SSC CHSL Post Preference 2023 – Important Factors for Choosing Best SSC CHSL Posts

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SSC CHSL Post Preference: SSC will be releasing the SSC CHSL 2023 option form after the release of the list of qualified candidates. They will need to fill out the option form in order to choose the SSC CHSL post preferences. The option form is made available on the official website of SSC when the recruitment process will be at its final stage.

SSC CHSL Post Preference

SSC releases the SSC CHSL option form to fill the post preference for all qualified candidates towards the end of the recruitment cycle. All the candidates who have qualified for SSC CHSL 2023 can fill out their SSC CHSL Post Preferences to finalize their selection. So, let’s have a look at the format and the best guide to fill their post preference by the shortlisted candidates.

Candidates can download the sample preference option form in this blog using the link given below.

SSC CHSL Post Preference – Important Factors for Choosing The Best Posts

1. Work Place

  • The place of work after the posting can vary from a rural area, sub-urban, urban to Metropolitan. If you want to get posted in an urban area or in the capital, then you should give high priority to posts like a court clerk.
  • The postal assistants can be placed from the post office in a rural area to a departmental office in a big city.

2. Area of Work

  • The area you want to work in is an important factor. If you wish to work in a particular department of Government offices, then you are required to prioritize the job profiles accordingly.
  • For e.g: If you are interested in working in a ministry of the Government of India. You should give Data Entry Operator the highest priority.

3. Salary Offered

  • Salary is an important factor in prioritizing job profiles. The salary for different posts is different.
  • The proper detailed analysis of the amount you will get in hand, grade pay, incentives, perks, and benefits is a must.
  • The Data Entry operator posts are of higher salary as compared to Lower Division clerks and Court Clerks.

4. Skill Set Possessed

  • It is best for the candidates to have knowledge of the skillset required for the job. It will help in choosing the posts accordingly.
  • Choosing a profile according to one’s skill set will result in the candidate performing well in the position.

5. Chances of Qualifying

  • Candidates should check the expected level of competition for a particular post and decide accordingly. A post that is popular will have a high competition level as more people will be choosing the same post.
  • It can be seen that most of the time there is high competition for the data entry operators’ posts as compared to other posts.

6. Personal Preference

  • There can be some personal preferences for a particular job profile.
  • It totally depends on the aspirant to the aspirant in which type of work culture, and environment he/she wants to work in and accordingly should fill the preferences.

7. Career Growth Opportunities

  • The purpose of choosing a job is not only salary but also growth opportunities that will be available as the career progresses.
  • Therefore, a candidate must check the growth opportunities that a particular post offers and take a decision accordingly.

SSC CHSL Post Preference Codes

There are three job profiles in SSC CHSL and eligible candidates will be appointed for the following

  • Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
  • Postal/Sorting Assistants (PA/SA)
  • Data Entry Operator (DEO)

Lower Division Clerk LDC/JSA – Preference Code for Ministry / Departments / Offices

Below mentioned are the details of the post of Lower Division Clerk: –

  • Post Code: “L”
  • Department: Ministries/ Department of GOI
  • Total Vacancies: To be announced soon
  • Posting Areas: Across India
  • Typing Languages: English/ Hindi
  • Salary and Career Prospects

