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SSC CGL Tier 1 exam: Prepare and Prosper in 10 days

One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.” Sincere and self- paced preparation is highly essential for an outstanding performance. But, preparation should a smart and efficient one. Smart preparation gives you immense confidence to crack any sort of examination. SSC CGL is one of the most significant government examinations.

Every year SSC conducts CGL examination to fill the vacancies in non-technical group 'C' and group 'B' non gazetted posts in Ministries/ Departments of the Government of India Year 2015, about 17,86,047 candidates appeared in this exam. This number is sure to increase as there is a lot of competition.

SSC CGL exam is conducted in following phases:

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam: Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type) (Computer Based)

  • General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • General Awareness
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English Comprehension

Time Duration: 120 Minutes

Max. Marks: 200

SSC CGL examination Tier I pattern:

Date of examination

Part

Subject

Max. Marks

Duration (For general candidates)

Duration (For VH candidates)

27. 08. 2016 and

11.09. 2016

A.

General Intelligence and reasoning

25

75 minutes

Some Added Extra Time

B.

General awareness

25

C.

Quantitative Aptitude

25

D.

English Comprehensive

25

SSC CGL examination Tier II pattern:

Paper

Subject

Max. marks

Number of questions

Duration (For general candidates)

Duration (For VH candidates)

I

Quantitative Aptitude

200

100

2 hours

10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

2 Hours. and 40 Min.
10.00 AM to 12.40 PM

II

English language and comprehension

200

200

2 hours

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

2 Hours. and 40 Min. 2.00 PM to 4.40 PM

III

Statistics

200

100

2 hours

10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

2 Hours and 40 Min.
2.00 PM to 4.40 PM

IV

General Studies (Finance and Economics)

200

To be notified later

2 hours

10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

2 Hours. and 40 Min.
10.00 AM to 12.40 PM

SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam: Main Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type) (Computer Based)

  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English Language and Comprehension
  • Mathematics/Statistics/Economics/Commerce

Time Duration: Per section 2 hours

Max. Marks: 600

SSC CGL Tier 3 Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test/ Document Verification

Max. Marks: 100

SSC CGL Tier 1 Preparation Tips:

First of all you need to understand the syllabus.

Next step is to gather all the study materials ready for the exam.

Day 1: Make it a habit to go through daily GK and current affairs from online websites, newspapers, magazines etc. Take GK practice papers daily.

Day 2: Download previous years paper and solve it. Take a look at the questions asked and observe pattern carefully.

Day 3 & 4: Practice topics in Quantitative aptitude section. Following Topics are covered under SSC quant section:

  • Algebra

  • Basic Maths

  • Trigonometry

  • Percentage

  • Ratio Proportion

  • Average

  • Time and Distance

  • Data Interpretation

  • Geometry

  • Miscellaneous

Take questions from each of these topic and practice as much as you can.

Day 5 & 6: Practice topics in General Intelligence and Reasoning section.

Genera Intelligence and Reasoning section can be classified into following major topics:

Series

Analogy

Analysis

Visual Memory

Observation

Similarities and Differences

Problem Solving

Space Visualization

Decision Making

Spatial Orientation

Space

Judgement

Direction sense

Discrimination

Blood Relations

Non – Verbal series

Syllogism

Statement conclusion

Arithmetic Number series

Coding and decoding

Solve questions from each of these topics with special focus on analogy, classification and Arithmetic number series.

Day 7&8: Practice topics in General English section.

Major topics to be covered are:

  • Rearrange the sentences

  • Find the errors

  • Fill in the blanks

  • Cloze test

It is advisable to keep a dictionary and improve your vocabulary by reading good english magazines, newspapers and articles.

Day 9: You can utilize this day for revision of important topics with the help of short notes etc. Go through all the topics. Clear any doubts before the exam.

Day 10: Utilize this day to take practice mock test papers. Take as much mock test as you can.

