SSC CHSL Tier 2 Exam 2022
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The SSC CHSL Tier 2 Exam 2022 is scheduled to be conducted tomorrow, on 9th January by the Staff Selection Commission, SSC. The admit card for the same was issued on the official website of SSC- ssc.nic.in on 29th December 2021. The candidates who are going to appear for the Combined Higher Secondary Level, CHSL exam must read all the important guidelines provided below.
The Tier-2 exam will be conducted in two different sections- the first section will consist of questions from essay writing and the second section will include questions from application writing. The candidates will be given questions worth 100 marks and a total of 60 minutes duration to solve the questions from each section. In view of the COVID-19 outbreak across the country, the examination will be conducted by following all the safety measures such as wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, using hand sanitiser, etc.
Based on the performance of the candidate in Tier- 1 and 2 exams, the commission will shortlist them for the Tier-3 exam. The candidates will be then called for the document verification round. Following which the final merit list of selected candidates will be issued on the official website of SSC.
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SSC CHSL Tier-2 Exam 2022: Important Guidelines and Instructions
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The candidates must reach the examination venue at least 1 hour prior to the commencement of the exam to avoid the last-minute hassle.
The candidate should carry a hard copy of the admit card along with valid identity proof to appear for the exam.
The candidate also must bring two passport size photographs.
The body temperature of the candidate will be checked at the time of entry. In case of a high temperature, the entry of the candidate will be restricted.
- Candidates should not bring any electronic devices or communication tools inside the exam hall. If found, the candidature will be cancelled and strict actions will be taken against the candidates.