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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

SSC CHSL (10+2) Exam - 2015 : 6578 Posts ( Postal Assistants, LDC and DEO)

SSC Announced Bumper Vacancy for 12th Passouts : Over 6500 Posts



If you are looking for Government Jobs in India after 10+2 (12th Class), then this is the exam for you. This is the only exam in India and conducted by Staff Selection Commission, that can help you in getting Central Govt. Job in India after 12th Class.

We know this Exam, by many names, Like SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (CHSLE), SSC 10+2 Exam, SSC LDC & DEO Exam etc. This Exam by SSC is held every year in the month of Oct/Nov

The Salary is not that much higher, as we have for Group B and Group A Posts, but with just a year left for implementation of 7th Pay Commission, huge increment in salary is on the cards. It is expected that, there will be an increase of 60% in Salary. So, this is a golden time to apply for get a Govt Job with this Exam.

In 2015, SSC is conducting the CHSL Exam for posts mentioned below

1) Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistants
2) Lower Division Clerks (LDC)
3) Data Entry Operators.

So, if you wish to apply for any of these above mentioned posts, then you must apply for SSC Combined Hr. Secondary Level (CHSL) Exam. 

In this post, we are going to share the Complete Details of SSC CHSL Exam-2015. Applicants willing to apply this exam, must read this post till end and apply before the Last Date : 13th July, 2015.

The Recruitment Notification for SSC CHSL Exam 2015 is released online at the SSC Official Website and same has been published in the Employment Newspaper Of 13th June - 20th June, 2015. 

In our previous post, we have shared the Details of Jobs advertised by Reserved Bank of India for Graduate. If you haven't read that post, then you must know and apply for RBI Assistant Recruitment 2015 


SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam 2015


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