EPFO Admit Card 2019 expected to release soon: See all details here

EPFO is expected to release the admit card of the mains examination for the post of Social Security Assistant soon.

EPFO is expected to release the admit card of the mains examination for the post of Social Security Assistant soon.

EPFO or Employees Provident Fund Organisation is expected to release the admit card of the mains examination for the post of Social Security Assistant soon. EPFO has declared the SSA Preliminary exam result with cut-off and the main exam date on October 21, 2019. According to the official notice, EPFO SSA Main Exam will be held on November 14, 2019.

A total of 22229 have been shortlisted for the EPFO Phase 2 exam on the basis of their performance in EPFO SSA Phase 1 Exam. Shortlisted candidates can download their EPFO SSA Call Letter from EPFO website i.e. epfindia.gov.in, once it is released.

EPFO SSA Main Exam Admit Card: How to Download

Step 1: Go to EPFO official website epfindia.gov.in.

Step 2: Click the Miscellaneous Tab and Recruitment Tab.

Step 3: Now, Click on Admit Card Link.

Step 4: Enter your Registration Number/Roll Number and Password/Date of Birth.

Step 5: Download your EPFO Social Security Assistant Main Exam Admit Card and take a print out for future use.

EPFO SSA Result 2019: Exam details

EPFO SSA Mains Phase 2 exam will have 150 MCQs on Reasoning/ Intelligence (60 Marks), General/ Economy/ Financial Awareness (40 Marks), English Language (40 Marks) and Quantitative Aptitude (60 Marks) to be completed in 2 hours and 3 Descriptive questions on English Language with emphasis on comprehension and analysis (30 Marks) to be completed in 45 minutes. Descriptive type test will be conducted online immediately after completion of an online objective test of Phase-2 Main Examination.

Candidates who will qualify in the mains exam will be called for skill test. Candidates will be required to appear for the Skill Test to assess speed and accuracy for Data Entry Work. The minimum requirement is 5000 key depressions per hour.

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