What is SSC Full form.SSC ka full form. What is the Staff Selection Commission

What is the full form of SSC and What is the Full form of SSC GD, MTS, JE, CPO, Steno, CHSL & SSC CGL

What is SSC Full form.SSC ka full form. What is the Staff Selection Commission

SSC Full Form – This article will update you completely about the examinations conducted under the Commission with important information related to these posts of SSC JE, Stenographer, GD, CPO, CHSL, MTS, and SSC CGL. Staff Selection Commission conducts recruitment examinations for various posts in various offices, departments, and ministries of the Government of India. Candidates can know the relevant information of all these SSC exams on the given page link.

What is SSC?

SSC stands for Staff Selection Commission.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an important organization under the Government of India which takes care of the recruitment aspect for various posts for various ministries, departments, and offices.

The Staff Selection Commission is one of the principal bodies of the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) consisting of a Chairman, two members and a Secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations.

List of SSC Chairman (1976-2020)

Syed Hamid, the first president of SSC, was appointed in 1976. He served as the Chairman of the Staff Selection Commission for four years and completed his term in 1980.
Candidates can go through the list of SSC President listed below along with various SSC President names and tenure.

List of SSC Chairman
Sl. NoNames of SSC ChairmanAppointed InServed Till
1.Shri Saiyid HamidJuly 1st 1976June 16 1980
2.Smt. Inderjit KaurJuly 10 1980July 10 1985
3.Shri S.C. MittalJuly 23 1985July 23 1990
4.Shri S.N. BajpeJuly 23 1990July 12.1994
5.Shri B. SankaranNovember 28 1994November 9 1998
6.Shri K.M. LalNovember 1 1999June 21 2002
7.Shri B.K. MisraJune 24 2002October 19 2004
8.Shri Prakash Chander*December 20 2004November 23 2005
9.Shri I.M.G. Khan**November 28 2005January 12 2006
10Shri Brahm Dutt**January 13 .2006October 30 2006
11.Dr. (Smt.) C T MisraOctober 30 2006October 27 2008
12.Smt. Vibha Puri Das**October 29 2008April 23 2009
13.Shri N.K. RaghupathyApril 24.2009March 2 2013
14.Shri A. BhattacharyyaMarch 20 2013December 2 2015
15.Shri Ashim KhuranaDecember 9 2015October 24 2019
16.Braj Raj SharmaOctober 24 2019May 24 2020

The Staff Selection Commission was earlier called the Subordinate Services Commission.

SSC is also for secondary school certificate. This certification exam is conducted by various boards of education including CBSE and other state boards for 10th-grade students.

However, in this article, we will provide information about the Staff Selection Commission.

Established in 1975, SSC has been actively involved in selecting employees for various Group B and Group C positions. SSC conducts various examinations to complete the recruitment process.

The main examinations conducted by the Staff Selection Commission are given below:

  • (1). CGL Examination (Combined Graduate Level Examination)
  • CHSL Examination (Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination)
  • JE Examination (Junior Engineer Examination)
  • GD Examination (General Duty Examination for Constables)
  • CPO Examination (Central Police Organization Examination)
  • MTS Examination (Multitasking Staff Examination)

The minimum academic qualification for some of these SSC exams is undergraduate (12th board). However, most of these exams require a qualification to graduate.


The aspirants of the SSC Exam can check the SSC Exam Pattern in detail.

  • Staff Selection Commission Headquarters is situated New Delhi
  • Regional Office – Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore
  • Official Website – ssc.nic.in

The SSC full form and other details for various examinations conducted by the Selection Commission are discussed in detail below.

All About SSC CGL – What is SSC CGL Full Form?

SSC CGL is a fully combined graduate level examination.
The Staff Selection Commission jointly conducts Graduate Level (CGL) Examination for the recruitment of employees to various posts in various ministries, departments, and organizations under the Government of India.

The minimum academic requirement for the SSC CGL exam is a graduate from a recognized university.

For complete information about SSC CGL eligibility, see the linked article.

SSC CGL exam is conducted for recruitment to various Group B and Group C posts.