It is advisable to take proper sleep and food to be mentally and physically prepared for the exam. We wish this article will help you with some of the quick but effective preparation strategies. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!

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10 Appealing Tips to Master in SSC CGLTier I 2016

Success alwayts comes when preparation meets opportunity”. The excitement of SSC CGL is in the air and everyone is busy preparing the ground for it. But, in order to succeed, all you need to have is sincere efforts and self confidence. You must dedicate fixed hours (may be 7 to 8 hours) a day for your preparation. It will be helpful to make a list of topics you want to prepare in a day rather than making a time-table.

Before moving on the tips, let us take a look at the examination pattern of SSC CGL 2016:

Date of exam

Part

Subject

Max. Marks/ Questions

Total duration/ Time for general candidates

Total duration/ Timing for visually handicapped and cerebral palsy candidates

08. 05. 2016 and 22. 05. 2016

A.

B.

C.

D.

General Intelligence and Reasoning

General awareness

Quantitative Aptitude

English Aptitude

50

50

50

50

10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon

OR

2: 00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.

10:00 A.M. to 12:40 P.M.

OR

2:00 P.M. to 4:40 P.M.


 

Important updates about SSC CGL 2016:

  • The age of the candidates appearing for the examination shall now be calculated as on 1st August 2016 instead of calculating as on 01st January.

  • The interview section of the examination has been eliminated from this year. So, there shall be no conduction of interviews.

Now, let us move on to take a brief look at the important dates of SSC CGL 2016:

SSC CGL 2016-17 Official Notification (Tier 1)

13 February 2016

SSC CGL 2016-17 Start Date of Online Application

13 February 2016

SSC CGL 2016-17 Closing date of Online Application

28 march 2016

SSC CGL 2016-17 TIER 1 Exam Date

08 & 22 May 2016 (Postponed) Approx in August


 

In order to refer to the revised scheme of the SSC CGL 2016 examination, you can check here: http://ssc.nic.in/SSC_WEBSITE_LA/notice/notice_pdf/Important_Notice_01_07_2016.pdf

Some of the tips which will help you boost up your preparation for “Mission SSC CGL”:

a. Keep your study hours short but keep those hours immensly productive. Take periodic intervals in between which will help you concentrate in a better way.

b. Eat light and avoid greasy foods. This will help spare yourself from drowsiness and lethargy and you will be able focus on your preparation.

c. Try to practice mock tests as this practice will help you re- exercise all the concepts and enhance your level of confidence.

d. Prepare flash cards/ memo notes of important dates, events, formulaes and notes. It will help you memorize things easily.

e. Try to sleep for at least 7 hours a day. A sound sleep is highly essential for a healthy mind and body.

f. Try to focus on the important topics. Pratice sample questions from those topics.

g. “Learn and revise” is the evergreen mantra of success in examinations like SSC CGL .

h. Spot out your weak areas and work hard on them. Try to dedicate some extra time slot for those areas.

i. Investigate some of the important and recommended books and test papers and practice questions from them.

j. Last but not the least, believe in yourself because “If you believe in yourself, anything is possible”.


 

We hope that this article will help you to show a guiding light towards prosperity in SSC CGL 2016. Stay tuned for more important and interesting updates. Way to go!


 

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Tips and tricks to crack SSC CGL in 30 days

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today”. The SSC CGL examination 2016 is round the corner and we encourage you to work your fingers to the bone. SSC CGL examinations are one of the prestigious examinations and thousands of aspirants dream of cracking it. So, the urgent need of the hour on every aspirants’ part is to make a smart preparation plan rather than rushing through topics in the end.


 

The SSC CGL 2016 examination will be conducted in shifts from 27th August 2016 to 11st Semptember 2016. Sensing the limited time left for preparation, a structured plan is highly necessary to crack the examination.


