Staff Selection Commission is a central body that recruits manpower for various government offices and ministries throughout the year. It conducts examination for higher secondary, graduate level and specialist posts for various job opportunities around the nation in different government ministries/ offices. These posts are looked after by many aspiring candidates who want to join the government sector and choose it as their career option.
Amidst this financial crisis and floating market instability, a government service is what lots of candidates look forward to so that they can secure their future and has a stable employment. Hence, the amount of candidates applying for the examinations is rising every year.
Procedure of examination
The selection procedure has thus become intricate and contains four tiers. There are mainly two tiers containing written examination and after selection in both the tiers the successful candidates are called for Descriptive test followed by Computer Efficiency test. The written examinations, though are from secondary and higher secondary level, are tricky enough.
The main challenge remains to solve the questions in limited time, that too without getting into trap and earn negative markings for wrong evaluation of any question. The candidates must be sure of the answers they are giving at the examination and thus need adequate preparation before the examination.
Role of coaching institutes
Though the candidates can prepare well themselves without any additional help from outside bodies, it is necessary to get into the details of tricks and methods to solve the questions on time. There are many coaching institutes offering different courses to crack these examinations. There remains an environment of competition in these institutes which helps prepare the candidates in a competitive environment, rather being secluded in their own households preparing for the examination. It also opens up their ideas about approaching questions in different possible manners and allows them to manage their time adequately.
The coaching institutes also provide tricks, methods, formulas, tips, strategies and many other ideas to the candidates in order to crack questions in limited time. They also provide a good set of previous year questions, mock drills; pattern questions and many more, so that the candidates can get a clear idea about the format of the examination.
Many of the above can also be done from being at home and by dedicating enough time to prepare themselves. All it needs is an intention towards preparation with commitment from the candidates and a willpower that could oust the fear from them.
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