Various SSC CGL Group B posts are listed below:
  • Assistant audit officer
  • Assistant accounts officer
  • Assistant section officer
  • Assistant / Superintendent
  • Inspector of income tax
  • Inspector, (Central Excise)
  • Inspector (Preventive Officer)
  • Inspector (Examiner)
  • Assistant enforcement officer
  • Assistant inspector
  • Posts of inspector
  • Board accountant
  • Inspector
  • Assistant inspector
  • Junior Statistics Officer

To know more about SSC CGL Group C post and other details related to Pay Band and Ministries, see the table below:

A: Pay Level-8 (Rs 47600 to 151100):

Sr. No.Name of PostMinistry/ Department/ Office/ CadreClassification of PostsNature of Physical Disabilities permissible for the postAge Limit
1.Assistant Audit OfficerIndian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AGGroup “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial)OH (OA, OL, BL) & HHNot exceeding 30 years
2.Assistant Accounts Officer

B: Pay Level-7 (Rs 44900 to 142400):

Sr. No.Name of PostMinistry/ Department/ Office/ CadreClassification of PostsNature of Physical Disabilities permissible for the postAge Limit
3.Assistant Section OfficerCentral Secretariat ServiceGroup “B”OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH20-30 years
4.Intelligence BureauPost not identified suitable for PwD candidates.Not exceeding 30 years
5.Ministry of RailwayOA, OL, B, BL, LV & HH20-30 years
6.Ministry of External AffairsOA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH
7.AFHQ
8.AssistantOther Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations18-30 years
9.20-30 years
10.Assistant Section OfficerNot exceeding 30 years.
11.Inspector of Income TaxCBDTGroup “C”OA, OL, BL, OAL, HHNot exceeding 30 years.
12.Inspector, (Central Excise)CBICGroup “B”OA, OL, OAL, HHNot exceeding 30 years.
13. Inspector (Preventive Officer)
14. Inspector (Examiner)
15.Assistant Enforcement OfficerDirectorate of Enforcement, Department of RevenueGroup “B”Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates.Up to 30 years
16. Sub InspectorCentral Bureau of Investigation20-30 years
17.Inspector PostsDepartment of Post18-30 years
18.InspectorCentral Bureau of NarcoticsNot exceeding 30 years

C: Pay Level-6 (Rs 35400 to 112400):

Sr. No.Name of PostMinistry/ Department/ Office/ CadreClassification of PostsNature of Physical Disabilities permissible for the postAge Limit
19.AssistantOther Ministries/ Departments/ OrganizationsGroup “B”OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HHNot exceeding 30 years
20.Assistant/ Superintendent
21.Divisional AccountantOffices under C&AGOL, PD, D
22.Sub InspectorNational Investigation Agency (NIA)Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates.Up to 30 years
23.Junior Statistical OfficerM/o Statistics & Programme Implementation.Post identified for individuals with the nature of the disabilityUp to 32 years
24.Statistical Investigator Grade-IIRegistrar General of IndiaNot exceeding 30 years

D: Pay Level-5 (Rs 29200 to 92300):

Sr. No.Name of PostMinistry/ Department/ Office/ CadreClassification of PostsNature of Physical Disabilities permissible for the postAge Limit
25.AuditorOffices under C&AGGroup “C”OA, OL, BL & HH18-27 years
26.Other Ministry/ Departments
27.Offices under CGDAOA, OL, BL, HH & VH
28.AccountantOffices under C&AGOA, OL, OAL, BL, B, LV, HH
29.Accountant/ Junior AccountantOther Ministry/ DepartmentsOA, OL, OAL, BL, HH

E: Pay Level-4 (Rs 25500 to 81100):

Sr. No.Name of PostMinistry/ Department/ Office/ CadreClassification of PostsNature of Physical Disabilities permissible for the postAge Limit
30.Senior Secretariat Assistant/ Upper Division ClerksCentral Govt. Offices/ Ministries other than CSCS cadresGroup “C”OA, OL, BL, OAL, B, LV, HH18-27 years
31.Tax AssistantCBDTBL, OL, PD, D, PB, B, OA, OAL
32.CBICOL, OA, BL, OAL, B, LV, HH
33.Sub-InspectorCentral Bureau of NarcoticsPost not identified suitable for PwD candidate
34.Upper Division ClerksDte. Gen Border Road Organisation (MoD)

SSC GD – What is SSC GD?

GD stands for General Duty Examination.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Border Security Force (BSF), Secretariat Security Force (SSF), Central Central Security Force (Constable (General Duty) conducts SSC General Duty (GD) examination every year to recruit qualified candidates. CFF ), National inquiry. Agency (NIA), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) and Rifleman (General Duty) in Assam Rifles.
Recruitment for these posts is done by SSC and Ministry of Home Affairs as per the mutual consent memorandum (MoU).
The SSC GD vacancies for 2018-19 were close to 55,000. As the official notification for SSC GD 2019-20 has not yet been released, the 2018 vacancies will give an idea on various SSC GD posts and related vacancies for man and woman.

