SSC CHSL Post Preference Form 2018 (Released) - Check Steps to fill, Salary, Post Description

By Ashwini Shivhare|Updated : July 2nd, 2021

SSC CHSL Post Preference Form 2018: The Staff Selection Commission had updated the result of Typing Test/DEST of SSC CHSL 2018 and shortlisted the candidates to appear for Document verification on June 10, 2021. In the SSC CHSL Selection Process, with the document verification, candidates are given the choice to revise their Post preference. The format for submitting the Post Preference Code had been issued by SSC earlier. So, let's have a look at the detailed format of the Post Preference/ Option Form and how to accurately fill out the form before submitting it.

SSC CHSL Post Preference Form 2018: The Staff Selection Commission had updated the result of Typing Test/DEST of SSC CHSL 2018 and shortlisted the candidates to appear for Document verification on June 10, 2021. In the SSC CHSL Selection Process, with the document verification, candidates are given the choice to revise their Post preference. The format for submitting the Post Preference Code had been issued by SSC earlier. So, let's have a look at the detailed format of the Post Preference/ Option Form and how to accurately fill out the form before submitting it.

SSC CHSL Preference Sample Form PDF 

SSC CHSL Post Preference Form 2018: Steps to Fill 

STEP 1: Fill in Roll Number and Name

First Candidates should fill their name and roll number in the form correctly as shown in the image above.

STEP 2: Go Through the SSC CHSL 2018 Post Codes

After filling in names and roll numbers, the next in the form is the codes of all SSC CHSL posts in various departments, offices, and ministries. Candidates should read the codes of the posts carefully. 

  • Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/JSA/JPA : Post Code "L"
  • Data Entry Operator (DEO) : Post Code "D"
  • Postal/Sorting Assistants : Post Code "P"

STEP 3: Fill the Post Preference

Once you have read all the posts and their codes, candidates are supposed to fill the postcodes of their prefered posts for which they are eligible. Candidates must provide a priority number ranging from 1 to 44 as given in the image below:

STEP 4: Signature, Name, and Date

The last step is filling in the name, date, and signature of the candidate in the designated place given in the rightmost corner of the form. 

SSC Exam Date 2021 for CHSL, CGL and CPO SI (Released)

How to Select the Most Appropriate SSC CHSL Post?

Choosing the right preference of SSC CHSL Posts is an important aspect. This would decide the whole career and work of the candidates. The question that arises here is that how to select the most appropriate post. There are some important factors that should be kept in mind while deciding the SSC CHSL post preference.

Factors to consider while Choosing SSC CHSL Post Preference

  • Eligibility 
  • Work Profile and Nature of Work
  • Salary, Perks, and Benefits
  • Individual Preference

 SSC CHSL: Salary, Work Profile, and Other Details

SSC CHSL Post Details - LDC (Lower Division Clerk)/JSA

LDC is the starting level of the clerk within any government organization and the candidates appointed for this post need to handle daily office tasks and responsibilities including maintaining data, files, and documents of the office systematically.

Below mentioned are the details of the post for Lower Division Clerk: -

  • Post Code: “L”
  • Department: Ministries/ Department of GOI
  • Posting Areas: Across India
  • Typing Languages: English/ Hindi

Salary Structure of LDC

  • Payscale: INR 5200-20200
  • Grade Pay: INR 1900
  • Gross Pay: X city - Rs. 30608, Y city - Rs. 28358, Z city - Rs. 26558
  • Net Salary (In-Hand): X city - Rs. 28000, Y city - Rs. 25750, Z city - Rs. 23950

Work Profile of LDC

  • The LDC has to deal with the entire clerical work and maintaining the workflow in Office
  • The registration of mails
  • The entry work of data on the computer
  • They are supposed to do indexing, registering and maintaining file registers in an efficient manner
  • They receive documents and maintain the record of the same
  • To get the important files and documents for their seniors
  • Typing official letters, notices, notifications and other official documents
  • They prepare simple drafts and statements
  • They make salary slips of the Staff
  • Fetching up the Important data from the library of information and bring them for the seniors
  • Supervision of correction of reference books

Promotion of LDC

  • Lower Division Clerk
  • Assistant/ Upper Division Clerk
  • Division Clerk
  • Section Officer 

SSC CHSL Post Details - DEO (Data Entry Operator)

Data Entry Operator is one of the most preferred SSC CHSL Posts. The candidates appointed for this role are responsible for recording data into the computer machine using a reading device such as a keyboard. The Government of India has its own Data Entry Department that takes care of maintaining the record of member’s salary, registering their names, making their identity cards, among many other tasks.

