SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam 2020: Before the Joint Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Tier-I examination of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) starting from March 17, the Commission has issued necessary instructions regarding corona virus. The Commission said that SSC CHSL Tier 1 examinations will be conducted across the country from March 17 to March 28 under the pre-decided schedule. But some important instructions have been issued regarding the corona virus.
In view of Covid-19, SSC instructions:
1- Biometric registration of candidates will not be done. However, the thumb impression of the candidates can be taken if required.
2- Candidates can bring their own masks at the examination center, however, candidates will have to remove their mask from their mouths while taking photographs at the examination desk or during verification of ID.
3- Candidates can keep the examination center with their hand sanitizer small bottles and can also bring transparent colored water bottles with them.
4. Candidates should take only Child Point Pen with them to the examination center. No other type of pen will be allowed.
5- Instructions have been given to the concerned agencies for cleaning and sanitizing the examination center.
The Tier-1 examination is computer based (CBT) with a duration of one hour. Candidates are advised not to carry any books, magazines, electronic gadgets, mobile phones, Bluetooth devices, PANs, calculators at the examination center. Do not take the mobile to the examination center, whether it is off or on. The candidates who come with these things will not be allowed to know in the examination center and they will be debarred from the examination. . Let us tell you that the gate of the examination center to the students will be closed 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. At the time of admission to the examination center, the candidate appearing for the examination will have to show the original identity card with a photocopy along with the admit card. Only then will you get admission in the center.
The date of birth must be present on the identity card to be presented and this date of birth should match the date of birth mentioned on the admit card. The name, father’s name, etc. should also be on the identity card. If the date of birth is not mentioned on the original photo identity card or is different from the date of birth mentioned on the admit card, then the candidate will have to submit any other identity card on which the date of birth corresponds to the date of birth inscribed on the admit card Ho.
SSC CHSL Tier-1 Admit Card Link
- SSC North Eastern Region
- SSC Northern Region
- SSC North Western Region
- SSC Eastern Region
- SSC Western Region
- SSC Central Region
- SSC Madhya Pradesh Region
- SSC Southern Region
- SSC Karnataka Kerala Region