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Monday, 23 January 2017

SSC CHSL [DEO, LDC, PA/SA, Court Clerk] Job Profile


SSC CHSL [DEO, LDC, PA/SA, Court Clerk] Job Profile

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There is four posts under SSC CHSL 2016 Exam. Know about job profile, responsibility and salary structure for all posts.

1. Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)

SSC CHSL LDC Job Profile and Responsibilities
The various job responsibilities of a Lower Divisional Clerk are:
Registration of mails.
Indexing, registering and maintaining file registers.
Receiving documents and maintaining the record of the same.
Preparation of simple drafts and statements.
Salary Structure

SSC CHSL LDC Career Path

LDC is the starting level clerical position in Central Government Ministries and Departments. The next level of positions available during the career are:
-          Assistant/ Upper Divisional Clerk
-          Division Clerk
-          Section Officer


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2. Data Entry Operator (DEO)

SSC CHSL Job Profile and Responsibilities
This is a complete desk job on a computer, where in you will be required to:
have a good typing speed. This is also tested through a typing test before the final result.
be comfortable in working on software’s like MS Excel, Word and Power point
prepare reports
enter and manage data.
SSC CHSL DEO Salary Structure

Career Path

The career progression of a Data Entry Operator (DEO) in the Central Government is mentioned below in the increasing order.

-          Data Entry Operator Grade B
-          Data Entry Operator Grade C
-          Data Entry Operator Grade F (System Analyst)

3. Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant

Job Responsibilities
PAPO (Postal Assistant in Post Offices)
The candidate will be posted in Post Offices and had to work at the counter.
A Postal Assistant is the person who sits in the counter and helps you in booking the article.
The benefit of PAPO is that you can regularly come across many customers and will always be updated with the latest changes happening in the Post Office environment.

PASBCO (Postal Assistant in Savings Bank Control Organization)

A Postal Assistant in Savings Bank Control Organization (PASBCO) will be required to monitor the Savings Bank’s related work.
A PASBCO cannot work in all Post Offices. The posting will only be in the Head Post Offices.
PACO/RO (Postal Assistant in Circle/Regional Offices)

Circle/Regional Offices are the administrative wing of Postal Department. PACO/RO is a separate administrative cadre and those selected are posted at Circle/Regional Offices situated in main cities within the circle (maximum 2-5 offices).

A Postal Assistant (PA) is required to perform the file related work and will not be dealing directly with the customers.

PARLO (Postal Assistant in Returned Letter offices)

A Postal Assistant (PA) is required to assist in the following functions of Returned Letter Offices.

In the Returned Letter Office, efforts are made to locate the correct address of the addressee, and if located, mail is forwarded to the addressee.
When the address of the addressee cannot be located, efforts are made to locate the address of the sender by opening the letter. If located, mail is returned to sender.
Mail which cannot be delivered either to the addressee or to the sender is disposed of after detention for the prescribed period. []
PAMMS (Postal Assistant in Mail Motor Services)

A Postal Assistant in Mail Motor Services (PAMMS) plays an important role in intra-city transmission of mail between Mail Offices and Post Offices.

PAFPO (Postal Assistant in Foreign Post Organization)

A Postal Assistant in Foreign Post Organization (PAFPO) deals with the foreign articles transmitted through Post office network.

SARMS (Sorting Assistant in Railway Mail Service)

A Sorting Assistant (SA) will be posted in RMS Units available within the circle mainly situated in a Railway Station or near it. SA will be working in shifts and often had to work in night shifts also.

At RMS, the SA is required to sort mails being sent through the Post Office Network.

Career Path
The career growth for these positions is similar across all cadres. The movement up the hierarchy of positions is completely through promotions and direct recruitment is only done for this assistant level position. The career path is as below:

-          Lower Selection Grade (LSG) / Supervisor
-          Higher Selection Grade (HSG) II / Senior Supervisor
-          Higher Selection Grade (HSG) II / Chief Supervisor

4. SSC CHSL Court Clerks
SSC Court Clerk Job Profile and Responsibilities

The Court Clerk are appointed entry level clerical positions in various Tribunals under different Departments of the Government of India. Example of such Tribunals could be Central Administrative Tribunal, National Green Tribunal, Debt Recovery Tribunal, etc. The primary job responsibilities are:

handling administrative work regarding hearings
placing checked records in rack and taking them out as and when required
SSC Court Clerk Salary Structure

Career Path
The career path for a Court Clerk in the Central Government Departments is mentioned below in the increasing order.

-          Assistant Clerk
-          Bench Clerk
-          Head Clerk

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