 

Let us take a look at the vacancies of SSC CGL 2016 in the table given below:

Posts

Number of vacancies

Assistant Audit Officer Group B

1000

Auditor

200

Assistant Section Officer

112

Assistant

20

Inspector of Income Tax

324

Assistant Enforcement Officer

78

Sub Inspectors

91

Inspector

106

Accountant

150

Statistical Investigator Gr- II

196

Accountant/ Junior Accountant

1090

UDC

160

Tax Assistant

659

Sub- Inspector (Narcotics)

14


 


 

Before starting off preparation for the SSC CGL examination, it is highly essential to take a look at the pattern of the examination.

Section

Number of questions

Marks

Reasoning and General Intelligence

50

50

General Awareness

50

50

Numerical Aptitude

50

50

English Comprehension

50

50

Total

200

200


 

Few important points to remember during SSC CGL 2016:

  • The examination will be held in two languages: English and Hindi (except for English Comprehension)

  • The total time of the examination is 2 hours. (120 minutes)

  • The time duration for the candidates who are visually impaired candidates is 160 minutes.

  • The total questions and the total marks i.e. 200

  • Each question carries 1 mark and there is a negative marking of 0.25 mark for every wrong answer.

Let us take a look on the preparation for SSC CGL 2016 on a weekly basis:

Week 1: In the week 1, you can start with the general awareness section:

a. Read current affairs from newspapers and articles. Note down the important headlines and remember them. Try to cover important events from the Indian History (Medieval and Modern). Geography (Physical), Economics, Indian Constitution etc.

b. Analyze some of the papers from previous years. You will get a brief idea of the important topics and you can focus on them.

c. Make a list of all the important and frequently asked topics and practice them.

d. Try to practice mock tests which will help you gain confidence and increase your accuracy.

Week 2: In the second week, utilize a few days (2 to 4 days) to practice questions of “Reasoning Ability”. Try to focus on those topics which were frequently asked in the last few year papers.

a. Try to practice questions from topics like Sitting Arrangement, Puzzle, Vein diagram etc.

b. Practice questions from “reasoning” and “general intelligence” topics. These topics consume more time and you can speed up your performance by sincere practice.

c. Try model test papers and mock tests to analyze your performance and check your improvement.

Week 3: Since its the third week, its time for “Quant”.

a. Try to focus on topics like Data Interpretation, Probability and Trigonometry.

b. Practice quant questions from previous year papers.

c. Try to avoid topics that are not covered in the past year papers.

d. Try to solve questions using tricks and shortcuts. This will save your time and enable you to attempt maximum questions.

Week 4: In the last week, practice questions from the “English Language section”.

a. Try to focus on the practice of reading comprehension questions and sentence formation/ improvement.

b. Concentrate on topics like One word substitution, Analogy, Antonym and Synonym.

c. Make a note of all the difficult words you come across along with their meanings.

This comprehensive plan of preparation in 1 month will help you create wonders in the examination. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!

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SSC Examination Calendar 2016-17

Staff Selection Commission conducts various examinations every year for the recruitment of different categories of posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations. This autonomous body supplements thousands of qualified candidates for filling required vacant posts and sets a secured career base for the young talent in the government sector.

It is a mandatory practice by the SSC to publish an official recruitment advertisement for the candidates; later arranges the written exam and personal interview. After this, it publishes necessary results based on the performance of applicants. Later, a merit list is published deciding about the students/ candidates who all have been selected for the vacant posts/positions.

The official website of SSC is http://ssc.nic.in/ through which you can get all the latest updates and calendar events for the SSC Examinations 2016-2017 however, for your ease we have given the complete SSC Examination Calendar 2016-17 in this article.

The given below details in the table are all about the schedule of SSC exams between January 2016 to January 2017.

