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SSC CGL Study Plan For 10 Days | Prepare For CGL

SSC CGL Notification is released already. So many candidates are looking for the best SSC CGL Preparation – study plan. The preparation plan makes things very easy to be in flow. The following article will guide the candidates to SSC CGL study plan for 10 days. They can start studying right now!

SSC CGL Preparation

Everyone wants to crack the exam in first attempt. So, we have made a perfect 10 days plan for the candidates who are very serious about studying and achieving their dream of clearing all the Tiers.

If any candidate follow the given schedule religiously, there is a guarantee of 100% results.

Today, right now, it is the First Day of SSC CGL Preparation. Some important tips are given below, before we move to the preparation part. Kindly read all the guidelines properly and follow them religiously:

  1. First of all, candidates following our SSC CGL Preparation plan should not miss any day of the schedule
  2. Secondly, missing even one day will disturb the entire schedule
  3. Also, the candidates might lose focus if they are following it carelessly
  4. Candidates must go through all topics of the day
  5. Moreover, the use of cell phones would be the least during these 10 days
  6. Our entire concentration here should be on finishing all the topics one by one
  7. Furthermore, there is no topic that is absent from the schedule
  8. Also, candidates must be on time and proceed according to the study plan
  9. Effective time management is the main principle and plays a huge role behind this 10 days study plan
  10. It can be difficult in the middle of the journey. But DON’T GIVE UP!
  11. Keep in mind where you want to reach

SSC CGL Preparation – Study Plan Day 1

  • Read newspaper for 15 minutes in the morning
  • Start following the table given below
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
General Awareness (Tier 1&2) General Knowledge, People in news, Important schemes 2 Hours
Break 15 minutes
English Language 2 Unseen Passages 1 hour 15 minutes
Phrases and Idioms 15 minutes
One word substitution 15 minutes
Break 15 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Simplification 40 minutes
Number System 40 minutes
Algebra 40 minutes
Break 1 hour
Statistics Random Variables 30 minutes
Measure of Dispersion 30 minutes
Sampling Theory 30 minutes
Index Number 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation – Study Plan Day 2

  • First of all, read Newspaper for 15 minutes
  • Also, watch news for 30 minutes
  • Moreover, candidates should now take a brief look on all topics completed yesterday
  • Start with the schedule in the following table
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
General Intelligence & Reasoning Classification 1 hour
Puzzle 1 hour
English Language 2 Comprehension Passages 1 hour
Sentence Correction 15-18 minutes
Error spotting 10 minutes
Break 20 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Trigonometry 30 minutes
Geometry 30 minutes
Algebra 30 minutes
Break 35 minutes
Ratio & Proportion 30 minutes
Statistics Time Series Analysis 30 minutes
Measure of Central Tendency 30 minutes
Analysis and Variance 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation – Study Plan Day 3

Candidates should first take a firm look on all the topics done on Day 2

Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
General Awareness Read Newspaper 15 minutes
Read Current Affairs and Portfolios 30 minutes
Read Basics of Science 30 minutes
English Language 1 Unseen Passage 30 minutes
Synonyms and Antonyms 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
Phrases and Idioms 15 minutes
Fill in the blanks 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Trigonometry 30 minutes
Geometry 30 minutes
Algebra 30 minutes
Break 35 minutes
Ratio & Proportion 30 minutes
Statistics Time Series Analysis 30 minutes
Measure of Central Tendency 30 minutes
Analysis and Variance 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation – Study Plan Day 4

  • Candidates must start their day with reading newspaper (main headlines)
  • Candidates should watch news channels
  • Also, it is necessary to read current affairs for 15 minutes every day
  • Revise all topics of yesterday
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
General Awareness Finance & Accounting 15 minutes
Theory of Demand & supply 1 hour
Economics & Governance 30 minutes
English Language One Word Substitution 15 minutes
Synonyms and Antonyms 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
Phrases and Idioms 15 minutes
Fill in the blanks 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Data Interpretation 30 minutes
Simplification 30 minutes
Mensuration 30 minutes
Break 35 minutes
Time and Work 30 minutes
Statistics Time Series Analysis 30 minutes
Measure of Central Tendency 30 minutes
Analysis and Variance 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation – Study Plan Day 5