CodeDepartment NameTotal
L1Bureau of Police Research & DevelopmentTo be announced soon
L2Canteen Stores Department (Ministry of Defence)To be announced soon
L3Central Administrative TribunalTo be announced soon
L4Central Bureau of InvestigationTo be announced soon
L5Central Passport Office (Ministry of External Affairs)To be announced soon
L6Controller General of AccountsTo be announced soon
L7Controller General of Defence AccountsTo be announced soon
L8Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate TribunalTo be announced soon
L9Department of Fisheries (Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying )To be announced soon
L10Department of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare (M/O Agriculture and Farmers Welfare)To be announced soon
L11Department of Commerce (Ministry of Commerce & Industry)To be announced soon
L12Department of Electronics and Information TechnologyTo be announced soon
L13Department of Forensic Science Services (M/o Home Affairs)To be announced soon
L14Department of Science & TechnologyTo be announced soon
L15Farrakka Barrage Project (Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation (Minstry of Jal Shakti)To be announced soon
L16Directorate General of Aeronautical Quality Assurance (M/O Defence)To be announced soon
L17Directorate General of Health Servies (M/O Health and Family Welfare)To be announced soon
L18Election Commission of IndiaTo be announced soon
L19Enforcement Directorate (Department of Revenue)To be announced soon
L20IHQ MOD (Navy)/DTE of Civilian Manpower Planning and Recruitment Integrated Headquarters (DCMPR)To be announced soon
L21Intelligence BureauTo be announced soon
L22Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), Department of Personnel & TrainingTo be announced soon
L23Ministry of Civil AviationTo be announced soon
L24Ministry of Communications (Department of Communication) Office of CGCATo be announced soon
L25Ministry of Communications (Department of Posts)-(PA-Admn)To be announced soon
L26Ministry of CultureTo be announced soon
L27Ministry of Defence (Office of The JS & CAO) AFHQTo be announced soon
L28Ministry of External AffairsTo be announced soon
L29Ministry of Housing and Urban AffairsTo be announced soon
L30Ministry of Information & BroadcastingTo be announced soon
L31Ministry of Jal Shakti (Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation)To be announced soon
L32Ministry of Labour & EmploymentTo be announced soon
L33Ministry of PowerTo be announced soon
L34Ministry of TextilesTo be announced soon
L35National Informatics CentreTo be announced soon
L36National Investigation AgencyTo be announced soon
L37National Technical Research OrganisationTo be announced soon
L38Office of Development Commissioner, Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise(MSME)To be announced soon
L39Registrar General of IndiaTo be announced soon
L40Tatrakshak Mukhyalaya[Indian Coast Guard)To be announced soon
 TotalTo be announced soon

Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant – Preference Code for Ministry / Departments / Offices

Below mentioned are the details of the post for Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants: –

  • Post Code: “P”
  • Department: Ministry of Communications & IT
  • Total Vacancies: To be announced soon
  • Posting Areas: Across India
  • Salary and Career Prospects
SNODepartment NameTotal
P41Ministry of Communications & IT(Department of Posts)-SPNTo be announced soon

Data Entry Operators – Preference Code for Ministry / Departments / Offices

Below mentioned are the details of the post for Data Entry Operators: –

  • Post Code: “D”
  • Department: CGA, DTE GDE (Ministry of Defence)
  • Total Vacancies: To be announced soon
  • Posting Areas: Across India
  • Typing Languages: English/ Hindi
  • Salary and Career Prospects
SNODepartment NameTotal
D42Controller General of Accounts (GP-2400)To be announced soon
D43DTE General Defence Estates (Ministry of Defence) (GP-2800)To be announced soon
  To be announced soon

SSC CHSL Post Preference Sample Option Form

Candidates can download the previous year’s sample post preference options form here. We’ll update the latest options from the document link as soon as it is released by SSC on their official website.

This was all from us in this blog, SSC CHSL Post Preference. We hope the information provided above will help in filling up SSC CHSL post preferences. Stay connected with Oliveboard for more such updates.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 When will the post-preference form be released?

Ans. Post preference form will be released by the SSC after the release of the merit list.

Q.2 Where will the online form for post preference be released?

Ans. Online forms for post preference will be released on the official site of SSC.

Q.3 Can candidates change the post after the final posting?

Ans. No, once the SSC allocates the posts to candidates they cannot be changed.

Q.4 Is there any physical requirement for the post of LDC in BRO?

Ans. Yes, candidates preferring the post of LDC in BRO need to fulfill the physical and medical requirements.


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