Have you lost your SSC roll number or registration number? And anxious about your possibilities of appearing in the SSC CGL exam, then don’t worry, we have written this guide to help you know what you do in case if you lose your SSC roll number, password or registration number.
First of all, you are not the only one who is facing this issue, in fact, thousands of students forget to remember there registration number, password, or application pin number. It is quite common to see forums or Facebook comments fill up with this question, I have lost my SSC registration number, how can I retrieve it? Or what to do if I lost my SSC roll number or password.
How to recover SSC Roll Number or Registration Number?
If you have lost your SSC roll number, application pin or hall ticket, then, first of all, you need to visit the official website of SSC where you had filled the application. Remember, every region has a different website, so you should keep this in your mind while choosing the website to visit.
After being on the website, check carefully for words like “Forget Password”, Re-download your admit card, Duplicate Admit Card, Lost password, etc. If you find any of these then just click on it.
Once you have found these important links and clicked on one of them, you will be asked a few important questions for validation purpose such as:
- Your full name as per matriculation certificate.
- Your father’s name as per Matriculation certificate.
- Your Registration Number
- Your Date of Birth as per Matriculation certificate.
After providing these essential details, you can download the duplicate admit card again for the exam.
How to recover Forgotten registration or application number?
There are basically two methods for receiving the lost registration or application number:
- Email on Registered Email ID
- Mobile Sms on Registered Mobile Number.
In case, if you lost your registration number or application number, then check your email or mobile messages since SSC intimate all essential information through email. In case, you deleted the emails, then check the spam or trash folder, it will be residing over there.
In case, if the above-mentioned method does not work then you can contact the regional SSC office. The authorities will ask you several personal questions for verifying your identity and once they will be satisfied with your answers, they will provide you a new registration number or application number.