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Post : Pharmacist

CENTRAL REGION
Pharmacist
No of posts : 3 (3-UR )
Post Code : CR10724
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : 10+2 plus 2 years diploma in pharmacy and registration with State Pharmacy Council under the Pharmacy Act, 1948
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : LABOUR WELFARE ORGANIZATION, UNDER MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-5
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : BIHAR
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post :
1. Compounding and dispensing prescriptions according to the hospital/formulary or prescriptions of doctors.
2. Being responsible for initiating the indents, stores and maintenance of stock and accounts of medical supplies and appliances under his charge.
3. Providing first aid treatment to the injured and repeat prescription of the physicians when ordered in the absence of the doctors.
4. Compiling statistics of hospital dispensary in accordance with instructions, submission of periodical reports/returns etc.
5. Any other duty assigned by the superior officers.

Pharmacist (Allo.)
No of posts : 5 (2-UR, 1-OBC, 1-SC, 1-EWS)
Post Code : CR11524
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification :  (i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognised Board or University; (ii) Diploma in pharmacy from recognised institution and registered as Pharmacist under the pharmacy Act, 1948: and (iii) Two yeas'' experience as pharmacist in any recognised Hospital or pharmacy after duly registered as pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and OR (i) Bachelor degree in pharmacy (B.Pharm.) from a recognised University or equivalent; and (ii) registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, KANPUR
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-5
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : CGHS KANPUR AND GWALIOR
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : The Pharmacist will bepersonally responsible for the correct dispensing as per prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and for the safe custody of the stores received by him. She/he will issue medicines etc. in accordance with the instructions issued by the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge from time to time. The Pharmacist will at all times be courteous and helpful in dealing with the patients and under no circumstances enter into arguments, whatsoever, with a beneficiary but report the matter to the bhief Medical Officer Incharge. She/he will be in position at the Wellness Centre well before opening time of Wellness Centre of medicines to beneficiaries. She/he will e personally responsible to see that the dispensing room is kept absolutely clean all the time, bottles are properly corked and well dusted. She/he will dispense medicines properly. She/he will issue an original packing to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal The Pharmacist will write the name of the medicines with details of the doses on the bottlle.container, envelope and also explain the doses verbally where required. If medicines anre issued in plastic (PVC) envelope small slips shall also be put inside giving the name of medicines and its dosage. The Pharmacist(s) will remain on duty to clear the patient even at the end of the Wellness centre hours. The Pharmacist will maintain proper account of the items issued to him, dispensed by him and the balance in stock with him. The Pharmacist will immediately comply with the instructions and arrange for the stocks with him to be checked at any time by the Medical Officer Incharge or other Medical Officers and any other officer deputed by the Zonal Head-quarters In the temporary absence of storekeeper, the Pharmacist will perform the duties of the storekeeper whenever required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. She/he will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge commensurate with the nature of work.The duties of Pharmcists as per pharmacy practice regulation 2015 which was notified (The Gazette of India extraordinary part III Sec. 4 dated 17th January 2015 New Delhi) by Govt. Of India on 17th january 2015 no. 14-148/2012-PCI are defined which can be assigned to community pharmacists. Dispensing prescription medicines to the beneficiaries. Ensuring that different treatments are compatible. Checking dosage and epsuring that medicines are correctly and safely supplied and labelled (Pharmacist are legally responsible for any dispensing errors). Supervising the preparation of any medicines (not all are supplied ready made-up by the manufacturer). Keeping a registered of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes. Liaising with doctors about prescriptions. Counselling and advising the public on the treatmant of minor ailments. Advising patients of any adverse side-effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments. Preparing and cassette boxes. usually for the elderly but also for those with memory/learning difficulties, where tablets are placed in compartments for specified days of the week. Undertaking Medicines Use Reviews (MUR), an advanced service to help patients understand how their medicines/work and why they have to take them. Providing a prescription intervention service. Managing a needle and syringe exchange, Dispensing emergency hormonal contraception. Measuring and fitting compression hosiery. Monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Offering a diabetes screening service. Providing pregnancy testing. Arranging the delivery of prescription medicines to patients. Overseeing the ordering and safe storage of medical products. Maintaining computerized records. Managing, supervising and training pharmacy support staff. Dispensing healthcare and other products, such as to iletries, cosmetics and photographic items. Budgeting and financial management, Keeping up to date with current pharmacy practice, ew drugs and their uses.


