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Dear students’, becoming an oriented SSC Success Planner without any Coaching, Preparation, Plan, and Strategies is not an easy task.The competition for this exam is very high but with planning and dedication towards the plan, one can beat the competition. SSC is one of the premier exams in India for getting Government jobs and every candidate wants to crack it with best strategies. Preparing for the SSC exam is very crucial and difficult target for every candidate who is going to appear.But hard work with proper strategies and better planning are the secrets of getting success.

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Staff Selection Commission Exams


Candidates who are going to appear in any of the above said examination then stop worrying and get the secret of success in SSC through this page. Let us talk about the SSC Exams and easiest methods to prepare for them in order to get success:


SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL)

SSC CGL Notification 2017–18 Tier-1 Exam Ssc.Nic.In Part 1/2 Registration

Staff Selection commission is looking for the skilled and passionate contenders to fill up the various Group “B” & “C” posts such as Auditor, Sub Inspector, Assistant Section Officer and others. In this concern, SSC CGL Notification has been released by the Staff Selection commission. The whole CGL exam will be conducted in Tiers. Those job seekers who are interested to apply against SSC CGL Recruitment, must fill SSC CGL Registration Form. If you find yourself eligible and want to apply against the same then Read More…

SSC CGL Vacancies Details


Post Code
Posts Name
Ministries / Department /
Offices / Cadre
Group B
A
Assistant Section Officer
Central Secretariat Service
B
Assistant
Intelligence Bureau
D
Central Vigilance Commission
E
Ministry of Railway
F
Ministry of External Affairs
G
AFHQ
H
Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations
I
Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations
J
Inspector of
Income Tax
CBDT
K
Inspector, (Central Excise)
CBEC
L
Inspector (Preventive Officer)
M
Inspector (Examiner)
N
Assistant Enforcement Officer
Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue
O
Sub Inspector
Central Bureau of Investigation
P
Inspector of Posts
Department of Post
S
Inspector
Central Bureau of Narcotics
R
Statistical Investigator Gr.II
M/o Statistics &Prog. Implementation.
Group C
18
Inspector of Income Tax
CBDT
Q
Divisional Accountant
Offices under CAG
T
Auditor
Offices under C&AG
U
Offices under CGDA
V
Offices under CGA& others
W
Accountant/ Junior Accountant
Offices under C&AG
Y
Senior Secretariat Assistant
Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres.
Z
Tax Assistant
CBDT
@
CEBC
$
Compiler
Registrar General of India
#
Sub Inspector
Central Bureau of Narcotics

Go Through: SSC Recruitment
SSC CGL Tier I Exam Pattern

Tier-1 is the first level of CGL Exam which includes objective type questions. The test will be conducted online:

Mode of Examination
Subject Name
Maximum Marks
Time
Computer based
General Intelligence & Reasoning (25 Questions)
50
75 Minutes (Total)

2 hours
For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 100 Minutes
General Awareness(25 Questions)
50
Quantitative Aptitude(25 Questions)
50
English Comprehension(25 Questions)
50

Tier: II Exam Pattern:

The tier-2 examination is of total 600 marks:

Mode of Examination
Subject Name
Number of Questions
Total Marks
Computer based
Quantitative Abilities
100
200
English Language & Comprehension
200
200
Mathematics/ Statistics/ Economics/ Commerce
100
200

Tier: III Exam Pattern:

This examination consists of total 100 marks. Contenders who will be appeared in this test can check the whole pattern through here which is given below:

Mode of Examination
Scheme of Examination
Total Marks
Time
Pen and Paper mode
Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi (writing of Essay/Precis/Letter /Application Writing etc.
Total marks 100
60 minutes
For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 80 Minutes

Tier IV Exam Details:

In SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Examination Tier 4 Data Entry Skill Test (DEST) / Computer Proficiency Test will be conducted as per the requirements.

SSC CGL Selection Procedure 2017

Contenders who are going to appear in Combined Graduate Level Exam, they can check SSC CGL Selection Procedure for Tier 1/2/3 from this page. As per the recent updates, Interview section has been removed from SSC CGL Hiring Process Read more…

Tier I, II, III, IV Topic Wise Detailed Syllabus

Staff Selection Commission CGL Syllabus is divided into 3 Tiers (Tier-I, Tier-II & Tier-III). There are certain changes occur in SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam Pattern and SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam Syllabus Topic Wise. You can follow the link which is available below and get the proper SSC CGL Syllabus now…