SSC Examination Calendar 2016-17

Name of exam

Date of exam

Special Recruitment Drive for MTS Examination 2015

January 10

Recruitment of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Examination-2016

Paper I- March 20, Paper II- June 5

Combined Graduate Level Examination-2016 (Tier-I)

May 8 and May 22

Jr. Hindi Translator in Subordinate Office Examination-2016:

June 19

Stenographer Grade 'C' & 'D' Examination-2016

July 31

Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination-2016

August 13, August 14

Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination 2016

September 25, October 9, October 16

Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Examination-2016

December 11

Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination-2016

January 8, 2017 to January 22, 2017


 

This given below table will guide you about the SSC Departmental Examinations Calendar 2016-2017.

Name of exam

Date of exam

Clerks' Grade (for Multi Tasking Staff only) Exam, 2016

March 27

Grade 'C' Steno. Ltd. Depttl. Comp. Exam 2016

July 3

Upper Div. Clerk Ltd. Depttl. Comp. Exam 2016

November 27

The detailed advertisement for each exam will be notified later. To keep a check on the exam notifications, the candidates can visit our website regularly.

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SSC Stenographer Result 2016

The most awaited SSC stenographer result 2016 for both the grades- Grade C and D, is finally out. The results for both the grades can be checked on the official website of Staff Selection Commission. Exam for the SSC stenographer Grade C and D was held in the early quarter of this year, on 31st January 2016. The SSC stenographer Grade C and D result includes the names of all those candidates who have been shortlisted in the stenographer Grade C and D merit list for the next round of skill test for stenography.

The candidates shortlisted as per the described stenographer Grade C and D cut off criterion will be now called for the next round of skills testing. This will be the final round for both the grades- Grade C and Grade D. There were approx 1064 vacancies for these government posts, which will be filled with selected candidates for various ministries/ Department Of Central Government.

Previously, the SSC stenographer Grade C and D results were to be announced around 08th June 2016. However, it has been announced prior to the expected date, i.e. on 27th May 2016. Below mentioned details will help all those prospective candidates fetch the results for both- Grade C and Grade D for the steno exams 2016.

How to check the results for SSC stenographer result 2016

The results for the Staff Selection Commission stenographer result 2016 are available on SSC’s official website. The results can be checked from there with simple series of step by step process. Visit the online official website of SSC on www.ssc.nic.in and follow the followed links as available on the website to reach the final page. To check the results, the roll number is a vital component and will be necessarily needed in the details section. Fill in the details to reach the final result page. The page can be either downloaded or preserved in soft copy for future reference.

Skill/Steno Test Details 2016

The qualified folk will have to appear for the steno skill test comprising of three parts:-

  • Dictation speed

  • Transcription time for Hindi

  • Transcription time for English

Both the grades will have different criterion for short listing.

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Strategy and Time Table for Study of SSC CGL Tier 1

SSC CGL Tier 1 exam is an objective paper, which is regarded as the Phase-I of SSC CGL Exam. All the candidates who qualify in SSC CGL Tier 1 exam are called for the SSC CGL Tier 2 Examination.

Aspiring candidates must formulate a flawless strategy and time table for study of SSC CGL Tier 1. This will not only help them in focusing on the major topics/subjects, but will also develop confidence to qualify the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam.

Daily section-wise allocation strategy and time table for study of SSC CGL Tier 1

You have to decide how many hours you have to give to each section. This is the only way to recognize your weak spots, speed and accuracy.

Given below is the time table that tells you how much time you must devote for each section daily.

Subject/Section

Daily Duration

General knowledge including awareness and current affairs

2-4 hours

Numerical aptitude

4-5 hours

Intelligence and Reasoning

2-4 hours

English Comprehension

2-3 hours

Total Time

10-16 hours

Section-wise Strategy and time table for study of SSC CGL Tier 1

General knowledge including awareness and current affairs

  • Make your own scrap book. Keep collecting current affairs on daily basis.

  • Refer good GK magazines and books.

  • Download GK based mobile applications to practice well.

  • Practice through online mock tests/sample papers etc.

Numerical aptitude

  • Practice every topic thoroughly. Focus on Mathematical topics from 8th to 10th standard.

