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SSC SELECTION POSTS ADVERTISEMENT NO. Phase-IX/2021/Selection Posts (Last Date: 25.10.21)

SSC SELECTION POSTS ADVERTISEMENT NO. Phase-IX/2021/Selection Posts

1. Online Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the Selection Posts indicated in Annexure- III of this Notice. Candidates should go through the Recruitment Notice carefully before applying for the post and ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions like Age-Limit/ Essential Qualifications (EQs)/ Experience/ Category, etc. as indicated in this Notice.

2. Details/ Description of posts are given at Annexure-III of the Notice of Examination. Direct Link for Post-details is available at Candidate Portal which can be seen by login into https://ssc.nic.in Candidates DashboardLatest Notification  Phase-IX/2021/Selection Posts Post Details Link.

3. Conditions on seeking fee concession, age-relaxation, reservation, etc:

a) OBC: A person seeking appointment on the basis of reservation to OBCs must ensure that he/ she possesses the caste/ community certificate. Further, he/she should not fall in creamy layer on the crucial date. The crucial date for this purpose will be the closing date for receipt of applications i.e. 25-10-2021.

b) Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) Applicants: EWS applicants seeking reservation shall invariably submit the requisite Certificate as per Format at Annexure-XI from Competent Authority (Appendix-I of this Notice), as and when called for by the Commission otherwise their claims for reservation etc. shall not be considered. The crucial date for submitting the income and asset certificate by the candidate may be treated as the closing date for receipt of online application (i.e. 25-10-2021).

c) Crucial date for claim of SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PwD/ESM status, fee concession and reservation, where not specified otherwise, will be the closing date for receipt of online applications i.e. 25-10-2021.

d) Central Government Civilian Employees (CGCE) Applicants: Central Govt. Civilian Employees should have rendered not less than 3 years continuous service on regular basis (and not on ad-hoc basis) as on the closing date of receipt of applications i.e. 25-10-2021 of the Notice and should remain in Central Government Service holding civil post in any Department/ Offices of Government of India till the candidate receives.

For claiming the benefit of age relaxation they shall invariably submit, the requisite Certificate as per Format at Annexure-X from the Competent Authority (Appendix-I of this Notice) and also submit a Declaration as per Annexure-X (A) as and when called for by the Commission, otherwise their claims for age-relaxation shall not be considered. Further, they would require furnishing “NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE” from their EMPLOYER at the time of VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS, failing which their candidature is liable to be cancelled at that very stage or at any stage of recruitment process.

Age relaxation is not applicable to CGCE who apply for Group ‘B’ posts in accordance with the instructions contained in DoPT OM No.15012/2/2010-Estt.(D) dated 27.03.2012.

NOTE: Candidates should note that in case a communication is received from their employer by the Commission withholding permission to the candidates applying for appearing in the examination, their applications shall be rejected and candidature shall be cancelled.

 

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Corrigendum-1
[Correction against the category of the post Pharmacist (Allopathic), Post Code MP11121]
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[Change of Educational Qualification in respect of the post Conservation Assistant, Post Code NR14021]
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(Change in the age limit for the category of the post Conservation Assistant, Post Code CR11121)
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