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SSC CGL 2024: 17,000 Vacancies Announced, Check Details

The notification for the 2024 Combined Graduate Level (CGL) test has been released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC).

The recruitment drive will fill around 17,727 vacancies in multiple departments. The application process for the exam started on June 24 and will continue till July 24.

Interested candidates can register at ssc.gov.in.

SSC CGL will be held in two tiers. The tentative schedule for the tier 1 examination is September-October while the tentative schedule for the tier 2 examination is December, 2024. The exam will be computer-based, followed by a document verification round. The plan for the computer-based examination and syllabus have been mentioned in the notification. Document verification will be done by the user departments after the declaration of final results, the commission said.

Shortlisted candidates will be appointed to various Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ posts in different ministries, departments, organisations of Government of India and various constitutional bodies, statutory bodies and tribunals. Allocation of posts will be made as per the provisions of the notice of examination based on merit-cum-preference of posts.


Depending on the job position, the age limit is either 18-30 years, 20-30 years, 18-32 years or 18 to 27 years. The cut-off date for determining the age limit will be August 1, 2024 and a relaxation in the upper age limit will be given to reserved category candidates.

The educational qualification requirements also vary from post to post.

Meanwhile, the application fee for the exam is Rs 100. Women candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD) and Ex-servicemen (ESM) eligible for reservation are exempted from payment of the application fee.

The minimum qualifying marks in the examination are 30 per cent for unreserved, 25 per cent for OBC and EWS candidates and 20 per cent for all other categories. The maximum percentage of errors allowed (minimum qualifying standards) are 20 per cent for unreserved, 25 per cent for OBC and EWS candidates and 30 per cent for all other categories.

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