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SSC New Rule 2021: Candidates will now be required to complete exit verification after completing a computer exam

SSC New Rule 2021: All students studying for SSC exams should be aware that the Staff Selection Commission has issued some new rules for SSC exams. The Staff Selection Commission has established new regulations for several sorts of computer-based tests to be administered for pupils. Let us inform you that all pupils taking the SSC exams will be subjected to exit verification (exit verification). The commission has sent a notification to candidates informing them of this rule.

Candidates will now be required to complete exit verification after completing the computer exam


The commission stated in its statement that all candidates must have their departure verification completed. After the biometric data exam, the candidates' photograph, left thumb impression (left thumb impression), and other information will be collected. The commission also stated in the released notification that all of these procedures, such as photo and thumb impression, will be conducted after the candidates have been examined and before they leave the lab.

Candidates should go to ssc.nic.in to review the notification


Any candidate who wants to see the notice issued by the SSC can do so by going to the SSC's official website. In the notification, you will learn about SSC exit verification, which exams will be subject to exit verification, and how to conduct exit verification, among other things.

SSC is in responsibility of these tests


As you may be aware, the Staff Selection Commission selects applicants for many ministries and organisations through various tests such as CHSL, CGL, and other pre-job exams.

Candidates should keep this in mind everytime they go to an exam centre to take SSC exams. He brought all of the documents with him in accordance with the requirements so that he would not have any problems during the examination.

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