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SSC CHSL 2016 Notification, Exam Date and Application Form. SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam will be conducted on 1st, 15th and 22nd November 2015 for recruitment of LDC & DEO
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As English language and comprehension is the part of the Banking and SSC Exams. So, it is necessary to understand the various sub topics to gain good marks. This article is before you, to assist you while you’re preparing.
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.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is all set to declare the CHSL result 2015 on 22 July 2016. CHSL result will be declared for the posts of Lower Division Clerks (LDC) and Data Entry Operators (DEO). Candidates who had appeared for the examination for LDC/ DEO posts can find the result at the official website of SSC.
There is a huge difference in reasoning questions plotted in the SSC and Banking exam. In this article, an elaborated study is made about the characteristics of reasoning topics that are plotted in Banking exam but not in SSC Exam.
Discount is one of the most important topics of Quantitative Aptitude section. This topic generally includes profit & loss related questions and are asked in almost all the competitive exams. In this post we will discuss about some easy and simple tips to solve these Discount based questions.
Staff Selection Commission issued admit card for SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2015 for Statistical Investigator Post.
The minority students who have cleared SSC Prelim Exam are offered special assistance and support to cope with the competition and improve their participation in the central service. The scheme aims to improve the participation of minority communities in the government services like UPSC and SSC.
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.
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.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has conducted written examination of CHSL on 20th December 2015. The examination was conducted for the recruitment of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators (DEO) and Lower Divisional Clerks (LDC).
The SSC CHSL Exam (LDC/DEO) 2015 was held on 1st 20th December 2015 for recruitment of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants, DEO and LDC. The Team of Jagranjosh.com has come up with the question paper of SSC (CHSL) Examination 2015.
Typing is an important component for the government job aspirants. There are many online options available through which beginners can master typing in a few weeks’ time and increase their speed and accuracy levels consequently.
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.
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.
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.
Some of the Higher Secondary level along with Graduate level posts offered through SSC requires the candidates to be proficient in English/Hindi typing. Candidates who have been preparing SSC exams should aware about the typing test along with the pattern of written examination.
Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Data Entry Operator (DEO) posts are one of the posts offered by SSC in various departments. Candidates who get recruited in these posts mainly carry forward the office work of the concerned department.
Staff Selection Commission Karnataka Kerala Region issued admission certificate for Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level 2015 Examination.
Staff Selection Commission Central Region issued admission certificate for Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level 2015 Examination.
Some of the Higher Secondary level along with Graduate level posts offered through SSC, requires the candidates to be proficient in English/Hindi typing. The candidates preparing for typing in their computers must not use the MS Word application; instead they should opt for notepad or word, with less facility.
SSC conducts the Stenographer in Grade C and D examination every year to recruit candidates as stenographers in various government departments. To be eligible for the posts, one needs to have passed the 12th standard examination along with stenography skills.
SSC conducts CGL examination for posts in the various government offices and departments. The candidates often go through coaching to prepare for the exams, as it helps them to understand the pattern. But there are many who prefer to train themselves in their own houses, in their own set routine time for preparation.
The SSC CHSL Exam 2015 was held on 15th November 2015 .The Team of Jagranjosh.com has come up with the question paper of SSC (CHSL) Examination 2015.
SSC is a recruitment body that conducts recruitment for various posts. The dilemma, which the candidate face over the decision whether to continue preparing for SSC with a job or without is quite an old one, and the candidates are searching for answers even now. Both the prospects have its pro and cons and thus needs a careful pondering in both the scenario.
The SSC CHSL Exam 2015 was held on 15th November 2015. The Team of Jagranjosh.com has come up with the question paper of SSC (CHSL) Examination 2015.
SSC is all set to conduct the Jr. Engg (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Quantity Surveying and Contract) Examination 2015. The examination will be conducted on 20th December 2015. Here, the SSC team of jagran josh is providing the complete syllabus of the examination.
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.
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.