  • Practice through CBSE books and online material.

  • Derive your own Mathematical tricks and shortcuts.

  • Make a formulae book so that you do not have to waste time while solving papers.

Intelligence and Reasoning

  • Get to the basic concept/meaning/technique behind every topic.

  • Learn techniques or strategy to solve questions faster.

  • Practice from online material/papers a lot.

English Comprehension

  • Practice lengthy comprehensions online.

  • Work on your vocabulary through story books/novels/e-books.

  • Learn grammar and solve papers.

We have introduced you to an accomplishable strategy and time table for study of SSC CGL Tier 1. You can customize it as per your will and preparation strategy to achieve your career goal.

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Exam Time Management Tips for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam

CGL or combined Graduate Level exam tests lakhs of applicants every year. SSC CGL Exam is a written examination that has two main tiers:

  • 1st tier is an objective type multiple choice examination.

  • 2nd Tier examination is also a multiple choice based question paper.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam pattern is divided into four major sections of 50 questions each.

The total time allotted to attempt SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam is 75 minutes. There is also the negative marking, which means that the main aim of aspirants should be towards attempting maximum questions correctly. It is advisable to set a flawless time management scheme to crack SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam.

Time Analysis for the SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam

75 minutes for 100 questions = 0.75 minutes per question

(This has to include reading, solving and marking the answer)

We have jotted down crucial exam time management tips for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam in the form of a table given below. These will help you in scoring well in SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam.

General knowledge including awareness and current affairs

  • You can save a lot of time in this section. Go through the questions and keep marking answers that you are sure about.

  • Do not play the guessing game.

Numerical aptitude

  • Attempt this section at last. Scan all questions once.

  • First start with the easiest ones and then go with the flow.

  • Try to write formulas/tricks/techniques on your rough sheet for your reference. This will save your time later.

  • Do not get stuck on one question. Leave it and move to the next.

Intelligence and Reasoning

  • Devise tricks/shortcuts/methods/technique to solve questions faster.

  • Attempt those questions that you are absolutely sure about.

  • Do not ponder and waste your time. Move to the next one immediately.

English Comprehension

  • Go through first and second paragraphs of passages. Immediately move to the questions. Start relating important/highlighted sentences in the paragraphs to answer.

  • Start from the lengthy comprehensions.

We are sure that these Exam Time management tips for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam will take you towards your aim.

Good luck for your exam !!!

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SSC Constable GD Application Form 2016

It is great news for all those candidates who are waiting for the SSC Constable GD 2016 Exam notification. SSC (Staff Selection Commission) has recently announced that it will soon conduct an open examination for the recruitment to the posts of Constable (GD) in mentioned 8 (Eight) departments and forces:

  • BSF (Border Security Forces)

  • CRPF (Central Reserve Police Forces)

  • CISF (Central Industrial Security Forces)

  • ITBP (Indo Tibet Border Police)

  • SSB (Shashtra Seema Bal)

  • NIA (National Investigation Agency)

  • SSF and Rifleman in Assam Rifles

All the posts through the shall be filled through SSC Constable GD Application Form 2016 as per the Recruitment Scheme formulated by the Ministry of Home Affairs and as per the Memorandum of Understanding signed between Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the Staff Selection Commission.

A very rigid recruitment or selection pattern shall be followed that will consist of:

  • Physical Standards Test,

  • Physical Efficiency Test,

  • Written Examination and

  • Medical Examination.

If you have passed matriculation or Xth/10th class from a recognized board/university, then you shall be considered eligible to apply for this post through SSC Constable GD Application Form 2016.

Here, we have jotted down the tentative calendar of SSC Constable GD 2016 on the basis of the last year’s Exam dates. This will help you to set your time table and required routine before time so that you qualify SSC Constable GD 2016 exam with flying colors.

