SSC has organized CGL examination on 27th Aug 2016 as per the predetermined plan. Read complete Analysis of question paper.
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.
With rising number of aspirants vying for Sarkari Naukri, it is necessary to understand the differences between jobs offered through IAS and SSC exams and make an informed choice.
SSC team of www.jagranjosh.com has prepared a practice test attached in the below article containing 50 questions of General Science including general facts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. In Every SSC exam, Major questions are asked from this section.
Jagranjosh.com has prepared following set of questions based on Economics that covers all strengthens your national & international knowledge on Economy facts from the exam perspective.
In this article, jagranjosh.com has prepared a sample of 50 questions for the sake of practice to give you a gist about the type and nature of questions asked in SSC exams. To read about it more, go through this article.
In this article, you will find most of the questions out of history segment. So, be ready to learn and test your factual knowledge. jagranjosh.com has prepared a sample of 50 questions for the sake of practice to give you a gist about the type and nature of questions asked in SSC exams. To read about it more, go through this article.
Reasoning is one of the most scoring subject for SSC & other competitive examination and ‘Classification’ is considered as simplest chapter of this as it is to choosing odd one out. In the following practice paper, we have included almost every possible concept asked in exam papers.
SSC has decided to conduct the CGL-2016 exam from 27th August to 11th of September for Tier-I stage. So, there is a deficit of time in the preparation. www.jagranjosh.com has framed General knowledge practice paper set. In this article, you will be facilitated with the questions based on National/International Geography.
‘Prepositions’ is a very small but vital topic for English learners. Now, question arises what is preposition, how many are there and where to use it.We will discuss it in pin-points.
Planning to opt for a career in government services as a woman? Read on to find out what kind of career opportunities awaits you after clearing the SSC exam.
Due to the advancement in the digital arena of the country most of the government offices and ministries have turned their administrative work environment digital. Having personnel with knowledge of networking, software applications and other computer related analogies to these offices thus help enormously.
The posts in offer from the SSC CGL examination are quite lucrative and carry a provision of growth in future for the candidates. The works in the different posts ranges from that of office executive work to that of field working.
Jagranjosh.com has come up with the latest question paper of SSC CGL Tier-I Exam 2015. The examination was held on 09 August 2015 for recruitment to various Group B and Group C posts.
Jagranjosh.com has come up with the latest question paper of SSC CGL Tier-I Exam 2015. The examination was held on 16 August 2015 for recruitment to various Group B and Group C posts.
In SSC Exam, There are almost 5 questions are asked out of ‘Common Errors’ Series. So, it is very important to focus not only for Tier-I exam but also for Tier-II & III.
Quantitative aptitude plays the game changer because in English, you know something and you answer but if you don’t know, you cannot answer whereas in Mathematics, you never know if you have got that calculation correct. Prepare properly and the only mantra is to drive the inner fear away about the subject.
Staff Selection Commission Central Region (SSCCR) issued admit card for SSC Combined Graduate Level or SSC CGL (TIER-I) Exam 2016. The SSC CGL (TIER-I) Exam 2016 will be conducted by SSCCR from 27 August 2016 to 11 September 2016.
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.
In SSC Exam, There are almost 5 questions are asked out of ‘Sentence Completion’ Series. So, it is very important to focus not only for Tier-I exam but also for Tier-II & III.
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.
SSC CGL Tier- I Examination 2016 Admit card has been released on the official website of Staff Selection Commission, The candidates who applied for the SSC CGL Tier- I Examination 2016 can download their respective admit card from the official website ,The SSC CGL Tier- I Examination 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on 27 August 2016.
SSC conducts examination for various posts under different government departments over the entire country. The examinations are held at various centres around the country, giving equal opportunity to all the candidates throughout the country to opt for the examination easily.
SSC conducts the popular CGL Examination every year to recruit candidates in Group B (non-gazetted-both technical & non-technical) and Group C (non-technical) in various central government Ministries/ Departments, attached and subordinate offices of the Government of India.
‘Antonyms’ are helpful in developing vocabulary and this is what, The Examiner wants to test. It is also helpful in reminding the related words, together. So, Jagranjosh.com has presented this article before you to give a glimpse about Antonyms and what types of Questions are generally plotted. In this article, 100 antonyms are imbibed.
This article will give you glimpse of what kind of questions are generally asked in the examination from Synonyms chapter.
Logical Reasoning is a part of General Intelligence & Reasoning in SSC exams. This is one such paper which is quite tricky and requires constant practice from the candidates, in order to achieve perfection. Logical reasoning tests the reasoning and decision making capability of the candidates.
SSC CGL admit card will be released from 16 August onwards. Candidates who have applied for the CGL Tier 1 exam 2016 can download it from the link given below. SSC CGL Tier 1 exam will be held from 27 August-11 September with revised pattern issued recently.
In this article, a brief analysis is done for the job profile. SSC CGL and SBI Clerical recruitments are the two most prominent recruitment exercises carried out in the public sector in India. Both the job advertisements evoke huge response from the job seekers. For more detail, go through the article.