State SSC Examinations

Staff selection commission of Indian states like Haryana State Selection Commission (HSSC), Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC), and Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Selection Commission (UPSSSC) etc. conducts various State SSC Recruitment Examinations every year. Number of Vacancies depends on upon the requirement raised by the government.

Popular State Staff Selection Commission Examinations Boards are:-

  • Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC)
  • Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC)
  • Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC)
  • Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) Vyapam
  • Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC)
  • Rajasthan Subordinate and Ministerial Services Selection Board

Most of the State Level Recruitment Examinations have two types of vacancies depending upon the educational qualification.

  • Intermediate Level
  • Graduate Level

Also, the exam might be conducted in two stages namely Preliminary and Mains depending upon the number of applicants. For example, Bihar SSC conducts a two stage examination because the number of applicants is usually high.

Note: Eligibility Criteria for the exams vary accordingly. You can find detailed information for any exam in our upcoming exams section.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Can I apply to other states SSC Examinations?

Answer: Yes you can. There are certain terms and conditions, if you belong to another state you will have to apply as a general category candidate, i.e. you will not be able to avail reservation benefits and concession in fees if any.

Question: What is the age limit for State SSC Examinations?

Answer: Age Limit to apply for State SSC Examinations depends profoundly on the type of post you are applying for. For Example, if you apply for the post of clerk or equivalent, the age limit is between 17 to 42 years. But if you are applying for the post of constable or other equivalent posts the age limit would be between 17 and 21 years.  

Question: I should pay fee offline or online while applying for the post?

Answer: Both methods are safe and sound.  

While paying offline, you will be asked to choose a bank at which you wish to make the payment. After selecting the bank you will generate a challan. You have to visit the selected bank along with the challan and make the required payment. Make sure you wait for 24 hours after generating the Challan to make the payment. Offline payment will take around 3 more days for completion

While paying online, make sure you have an active NET banking account or a Credit/Debit card.

Online payment will take around 2 more days to complete the process. 

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