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SSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024: The Staff Selection Commission is an organization under the Government of India responsible for recruiting staff for various posts in ministries, departments, and subordinate offices of the Indian government. This includes Pharmacist recruitment under SSC, Pharma jobs in CGHS, Pharmacist jobs in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, B.Pharm recruitment in SSC, and government jobs after pharmacy.

SSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024

SSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024 Detailed Overview:

Job Details: Pharmacist – Central Region

PostPharmacist
Job TitleSSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024
No of Posts3 (3-UR)
Post CodeCR10724
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification10+2 plus 2 years diploma in pharmacy and registration with State Pharmacy Council under the Pharmacy Act, 1948
Age Limit18-25
Department NameLabour Welfare Organization, under the Ministry of Labour and Employment
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-5
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingBihar

Job Requirements/Duties of the Post:

  • Compounding and dispensing prescriptions according to the hospital/formulary or prescriptions of doctors.
  • Being responsible for initiating the indents, stores, and maintenance of stock and accounts of medical supplies and appliances under his charge.
  • Providing first aid treatment to the injured and repeat prescriptions of the physicians when ordered in the absence of the doctors.
  • Compiling statistics of hospital dispensary in accordance with instructions, submission of periodical reports/returns, etc.
  • Any other duty assigned by the superior officers.

Pharmacist (Allo.)

Job DetailsDescription
Job TitleSSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024
No of Posts5 (2-UR, 1-OBC, 1-SC, 1-EWS)
Post CodeCR11524
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University; (ii) Diploma in pharmacy from a recognized institution and registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two years experience as a pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or pharmacy after duly registered as a pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and OR (i) Bachelor degree in pharmacy (B.Pharm.) from a recognized University or equivalent; and (ii) registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, KANPUR
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-5
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingCGHS KANPUR AND GWALIOR

Job Requirement/Duties of the Post:

  • The Pharmacist will personally ensure the correct dispensing of medications as per prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer. They will also be responsible for the safe custody of the received stores.
  • Medicines, etc., will be issued in accordance with the instructions from the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer in charge.
  • The Pharmacist should always be courteous and helpful in dealing with patients. Under no circumstances should they enter into arguments with beneficiaries; instead, report the matter to the Chief Medical Officer in charge.
  • The Pharmacist is expected to be present at the Wellness Centre well before the opening time to provide medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Maintaining cleanliness in the dispensing room is a personal responsibility. Bottles must be properly corked, and the area should be well-dusted.
  • Dispensing medicines accurately is crucial. Original packing should be given to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal.
  • The Pharmacist will label medicines with details of doses on the bottle, container, envelope, and verbally explain doses when required.
  • If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelopes, small slips indicating the name of the medicines and dosage should also be included.
  • The Pharmacist remains on duty to clear patients even after the Wellness Centre hours.
  • Proper accounts of items issued, dispensed, and stock balance must be maintained.
  • The Pharmacist will promptly comply with instructions and allow the checking of stocks by the Medical Officer incharge or other designated officers.
  • In the temporary absence of the storekeeper, the Pharmacist will perform storekeeper duties as required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
  • Any additional duties assigned by the Medical Officer Incharge, commensurate with the nature of the work, should be performed.

The duties of Pharmacists, as per the Pharmacy Practice Regulation 2015, include:

  • Dispensing prescription medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Ensuring compatibility of different treatments.
  • Checking dosage to ensure correct and safe supply, with proper labeling.
  • Supervising the preparation of medicines.
  • Keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes.
  • Liaising with doctors about prescriptions.
  • Counseling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments.
  • Advising patients about adverse side effects or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments.
  • Preparing cassette boxes, usually for the elderly or those with memory/learning difficulties.
  • Undertaking Medicines Use Reviews (MUR) and providing a prescription intervention service.
  • Managing a needle and syringe exchange.
  • Dispensing emergency hormonal contraception.
  • Measuring and fitting compression hosiery.
  • Monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
  • Offering a diabetes screening service.
  • Providing pregnancy testing.
  • Arranging the delivery of prescription medicines to patients.
  • Overseeing the ordering and safe storage of medical products.
  • Maintaining computerized records.
  • Managing, supervising, and training pharmacy support staff.
  • Dispensing healthcare and other products, such as toiletries, cosmetics, and photographic items.
  • Budgeting and financial management.
  • Keeping up to date with current pharmacy practice, new drugs, and their uses.

Pharmacist: 

Job TitlePharmacist
No of Posts7 (2-UR, 3-OBC, 2-SC)
Post CodeCR14124
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)

Qualification:

  • (i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University.
  • (ii) Diploma in pharmacy from a recognized institution and registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
  • (iii) Two years experience as a Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after being registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, of 1948.

