The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) of India conducts one of the famous exams, the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) for various posts in different Ministries / Departments of Government of India and attached and subordinate offices. People who get selected get recruited as:
- Lower Divisional Clerks (LDC)
- Data Entry Operators(DEO)
- Postal / Sorting Assistants
- Court Clerks
Early start: SSC CHSL enables you to get started early in your career life. You can get into a stable government job just after completing your 10+2 exam. It doesn’t stop you from preparing for other Governments jobs or competitive exams.
Secured job: SSC CHSL is a golden opportunity for aspirants who want secured Government jobs and a stable and smooth career.
Salary structure: The salary is pre-set according to the category and depends on the cost of living and house rental allowances.
Lower Division Clerk 22,392 – 26,026
Data Entry Operator 29,340 – 35,220
Court Clerk 22,392 – 26,026
Postal /Sorting Assistant 29,340 – 35,220
|Lower Division Clerk
||Daily office tasks and maintenance of the data, files and documents of the office in a systematic manner
Data Entry Operator
Data entering, maintaining and updating user and client data that has to be filtered and managed on a routine basis
Administrative duties in the criminal and civil justice systems, assisting lawyers, judges and other officers of the court
|Postal /Sorting Assistant
Duties vary from department to department. Postal Assistants get posted in the Postal department of the Indian Government.
Promotion: These posts are at first level position in the Government organizations. A candidate can be promoted based on their performances to the next level of positions as given below.
- Lower Division Clerk → Assistant/ Upper Divisional Clerk → Division Clerk → Section Officer
- Data Entry Operator → Data Entry Operator Grade B → Data Entry Operator Grade C → Data Entry Operator Grade F (System Analyst)
- Court Clerk → Assistant Clerk → Bench Clerk → Head Clerk
- Postal /Sorting Assistant → Lower Selection Grade (LSG) / Supervisor → Higher Selection Grade (HSG) II / Senior Supervisor → Higher Selection Grade (HSG) II / Chief Supervisor
Now it’s time to prepare for the SSC CHSL exam
Check eAbhyasa site for important notifications on SSC CHSL exam. In fact, you need not wait till you fill the application form. You can start off with your preparation right away. Know about the syllabus and the lead reference books from eAbhyasa. Make a time-table and start studying accordingly.
The practical study tips given in eAbhyasa will help you to excel your performance in the exam. Practice various tests periodically, take feedback, improvise and it will surely make you stay ahead of your peers and land you in your dream job. All the best!