The Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) has released the dates for conducting the online computer-based examination for post code 13/20. As per sources, candidates have started receiving SMSs for the online computer-based examination. The examination is scheduled for November 09, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 17, 2021. Those candidates who haven’t received the SMSs are likely to get the same soon. Detailed information regarding the examination schedule is now available on the DSSSB official website – dsssb.delhi.gov.in.
Here are the steps that one can follow to download the detailed notification from the website.
Step 1- Visit the official website of DSSSB- dsssb.delhi.gov.in
Step 2- Click on ‘Notice of Exam and Circulars’ from the various options on the left-hand side of the screen
Step 3- Now, click on the link that reads ‘Notification of Online Examination for November 2021’
Step 4- Again, click on the same link that appears on the screen
Step 5- The PDF version of the notification will be displayed
Step 6- Crosscheck the dates and download the notification.
The examinations will be conducted for various post codes of various departments, GNCTD via the online mode. Examination dates for various post codes vary. However, as mentioned earlier, the DSSSB exams for post code 13/20 will commence on November 11, 2021, and end on November 17, 2021. For the other post codes, the examination will end on November 25, 2021. The examination will be held for the post of Junior Clerk for 13/20 post code. It will be held for the DTC organization.
Now, as per the instructions provided, candidates are advised to update their email addresses and phone number for further communication. The e-admit cards will also be available for the candidates to download soon. Details such as the name of the examination centre, examination date and timing will be mentioned in it. Detailed instructions regarding the online examination and downloading of the e-admit cards will be posted on the official website – dsssb.delhi.gov.in in due time. Hence, candidates should keep on visiting the official website and the OARS portal regularly for more updates.
Although SMSs will be sent to the registered mobile numbers, it is still advised to check the official website time and again. In case a candidate does not receive any information on their registered mobile number due to any reason, they will not have any right to extend the downloading of the e-admit cards or conduct a re-examination. In addition to that, candidates must also follow the COVID-19 protocols, safety measures, social distancing, etc. on the examination days.