OR

  • (i) Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm) from a recognized University or equivalent.
  • (ii) Registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, of 1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, PRAYAGRAJ
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-5
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingUTTAR PRADESH

Job Requirements/Duties of the Post:

The Pharmacist holds personal responsibility for accurately dispensing medications according to prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and ensuring the secure storage of received supplies. They will dispense medicines in line with instructions from the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge. The Pharmacist should always maintain a courteous and helpful attitude when interacting with patients. Any issues should be reported to the Chief Medical Officer Incharge instead of engaging in arguments with beneficiaries.

The Pharmacist is expected to be present at the Wellness Centre well before its opening time to assist beneficiaries. They are personally accountable for keeping the dispensing room clean, ensuring properly corked and dust-free bottles. Dispensing of medicines should follow proper procedures, and an original packing is issued to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal.

The Pharmacist will record the names and doses of medicines on the bottle, container, envelope, and verbally explain the doses when necessary. For medicines issued in plastic (PVC) envelopes, small slips must be included, providing the name and dosage of the medicines. The Pharmacist remains on duty to attend to patients even after the Wellness Centre’s regular hours.

Maintaining accurate records of items issued, dispensed, and stock balances is the Pharmacist’s responsibility. They must promptly comply with instructions and allow for stock checks by the Medical Officer Incharge or other designated officers from the Zonal Headquarters. In the temporary absence of the storekeeper, the Pharmacist will undertake storekeeping duties as required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.

Additionally, the Pharmacist will perform any other duties assigned by the Medical Officer Incharge, commensurate with the nature of the work. The duties outlined in the Pharmacy Practice Regulation 2015, as notified by the Government of India on 17th January 2015 (The Gazette of India extraordinary part III Sec, 4 dated 17th January 2015 New Delhi), are defined and can be assigned to community pharmacists. These SSC Pharmacist Recruitment duties include:

  • Dispensing prescription medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Ensuring compatibility of different treatments.
  • Checking dosage and ensuring correct and safe supply and labeling of medicines (Pharmacists are legally responsible for any dispensing errors).
  • Supervising the preparation of medicines not supplied ready-made by the manufacturer.
  • Keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes.
  • Liaising with doctors about prescriptions.
  • Counseling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments.
  • Advising patients of any adverse side effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments.
  • Preparing dosette and cassette boxes for those with memory/learning difficulties, where tablets are placed in compartments for specified days of the week.
  • Undertaking Medicines Use Reviews (MUR), an advanced service to help patients understand how their medicines work and why they have to take them.
  • Providing a prescription intervention service.
  • Managing a needle and syringe exchange.
  • Dispensing emergency hormonal contraception.
  • Measuring and fitting compression hosiery.
  • Monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Pharmacist (Allopathic)

Job DetailsDescription
Job TitleSSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024
No of posts3 (3-UR)
Post CodeCR15024
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University; (ii) Diploma in pharmacy from a recognized institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two years experience as Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948. OR (i) Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm) from a recognized University or equivalent; and (ii) registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, LUCKNOW
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-5
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingLUCKNOW, AGRA, BAREILLY, GORAKHPUR

Duties of Pharmacists (Allopathic/AYUSH):

  • The Pharmacist will personally handle the correct dispensing of prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and ensure the safe custody of the received stores.
  • Issuing medicines will be done in accordance with the instructions from the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge.
  • Maintain a courteous and helpful demeanor when dealing with patients, refraining from entering into arguments with beneficiaries. Report any issues to the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
  • Be present at the Wellness Centre well before its opening time to dispense medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Ensure the dispensing room is kept clean, bottles are properly corked, and the area is well-dusted.
  • Dispense medicines properly, issuing an original packing to a beneficiary only after breaking the seal.
  • Write the name of medicines with dose details on the bottle, container, envelope, and verbally explain doses when necessary.
  • If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelopes, include small slips with the name of the medicines and their dosage.
  • Remain on duty to clear patients even at the end of Wellness Centre hours.
  • Maintain a proper account of items issued, dispensed, and the balance in stock.
  • Immediately comply with instructions and allow for stock checks by the Medical Officer Incharge or other designated officers.
  • In the temporary absence of the storekeeper, perform storekeeper duties as required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
  • Undertake any other duty assigned by the Medical Officer Incharge commensurate with the nature of the work.

