The team of Jagranjosh has come up with SSC exam Preparation Video Series. This video focuses on an SSC CGL exam. Mr. Raj Kumar Gupta, an experienced faculty, talks about the SSC CGL exam pattern and tips to prepare QA section for the exam. Aspirants who are preparing for SSC CGL exam must go through the video.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) declared result for Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier II) Exam 2015. Candidates can access the final answer keys, the OMR sheets and marks from 12 February 2016 till 31 March 2016.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) invited applications for Combined Graduate Level Exam. The eligible candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format on or before 10 March 2016 (Part I registration) and 14 March 2016 (Part II registration).
Staff Selection Commission Madhya Pradesh Sub Region (SSCMPR) issued official notification for the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam 2016. The Tier I examination is scheduled to be held on 08 & 22 May 2016 and if necessary, on subsequent Saturdays/Sundays, in different batches.
The Sub Inspectors in Central Bureau of Narcotics are recruited through CGL Examination conducted by the SSC every year. The candidates after passing the examination need to undergo training to understand various laws associated with the department and work into the active fields to eradicate illegal operations in the field of narcotics and drugs.
The candidates willing to join the CBI as Sub-Inspector and work in the field to solve crime need to undergo the two tier written examination, followed by a personal interview and medical test round to get selected. The selected candidates would be sent initially for training and would get posted once they are ready to conduct field operations.
The SSC conducts various recruitment drives every year to recruit manpower in various government departments and ministries. For each recruitment drive, the commission publishes a detailed notification and provides the examination syllabus, for better understanding of the study material of the candidates. The candidates should go through the detailed analysis of the syllabus to score good marks in the examination and increase their chances to get final selection.
The SSC conducts CGL examination under which aspiring candidates could get selected as Sub Inspectors in Central Bureau of Investigation. The bureau deals with varied criminal and crime related cases and provides a growth oriented career to the aspiring candidates with power and respect associated with the job.
The interview phase for SSC Jobs has scrapped from this year. Read on to find out how this new policy will impact SSC CGL Job selection process.
The Assistant post in CSS offers through SSC CGL Examination. Candidates joining as Assistants in the department can grow significantly through provision of promotions in the department and end up being the Joint Secretary, towards the end of their career.
The SSC conducts written examination, skill test and personal interview round to recruit candidates into various posts at different ministries and departments under Government of India. Thousands of candidates appear for these examinations every year. They should keep the difference of prelims and mains written examination in mind to score well in both the examinations and get through to the last round of selection, i.e., the personal interview round.
The Assistant post in Railway Ministry is a clerical level post which can be obtained through undergoing SSC CGL examination. The selected candidates get posted generally to the New Delhi Rail Bhawan, or to any other regional railway offices across the country. The candidates get paid a handsome salary and enjoy other benefits, perks and facilities from the Ministry of Railways.
The SSC conducts CGL examination every year to recruit manpower for various posts in different government departments and ministries. Lakhs of candidates applying for the very few positions offered every year through this examination and thus the competition remains fierce. Good preparation, hard work and retaining confidence are some elements that can make the candidates successful in cracking the examination.
If you have zeroed down upon SSC CGL Jobs as your preferred choice to join Sarkari Naukri, then the next step for you is to decide, if you would like to opt for a SSC Field Job or SSC Desk Job.
The post of an auditor is that of a Group C under the Central Government. The pay band attached to the post is 5200-20200 with the grade pay being 2800 for the post. The postings are basically in the offices of CGA, CAG and CGDA.
All the jobs offered by the SSC are for junior to middle-level posts in administrative functions of different government departments and ministries. However, despite this SSC CGL Jobs are one of the most sought after ones as far as Sarkari Naukri in India is concerned.
The CGHS was launched by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in the year 1954, as an exclusive health care scheme to offer medical facilities to the central government employees paid from the civil estimates.
An Examiner in the CBEC is a Group B post of the Central Government with the pay band attached being 9300-34800 and the grade pay is 4600 for the post. This is a very popular post among the posts offered through SSC CGLE because of its faster promotional aspects.
Assistant Enforcement Officer is a Group B non-technical post in the Department of Revenue under Ministry of Finance. The pay band attached to the post is 9300-34800 and the grade pay is 4600. It is basically an inspector job where an individual has to deal with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) and Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
Though there are various parameters for allotting a particular zone to a candidate, not all the factors are in the hands of a candidate. So, the best approach is to try to score as much as possible to be placed higher in the merit list in order to get the state of one’s preference.
There is no reservation benefit attached to the recruitment of SSC for women candidates as the reservation is only permitted for SC, ST and OBC Candidates. So, women candidates have to fight it out with their male counterparts in order to secure a coveted central government job.
Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) employees are the Group C central government employees that are hired through special SSC exam. The recent hike provided by the 7th Pay Commission has consolidated the interest in this job.
Like any other competitive examination the candidates need to work hard and undergo proper preparation in order to succeed in exams conducted by SSC. They should be well aware of the syllabus and examination pattern. They should divide their time of the day intelligently and give prominence to the paper they are weak in. They should follow previous year questions, to get idea of the kind of questions and their pattern that reappears in the examinations conducted by SSC, to score better.
Due to the general fear for Mathematics and English, many candidates couldn’t get pass the SSC examination and this affects their confidence dearly. By applying simple techniques and methods they can enhance their skills in the subjects and perform better in the examination.
Income Tax Inspectors are entry level posts at the Income Tax Department in the country and the recruitment is made through SSC CGL Exam. The candidates who join as Income Tax Inspectors could rise up the level and attain higher posts in the department. There would be departmental examinations and open examinations conducted in the department to given promotion to the deserving candidates.
The Tax Assistant post offered through SSC CGL examination consists of typing test which is conducted by the commission. The test is conducted by the commission in various centres allotted to the candidates by providing computers to them.
SSC conducts the Combined Graduate Level Exam every year to recruit in various Group B and Group C posts in the central government .Let us look at the nature of the posts offered through the non-interview group of posts by SSC to understand about the power and prestige attached to the posts.
SSC has conducted CHSL examination on 1, 15, 20 November and 6th December. The candidates who have undergone the examination have rated this year’s question to be Moderate. The SSC team of Jagran josh has come up with topic wise analysis for the SSC CHSL 2015 exam.
SSC is an organisation under the administrative control of the central government in order to take care of the recruitments in various government departments. SSC exams are one of the biggest recruitment drives carried out in India. Because of the fascination of getting government jobs in the youth of the nation, every year lakhs of candidates appeared in the examinations.
SSC jobs are one of the most sought after career choices for an aspirant looking for Sarkari Naukri. But apart from offering excellent pay and host of perks, central government employees also enjoy a unique social status, recognition and respect among the society. Read on to find out more about it.
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