Pharmacist
No of posts : 7 (2-UR, 3-OBC, 2-SC)
Post Code : CR14124
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : (i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognised Board or University; (ii) Diploma in pharmacy from recognised institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act.1948 and (iii) Two years'' experience as Pharmacist in any recogrised Hospital or Pharmacy after duty registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948: and OR (i) Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm). from a recognised University or equivalent ; and (ii) registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act. 1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, PRAYAGRAJ
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-5
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : UTTAR PRADESH
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post :
The Pharmacist will be personally responsible for the correct dispensing as per prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and for the safe custody of the stores received by him. She/he will issue medicines etc. in accordance with the instructions issued by the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge from time to time. The Pharmacist will at all times be courteous and helpful in dealing with the patients and under no circumstances enter into arguments, whatsoever, with a beneficiary but report the matter to the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. She/he will be in position at the Wellness Centre well before opening time of Wellness Centre of medicines to beneficiaries. She/he will be personally responsible to see that the dispensing room is kept absolutely clean all the time, bottles are properly corked and well dusted. She/he will dispense medicines properly. She/he will issue an original packing to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal. The Pharmacist will write the name of the medicines with details of the doses on the bottle, container, envelope and also explain the doses verbally where required. If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelope small slips shall also be put inside giving the name of medicines and its dosage. The Pharmacist (s) will remain on duty to clear the patient even at the end of the Wellness centre hours. The Pharmacist will maintain proper account of the items issued to him, dispensed by him and the balance in stock with him. The Pharmacist will immediately comply with the instructions and arrange for the stocks with him to be checked at any time by the Medical Officer Incharge or other Medical Officers and any other officer deputed by the Zonal Head-quarters. In the temporary absence of storekeeper, the Pharmacist will perform the duties of the storekeeper whenever required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. She/he will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge commensurate with the nature of work. The duties of Pharmcists as per pharmacy practice regulation 2015 which was notified (The Gazette of India extraordinary part III Sec,4 dated 17th January 2015 New Delhi) by Govt. Of India on 17th January 2015 no. 1414//2012-PCI are defined which can be assigned to community pharmacists. Dispensing prescription medicines to the beneficiaries. Ensuring that different treatments are compatible. Checking dosage and ensuring that medicines anre correctly and safely supplied and labeled (Pharmacist are legally responsible for any dispensing errors). Supervising the preparation of any medicines (not all are supplied ready made-up by the manufacturer). Keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes. Liaising with doctors about prescriptions. Counseling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments. Advising patients of any adverse side-effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments. Preparing dosette and cassette boxes, usually for the elderly but also for those with memory/ learning difficulties, where tables are placed in compartments for specified days of the week. Undertaking Medicines Use Reviews (MUR), an advanced service to help patients understand how their medicines work and why they have to take them. Providing a prescription intervention service. Managing a needle and syringe exchange. Dispensing emergency hormonal contraception. Measuring and fitting compression hosiery. Monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Pharmacist (Allopathic)
No of posts : 3 (3-UR )
Post Code : CR15024
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : (i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognised Board or University; (ii) Diploma in pharmacy from recognised institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act.1948 and (iii) Two years'' experience as Pharmacist in any recogrised Hospital or Pharmacy after duty registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948: and OR (i) Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm). from a recognised University or equivalent ; and (ii) registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act. 1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, LUCKNOW
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-5
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : LUCKNOW, AGRA, BAREILLY, GORAKHPUR
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Duties of Pharmacists (Allopathic/AYUSH) :- The Pharmacist will be personally responsible for the correct dispensing as per prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and for the safe custody of the stores received by him. She/he will issue medicines etc. in accordance with the instructions issued by the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge from time to time. The Pharmacist will at all times be courteous and helpful in dealing with the patients and under no circumstances enter into arguments, whatsoever, with a beneficiary but report the matter to the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. She/he will be in position at the Wellness Centre well before opening time of Wellness Centre of medicines to beneficiaries. She/he will be personally responsible to see that the dispensing room is kept absolutely clean all the time, bottles are properly corked and well dusted. She/he will dispense medicines properly. She/he will issue an original packing to a bendficiary only after breaking the seal. The Pharmacist will write the name of the medicines with details of the doses on the bottle, container, envelope and also explain the doses verbally where required. If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelope small slips shall also be put inside giving the name of medicines and its dosage. The Pharmacist (s) will remain on duty to clear the patient even at the end of the Wellness centre hours. The Pharmacist will maintain proper account of the items issued to him, dispensed by him and the balance in stock with him. The Pharmacist will immediately comply with the instructions and arrange for the stocks with him to be checked at any time by the Medical Officer Incharge or other Medical Officers and any other officer deputed by the Zonal Head-quarters. In the temporary absence of storekeeper, the Pharmacist will perform the duties of the storekeeper whenever required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. She/he will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge commensurate with the nature of work. The duties of Pharmcists as per pharmacy practice regulation 2015 which was notified (The Gazette of India extraordinary part III Sec,4 dated 17th January 2015 New Delhi) by Govt. Of India on 17th January 2015 no. 1414//2012-PCI are defined which can be assigned to community pharmacists. Dispensing prescription medicines to the beneficeries. Ensuring that different treatments are compatible. Checking dosage and ensuring that medicines anre correctly and safely supplied and labeled (Pharmacist are legally responsible for any dispensling errors). Supervising the preparation of any medicines (not all are supplied ready made-up by the manufacturer). Keeping a registger of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes. Liaising with doctors about prescriptions. Counselling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments. Advising patients of any adverse side-effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments. Prepaing dosette and cassette boxes, usually for the elderly but also for those with memory/ learning difficulties, where talbels are placed in compartments for specified days of the week. Undertaking Medicines Use Reviews (MUR), an advanced service to help patients understand how their medicines work and why they have to take them. Providing a prescription intervertion service. Managing a needle and syringe exchange. Dispensing emergency hormonal contraception. easuring and fitting compression hosiery.