  • Revise the previous day work
  • Read updated current affairs for 15 minutes
  • Rectify the mistakes done yesterday
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
General Awareness Books & authors 15 minutes
Fundamental Principles 20 minutes
Finance Commission 30 minutes
English Language 1 Passage 30 minutes
Error Spotting 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
Practice Spellings 15 minutes
Active-Passive Voice 30 minutes
Fill in the blanks 20 minutes
Synonyms-Antonyms 20 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Trigonometry 30 minutes
Algebra 30 minutes
Mensuration 30 minutes
Break 35 minutes
General Intelligence & Reasoning Direction & Distance 30 minutes
Venn Diagram 30 minutes
Tier 3 2 Essays 30 minutes
1 Letter 30 minutes
1 Precis Writing 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation Day 6

  • First of all, take a look on all the previously revised topics
  • Secondly, start the day by highlights important news in the newspaper
  • Moreover, watch the news on TV for 20 minutes. Note down important names and dates
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
Tier 3 1 Essay 30 minutes
1 Letter 20 minutes
1 Precis Writing 30 minutes
English Language 1 Passage 30 minutes
Phrases & Idioms 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
One word Substitution 15 minutes
Active-Passive Voice 30 minutes
Fill in the blanks 20 minutes
Synonyms-Antonyms 20 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Ratio & Proportion 30 minutes
Algebra 30 minutes
Averages 30 minutes
Break 35 minutes
General Intelligence & Reasoning Blood Relation 30 minutes
Series 30 minutes
Statistics Correlation & Regression 30 minutes
Skewness & Kurtosis 30 minutes
Collection & Representation of Data 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation Day 7

  • First of all, revise all the topics done yesterday
  • Moreover, read the newspaper for 15 minutes
  • Also, note down the important news in your notebook

Section

Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
Tier 3 1 Essay 30 minutes
1 Letter 20 minutes
1 Precis Writing 30 minutes
English Language 1 Passage 30 minutes
Break 30 minutes
Tier 4 Keep any book in front of you. Select a page. Start typing on your PC/Laptop 15 minutes
General Awareness Read Current Affairs 20 minutes
Basic Concepts of Accounting 30 minutes
Theory of Demand & Supply 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Geometry 30 minutes
Algebra 30 minutes
Trigonometry 30 minutes
Break 35 minutes
General Intelligence & Reasoning Analogy 30 minutes
Non-Verbal Reasoning 30 minutes
Word Formation 30 minutes
Statistics Skewness & Kurtosis 30 minutes
Collection & Representation of Data 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation Day 8

    • Read the newspaper
    • Moreover, watch news channels for current and ongoing news
    • Additionally, follow the schedule below
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
English Language 1 Passage 30 minutes
Phrases & Idioms 20 minutes
Synonyms-Antonyms 15 minutes
Statistics Skewness & Kurtosis 30 minutes
Collection & Representation of Data 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
General Awareness Important Schemes & People In News 30 minutes
Finance & Accounting 30 minutes
Theory of Demand & Supply 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Speed, Distance and Time 30 minutes
Data Sufficiency 30 minutes
Simplification 30 minutes
Break 1 hour
Averages 30 minutes
Percentage 30 minutes
General Intelligence & Reasoning Coding-Decoding 30 minutes
Classification 30 minutes
Puzzle 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation Day 9

  • First of all, candidates must revise yesterday’s topics
  • Also, start the day with newspaper as well as updating with current affairs
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
English Language 1 Passage 30 minutes
Error Spotting 15 minutes
Synonyms-Antonyms 15 minutes
Statistics Skewness & Kurtosis 30 minutes
Time Series Analysis 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
Measure of Dispersion 30 minutes
Index Number 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Number System 30 minutes
Geometry 30 minutes
Trigonometry 30 minutes
Break 1 hour
Algebra 30 minutes
Mensuration 30 minutes
General Intelligence & Reasoning Venn Diagram 30 minutes
Classification 30 minutes
Puzzle 30 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation Day 10

