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Staff Selection Commission (SSC CHSL) is an organization under Government of India to recruit staff for Group B, Group C & Group D posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Offices of the Government of India.

Candidates who are aspiring to work with the government of India can apply for Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL, 10+2) Exam carried out by Staff Selection Commission (SSC). SSC CHSL Exam will help you in getting into posts such as Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants (PA/SA), Data Entry Operator (DEO), Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC) and so on.

Please go through the below video session conducted by Neyyar Academy, where more detailed information about SSC CHSL exam preparation 2020 that has to be followed by the aspirants are discussed in detail.

Every year lakhs of aspirants appear for SSC-CHSL examination. Considering the intense competition and number of candidates appearing for this exam, it becomes very important to prepare with a right strategy. Neyyar Academy provides online tutorials for various topics included in all competitive examinations.

Candidates can refer the videos for their preparation. The Video sessions will definitely emphasize on the topic better and in a more clarified manner. So do not miss this chance when preparing for SSC CHSL Examination.

The very first step is submission of online application for exam and last date for the same is 15-12-2020, 11.30pm.

The article will provide you with a complete and detailed SSC CHSL preparation and study schedule.

SSC CHSL Preparation | A Look into SSC CHSL Exam Pattern

Tier-I: Objective Test
There are four sections in this exam

(i) Quantitative Aptitude

(ii) General Intelligence

(iii) English Language

(iv) General Awareness/General Knowledge

Tier-II: Descriptive Test
Essay/Letter or Application/precise writing In English or Hindi language.
Tier-III: Skill Test / Typing Test

(i) Typing Test English Medium 35 words/minute, Hindi Medium 30 words/minute

(ii) Skill Test (Data Entry Operator) sheet contains 2000-2200 strokes. The candidates are required to enter it on the computer at a speed of 8,000 key depressions in an hour. As per previous years’ exam analysis, the candidates must score 150+ (UR-Category) out of 200 in Tier -I, in order to stay in the safe zone.

These marks are only possible when you are following a good preparation strategy. So, don’t waste your time, book your seat now for the Live Class Sessions through our Neyyar Learning App and from our website.


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