Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier-III examination starts tomorrow. Recently, SSC has concluded the SSC CGL Tier-II exam that was conducted from November 15 to 18, 2020. Candidates who have qualified SSC CGL tier-II exam are going to appear for the descriptive exam on November 22, 2020. The call letters for the same are already out. Aspirants can download SSC CGL Tier-III admit card from ssc.nic.in.
Apart from the admit card, SSC has also published certain exam-related guidelines and COVID-19 advisory for the CGL descriptive exam. These are available in the call letters of SSC CGL descriptive exam as well.
Click here to download General instructions for SSC CGL Tier-III exam
As per these general instructions, candidates have to reach the exam centre before the reporting time mentioned on the admit card. Those who are wearing any religious/ custom related ornaments are suggested to reach the exam centre early for verification. Once the gates are closed, no candidate is allowed to take entry to the centre. Moreover, no candidate is allowed to leave the exam hall before the completion of a descriptive examination.
Candidates should carry a hard copy of their SSC CGL Tier-III admit card to the centre. Along with that, they also have to carry 02 passport size photograph. These should be similar to the one uploaded during online registration. Furthermore, carry at least one valid photo-bearing identity proof to the exam centre. It can be any one of the following – Aadhaar Card/ Printout of E-Aadhaar, Voter’s ID Card, PAN Card, Driving License, Passport, Employer ID Card (Govt./ PSU/ Private), etc, ID Card issued by School/ College, Ex-Serviceman Discharge Book issued by the Ministry of Defence, Any other photo identity proof issued by the Central/State government.
Do not carry any prohibited item to the centre. Here is the list of things which are not allowed inside the exam centre – Electronic gadgets, Mobile Phones, Study Material, Any kind of communication device, etc. Any candidate who is found in possession of these items will not be allowed to take the exam.
Staff Selection Commission will also be following the social distancing norms are enforced by the Government. Hence candidates are asked to reach the centre before time to avoid crowding. Each candidate has to undergo thermal screening at the entry gate They also have to wear a face mask/ face shield inside as well as outside the exam centre. Aspirants have to carry their personal hand sanitizer in a transparent bottle. In addition, candidates are also allowed to carry their own transparent water bottle.