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.
Verbal reasoning is for testing the reasoning ability or logical deduction capability of the candidates. This is a test specially designed to make candidates a little nervous through difficult combinations and tough regimes.
If you have to crack Nonverbal reasoning questions you need to work out accordingly. You need to constantly practice to understand certain patterns that could develop your thinking while answering.
In this article, we have introduced myths about the SSC preparation which may assist you to give a clear picture. To read full article click here.
The Central Bureau of Narcotics is one such organization which gives indent to SSC for recruitment of Sub Inspectors in the organization.
The post of Compiler under the Department of Census in the Ministry of Home Affairs comes under Group C post of the general central service of the Government of India. According to the old classification, this post is a post..
Apart from this official notification, there is an news that is spread among the candidates about the postponement of upcoming CGL examination from 1st September 2016 and onwards.
SSC CGL examination has commenced from 27th August 2016 and will continue till 11th September, 2016. The tier 1 examination is followed by tier 2 and then tier 3. This is one of the most popular examinations in India because of the scale of recruitment and the opportunity of getting a good job under Government of India. One of the posts for which recruitment is done through SSC CGL is accountant or junior accountant in CAG, CGDA and CGA.
SSC CGL is one of the most popular examinations for government jobs in India and there are many posts in which recruitments are made through this examination and the post of auditor is one of them. This is basically a Group C post and candidates are recruited for CAG, CGDA, and CGA i.e. Comptroller and Auditor General, Comptroller General of Defence Accounts and Comptroller General of Accounts. All are group C posts and the nature of work is same in all the departments.
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.
Staff selection commission conducts CGL examination every year and this year it has decided to held examinations from 27th August 2016 to 11th September 2016 for recruiting hundreds of candidates in various departments and their subordinate offices.
SSC has commenced recently the examination of Combined Graduate Level for the year 2016, starting from 27th of August, 2016 to 11th of September, 2016. This year onwards, All SSC Exams are going to be conducted at online centers.
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.
The biggest surprise has been the introduction of a descriptive paper as Tier III of the examination as the interview component has been done away with effect from this calendar year.
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it is widely observed and applauded the entry of females in all government sector Jobs. So, there is always a confusion regarding the post offered in SSC Tentative, which could be the most suitable for Female candidates.
SSC has decided to implement certain changes in the Combined Graduate Level Exam 2016 (SSC CGL 2016). The examination will be held on 27 August 2016. The Tier I examination will be held from 27 August till 11 September 2016.
The Staff Selection Commission has recently notified the revised pattern for exam for the SSC CGL 2016 edition. The exam will include a newly introduced Tier III consisting of descriptive test. The descriptive test is the biggest surprise for the candidates since they have never thought about this to be included in the scheme of examination.
SSC CGL 2015 mark list has been released! The Commission has declared the marks of all the candidates who have appeared for document verification/ interview/ DEST/ CPT. Candidates can check their marks at ssc.nic.in.
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.
taff Selection Commission has issued a notice stating the change in date of Combined Graduate Level Examination 2016. The examination is now scheduled to be held in the month of August 2016.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) issued a notice notifying the tentative date of result declaration for SSC CGL Exam 2015.
Staff Selection Commission has extended the last date of application for Combined Graduate Level Examination 2016 from 10 March 2016 to 21 March 2016 for Part I registration and from 14 March 2016 to 28 March 2016 for Part II registration.
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.
Staff Selection Commission issued admit card for SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2015.
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.
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.
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.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) declared interview result for the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) 2014 for Upper Division Clerk post. A total of 172 candidates have been recommended for appointment to the post.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) declared Tier 1 exam result of Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam 2015. The examination was held on 09 August 2015 & 16 August 2015. The re-examination was held on 30 August 2015.