  • First of all, start the day with revising everything done yesterday
  • Afterwards, read newspaper for 15 minutes
  • Start following the schedule after noting down important things from the newspaper
Section Topics To Be Covered Time To Be Given
Tier 3 1 Essay 30 minutes
1 Letter 30 minutes
1 Precis Writing 30 minutes
Statistics Random Variables 30 minutes
Sampling Theory 20 minutes
Break 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude Simplification 30 minutes
Data Interpretation 30 minutes
Correlation & Regression 30 minutes
Number System 30 minutes
Geometry 30 minutes
Trigonometry 30 minutes
Break 1 hour
Algebra 30 minutes
General Intelligence & Reasoning Direction & Distance 30 minutes
Matrix 30 minutes
Word Formation 20 minutes

SSC CGL Preparation – Important Guidelines

  • The schedule will give 100% results
  • Secondly, SSC CGL candidates must manage their time effectively
  • Moreover, candidates must not take stress
  • Also, candidates must take an extra break if they feel like. There are absolutely no restrictions
  • Candidates must understand that they should not be hard on themselves
  • Candidates can buy Mock Tests for preparing even more properly
  • Also, they must do SSC CGL Quizzes as per the schedule
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SSC Result | SSC Marks Normalization Update

SSC Result Latest News on Normalization of Marks: SSC has announced calculation of scores for SSC CGLor SSC CHSL or SSC JE or any other exam conducted by SSC, through a normalized method. This update was introduced in PDF format on the official website of SSC on February 07, 2019.

SSC Result: Normalization of Marks

SSC has concluded to calculate the marks of any candidate appearing for SSC CGL through normalized score calculation. CGL exam is conducted in multiple shifts, thus, keeping in mind the difficulty level of each shift, SSC has introduced this change.

The normalization is done following the fundamental assumption that in all multi-shifts examination, the distribution of abilities of candidates is same across all shifts.

This fundamental assumption holds true since the number of candidates appearing in the exam conducted by SSC is large and allocation of shifts to the candidates is random.

The scores calculated using the normalized formula can be corrected up to 5 places of decimal. Given below is the formula for calculation of final scores of candidates in SSC exam:

SSC Result Update | Normalization of Marks Where,

SSC Result Update | Normalization of Marks

How to check SSC Result?

SSC announces result on the official website in PDF format for different exams. The qualifying candidates can find their roll numbers in the PDF to check their result.

Given below are the steps to find SSC Result online:

  • Visit the official website of SSC
  • Click on the direct link to check the desired exam result
  • SSC Result opens in the PDF format
  • Find your roll number in the given list to find if you have qualified the exam.

SSC also releases score card/marksheet after the SSC Result announcement. Candidates can check their scores for each section and total marks obtained on the SSC Score card.

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SSC CGL Exam Centers | Know Dress Code and Exam Day Instructions

Check complete list of SSC CGL Exam Centers all across the nation. Know the allotment of Exam centers for SSC CGL . know Dress Code, Items not allowed and Exam day Instructions –  SSC CGL Exam Centers 2018-2019

SSC CGL Exam Centers

Allotment of exam center while applying for SSC CGL is done by taking applicant’s Choice of order. Applicants need to provide a choice of three cities as their SSC CGL Exam Centers. These three cities or centers need to follow specific order of preference; first needs to be the nearest and easily commuted, second can be a neighbor city and third needs to be any other city which can be commuted on time.

  • One need to pick three cities out of 105 cities.
  • All three cities needs to follow order of preference with first being the nearest.
  • Other choices of SSC CGL Exam Centers also need easy to commute.
  • Allotment of Exam Centers will be on first come first serve basis.

SSC CGL Exam Centers

Choice of center:

 Candidates need to provide a choice of three cities as their SSC CGL exam centers in the application form.

Order: 

All three Exam centers are to be provided in the candidate’s order of preference. The first preferred city should be easy to travel to write the exam.

Other Preferences:

The other two preferences of exam centers are provided to handle the following cases:

  • Total seats for the city of your first choice have already been filled.
  • Exam center has been cancelled.

Allotment of SSC CGL Exam Centers: 

candidates are advised to complete their SSC CGL 2019 Application process at the earliest as the exam centers are allotted by SSC on a first come first serve basis. This may guarantee that they get the city of their first choice.

