SSC Exams 2022- All SSC Exams

Staff Selection Commission commonly known as SSC conduct conducts various exams on a yearly basis like SSC CGL, CHSL, CPO, JE, GD and Stenographer.

Staff Selection Commission is a government-authorized body it conducts exams to recruit staff for different posts in departments, organizations, and ministries under the Government of India. There are separate Staff Selection Commissions for different states they conduct exams to recruit staff for their respective state Governments.

Here we provide details of all exams conducted by SSC. We know that students are preparing for different SSC exams you can select your exam for preparations and study material.

SSC Latest Updates

Upcoming SCC Exam dates

SSC Calendar 2022

SSC Calendar 2022 is released by SSC to declare upcoming SSC exams on a yearly basis in which all important dates about exams are notified.

SSC Exam / Recruitment NameSSC Notification ReleasedLast DateSSC Exam Date 2022
Combined Graduate Level CGL Exam 202123/12/202123/01/2022Tier I – April 2022
Combined Higher Secondary Level CHSL 10+2 Exam 202101/02/202207/03/2022Tier I – May 2022
Multi Tasking Staff MTS Exam 202122/03/202230/04/2022Tier I – June 2022
Selection Post Phase X Exam 202210/05/202209/06/2022July 2022
Delhi Police Head Constable Ministerial Exam 202217/05/202216/06/2022September 2022
Delhi Police Constable Driver Exam 202227/06/202226/07/2022October 2022
Delhi Police Head Constable AWO / TPO Exam 202204/07/202203/08/2022November 2022
Sub Inspector in Delhi Police / Central Armed Force CPO SI 2021 Exam14/08/202213/09/2022Paper I – December 2022
Junior Hindi Translator / Junior / Senior Translator Exam 202122/08/202221/09/2022December 2022
Scientific Assistant IMD Examination 202229/08/202228/09/2022January 2023
Delhi Police MTS Civilian Exam 202211/10/202215/11/2022February 2023
Junior Engineer JE Exam 202128/11/202227/12/2022Paper I – March 2023
Stenographer Grade C & D Exam 202105/12/202231/12/2022April 2023
Delhi Police Constable Executive Exam 202209/01/202312/02/2023May 2023
Constable GD CAPF / NIA / SSF / Rifleman / Assam Rifles Exam 202222/02/202331/03/2023June 2023
SSC Calendar 2022

SSC Exams 2022 Vacancy

Vacancy declared by staff selection commission for 2022.

ExaminationVacancy details
SSC GDMale: 50,066Female: 8,307
SSC StenographerGrade C: 473Grade D: 991
SSC Exams Vacancy

SSC Exams Syllabus

SSC exams are conducted by the commission in different stages such as Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3. Commission provide a detailed syllabus for all exams. In the SSC Tier 1 Examination, the major sections covered under the SSC Syllabus are Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, Reasoning, and General Awareness. And in Tier Exams, there are two main subjects which are Maths and English. You can check the syllabus for all exams here.

Name of the examTier ITier IITier III
SSC CGLGeneral knowledge, General Intelligence, Quantitative aptitude, English comprehension, Arithmetical ability English language & comprehensionDescriptive test
SSC stenographerGeneral intelligence, general awareness, English languageSkill test
SSC CAPFS and DPGeneral intelligence, general awareness, quantitative aptitude, English comprehensionEnglish language & comprehension
SSC JEGeneral reasoning, general engineeringCivil, Mechanical, Electrical,
SSC Exams Syllabus
Syllabus for SSC CGL 2022
Syllabus for SSC CHSL 2022
Syllabus for SSC CPO 2022
Syllabus for SSC MTS 2022
Syllabus for SSC JE 2022
Syllabus for SSC GD 2022
Syllabus for SSC Exams

SSC Exams Eligibility

Some eligibility criteria are described by SSC in exams notification interested aspirants must fulfil these criteria to appear in any of the exams connected by SSC. Here are some general SSC eligibility criteria which will help you to apply for a particular exam as per your educational qualification, nationality, and age limit.