SSC Important  Event

Important Dates

 SSC constable GD recruitment 2016 notification Date

 Expected months: June- July 2016

 Starting Date of SSC constable GD recruitment 2016 application form

Expected months:  July- August 2016

 The last date for SSC GD application forms 2016

Expected Months: Aug- Sep 2016

 SSC GD 2016 Exam Date

Expected Months:  October- November 2016

 Download Date of Exam Admit card

Expected dates:  20 Days before exam by Region wise

*Exact Exam dates and months will be soon released by SSC on its official website*

**You can subscribe to our website to get auto notifications about the SSC constable GD recruitment 2016 latest news and updates**

SSC Constable GD Application Form 2016

The Application Form of SSC GD 2016 will be available on the official website of SSC in the month of July (Tentative Month) 2016. SSC has given two choices to the candidates which are; offline and online that mean they can choose any one mode to fill the Application Form of SSC GD 2016 out of these. The tentative date for submission of SSC GD Application Form 2016 is August/September however; actual dates and month shall be released by the SSC soon.

It is must that only eligible candidates must apply for the said posts as candidature can be cancelled at any stage of the recruitment by the SSC. If you opt for filling an application Form of SSC GD 2016 through online mode, then you must pay the requisite fee only through State Bank of India either in the form of challan or online payment through SBI Challan/Net Banking/Credit and Debit cards.

An utmost care should be taken while filling an application Form of SSC GD 2016 that each and every detail should be correct and consistent. Your registration E-mail ID, personal and educational details must be precise as documents/certificates/proofs shall be asked at later stages of verification in case you qualify all the stages of the SSC GD 2016 Examination.

It is recommended that you must keep updated with every latest news and notifications based on the SSC GD 2016 Examination by going through the official website of SSC at: http://www.ssc.nic.in/ or by subscribing to our website an articles.

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SSC CHSL 2016

Aspiring candidates every year eagerly wait for the SSC examinations to achieve their aim of achieving job in the government sector and related offices. One can achieve this challenging dream easily after passing 12th standard with the help of SSC CHSL 2016 examination, one of the pre-eminent ways to set an exemplary career in the government sector. If you are among one of such candidates, then you must be completely aware of the SSC CHSL 2016 Examination so that you come out with flying colors.

SSC (Staff Selection Board) is a highly renowned government body in India which is known for filling thousands of vacant seats in government bodies, offices and ministries. Every year SSC conducts different examinations to fill thousands profiles for the available positions. The jobs which are generated under SSC are purely on the basis of educational backgrounds so you must keep a check on them.

You must be very well aware of the SSC CHSL 2016 examination which includes its eligibility, syllabus, topics covered, marking scheme and SSC CHSL selection procedure so that your preparation is done remarkably well that ultimately will make you qualify in the SSC CHSL 2016 Examination.

Things that you must keep in check along with your preparation are:

  • You need to set a steady time table that you are going to follow from beginning till the end.

  • Focus on all the weak and strong sections so that you are focusing on the pattern of answering maximum questions correctly within an allotted time period.

  • To get selected in SSC CHSL Examination 2016, you need positive mind and attitude with bundles of confidence.

  • Time period is the key point of SSC CHSL 2016, so it very important to focus on practicing within defined time slots so that you know that you are on the right track of qualify SSC CHSL 2016 effortlessly.

If you are preparing for this year’s SSC CHSL 2016, then you do not have to worry at all as this article is to assist you finely about the complete SSC CHSL 2016 Examination.

Important Pointers about the SSC CHSLE 2016

Let us start with a little introduction about the about SSC CHSL 2016 so that you know about this SSC exam 2016 very well.

Every year, SSC (Staff Selection Board) conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) also known by the name, CHSL Examination offers two main posts to candidates, as mentioned below:

  • Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

  • Data Entry Operator (DEO)

The main important point that must be kept in mind before applying for any one of the posts under SSC CHSL 2016 Examination is; it is mandatory for an aspiring candidate to have passed 12th Standard or equivalent from a recognized board or university.