SSC Zone SSC CGL Exam Centers
Central Region Agra ( 3001 ), Allahabad ( 3003 ), Bareilly ( 3005 ), Gorakhpur ( 3007 ), Kanpur ( 3009 ), Lucknow ( 3010 ), Meerut ( 3011 ), Varanasi ( 3013 ), Bhagalpur ( 3201 ), Muzaffarpur ( 3205 ), Patna ( 3206 ) Agra(3001), Bareilly(3005), Gorakhpur (3007) ,
Kanpur (3009), Meerut(3011), Varanasi (3013), Allahabad(3003), Gaya(3203), Lucknow(3010)
Eastern Region Gangtok ( 4001 ), Ranchi ( 4205 ), Barasat ( 4402 ), Berhampore ( 4403 ), Chinsurah ( 4405 ), Jalpaiguri ( 4408 ), Kolkata ( 4410 ), Malda ( 4412 ), Midnapur ( 4413 ), Siliguri ( 4415 ), Bhubaneshwar ( 4604 ), Cuttack ( 4605 ), Keonjhargarh ( 4606 ), Port Blair ( 4802 ), Sambalpur ( 4609 ) Sambalpur(4609), Gangtok(4001), Jalpaiguri
(4408), Bhubaneshwar(4604), Cuttack (4605),
Ranchi(4205), Chinsurah ( 4405 ), Siliguri (4415)
Berhampore(4403), Malda(4412) Keonjhargarh
(4606). Bardhaman ( 4404 )
Kerala Karnataka Region Bangalore ( 9001 ), Dharwar ( 9004 ), Gulbarga ( 9005 ), Mangalore ( 9008 ), Kochi ( 9204 ), Thiruvananthapuram ( 9211 ), Thrissur ( 9212 ), Kozhikode ( Calicut ) ( 9206 ), Mysore ( 9009 ) Kochi(9204), Thrissur(9212), Gulbarga(9005),
Mangalore(9008), Dharwar(9004),Kozhikode
(Calicut) (9206)
Northern Region Almora ( 2001 ), Dehradun ( 2002 ), Haldwani ( 2003 ), Srinagar ( Uttarakhand ) ( 2004 ), Haridwar ( 2005 ), Delhi ( 2201 ), Ajmer ( 2401 ), Alwar ( 2402 ), Bikaner ( 2404 ), Jaipur ( 2405 ), Jodhpur ( 2406 ), Kota ( 2407 ), Udaipur ( 2409 ), Sriganganagar ( 2408 ) Bharatpur (2403) Kota(2407),Bikaner(2404),
Udaipur(2409), Ajmer(2401), Alwar(2402),
Sriganganagar(2408), Dehradun (2002),
Haldwani(2003),Almora (2001),Haridwar (2005)
North Eastern Region Itanagar ( 5001 ), Dibrugarh ( 5102 ), Guwahati ( Dispur ) ( 5105 ), Jorhat ( 5107 ), Silchar ( 5111 ), Imphal ( 5501 ), Shillong ( 5401 ), Aizwal ( 5701 ), Kohima ( 5302 ), Agartala ( 5601 ), Churachandpur ( 5502 ) Dibrugarh(5102), Jorhat(5107),Silchar(5111),
Imphal(5501), Shillong(5401), Aizwal(5701),
Kohima(5302), Churachandpur( 5502 )
Agartala(5601)Tura (5402), Goalpara(5104 ),
Tezpur ( 5112), Lakhimpur ( 5109 )
Southern Region Hyderabad ( 8002 ), Guntur ( 8001 ), Kurnool ( 8003 ), Rajahmundry ( 8004 ), Tirupati ( 8006 ), Coimbatore ( 8202 ), Chennai ( 8201 ), Madurai ( 8204 ), Puducherry ( 8401 ), Tirunelveli ( 8207 ), Tiruchirapalli ( 8206 ), Vishakhapatnam ( 8007 ) Rajahmundry(8004),Tirupati(8006), Coimbatore
(8202), Chennai(8201),Madurai(8204),Puducherry
(8401), Tirunelveli(8207), Tiruchirapalli(8206),
Vishakhapatnam (8007)
Western Region Ahmedabad ( 7001 ), Vadodara ( 7202 ), Rajkot ( 7006 ), Surat ( 7007 ), Bhavnagar ( 7009 ), Kutch ( 7010 ), Amravati ( 7201 ), Aurangabad ( 7202 ), Kolhapur ( 7203 ), Mumbai ( 7204 ), Nagpur ( 7205 ), Nanded ( 7206 ), Nashik ( 7207 ), Pune ( 7208 ), Thane ( 7210 ), Bhandara ( 7211 ), Chandrapur ( 7212 ), Akola ( 7213 ), Jalgaon ( 7214 ), Panaji ( 7801 ) (7203), Nagpur(7205), Panaji(7801), Pune(7208),
Madhya Pradesh Region Bhopal ( 6001 ), Chindwara ( 6003 ), Guna ( 6004 ), Gwalior ( 6005 ), Indore ( 6006 ), Jabalpur ( 6007 ), Khandwa ( 6009 ), Ratlam ( 6011 ), Satna ( 6014 ), Sagar ( 6015 ), Ambikapur ( 6201 ), Bilaspur ( 6202 ), Jagdalpur ( 6203 ), Raipur ( 6204 ), Durg ( 6205 ) Jagdalpur(6203), Chindwara(6003), Guna(6004),
Bilaspur(6202)Chattarpur(6002), Mandsaur(6010),
Jhabua(6008), Khandwa(6009), Rewa(6012),
Raipur(6204), Bhopal(6001), Gwalior(6005),
North Western Region Anantnag ( 1001 ), Baramula ( 1002 ), Jammu ( 1004 ), Leh ( 1005 ), Rajouri ( 1006 ), Srinagar ( 1007 ), Kargil ( 1008 ), Dodda ( 1009 ), Hamirpur ( 1202 ), Shimla ( 1203 ), Bhathinda ( 1401 ), Jalandhar ( 1402 ), Patiala ( 1403 ), Chandigarh ( 1601 ), Amritsar ( 1404 ) Jammu(1004), Srinagar(J&K)(1007), Shimla(1203),
Bhathinda (1401),Hamirpur (1202), Anantnag (1001),
Baramula(1002), Rajouri(1006)Kargil (1008), Dodda
(1009),Amritsar( 1404) Patiala (1403)

