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SSC CHSL and JE recruitment exam postponed due to Coronavirus, this information regarding new dates

Coronavirus in India: Staff Selection Commission has postponed the SSC Junior Engineer Recruitment Examination, following the SSC CHSL Recruitment Exam 2019 (SSC CHSL exam 2019) due to the novel corona virus (COVID-19) epidemic. The SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary (10 + 2) Level Examination (Tier-I)) exam was scheduled from March 20 and the SSC JE Paper-1 exam from March 30. SSC CHSL exam was going on since last week. The new dates for both SSC CHSL and SSC JE examinations will be announced later.

The notification issued by the Commission stated that, in view of the situation arising out of COVID-19, as a precautionary measure in the larger public interest by the Commission, the Pre-Combined Joint Secondary (10 + 2) Level Examination (Tier-I) It has been decided to postpone, which came into force from 20 March 2020. Similarly, the Commission said in a statement, 'Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying and Contract) Examination (Paper-I) 2019 commencing from 30 March 2020 has also been postponed. New programs for these exams will be announced on time. '

The candidates will be informed of the new dates of SSC CHSL 2020 exam and SSC JE 2020 exam by the Commission soon on the official website - ssc.nic.in. Candidates have been advised to check the SSC regular official website for the official updates of the new or postponed exam dates of SSC CHSL 2019-20 and SSC JE 2019-20 recruitment. SSC CHSL is one of the largest recruitment exams to be conducted in the country. Recruitment saw heavy participation. 25-30 lakh registrations are done for the exam, which is mainly for 10 + 2 passed candidates, and the examinations are conducted in shifts.

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Let me tell you, in the last 24 hours in India, about 98 people have been found infected with the corona virus, which has taken the total number of infected people to 283 across the country, out of which four people have died and 22 people are right Has happened. For the time being, PM Modi has appealed to people to stay in the houses and advised to move out of the house only when it is needed more. There is a 'Janata curfew' across the country on 22 March.

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