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Staff Selection Commission - Combined Matric Level Examination 2008

Closing Date: 14.12.2007

Exam Date for Combined Matric Level Examination 2008

  • Combined Matric Level (Preliminary) Examination: 30.03.2008

  • Combined Matric Level (Main) Examination: 27-28th Septemper, 2008

Combined Matric Level Examination, 2008

Staff Selection Commission will hold on Sunday, the 30.03.2008, a Combined Matric Level (Preliminary) Examination all over the country for selecting candidates for the Main Examination which will tentatively be held on 27th-28th Sept., 2008, for the following categories of Matric level Posts:

Grade ?C? Stenographers in the Pay Scale of Rs.6500-10,500/- in the Election Commission of India, Central Vigilance Commission and also in other Central Government Departments/Offices, viz., Ministry of External Affairs, Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ), Department of Tourism, etc. in the pay scale of Rs.5500-9000 mostly located in Delhi / New Delhi.

Grade ?D? Stenographers in the Pay Scale of Rs.4000-6000 in the various Central Government Ministries / Departments / Offices.

Lower Division Clerks (LDCs) in the Pay Scale of Rs.3050-4590 in the various Central Government Ministries / Departments / Offices (other than in Central Secretariat Clerical Service Cadre).

Note-I: Direct Recruitment to the Grade Of Stenographer Grade ?C? In Central Secretariat Stenographers Service (CSSS) Cadre And LDCs In Central Secretariat Clerical Service (CSCS) Cadre Have Been Discontinued by the government.

Vacancies of Stenographers Grade ?D? and LDCs are grouped/classified as under:

Group ?X? ? For Ministries/Departments of Central Government located mostly in Delhi.

Group ?Y? ? For Offices/Departments of Central Government including Attached/ Subordinate Offices located in States and Union Territories all over the country.

Note: All the above stated posts carry All India Service Liability (AISL) i.e. the Candidate, on selection, could be asked to serve anywhere in the country.

Applications are invited from willing candidates for the Combined Matric Level Examination 2008. The candidates will have to apply in the prescribed Application Form, common both for the Preliminary and the Main part of the Combined Matric Level Examination, 2008 only once with the requisite fee.

No separate Application Form will have to be filled up by the candidates who qualify for the Main Examination and no fee will be charged again for appearing in the Main Examination. The Main examination will tentatively be held on 27-28th Septemper, 2008.

Change if any in the Main (written) examination as well as the centres of examination will be notified to the successful candidates through public notice in employment news / rozgar samachar and the admission certificates which will be issued to them by the regional office / sub-regional office of the commission separately for appearing in the main examination.

Candidates, who qualify in the main examination, will be separately called for the typewriting test/Stenography test.

Note: all the provisions relating to the three stages of recruitment, viz., preliminary, main and skill test/stenography, have been incorporated in detail in this notice. hence, no separate notice for the main examination will be published in the employment news / rozgar samachar.

2. Vacancies/Reservation

  1. Firm number of vacancies for different categories of posts for Stenographer Gr. ?C?, Stenographer Gr. ?D? and LDC will be determined in due course.
  2. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/ExS/PH etc. categories are applicable as per extant Central Govt. Orders.

Note-1: Orthopaedically Handicapped (OH) and Visually Handicapped (VH) candidates are eligible for all the categories of posts viz.

Stenographers Grade ?C?, Stenographers Grade ?D? and LDCs.

Note-2: Hearing Handicapped (HH) candidates are eligible for the posts of LDC only, and not for Stenographers Grade ?C? and Stenographers Grade ?D?, hence HH candidates need not apply for posts of Stenographer Grade ?C? and Stenographer Grade ?D?.

SSC Combined Matric Level Examination 2008 Age Limit

3. Nationality / Citizenship:

A candidate must be either:

  1. a citizen of India, or
  2. a subject of Nepal, or
  3. a subject of Bhutan, or
  4. a Tibetan refugee who came over to India, before the 1st January,1962, with the intention of permanently settling in India, or
  5. a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania(Formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar),Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.

Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (b), (c), (d) and (e) above shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.

