SSC CGL 2022 application form correction window activated at ssc.nic.in: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has launched the SSC CGL application 2022 correction option link online today, October 19 at ssc.nic.in. Applicants may use this tool to update their information up until October 20th if they entered it incorrectly on the SSC CGL 2022 application form. Applicants may only make two changes to their SSC CGL application form and submit it again in 2022. You must pay Rs. 200/- for the first modification you make to your SSC CGL 2022 application form and Rs. 500 for any other revisions. It is essential to make corrections in the SSC CGL application 2022 as the discrepancy between the information provided in the application and certificates (or any other necessary document) will lead to complications during later procedures of the recruitment.
The Staff Selection Commission i.e. the SSC holds the SSC CGL Exam every year to fill the job positions in the Grade “B” and “C” categories in different government ministries, departments, and offices. The SSC CGL exam is administered in two phases i.e. tier 1 and tier 2. The entire registration and communication process takes place online via the SSC’s official website. Before being finally chosen, applicants must pass each phase of the SSC CGL 2022 exam to move on to the next. Check out the basic details of SSC CGL 2022 in the table listed below.
|Name of the Exam||SSC CGL 2022|
|Full form||Combined Graduate Level 2022|
|Exam organising Body||Staff Selection Commission|
|Total number of Vacancies||20,000|
|Level of the Exam||National Level|
|Mode of exam Application||Online|
|SSC CGL Tier 1 exam date||December 2022 (tentative)|
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Eligibility prescribed in the notification||Indian citizenship & Graduate (bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline)|
All important dates and other details regarding SSC CGL 2022 application form correction window are listed in the table provided below.
|No.||SSC CGL 2022 Events||Dates|
|1||Starting date of SSC CGL 2022 application correction window||October 19th 2022|
|2||Last date to make corrections in SSC CGL application form 2022||October 20th 2022|
|3||SSC CGL admit card 2022 release date||November 2022 (Tentative)|
|4||SSC CGL exam date 2022||December 2022 (Tentative)|
The SSC CGL application online link for 2022 was disabled on October 13. The application fee could be submitted offline until October 15 if the offline bank challan was generated before October 13. The regional offices will notify the candidates of their application status. A fortnight before the exam date, the SSC CGL application status will be made available online.
How to correct the SSC CGL application form 2022?
Applicants should follow the detailed instructions below to make any necessary modifications or changes to their SSC CGL 2022 application form.
- Visit the SSC website at ssc.nic.in.
- Next, on the login page, enter your SSC CGL registration number, password, and the provided captcha.
- Now, select the sign-in option.
- The SSC CGL 2022 application form correction window will show up on the screen after logging in.
- Now, update or edit everything on the SSC CGL application form 2022 as needed.
- Once the modifications have been completed, verify that all of the information on your SSC CGL 2022 application form is accurate.
- Click the “Final Submit” button after that.
Only those aspirants who effectively submitted their online application form will receive the SSC CGL admit card 2022 ensuring their admission for the tier 1 exam from the Staff Selection Commission’s online portal. The SSC CGL 2022 hall ticket/ admit card will likely be made available on the official website only in November 2022. SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level) is regarded as one of the most important examinations for graduate students in India. Every year, the SSC organises SSC CGL to select personnel for various positions in the Government of India’s Ministries and Departments, as well as its Subordinate Offices. SSC CGL 2022 will be a fantastic opportunity for students looking for a job in a reputable central government institution. About 20,000 positions in government departments must be filled by SSC this year.