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SSC EXAMS: STEPS AFTER FINAL RESULT OF AN EXAM

SSC EXAM: STEPS AFTER FINAL RESULT

1. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) does nomination of the candidate for appointment for various posts selected through the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam, the Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level (CHSL) Exam, SI Delhi Police and CPO Exam, etc. to their user departments (department to which one is selected). List of nominations is available at the candidate’s regional website. Nomination these days takes roughly 1 month or so.

2. After the nomination, state/region preferences are asked from the departments to which one is selected. In a department or two state preferences are not asked for, rather they allocate states according to their policies in this respect. Roughly it takes 2-3 months in the whole process after the nominations.

3. After that, Offer of Appointment is sent by the state/zone allocated.

4. But in CBIC (except TA), CBN, CBI, NIA, the Physical Test is conducted after the state/zone allocation. The Offer of Appointment is sent only if the physical Test is passed.

5. After getting the Offer of Appointment, the medical test is performed and the police verification goes side by side, but in some departments the police verification is done after the joining.

6. Finally joining.

 

WHAT DOES NOMINATION MEAN IN SSC?

After the final result of an exam the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) sends all documents of the selected candidates to the departments to which they have been selected. This set of documents is called dossier. This mainly includes the exam application, various admit cards, educational/category/other certificates, report of documents verification, etc. When the dossier of a selected person is sent to the concerned department by the SSC, is called nomination. A nomination these days generally takes one month time or so

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10 Comments

  1. May 16, 2015 at 4:47 PM

    Under CBEC
    1)Inspector post 2)Tax Assistant post

    It is mentioned as physical test is required In CBEC.
    Is physical test required for TA CBEC also?

    • Maha Gupta
      May 16, 2015 at 8:45 PM

      No, it’s only meant for Inspector post.

  2. May 22, 2015 at 3:33 PM

    sir i worked as sbi po for 2.5 years.i resigned last year on 24.07.2014 but still waiting to get relieved.can u please tell me if the NOC/relieving letter is required at interview stage or i can produce the same later before joining.

    • Maha Gupta
      May 23, 2015 at 2:09 AM

      Bank employees do not need NOC;only resignation letter will do.

  3. May 28, 2015 at 6:38 AM

    Sir,
    I have not filled state preference for central excise inspector. Because I was not informed. What should I do? There were no information on SSC website what to do after nomination.
    Plz reply.
    Thank you.

  4. June 24, 2015 at 12:16 AM

    Sir,
    I have been selected for Central Excise Inspector Post through SSC CGL 2013.
    While filling BioData Form I have given my Brother-in-law and Sister’s residential ADDRESS
    as Permanent address and my residential address as PRESENT ADDRESS.
    Will there be any problem during Police Verification because I have given my Sister’s address as permanent address?Do I need to send letter to CBEC Delhi main office to change my permanent address ? My sister’s family and My family stay in same area itself.
    Plz Reply Sir.
    Thank U.

    • Maha Gupta
      June 24, 2015 at 12:35 AM

      No, this is no wrong. One can give any permanent residence. If you want to change it you can. When the OFFER OF APPOINTMENT is there fill your actual permanent address when asked for.

    • June 24, 2015 at 1:03 PM

      Thank You Sir.