A candidate in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary may be admitted to the Examination but the offer of appointment will be given only after the necessary eligibility certificate has been issued to him by the Government of India.

4(A) Age Limit for Combined Matric Level Examination 2008:

18-27 years as on 01.08.2008, i.e. the candidate must have been born not earlier than 2nd August, 1981 and not later than 1st August, 1990.

Note:I As per extant Govt. Orders, the crucial date for age-limit is reckoned with reference to the examination schedule / date of the Main Examination. The Combined Matric Level (Main) Examination, 2008 is likely to be held on 27-28th Sept., 2008 subject to unforeseen administrative / public exigencies.

Note:II Candidates should note that only the Date of Birth as recorded in the Matriculation/Secondary Examination Certificate or an equivalent certificate on the date of submission of application will be accepted by the Commission for determining the Age eligibility and no subsequent request for its change will be considered or granted.

4(B) The Upper age limit as prescribed in Para 4(A) will be further relaxable:

Upto a maximum of 5 years if a candidate belongs to a Scheduled Caste or a Scheduled Tribe category;

Upto a maximum of 3 years if a candidate belongs to OBCs in accordance with DPT OM NO.43013/2/95-Estt(SCT) dated 25.01.1995 read with amendments made thereafter;

Upto a maximum of 10 years if the candidate is a physically handicapped person. For candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC who are physically handicapped, the maximum age relaxation of 10 years permissible for physically handicapped shall be in addition to the age relaxation provided in terms of column (i) and (ii) above;

Upto the maximum of 5 years to candidates of Jammu and Kashmir who have ordinarily been domiciled in the State of Jammu and Kashmir during the period from 1.1.1981 to 31.12.1990. (Any person intending to avail of the aforesaid relaxation shall submit the certificate from either District Magistrate within whose jurisdiction he had ordinarily resided or any other authority so designated in this behalf by the Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir to the effect that he had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of Jammu and Kashmir during the period 01.01.1981 to 31.12.1990);

Upto the age of 35 years (upto 40 years for members of Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes and 38 years for OBC) in the case of widows, divorced women and women judicially separated from their husbands and who are not remarried;

Upto a maximum of three years (8 years for SC/ST and 6 years for OBC candidates) in the case of Defence Personnel disabled in operation during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence thereof.

Upto 45 years in respect of Service Clerks in the last year of their colour service in the Armed Forces, i.e. those who are due for release from the Army during the period 02nd August, 2008 to 1st August, 2009. Such candidates are not entitled to any concession in fee.

Provided that candidates admitted to the examination under this age concession will be eligible to compete only for vacancies in Armed Forces Headquarters and Inter-Service Organisation, which are not reserved for Ex-serviceman.

Upper age limit is also relaxable for retrenched employees of Chukha Hydel Project Authority in Bhutan who were directly recruited, to the extent of service rendered by them with the Authority (period of service rendered by the retrenched employees will be decided on the basis of certificate issued by the Chukha Hydel Project Authority).

4(C) Age concession for Ex-S will be allowed in accordance with the orders issued by the Government from time to time as indicated below:

For the posts of LDCs and Grade ?D? Stenographers: Ex-Servicemen, fulfilling the conditions laid down by the Govt. from time to time, shall be allowed to deduct military service from their actual age and such resultant age should not exceed the prescribed age limit by more than 3 years ( 6 years in case of OBC and 8 years in case of SC/ST ).

For the posts of Grade ?C? Stenographers: Age relaxation for Ex-Servicemen is 5 years (8 years for OBC and 10 years for SC/ST)including ECOs/SSCOs who have rendered at least 5 years of Military service as on 01.08.2008 and have been released on completion of assignment including those whose assignment is to be completed within one year from the CLOSING DATE, i.e., 14.12.2007 otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge or on account of misconduct or inefficiency, physical disability attributable to Military service or on invalidment.

Note: Candidates admitted to the examination under this age concession will be eligible to compete for all the vacancies whether reserved or not for exservicemen.

