1.       The candidates are advised to download all pages of this call letter. The candidate may also note that the call letter issued earlier against this Advt. & Post for written test held on 20.08.2023 [cancelled subsequently] will not be valid for attending this written test.

2.       The candidate must bring print out of this Call letter to the Examination Centre. No candidate will be allowed to attend written test without this call letter. The candidate is also required to bring one of the PHOTO IDENTIFICATION CARD in original issued by Govt. of Central/State  viz. Aadhar Card/Electoral Card/Driving License etc. along with this Admit Card at the examination venue. The identity of the candidate will be verified with the original proof. In case photograph is not printed in the call letter, candidates are advised to bring two recent passport size photographs to the examination venue. The candidate’s photograph should be legibly printed and visible on the photo ID card and should match with the details on call letter.

3.       The candidates are advised to verify carefully the details such as venue name, address, date, exam time, reporting time, gate closure time etc. in the call letter before proceeding to the respective venue for the exam.


5.       Candidates are required to reach the respective exam venues on reporting time as mentioned in the call letter (ie 2 ½ hrs in advance prior to the exam) so that the entry formalities ie; Frisking, Barcode Scanning, capturing, of Photography  and IRIS Image etc. can be completed smoothly before the examination starts. The main gate of the examination venue will be closed 1 hour and 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination time. NO LATE ENTRY IS ALLOWED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

6.       Once Frisking, IRIS capturing & Photograph are completed at registration desk of exam venue, the candidate should proceed to the allotted room and should not leave the examination room before the conclusion of the written test. After the examination, the OMR must be handed over to the invigilator in the examination hall

7.       The call letter should not be damaged or smudged. The hall ticket portion with uploaded photograph and signature will be collected and retained by VSSC.

8.       The candidate should sign the hall ticket only in the presence of the Invigilator in the examination hall.

9.       Possession and use of electronic devices such as Mobile Phone, Microphone or any other Associated Accessories, Bluetooth enabled devices, any other electronic communication devices, Calculator, Log Tables/Pager, Digital Diary, Watch/Wrist Watch, Health Band, Book / Notes, metallic wears, Bangles, Belts, Bracelets etc. are strictly prohibited inside the examination hall. If any candidate is found in possession of any of these devices/documents in the examination hall, his/her candidature will be cancelled. ANY INFRINGEMENT OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHALL LEAD TO SUITABLE ACTION AGAINS SUCH CANDIDATES APART FROM REPORTING THE SAME TO POLICE AUTHORTIES, IF FOUND NECESSARY

10.    Candidates are allowed to carry only call letter, ID proof, ball point pen and transparent water bottle to the examination hall.

11.    Candidates are also advised not to bring any of the following  items to the examination centre:

     I.          Stationery items like textual material (printed or written), bits of paper or any electronic devices/communication devices specified in clause 9

   II.          Other items like Watch (Digital/Analog), Wallet, Goggles, Handbags, Hair pin, Hair band, Belts, Caps, Scarf etc…

 III.          Ornaments like ring, Bracelet, Earrings, Nose Pin, Chains/Necklaces, Pendant, Bangles, Brooch etc

 IV.          Any eatable items (opened/packed), except Transparent Water bottle;

12.    The candidate will observe the following dress code while coming for appearing the examination:

     I.          Wear light clothes with half sleeve Shirt/ Kurta/T-shirt not having big buttons/brooch,  trouser/Salwar etc

   II.          Wear open slippers and not the shoes

13.    Candidates who wear specific attire for religious or customary reasons will be required to report to exam halls  sharp at the reporting time itself for mandatory physical frisking

14.    Luggage or any valuable/ costly items or jewelry to the examination venue are not allowed to the examination centre  as arrangement of safe keeping of the same cannot be assured and exam venue will not be responsible for safe custody, loss or theft.

15.    Candidate should co-operate with the staff at examination centre in frisking

16.    No arrangement will be made at the centre for keeping any articles/items  belongings to the candidates

17.    The duration of the test is 90 minutes (1 hr 30 min) and the Question Paper will contain 80 nos of MCQ [1 mark for each correct answer and  carries negative mark of 1/3 for each wrong answer]. 

18.    Read carefully the instructions in the question paper before answering.

19.    In case the candidate found any other candidate using unfair means in the examination hall the same should be immediately be reported to the invigilator on duty

20.     Carbon coated OMR answer sheets will be provided to mark the answer options for objective type.

21.    You have to select the right answer by marking the corresponding circle on the answer sheet by blue/black ball point pen only as per the instructions on the answer sheet.

22.    Candidates are allowed to take the duplicate copy of the OMR answer sheet and their question booklet after the examination. Candidates may note that photocopy of the OMR answer sheet will not be given later under any circumstances. Hence duplicate copy of the OMR answer sheet shall be preserved by the candidates carefully for future reference and VSSC shall not be responsible for loss of the duplicate copy of the OMR sheet already provided to them.

23.    Outstation candidates are advised to reach the test centre well in advance in order to avoid absence due to unexpected incidents like delay in arrival of train/bus, hartal calls etc.  It is the sole responsibility of the candidate to reach the exam venue well before the specified reporting time.

24.    No travelling allowance will be paid for appearing in the written test.

25.    Candidates belonging to PwBD category shall be eligible for compensatory time of additional 20 minutes for every hour of the examination. ie 90 minutes normal time plus 30 minutes compensatory time (total 120 mints)

26.    The candidate has the discretion of opting for his own scribe or requests the examination body for the same.  In case PwBD candidates need scribe facility, they are required to bring their own scribe along with his/her Photograph and Photocopy & original ID Proof at the Venue Control room for record and verification. The scribe also need to undergo entry formalities ie; frisking, Iris Scanning, photography etc. The qualification of the scribe shall be one step below the qualification of the candidate taking the examination.  The PwBD candidate shall produce the certificate (in the prescribed format (APPENDIX-I & II) available in the VSSC website issued by Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon/Medical Superintendent of a Government Health Care Institution with necessary information/undertaking and produce the same at the time of written test.

27.    After the written test, the answer key will be published in the VSSC website. The candidates may raise objections, if any, with valid justifications within three days from the date of publication of answer key. Objections received thereafter will not be considered under any circumstances

28.    The result of the written test & skill test schedule for the shortlisted candidates will be published in the VSSC website Hence, the candidates are requested to visit VSSC website periodically for the schedule of above details.

29.    Canvassing in any form will be a disqualification.