Recently, the Rajasthan Subordinate and Ministerial Services Selection Board (RSMSSB) issued a recruitment notification announcing a total of 1092 vacancies under the post of Junior Engineer. The board has also released the revised Patwar 2021 notification as well on the official portal rsmssb.rajasthan.gov.in. Several other recruitment notifications have been released in the last few days. The registration process for all these drives will be conducted through the online mode, on the official website. So, a candidate is only expected to ascertain his/her eligibility before applying for the recruitment process.
How to Create SSO ID?
Before applying for the RSMSSB 2022 recruitment drive, candidates need to create an SSO ID. This ID can be created by registering on the official website sso.rajastha.gov.in. To do so, they can use the step-wise process given below:
Step 1: Visit the official website of RSMSSB i.e., sso.rajasthan.gov.in. On the homepage of the website, click on the “Registration” button.
Step 2: Select the mode of registration – Jan Aadhaar, Bhamashah, or Google. It’s most convenient to select the third option.
Step 3: By doing so, a new page will open displaying the available google accounts. Choose the appropriate account to proceed further.
Step 4: After selecting the suitable account, the registration account will open again displaying the automatically-generated SSO ID or Username. Enter a suitable password and re-enter the same in the spaces provided.
Step 5: In addition to entering the password, enter the mobile number and email address. This number will be used for any further communication by RSMSSB if required.
Step 6: Click on the ‘Register’ option to submit the credentials.
Step 7: Log in to the official website using the SSO ID and password. Change the password after successful login, as a precautionary measure.
Updating Profile After Creating SSO ID
After logging in to the official portal, candidates must update their profiles with personal information. These include name, last name, date of birth, gender, mobile number, telephone number, address, postal code, district, state, etc. official information such as Aadhaar Card number, any old SSO IDs must also be entered in this section.
Each candidate needs to create a new SSO ID before proceeding to apply for any RSMSSB recruitment drive. Moreover, pre-existing IDs will not be valid for the newly-introduced recruitment. So, it is mandatory to create a new profile and mention any past IDs created. So that there is no confusion or inconvenience during the application process.