SSC CGL 2022 Registration Process To End Today, Here's How To Apply

SSC CGL 2022 Registration Process To End Today, Here's How To Apply

The Combined Graduate Level (CGL) registration period for the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will close on October 8. All interested applicants may submit their application forms for the exam via ssc.nic.in, the SSC’s official website. The application period closes on October 8; however, the editing window will be accessible from October 12 to 13. It is anticipated that the SSC CGL Tier-I (Computer Based Examination) would take place in December 2022.

Candidates’ preferences for different positions and departments will be obtained during option entry, which will happen prior to the announcement of the results. According to the commission, an applicant who has not expressed desire for a position or ministry, department, or organisation will not be taken into consideration.

The application fees is 100 for candidates of all categories, excluding women, SC, ST, PwD, and ESM. The online application fee must be paid before October 9, 2022.

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For the purpose of filling numerous Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ vacancies, the commission will conduct the CGL 2022 test. 

The eligibility criteria viz essential educational qualification, age limit, etc are different for various posts and are provided in the SSC CGL notification 2022 here.

Steps to apply for SSC CGL exam:

1) Open the official website ssc.nic.in

2) Click on the registration link for CGL

3) Login to the portal and apply for the desired post

4) Upload the documents and pay fees

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5) Submit the application form

There are, approximatively, 20,000 openings. However, the commission’s formal statement said that firm openings will be decided upon in due time.

Kanimozhi, the leader of the DMK, has expressed dissatisfaction of the SSC CGL exam’s language options. She has questioned the exclusion of regional languages from the application process and examinations for the central government exam.

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