Tier 2 examination conducted in the second phase of the selection process of Joint Higher Secondary (10 + 2) Level Examination, 2019 by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) scheduled today, 14 February 2021 nationwide To be done at various examination centers. For appearing in the examination, the admit cards have been issued to the candidates by their respective regions. Tier 2 exam will be of 100 marks in pen and paper mode. Its duration will be 1 hour. In this paper, candidates have to write an essay of 200-250 words and a letter/application of about 150-200 words. Candidates have to write their answers in English or Hindi.

On the other hand, the preparations of the candidates going to appear in the examination will also be their final stages. In the last few hours of preparation, the entire focus of the candidates is on the possible questions and the right strategy for them. However, in such a situation, candidates are not able to pay attention to some main things other than preparation, due to which their attempt may fail. These things include rules related to 'use of improper means' or 'Unfair Means' (UFM). In the Tier 2 examination of the year 2018, 4560 candidates were disqualified due to these rules. However, the Commission later ignored the matter as a one-time measure. So let's know about them.

These are the rules related to the 'use of unfair means'

As per the CHSL Exam 2019 notification issued by the Commission, candidates have to write their correct serial number at the designated place on the cover of their answer book. Also, your signature and left thumb impression will also have to be put in the respective columns. In the answer sheet, if there is no roll number, signature, and left thumb impression, zero marks will be given.

Apart from this, no personal identification like name, serial number, address, etc. will be written in the answer sheet. If it is violated by the candidate, he will be awarded zero marks even if he is awarded marks in the evaluation.