SSC CGL Tier-2 admit card released
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the admit cards for the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) 2020-21 Tier 2 examination for most of the regions. Those candidates who have qualified for the SSC CGL tier 2 examination can now get the admit cards from the official websites. They are released on the websites of their respective regions, which are like the Western region, Central region, North Eastern Region, etc. However, admit cards of some of the regions are not released yet.
As per the schedule, the SSC CGL 2021 Tier 2 examination is to be held on 28th & 29th January 2022 across the country, for the recruitment of eligible candidates for Group B & C posts under various departments. Candidates can also check their application status, venue, and other details regarding the exam by logging into the official website.
How to download SSC CGL admit card
In order to download the SSC CGL admit card, the candidates will need to visit the official website of their region and enter their Registration number, Password, and their Date of Birth. All the candidates are asked to recheck the details displayed on their admit cards, as they need to match with the details entered. The links for official websites of all the regions are given below.
|Name of the Regions||Admit Card Links|
|Northern Region||Get Admit Cards|
|North Western Region||Get Admit Cards|
|Central Region||Get Admit Cards|
|Madhya Pradesh Region||Get Admit Cards|
|Western Region||Get Admit Cards|
|North Eastern Region||Get Admit Cards|
|Southern Region||Get Admit Cards|
|Karnataka Kerala Region||Get Admit Cards|
|Eastern Region||Get Admit Cards|
Documents required on the day of Exam
On the day of the SSC CGL examination, the candidates must carry a printout copy of admit card along with one of the following photo identity proof- Aadhaar Card, Voters ID Card, Driving Licence, Password, or any other ID Proof issued by the government. In case the candidate does not carry the necessary documents their entry to the exam hall will be prohibited.