Go Through Now: SSC CGL Syllabus 2017-2018

SSC CGL Study Plan Tier I 2017

Days
Subjects
Time: 1 hr
English
Quant
Reasoning
General  Awareness
Day 1
Basics Grammar: Verbs, Noun
Simplification: Quick Calculation Practice +
Average & Percentage,
Number Series
Analogy:  Letter, Number
Ancient History: Harappa
Civilization, Basic idea –
Gupta Dynasty, Cholas,
Pallavas, Rasthrakutas
Day 2
Basics  Grammar:  Preposition, Adjective
Analogy: G.K, Meaning & Figure based
Modern History:
Revolt of 1857,
Later Mughals,
Titles given to
Moderates & Extremist
Day 3
Basics  Grammar:  Tenses, Articles, Conjunctions
Average & Percentage
Classification:
Letter, Number,
Polity: Indian Constitution
(Ideas taken from Constitution
of different Countries
E.g. US, Canada, UK)
Day 4
Revise above topics studied till now
Algebra: Linear Equations (Word Problems)
Classification G.K, Meaning,
Figure based
Polity: Powers of President,Vice President, Rights & Powers
of Supreme Court & High Court (Habeas Corpus), CAG,
Financial Emergencies,
Lists of Union concurrent
Day 5
Basics  Grammar:  Degrees of Comparison, Adverbs
Algebra:
Quadratic Equations, Polynomials,
Identities
Series: Number, Mixed series
Geography: Solar System,
Volcanoes, Deserts, Trees,
Soils (Fertility, Names,
Crops, Area)
Day 6
Revise above topics studied till now
Series: Alphabet &Word series
Economics: Organisations,
Currency, National Income,
GDP (Base Year), NNP, NDP,
Basic responsibilities of SEBI
& RBI, Recent Government
Schemes & Policies, GST, etc.
Day 7
Basics of Phrase Idiom Meaning, One Word Substitution, Spelling
Coding Decoding
Basic Current Affairs
(3-4 months – Sports,
Award, Science & Technology, Appointments, National & International events, Recent competitions) & Revision of
previous 6 days
Day 8
Reading Comprehension:
Easy topics on Business, Travel, History, Moral Story
Ratio & Proportion
Direction & Distance
Physics: SI Units, Scalar &
Vector Quantities, Inventions
Day 9
Interest: SI, CI,
SI & CI Combined, Installments
Forces: Basics – Gravitational,
Centripetal, Friction, etc.
(Refer to previous years
papers), Viscosity, Cohesion,
Surface Area (Basics)
Day 10
Profit & Loss:
1. Successive Selling
2. Discount & MP
3. Dishonest Dealings
4. Partnership
5. Mixture Problems
6. Sales Tax
Blood Relations: Basics
Chemistry: Atomic
Structure, Models,
Noble Gases, Solutions & types (Homogeneous, Heterogeneous), Metalloids, Ph Indicators,
*Vanderwaals, etc.
Day 11
Blood Relations:
Family Tree
Chemistry: Metals, Non-Metals
& Ores, Alloys & their uses,
Metallurgy, Galvanization
Day 12
Vocabulary: Homonyms
Order & Ranking
Chemistry: Carbon & its Compounds, Iron, types & its Commercial forms, Vulcanization, Salts,
Nuclear Fusion & Fission.
Day 13
Synonyms &Antonyms
Mensuration:
1. Area, Perimeter
2. Surface Area, Volume
3. 2D & 3D
Combined
Logical &Dictionary Order
Biology: Human body, DNA, RNA, Glands (Largest, smallest), Veins, Artery (Pulmonary),
Ear Bones, Thorax
(basics), Facts
related to Human Anatomy
Day 14
Vocabulary: Use of Verb with Prepositions
Word Formation
Basic Current Affairs
(last 3-4 months – Sports, Award, Science & Technology, Appointments, National & International events, Recent
Competitions)
Day 15
Vocabulary: Completing Phrase & Idioms
Jumble Word
Diseases: Caused by Bacteria, Virus,
etc. (Cholera, Malaria
& their vaccines-founders) & Nutrients, Deficiencies, Vitamins (E.g. Night Blindness,
Berri-Berri, Rickets,
Kwashiorkor)
Day 16
Miscellaneous: Grammar
Geometry: Triangles congruency, Similarity theorems, Circle chords & tangent theorems, Co-ordinate geometry
Matrix
Plants, Reproduction, Pollination,  Tissue, Roots,
Cells (Subsidiary, Guard Cells, Companion Cells, Stomata)
& their functions
Day 17
Practice Error Spotting
Venn Diagram Problem
Physics: Electric Components
(Resistance, Ammeter,
Voltmeter, etc.) + Optics
(Lens, Eye diseases, Reflection
& Refraction) + Latent
Heat, Freezing &
boiling points +
Uses of Radar & Sonar, Satellites
Day 18
Cloze Test
Logical Venn Diagram
Medieval History:
Battle of Tarain, Delhi Sultan,
Lodhi Dynasty, etc.
Day 19
Trigonometry: Trigonometric Ratios and Identities, Height and Distance
Syllogism
Fundamental Rights, Duties, Panchayat Raj System
(Committee), Preambles,
Constitution Amendments
Day 20
Practice Reading Comprehension
Puzzles: Logical, Quant Based
Important Rivers, Cities on River Banks, Indian State, Capitals, Folk Dances, Wildlife Centuries, National Parks, Oceans, Important Line
Boundaries, National Highway
Day 21
Data Interpretation:
1. Bar Graph
2. Line Graph
3. Pie Chart
4. Table
Seating Arrangement
Basic Current Affairs
(last 3-4 months) focusing on
Sports, Award, Science &
Technology, Appointments,
National &International
events, Recent competitions
Day 22
Revise Common Phrase Idiom meanings and One word Substitution.
Non-Verbal: Mirror & Hidden Image
Atmosphere Layers, Earth’s
composition, Longitudes & Latitudes, Tectonic
Theories, IST
Day 23
Speed time Distance
1. Average Speed
2. Relative Speed
3. Partial Speed
4. Problems on Trains
5. Boat & River
Non-Verbal: Pattern Completion, Paper Cutting & Folding
Sound, Thermodynamics,
Escape Velocity,
Kepler’s Law, Work,
Energy, Power
Day 24
Revise all the grammar Rules & Practice Questions on each topics
Non-Verbal: Dice & Cubes, Counting Figure, Missing Figure
Plant Kingdom
Day 25
Time & Work
1. Work & Efficiency, Wages
2. Pipes & Cisterns
Practice Questions from each topics
The Animal Kingdom
Day 26
Economics:
Economic Survey,
Monetary Policy, Balance of Payment Taxes, Previous
years Paper Questions
Day 27
Number System(LCM & HCF, Divisibility, Remainder) &
Algebra Identities
Sound, Thermodynamics,
Escape Velocity, Kepler’s
Law, Work, Energy, Power
Day 28
Practice Cloze Test
Mixtures &Alligations
Basic Current Affair
(last 3-4 months)
focusing on Sports,
Award, Science & Technology, Appointments, National & International Events, Recent competitions
Day 29
Revise all the topics & Attempt Full Mock Test
Day 30

How To Crack SSC CGL Tier 1 2017 | Short & Effective Preparation Tips for Tier II/III

Many candidates are going to appear in the SSC CGL exam but only few of them get qualified in every stage. Usually, we have seen that candidates are in various states of minds about how to make strategy to prepare for each segment in SSC CGL Exam.Every candidate wants to know the tricks and secret through which they can Crack SSC CGL Tier 1 2017 easily.It has been a Deadlock that you cannot crack an entrance exam without going to “Coaching Centres”.Here we are providing you the Short & Effective Preparation Tips to crack Tier I/II/III

Some Reference Books

Want to prepare for Tier 1,2,3 Exam? Then, stop worrying and check the Best Books For SSC CGL and prepare accordingly. These books are very effective and hold all the syllabus for SSC CGL Exams: You can also check the name of the books from the below section of this page:

Get Here: SSC CGL Books

Name of Books
Author Name
Objective General English 2012 Edition
SP Bakshi
Common Errors in English
KiranPrakashan
SSC English Language
KiranPrakashan
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations
R. S. Aggarwal
SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam:
Quantitative Abilities Arithmetical Ability Including Previous Years’ Solved Papers and Model Practice
KiranPrakashan
SSC Combined Graduate Level Mains Exam
Arihant
SSC All Graduate Level Exams Solved Papers
KiranPrakashan

SSC CGL Interview Tips

On this page, you will get the best SSC CGL Interview Tips and the frequently asked questions and answers at the time of interview. Candidates who have cleared/pass out the written examinations have to face the final step/phase that is Interview. These tips will help you to make your interview more impressive and impress the interviewers Continue Reading…

SSC CGL Previous Year Paper

Contenders preparing for CGL examination for the tier-(1/2) can download the SSC CGL Previous Year Paper through this page and prepare accordingly. Staff Selection Commission conducts combined graduate level exams every year for the graduate candidates. They can get the CGL Question paper of the year of 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 by using the below stated link and examine their preparation easily. 



Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 10+2 Examination

SSC CHSL Notification

Students who have successfully completed their intermediate and are looking for Govt Jobs must apply againstvacant posts in Group C such as DEO (Data Entry Operator), LDC (Lower Division Clerk), Sorting Assistant and othersunder SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam Notification by filling SSC CHSL Application form before the set time limit that is 18.12.2017. Staff Selection Commission CHSL Notification is going to declare on 18.11.2017 giving full fledges details on SSC CHSL (10+2) Exams. But right now we have mentioned some summarized information about the SSC CHSL Exam. Glance Here…

SSC CHSL Vacancy
  • Data Entry Operator 
  • Lower Division Clerk 
  • Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant   
  • Court Clerk
  • Others
SSC CHSL Selection Process

Candidates who had applied for Staff Selection Commission CHSL Exam will have to go through some rounds given below:
Check This Also: SSC Selection Procedure

SSC CHSL Exam Pattern

For Tier 1:

Exam Type
Subject
No. Of Questions
Marks
Duration
Objective Type
General Intelligence
50
50
75 minutes
English Language
50
50
Quantitative Aptitude
50
50
General Awareness
50
50
Total
200
200

SSC CHSL Tier II Pattern:
  • Tier-II Paper of CHSL 2017 will be a descriptive Paper of 100 Marks in ‘Pen and Paper Mode.
  • Time duration: one hour (20 minutes extra will be given for applicants with VH/OH afflicted by Cerebral Palsy, OH with deformity in writing hand).
  • This paper has been conducting to check your writing skills.
  • The Paper will comprise writing of an Essay of 200 -250 words and Letter/Application writing of approximately 150-200 words.
  • Minimum qualifying marks in Tier-II: 33 per cent
  • The performance in Tier II will be included for preparing merit
  • Write the paper either in Hindi or in English
Exam Type
Subjects
Marks
Descriptive Type
Easy Writing & Letter Writing
100

SSC CHSL Tier III Syllabus:
  • Tier-III Exam will continue to be the Skill Test/Typing Test and it qualifying in nature.
  • The final SSC CHSL Merit List of the successful applicants will be determined on the basis of total mark obtained by them in Tier-I and Tier-II.
Skill Test for Data Entry Operator:
  • Data Entry Speed of 8,000 (eight thousand) Key Depressions per hour on Computer
  • The ‘Speed of 8000 key depressions per hour on Computer’ will be considered on the basis of correct entry of words/key depressions as per the given passage.
  • Duration: 15 (Fifteen) minutes and printed matter in English containing about 2000-2200 strokes/key-depressions will be given to you to enter in the Computer.
  • The “Data Entry Speed” Skill Test would be of qualifying nature. 
  • Typing Test for Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant LDCs and Court Clerks:
  • This test will be conducted for Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant LDCs and Court Clerks.
  • Those candidates who will qualify the Computer based Written Examination (Tier-I) and Descriptive Paper (Tier-II) may appear for Typing Test.
Time for test
 10 minutes (30 min. for VH candidates)
Typing Speed for English medium
in application form
 35 words per minute
Typing Speed for Hindi medium
 30 words per minute


SSC CHSL Syllabus 2017

Staff Selection Commission is going to conduct Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination in order to fill Data Entry Operator, Lower Division Clerk and Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant & other Posts. If you are planning to prepare for the SSC CHSL (10+2) Level Exam for Tier I/II/III then you can collect SSC CHSL syllabus exam patternand topics covered in SSC CHSL Exam Read more…

SSC CHSL Preparation Plan

SSC Success Planner

SSC Success Planner

SSC Success Planner

SSC Success Planner

 SSC CHSL Preparation Tips and Strategies (Last Minute Expert Tips to Crack Paper I/II)

Contenders who are preparing for the SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam can get some SSC CHSL Preparation Tips and Strategies which might help you to solve the dilemma of preparation.You need to follow proper SSC CHSL Study Plan and prepare thoroughly. Candidates who want to qualify Staff Selection Commission CHSL Exam 2017 in first attempt Read more…

SSC CHSL Preparation Books
  • SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination: Recruitment of Data Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerk (10 + 2) (English) by Unique
  • SSC  Elementary and Advanced Mathematics: Graduate Level Tier-I, II, 10+2LDC  and Data Entry Operator, FCI, Matric Level and Other Competitive Exams  by KiranPrakashan
  • SSC 10+2 Higher Secondary Data Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerk Exam Practice Work Book by KiranPrakashan
  • SSC Combined Higher Secondary (10 + 2) Level : Data Entry Operator  &Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Examination (English) 7th Edition by  Arihant Publications
  • SSC Mock Test Data Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerk:(10 + 2)Combined Higher Secondary (English) 1st Edition by Pearson

SSC CHSL Sample Paper

Here we are providing you the SSC CHSL Sample Paper for better preparation of SSC CHSL 10+2 written exams which helps in increasing the knowledge and also examine your knowledge. Applicants, who are going to appear in SSC CHSL (10+2) Level examination to become LDC or DEO, can prepare with the Model Question Paper to score good marks Read More…


Multitasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination

SSC Multitasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination Details

Every year, the Staff Selection Commission conducts Multitasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examinationfor the selection of well deserving and eligible aspirants to fill up the Multi Tasking Staff in Pay Band-1 of Rs. 5200- 20200/- + Grade Pay 1800/- (Revised Pay Scale after 7th CPC Pay Matrix Level – 01) a General Central Service Group ‘C’ Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial post in various Central Government Ministries / Departments / Offices, in different States / Union Territories. Candidates can check the eligibility criteria and whole details that are well available here by going through this direct link: SSC Multitasking Eligibility Criteria

SSC Multitasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination Pattern

The written examination will consist of (Paper-I) objective type paper and (PaperII) descriptive type as presented below:

Paper-I:

Subject
Maximum Mark
Total Duration / Timing for General candidates
Total Duration/ Timing for Visually Handicapped/ Cerebral Palsy candidates
General Intelligence & Reasoning ( 25questions)
25
2 Hours 10.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon (No entry after 9.30 A.M.)
or
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (No entry after 1.30 P.M.)
2 Hours 40 Mins. 10.00 A.M. to 12.40 PM (No entry after 9.30 A.M.)
or
2:00 PM to 4:40 PM (No entry after 1.30 P.M.)
Numerical Aptitude ( 25 questions)
25
General English ( 50 questions)
50
General Awareness (50 questions)
50

