Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released the answer key of Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 2018-2019 Tier 1 exam today, at 5 PM. Link for candidate’s response sheet, tentative answer keys, and submission of representation is active.
To check answer key, go to ssc.nic.in >> click on latest notification that says “Uploading of Tentative Answer Keys along with Candidates’ Response Sheet (s) of Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination (Tier-I), 2018” >> link at end of notification >> reach vacancycollection.nic.in and click the click here link >> Login with user ID and Password.
Question paper, same as one received in examination, along with correct answers of each question and marked responses are displayed upon login. For every correct answer, 2 marks are awarded. And for incorrect answer, 0.5 mark is deducted. However marking will not be as per this key. It will be as per final answer key.
SSC is accepting challenges from all candidates on this answer key. Candidates can submit the same in online mode (via click here to raise objection link accessible upon login). To challenge, a fee of Rs 100 per challenge has to be paid. Deadline for challenging is 5 PM of July 27.
Correct answer is marked by a green tick next to that option in the question paper view. Question ID of that question, status of whether it is answered or not, and option chosen during exam are mentioned at the right side of question.
SSC CHSL answer key 2019 challenge deadline is also the deadline for being able to view question papers and answer keys. The commission has recommended candidates to download it now as it will not be available later.
SSC CHSL 2018-2019 tier-1 exam was held from July 1 to 11, in 25 shifts. 13.17 Lakh candidates appeared for it at 361 venues in 146 cities, in 33 state and UTs. Number of candidates to have registered for the exam was 29.68 lakh, out of which, 44.37% were present.
The commission further states that result of Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination (Tier-I) will tentatively be announced on September 11. After that tier 2 descriptive test will be held for 100 marks in pen and paper mode. It will be a one hour exam in which one will have to write an essay of 200-250 words and a letter or application of 150-200 words.
Tentatively there are 5789 vacancies of LDC, PA/SA, DEO, JA through CHSL. SSC conducts CHSL exam from time to time for recruitment of Lower Divisional Clerk, Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant, Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators for various Ministries, Departments, Offices of the Government of India.