SSC introduces reforms in recruitment process
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
New Delhi, Feb 4: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC), which selects candidates for junior grade government jobs, has introduced reforms in its recruitment process by offering multiple choice questions, amenable to machine scanning and quicker and more objective evaluation.
For the first time, the SSC will also be introducing online application in the Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2010 with the facility of payment of application fee through State Bank of India, either through challan or on-line payment.
Henceforth, each candidate applying for multiple posts will need to submit only a single application with onetime payment of examination fee, relieving the candidates of the burden of submitting multiple applications with payment of fee with each application, an official release said.
Entire recruitment cycle is proposed to be completed in 11-12 months against almost two years at present for Combined Graduate Level Examination.
Interview/Personality Test is prescribed only for posts for which interaction with the general public will be necessary immediately after entry into service.
The restructured Combined Graduate Level Examination is expected to benefit the government, candidates and user Ministries/ Departments by way of faster completion of recruitment cycle, quicker selection and early placement, the release said.
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