Paper-II:

Subject
Maximum Marks
Total Duration / Timing for General candidates
Total Duration/ Timing for Visually Handicapped/ Cerebral Palsy candidates
Short Essay/Letter in English or any language included in the 8th schedule of the Constitution.
50
30 minutes
45 minutes


SSC Multitasking Syllabus 2017 Latest SSC MTS Exam Pattern In Detail

A great way to start you preparation is to begin by properly appreciating the role that syllabi play in your studies.Contenders who want To Qualify SSC Multitasking Exam can easily get the Latest SSC Multitasking Syllabus now before starting their preparation. This exam requires basis knowledge and focus. Candidates shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the examination conducted for testing basic language skills and descriptive type qualifying paper. Get complete details in concern to the SSC Syllabus by using the below stated link…

Get Complete Info: SSC Multitasking Syllabus

SSC Multitasking Previous Years

Now download SSC Multitasking Previous Year Papers at free of cost and start your preparation for SSC Multitasking Exam accordingly. SSC Multitasking Previous Year Papers of General English, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness and General Intelligence & Reasoning are well stated here. Get more info of SSC Multitasking Previous Years by using the underneath specified link…


SSC MTS Study Schedule 2017

Time
/Day
45 Minutes
45 Minutes
45 Minutes
1 Hour
1
Basics Grammar: verbs, Noun
Analogy:  Letter, Number, G.K, Meaning
Simplification: Quick Calculation Practice +
Average & Percentage
Famous or
Recent Books
& Authors
2
Basics  Grammar:  Preposition, Adjective
Classification: Letter, Number, G.K, Meaning
Ancient India
3
Basics  Grammar:  Tenses
Series: Number, mixed series
Ancient India
4
Basics  Grammar:  Articles, Conjunctions
Series: Alphabet series
Ratio & Proportion
Medieval India
5
Basics  Grammar:  Degree of comparison, Adverbs
Coding Decoding by letter Shifting
Mixtures &Alligations
Medieval India
6
Basics of One Word Substitution, Spelling
Coding Decoding by Analogy
Number System
(LCM & HCF, Divisibility, Remainder)
Religious Movements & Social Reforms
7
Basics of Phrase Idiom Meaning
Coding Decoding in Fictitious Language
Algebra:  Identities
Modern India:
Early Europeans & 1857 Revolt
8
Reading Comprehension:
Easy topics on Business, Travel, History, Moral Story
Direction & Distance
Linear Equations in 1, 2 or 3 variables (Word Problems + Problems on Ages)
Practice Your Weak Spots
9
Synonyms & Antonyms
Algebra: Quadratic Equations, Polynomials, Functions
Acts passed by British Parliament
10
Advance Grammar: Tenses (Perfect Continuous)
Blood Relations
Profit & Loss:
1. Successive Selling
2. Discount & MP
3. Dishonest Dealings
4. Partnership
5. Mixture Problems
6. Sales Tax
1858 Onwards
11
Advance Grammar: Adjectives (Unusual Degree of Comparison & Possessive)
1858 Onwards
12
Advance Grammar: Question Tag, Direct Indirect Speech
Order & Ranking
Indian Polity: Parts & Schedules of Constitution
13
Advance Grammar: Sentence Construction, Parallelism
Indian Polity: President, Vice President, LokSabha Speaker
14
Advance Grammar: Pronoun, Correlative conjunctions
Logical Order
Indian Polity: Vice President, Prime Minister, Council of Minister, CAG, Attorney General
15
Advance Grammar: Modals
Dictionary Order
Interest: SI, CI, SI & CI Combined, Installments
Indian Polity: Parliament, Parliament Committee
16
Practice Your Weak Spots
17
Advance Grammar: Infinitives & Participles
Word Formation
Speed time Distance
1. Average Speed
2. Relative Speed
3. Partial Speed
4. Problems on Trains
5. Boat & River
Indian Polity: Constitutional Bodies, Non-Constitutional Bodies
18
Vocabulary: Homonyms
Jumble Word
Indian Geography:
Physiography of India, Minerals in India
19
Vocabulary: Use of Verb with Prepositions
Matrix
Indian Geography:
National park, Dams, Biosphere Reserve, Ramsar Wetlands
20
Vocabulary: Completing Phrase & Idioms
Logical Venn Diagram
Time & Work
1. Work & Efficiency, Wages
2. Pipes & Cisterns
Indian Geography
21
Advanced: One Word Substitution
Venn Diagram Problems
International Organizations
22
Reading Comprehension:
Tough topics on Finance, Politics etc.
Syllogism
Mensuration:
1. Area, Perimeter
2. Surface Area, Volume
3. 2D & 3D Combined
Indian Economy
23
Miscellaneous: Grammar
Missing Number in diagram & Matrix
Indian Economy
24
Practice Error Spotting
Puzzles: Logical, Quant Based
Data Interpretation:
1. Bar Graph
2. Line Graph
3. Pie Chart
4. Table
Current Affairs: Sports, Science & Tech.
25
Seating Arrangement
National Affairs, Govern. Schemes & Policies
26
Revise Common Phrase Idiom meanings and One word Substitution.
Practice Your Weak Areas
Practice Your Weak Areas
Practice Your Weak Areas
27
Practice Reading Comprehension
Non-Verbal: Mirror & Hidden Image
Geometry & Trigonometry, Number Series
International Affairs
28
Non-Verbal: Pattern Completion, Paper Cutting & Folding
General Science
29
Revise All Grammar Rules
Non-Verbal: Dice & Cubes, Counting Figure, Missing Figure
General Science
30
Verbal Reasoning: Statement & Inferences, Assumption, Conclusion, Argument
Practice Your Weak Areas
31
Practice Your Weak Areas
32

SSC Multitasking Previous Years Question Sample Model Papers 

A written exam will be conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) for the recruitment of Non-Technical Group ‘C’ Multitasking Staff. Candidates who are preparing for the exam can check the Previous Years Question and sample model papers with answers for your suitability to enhance your performance. Through these question papers the candidates can know the exact pattern of paper and format of questions.  To boost your preparation and upgrade your knowledge, we are mentioning some Read more…

You can also prepare for the SSC MTS Exams by following some of the guidelines which provides you the tricks and strategies to crack: SSC MTS Preparation Tips

