SSC CHSL Admit card 2020 LDC DEO 12th Level Hall ticket Tier 1

Download SSC CHSL Admit card 2020 LDC DEO 12th level Call letter Tier 1 for left over candidates: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is going to conduct exam of Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 2019 (10+2 level exam) Tier 1. The Tier 1 examination for left over candidates is held from 17.08.2020 to 21.08.2020 and from 24.08.2020 to 27.08.2020. The admission ticket for Tier 1 exam are going to be released in upcoming days. Candidates can get them from the direct link provided below.

SSC CHSL Admit card 2020 Tier 1 for left over candidates

Through the below given links you can download 10+2 Level Admit cards / hall ticket.

Latest News:
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Admit card is to be available at regional websites. Tier 1 exam will be held on above said dates for remaining candidates.

Each SSC Regional website will be releasing the admit cards for CHSL 12th Level exam on its website. Staff Selection Commission was scheduled to organize the tier 1 of CHSL-2019 in March 2020 but due to covid-19 situation, exam was postponed for some candidates. Now these left over candidates exam is to be held in August 2020 on above said dates. The admit cards for CHSL will be released online at regional centre websites.

SSC CHSL 2019 Exam Date for Tier 1

CHSL 2019 Tier-I Exam date – 17 to 28 March 2020, 17.08.2020 to 21.08.2020 and from 24.08.2020 to 27.08.2020
Tier II Exam date: 
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Admit card is to be released by regions. Candidates can download their admit cards and check status from below given links. All regions hall ticket for 2019 LDC DEO 10+2 Tier 1 will be available at below given links. Check your state to find out the release.Find your state / region and get them from respective link.

Download SSC CHSL Admit card 2020 for Tier 1 LDC DEO PA SA Hall ticket Call letter

Click on below given State right side links to download.


State
Region
Direct link
Delhi, Raj., Uttrakhand
North
Maharashtra, Gujrat,Goa
Western
Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh
MP Sub-Region
West Bengal, Orrisa, Jharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkim
Eastern
Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram
North Eastern
Andhra Pradesh, Punduchery, Tamilnadu
Southern
Karnataka, Kerla
KKR region
Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh
North-Western
Uttar Pradesh & Bihar
Central

The Combined Higher Secondary Level 10+2 level (CHSL 2019) Tier 1 exam is scheduled to be held in August 2020 for remaining candidates. So call letter are going to be available for downloading / viewing / printing around 10-20 days before the exam as per schedule. Regional websites uploaded them for the written exam one by one. Candidates need to get their SSC CHSL hall tickets from their regional website for appearing in the test. They will be available for only those candidates whose had successfully filled the online application form and submitted the fee. 
SSC CHSL admission certificates for various regions will be released by various regions.
1. Central Region
2. Eastern region
3. Western region
4. North Eastern region
5. Southern region
6. North Western region
7. MP Sub region
8. Northern region
9. KKR region
All the posts carry All India Service Liability (AISL) i.e. the candidate, on selection, may be asked to serve anywhere in the country.
Here are important things you need to carry at the centre:
1. SSC CHSL Admit card 2020
2. One Valid Photo Identity Proof
3. 3 Passport Size photographs
4. Blue/Black Ball point Pen

Here are important things you are not allowed to carry at the venue:
1. Mobiles
2. Electronic devices
3. Any unfair means

Written Test Details:
SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level exam consists of two parts.
1. Written Test
2. Practical Test (Skill / Typing Test)

First written exam of objective type will be conducted. Candidates will be given OMR Sheet and question paper. For every question asked, 4 options are given and one is to be selected as answer and marked in the OMR Sheet.
SSC LDC Admit card
SSC DEO Admit card
SSC CHSL Admit card
The written exam consist of the following four sections of 50 marks each :-
1. English Language
2. General Intelligence and Reasoning
3. Quantitative Aptitude
4. General Awareness

The exam will be of 200 marks having 200 questions. 2 hours time is given.