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Skill Test for CHSL (10+2) Exam-2020 will be conducted on 01.07.2022

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Skill Test for Combined Higher Secondary, (10+2) Examination. 2020

Skill Test for the eligible candidates of CHSL 2020 will be conducted on 01.07.2022 across the country.

a) For Typing Test, a master text passage of about 1750 key depression in English and 1500 words in Hindi will be displayed on the screen. Candidates can only type the equivalent number of words given in the master text passage.

b) Combination of alphanumeric keys followed by space is termed as one ‘Word’.

c) ln case candidates type additional words/wrong words, thereby exhausting the allowed number of words before completing the master text, then they may use arrow keys/backspace key to correct wrongly typed word(s) or remove additional typed word(s) before proceeding to complete the master text.

d) Candidates may note

i) The print out of the typed text will not be taken after the Skill Test (Typing Test).

ii) Candidates for English Typing Test are advised to choose English (U.S) as their option.

iii) Candidates appearing for Hindi Typing Test should chose the Typing Test Keyboard Layout as Hindi lnscript/Hindi Krutidev/Hindi Remington GAIL/Hindi Remington CBl.

d) A demo video for the said Typing Test has been uploaded on the website of the Commission in the CANDIDATES CORNER for the benefit of the candidates.

e) All eligible candidates requiring extra time have been allocated in all the shifts.

Note: Candidates, who are exempted for this Examination, should refer to the detailed guidelines issued by the respective Regional Office on their website.

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