  • Nationality: An aspirant must be an Indian citizen.
  • Age Limit: An aspirant must not be less than 18 years and not more than 32 years, as applicable. The age limit, however, is likely to vary as per the exam that you are willing to apply for. 
  • Educational Qualification: An aspirant must have passed class 12th or possess a bachelor’s degree, as required.
ExaminationAge limitEducational qualification
SSC CGL27 -32 yearsBachelor’s Degree with 60% minimum marks
SSC CHSL18 – 27 yearsMust have passed 12th standard
SSC CPO20 – 25 yearsAny Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University
SSC JE18 – 27 years for JE (Civil & electrical)30 years for Naval, BORDER road32 years for CPWDBachelor’s degree in Engineering specialization in electrical, civil, mechanical
SSC MTS18 – 25 years10th passed or equivalent graduation from a recognized institute
Eligibility for SSC Exams

Apart from fulfilling the above-given eligibility criteria, there are some exams that need you to have the given physical standards. For example, CPO, Delhi Police, and GD Constable demand you to maintain the required physical standard. You can read complete eligibility for different exams.

Eligibility for SSC CGL
Eligibility for SSC CHSL
Eligibility for SSC CPO
Eligibility for Different SSC Exams

SSC Exams Patterns

SSC Exams are conducted in different stages. Exam patterns for different exams are different. Some exams are conducted in two stages while exams are conducted in three stages. These different stages are commonly known as Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3. In Tier 1 objective types of questions are asked but tier two is different for all exams. so we provided exam pattern links for all exams conducted by SSC.

Exam Patterns of SSC CGL
Exam Patterns of SSC CHSL
Exam Patterns of SSC CPO
Exam Patterns of SSC MTS
Exam Patterns of SSC JE
Exam Patterns of SSC GD
SSC Exam Pattern

Previous Year Question Papers

Previous year’s questions papers are very important for every exam. With the help of the previous year’s paper, we can understand the trend of questions, and level of questions and find out important topics for the exam. So to help you in your preparations we provide previous year’s questions papers for the SSC exams.

SSC CGL previous year paper
SSC CHSL previous year paper
SSC CPO previous year paper
SSC MTS previous year paper
SSC JE’s previous year paper
SSC GD previous year paper
SSC Previous Year Paper

SSC Exams Admit Card 2022

Admit card is an important document required to appear for SSC exams of any category. Staff Selection Commission intimates candidates about the download of SSC exams online admit card. From the official site alone, candidates can download admit cards for SSC Exams 2022.

Regulations to download the admit card are easy to follow and the below passage derives steps to download the same. The admit card comprises information related to SSC Exams 2022.

Updates of SSC Exam 2022 admit card:

Admit card is issued to all the exams conducted by Staff Selection Commission. The exams are:

  • SSC GD
  • SSC JE
  • SSC Stenographer

The exam schedule is affected due to a surge in Covid- 19 cases. However, SSC manages issuing admit cards to related examinations15 days before the new examination date.

How to Download SSC Exam 2022 Admit Card?

The following bullets explain to download the admit card for SSC Exams.

  • Enter official site
  • Click on ‘’admit card’’ on the Home page
  • Select ‘’region-wise category’’ to view admits card.
  • Now, links to download the admit card for specific exams are displayed on the window.
  • Enter valid credentials to view respective admit cards on a new window.
  • Save and download the appropriate SSC Exam 2022 admit card for exam purposes.

Admit card is the essential document that contains needed instructions to appear SSC Exam of any category. The candidate must check the information entered on the admit card are correct.

Details on Admit Card

  • Name of the candidate
  • Date of Birth
  • Registration number
  • Name of exam
  • Venue of exam
  • Time of exam
  • Signature and Photograph of the candidate
  • Examination instructions.

SSC Exams Answer Key 2022

Staff Selection Commission releases answers key to a respective exam, as well. It is not advisable to download the answer key from other sites. The answer keys are considered unauthorized unless released by the official site.

