English Language and Comprehension||200||200|
|General Studies (Finance and Economics)||100||200|
Negative Marking: 0.5/0.25 marks
SSC CGL Exam Pattern – Tier III
SSC has announced that from now on, all candidates who pass the SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam will be required to take the Descriptive Paper instead of an Interview. The exam pattern for the Tier-3 Descriptive Paper (Pen and Paper Mode) is released to evaluate the writing abilities of participants. The paper is in English/Hindi and will have 100 points. Candidates must finish the entire essay in 60 minutes.
|Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi (Essay, Precis, Letter, Application, etc.)||100 marks||60 minutes
(80 minutes for
Minimum Passing Marks: 33
SSC CGL Exam Pattern 2022–Tier IV
SSC CGL Tier-4 Exam is a Computer Skill Test which will be conducted in two steps:
- Data Entry Skill Test (DEST)
- Computer Proficiency Test (CPT).
DEST: Candidates must type 2000 English words in 15 minutes on a computer. This test checks a candidate’s ability to type correctly. Candidates are given an article in English that they must complete on the Computer.
CPT: The Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Slideshow Generation test is used to evaluate a candidate’s ability in Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Creating Slides. This examination is only for qualifying purposes; no points will be given in the SSC CGL Tier-4 exam.
SSC CGL Selection Process
Candidates seeking to join the SSC CGL must go through a selection procedure. Knowing about the selection process will aid candidates in their exam preparation. Furthermore, candidates may discover more about the SSC CGL recruitment system and each stage involved. The following four stages make up the SSC CGL selection process:
- Tier I – CBT
- Tier II – CBT
- Tier III – Pen and Paper Mode (Descriptive Paper)
- Tier IV – CPT/DEST
To qualify for the tier 2 examination, applicants must first complete tier 1. SSC publishes the tier 1 test result, and those who made it to the merit list are eligible to take the tier 2 exam. Candidates who pass the tier 2 exam for this job are also qualified to take the descriptive writing portion of the tier 3 examination.
SSC CGL Selection Process (Tier I)
The first stage of the SSC CGL procedure is called Tier I. The objective-type multiple-choice questions in the computer-based examination for SSC CGTI are divided into four topics or parts: General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Comprehension. Furthermore, the subject paper for tier 1 has 100 questions and 200 points. The overall duration of the test is 60 minutes.
The SSC shortlists candidates for the Tier II and III examinations based on their performance in the first stage. Furthermore, each category has its own merit list and cutoffs produced by the Commission. Candidates should be aware that the grades obtained in the Tier I examination contribute to the final merit list. As a result, those who wish to appear for SSC exams must achieve outstanding results in their tier 1 test.
SSC CGL Selection Process for Tier 2
The SSC CGL Tier II is a computer-based test with objective-type multiple-choice questions. The SSC CGL Tier II examination consists of four papers. Paper I and Paper II are required for all jobs. Only candidates who apply for the Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and Statistical Investigator Grade-II jobs must take Paper III. Furthermore, the Commission conducts Paper IV for applicants applying for Assistant Audit Officer/Assistant Accounts Officer positions.
The passing score for the tier 2 examination is 200. Each paper of the tier 2 exam has a duration of 02 hours. Based on the combined aggregate marks of Tier I and Tier II, candidates may qualify for Tier III. For Paper I & Paper II together, Cutoff Marks:
SSC CGL Selection Process for Tier 3
The SSC CGL Tier III is a descriptive essay examination. The tier 3 exam is administered in a pen and paper format by the Commission. Furthermore, the paper includes topics such as essay writing, precis writing, letter writing, application writing, and so on. Candidates must write the test in Hindi or English. The maximum score on this level is 100 points. The duration of the test is 60 minutes.
Candidates who pass the first three tiers of examination are only eligible to take the third. Based on the combined scores of approved individuals in Tiers I, II, and III examinations, SSC selects those who will take the Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test (where applicable) and Document Verification.
