SSC Selection Post Phase 12 objection process ends today at; Here’s how to raise objection

SSC Selection Post Phase 12 Exam 2024: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will close the objection window for the Selection Post Phase 12 answer key 2024 today, July 5, at 5 pm. On July 2, the commission provided a provisional answer key for the Selection Post-Phase 12 exam. Applicants who took the exam can raise objections to the SSC Selection Post Phase 12 answer key by visiting the official website of SSC at

From June 20 to 26, 2024, the Commission conducted the Phase 12 Selection Posts exam for various posts based on educational credentials such as Matriculation, Higher Secondary, and Graduation level using a computer-based exam.

SSC Phase 12 Answer Key 2024: Objection Fee

To challenge the SSC Selection Post-Phase 12 answer key, applicants have to deposit a challenge fee of Rs 100 per question. Objections received through modes other than the online platform such as courier or snail mail will not be considered. SSC Post-Phase 12 answer key objection fee can be paid by debit card, credit card, net banking or UPI.

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“Candidates may take a print-out of their respective response sheets as it will not be available after the specified time limit. Individual requests for providing response sheets, provisional answer-keys will not be considered under any circumstances in future,” the official notice says.

The Phase 12 exam lasted for one hour. Applicants can take the exam in English or Hindi. The exam has four sections: General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, English Comprehension and Numerical Ability, with objective multiple choice questions. The paper had 100 questions and carried a total of 200 marks.

SSC Phase 12 Answer Key 2024: How to Raise Objection?

Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC,

Step 2: After that click on the login tab on the homepage and then enter the required information.

Step 3: Now, click on the “Answer Key Challenge” tab and then select the answer that applicants want to challenge.

Step 4: Candidates have to attach supporting documents in support of their answer.

Step 5: Submit the application form and save a copy of the same on the computer for further reference.

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