SSC MTS Preparation Books
  • SSC Multi-Tasking: by expert compilations - Arihant publication
  • Practice & Solved Papers for SSC Multi Tasking (Non - Technical) Staff Exam by Kalinjar Publications
  • Practice Work Book for SSC Multi Tasking (Non - Technical) Staff Exam by Kiran Prakashan
  • Guide for SSC Multi Tasking (Non - Technical) Staff Exam by Upkar Prakashan
  • Disha Publications SSC Multi-Tasking MTS Staff Exam Books - Disha Publications
  • SSC Multi-Tasking Staff Non-Technical Hindi - R Gupta
  • A modern approach to verbal and non verbal reasoning - R.S Aggarwal
  • Objective general English - R.S Aggarwal, Vikas Aggarwal

SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Examination

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the notification for the recruitment of well talented and capable aspirants in order to fill the vacancies under Stenographer Grade C and D in various Ministries/Departments of Central Government.Contenders who are interested to apply for SSC Stenographer and want to uplift their career, they can avail the chance by Read more…

Contenders who are going to apply against the same should ensure all the eligibility criteria first.You can get whole details about the eligibility criteria by hitting on the below revealed link…


Scheme of Examination
Computer based examination:
  • The details of computer based examination are mentioned below:
  • Questions will be asked from the subjects namely General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness and English Language & comprehension or Hindi.
  • Total Marks: 100.
  • The question except Part-III will be set in Hindi and English.
  • 1 question: 1 mark.
  • Time Duration: 02 hours.
  • For each wrong response 0.25 mark will be deducted.
Date of Exam
Subject
No. of
Questions
Maximum
Marks
Total Duration
4.9.2017
to
7.9.2017
General Intelligence &
Reasoning
50
50
2 Hours
(2 hours and 40 minutes for VH/OH (afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and locomotor disability wherein the dominant writing extremity is affected to the extent of slowing down the performance of the candidates)
General Awareness
50
50
English Language and Comprehension
100
100

Get Here: SSC Answer Keys

Exam Pattern of SSC Stenographer Skill Test:
  • Qualified contenders of Computer Based Exam will only be eligible to appear for Skill Test.
  • You shall type one dictation in 10 minutes in English/ Hindi with the speed of 100 w.p.m for the post of Stenographer ‘C’ and 80 w.p.m for the post of Stenographer ‘D’.
Post Name
Speed
Transcription Time
Stenographer C
100 w.p.m
40 minutes for English
55 minutes for Hindi
Stenographer D
80 w.p.m
50 minutes for English
65 minutes for Hindi

SSC Stenographer Syllabus 2017 (Grade C & D Written Exam Pattern PDF)

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts written exam for the recruitment of Stenographers in different departments. Thus, aspirants you are going to participate in upcoming Grade C & D SSC Stenographer Exam can collect latest SSC Stenographer Syllabus from this page. Applicants can also get SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern from the below specified official link…


SSC Stenographers Preparation Plan

Sub
English
Reasoning
General Awareness
Days/
Time
1 Hour
1 Hour
1 Hour
1
Basics of Grammar:
Verbs, Noun
Analogy: letter and word
Ancient History: Harappa
Civilisation, Basic idea –
Gupta Dynasty, Cholas,
Pallavas, Rasthrakutas
2
Basics of Grammar:
Verbs, Noun
Analogy: number and diagram
Modern History:
Revolt of 1857,
Later Mughals,
Titles given to
Moderates & Extremist
3
Basics of Grammar:
Tenses, Articles,
Conjunctions
Classification: pattern and word based
Polity: Indian Constitution
(Ideas taken from
Constitution of different
Countries E.g. US,
Canada, UK)
4
Basics of Grammar:
Active Passive Voice
Classification: number and figure based
Polity: Powers of President,
Vice President, Rights & Powers
of Supreme Court & High Court
(Habeas Corpus), CAG,
Financial Emergencies,
Lists of Union concurrent
5
Basics of Grammar:
Degrees of Comparison,
Adverbs & Subject Verb Agreement
Number series
Geography: Solar System,
Volcanoes, Deserts, Trees,
Soils (Fertility, Names,
Crops, Area)
6
Basics of Direct &
Indirect Speech
Alphabet and word series
Economics: Organisations,
Currency, National Income,
GDP (Base Year), NNP, NDP,
Basic responsibilities of SEBI
& RBI, Recent Government
Schemes & Policies, GST, etc.
7
Basics of Phrase
Idiom Meaning,
One Word
Substitution,
Spelling
Mixed series
Basic Current Affairs
(3-4 months – Sports,
Award, Science & Technology, Appointments, National
& International events,
Recent competitions) &
Revision of previous
6 days
8
Reading
Comprehension:
Easy topics on
Business, Travel,
History, Moral Story
Coding decoding
Physics: SI Units,
Scalar & Vector
Quantities, Inventions
9
Coding decoding
Forces: Basics of
Gravitational, Centripetal,
Friction, etc. (Refer to
previous years papers),
Viscosity, Cohesion,
Surface Area
10
Direction and distance
Chemistry: Atomic
Structure, Models,
Noble Gases, Solutions
& types (Homogeneous,
Heterogeneous), Metalloids,
PH Indicators,
*Vanderwaals, etc.
11
Direction and distance
Chemistry: Metals,
Non-Metals & Ores, Alloys
& their uses, Metallurgy,
Galvanization
12
Vocabulary:
Homonyms
Blood relations : basic
Chemistry: Carbon & its
Compounds, Iron, types
& its Commercial forms,
Vulcanization, Salts,
Nuclear Fusion & Fission.
13
Synonyms &
Antonyms
Blood relations:
family
Biology: Human body,
DNA, RNA, Glands
(Largest, smallest), Veins,
Artery (Pulmonary),
Ear Bones, Thorax
(basics), Facts related
to Human Anatomy
14
Vocabulary: Use of
Verb with Prepositions
Coded blood relations
Basic Current Affairs
(last 3-4 months – Sports,
Award, Science &
Technology, Appointments,
National & International
events, Recent
Competitions)
15
Vocabulary: Completing
Phrase & Idioms
Order & ranking
Diseases: Caused by Bacteria,
Virus, etc. (Cholera,
Malaria & their
vaccines-founders)
& Nutrients,
Deficiencies, Vitamins
(E.g. Night Blindness,
Berri-Berri, Rickets,
Kwashiorkor)
16
Miscellaneous: Grammar
Logical and dictionary order
Plants, Reproduction,
Pollination,  Tissue,
Roots, Cells (Subsidiary,
Guard Cells, Companion
Cells, Stomata)
& their functions
17
Practice Error
Spotting
Word formation
Physics: Electric Components
(Resistance, Ammeter,
Voltmeter, etc.) + Optics
(Lens, Eye diseases,
Reflection & Refraction)
+ Latent Heat,
Freezing &
boiling points +
Uses of Radar &
Sonar, Satellites
18
Cloze Test
Jumbled words
Medieval History:
Battle of Tarain, Delhi Sultan,
Lodhi Dynasty, etc.
19
Matrix
Fundamental Rights,
Duties, Panchayat Raj System
(Committee), Preambles,
Constitution Amendments
20
Advanced Grammar:
direct indirect speech
Venn diagram program
Important Rivers, Cities on
River Banks, Indian State,
Capitals, Folk Dances,
Wildlife Centuries, National
Parks, Oceans, Important
Line Boundaries,
National Highway
21
Basic Grammar: Spellings
Logical diagram program
Basic Current Affairs
(last 3-4 months) focusing on
Sports, Award, Science &
Technology, Appointments,
National & International
events, Recent competitions
22
Verbal ability
Syllogism
Atmosphere Layers, Earth’s
composition, Longitudes
& Latitudes, Tectonic
Theories, IST
23
Para jumbles &
sentence jumbles
Puzzles: logical
Sound, ThermodynaPuzzles:
Escape Velocity,
Kepler’s Law, Work,
Energy, Power
24
Advanced
vocabulary
Puzzles: quant
Plant Kingdom
25
Basics of phrase
& idiom meaning
Sitting arrangement
The Animal Kingdom
26
Fill in the blanks
with Synonyms
and Antonyms
Non – verbal: mirror image
Economics:
Economic Survey,
Monetary Policy,
Balance of Payment
Taxes, Previous
years Paper Qs
27
Practice error
spotting
Missing number: in diagram
Sound, Thermodynamics,
Escape Velocity, Kepler’s
Law, Work, Energy, Power
28
Cloze test
Missing number: in matrix
Basic Current Affair
(last 3-4 months)
focusing on Sports,
Award, Science &
Technology,
Appointments, National
& International
Events, Recent
competitions
29
Practice reading
comprehension
Mirror image
Economy: all the current
affairs related to
RBI, economics
committee & GST
30
Hidden image
World History (go through the previous year Qs papers
31
Revise common
phrase idiom
meanings
Paper cutting
and folding
Revision: current affairs
32
Revise one
word substitution
Pattern
completion & assemble
image
Articles: go through
the previous articles
33
Revise all the
grammar rules &
practice questions
on each topic
Dice and cubes
Speed test
34
Counting figures
Chemistry: chemical
formulas
35
Verbal reasoning: statement and conclusion
Geography: territorial
boundaries shared
by different countries
36
Verbal reasoning  statement and inference
Sports: sports cups,
sports titles &
sports related terms
37
Practice spellings
Verbal reasoning: statement and assumption
Festivals: various
folk dances &
classical dances
38
Practice advanced
vocabulary and
advanced grammar (tenses/prepositions)
Verbal reasoning: statement and passage
Geography: Continents,
world map, gulfs,
highest and
deepest points
39
Practice reading comprehension
Verbal reasoning: statement/passage
and argument
Capital and currencies,
India’s neighbouring
countries
40
Practice
cloze test
Revision
Sportspersons, obituaries
and Personalities (their fields, genres & their achievements)
41
Attempt Full-Length Mock Test & Work on Your Weak Areas
42
43
44
45


