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SSC CHSL 2023: Notification to be release today at ssc.nic.in

SSC CHSL 2023 Exam notification is to be released today. Candidates willing to apply for Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination can do so by visiting the official website of Staff Selection Commission - ssc.nic.in.


The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will release notification for SSC CHSL 2023 today, May 9, 2023, on the official website ssc.nic.in. Candidates interested in applying for SSC CHSL Exam 2023 can visit the website today.

According to the official calendar of SSC, the notification is scheduled to release today, May 9, 2023. Registration will begin soon and conclude on June 8, 2023.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) arrange the Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level (CHSL) exams for the recruitment of various Group C posts of Lower Divisional Clerk, Junior Secretariat Assistant, and Data Entry Operators.

The Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Tier I Examination 2023 will be held in July or August 2023.

SSC CHSL 2023: How to apply

  1. Visit the official website of SSC – ssc.nic.in.
  2. From the Homepage, click on the “Apply Now” link and then on the CHSL exam link.
  3. Fill in all the required credentials and login credentials.
  4. Now login and fill in the application form, upload the required documents and make the payment of application fees.
  5. Submit, Download, and take a printout of the final form for future reference.

To apply for the SSC CHSL 2023 exam, candidates must be between the age of 18-27 as on January 1 and must have passed Class 12 or equivalent from a recognised Board or University. However, age relaxation will be available for reserved categories.

The application fee to apply for the SSC CHSL 2023 exam is Rs. 100. However, Women Candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD), and Ex-Servicemen (ESM) who are eligible for reservation will be exempted from paying a fee.

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