So, the proper answer key to any exam conducted by Staff Selection Commission is released within a week or two on the official site. Aspirants can check on the site.

  • Go to site
  • Select the ‘‘answer key’’ option.
  • Check from the list of answers dropped by Commission to cross-check the attempts.
  • Raise hands if any objections persist to the declared answer.
  • Staff Selection Commission verifies the objection and proclaims the change with the answer if any.

SSC Exams Result 2022

The result is the end of the game and the official site releases it on a specific page. Aspirants who appeared in specific SSC exams are invited to the official site to check their results. Those who crack the initial level of the SSC exam are invited to appear for the next levels.

To check the result aspirants are asked to select the ‘’Result’’ option on the home page

Staff Selection Commission conducts recruitment examinations for various departments through several levels. Each level is declared with a specific result is released on the official site.

SSC Exams Cutoff 2022

SSC recruitment is based on the merit cut-off marks obtained in specific examinations department-wise. Previous year’s cut-off marks are compatible to recruit officials in various departments and the cut-off marks are affected by several factors like

  • number of examinees appears,
  • the difficulty of the exam conducted,
  • Several vacancies in a specific department, etc.

Cut-off marks expected for all the SSC Exam recruitment in the year ahead based on previous cut-off marks are tabulated below.

GD73 – 7670 – 7361 – 6454 – 5772 – 7545 – 50

SSC Salary Structure

Officials recruited under SSC exam recruitment are paid for the job position provided. The salary structure for officials recruited through SSC is:

SalaryINR 24,446/- – 54,864/-INR 44,000/-INR 21,700/- – 69,100/-INR 35,400/-INR 18,000/- – 22,000/-INR 14,500/-INR 7,600/-

Exams Conducted by SSC


The full form of the SSC CGL exam is the Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level exam. It is one of the most popular SSC exams for graduates. There are four Tiers in the SSC CGL exam that need to be cleared by the candidates to get recruited into Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ posts in various Government departments.

Tier 1 and Tier 2 are Computer-Based Tests (CBT) to assess the knowledge of candidates in various domains like Mathematics, Economics, Reasoning, Current Affairs, etc. Tier 3 of SSC CGL is a descriptive paper consisting of essay and letter/application writing to examine the writing proficiency of candidates in English/Hindi. Those who will clear the first three stages will be called for a skill test which can be a Data Entry Speed Test or Computer Proficiency Test depending on the post for which you have applied.

SSC CGL Notification

The notification for SSC CGL 2022 is released by the commission, hence the dates for the same are as follows:

SSC CGL Exam CGL Exam Dates (Tentative)
SSC CGL Notification
Online Application Submission
SSC CGL Admit CardTo be notified
Tier I exam
Tier-II examTo be notified
Tier III examTo be notified
Tier IV examTo be notified

Candidates willing to appear for SSC Exam 2022 for different SSC CGL posts can check the following links for relevant information:

  • SSC CGL Preparation
  • SSC CGL Salary
  • SSC CGL Eligibility criteria
  • SSC CGL Apply Online
  • SSC CGL Admit Card
  • SSC CGL Cut Off
  • SSC CGL Exam Analysis
  • SSC CGL Answer Key
  • SSC CGL Result

Some important facts about the SSC CGL Exam:

Exam Pattern of SSC CGL

The SSC CGL exam will be held in four stages or tiers .i.e Tier – 1, Tier -2, Tier – 3, and Tier – 4.

  1. Tier – 1 will take place in multiple slots via computer mode, with objective-type questions.
  2. Tier – 2 will comprise two papers – Quantitative Aptitude and English of about 200 marks
  3. Tier – 3 is a descriptive type exam that is designed to test the written skills of candidates in the Hindi/English language.
  4. Tier – 4 is conducted exclusively for the post of Assistant Audit Officer.

SSC CGL Eligibility

Qualification :

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any subject with at least 60 % Marks in Mathematics in 12th standard Or
  • Bachelor’s Degree in any subject with Statistics as one of the core subjects.

