SSC CGL tier 1 exam 2017: Full sleeves, big button clothes, closed shoes prohibited
SSC CGL tier 1 exam 2017: Check out the dress code and prohibited items.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has officially notified about the list of prohibited items. Full sleeve clothes, big buttons and even shoes will not be allowed inside the CGL 2017 exam hall.
The Staff Selection Commission has released a list of instructions regarding the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) tier 1 exam 2017. Candidates who are appearing for the paper should note that a number of items including phones, bags and electronic watches are prohibited in the examination hall.
SSC CGL tier 1 exam will be conducted from Saturday, August 5 to Thursday, August 24, 2017. The SSC CGL TIER 1 admit card for the exam have been released on July 31 and are available for download on the official website (ssc.nic.in). There will be no exam conducted on August 7, 13, 14 and 15
The paper would include 25 questions each on general intelligence, reasoning, general awareness, quantitative aptitude and English comprehension.
Here are the items prohibited at the exam hall for SSC CGL tier 1 2017: SSC CGL tier 1 exam 2017: Items prohibited during the exam include watches, books, pens, paper chits, magazines, mobile phones, scanners, calculators, bluetooth devices, pen/buttonhole cameras and storage devices
2. Pen/pencil and paper for rough work would be provided in the examination lab. Electronic watch (timer) will be available on the computer screen allotted to the candidates.
3. It is reiterated that Candidates should not bring Bags and prohibited items as mentioned above to the examination venue. In case they bring any such item, they would have to make their own arrangements for safe custody of such items. The Commission shall not make any arrangement nor be responsible for the safe custody of any such item.
4. If any such item is found in the possession of a candidate in the examination lab, his/her candidature liable to be cancelled and legal/criminal proceedings could be initiated against him/her. He/she would also liable to be debarred from appearing in future examinations of the Commission for a period of 3 years.
5. Candidates should not wear charms, veil, items containing metals such as ring, bracelet, earrings, nose-pin, chains, necklace, pendants, badge, brooch, hair pin, hair band, clothes with full sleeves or big buttons, etc. Candidates are advised to wear open footwear like chappal, flotter, instead of shoes as the candidates would be asked to remove shoes by the frisking staff.
6. Candidates are cautioned that they should appear only once for the Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-1), 2017. Any candidate, who appears more than once for the examination, would not only be disqualified from the said examination but would also be debarred for three years from all examinations conducted by the Commission.
7. Candidates must also refrain from creating any obstruction during the conduct of the Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-1), 2017. If any candidate is found obstructing the conduct of the examination or creating disturbances at the examination venue, his/her candidature shall be summarily cancelled. Such candidate shall also be liable to be debarred from future examinations of the Commission and legal/criminal proceedings could be initiated against him/her.
8. It may also be noted that no re-examination would be conducted if it is found that the examination was disrupted on account of instigation by the candidates.
– Watches (there will be an electronic watch in the exam room)
– Paper chits
– Mobile phones
– Bluetooth devices
– Pen/buttonhole cameras
– Storage devices
– Pen/pencil (these will be provided in the exam lab)
– Items containing metals (including jewellery, hair bands and hair pins)
– Full sleeved clothes
– Clothes with big buttons
– Closed footwear (only sandals and floaters allowed)
Candidates will be subject to frisking during the exam and may even be asked to remove shoes if they do not follow the above conditions. Those appearing for the exam more than once will be disqualified and debarred from all SSC exams for three years. Candidates who cause obstruction during the papers will be subject to legal/criminal proceedings and will have their candidature cancelled.
Respected Source – IndianExpress