CHSL Exam Pattern 2020 You Might Want to Know About

CHSL Exam Pattern 2020:

The Staff Selection Commission is responsible for conducting the recruitment of eligible candidates for various posts and vacancies. The SSC is responsible for conducting the Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (CHSL) for recruiting candidates to various posts in the many offices/ departments of the Government of India. The CHSL exam pattern helps in a methodical preparation of the exam.

CHSL Exam Pattern 2020
CHSL Exam Pattern 2020

Date of start of registration of application: 3rd December 2019

Last date to submit completed application: 10th January 2020

Date of release of admit card: 4th March 2020

Date of Tier 1 exam: 17th to 28th March 2020

Date of Tier 2 exam: 28th June 2020

Selection Procedure:

The selection procedure is conducted in 3 stages. These include the following:

  • Tier 1
  • Tier 2
  • Tier 3

CHSL exam pattern:

Tier 1

  • The exam is a computer-based online exam.
  • The exam consists of MCQ (multiple-choice objective questions).
  • The exam consists of 100 questions.
  • The exam comprises of 4 sections which are as follows:
  • Section 1: General Intelligence
  • Section 2: English Language
  • Section 3: Quantitative Aptitude
  • Section 4: General Awareness/ General Knowledge   
  • The duration of the exam is 1 hour/ 60 minutes.
  • The medium of the exam is Hindi/ English.  
  • The total weightage of the exam is 200 marks.
  • The marking scheme is as follows:
  • For Every Correct answer: +2 marks
  • For Every Incorrect answer: -0.50 marks will be deducted.  
Parts Sections Number of Questions Maximum Marks
1 General Intelligence 25 50
2 English Language 25 50
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
4 General Awareness 25 50
Total 4 Parts 100 Questions 200 Marks

Tier 2

  • The exam is a pen and paper based offline examination.
  • The exam consists of descriptive and subjective questions.
  • The medium of the exam is Hindi/ English.
  • The candidate must write essay/ application/ letter on the given topic.
  • The duration of the exam is 1 hour or 60 minutes.
  • The total weightage of the exam is 100 marks.
  • The candidate must secure the minimum qualifying cut off of 33% to qualify for the next stage of exam.
Topics Word count Maximum Marks Duration
Essay writing 200-250 100 60 minutes
Letter/Application Writing 150-200

For any further details regarding the CHSL exam pattern check the website at https://ssc.nic.in/Portal/Apply .

Also Read: https://www.theindianexpert.com/ssc-je-syllabus-and-exam-pattern/

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