Dear SSC Aspirants,

SSC (Staff Selection Commission) has announced an important notice regarding the malpractices in the SSC Examinations. Recently after the SSC CGL Tier II Exam 2017 which was held in the month of February, there were allegations that malpractices happened in the SSC CGL Tier II Exam and there were even protests to conduct the exam again and the issue has been taken to the Top judicial institution of India.

So now SSC have released the notice regarding the malpractices and the following is a excerpt from the official release from the SSC.

It has been observed by the Commission that a few candidates resort to various unfair means and malpractices in the examinations conducted by the Commission. To protect the integrity and sanctity of examinations and keep such unscrupulous elements out of government recruitment process, the Commission has revised the debarment period from the examinations of the Commission for indulging into various malpractices as per details given below. Debarment will commence from the date of indulging into unfair means / committing the malpractice. These
provisions will come into force with effect from 1st June, 2018:

S No

Type of Malpractice




Taking away any Examination related material such as OMR sheets, Rough Sheets, Commission Copy of Admission Certificate, Answer Sheet etc. from the examination  hall or passing it on to unauthorized persons during the conduct of examination.

2 Years


Misbehaving with, intimidating or threatening in any manner the examination functionaries i.e. Supervisor, Invigilator, Security Guard, Commission’s representatives, etc.

3 Years


Obstructing the conduct of examination/ instigating other candidates not to take the examination.

3 Years


Making statements which are incorrect or false, suppressing material information, submitting fabricated documents, etc.

3 Years


Obtaining support/ influence for his/ her candidature by any irregular or improper means.

3 Years


Possession of Mobile Phone beyond frisking zone, whether in ‘switched on’ or ‘switched off’ mode.

3 Years


Appearing in the same examination more than once in contravention of the rules. 3 Years
8 Taking examination by a candidate who is on examination duty in the same examination.

3 Years


Damaging examination related infrastructure/ equipments. 5 Years
10 Appearing in the Exam with forged Admit Card, identity proof, etc.

5 Years


Possession of fire arms/ weapons during the examination. 5 Years
12 Assault/ use of force/ causing bodily harm in any manner to the examination functionaries’ i.e. Supervisor, Invigilator, Security Guard, Commission’s representatives etc.

7 Years


Threatening/ intimidating examination functionaries with weapons/ fire arms. 7 Years
14 Using unfair means in the examination hall like copying from unauthorized sources such as written material on any paper or body parts, etc.

7 Years


Possession of bluetooth devices, spy cameras, and any other electronic gadgets in the examination hall.

7 Years


Impersonating/ Procuring impersonation by any person. 7 Years
17 Taking snapshots or making videos of question papers or examination material, labs, etc.

7 Years


Sharing examination terminal through remote desktop softwares/ Apps/ LAN/ VAN, etc. 7 Years
19 Attempting to hack or manipulate examination servers, data and examination systems at any point before, during or after the examination.

7 Years

Also SSC has announced the recruitment for various positions in SSC CGL 2018 and only two days are more to apply for the SSC CGL 2018. Please apply fast today , as the SSC websites are prone to server issues and errors at the last moments. So be extra cautious and apply for the exam now otherwise if you miss the chance the dream of becoming a CGL Officer should wait for an year. So apply now from the link that is provided below. The last date to apply for the SSC CGL 2018 is 4th June, 2018.


Application Fee & Mode Of Payment For SSC CGL EXAM 2018

Fee : Rs. 100/-

* Please note that women candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Ex-Servicemen eligible for reservation are exempted from payment of fee.

Candidates who wish to apply through the branches of SBI shall do so within the working hours of 7th June, 2018. Please note that the challan has to be generated by the candidates before 4th June, 2018(1700 Hours).

SSC has introduced normalization for the first time in it’s history of exams and this will be beneficial for the aspirants who attend the exams with higher difficulty levels. So aspirants can find the details about the Normalization which will be used in the upcoming SSC CGL 2018 from the link that is mentioned below.