EASTERN REGION
Pharmacist
No of posts : 3 (2-UR, 1-EWS)
Post Code : ER10324
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : (i) Twelfth standard pass from a recognised Board; (ii) Diploma in Pharmacy ; and (iii) Registered with any State Pharmacy Council.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-27
Department Name : ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH, MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : Level-5 as per 7th CPC
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : West Bengal
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Pharmaceutical Work. Any other work assigned by the higher authority

MADHYA PRADESH SUB REGION
Pharmacist (Allopathic)
No of posts : 2 (1-UR, 1-SC)
Post Code : MP10424
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : (i) 12th class pass with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. (ii) Diploma in Pharmacy from recognized Institution and registered as pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948 and (iii) Two years experience as Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948 OR (i) Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) from a recognized University or equivalent and (ii) registered as pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CGHS, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LLevel 5 (Rs.29200-92300)
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : JABALPUR, MP
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Indenting and distribution of Allopathic medicines to CGHS beneficiaries and keeping its computerized record.

NORTH WESTERN SUB REGION
Pharmacist (Allopathic)
No of posts : 11 (5-UR, 3-OBC, 1-SC, 1-ST, 1-EWS)
Post Code : NW10524
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : (i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognised Board or University; (ii) Diploma in Pharmacy from recognised institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two years’ experience as Pharmacist in any recognised Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and OR (i) Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) from a recognised University or equivalent: and (ii) registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CGHS CHANDIGARH
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-5
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : Punjab-05 Jammu & Kashmir- 04 Himachal Pradesh- 02
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : The pharmacist will be personally/ responsible for the correct dispensing as per prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and for the safe custody of the stores received by him. She/He will issue medicines etc. In accordance with the instructions issued by the Directorate/ Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge time to time. 1. The pharmacist will at all times be courteous and helpful in dealing with patients and under no circumstances enter into arguments, whatsoever, with a beneficiary but report the matter to the Chief Medical Officer. 2. She/He will be in position at the Wellness Centre well before opening time of Wellness Centre of medicines to beneficiaries. 3. She/He will be personally responsible to see that the despensing room is kept absolutely clean all the time, 4. She/He will dispense medicines proper. She/He issue and original packing to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal. 5. The Pharmacist will write the name of the medicines with details of the doses on the bottle, container, envelope and also explain the doses verbally where required. If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelope small slips shall be put inside giving the name of medicines and its dosage. 6. The pharmacist(s) will remain on duty to clear the patient even at the end of the Wellness Centre hours. 7. The pharmacist will maintain proper account of the items issued to him, dispensed by him and the balance in stock with him. 8. The Pharmacist will immediately comply with the instructions and arrange for the stocks with him to be checked at any time by the Medical Officer Incharge or other Medical Officers and any other Officer deputed by the Zonal Head Quarters. 9. In the temporary absence of store keeper, the Pharmacist will perform the duties of the storekeeper whenever required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge. 10. She/He will perform any other duty assigned by Medical Officer Incharge commensurate with the nature of work. 11. Dispensing prescription medicines to the beneficiaries. 12. Ensuring that different treatments are compatibles. 13. Checking dosage and ensuring that medicines are correctly and safely supplied and labelled (Pharmacist are legally responsible for any dispensing error). 14. Supervising the presparation of any medicines (not all are supplied ready made-up by manufacturer) 15. Keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purpose. 16. Liasing with doctors about prescriptions. 17. Conseling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments. 18. Advising patients of any adverse side-effects of medicines or potential interaction with other Medicines/Treatment. 19. Arranging the delivery of prescription medicines to patients. 20. Overseeing the ordering and safe storage of medical products. 21. Managing supervising and training pharmacy support staff. 22. Keeping up-to-date with current pharmacy practice, new drugs and their uses. The duties of Pharmacists as per pharmacy practice regulation 2015 which was notified (The gazette of India extraordinary part III Sec 4 dated 17th January 2015 New Delhi) by Govt of India of 17th January 2015 no 14-148/2012-PCI are defined which can be assigned to community pharmacists.

