SSC CHSL Admit Card 2023 Download SSC 12th Level Exam Hall Ticket

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) regional websites had released admit card for Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 2023 12th level Tier 2 exam. The written test is scheduled to be held on 02 November 2023. SSC will organize this exam for Lower Division Clerk, Data Entry operators & Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant (PA / SA) posts at various centres. 

Download SSC CHSL Admit Card 2023

Latest news:
Admit card for Tier 2 written exam had been released by all regions. Candidates can download them from the direct link provided below.

Exam date:

  • Tier 1: from 02 to 17 August 2023
  • Tier 2: 02 November 2023

The hall tickets of SSC CHSL 2023 are available for download at regional website. All the regions will release the admit cards on their website given below one by one. Candidates have to print them and bring at the time of examination. Also hard copy of call letters had also been sent to them. 

Those who are not able to get hard copy sent by commission, can download duplicate admit card from below given links. Candidates need to get their hall ticket from their regional website for appearing in the test.


As per 2023 notification, approx. no. of vacancies are 1600. Firm number of vacancies will be notified in due course.
In 2015, the total No. of Vacancies are 6578. The vacancies for the post of Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, LDC and DEO are 3523, 2049 and 1006 respectively.
About SSC CHSL 2023 Examination:
SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Written test is an objective type exam. It is conducted to determine eligible candidates for Lower Division Clerk and Data Entry Operator & PA SA posts.
Tier 1 consists of 100 questions carrying 200 marks. Time allowed is 1 hours. 4 sections are there in this test which are General Intelligence & Reasoning, General knowledge, English language and Quantitative aptitude. Every question is of 2 marks. Every section carry 25 questions. 1/4 Negative marking is applicable for each 1 mark question for incorrect answer given by candidate.
As far as the difficulty level is concerned, questions are a bit lower level than CGL since it is 12th level exam. But competition is very tough in this test as millions of candidates have appeared for this examination in previous years.

How to download SSC CHSL 2023 Admit card

Candidates can download and print them by visiting the links below along side states. On some official websites, candidates should click on download link provided. After that,  on next page, they need to enter their registration number and / or roll number and date of birth to download their SSC CHSL Tier 2 admit card 2023.
After entering details, download and take printout and keep it at a safe place to bring it at the examination hall at the time of exam. All details like exam date, roll number, venue, ticket number etc. will be mentioned it. One original ID proof is also mandatory to be brought along with it.
It is compulsory to carry a Photo ID such as Voter’s ID, Driving License, ID Cards issued by Government or other Offices where the candidates may be working along with SSC CHSL Admit card 2023. Candidates without such ID cards will not be allowed entry into the examination halls/Skill Test venues. Candidates should bring 3 passport size photographs for affixing it in the Commission’s copy of Admission Certificate in the presence of Invigilator, if required. Candidates not carrying photographs will not be allowed to appear in the examination. Candidate are advised to keep 10 copies of the same photograph, which was uploaded/affixed in the application form, with them till the completion of entire examination process to facilitate easy identification.
Click on the download link given on side of states / region to get your hall ticket. If a candidate is qualified to appear for Tier 2, then there admit card can be downloaded from 10-15 days before the exam.
Important links:
Official website –

Download link for Admit card / Call letter
Uttar Pradesh & Bihar
Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh
MP Sub-Region
Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttrakhand
West Bengal, Orrisa, Jharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkim
Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa
Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram
North Eastern
Andhra Pradesh, Punduchery, Tamilnadu
Karnataka, Kerla
KKR region

Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh

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