Currently, CBI Inspectors and Assistants in different ministries are selected through SSC CGL examination. However considering vastly different job profiles, many critiques have suggested that the selection criteria for both these post should be different. Read on, to find out more about this topic.
The 7th Pay Commissions headed by Justice AK Mathur has submitted its report to the Ministry of Finance recently. The announcement has also come as an incentive for candidates aspiring to land a central government job through SSC CGL exams this year. The Commission report has suggested an increase in pay and allowances.
One of the many profiles on offer through SSC CGL examination is the post of Statistical Investigator (Gr II). Candidates selected for Statistical Investigator (Gr II) will be designated as Junior Statistical Officers (JSO) in Group ‘B’ .They will be part of the Subordinate Statistical Service (SSS) Cadre under the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has notified its Examination Calendar for 2016. The list contains all the examinations that are going to be held from January 2016 to January 2017.
SSC through its open examinations offers various posts at different government departments and ministries. The main responsibility of the Commission is to make recruitment to Group B (non-gazette- both technical & non-technical) & Group C (non-technical) posts in departments of Government of India.
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.
Probation period is defined as the period during which a candidate is examined as per the requirements of a job. Normally, in any central government job, the probation period is of 2 years as both UPSC and SSC go for a probation period of 2 years.
Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination is one of the biggest recruitment drives carried out by the central government almost every year. Read about the preference order that can be ideal for female candidates.
Every year Staff Selection Commission notifies for vacancies in various central government police organizations in India. Read More on Physical standard for SI in Police and other posts for SSC Exam.
Staff Selection Commission offers job profiles of various grades and repute to the candidates applying for the posts. In terms of exposure Assistant post in CSS and Ministry of External Affairs is one of the most sought after ones.
There is physical examination for some of posts of SSC (CGL) exam. The Standard for physical examination is prescribed in the official notification of SSC for male and female candidates. Here the team of jagran josh is providing the details of the physical standards for different posts.
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.
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.
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.
SSC through its CGL Examination held every year recruits candidates in Excise Inspector posts. The Excise Inspectors are the officers who deal with Excise Duty related matters and work under Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC). CBEC is a part of the Department of Revenue under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
Staff Selection Commission which conducts written examination for various posts in different government offices and departments allows special benefits and relaxations to the candidates who are ex-servicemen and have served in any government office, under the government of India rules.
Every year, SSC conducts recruitment for various level of manpower needed in various departments and government offices. In order to get into government jobs, thousands of candidates apply every year for these examinations.
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 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 Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination allows the candidates to opt for different officer level jobs in different departments. Candidates could get selected as Sub Inspector or CBI officer in Central Bureau of Investigation through CGL examination conducted by SSC.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) declared 2nd additional candidate list of Combined Graduate Level Exam Tier I. The successful candidates are eligible to appear for the Tier II examination.
Staff Selection Commission declared Combined Graduate Level Exam 2015 (Tier-1) Result.
Staff Selection Commission North Eastern region (SSCNER) released admit card for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 & 26 October 2015.
Staff Selection Commission Eastern region (SSCER) released admit card for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 & 26 October 2015.
Staff Selection Commission Central region (SSCCR) released admit card for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 & 26 October 2015.
Staff Selection Commission Karnataka Kerala region (SSCNWR) released admit card for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 & 26 October 2015.
Staff Selection Commission Western region (SSCWR) released admit card for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 & 26 October 2015.
Staff Selection Commission Karnataka Kerala region (SSCKKR) released admit card for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 & 26 October 2015.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released duplicate call letter for Combined Graduate Level Exam (Tier-II) 2015. The examination is scheduled to be held on 25 October 2015 (Paper I & II) and 26 October 2015 (Paper III).