Additionally, the duties of Pharmacists, as per the Pharmacy Practice Regulation 2015 notified by the Government of India, include:

  • Dispensing prescription medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Ensuring compatibility of different treatments.
  • Checking dosage and ensuring correct and safe supply and labeling of medicines.
  • Supervising the preparation of medicines not supplied ready-made by the manufacturer.
  • Keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes.
  • Liaising with doctors about prescriptions.
  • Counseling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments.
  • Advising patients of any adverse side effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments.
  • Preparing dosette and cassette boxes, particularly for the elderly or those with memory/learning difficulties.
  • Undertaking Medicines Use Reviews (MUR) to help patients understand how their medicines work and why they need to take them.
  • Providing a prescription intervention service.
  • Managing a needle and syringe exchange.
  • Dispensing emergency hormonal contraception.
  • Measuring and fitting compression hosiery.

EASTERN REGION (Pharmacist)

Job TitlePharmacist
No of Posts3 (2-UR, 1-EWS)
Post CodeER10324
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) Passed twelfth standard from a recognized Board; (ii) Holds a Diploma in Pharmacy; and (iii) Registered with any State Pharmacy Council.
Age Limit (in years)18-27
Department NameALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH, MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLevel-5 as per 7th CPC
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingWest Bengal
Job Requirement/ Duties of the PostPharmaceutical Work. Any other work assigned by the higher authority

MADHYA PRADESH SUB-REGION (Pharmacist Allopathic)

Job TitlePharmacist (Allopathic)
No of Posts2 (1-UR, 1-SC)
Post CodeMP10424
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) Passed 12th class with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. (ii) Holds a Diploma in Pharmacy from a recognized Institution and registered as a pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, of 1948. (iii) Two years of experience as a Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948 OR (i) Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) from a recognized University or equivalent and (ii) registered as a pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCGHS, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLevel 5 (Rs. 29200-92300)
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingJabalpur, MP
Job Requirement/ Duties of the PostIndenting and distributing Allopathic medicines to CGHS beneficiaries and keeping its computerized record

NORTH WESTERN SUB REGION (Pharmacist Allopathic)

Job TitlePharmacist (Allopathic)
No of Posts11 (5-UR, 3-OBC, 1-SC, 1-ST, 1-EWS)
Post CodeNW10524
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) Passed 12th class with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University; (ii) Holds a Diploma in Pharmacy from a recognized institution and registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two years experience as a Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and OR (i) Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) from a recognized University or equivalent: and (ii) registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCGHS CHANDIGARH
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-5
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingPunjab-05, Jammu & Kashmir-04, Himachal Pradesh-02

Duties and Responsibility:

The pharmacist holds personal responsibility for accurately dispensing medications as per prescriptions issued by the Medical Officer and ensuring the safe custody of received stores. Medicines will be issued in accordance with instructions from the Directorate/Medical Stores Depot/Medical Officer Incharge.

  • Maintain a courteous and helpful attitude at all times when dealing with patients. Under no circumstances should the pharmacist engage in arguments; instead, report matters to the Chief Medical Officer.
  • Be present at the Wellness Centre well before its opening time to provide medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Personally ensure that the dispensing room is kept clean at all times.
  • Dispense medicines properly, providing them in their original packing to beneficiaries only after breaking the seal.
  • Write the name of the medicines, along with dosage details, on the bottle, container, envelope, and verbally explain the doses when necessary. If medicines are issued in plastic (PVC) envelopes, include small slips inside with the name of the medicines and their dosage.
  • Remain on duty to clear patients even at the end of the Wellness Centre hours.
  • Maintain accurate records of items issued, dispensed, and the balance in stock.
  • Immediately comply with instructions and allow for stock checks at any time by the Medical Officer Incharge or other designated officers.
  • In the temporary absence of the storekeeper, perform the duties of the storekeeper as required by the Chief Medical Officer Incharge.
  • Perform any other duties assigned by the Medical Officer Incharge commensurate with the nature of the work.

SSC Pharmacist Recruitment Additional Duties:

  • Dispense prescription medicines to beneficiaries.
  • Ensure compatibility of different treatments.
  • Check dosage and ensure correct and safe supply and labeling of medicines. Pharmacists are legally responsible for any dispensing errors.
  • Supervise the preparation of any medicines not supplied ready-made by manufacturers.
  • Keep a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes.
  • Liaise with doctors about prescriptions.
  • Counsel and advise the public on the treatment of minor ailments.
  • Advise patients of any adverse side effects of medicines or potential interactions with other Medicines/Treatments.
  • Arrange the delivery of prescription medicines to patients.
  • Oversee the ordering and safe storage of medical products.
  • Manage, supervise, and train pharmacy support staff.
  • Stay up-to-date with current pharmacy practice, new drugs, and their uses.

The duties of pharmacists, as per the Pharmacy Practice Regulation 2015 notified by the Government of India on 17th January 2015 (The Gazette of India extraordinary part III Sec 4 dated 17th January 2015, New Delhi), are defined and can be assigned to community pharmacists.

