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SSC MPR CHSL Admit Card 2022 released at sscmpr.org: Candidates can download Tier 1 admit card here.
SSC MPR CHSL Admit Card 2022
SSC MPR CHSL Admit Card 2022 DownloadStaff Selection Commission (SSC), Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR) has uploaded the admit card along with the application status for the Combined Higher Secondary Level Tier 1 Examination 2021, which is scheduled to be conducted from here. 24 May to 10 June 2022, Candidates who have applied for this region can now download SSC CHSL Tier 1 Admit Card by visiting the official website of MPR.
SSC MPR Admit Card link is given below. Candidates can download SSC MPR Admit Card through this link:
How to Download SSC MPR Admit Card 2022?
- Official website of SSC MPR – sscmpr.org . go to
- Click on ‘Status / Download Admit Card’ for Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination – 2021 (Tier-I) to be held from 24/05/2022 to 10/06/2022.
- It will redirect to a new page where you have to enter your Roll Number/ Registered ID Number and Date of Birth or Name, Father’s Name and Date of Birth.
- Click on ‘Search Button’
Candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination venue after the closing time of admission. Candidates should carry 2 latest passport size photographs and one original valid photo identity card bearing the same date of birth as printed on the admit card. If the date of birth is not mentioned in the photo identity card, then the candidate will also have to bring an additional certificate in original as a proof of his date of birth, failing which he will not be admitted to the examination. In case of any discrepancy in the date of birth, the candidate will not be admitted for the examination.
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