NORTHERN REGION
Pharmacist (Homeopathic) (Entry Grade)
No of posts : 1 (1-UR)
Post Code : MP10424
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : 12th Class or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry or Biology from a recognized Board or University; 2. Diploma or certificate course in Homeopathic Pharmacy of at least one year duration from a recognized institution.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-05
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : DEHRADUN (UTTARAKHAND)

WESTERN REGION
Pharmacist Allopathic
No of posts : 1 (1 OBC)
Post Code : WR10324
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : a. Pass XII Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. b. Diploma in Pharmacy from a recognized Institute & registered as Pharmacist Under Pharmacy act 1948. c. Two years’ experience as pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act 1948. OR i. Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) from a recognized University or equivalent: and. ii. Registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act. 1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE, NAGPUR
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-05
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : Nagpur (Maharashtra) All India Service Liability (AISL)
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Store Keeping & Dispensing of Medicines.

Pharmacist Allopathic
No of posts : 4 ( 1 -UR, 1 -OBC, 1 -SC, 1 -EWS )
Post Code : WR13624
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification : (i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. (ii) Diploma in Pharmacy from recognized institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two year’s experience as Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948; and OR (i) Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) from a recognized University or equivalent; and (ii) Registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE MUMBAI
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-05
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : CGHS Mumbai. All India Service Liability
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Dispensing the medicines as per prescription from the Medical Officer in the wellness Center. Maintain the safe custody of store received. To maintain the dispensing room.

Pharmacist Ayurvedic
No of posts : 3 ( 1 -UR, 1 -OBC, 1 -EWS )
Post Code : WR13724
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification :
(i) 12th passed or equivalent with Science (Physics or Chemistry or Biology) from a recognized Board or University;
(ii) Technical Qualification: Degree in Ayurvedic Pharmacy or Diploma in Ayurvedic Pharmacy course, duration of which should not be less than two years from any Government Organisation or recognised private Institute or by any University and registered with respective State Government Ayurvedic Regulatory Boards or Councils; and
(iii) Two years experience in the field of Ayurvedic Pharmacist from any recognised Ayurvedic Dispensary or Hospital or Pharmacy or Wellness Centre.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE MUMBAI
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-05
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : CGHS Mumbai and One UR at CGHS Goa. All India Service Liability
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Dispensing the medicines as per prescription from the Medical Officer in the wellness Center. Maintain the safe custody of store received. To maintain the dispensing room.

Pharmacist Allopathic
No of posts : 7 ( 2 -UR, 1 -OBC, 2 -ST, 2 -EWS )
Post Code : WR13624
Educational Qualification Level : Higher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification :
(i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University.
(ii) Diploma in Pharmacy from recognized institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and
(iii) Two year’s experience as Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948; and
OR
(i) Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) from a recognized University or equivalent; and
(ii) Registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948.
Age Limit( in years) : 18-25
Department Name : CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE AHMEDABAD
Grade Pay ( Pre-revised)/ Pay Level Matrix : LEVEL-05
Gender : All
Initial Place of Posting : Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar/Vadodara All India Service Liability
Job Requirement/ Duties of the Post : Dispensing the medicines as per prescription from the Medical Officer in the wellness Center. Maintain the safe custody of store received. To maintain the dispensing room.

The Computer Based Examination for Phase-XII/2024/Selection Posts is tentatively scheduled during the period from 6th to 8th May, 2024.

The detailed Notice containing various Eligibility Criteria. Terms’ & Conditions, and the Application Format, etc will be available on the Commission's website [https://ssc.nic.in] from 01.02.2024. Any Addendum / Corrigendum relevant to the Notice will be hosted on the website of the Commission only. Interested candidates may apply online through the website of the Commission with effect from 01.02.2024 to 28.02.2024 (up to 23.30 PM)

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