Start online registration: 18 Jan 2014
Notification date: 18 Jan 2014
Last Date of part 1 registration: 12 Feb 2014
Last date of Part 2: 14 Feb 2014
Candidates are advised to refer to the Staff Selection Commission's notice no. F. No. 3/12/2013-P and P-I published in Employment News/Rozgar Samachar dated Jan 18, 2014 and on website ssc.nic.in before filling application form.
Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduation Level 2014As per we know SSC CGLE 2014 notification has been published and candidates want to know how to download the notification and how to fill application form. This post will help you to get notification in PDF format from Staff Selection Commission’s website.
1. Logon to www.ssc.nic.in
2. Select your desire language either English or Hindi
3. Now go to exam notification area
4. Find there recruitment notification named as “Notice - Combined Graduate Level Examination - 2014”
5. Download in PDF format.
We also post the PDF document view with help of docs.google.com and ssc.nic.in below for your convenience. You get here for the details of Education qualification, minimum eligibility, age limit, examination centers, exam date its.
Credit - http://ssc.nic.in/notice/examnotice/CGLE-2014%20Notice.pdf
SSC CLG 2014 Online Application Fill up GuideCandidates of Staff Selection Commission excited to know how to fill application form that’s why we are going to help to fill application form. Friends there are two website available for online registration of CGLE 2014 ssconline.nic.in and ssconline2.gov.in. Follow the following instruction to fill application form.
1. Logon to site ssonline.nic.in or ssconline2.gov.in
2. Now click on Examination
3. Selection Part 1 registration
4. Go to link on Online Registration
5. And fill online application form and make payment online or offline.
6. Payment will make in Part 2 registration.
Candidates can also download offline application form in PDF format from this link. We wish best of luck for CGLE 2014 and in notification don’t forget to read about post preference and state preference.