SSC CGL Selection Process for Tier 4
Candidates who pass the Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test, depending on their positions, are called for. The SSC CGL has four tiers: IV. As a result, candidates who pass the SSC CGL at tier IV will be invited to take the Document Verification examination. Additionally, it’s vital to note that SSC does not score participants higher to create the final merit list for the SSC CGL. The following is information about Computer Proficiency Tests/Skill Tests:
Data Entry Speed Test (DEST)
- For the jobs of Tax Asstt. in CBIC, CBDT, and UDC/ SSA at the Central Bureau of Narcotics, the Commission organizes DEST.
- The data entry speed test will consist of 2000 key depressions in a passage.
- The total duration of this speed test is 15 minutes.
- DEST is conducted at the regional offices of SSC.
Computer Proficiency Test (CPT)
CPT consists of three modules:
- Word Processing
- Spread Sheet
- Generation of Slides
- A passage of about 2000 key depressions is included in the DEST in Module I.
- Candidates will have to create a spreadsheet and PowerPoint presentations for the modules given in the test.
- The test duration of each module is 15 minutes.
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SSC CGL Exam Syllabus
SSC CGL Syllabus for Tier I
For each subject, the SSC CGL Tier 1 syllabus varies. The English portion of the General Intelligence and Reasoning section assesses a candidate’s reasoning and critical thinking skills. In contrast, the English portion of the General Intelligence and Reasoning section tests their language proficiency. Candidates must be competent in all areas of study to prepare effectively for an exam.
|Sections||SSC CGL 2022 Tier 1 Syllabus|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||AnalogyBlood RelationsClassificationCoding-DecodingCritical ThinkingDirection and DistanceEmotional and Social IntelligenceMatrixNon-Verbal ReasoningPuzzleSeriesVenn DiagramVerbal ReasoningWord Formation|
|General Awareness||Static General KnowledgeAwardsBooks and AuthorsComputersCurrent AffairsEconomyGeographyImportant SchemesPeople in NewsPolityPopulationPortfoliosScienceSports|
|Quantitative Aptitude||AlgebraAverageData InterpretationDistance-Time-SpeedGeometryInterestMensurationNumber SystemPercentageQuestions on finding AgesRatio and ProportionSimplificationTime and WorkTrigonometry|
|English Language and Comprehension||AntonymsComprehensionError SpottingFill in the BlanksOne-word SubstitutionPhrases and IdiomsSentence CorrectionSpellingsSynonyms|
SSC CGL Syllabus for Tier 2
The syllabus for SSC CGL Tier 2 is the same for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates must remember to study hard for both parts of Tier 1 to have enough time to review their learnings before taking the Tier 2 exam. Candidates can read the full curriculum for SSC CGL tier 2 to learn more about it. The following is a summary of the syllabus for Tier 2 of SSC CGL Exam.
|Sections||SSC CGL 2022 Tier 2 Syllabus|
|Quantitative Aptitude||AlgebraAverageData InterpretationData SufficiencyDistance-Time-SpeedGeometryInterestMensurationNumber SystemPercentageQuestions on finding AgesRatio and ProportionSimplificationTime and WorkTrigonometry|
|English Language and Comprehension||Active PassiveAntonymsCloze TestComprehensionError SpottingFill in the BlanksOne word SubstitutionPara JumblesPhrases and IdiomsReported SpeechSentence CorrectionSpellingsSynonyms|
|Statistics||Analysis and VarianceCollection and Representation of DataCorrelation and RegressionIndex NumberMeasure of Central TendencyMeasure of DispersionMomentsRandom VariablesSampling TheorySkewness and KurtosisTime Series Analysis|
|General Studies (Finance and Economics)||AccountingController of Auditor General of IndiaDemand and SupplyEconomics and GovernanceFinance and AccountingFinance CommissionForms of Market and Price DeterminationFundamental PrincipalsLedgerTheory of Production and Cost|
SSC CGL Exam Syllabus for Tier 3
The SSC CGL Tier 3 examination is a descriptive essay that takes place offline. The English writing abilities of the candidates are primarily evaluated in this tier. The exam has 100 questions. Candidates can select Hindi or English as their medium of answer.
