The Staff Selection Commission have the discretion to fix different qualifying standard in different papers. After the SSC Clerk examination, the Staff Selection Commission will recommended separately to each of the concerned cadre authority concerned participating in the SSC 2013 examination, the names of candidate who have attained the qualifying standard which will be determined at the discretion of the Staff Selection Commission. The name of the candidates who are considered by the Staff Selection Commission to be suitable for appointment on the basis of results of the SSC Clerk Grade examination will be arranged in a single list on the basis of their seniority in the parent Group “C” post. The employees holding posts in higher grade will rank senior to those in the lower grade. The cadre authority shall take steps to appoint them against SSC vacancies decided to be filled in accordance with the rules / regulations framed by them in this regard.
9. Criteria for Allocation :
The allocation will be made service-wise, as per the SSC vacancies. The final merit position will be determined by adding marks of paper – I, paper – II and ACRs. In case Grand total is same, the merit of the candidate will be determined on the basis of the marks obtained by him / her in paper – II and followed by paper – I. If the marks obtained by the candidates in paper – I and paper – II are equal, then the candidate having a higher date of birth will be ranked higher.
10. Typewriting Test :
- Appointment on the basis of result of SSC Clerk examination shall be subject to the condition that unless a candidate has already passed one of the periodical typewriting tests in English or Hindi held by the Staff Selection Commission, the candidate will have to pass the type test at minimum tying speed of 35 w.p.m in English or 30 w.p.m in Hindi on Computer [ 35 w.p.m. and 30 w.p.m. correspond to 10500 key depressions per hour / 9000 key depression per hour on an average of 05 key depression for each word ] to be held by the Staff Selection Commission within a period of one year from the date of appointment failing which, no annual increment (s) will be allowed to him / her until he / she has passed / cleared the typing test prescribed by the Staff Selection Commission.
- The candidates who do not pass the said type writing test within the period of probation shall be liable to be reverted to their substantive appointment or temporary posts held by them before their appointment to Lower Division Grade.
- Notwithstanding anything contained in clauses (i) and (ii ) above , a candidate, who has been declared by the competent medical authority, i.e., the Civil Surgeon, to be permanently unfit to pass the type writing test because of a physical disability , may be exempted from the requirement of passing the type writing test and, in the event of his being so exempted, the provisions of clauses (i) and (ii) shall cease to be applicable to him from the date of such exemption. The Visually Handicapped candidates with visual disability of forty percent and above will be given 35 minutes time to type. The Staff Selection Commission will engage passage dictators for each of such visually handicapped candidates who will read out the given text material to the candidate during the type test.
11. Submission of SSC Clerk Exam Application 2013 :
- Application for SSC Clerk Exam 2013 in prescribed format as given in annexure – I of the notice or on plain paper ( foolscap size ) duly typed on one side and in double space, in the format and manner as given in the SSC Clerk Exam application form ( annexure – I ) of the instant notice and duly signed in candidates own handwriting in running script and not in bold capital letters, giving the necessary information together with candidates two recent good quality and identical photographs ( 4 cm. X 5 cm. ) out of which one should be pasted on the SSC Clerk Grade application form and the other attached with the application, and one self addressed post card with postage stamps worth 6.00 ( Rupees Six only ) and two self addressed envelops of 12 X 25 cm. size ( out of which one envelope should have postage stamps worth 10 ( Rupees Ten only ) must reach the following address latest by 11.02.2013 ( 5.00 PM ) and by 26.02.2013 ( 5.00 PM ) in the case of candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Jammu & Kashmir, Lahaul and Spiti District and Pangi Sub-Division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Island, Lakashadweep and for candidates residing abroad.
Regional Director ( NR ),
Staff Selection Commission,
Block No. 12, CGO Complex,
New Delhi – 110 504.
The forwarding authority should put his / her signatures and Office Seal on photograph of the candidate pasted on the application form for SSC Exam 2013 so that half portion of Seal appears on application form & half thereof on the photograph without defacing the candidate’s photograph.
- Application for SSC Clerk Exam 2013 received after the Closing Date or not accompanied by photograph in the manner prescribed in para – 11 (i) above shall be rejected summarily. A candidate must submit his / her application for SSC Exam 2012 through the Head of his / her Department or Office concerned who will complete the endorsement at the end of the application form and forward it to the Staff Selection Commission. It will be the responsibility of the Department or Office concerned to ensure eligibility of the candidates as laid down in para – 3 and all applications for SSC 2013 received through the Department or Office before Closing Date 11.02.2013 & 26.02.2013 for candidates from for flung and remote areas respectively will be accepted by the Staff Selection Commission. SSC Clerk applications received by the Staff Selection Commission after the closing date will be rejected forthwith without any correspondence with the candidate and no subsequent request for re-consideration will be entertained by the Staff Selection Commission under any circumstances.
12. Acknowledgement of SSC Clerk application 2013 :
The candidates who apply in response to SSC Clerk Exam advertisement are assigned Index Number / Roll Numbers. These will be communicated to them on the self addressed post card ( sent by the candidates with their SSC applications ) within two weeks from the closing date. The candidate must write his / her index numbers / Roll numbers alongwith his / her name, date of birth and name of the SSC examination, while addressing any communication to the Staff Selection Commission. Communications from candidates not furnishing these particulars will not be entertained. If the admission card is not received by any candidate before one week from the date of SSC examination, they must immediately contact Regional Director ( NR ), Staff Selection Commission, Block No. 12, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110 504 with documentary proof of applying for the Staff Selection Commission examination. While appearing in the SSC Clerk examination, candidates are required to put their signatures of the Admission certificate in the same manner as signed by them on the SSC Clerk application form.
Candidates are not entitled to receive any travelling allowance from the Staff Selection Commission for taking the SSC Clerk Grade examination. Any change in address must immediately be communicated to the Staff Selection Commission’s Office, giving details of Roll Number, Name and New Address in Block Capital letters as also indicating the Name, Month and Year or SSC Clerk Limited Departmental examination.