SSC CHSL Exam 2016 need a little consideration from your end which mean that right from its selection pattern, marking scheme, topics and syllabus asked in the exam to the questions pattern, you must be very clear about everything in a way that qualifying and getting placed in the government sector becomes very easy for you.

The table given below is very crucial as it shows major points/pointers/information about the SSC CHSL 2016:

Name of the Exam

SSC CHSL 2016

Exam Level

All India Basis

Exam Mode

Offline

Total Number of Vacancy

6,590

Posts Offered

Data Entry Operator (DEO),

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

Tentative Important Dates about the SSC CHSL 2016

S.No

SSC Event

Important Event Date

1

Release of the Application form

2nd July, 2016

2

Last date of Offline Application Form

31st  July, 2016

3

Last date of Online Application Form

1st August, 2016

4

Issue of E- Admit Card on the website

1st week of September, 2016

5

Date of the SSC CHSL 2016 Examination

25th Sept, 2016

9th  Oct, 2016, and

16th Oct, 2016

6

Declaration of Exam Result

In the month of January, 2017

7

Skill Test/Typing Test

In the month of March, 2017

8

Declaration of Final Result

In the month of May, 2017

Note: The above mentioned dates about SSC CHSLE 2016 are tentative, so we suggest you to keep yourself updated through the official website of SSC at: http://www.ssc.nic.in/ or subscribe our website for all the latest information on the SSC CHSL 2016.

SSC CHSL 2016 Exam Selection Procedure

SSC is known for following a very draconian examination pattern to accommodate very potential and qualified candidates in the offered positions. Candidates need to know these patterns from stating to the beginnings so that qualifying SSC CHSL 2016 exam becomes offhand.

SSC CHSL 2016 examination is an offline examination that is also based on a rigid selection pattern which is having two major phases/steps. It is mandatory for all the aspiring candidates to qualify both the phases/steps in order to get successfully placed in the government office/sector/ministry/department as per the availability at the time of placement.

If the first phase/step of SSC CHSL 2016 is qualified with the minimum marks or cut off marks, then candidates are called for the next phase/step of SSC CHSL 2016 and after passing it, they are finally placed in the necessary organizations/departments.

You must carefully prepare for the topics/sections that are asked in the SSC CHSL 2016 and must prepare for the typing or the skill round wonderfully.

The given below table show highlights about the SSC CHSL 2016 examination for your better clarity and understanding.

Entry Officers (DEO) and

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

Total Phases/Steps

2

Phases/Steps

1. SSC CHSL Written Examination

2. SSC CHSL Skill/Typing Test

What is the SSC CHSL Salary 2016 being offered to the candidates?

It is very important for you o know how much you shall be earning if placed successfully for the job. SSC CHSL 2016 is offering very handsome salary structure to the candidates that will keep future safe and secured. The table below mentioned shows SSC CHSL Salary 2016:

Post

Grade Pay

Gross Salary

In Hand Salary

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

1900

Rs. 22,392 – 26,026

Rs. 18,777 – 22,411

Data Entry Operator (DEO

2400

Rs. 29,340 – 35,220

Rs. 25,165 – 31,045

Phase-wise selection Procedure of SSC CHSL 2016

Before we proceed further about the selection process in detail, it is important to know that every candidate is allotted a rank on the basis of the marks obtained in the SSC CHSL Written Examination 2016 and selection for the Skill Test is made on the basis of the merit list released by the SSC.

Phase-I: SSC CHSL Examination 2016

This is the first step under the Selection Procedure of SSC CHSL 2016 that need to be qualified in order to be called for the next phase which is, Skill test.

The table shows complete details about the SSC CHSL 2016 Examination.

Total Questions

200

Total Sections

4

Each section carried how much marks?

50

Major Sections

1. General Intelligence &Reasoning,

2. English Language,

3. Quantitative Aptitude and

4. General Awareness.

Marking Scheme

Negative marking is applicable.

