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What does NOMINATION mean in SSC?

What does NOMINATION mean in SSC?

After the final result of an exam the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) sends all the documents of the selected candidates to the departments to which they have been selected. This set of documents is called dossier. It mainly includes exam application, various admit cards, educational/category/other certificates, report of documents verification, etc. of the candidates.

When the dossier of a selected person is sent to the concerned department by the SSC, it is called nomination. Nominations of Assistant Section Officers in CSS are normally made first. A nomination these days generally takes one month time or so.

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