Details about Data Entry Operator posts are mentioned below: –

  • Post Code: “D”, “E”
  • Department: Ministries/ Department of GOI
  • Typing Languages: English/ Hindi
  • Posting Areas: Across India

Salary Structure of DEO

  • Payscale: INR 5200-20200
  • Grade Pay: INR 2400 (For both, postcode D and E)
  • Gross Pay: X city - Rs. 40167, Y city - Rs.  36021, Z city - Rs.  33981
  • Net Salary (In-Hand): X city - Rs. 36903, Y city - Rs. 32757, Z city - Rs. 30717

Work Profile of DEO:

  • Candidates are required to have good knowledge of computers as work of DEO is computer-based. The typing speed and the working knowledge of office tools like Word, Excel, PPT, etc. must be good
  • Preparation of notes and reports
  • Entering and managing the data
  • Insert customer and account data by inputting text based and numerical information from source documents within time limits
  • Collecting all the important information, tables and structure of the company to prepare a proper database for the company
  • Inputting the Data and Fetching out the Outputs
  • Scanning and printing important documents
  • Research and obtain further information for incomplete documents
  • Make it easy for others to access the files and provide the relevant information about the data entered in the file
  • Apply data program techniques and procedures
  • Writing Letters and Handling the Work in the absence of LDC

Promotion of DEO:

  • Data Entry Operator
  • Data Entry Operator Grade B
  • Data Entry Operator Grade C
  • Data Entry Operator Grade F (System Analyst) 

SSC CHSL Post Details - Court Clerk

Court Clerks are responsible for doing administrative duties in criminal and civil justice systems, along with helping court executives, judges, and lawyers.

Details related to the post of Court Clerk:

  • Post Code: “C”
  • Department: Tribunals
  • Posting Areas: All Over India
  • Typing Languages: English/ Hindi

Salary Structure (In INR)

  • Payscale: INR 5200-20200
  • Grade Pay: INR 1900

Work Profile of Court Clerk:

  • Research on Legal Matters
  • Preparing Legal Documents Based on the Research
  • Law Clerks mostly work for Attorneys or Judges 

Promotion of Court Clerk:

  • Assistant Clerk
  • Bench Clerk
  • Head Clerk

SSC CHSL Post Details - Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant

In SSC CHSL Exam, the post of assistant is segmented into two categories including Postal Assistant (PA) and Sorting Assistant (SA).

  • Postal Assistants are appointed in different post offices that might be located in urban or remote areas. Their role includes collecting mail-bags from the main motor and delivering the same to the customers.
  • Sorting Assistants are supposed to work in shifts like 6 am to 2 pm, 2 pm to 10 pm, and 6 pm to 6 am. In case you are working the night shift, then you are supposed to work every alternative night.
Salary Structure (In INR)
  • Payscale: INR 5200-20200
  • Grade Pay: INR 2400 (revised)
  • Gross Pay: X city - Rs. 40167, Y city - Rs.  36021, Z city - Rs.  33981
  • Net Salary (In-Hand): X city - Rs. 36903, Y city - Rs. 32757, Z city - Rs. 30717

Work Profile of Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant

  • Disposal of emails and maintaining the data
  • Customer support. Handling customer queries and providing them with a solution
  • Monitoring all the tasks that are related to the work
  • Locating the correct address of the addressee, if not located, locating the address of the sender
  • Returning the mail to the sender in case of not being able to locate the address of the receiver
  • Intra-city transmission of mail between Mail Offices and Post Offices
  • Transmission of Foreign articles through the post office network

Promotion of Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant

  • Postal Assistant (PA)/ Sorting Assistant (SA)
  • Lower Selection Grade E.g. Supervisor
  • Higher Selection Grade II E.g. Senior Supervisor
  • Higher Selection Grade III E.g.  Chief Supervisor

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AmitJul 2, 2021

Thanks mam❤️
Ashwini Shivhare
Most welcome, guys
Jayaram Rajendran
Please do not give PA preference as growth is too bad in Postal department

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