SSC Stenographer 2016 Exam: - Effective methods for the preparation that you should consider

In this article, what to study for the preparation is explained because this year onwards, SSC has made changes to the Examination pattern. So, it is very difficult to predict the syllabus of SSC Stenographer. Jagranjosh has made efforts to fulfill the candidate requirements.

Updated: Jun 3, 2016 12:09 IST
SSC Stenographer 2016 Exam: Effective methods for the preparation
SSC Stenographer 2016 Exam: Effective methods for the preparation

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is all set for the  recruitment to the posts of  Stenographer Grade ‘C’ (Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted) and Stenographer Grade ‘D’(Group ‘C’ Non-Gazetted). The Examination, for which the minimum qualification is intermediate/12th pass or equivalent.

The recruitment process contains written examination and skill test for the candidates who possess speed of 100 wpm and 80 wpm in stenography for Stenographer C and D posts respectively. is a perfect platform for the SSC exam aspirants wherein they can get absolute information about any particular SSC exams. whether it is notification or previous year question papers or Model Practice sets or Online Test or E-books, every aspect of  SSC exam can be found here.

The Expert team of exams at designs and drafts each and every product with utmost care at the time of blending ingredients as per the exam requirement.

Since it’s time for SSC - Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’ Examination 2016, Experts of provide some important tips and strategies related to all the 3 parts of the said exam below. Take a look-

SSC Stenographer Exam: Chapterwise distribution of questions

Apart from that, there is a question arise about the preparation books as these are considered important.

Books to follow for Stenographer Examination:-

In order to prepare the candidates need to take support of the right books. There are many books available in the market claiming to be the best, but it is advisable not to be prey of these false claims. It is advisable to keep a check on the contents of the books before buying and tally it with the relevant syllabus of the competitive exam. The candidates should also analyze the originality of the books while buying as well, by double checking the holograms and publishing agencies well. There are various genuine books which are easier and contains mock tests, drills, previous year questions and many more to help candidates prepare a blueprint of their studies. Few out of them are as follows--

List of Books

  • Reasoning:
  1. Reasoning by R.S. Agarwal (Verbal and Non Verbal)
  2. Previous year question papers
  • General Awareness:
  1. G.K. Book of Lucent
  2. General Knowledge By Rajpoot Brothers and Khanna and Verma
  3. General Awareness by GM Gupta
  4. NCERT books of Science (High School level)
  5. Monthly magazines such as Pratiyogita Darpan
  6. Daily Newspaper
  • English Language:
  1. Objective General English by S.P. Bakshi
  2. Objective General English by R. S. Agarwal
  3. Basic English Grammar book on High School level

We, at hope that the above information will be helpful for the aspirants.

All the Best!!!

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