Educational Eligibility Criteria of various exams conducted by SSC
The SSC as discussed earlier is the examining body which conducts around9 exams in a year to the recruitment to the various posts of the government sectors. Those exams are conducted at various dates and have different eligibility criteria. In this article, we are going to lay emphasis on different eligibility criteria for the same.
Let’s have a look:
1. Multi-Tasking (Non-Tech) Staff Exam-
This exam draws all the candidates who have passed their 10th Exam or Matriculation Exam from a recognized board.
2. Combined Graduate Level Exam-
The Exam being held in two tier has the minimum eligibility criteria requiring a Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University. The first tier of exam sees this scenario while for the tier 2 exams, the candidates who have successfully crossed the merit list are only eligible to take the exams and no separate application form is required to be filled up by the candidates. However, some of the posts like a Statistical Investigator Grade —II, the candidates needs to have a Bachelor’s degree with Statistics as one of the subjects. For the posts of Compiler too, the students who have studied Mathematics or Statistics or Economics as the compulsory subject during the time of graduation degree are only eligible.
3. Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical & Electrical) Exam-
The exam can be taken on by the candidates who have completed their Diploma degree in either Civil, Mechanical or in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University. The candidates holding the Diploma degree with the experience of 2 years in Planning, Maintenance and Execution of Civil Engg. work are eligible to apply for the posts of Junior Civil, MES. The same goes in the case of the Mechanical Candidates and Electrical Candidates with the relevant experience based on their department.
4. Recruitment of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Exam-
For this Post, the candidate needed to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized University. For SI Posts in Delhi, the candidate should have a valid Driving License.
5. Junior Hindi Translator in Subordinate Offices Exam-
For this Post, the candidates should possess Masters Degree of a recognized University or equivalent in either English or in Hindi with Hindi or English as a compulsory or elective subject at degree level. The Candidates having a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University or equivalent with Hindi and English as main subjects (which includes either compulsory and elective) are also eligible to apply for the posts of Junior Hindi Translator in Subordinate Offices.
6. Stenographer Grade C and D Exam-
For the candidates to appear in the Stenographer Grade C and D Exam, the candidates who have completed their 12th or Intermediate from a recognized Institute or Board are eligible.
7. Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Exam-
The exam, which draws a higher number of candidates appearing from all over the country, needs to have cleared the 12th class or Intermediate from an institute or Board as recognized. In addition to this, after the qualification into the exam, the candidate needs to pass the tying test
8. Junior Translator (CSOLS) /Junior Hindi Translators Exam-
To be Hindi Pradhyapak, the candidates should have a masters degree in Hindi with English as one of the subject and B Ed. With 2 years of experience in Teaching. While for the position of Junior Hindi Translators, the applicants must have the graduation with English or Hindi as elective subject.
9. Food Corporation of India Exam-
Food Corporation of India Exam, which is being conducted by SSC for the posts of Assistant Grade 3, it draws the candidates with a degree of at least 3 years from a recognized Institute or University of India. In addition to this, the candidates should have a good knowledge of Computers and thus may gain some preference with those not having the same.
The SSC Exams which cover a huge number of Government Jobs are widely popular among the candidates. The exams which are conducted by SSC almost cover all the Degree and thus have ensured that nobody in the country are left behind and thus have given each of the candidates a chance to appear in the exams and get a Government job of their choice. Most of the Job profiles require the Graduate Degree which has ensured the much consistency and greater uniformity across the Country.