SSC Stenographer Preparation Books and SSC Previous Year Paper

Contenders who are planning to prepare for SSC Stenographer Exam and want to know which book is best for SSC Exam Preparationcan check the SSC Stenographer Preparation Books list through this portal. Qualifying in the SSC Stenographer is difficult task for every participant but these books will definitely help you to crack the exam without any difficulty.

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Some other relevant books
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Unique Publishers
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Arihant
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Arihant (Hindi Medium)
  • 20 Practice Papers for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Arihant
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Kalinjar Publications
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Ramesh Publishing House (Hindi Medium)
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Ramesh Publishing House
  • 20 Practice Papers for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by PN Publications
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Sura College of Competition
  • 20 Practice Papers for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Varada Publications
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by UpkarPrakashan
  • Practice Work Book for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by KiranPrakashan
  • 20 Practice Papers for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Vidya
  • Guide for SSC Stenographers Grade 'C' and 'D' Exam by Vidya (Hindi Medium)
Contenders can also check the SSC Stenographer Previous Paper and examine their performance. Cracking the exam will be easy through these Read more…


Sub Inspector In CPOs Exam

SSC CPO Job Profile

Staff Selection Commission conducts CPO Exam to appoint eligible and hard working aspirants for the vacancies of Sub-Inspector and Assistant Sub Inspector in Delhi Police, CAPF and CISF. Thus, candidates who want to apply for this exam they can get complete SSC CPO Job Profile details here by going through the link which is revealed below.

SSC CPO Exam Pattern

The examination will consist of two papers:

PAPER-I

Date of Exam
Part
Subject
Number of Questions
Maximum Marks
Duration/ Time Allowed
30.06.2017 to 07.07.2017
Part A
General  Intelligence and Reasoning
50
50
2 hours
Part B
General   Knowledge and General Awareness
50
50
Part  C
50
50
Part D
English Comprehension
50
50

PAPER-II

Date of Examination
Subject
Maximum Marks
Maximum Questions
Duration and timing
08.10.2017
English language & Comprehension
200
200 questions
2 Hours

Take a Test

  • Objective Multiple Choice Type Questions will be set in Hindi and English in Parts A, B and C of Paper I.
  • Negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in Paper-I &Paper-II.
  • The Commission may at the discretion fix qualifying marks in Paper-II.

Physical Efficiency (Endurance) Test(PET)

Category
Requirement
For male candidates

100 meters race in 16 seconds
1.6 Kms race in 6.5 minutes
Long Jump : 3.65 metres in 3 chances
High Jump : 1.2 metres in 3 chances
Shot put (16 Lbs): 4.5 metres in 3 chance
For female candidates
100 metres race in 18 seconds
800 metres race in 4 minutes
Long Jump: 2.7 metres (9 feet) in 3 chances.
High Jump : 0.9 metres (3 feet) in 3 chances.

