SSC CGL 2021-22 Tier 1 Admit Card will be released on the official website of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) the conducting body. The exam will be conducted from 11 to 21 April 2023. Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level(SSC CGL) national-level exam conducted by the to select candidates for Group B and C posts in various ministries /departments/organizations of the Government of India. This exam has a four-tier system in which tier 1 and tier 2 are computer-based and in tier 3 and 4, there is a descriptive paper and a computer proficiency test or skill test and document verification for job applicants. Candidates must go through the given below article which contains all the necessary information about SSC CGL 2023 Hall Ticket.
SSC CGL 2020 Tier-I Admit Card will be released on the official website of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) the conducting body. The exam will be conducted from 11 to 21 April 2023.
SSC CGL Admit Card 2023 Dates
Candidates must check all dates regarding SSC CGL 2023 Admit Card from the below table:
|Tier-I admit card
|Tier-II 2020 exam
|11 to 21 April 2023
SSC CGL 2023 Admit Card
The candidates have to follow a few rules. They are mentioned further:
- Candidates can download the admit card from the official website only. Any other forms of sending the admit card shall not happen.
- The candidates are advised to go through all the details on the admit card beforehand. The errors in the admit card can be addressed to the authorities before the examination only.
- Any errors in the details on the candidate's admit card must be taken to the notice of the SSC CGL authorities immediately.
- The candidates are advised to visit the exam centre one day before the examination to find out the best feasible route. This would help the candidates reach the exam centre in time.
- The examination centre given on the admit card is final. Any requests to change the examination centre shall not be entertained by the authorities.
- The exam date, exam centre, etc. must be checked for any errors and authenticity.
- The candidates are advised to bind by the rules and regulations mentioned on the admit card.
Details on the SSC CGL Hall Ticket 2023
The following details shall be present on the admit card:
- Name of the candidate
- Date of birth of the candidate
- Application number
- Mother’s name of the candidate
- Roll number of the candidate
- Category of the candidate
- Details about the exam centre
- Photograph and signature of the candidate
- PwD status of the candidate
- Schedule of the examination
- Time of start of the examination
- Specific exam day instructions
Documents Required for SSC CGL Admit Card 2023
The candidates have to take ID proof along with the admit card to the examination. The SSC CGL 2023 accepts only specified proofs. They are mentioned below:
- Aadhar card of the candidate
- PAN Card of the candidate
- Passport of the candidate
- Voter ID of the candidate
- Driving license of the candidate
The candidates are required to take any of these ID proofs to the examination without fail.
How to download SSC CGL 2023 Admit Card?
Given below are the detail of steps to download the SSC CGL Admit Card 2023:
- Visit the official website of SSC
- Click on the admit card tab
- Click on the relevant SSC regional/sub-regional website link
- Click on the admit card link
- Enter the required credentials on the login page
- Download SSC CGL admit card and take its printout
Region-wise links to Download SSC CGL Admit Card for Tier-II Exam
Candidates can also download their SSC CGL admit card by clicking on the links below:
|Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat
| Eastern Region
|West Bengal, Orissa, Sikkim and Andaman & Nicobar Island
| Madhya Pradesh Region
|Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh
| North Western Region
|Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh
| Central Region
|Uttar Pradesh and Bihar
| Northern Region
|Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand
| Karnataka Kerala Region
| North Eastern Region
|Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, and Nagaland
| Southern Region
|Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu