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SSC Exam

Staff Selection Commission (SSC)’s is a Combined Graduate Level Exam

Job profiles of various posts offered under SSC-CGL

1) Prologue
2) Desk job or Field job?
3) Assistants
4) Assistants: Promotion opportunities
5) CSS (Assistant in Central Secretariat Service)
6) Assistant (CSS): Job Profile
7) Work diversity: CSS vs Other assistants
8) CSS vs Inspectors (Income Tax, Excise etc)
9) Assistant in MEA: Work Profile
10) MEA: General vs Cypher Assistant (Difference)
11) Assistant in Railways
12) Assistants: remaining
13) Divisional Accountant
14) Auditor & Accountants (Non-Interview)
15) CGDA vs C&AG
16) CGDA (defence) posting
17) Auditor: Promotion (CGDA)
18) Tax Assistants (TA)
19) Tax Assistant: Posting and Promotion
20) Upper Division clerk
21) Field jobs: (Inspectors)
22) Tax authorities: CBDT vs CBEC
23) Inspectors: Income Tax, Excise, Customs, Examiner
24) ACR (Annual Confidential reports)
25) Income Tax Inspector: Work Profile
26) Income Tax inspector: Good or bad?
27) Physical requirements (Indirect Taxes)
28) Excise inspector vs Preventive Officer: Work Profile
29) Preventive Officer vs Examiner: Work profile
30) Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)
31) CBI Sub-Inspector
32) CBI: Physical requirement
33) CBI Sub inspector: Work profile
34) Narcotics inspector/Subins.
35) Postal inspector

SSC CGL 2014 Age Limit & Educational Qualifications

Name of the Posts:

1) Assistant
2) SI in CBI
3) Inspector (Central Excise, Preventive Officer, Examiner)
4) Inspector of Income Tax/ AEO in DoE
5) Inspector of Posts/ Divisional Accountant
6) Auditor/ Accountant/ Junior Accountant
7) Tax Assistant/ UDC
8) Statistical Investigator

Age Limitations:

Following is the Age limit for SSC CGL 2014 examination for below listed posts. There is age relaxation of 3 year for OBC candidates and 5 years for SC/ ST category candidates.
  • For assistant Posts: 20 Years to 27 Years.
  • For SI in CBI Posts: 20 Years to 25 Years.
  • For Inspector (Central Excise, Preventive Officer, Examiner) Posts: 18 Years to 27 Years.
  • For Inspector of Income Tax/ AEO in DoE Posts: 18 Years to 27 Years.
  • For Inspector of Posts/ Divisional Accountant Posts: 18 Years to 27 Years.
  • For Auditor/ Accountant/ Junior Accountant Posts: 18 Years to 27 Years.
  • For Tax Assistant/ UDC Posts: 18 Years to 27 Years.
  • For Statistical Investigator Posts: 18 Years to 27 Years.

Educational Qualification:

Educational qualification for SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL 2014) exam is given below. Candidates must possess the following qualifications.
POST QUALIFICATION
For Assistant Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For SI in CBI Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For Inspector (Central Excise, Preventive Officer, Examiner) Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For Inspector of Income Tax/ AEO in DoE Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For Inspector of Posts/ Divisional Accountant Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For Auditor/ Accountant/ Junior Accountant Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For Compiler Posts Bachelors Degree from any recognized University with Economics or Statistics or Mathematics as compulsory or Elective subject.
For Tax Assistant/ UDC Posts Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University.
For Statistical Investigator Posts Candidates must possess Bachelor’s Degree with Statistics as one of the main subjects or Bachelor’s Degree with Mathematics with Statistics as a papers studied in one year year/two years/all three years as the case may be) as one of the main subjects or Bachelor’s Degree with Economics( with Statistics as a paper studied in one year/two years/all the three years as the case may be) as one of the main subjects or Bachelor’s Degree with Commerce (with Statistics as a paper studied in one year/two years/all the three years as the case may be) as one of the main subjects.

Syllabus of SSC - CGL

SSC-CGL exam is made up of three stages: Tier 1, 2 and 3.