|Section||SSC CGL Tier 3 Syllabus|
|Descriptive Writing||Letter Writing, Essay Writing, Application Writing, Precis Writing|
SSC CGL Eligibility Criteria
The following table provides the basic information on SSC CGL eligibility requirements. Before applying for the test, all applicants should be familiar with them.
|Nationality||Indian or Indian Origin or subject of Nepal/Bhutan|
|Age (Overview)||Between 18 and 32 years based on different posts and departments (Relaxation to reserved category)|
|Educational Qualification||Bachelor’s degree in any discipline|
|Number of Attempts||No limit|
|Physical Standards||Only for Inspector and Sub-inspector posts|
SSC CGL Age Limit – Post-wise
- The minimum age for SSC CGL aspirants is 18 years old and cannot be more than 32 years old as of August 1, 2022.
- The age criteria differ for each job.
- The age of applicants will be considered, as stated in the 10th or 12th certificate.
|Name of Post||Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre||Posts Classification||Age Limit (in years)|
|Asstt. Audit Officer||Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG||Group “B” Gazetted||18-30|
|Asstt. Accounts Officer||Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG||Group “B” Gazetted||18-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||Central Secretariat Service||Group “B”||20-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||Intelligence Bureau||Group “B”||18-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||Ministry of Railway||Group “B”||20-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||Ministry of External Affairs||Group “B”||20-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||AFHQ||Group “B”||20-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology||Group “B”||18-30|
|Asstt.||Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations||Group “B”||20-30|
|Asstt. Section Officer||Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations||Group “B”||18-30|
|Inspector of Income Tax||CBDT||Group “C”||18-30|
|Inspector, (CGST & Central Excise)||CBIC||Group “B”||18-30|
|Inspector (Preventive Officer)||CBIC||Group “B”||18-30|
|Inspector (Examiner)||CBIC||Group “B”||18-30|
|Asstt. Enforcement Officer||Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue||Group “B”||18-30|
|Sub Inspector||Central Bureau of Investigation||Group “B”||20-30|
|Inspector Posts||Department of Post||Group “B”||18-30|
|Inspector||Central Bureau of Narcotics||Group “B”||18-30|
|Asstt./ Superintendent||Indian Coast Guard||Group “B”||18-30|
|Asstt.||Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations||Group “B”||18-30|
|Asstt.||National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT)||Group “B”||18-30|
|Research Asstt.||National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)||Group “B”||18-30|
|Divisional Accountant||Offices under C&AG||Group “B”||18-30|
|Sub Inspector||National Investigation Agency (NIA)||Group “B”||18-30|
|Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)||M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation.||Group “B”||18-32|
|Statistical Investigator Grade-II||Registrar General of India||Group “B”||18-30|
|Auditor||Offices under C&AG||Group “C”||18-27|
|Auditor||Other Ministry/ Departments||Group “C”||18-27|
|Auditor||Offices under CGDA||Group “C”||18-27|
|Accountant||Offices under C&AG||Group “C”||18-27|
|Accountant/ Junior Accountant||Other Ministry/ Departments||Group “C”||18-27|
|Senior Secretariat Asstt./ Upper Division Clerks||Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology||Group “C”||18-27|
|Senior Secretariat Asstt./ Upper Division Clerks||Central Govt. Offices/ Ministries other than CSCS cadres||Group “C”||18-27|
|Tax Asstt.||CBDT||Group “C”||18-27|
|Tax Asstt.||CBIC||Group “C”||18-27|
|Sub-Inspector||Central Bureau of Narcotics||Group “C”||18-27|
|Category||Upper Age Limit Relaxation|
|PH (UR)||10 years|
|PH (OBC)||13 years|
|PH (SC/ST)||15 years|
|Ex-Servicemen (Unreserved/ General)||03 years after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date for receipt of application|
Educational Qualification for SSC CGL Exam
The position requires candidates to have completed their SSC exam. To take the examination, applicants must complete their graduation from a respected institution. In other words, any Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is acceptable for entrance testing. Furthermore, to compete in the test, students must study either mathematics/statistics/economics as an elective or a required subject. The following are all of the academic criteria necessary for each position.
