Clear Roadmap for preparation of SSC CGL tier-2 and IBPS PO simultaneously

In this article, we have figured and prescribed the study plan for SSC CGL tier 2 and IBPS PO at the same time as both exam require graduation in eligibility criteria. to know more in details, go through the article.

As all of us know that SSC and IBPS PO both are the most sought and awaited exams by the candidates throughout the year. Every year, thousands of graduates, post graduates and Intermediate passed students are placed through the recruitment processes opted by IBPS and SSC as both bodies are the largest government sector employment generators. Hence, Competition for these exams is getting fierce as lakhs of candidates are applying for them and minimum criteria for graduation makes it a blend of students from every stream to fight for their dream job.

(Also read: Spot the difference between the scope of SSC CGL and MBA after graduation)

In this year, as the dates of examination for both sectors are clashing. Therefore, it is very difficult to choose whether to start preparing for Banking or SSC and There is no definite answer to this question as it all depends upon your choice, your expectations towards the lifestyle that you want to opt in and what life lures you on. While some aspirants are confirmed and started doing work towards their estimated goal. But, still there is a load of aspirants who are finding it cumbersome to select one out of these exams and want to go for both tempting opportunities.

In the below article, we have powwowed about both exams and their preparation strategy so that one can prepare for exams simultaneously and easily can sail at least in one exam. We have shared a table having a syllabus for both exams.

(Also read: Know why Analysis of syllabus is important to crack SSC Exams)




Quantitative Aptitude

Basic Maths + Advanced Maths (Trignometry, Geometry, Algebra and Mensuration)

Basic Maths


Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning

High Level of Verbal Reasoning

English Language

Basic English + Advanced (Voice, Narration, Synonyms and Antonyms, etc.)

Basic Grammar

General knowledge

Polity, Geography, History, General Science, Computer and other mix GK

Banking Awareness + Current Affairs + Marketing Awareness + Computer Awareness.

 From the above table, you can understand the distinction between the topics that covered at the time of framing questions in both exams. There are few common topics that can be covered up at first and then as per the job preference, one can study remaining topics.

(Aslo read: How to differentiate between SSC JE and IES officer?)

Wishes all the Aspirants of SSC CGL,

All the very Best,

May you get your desired post.


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