2018-19 GD Constable Vacancies for Male Candidates

Positions

SC

ST

OBC

GEN

Vacancies

BSF

2310

1371

3243

7512

14436

CISF

1064

754

1637

3811

7266

CRPF

2889

1011

2834

7035

13769

SSB

1406

805

1998

4722

8931

ITBP

411

310

597

1523

2841

AR

381

489

598

1608

3076

NIA

0

1

2

5

8

SSF

38

47

75

212

372

Total

8499

4788

10984

26428

50699

2018-19 GD Constable Vacancies for Female Candidates

Positions

SC

ST

OBC

GEN

Vacancies

BSF

419

239

574

1316

2548

CISF

117

82

177

431

807

CRPF

413

18

522

1102

2055

SSB

332

158

481

1054

2025

ITBP

72

50

104

275

501

AR

185

238

289

788

1500

NIA

0

0

0

0

0

SSF

10

7

18

40

75

Total

1548

792

2165

5006

9511

Grand Total

SC

ST

OBC

GEN

Vacancies

10047

5580

13149

31434

60210

SSC JE – What is SSC JE?

JE stands for Junior Engineer Examination. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts SSC Junior Engineer (JE) examination every year for the recruitment of Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Quantity Survey and Contract) posts for various departments/organizations of the Government of India.

SSC Junior Engineer recruitment is done for the following departments:

  • Central water organization
  • Central water commission
  • Central public works department
  • Postal Department
  • Military Engineer Services
  • Farakka Barrage Project
  • border roads organization
  • Central Water and Power Research Station
  • Directorate of quality assurance
  • National Technical Research Organization

For full details on SSC JE posts and departments, see the table below:

Department

Post Name (Grade ‘B’)

Grade Pay

Gross Salary

In Hand Salary

Central Water Commission

Junior Engineer (Civil)

₹ 4,200

 ₹ 32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

Central Water Commission

Junior Engineer (Mechanical)

₹ 32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

CPWD

Junior Engineer (Civil)

₹ 32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

CPWD

Junior Engineer (Electrical)

32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

Department of Post

Junior Engineer (Civil)

₹ 32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

Department of Post

Junior Engineer (Electrical)

₹ 32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

Military Engineering Services

Junior Engineer(Civil)

32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

Military Engineering Services

Junior Engineer(Electrical and Mechanical)

32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

Military Engineering Services

Junior Engineer (Quantity Surveying & Contract)

₹ 32,667 – 37,119

29,455 – 33,907

SSC CHSL – What is SSC CHSL?

CHSL is also known as for Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination.
Staff Selection Commission conducts Joint Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) examination for recruitment of candidates for various posts under various departments, ministries, etc.

The declared vacancies for this year were around 5780.


The relevant posts for SSC CHSL Recruitment are given below:

  1. Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA)/Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
  2. Postal Assistant (PA) / Sorting Assistant (SA)
  3. Data entry operator (DEO)
  4. Data Entry Operator, Grade A

List of all Ssc exam

The list of exams conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is as follows:

  • SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL)
  • SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination (SSC CHSL)
  • SSC Junior Engineer
  • SSC Junior Hindi Translator
  • SSC GD Constable
  • SSC multitasking staff
  • Selection post
  • SI (Central Police Organization)
  • Stenographer c & d

Some of the major functions of SSC:

  • To recruit for Group “B” posts in the Ministries / Departments of the Government. Departments for Government and their subordinate offices and ministries or all non-technical group “C” posts in India. In India and their subordinate offices.
  • To conduct examinations and interviews for the posts under its purview.
  • Conducting departmental examination related to promotion from lower division to upper divisions
  • Conducting typing tests in Hindi and English from time to time
  • To perform other functions assigned to them by the Central Government.

    Process and Schedule of SSC

    The SSC examinations are conducted annually at the national level by the Central Board of Secondary Education in the month of March or April. The syllabus of different examination boards may vary. To apply for this exam one must enroll in a central or state level senior secondary school.

    SSC CPO – What is SSC CPO?

    CPO stands for Central Police Organization Examination.
    Staff Selection Commission conducts the Central Police Organization (CPO) examination for the recruitment of Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in Delhi Police, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and CISF.

    The minimum educational qualification required to apply for the above mentioned SSC CPO posts is a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university.

    SSC Stenographer – What is SSC Stenographer?

    SSC Stenographer is an examination to recruit candidates for Stenographer Grade C (Non-Gazetted Post) and Grade D posts in various departments, ministries, and organizations of the Government of India. This is an all India level examination conducted annually by SSC.
    The SSC Stenographer Exam Vacancy for the year 2019-2020 is expected to be released soon. The Commission announced the SSC Stenographer Vacancy 2018 on 19 March 2020. The number of SSC Stenographer Grade C vacancies is 473, while the number of vacancies for Grade D posts was 991. Candidates can check SSC Stenographer Exam for details about vacancy, qualification, and more.

    SSC MTS – What is SSC MTS full form?

    SSC MTS is for the Staff Selection Commission exam for multi-tasking staff. SSC conducts Job recruitment for multitasking staff posts in different departments and offices under the Central Government of India.

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