Explanation: An Ex-Serviceman means a person who has served in any rank whether as a combatant or non-combatant in the Regular Army, Navy, Air Force of the Indian Union, and

who retired from such service after earning his/her pension. This would also include persons who are retired/retire at their own request but after having earned their pension; or

who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military service/circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or other disability pension; or

who has been released, otherwise than on his own request from such service as a result of reduction in establishment; or

who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of engagements, otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a gratuity; and includes personnel of the Territorial Army of the following categories, namely :-

Pension holders for continuous embodied service,

Persons with disability attributable to military service; and

(c) Gallantry award winners.

Note-I: Ex-servicemen who have already joined government job in civil side after availing of the benefits given to ex-servicemen for their re-employment are also eligible for the age concession,. However, such candidates will not be eligible for the benefit of reservation as ExS or for fee concession.

Note-II: The period of "Call up Service" of an Ex-Serviceman in the Armed Forces shall also be treated as service rendered in the Armed Forces for the purpose of para 4(C) above.

Note-III: For any Serviceman of the three Armed Forces of the Union to be treated as Ex-Serviceman for the purpose of securing the benefits of reservation, he must have already acquired, at the relevant time of submitting his application for the Post/Service, the status of ex-serviceman and/or is in a position to establish his acquired entitlement by documentary evidence from the competent authority that he would complete specified term of engagement from the Armed Forces within the stipulated period of one year from the Closing date (i.e. 14.12.2007).

Note-IV: Age Concession is not admissible to the sons, daughters and dependents of Ex-servicemen.

Explanation: The persons serving in the Armed Forces of the Union, who on retirement from service, would come under the category of 'ex-serviceman' may be permitted to apply for re-employment one year before the completion of the specified terms of engagements and avail themselves of all concessions available to ex-servicemen but shall not be permitted to leave the uniform until they complete the specified term of engagement in the Armed Forces of the Union.

SSC Combined Matric Level Examination 2008 Educational Qualifications

5. Educational Qualifications for SSC Combined Matric Level Examination 2008: (As on 1st August, 2008)

Must have passed Matriculation or equivalent or higher examination as on 01.08.2008.

6. No person:

who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having a spouse living; or

who, having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person, shall be eligible for appointment to the service, Provided that Central government may, if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personal law applicable to such person and the other party to the marriage and there are other grounds for so doing, exempt any person from the operation of this rule.

7. A candidate must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient discharge of his/her duties as an Officer of the service. A candidate who, after such medical examination as may be prescribed by the competent authority, is found not to satisfy these requirements, will not be appointed. Only such candidates as are likely to be considered for appointment will be medically examined.

Note: In the case of the disabled Ex-Defence Services personnel, a certificate of fitness granted by the Demobilisation Medical Board of the Defence Services will be considered adequate for the purpose of appointment.

8. The decision of the Commission as to the eligibility or otherwise of a candidate for admission to the examination shall be final.

9. No candidate will be admitted to the examination unless he/she holds a certificate of admission (AC) from the Commission.

10. Candidates (except ex-servicemen released from the Armed Forces and those who are granted remission of fee vide Commission's advertisement) must pay the fee prescribed therein.

11. Any attempt on the part of a candidate to obtain support for or canvass his candidature by any means may disqualify him for admission.

12. Action against candidates found guilty of misconduct:

Candidates are warned that they should not furnish any particulars that are false or suppress any material information while filling in the application form.

Candidates are also warned that they should in no case attempt to alter or otherwise tamper with any entry in a document or the attested certified copy submitted by them nor should they submit a tampered/fabricated document.

If there is any inaccuracy or any discrepancy, an explanation regarding this discrepancy should be submitted.