1. Statistical Investigator Grade II Posts
Basic Qualification: A bachelor’s degree in any subject with Statistics as one of the courses is required. They must have studied Statistics as one of their courses with at least 60% in Mathematics at a Higher Secondary (12th or equivalent) level or any bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or institute with statistics as one of the subjects at the degree level for all three years, or all six semesters, of the graduation course.
2. Asstt. Audit Officer/ Asstt. Accounts Officer Posts
Basic Qualification: A Bachelor’s degree from a highly recognized university/institution or equivalent.
Desirable Qualification: Cost and Management Accountant/ Chartered Accountant/ Company Secretary/ Master of Commerce / Business Studies/ MBA (Finance)/ Masters in Business Economics.
Candidates will be placed on probation. They must take and pass the ‘Subordinate Audit/Accounts Service Examination’ in their branches to confirm and maintain their appointments as Asstt. Audit Officer/Asstt. Accounts Officer for some time, depending on their performance, before being eligible for the promotion.
3. Compiler Posts
Basic Qualification: Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree from an institution recognized by the government. Candidates must also have completed one of Economics, Statistics, or Mathematics as a required elective subject at some point in their education.
4. Asstt. Section Officer Posts
Basic Qualification: The applicant must have acquired a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University/Institute or equivalent.
Desirable Qualification: Candidates must also pass the Computer Proficiency Test in addition to the Undergraduate Degree from a recognized university/institute.
5. Junior Statistical Officer Posts
Basic Qualification: Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from a university or institute recognized University. They must have obtained at least 60% in mathematics in class 12 or an equivalent level exam.
They may have completed a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with statistics as one of the courses.
6. Assistant in National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) Posts
Basic Qualification: A Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University/ Institute or equivalent.
Desirable Qualification: A degree in law from a recognized university.
7. Research Asstt. in National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Posts
Basic Qualifications: A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from a recognised University/institution.
- At least 1-year experience in research in any recognised university or research institute.
- A law degree or Human Rights from a recognised university.
8. For all Other SSC CGL Posts
Basic Qualifications: A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from a recognized institution is required for this position.
SSC CGL Online Form
For several years now, the Staff Selection Commission conducts the application and registration process through online mode only. Candidates apply for SSC CGL Exam through one-time registration where they can fill the application form. The following steps demonstrate how you can fill the application form.
- Go to the official SSC website, which is https://ssc.nic.in/.
- In the new window, you’ll see a link to register for SSC CGL 2022.
- Follow the new user or register now link; use your login details if already registered.
- The candidate must provide essential information about themselves, such as their name, parents’ names, date of birth, email address, and mobile phone number.
- Click the submit button to finish filling out your online registration form for SSC CGL 2022. It is recommended that you double-check your information before submitting the form. For the exam, all applicants will be given a Registration ID.
- To complete registration for SSC CGL 2022, applicants must enter their Registration ID, birthday, and password.
- Candidates must submit photographs and signatures in the following stage, as directed by the Staff Selection Commission of India.
- Photograph: Candidates must be clicked in front of a white or light-coloured backdrop. The photograph’s size must be greater than 4 KB and less than 12 KB. The picture should have a resolution of 100*120 pixels in width and height.
- Signature: The applicant’s signature must be handwritten in black or blue ink on white paper. The scanned signature that needs to be submitted must be in jpg format and have a maximum file size of 1,200 bytes. In terms of resolution, the photo should have a width and height of 40*60 pixels.
- To finish the Part II of the SSC CGL Exam application form, log in using your existing ID and password.
- Candidates must preview the entire SSC CGL Exam application to look for any errors in the form, if any, after completing the application form.
- After previewing the entire online SSC CGL application form, click the Final Submit button and pay the required application fee.
SSC CGL Application Fee
- General and OBC: Rs. 100/-
- Female, SC, ST, PwD, & Ex-Servicemen: NIL
SSC CGL Salary
Candidates that clear the SSC CGL exam stages are chosen for government services provided by different departments once they’ve completed it. Because there are numerous jobs for which the SSC CGL exam is given, every other position receives a distinct salary grade.