NORTHERN REGION Pharmacist (Homeopathic) (Entry Grade)

The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has announced a vacancy for the position of Pharmacist (Homeopathic) at the Entry Grade level in the Northern Region. Below are the details for the SSC Pharmacist Recruitment for Homeopathic:

DetailsInformation
No of Posts1 (1-UR)
Post CodeMP10424
Educational Qualification LevelHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification12th Class or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, or Biology from a recognized Board or University; 2. Diploma or certificate course in Homeopathic Pharmacy of at least one-year duration from a recognized institution
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameMinistry of Health & Family Welfare
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-05
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingDehradun (Uttarakhand)

WESTERN REGION (Pharmacist Allopathic)

Job TitlePharmacist Allopathic
No. of posts1 (1 OBC)
Post CodeWR10324
Educational QualificationHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualificationa. Pass XII Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. b. Diploma in Pharmacy from a recognized Institute & registered as a Pharmacist Under the Pharmacy Act 1948. c. Two years experience as a pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act 1948. OR i. Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) from a recognized University or equivalent: and. ii. Registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act. 1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE, NAGPUR
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-05
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingNagpur (Maharashtra) All India Service Liability (AISL)
Job Requirement/ Duties of the PostStore Keeping & Dispensing of Medicines.

Pharmacist Allopathic

Job TitlePharmacist Allopathic
No. of posts4 (1 -UR, 1 -OBC, 1 -SC, 1 -EWS)
Post CodeWR13624
Educational QualificationHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. (ii) Diploma in Pharmacy from a recognized institution and registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two years’ experience as a Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as a Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948; and OR (i) Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) from a recognized University or equivalent; and (ii) Registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE MUMBAI
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-05
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingCGHS Mumbai. All India Service Liability
Job Requirement/ Duties of the PostDispensing the medicines as per prescription from the Medical Officer in the wellness center. Maintain the safe custody of the store received. To maintain the dispensing room.

Pharmacist Ayurvedic

Job TitlePharmacist Ayurvedic
No. of posts3 (1 -UR, 1 -OBC, 1 -EWS)
Post CodeWR13724
Educational QualificationHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) 12th passed or equivalent with Science (Physics or Chemistry or Biology) from a recognized Board or University; (ii) Technical Qualification: Degree in Ayurvedic Pharmacy or Diploma in Ayurvedic Pharmacy course, duration of which should not be less than two years from any Government Organisation or recognized private Institute or by any University and registered with respective State Government Ayurvedic Regulatory Boards or Councils; and (iii) Two years experience in the field of Ayurvedic Pharmacist from any recognized Ayurvedic Dispensary or Hospital or Pharmacy or Wellness Centre.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE MUMBAI
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-05
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingCGHS Mumbai and One UR at CGHS Goa. All India Service Liability
Job Requirement/ Duties of the PostDispensing the medicines as per prescription from the Medical Officer in the wellness center. Maintain the safe custody of the store received. To maintain the dispensing room.

Pharmacist Allopathic

Job TitlePharmacist Allopathic
No. of posts7 (2 -UR, 1 -OBC, 2 -ST, 2 -EWS)
Post CodeWR13624
Educational QualificationHigher Secondary (10+2)
Qualification(i) 12th class pass with Science subjects (Physics Chemistry and Biology) or equivalent from a recognized Board or University. (ii) Diploma in Pharmacy from a recognized institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948; and (iii) Two year’s experience as Pharmacist in any recognized Hospital or Pharmacy after duly registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948; and OR (i) Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) from a recognized University or equivalent; and (ii) Registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act,1948.
Age Limit (in years)18-25
Department NameCENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE AHMEDABAD
Grade Pay (Pre-revised)/ Pay Level MatrixLEVEL-05
GenderAll
Initial Place of PostingAhmedabad/Gandhinagar/Vadodara All India Service Liability

Job Requirements and Duties:

The responsibilities of this position include dispensing medicines in accordance with prescriptions from the Medical Officer at the Wellness Center. Additionally, the role involves ensuring the safe custody of received store items and maintaining the dispensing room.

SSC Pharmacist Recruitment 2024— Exam Schedule:

The Computer-Based Examination for Phase-XII/2024/Selection Posts is tentatively scheduled to take place from 6th to 8th May 2024.

Application Details:

For SSC Pharmacist Recruitment, The detailed notice, outlining various eligibility criteria, terms, and conditions, as well as the application format, will be available on the Commission’s website [https://ssc.nic.in] from 01.02.2024. Any addendum or corrigendum related to the notice will be hosted exclusively on the Commission’s website. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online through the Commission’s website, effective from 01.02.2024 to 28.02.2024 (up to 23.30 PM).

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SSC Pharmacist Start Date01.02.2024
SSC Pharmacist Closing Date28.02.2024
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