A candidate who is or has been declared by the Commission to be guilty of:-

  1. Obtaining support for his / her candidature by any means, or
  2. Impersonating, or
  3. Procuring impersonation by any person, or
  4. Submitting fabricated documents or documents which have been tampered with, or
  5. Making statements which are incorrect or false or suppressing material information, or
  6. Resorting to any other irregular or improper means in connection with his candidature for the examination, or
  7. Writing irrelevant matters including obscene languages or pornographic mater in the script, or
  8. Misbehaving in any other manner in the examination hall, or
  9. Using unfair means in the examination hall, or
  10. Possessing Mobile Phones/Cellular Phones/Pagers/communication devices or any other unauthorized electronic gadget inside the Examination premises/venue, whether in use or not (Candidates by mere possession of any of these items) will be deemed to have been using unfair means and would be subject to disciplinary action as deemed fit, including ban from future examination conducted by SSC, or
  11. Taking away the Question Booklet/Answer Sheet with him/her from the examination hall, or passing it on to unauthorised persons during the conduct of the examination, or
  12. Harassing or causing bodily harm to the staff employed by the Commission for the conduct of these examination, or
  13. Violation of any of the instructions issued to candidates alongwith their Admission Certificates (AC) permitting them to take examination, or
  14. Attempting to commit, or as the case may be, abetting the commission of all or any of the acts specified in the foregoing clauses, may, in addition to rendering himself liable to criminal prosecution, be liable:-

(a) to be disqualified by the Commission from the examination for which he is a candidate as also from any other examination/selection of the Commission in which he might have appeared but the final result/selection has not yet been declared/made, and/or

(a)to be debarred either permanently or for a specified period which may extend upto 10 years:-

(i) by the Commission from any examination or selection held by them;

(ii) by the Central Government from any employment under them; and

(c) to take disciplinary action under appropriate rules if he is already in service under Government, or

(d) to take any other appropriate legal action.

13. Fee Payable: Rs.100/- (Rupees One Hundred only). No fee for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Physically Handicapped/Ex- Servicemen.

Fee concession is not admissible to sons and daughters of ExS or to persons belonging to Other Backward Classes. Service clerks in the last year of their colour service are also not exempted from payment of fee.

Ex-Servicemen who have already taken up a Government job shall be considered against General vacancies and, hence, shall not be entitled for fee concession [Note-I of Para 4(C)].

14. Mode of Payment:

The candidates should pay the fee by means of "Central Recruitment Fee Stamps(CRFS)". These stamps are available at the counter of all Departmental Post Offices of the country. These Recruitment Fee Stamps may be pasted on the application form in the space earmarked for the purpose.

These Recruitment Stamps must be got cancelled from the Counter Clerks of any Post Office of issue with the date stamp of the Issuing Office in such a manner that the impression or the cancellation stamps partially overflows on the Application Form itself, taking care at the same time that the impression is clear and distinct to facilitate the identification of date and Post Office of issue at any subsequent stage. After getting the Recruitment Fee Stamps cancelled from the Post Office, the candidate may submit their application to the concerned Regional Office of the Commission in the usual manner after completing other formalities.

Fee can also be paid through Indian Postal Orders, payable to the ?Staff Selection Commission? at the Post Office as indicated in column 5 of the table given below para 15 of this Notice. The Postal Order should be properly Crossed as ?A/c Payee only? and should be valid for at least six months from the date of submission of the Application form by the Candidate. Indian Postal Order (IPO) should not have been purchased prior to the date of publication of this advertisement. Candidates should write their Name and Address on the IPO in block letters at the specified place very clearly and legibly.

Note I: Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.

Note II: Fee paid by modes other than CRFS or IPO will not be accepted and the applications of such candidates will be rejected forthright and the payment made shall stand forfeited.

Note III: Candidates may please note that non-cancellation of stamps from the concerned Post Office in the manner indicated above, may lead to rejection of his/her application form, so it is in the interest of candidates that they get the CRFS cancelled from the concerned Post Office.

SSC Combined Matric Level Examination 2008 Scheme of Examination

(I) Scheme of the Combined Matric Level Examination

The Scheme of the Examination will be conducted in three tiers as indicated below:

A. Combined Matric Level (Preliminary) Examination

This Examination, as a part of 1st Tier, would be common for all the three categories of posts as under.

There will be one paper having two parts ? General Intelligence and General Awareness, each having 100 questions ? each question carrying one mark.

Scheme of Preliminary Examination for all candidates other than Visually Handicapped candidates (including blind and partially blind persons) with visual disability of forty percent and above and opting for availing the ssistance of scribe.

