How does Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conduct Combined Graduate Level Examination (CHSL) after high secondary level ? After Higher Secondary or Senior Secondary SSC conducts CHSL Exams for different posts in the Central Government.
Aiming for any Post Like :
- Lover Divisional Clerk (LDC)
- Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA)
- Postal Assistant (PA)
- Sorting Assistant (SA)
- Data Entry Operator (DEO)
What is the Method or Pattern Of Organizing the CHSL Exam ?
To have a look at the SSC CHSL Exam Pattern, let us analyse the method of the the examinations. The CHSL Exam is organized in the following Steps:
- Objective Type Computer Based Examinations (Tier 1)
- Descriptive Paper (Tier 2)
- Typing/Skill Test (Tier 3)
- Typing Test for LDC/JSA and PA/SA
- Skill Test for DEO Post
SSC CHSL Exam Pattern For Computer Based Examination (Tier 1)
The computer based CHSL Tier 1 examination would be Objective Type Multiple Choice questions paper in Hindi and English. The constituents of which are (a) English Language (Basics) 25 Questions – 50 Marks (b) General Intelligence 25 Questions – 50 Marks (c) Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic ) 25 Questions -50 Marks (d) General Awareness 25 Questions – 50 Marks and the time given would be 60 minute total.
A Glimpse of the SSC CHSL Exam Pattern (Tier 1)
|SR. NO.||SUBJECTS||QUESTIONS||MAX. MARKS|
|1.||English Language (Basic)||25||50|
NOTE : There will be 60 minute for CHSL Tire 1 Exam and 0.50 mark for each wrong answer would be Negative Marking.
How is the Pattern of the CHSL Tier 2 Exam ?
The descriptive paper of the SSC CHSL Tier 2 pattern has an Essay in about 200-250 words and a letter/application around 150-200 words, to be completed in one hour with maximum 100 marks.
And now a quick look at the sketch of the CHSL Tier -2 descriptive paper:
|Topic||Words to be written||Marks Allotted||Time Given|
|100 Marks Total||60 Minute Total|
Your writing and language shows how educated you are, Your words formation reflects how civilized and cultured you are.
For SSC CHSL Exam Pattern , How is Tier 3 Conducted ?
In CHSL Tier 3 there are Skill Test and Typing Test for the candidates. If you apply for Data Entry Operator you must have typing skills. The venue or the commission would provide you a computer to qualify the test at the prescribed speed.
What Does Typing Test in SSC CHSL Exam Pattern mean ?
Typing 35 words per minute is necessary in English, whereas for Hindi it is 30 words per minute. This test is required for Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, LDC and Court Clerk post’s.
In SSC CHSL Exam Pattern Skill Test is What ?
For the Data Entry Operator post Skill Test is essential. 8000 key depressions per hour on the computer is a requirement, logically speaking.