UPSC stands for Union Public Service Commission and SSC stands for Staff Selection Commission. UPSC or SSC releases numerous jobs notification to recruit the candidates who are eligible to get government jobs.
Candidates can get the government jobs through UPSC and SSC exams. Candidates who have qualified the high school, intermediate, degree and graduation they can apply for UPSC and SSC Government Jobs.
There are many conditions under the UPSC and SSC like required education, experience, age limitations, etc. First of all candidates need to apply for their desired post and then attend the examination. According to the exams result and some other essential procedure official persons recruit the eligible and talented applicants on the UPSC and SSC Jobs.
UPSC and SSC provide various jobs under different departments such as Director, Clerk, Police Constable, Junior Data Entry Operator, Junior Engineer, Assistant Director, Lecturer, etc.
There are some differences between UPSC and SSC like UPSC conducts the recruitments exams such as IAS (Indian Administration Service), IPS (Indian Police Service) and IFS (Indian Force Service), etc through the civil service exams. Conversely SSC organizes Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL), Data Entry Operator (DEO), etc exams.