Category of PostsPapersNo. of Ques.Max.MarksTotal Duration/Timing
Stenographer Grade ?C?,Stenographer Grade ?D?, and Lower Division Clerk (LDC)Part I General Intelligence1001002 Hours 10.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon or 2.00 P.M. to 4.00 P.M.
Part II General Awareness100100

Questions will be of Objective Multiple Type Choice. The questions will be set in Hindi/English.

Scheme and Syllabus of Combined Matric Level (Preliminary) Examination, 2008 for Visually Handicapped candidates ( including blind and partially blind persons )with visual disability of forty percent and above and opting for availing the assistance of scribe.

PartSubject/QuestionMaximum MarksNo. of QuestionsTotal Duration and Timings for VH candidates
IGeneral Awareness1001002.20 hours 10.00 AM to 12.20 P.M or 2.00 PM to 4.20 PM
IIEnglish Language100100

The above examination may be conducted in 2 shifts by the Commission, wherever necessary.

The questions in both the parts will be Objective Multiple Choice-Type. The Questions of Part I, i.e., General Awareness will be set both in English and in Hindi.

Visually Handicapped candidates, on prior request, will be allowed to avail the facility of Scribes for indicating the replies on his/her behalf either in Hindi or in English.

Candidates who are declared successful by the Commission in the Combined Matric Level (Preliminary) Examination, 2008 will have to appear in the Combined Matric Level (Main) Examination, 2008.

B. Scheme of Examination for Combined Matric Level (Main) Examination:

This examination, as part of 2nd tier, will be a descriptive (conventional) type written examination. It will consist of different papers/subjects, depending upon the category of post the candidate is appearing for. The category-wise (i.e. nature of post applied for) details of papers/subjects, maximum marks for each paper and duration for each paper are indicated below:

Scheme of Written (Main) Examinations:

1. Written Examination for posts of Stenographers Grade ?C? and Stenographers Grade ?D? (Conventional Type):

Paper No.Subject / PaperMax.MarksDuration & Timings for General candidatesDuration & Timings for VH candidates
Paper I
General English
General Studies
100 Marks
100 Marks
2 Hours 10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon2 hrs. and 20 min. 10.00 AM to 12.20 PM
Paper IIEssay100 marks2 Hours 2.00 PM to 4.00 PM2 hrs. and 20 min. 2.00 PM to 4.20 PM

Essay (Paper-II) will be compulsory only for those candidates who have opted for the posts of Stenographers Grade ?C? and Stenographers Grade ?D?. Candidates who have opted for the post of LDC only need not appear for this paper.

There will be different set of Questions for the papers on Arithmetic & General Studies for Visually Handicapped (VH) candidates which shall not have any component of Map /Graphs / Statistical Data / Diagrams / Figures / Geometrical problems / Pie-chart etc.

VH candidates shall be allowed to bring their own Tailor frame and braille slate with paper for solving Arithmetical problems.

VH candidates with 40% and above visual disability and opting for availing the assistance of SCRIBE for the Preliminary Examination will have to indicate in the Application Form, the language ( either Hindi or English ) in which the SCRIBE will indicate the replies in the Preliminary Examination and also the language and the language code( as given in Annexure-X of the Notice ) for replying answers in the Main Examination for Part B of Paper-I ( General Studies ) and Paper-II ( either Essay or Arithmetic ). If relevant information is not furnished, the candidature will be cancelled forthwith.

The Commission will have the discretion to fix a qualifying standard for the written test.

2. Written Examination for LDCs (Conventional type):

Paper No.Subject / PaperMax.MarksDuration & Timings for General candidatesDuration & Timings for VH candidates
Paper I
General English
General Studies
100 Marks
100 Marks
2 Hours 10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon2 hrs. and 20 min. 10.00 AM to 12.20 PM
Paper IIArithmetic100 marks2 Hours 2.00 PM to 4.00 PM2 hrs. and 40 min. 2.00 PM to 4.40 PM

C. Skill Test (Typing Test or the Stenography Test):

Candidates, after they are declared qualified in the Main Written Examination for a particular category, will have to appear at the Typing Test and/or the Stenography Test, as the case may be, depending upon the category of the posts in which they had appeared and been declared qualified for such skill test, as a part of 3rd tier of this Scheme of examination.