Each position’s in-hand SSC CGL Salary 2022 is determined by its pay grade level, which ranges from Rs. 25,500 to Rs. 1,51,100 and includes different perks such as HRA, travel allowance, DA, etc. Check the in-hand salary and benefits provided to government employees by the 7th pay commission through the SSC CGL Notification in the table below for aspiring candidates.
|Gross SSC CGL Salary Range (Approx)|
|X Cities||Y Cities||Z Cities|
|Pay Level||Pay Level-8||Pay Level-7||Pay Level-6||Pay Level-5||Pay Level-4|
|Payscale||Rs 47600 to 151100||Rs 44900 to 142400||Rs 35400 to 112400||Rs 29200 to 92300||Rs 25500 to 81100|
|Basic pay||Rs 47600||Rs 44900||Rs 35400||Rs 29200||Rs 25500|
|HRA (depending on
|X Cities (27%)||12852||12123||9558||7884||6885|
|Y Cities (18%)||8568||8082||6372||5256||4590|
|Z Cities (9%)||4284||4041||3186||2628||2295|
|DA (Current- 34%)||16184||15266||12036||9,928||8670|
|Travel Allowance||Cities- 3600, Other Places- 1800|
SSC CGL Admit Card
- Visit the official website of SSC, which is ssc.nic.in.
- On the SSC homepage, select the “Admit Card” option in the upper corner. Select a region; you will be sent to the regional website.
- Click the alert that reads “STATUS / DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD FOR Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-II), 2021 (TO BE HELD on 08th & 10th August 2022).”
- Take the form of your Roll No. and Registration ID, as well as your Date of Birth/Password given to you at the time of registration for the SSC CGL Exam.
- Select the area/city you selected during registration.
- Your SSC CGL Tier 2 Admit Card 2022 will appear on your computer screen.
- Take a printout of your SSC CGL Hall Ticket.
Details Specified on SSC CGL Admit Card
It’s critical to verify the information on your SSC CGL tier 2 admission card and make sure they’re correct, especially since you might face an immigration overstay penalty. The following information should be verified on your SSC CGL Tier 2 Admit Card:
- Applicant’s Name
- Center Code
- Date of Birth
- Exam Center
- Reporting Time
- Date of SSC CGL Exam
- Father’s Name
- Full Address of Exam Center
- Important Instructions
- Applicant’s Photograph
- Registration Number
- Roll Number
- Applicant’s Signature
Documents required with SSC CGL Tier-2 Admit Card
Candidates must also bring one of the following photo identity documents, and a hard copy of their admit card: an Aadhaar Card, a Pan Card, a Voter ID Card, a Driving License, a Passport, or other identification issued by the government. If the candidate does not have the needed documents to enter the examination room, they will be denied entry.
SSC CGL Results Declaration
The SSC CGL results are expected to be released in September-October, and candidates who have appeared for the examination can check their results online. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to check SSC CGL results online:
Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC at ssc.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link which says ‘SSC CGL Results’
Step 3: A new page will open where candidates will have to enter their roll number and other required details
Step 4: Click on submit, and your result will be displayed on the screen
Step 5: Download and take a printout of your result for future reference.
Candidates who clear the series of SSC CGL exam will be called for the following rounds of selection. The final merit list will be prepared based on marks secured by candidates in both the written examination and interview round.
SSC CGL Appointment After Document Verification
After the declaration of SSC CGL final results, candidates will be called for document verification. All the original documents and certificates will have to be produced at the time of document verification. The list of documents required for SSC CGL document verification is as follows:
- SSC CGL Admit Card
- SSC CGL Rank Card or Scorecard
- Educational Certificates (mark sheets and passing certificate)
- Proof of Identity (PAN card/Aadhaar card/Driving License/Passport)
- Proof of Address (Aadhaar card/Voter ID/Passport/Ration card)
- Age Proof Certificate (Birth certificate/Class 10th certificate)
- Caste Certificate (if applicable)
- Disability Certificate (if applicable)
Candidates who successfully clear the document verification round will be finally selected for the post they have applied for. Candidates are advised to keep all the required documents ready to avoid any last-minute hassle.