Tier I (prelims)

Subject MarKs
General Awareness 50
Reasoning 50
Maths 50
English 50
Total 200
Time-2 hours. No. of question =200
Negative marking: 0.25 marks

Tier II (mains)

Those who qualify in the Tier-I, have to appear for Tier-II. But unlike the UPSC mains, the SSC tier-II doesn’t have descriptive paper. You just have to face Multiple choice Questions (MCQ).
Subject Total Duration Negative marking?
Paper I (Maths) 200 marks 2 hrs - 0.50
Paper II (English) 200 marks 2 hrs - 0.25
Total 400 marks
1) These two papers are compulsory for all candidates.
2) But if you’re applying for Statistical Investigator
Grade-II, then you’ve to appear for one more paper, that is
Paper III for Statistics, worth 200 marks.

Tier III (interview/CPT)

Those who qualify in Tier II (Mains), are called up for third stage (Tier III)
  • For some posts you’ve to appear for Interview worth 100 marks.
  • For some posts, you’ve to give computer proficiency test or Skill Test.
  • For example, Candidate for Tax Assistant job, will have to give test for data entry speed.

The study plan is divided into four articles.

1) General Awareness Tier I
2) Maths / Quantitative Aptitude for Tier I and II
3) Reasoning / General Intelligence for Tier I
4) English Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension for Tier I and II

SSC - General Awareness Tier I

Static Topic Marks
Polity 8
Indian History + Culture 5
Geography (Physical + Indian)+Biodiversity 6
Economy 4
TOTAL 23
Science Biology 8
Chemistry 3
Physics + Space 4
Computer 2
TOTAL 17
Crap Misc, GK, Sports, PIN, Books, Current Affairs 6
Year book (institutes, schemes, dates etc.) 4

SSC - Maths / Quantitative Aptitude for Tier I and II

Topic & Subtopics

1) Number theory

(i). Divisibility, remainders
(ii). LCM and HCF
(iii). Unknown numbers from given condition for
(iv). Fractions-comparisions.

2) Basic Maths

(i). Simplification (BODMAS)
(ii). Surds, indices
(iii). Roots, squares, Cubes

3) Algebra

(i). Linear equation
(ii). Quadratic equations, Polynomials

4) Avg and Ratios

(i). Wine-Water mixture (Alligations)
(ii). Simple Average
(iii). Ratio-Proportion-variations
(iv). Partnership

6) STD

(i). Time speed distance
(ii). Trains, platforms
(iii). Boats-streams
(iv). Time and Work
(v). Pipes and Cisterns

6) Geometry

(i). Angles, sides, bisectors, circles etc
(ii). Mensuration (area and volume).
(iii). Trigonometry

7) PCP

(i). Permutation
(ii). Combination
(iii). Probability

8) Misc

(i). Coordinate Geometry
(ii). Progression: Arithmetic+ Geometry
(iii). Logarithms

SSC - Reasoning / General Intelligence for Tier I

Topic Subtopics
Series Analogy (both word based and numerical)
Odd pair (both word based and numerical)
English Dictionary based word arrangements, missing letters
Box containing some number, you’ve to find missing number.
Ranking, missing characters etc.
Coding Typical coding decoding (PEAR written as GFDN then REAP is written as.)
Symbols (circle is greater than, square is less than.)
Maths operations (L=x, M=+, then value of 16L12M13 is.)
Arrangement Sitting arrangement (line, table and circular)
Blood relations (mom-dad-father in law)
Building, car, colour, occupations of persons.
Schedules (lecture on Monday etc.)
Direction based (Mohan moves three kms north…how far he is from home)
Logic Syllogism (2 statements and 3 statements)
Conventional Venn Diagrams
Assumption, interference, conclusion etc.
Misc. Clock, calendar
Permutation Combination
Age related problems
Geometry
Image based (non-verbal) Cubes-dices: predicting color, numbers in other faces
Sequence of figures
Paper-cutting, folding, punching
Mirrors and water reflection
Configuration, fitting pieces, odd pieces etc.

SSC - English Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension for Tier I and II

Tier I (prelims) 50 questions(other 150 question will come from GK, Maths and Reasoning) 2 hours
Tier II (mains) Paper II 200 questions 2 hours
Note: In the SSC exam, you have to face English at two stages
Negative marking: Yes

Topic-wise breakup for SSC-English (tier I and II)

Vocabulary 1) Synonyms
2) Antonyms
3) Fill in the blanks (single statement)
4) Fill in the blank (huge paragraph)
5) Spelling mistake
6) Idioms and phrases
7) One word substitution (similar to synonyms)
Grammar 8) Sentence improvement
9) sentence correction
10) Active passive
11) Direct-indirect
Comprehension 12) Comprehension
13) Sentence Arrangement