SSC Selection After Phase 9: Admit The Map Of Uttarakhand, Punjab Issued After UP, Here’s How To Download

SSC Selection Post Phase 9: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released an important notice for the candidates of those states whose SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Exam-2021 was postponed due to the conduct of General Election (Legislative Assembly). The committee has notified through the notice that the previously postponed SSC Selection Post Phase 9 Exam-2021 in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab will now be held on March 14, 15 and 16.

The notice stated: “The computer-based post-selection exams (Phase IX) 2021 for the candidates assigned exam centers in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab was previously postponed due to the general election (legislative assembly) Now the exam will be taken on 14, 15 and 16 March 2022.

The committee has also released the admission cards for these exams. Candidates can visit the SSC website and download the admission card.

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Candidates can check the notification by visiting SSC’s official website at

SSC Selection Post Phase 9 UP Admit Card 2022: How To Download The Admit Card

Step 1- First of all, visit the official website of the Staff Selection Commission,

Step 2- Click on the link for the entrance ticket.

Step 3- Now click on ‘CLICK HERE TO CHECK THE STATUS / DOWNLOAD ADMISSION CARD’ to check the status and click on the ‘CONTINUE’ button if you have selected your exam center in UP and Bihar.

Step 4- Enter your ‘Application Form’ and ‘Date of Birth’.

Step 5- If you don’t know your roll number or registration number, you can fill in your name and your father’s name.

Step 6- Download SSC Select Post 9 UP Admit Card.

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important announcement

Candidates are advised to have the original photo ID card with them on the day of the exam, stating the same date of birth as stated on your admission card. If your date of birth is not on the original identity card with photo, candidates may in that case carry the birth certificate.

If the date of birth stated on your admission card does not match any of the original photo ID cards, you will not be allowed to appear on the exam.

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