Sub Inspector In CPOs Preparation Plan

Time
/Day
45 Minutes
45 Minutes
45 Minutes
1 Hour
1
Basics Grammar: verbs, Noun
Analogy:  Letter, Number, G.K, Meaning
Simplification: Quick Calculation Practice +
Average & Percentage
Famous or
Recent Books
& Authors
2
Basics  Grammar:  Preposition, Adjective
Classification: Letter, Number, General Knowledge Questions and answers, Meaning
Committees formed
&
Recommendations
3
Basics  Grammar:  Tenses
Series: Number, mixed series
Days and Events
4
Basics  Grammar:  Articles, Conjunctions
Series: Alphabet series
Award &
Honours
5
Basics  Grammar:  Degree of comparison, Adverbs
Practice
& Attempt Mini Quizzes
Mixtures &Alligations
Science &
Technology
6
Basics of One Word Substitution, Spelling
Coding Decoding by letter Shifting
Number System
(LCM & HCF, Divisibility, Remainder)
India Freedom Struggle
7
Basics of Phrase Idiom Meaning
Coding Decoding by Analogy
Algebra:  Identities
Ancient &
Medieval History
8
Attempt Full Mock Tests Aim for 30+ overall marks
9
Reading Comprehension:
Easy topics on Business, Travel, History, Moral Story
Direction & Distance
Linear Equations in 1 & 2 variables (Word Problems + Problems on Ages)
Religious Movements & Social Reforms
10
Practice
Algebra: Quadratic Equations, Polynomials, Functions
Acts passed by British Parliament
11
Practice
Blood Relations
Profit & Loss:
– Successive
Selling
– Discount
& M.P
– Dishonest Dealings
– Partnership
– Mixture
Problems
– Sales Tax
Revise
12
Fill In the Blanks
Revise
13
Synonyms & Antonyms
Order & Ranking
Indian Polity: Parts & Schedules of Constitution
14
 Practice
Indian Polity: President, Vice President, LokSabha Speaker
15
Grammar: Pronoun, Correlative conjunctions
Logical Order
Indian Polity: Vice President, Prime Minister, Council of Minister, CAG, Attorney General
16
Attempt Full Mock Tests
Aim for 50+ overall marks
17
Grammar: Modals
Dictionary Order
Interest: SI, CI, SI & CI Combined, Installments
Indian Polity: Parliament, Parliament Committee
18
Vocabulary: Homonyms
Word Formation
Geometry
– Lines & Angles
– Circle, Chord & Tangent
– Quadrilaterals
– Coordinate Geometry
Indian Polity: Constitutional Bodies, Non-Constitutional Bodies
19
Vocabulary: Use of Verb with Prepositions
Jumble Word
Indian Geography:
Physiography of India, Minerals in India
20
Vocabulary: Completing Phrase & Idioms Meaning
Matrix
Indian Geography:
National park, Dams, Biosphere Reserve, Ramsar Wetlands
21
Practice
Logical Venn Diagram
Time & Work
– Work & Efficiency, Wages
– Pipes & Cisterns
Indian Geography
22
One Word Substitution
Venn Diagram Problems
International Organizations
23
Attempt Full Mock Tests
Aim for 75+ overall marks
24
Reading Comprehension:
Tough topics on Finance, Politics etc.
Syllogism
Mensuration:
– Area, Perimeter
– Surface Area
– Volume
(2D & 3D)
Indian Economy
25
Miscellaneous: Grammar
Missing Number in diagram & Matrix
Indian Economy
26
Practice Error Spotting
Puzzles: Logical, Quant Based
Data Interpretation:
– Bar Graph
– Line Graph
– Pie Chart
– Tabular Graph
Current Affairs: Sports, Science & Tech.
27
Seating Arrangement
National Affairs, Govern. Schemes & Policies
28
Revise Common Phrase Idiom meanings and One word Substitution.
Practice Your Weak Areas
Trigonometry
(Ratios and Identities)
International Affairs
29
Attempt Full Mock Tests
Aim for 90+ overall marks
30
Practice Reading Comprehension
Non-Verbal: Mirror & Hidden Image
Trigonometry
31
Non-Verbal: Pattern Completion, Paper Cutting & Folding
General Science
32
Revise All Grammar Rules
Non-Verbal: Dice & Cubes, Counting Figure, Missing Figure
33
Verbal Reasoning: Statement & Inferences, Assumption, Conclusion, Argument
Practice Your Weak Areas
34
Practice Your Weak Areas
35
Practice & Attempt Full Mock Tests
Aim for 120+ overall marks

SSC CPO Reference Books
  • Guide for SSC CPO, Delhi Police, CAPFs Sub Inspectors, CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Exam by Kalinjar Publications
  • Previous Year Solved Papers for SSC CPO, Delhi Police, CAPFs Sub Inspectors, CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Exam by KiranPrakashan
  • Previous Year Solved Papers for SSC CPO, Delhi Police, CAPFs Sub Inspectors, CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Exam by KiranPrakashan (Hindi Medium)
  • Practice Papers for SSC CPO, Delhi Police, CAPFs Sub Inspectors, CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Exam by Kiran Prakashan (Hindi Medium)
  • Guide for SSC CPO, Delhi Police, CAPFs Sub Inspectors, CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Exam by Arihant (Hindi Medium)
  • Guide for SSC CPO, Delhi Police, CAPFs Sub Inspectors, CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Exam by Arihant

 SSC Junior Engineer (Civil & Elect) Examination

SSC Junior Engineer Recruitment

 Get the complete details about SSC Junior Engineer Notification through this page and then apply for latest Junior Engineer (JE) post in government sector. Staff Selection Commission has asserted a new notification related to SSC Junior Engineer Recruitment to fill up Junior Engineer Positions in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Departments. You can apply against SSC JE Recruitment by filling online application form before Read more…

SSC JE Eligibility Criteria

Students are you going to apply for Staff Selection Commission (SSC) exam? Thenmust check all the details about SSC JE Eligibility Criteria from this entire page and apply as per the requirement. Through this page, you will get all the eligibility details such as Age, Qualification etc which are required by the commission.

Check This Also: SSC JE Eligibility Criteria

SSC Junior Engineer (Civil & Elect) Exam Pattern:

Papers
Mode of Examination
Subject
Maximum Marks
Duration & Timings
Paper-I Objective type (Date of Examination 03-12-2016 to 05.12.2016)
Computer Base Mode
(i) General Intelligence &   Reasoning
(ii) General Awareness
(iii)  Part –A General Engineering (Civil & Structural) OR
Part-B
General Engineering (Electrical) OR
Part-C
General Engineering (Mechanical)
50


50


100
2 Hours
Morning shift [10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon]
Afternoon Shift [2.00 PM to 4.00 PM]
Note:   Entry   to the examination venue will not be allowed after 9.30 AM in the morning shift and after 1.30 PM in the afternoon shift.
Paper-II Conventional Type
Part-A General Engineering  (Civil & Structural)
OR
Part- B General Engineering (Electrical) OR
Part-C    General Engineering (Mechanical)
300
2 Hours Date to be intimated   later on.