Age Limit

SSC has increased the age limit for SSC CGL Recruitment, though the age varies for different posts. The minimum age limit defined for SSC CGL is 27 years and the maximum is 32 years.

Post-Wise Age Limit :

As of 1st January 2022

DepartmentAge LimitPosts
CSS20 – 30 yearsAssistant Section Officer
Intelligence BureauNot exceeding 30 YearsAssistant Section Officer
Directorate of Enforcement, Department of RevenueNot exceeding 30 YearsAssistant Enforcement Officer
M/o of Statistics & Prog. ImplementationUp to 32 yearsJunior Statistical Officer
NIAUp to 30 yearsSub Inspector
CBI20-30 yearsSub Inspector
Narcotics18-25 yearsSub Inspector
CBEC20-27 yearsTax Assistant
Other departments18-27 yearsAll other posts


SSC CHSL exam stands for Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level exam, which is a national level exam conducted to recruit students who have cleared higher secondary (12th passed) into different government departments, offices, and ministries for posts like Data Entry Operator, Sorting Assistants, Junior Secretariat Assistant, LDC, etc.

This year, the SSC CHSL exam notification was released on 1 February 2022. As per the latest update, the SSC CHSL exam Tier 1 took place from 24 May to 10 June 2022. The last SSC exam date to apply for the CHSL exam 2022 was 07 March 2022.


SSC MTS exam is conducted by the Commission every year to recruit eligible candidates for the post of Multitasking Staff (MTS) in various central government departments, offices, and ministries. SSC MTS exam notification has been out on 22 March 2022 which provides candidates with all the information related to the upcoming SSC exam for MTS Tier 1 which is scheduled to take place from 05 July to 22 July 2022.


Those who want to join the Police force can check the SSC CPO exam notification which will be released on 14 August 2022. The full form of SSC CPO is Staff Selection Commission Central Police Organization. The SSC CPO exam 2022 is tentatively scheduled for December 2022.

There will be two online tests to test the basic knowledge of candidates followed by a Physical Efficiency Test. Candidates can be placed in the following departments if they clear the SSC CPO exam: Delhi Police, BSF, CISF, CAPFs, etc.

SSC Stenographer Exam

SSC Stenographer is a competitive entrance exam conducted on a national level by the Staff Selection Commission for the recruitment of candidates for Grade C and Grade D jobs. SSC invites candidates for the recruitment in a general Central Service Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Non-Gazetted post in various Central Government Ministries/Departments in different States and Union Territories. 

SSC Stenographer exam 2022 is tentatively scheduled to be held in April 2023, for which the notification is expected to be out in December 2022.

SSC Exam Selection Post Phase 10

There are a total of 2065 vacancies released in the SSC Selection Post Phase 10 exam along with the official notification on 12 May 2022. It is an SSC exam conducted to give a chance to lakhs of aspirants to apply for various posts in government departments across India.

There are three categories of posts and candidates, divided on the basis of educational qualification, which are for graduates, higher secondary, and for those who have completed matriculation. The Tier 1 of the SSC exam for Selection Post Phase 10 is expected to be conducted in August 2022.

SSC Delhi Police Head Constable Exam

The board also conducts the SSC exam for Delhi Police Head Constable for which the notification has been released on 17 May 2022. It is conducted separately for Ministerial level and Assistant Wireless Operator (AWO)/Tele-Printer Operator (TPO) posts. Candidates who have cleared Grade 12 from a recognised board and are willing to join as a Head Constable in the Delhi Police department can apply for this SSC exam before the last date.

Let us also check the details of IB ACIO exam and DFCCIL to have a complete understanding of the SSC exams (Railway).


IB ACIO is a graduate-level examination conducted by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). The full form of IB ACIO in the Intelligence Bureau Assistant Central Intelligence Officer. MHA will release the official IB ACIO exam notification 2022 soon on their official website. The age limit for the General category is 18-27 years. Interested and eligible candidates can check the latest updates about the exam and start their preparations now.