The details of such skill test, categorywise, are indicated below:

  • Skill Test for Grade ?C? Stenographers
  • Skill Test for Grade ?D? Stenographers
  • Skill Test for LDCs

SSC Combined Matric Level Examination 2008 Mode of Selection

19. Mode of Selection:

Candidates fulfilling the prescribed qualifications will be required to undergo a Written Examination. The Commission holds full discretion to fix minimum qualifying marks component-wise in Paper-I and II for different categories, i.e., UR, SC, ST, OBC, etc.

Candidates declared qualified on the basis of the Preliminary Examination would be required to appear for the Main Examination and those who qualify the Main examination will be called for skill test.

Final Select List would be prepared on All- India basis in order of merit as disclosed by the aggregate marks (marks of Written Examination and SKILL test (in respect of Grade D and Grade C Stenos) ? (Typewriting Test for LDCs is a qualifying test only) finally awarded to each candidate as given under this scheme of recruitment and in that order so many candidates as are found by the Commission to have qualified in the Examination will be recommended for appointment upto the number of un-reserved vacancies.

Provided that SC, ST and OBC candidates, who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards, alongwith candidates belonging to other communities, will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies.

The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SCs, STs and OBCs which will, thus, comprise of SC, ST and OBC candidates who are lower in merit than the last general candidate on merit list of unreserved category but otherwise found suitable for appointment even by relaxed standard.

Provided that the candidates belonging to the PH (OH, HH and VH ) category or Ex-Servicemen, to the extent the number of vacancies reserved for them, be recommended at the relaxed standards to make up for the deficiency in the reserved quota subject to fitness of such candidates for selection, irrespective of their ranks in the order of merit.

However, an Ex-Serviceman or Physically Handicapped category candidate who qualifies on the basis of relaxed standards viz. age limit, experience or qualifications, permitted number of chances in written examination, extended zone of consideration, etc. is to be counted against reserved vacancies and not against general vacancies.

In so far as cases of Ex-Servicemen are concerned, deduction of Military Service rendered from the age of Ex-Servicemen is permissible against the reserved or unreserved posts and such exemption cannot be termed as relaxed standards in regard to age.

Success in the examination confers no right of appointment unless government is satisfied after such enquiry as may be considered necessary that the candidate is suitable in all respects for appointment to the service / post.

Resolution of tie cases

(A) in case of stenographer grade ?d? and stenographer grade ?c? examination

If there are candidates having the same aggregate marks in the written examination plus Stenography Test then the tie is resolved by the Commission by referring to the total marks in the written examination, i.e., a candidate having more marks in the written examination gets preference over the candidates having the same aggregate marks.

If the tie still persists, then the marks in the paper where the first cutoff is given is referred to, i.e., a candidate having more marks in this paper is given preference.

This procedure is followed by Date of Birth, i.e., the candidate older in age gets preference. Lastly, if the tie still persists, the tie is finally resolved by referring to the alphabetical order of names, i.e., a candidate whose name begins with the alphabet which comes first in the alphabetical order gets preference.

(B) In case of LDCs Examination

If there are candidates having the same aggregate marks in the written examination ( Typing Test is of qualifying nature ) then the tie is resolved by the Commission by referring to the marks of the paper where the first cut-off is given, i.e., a candidate having more marks in this paper is given preference.

If the tie still persists then Date of Birth of the candidates is referred to, i.e., the candidate older in age gets preference. Lastly, if the tie still persists, the tie is finally resolved by referring to the alphabetical order of names, i.e., a candidate whose name begins with the alphabet which comes first in the alphabetical order gets preference.

Note: The candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission to the examination.

Their admission at all the stages of examination will be purely provisional, subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. If, on verification, at any time before or after the written examination and skill test, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the eligibility conditions, their candidature for the examination will be cancelled by the Commission.

Date of Examination 1st August, 2008

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