SSC launches new website; asks students to do fresh registration

SSC's new website is live at Students will have to submit applications for future exams on the new website only.

SSC launches new website (Image: Screengrab of new website)SSC launches new website (Image: Screengrab of new website)

Vagisha Kaushik | February 22, 2024 | 09:38 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) announced it has launched a new website. The new SSC website was made live recently at The commission also informed that the old website will continue to be functioning through a link on the new website.

“The Staff Selection Commission takes pride in announcing the launch of a new website which has been made live on 17.02.2024. However, the existing website will also continue to be accessible through a link on the new website,” SSC said in an official website.

The commission advised candidates to do fresh One Time Registration (OTR) on the new website as OTR earlier done on the older version of commission’s website stands null and void. The detailed instructions for one time registration are available under section 'For Candidates > Special Instructions > Instructions for filling OTR' on the new website, said SSC.

“All applications for future examinations are required to be submitted online through new website, i.e.,, only,” SSC further informed.

This year, various new exam websites have been launched such as sites for the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), Common University Entrance Test (CUET) PG, University Grants Commission National Entrance Test (UGC NET), among others.

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