DFCCIL stands for Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited, which is a Public Sector Undertaking under the Government of India. DFCCIL exam notification 2022 will be available soon on its official website. DFCCIL is expected to release the recruitment process for the posts of Executive (Electrical), Executive (Civil), Executive (Operations & BD), Executive (Signal & Telecommunication), Executive (Mechanical), and Junior Executive (Signal & Telecommunication), Junior Executive (Mechanical), Junior Executive (Electrical), Junior Executive (Operations & BD) soon.

NRA CET for SSC Exams

As per the latest updates by the Union Cabinet, CET (Common Eligibility Test) will be the new module for all non-gazetted posts (Group B and C) under SSC and Railway recruitment exams. CET SSC and Railway exams for Tier 1 stage will now be conducted by the NRA (National Recruitment Agency). This CET score will be valid for the next 3 years, however, the other stages of selection such as Tier 2, Tier 3, etc will be conducted by the exam categories only.

How to Fill SSC Exam Application Form 2022

Fill in the application form downloaded from the official site to appear SSC Exams every year. Candidates should visit the official site to view and download a respective application form for SSC exams 2022. The Commission declares the eligibility criteria to appear in any examination.

Steps to download and fill out the application form are narrated clearly to the aspirants.

SSC Exam Registration Process

To register on SSC official site is mandatory for all candidates. Aspirants must follow essential prerequisites to make this one-time registration successfully.

  • Visit the official site
  • Go to the ‘’apply’’ section.
  • Select appropriate examination to appear.
  • For instance: SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO, SSC MTS, SSC JE, SSC GD, SSC Stenographer. Options given to select from.
  • Candidate should enter personal information like Name, Date of birth, mobile number, email id, etc.
  • New id and password are generated and intimated to the candidate’s mail id.
  • Use the registration id and password to log in to the account.

To fill out the application form SSC Exam recruitment 2022 candidates are asked to log in to the official site by implementing login credentials like Registration id, and password. Candidates were asked to remit the application fee to download and submit for SSC Exam 2022.

Use the steps below to download and submit the application form filled in.

  • Visit the official site.
  • Select the ‘’Apply’’ icon
  • You can select the appropriate exam and download the respective application form from the official home page of SSC.
  • Pay the application fee before submitting the application form.
  • The candidate’s signature and photograph specimen are a must for identification purposes.
  • The exam center selected by candidates provided three options for every candidate.
  • Check all the details entered correctly before submitting the application form.
  • Once submitted details are not changed mandatorily.

SSC Exam Recruitment 2022 Application Fee

Staff Selection Commission has proclaimed application fees for every exam category. The fees are negotiable for a scheduled category and relaxed in other backward communities and special category candidates.

Application fee of INR 100/- is collected from candidates who apply for SSC Exams 2022. There is relaxation in remitting fees for candidates denoting SC/ST, People with permanent disabilities, female candidates, and ex-Servicemen.

Candidates can draft the application fee through NEFT, BHIM UPI, credit or debit cards, etc. The challan is preserved for future reference.

Overview of SSC Exams

Exam Conducting AuthorityStaff Selection Commission (SSC)
Level of ExamModerate to Difficult
Purpose of ExamFill vacancies in ministries/departments/organisations of the Government of India
Exams FrequencyOnce a year
Mode of ExamOnline
Exam LanguageEnglish and Hindi
Recruitment StagesWritten test, descriptive, physical standard (if required)

FAQ for SSC Exams

  1. What is the full form of SSC?

    The full form of SSC is Staff Service Commission. It is widely known as SSC. It is a Government body that conducts various exams to recruit candidates for Group B and C posts in various government ministries under the Government of India.

