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SSC Result 2012 India – Get Staff Selection Commission Result 2012 – ssc.nic.in

Staff Selection Commission India (SSC) - http://ssc.nic.in/

SSC Result 2012 India – Get Staff Selection Commission Result 2012 – ssc.nic.in

SSC Result 2012 India - Staff Selection Commission - ssc.nic.in



Staff Selection Commission India (SSC) - http://ssc.nic.in/

Service Selection Commission, India conducts examinations for recruitment to lower categories of posts. The Staff Selection Commission is an attached office of the Department of Personnel and Training and comprises of Chairman, two Members and a Secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations who are appointed on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the Central Government from time to time. The Commission is provided such supporting staff as considered necessary by the Central Government.

The Staff Selection Commission has its Headquarter at New Delhi. All Examinations as well as administrative matters are submitted to the Chairman through two Members. The Secretary functions under both the Members. Besides, there are post of one Director, one Deputy Secretary, two Joint Directors, nine Under Secretaries, four Deputy Directors, one Finance & Budget Officer, one Assistant Director (OL), 24 Section Officers and more than 183 supporting officers / staff working at the Headquarters for discharging the duties and responsibilities of the Commission. An Organisational Chart of the Commission (Hqrs.) is given at Appendix II,. The functions of various Branches/Sections of the Hqrs. are briefly outlined under the heading “Functions of the Sections”.

For smooth conduct of examinations through a large network of examination centres/sub-centres situated in different parts of the country for the convenience of the candidates, the Commission has been provided with a Regional set-up. At present, there are seven Regional Offices at Allahabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore and two Sub-Regional Offices at Raipur and Chandigarh. Each Regional Office is headed by a Regional Director and each Sub-Regional office is headed by a Deputy Director. The details of the functions and operative jurisdictions of these Regional and Sub-Regional Offices are given at Appendix-IV, . The Commission may, with the approval of the Department of Personnel & Training, open more Regional/Sub-Regional Offices of the Commission at such other places, as it may consider necessary.

Functions of SSC

1. To make recruitment to (i) all Group “B” posts in the various Ministries/Departments of the Govt. of India and their Attached and Subordinate Offices which are in the pay scales the maximum of which is Rs.10,500 or below and (ii) all non-technical Group “C” posts in the various Ministries/Departments of the Govt. of India and their Attached and Subordinate Offices, except those posts which are specifically exempt from the purview of the Staff Selection Commission.

2. To conduct examinations and/or interviews, whenever required for recruitment to the posts within its purview. The examinations would be held as far as possible at different centres and successful candidates posted, to the extent possible, to their home State/Region.

3. In particular, to hold Open Competitive Examinations for recruitment to the posts of:

(i) Lower Division Clerks in the various Ministries/Departments, Attached and Subordinate Offices of the Government of India including those participating in the Central Secretariat Clerical Service /Indian Foreign Service (B), Railway Board Secretariat Clerical Service and the Armed Forces Headquarters Clerical Service;

(ii) Grade “C” and Grade ‘D” Stenographers of the Central Secretariat Stenographers Service and equivalent Grades of Indian Foreign Service (B) Railway Board Secretariat Stenographers Service/Armed Forces Head quarters Stenographers Service and to the posts of Stenographers in other Departments including Attached and Subordinate Offices of the Government of India not participating in the aforesaid Services;

(iii) Assistants in the various Ministries/Departments including Attached and Subordinate Offices of the Government of India including those participating in the Central Secretariat Service/ IFS (B)/ Railway Board Secretariat Service/Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service;

(iv) Inspectors of Central Excise in different Collectorates of Central Excise, Inspectors of Income-Tax in different charges of the Commissioners of Income-Tax, Preventive Officers and Examiners in different Custom Houses, Assistant Enforcement Officers in Directorate of Enforcement;

(v) Sub-Inspectors in , Central Bureau of Investigation and Central Police Organisations;

(vi) Divisional Accountants, Auditors and Accountants under the Office of Comptroller and Auditor General of India and other Accounts Departments and Upper Division Clerks in Attached and Subordinate Offices of the Government of India.

(vii) Junior Engineer (Civil & Electrical) in CPWD, a Group ‘C’ Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial, General Central Services (Technical) post.

(viii) Statistical Investigators, Grade IV of Subordinate Statistical Service (SSC), a Group ‘C’ non-gazetted, non-ministerial post in the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

(ix) Tax Assistant ( a Group C non – Gazetted Ministerial post in various Commissionerates of Central Board of Direct Taxes ( CBDT) and Central Board of Excise and Customs )

(x) Section Officer ( Commercial Audit), a Group “B” Non-gazetted post in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department

(xi) Section Officer (Audit) , a Group B Non-Gazetted post in the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General

(4). The Commission also holds Departmental Examination for promotion from:

(i) Group “D” to Lower Division Clerk Grade of the Central Secretariat Clerical Service and equivalent grades in Indian Foreign Service (B)/Railway Board Secretariat Clerical Service/Armed Force Hqrs. Clerical Service;

(ii) Lower Divisional Clerks to Upper Divisional Clerks Grade of the Central Secretariat Clerical Service and equivalent Indian Foreign Service (B)/Railway Board Secretariat Clerical Service/Armed Forces Hqrs. Clerical Service;

(iii) Stenographers Grade “D” to Stenographers Grade “C” of the Central Secretariat Stenographers Service and equivalent grades in Indian Foreign Service (B)/Railway Board Secretariat Stenographers Service/Armed Forces Hqrs. Stenographers Service.