SSC Junior Engineer Syllabus

Now get the SSC Junior Engineer Syllabus through this page!!! Staff Selection Commission is going to conduct Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Examination – 2017 (Paper-I) (CBE). Candidates can prepare for this exam by using the SSC JE Syllabus. You can also download the SSC Junior Engineer Exam Syllabus Read more…

SSC JE Interview Tips - SSC Junior Engineer Questions And Answers:

Check the SSC JE Interview Tips, through which you can easily prepare for the SSC Junior Engineer exam. To qualify JE exam candidates need to prepare well for the interview phase. This link will help you to crack the Interview session very easily. Must try…

Want To Know?? SSC JE Interview Tips

SSC Junior Engineers Preparation Books
  • Practice Work Book for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Electrical Engineering) by KiranPrakashan
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Civil and Structural) by Ramesh Publishing
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Civil Engineering) by GK Publications
  • 15 Practice Papers for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Electrical Engineering) by GK Publications
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Mechanical Engineering) by Ramesh Publishing
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Civil/Structural Engineering) by Ramesh Publishing
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Electrical Engineering) by Ramesh Publishing
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Mechanical Engineering) by GK Publications
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Mechanical Engineering) by Disha Publication
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Civil & Structural Engineering) by Disha Publication
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Electrical Engineering) by Disha Publication
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Electrical Engineering) by GK Publications
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) by GK Publications
  • Guide for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Civil Engineering) by GK Publications
  • Practice Work Book for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Civil & Structural Engineering) by KiranPrakashan
  • Practice Work Book for SSC Junior Engineer Exam (Mechanical Engineering) by KiranPrakashan

SSC Junior Engineer Previous Year Question Papers

Those who are appearing for the recruitment exam to fill Junior Engineer Post can prepare for the exams by using the SSC Junior Engineer Previous Year Question. Candidates may also download SSC Junior Engineer Previous Year Question Papers in PDF form from official site through online process.

SSC Junior Engineer Cut off

Staff Service Commission is going to release SSC Junior Engineer Cut off for the shortlisted candidates for Paper II. You can check the SSC Junior Engineer Cut off 2017 on this page, so please have a look Continue Reading…


Junior Translators (CSOLS) /Junior Hindi Translators Examination

SSC Junior Translator Recruitment

Staff Selection Commission is looking for the hard working and talented candidates in order to fill Junior Hindi Translators, Junior Translators, Senior Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Posts. For this purpose, candidates have to fill SSC Junior Translator Online Application Form on the given date and apply against SSC JHT Recruitment accordingly. 


SSC Junior Hindi Translator Eligibility

Contenders who are planning to apply for Junior Hindi Translator Post in SSC (Staff Selection Commission) are required to fulfill the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Eligibility. Through the below provided link, you can avail the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Eligibility which is required for the position and then apply accordingly.


SSC Junior Translator Exam Pattern

Part
Paper- I (Objective Type)
Paper- II (Conventional Type)
Mode of Paper
Computer Based Mode
Descriptive
Subject
(i)General Hindi
(ii) General English
Translation& Essay
Number of Questions/ Marks
100/100 mark
200 marks
Total Duration / Timing for General candidates
2 Hours (2 hours and 40 minutes for VH/ OH (afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and locomotor disability wherein the dominant writing extremity is affected to the extent of slowing down the performance of the candidate candidates)
2 Hours (2 hours and 40 minutes for VH/ OH (afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and locomotor disability wherein the dominant writing extremity is affected to the extent of slowing down the performance of the candidate candidates)

Career As A SSC Junior Translator (Opportunities, Salary, Eligibility)

If you have the proficiency in Hindi and English then Staff Selection Commission is providing you the great opportunities to enhance your Career as A SSC Junior Translator. Staff Selection Commission’s every year conducts the Junior Hindi Translators (in Subordinate Offices) and Hindi Pradhyapak (Central Hindi Training Institute) etc. Those job seekers who want to make their career through Translator; they can read the career guidance of SSC which will help you to find a best opportunity.


SSC Junior Hindi Translator Cut Off:

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts Junior Hindi Translator Paper-I every year. Students who were appeared in the exam can check SSC Junior Hindi Translator Cut Off from this page easily. Candidates are required to score the marks which are equal to or more than the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Expected Cut Off. Read More…

Important Books for Preparation
  • SSC: Translator/Pradhyapak Recruitment Exam Guide by R. Gupta
  • Upkar's SSC Senior/Junior Hindi Translators Exam
  • SSC Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment Exam by Arihant
  • SSC Junior Translator/ Junior Hindi Translator Exam Guide by VidyaPrakashan

Important Tips and Tricks

Secret Preparation Tips which will definitely help you to crack the exam and become an idol SSC Success Planner:
  • Plan your chart for the studies and follow it every single day. You should have a good idea of what you want to study and what you don’t when you are preparing for an exam.
  • Problem solving is important and giving lengthy answers will not help. Think smart and write smartly. Solve your answers in summarized manner, short but proper.
  • Always read the questionnaire with ease and do not rush into answering quickly it creates misbalanced and wrong.
  • Don't leave it until the last minute sort out your time management, set up a timetable for your study and organize it accordingly. You may want to give some difficult exams more study time than others.
  • Visual aids are very helpful when revising. At the start of a topic, challenge yourself to write down everything you already know about a topic and also add diagrams, figures etc for remembering it.
  • This is one of the important tips for competitive exam that you should be far away from any sort of potential distraction when you are studying as it changes your mind.
  • While preparing for an exam,one of the worst things you could do is studying one tough subject after the other.
  • Students should let go off the cramming part as it is not a good method of studying, you should understand the topics and make notes of your own.

SSC Online Mock Test For (CGL, LDC, CHSL, MTS, DEO & Other Exams) Quiz

Candidates who are going to appear for the exam can search various solutions for better and easy preparation through online track. Well SSC Online Mock Test is the best way to prepare for the SSC CGL, LDC, CHSL, MTS, DEO and other exams. Candidates, you can prepare yourself easily by using the mock tests or online quizzes which will perform as a guide and solve all your questions 


Get Here Some Updated Links:

Help Line

Candidates may contact the following Regional Help Lines for any query related to the SSC Exam:
  • SSC(NR), New Delhi - 01164715222, 01165570666
  • SSC(CR), Allahabad - 08765214571, 08765214572
  • SSC(SR), Chennai - 09445195946, 04428251139
  • SSC(WR), Mumbai - 07738422704, 07738422705
  • SSC(ER), Kolkata - 09477461228, 09477461229
  • SSC(MPR) Raipur - 09407921504, 09407921505
  • SSC(KKR), Bangalore - 09483862010, 09483862020
  • SSC(NWR), Chandigarh - 08699111498, 08699103985
  • SSC(NER), Guwahati, - 09864217001, 09435711335

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