  2. What Exams are conducted by SSC?

    SSC conducted the following examinations:
    1) SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level)
    2) SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level)
    3) SSC CPO (Central Police Organisation)
    4) SSC MTS [Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination]
    5) SSC JE (Junior Engineer)
    6) SSC GD (General Duty) Constable
    7) SSC Stenographer
    8) SSC Grade-C Stenographers Limited Departmental Competitive Exam
    9) SSC Constable (Executive) Male and Female in the Delhi Police
    10) SSC Phase-VIII
    11) SSC JHT (Junior Hindi Translator)

  3. What is SSC Exam?

    SSC Exams are various exams conducted by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit candidates in various Group B and C level posts in government departments. Eligibility, Job profile and salary for different SSC Exams are different. Candidates are advised to check the detailed notification for each SSC post. Each detail for exams like schedule, eligibility, vacancy, salary, etc is posted on this page.

  4. What are SSC Exam Jobs?

    By clearing the SSC exam, you can recruit to a government department as per the vacancy and their preference. These posts are of Group B, Group C, and Group D.

  5. What is the qualification for SSC exam?

    Different SSC exams require different educational qualifications. For SCC CGL the qualification is graduation, for SSC CHSL it is the 12th for SSC MTS and SSC GD qualification is the 10th.

  6. Which are the SSC exam for 12th pass?

    SSC exams that are available after class 12 passes students are SSC CHSL, SSC Stenographer Grade C and D, SSC MTS, and SSC GD Constable.

  7. Which is the most popular SSC exam?

    The most popular SSC exam is SSC CGL but there are some more exams which are popular these are SSC CHSL, SSC CPO, SSC MTS, and SSC GD.

  8. What is SSC exam syllabus?

    The common syllabus for SSC exams is General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English but the detailed syllabus for SSC exams is different for different exams which are conducted by SSC and it also depends on the level of the exam. You can check SSC Syllabus for each exam on this page.

  9. What is SSC Exam Eligibility?

    The Eligibility for SSC Exams is:
    -The candidate must be an Indian citizen
    -He/She should possess basic educational qualifications as required for a specific post
    -The applicant should not be less than 18 years of age
    -She/he should not be more than the maximum age limit mentioned for a specific SSC exam.

  10. What is the mode of SSC Exams?

    All SSC exams are held in online mode. However, the descriptive papers are held in offline mode as they are written examinations conducted through pen and paper.

  11. What is the age limit for SSC CGL Exam?

    The age limit for SSC Exams is between 18 years to 32 years but for different SSC posts, it is different candidates are advised to check the notification of each post we also provide detail of the age limit on this page.

  12. What is the mode of application to the SSC Exams?

    The mode of application of all SSC Exams is Online. The interested Candidate can fill out the application form through their website.

  13. What is the highest post in SSC Exam?

    The highest post that a candidate can get through by qualifying Combined Graduate Level SSC Examination is Assistant Accounts Officer OR Assistant Audit Officer. AAO is a Group “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial) post with a grade pay of 4800 rupees.

  14. What is the negative marking scheme in the SSC exam?

    The negative marking scheme in the SSC exam is one-fourth. Candidates will lose 0.5 marks for each wrong answer.

  15. How many exams are there in SSC?

    There are various exams conducted by SSC like- SSC CGL, SSC CPO, SSC CHSL, SSC GD, SSC JE etc.

  16. Is SSC a Government job?

    Yes SSC recruits for the government department so we can say that SSC is a Government job. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is one of the largest staff recruiting Government organizations in India. The SSC is under the Department of Personnel & Training, Government of India.

  17. What is SSC salary?

    The salary for different SSC posts is different it depends on the pay level of the post. for more detail check out our post.

  18. Is SSC exam tough?

    SSC conduct various exams some of them are very tough like SSC CGL. Candidates have to clear many stages of exams to appear in the final selection list. But don’t worry about it we help you with your preparations.

  19. What are the subjects for SSC?

    There are four subjects asked in SSC there are General Intelligence, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language.

  20. Which SSC exam is easy?

    SSC conduct various exams the level of these exams is moderate to high but SSC CHSL, SSC GD and SSC MTS are comparatively easy than SSC CGL and SSC CPO.

  21. Is maths compulsory for SSC?

    If you are preparing for SSC examinations, math is one subject that you cannot skip and has to score decent to ensure your selection.