5. The Commission conducts periodical Typewriting Tests in English and Hindi.

6. The Commission prepares schemes for recruitment to all Group “B” posts which are in the pay scale of Rs 9300 to 34800 with a grade pay of Rs 42000 or below and Group “C” non-technical posts in the Ministries/Departmental of the Govt. of India including its Attached and Subordinate Offices in consultation with the Departments concerned.

7. The Commission conducts examinations/selections for recruitment to all Group “B” posts which are in the pay scales the maximum of which is Rs.10, 500 or below and all Group “C” non-technical posts in the Ministries/Departments of the Govt. from time to time.

8. The Commission performs such other functions as may be entrusted to it by the Central Govt. from time to time.

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SSC-Results-2012

SSC Results 2012 Analysis, Charts, Graph, Comparison – Bangladesh Education Board – www.educationboardresults.gov.bd

SSC Results 2012 Bangladesh Analysis, Chart, Graph, Comparison www.educationboardresults.gov.bd

SSC Results 2012 Analysis, Charts, Graph, Comparison – Bangladesh Education Board – www.educationboardresults.gov.bd

SSC Results 2012 Bangladesh Analysis, Chart, Graph, Comparison www.educationboardresults.gov.bd

A record success rate (86.32 per cent) in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams, under eight general education boards, has given students, their parents and teachers something to cheer about. Last year, it was 82.16 per cent. The number of students scoring the Grade Point Average (GPA) 5 has also increased significantly this year.

The combined pass rate of all 10 education boards, including Dakhil exams under the Bangladesh Madrasa Education Board and SSC (vocational) exams under the Bangladesh Technical Education Board, is 86.37 per cent, 4.06 per cent higher than last year. As many as 14,12,379 students sat for the exams held between February 1 and March 15. Of them, 12,19,894 are successful.

SSC Results 2012 Bangladesh - Pass percentage of All Boards

When asked, Bangladesh education minister Nurul Islam Nahid attributed the success to the trend of securing good marks in English and mathematics. “In more than 4,000 schools and madrasas, additional classes in English and mathematics were arranged for weaker students under an education ministry project. Besides, introduction of creative questions instead of the essay-type ones also had a positive impact,” he added.

The minister formally announced the SSC results 2012 at a press conference at about 1 pm. Before that, in the morning, he handed over a summary of the SSC results to Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina at Ganabhaban.
In her reaction, Sheikh Hasina said such excellent SSC results should continue in future.

SSC Result 2012 Bangladesh - GPA 5 Comparison of All Boards

Under eight general education boards in Bangladesh, 65,252 examinees have achieved the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) 5, compared to 62,788 last year. The grade system was introduced in 2001, when only 76 examinees got GPA-5. A total of 10,48,144 SSC examinees wrote the exams this year. Of them, 9,04,756 have passed the tests. In 2011, the SSC success rate was 82.16 per cent and it was 78.19 per cent in 2010, compared to 67.41 per cent in 2009.

The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sylhet, was top among eight general education boards, with a success rate of 91.78 per cent, while the Chittagong board remained at the bottom with 78.96 per cent. A total of 2,611 students got GPA-5 under the Sylhet board,  vis-a-vis 5,121 from the Chittagong board.

SSC Result GPA 5 Comparison for 2012, 2011 & 2010 - All Education Boards

As many as 25,629 students secured the GPA-5 grade from the Dhaka board. It has a success rate of 85.95 per cent.
Under the Rajshahi board, the percentage of success was 88.33 per cent, with 10,726 students securing the GPA-5 grade. Under the Jessore board, it was 87.16 per cent, with 5,825 examinees getting the GPA-5 grade. The Dinajpur board’s success rate stood at 87.16 per cent, with 7,431 students getting GPA-5.

The Barisal board’s success rate was 86.96 per cent, with 2,730 students securing the GPA-5 grade. Under the Comilla board, it was 85.64 per cent, while 5,179 students scored the GPA-5 grade.

This year, the examinees had to answer objective type questions in 21 subjects, while the system was introduced for two subjects in 2010. The humanities students’ success rate was 81.26 per cent, while it was 94.48 per cent for students belonging to the science stream, compared to 87.39 per cent of the business studies group.

The percentage of success of Dakhil examinees also rose significantly this year. The success rate was 88.47 per cent, while it was 83.23 per cent last year. The number of GPA-5 achievers was 13,436, while it was 12,756 last year. Dakhil students under the Madrasa Board faced tests in English and Bangla, bearing a total of 200 marks, while SSC students, under eight general education boards, faced 400 marks in Bangla and English.

The pass percentage of SSC (vocational) students under the Technical Education Board saw a slight decline. The rate this year was 80.69 per cent, compared to 81.37 per cent last year. However, the number of GPA-5 achievers significantly rose to 3,524  from last year’s 1,205. Usually drop-outs, irregulars and over-aged students are enrolled under this board.
Under the Dhaka board, the Rajuk Uttara Model College secured the first position for the third consecutive year among the list of top 20 institutions. The Shamsul Hoque Khan School, Demra, was second, while the Motijheel Ideal School and College and the Viqarunnisa Noon School ranked third and fourth, respectively.

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