For every right answer candidate is awarded one mark and

For every wrong answer, deduction of 1 mark is done.

In case, you have not answered any question then there is no negative marking for that question.

Total Time Allotted

2 Hours

Exam Pattern

Multiple choice questions

Phase-II: SSC CHSL Skill Test 2016

This is the second phase under SSC CHSL 2016 that needs to be qualified for your final placement. Those who qualify SSC CHSL Written Examination are called for the skill test/typing test for the LDC (Lower Division Clerk) /DEO (Data Entry Operator) posts.

SSC CHSL Skill Test for DEO/ Data Entry Operators

It is mandatory for every candidate (who has applied for the post of Data Entry Operator) to go through the SSC CHSL Skill test after qualifying the written exam.

The major pointers have been jotted down here for your assistance about SSC CHSL Skill Test is:

  • A total of 15 minutes typing time is allowed to the candidate in this examination.

  • Data entry speed of 8000 key depressions on a computer per hour should be maintained by the candidate.

  • The speed would be calculated only based on the correct/right spelled words typed.

SSC CHSL Typing Test for the LDC/ Lower Division Clerk

All those who have applied for the Lower Division Clerk (LDC) posts need to go through SSC CHSL typing test after passing the written test.

  • The candidates can choose either Hindi or English as their language for this typing test.

  • The test would be taken on a computer and need to specify which language they are interested to give the typing test while filling the application form.

  • Candidates who will opt for English would have to achieve typing speed of 35 words per minute in order to qualify.

  • Candidates who will opt for the Hindi language as the option need to achieve typing speed of 30 words per minute to qualify.

Practice is the key to qualify in the typing test so ensure that you are practicing as per the required criterion.

SSC CHSL 2016- Final Selection Procedure

After the Skill/Typing test is qualified, candidates will be recommended by SSC on the basis of the marks obtained in the SSC CHSL Written Exam 2016 to the various departments.

So stay tuned for further updates about SSC CHSL 2016 and GOOD LUCK to crack the most competitive examination .

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SSC CHSL Sample Paper 2016

CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) 2016 Examination is going to be one of the most awaited and participated examinations of the country which is organized by the Staff Selection Commission. SSC CHSL examination hires thousands of qualified candidates to fill various government available positions. With every year, there is a tremendous increase in the number of applicants, leaving a very tough fight among aspiring candidates so if you are also preparing yourself for SSC CHSL Examination 2016, then we advise you to prepare and study smartly for it.

Along with your hard work and time table, practice is the key to qualify SSC CHSL Exam 2016. If you are not testing your knowledge to judge yourself better, then there is no point of just preparing topics covered under the SSC CHSL Syllabus 2016. The best way to test your knowledge and skills is through the SSC CHSL Sample Paper 2016.

You must set aside at least two days in a week to practice SSC CHSL Sample Paper 2016 so that you maintain a perfect preparation pace and you keep working on all the weak topics as well. You can opt for the online or offline mode to prepare such SSC CHSL sample papers and test papers based on the exact pattern of the SSC CHSL 2016.

Practicing regularly with the help of SSC CHSL Sample Paper 2016 ensures that candidates are well versed with the way examination pattern is set; they get acquainted with various important things related to the SSC CHSL Exam 2016 such as topic, questions, sections, marking scheme and level of the SSC CHSL 2016 examination. The SSC CHSL Sample paper 2016 improves time management and grasping power of the candidates making them more quick and responsive.

You can actually strategize your overall attempt towards SSC CHSL 2016 examination with the help of SSC CHSL Sample Paper 2016 as you will come to know about all the sections and scheme on which this examination is based on.

Go to the “Candidate’s corner” option in the link: http://ssc.nic.in/ and then choose Model Question Paper option from the drop down menu. Here you will find SSC CHSL Sample paper 2016.

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