No, SSC CGL Exam does not have interview phase in the selection process. The commission has eliminated this phase in the year 2016.SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam is one of the best gateways for a graduate to get a job in central government departments and after the elimination of Interview procedure, it has become the favourite choice of competitive exams aspirants too. SSC CGL Exam is conducted in four stages and the interview process has been removed from the entire procedure. SSC CGL Tier 1 exam will be an objective type exam that would be a qualifying exam. The candidates who qualify the Tier 1 exam become eligible to appear for the SSC CGL Tier II Exam that is also an objective type examination.

The SSC CGL Tier III Exam has been introduced to the procedure after the elimination of Interview round. The Tier III Exam will be a descriptive exam that will be conducted in pen and paper mode. In this paper, you will be asked to write an Essay, Precis and letter in English or Hindi. The final step will be SSC CGL Tier IV exam, that will be a skill test or you can say a computer eligibility test. No interview will be conducted in any stage of the recruitment process.

If you are willing to appear for the upcoming SSC CGL Exam, then you should keep an eye for the notification to be released. Keep visiting educational portals like to get the latest updates on any competitive exam. Interview round was an essential part of SSC CGL Recruitment process before 2016 but after the regulations passed by Government of India, the interview round has been removed from the selection procedure.

The decision has been taken to curb corruption from the central government recruitment process. This decision will allow better candidates to claim their recruitment on central government posts. A descriptive paper has been introduced in place of interview, to examine the eligibility of candidates appearing for the Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination.

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