Exam Day Instructions

Once the exam center is allotted to an applicant, he/she needs to take care of certain things in the examination hall/center.

  • Dress Code
  • Items not allowed

SSC CGL Dress Code:

SSC strictly instructs a specific dress code during the conduction of SSC CGL Examination. Both male & Female candidates need to follow below mentioned dress code in order to avoid suspension of candidature from SSC CGL 2018-2019.

Dress Code for Male Candidates
  • Male Candidates are advised to Wear light coloured shirt/ t-shirt half sleeves with small buttons.
  • Any traditional wear like kurta or pyjama is not allowed.
  • Only plain sleepers or sandals with toes visible can be worn in the Exam Center
Dress code for Female Candidates
  • Female Candidates are advised to wear Light coloured, half sleeves kurtas or tops, with small buttons.
  • No brooch, flowers, bangles, jewellery, etc are allowed during the exam.
  • Women are not allowed to wear any kind of jewellery except Mangal Sutra.
  • Salwar’s, Patiala’s, and plain simple lowers cannot be worn.
  • Only Jeans or Leggings/ Jeggings can be worn.

Items not Allowed:

Candidates are not allowed to posses following list of items during the exam. If found any, applicants may be asked to leave the examination hall.

  • Stationary item such as bits of papers, textual material (written or printed), Pencil box/ Geometry, Plastic Pouch, Pen, Calculator, Scale, Pen Drive, Writing Pad, Eraser, Log Table, Calculator, Scanner/ Electronic Pen etc.
  • Watch/Wrist Watch, Camera, Bracelet, etc.
  • Communication devices such as Bluetooth, Mobile Phone, Earphones, Pager, Microphone, Health Band etc.
  • Items such as Goggles, Wallet, Handbags, Cap, Belt etc.
  • Ornaments such as Earrings, Ring, Nose-pin, Pendants, Chain/Necklace, Badge, Brooch are not allowed
  • Food items either opened or closed are not allowed.
  • Metallic item such as knife are strictly prohibited.
  • One should not have items that can be used for hiding Bluetooth device, camera

⇒Check Official SSC Notice regarding prohibited items during SSC CGL Examination.

SSC CGL Exam Centers - Items Not Allotted

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SSC GD Eligibility 2018-19 | Age Limit and Qualification

The SSC (Staff Selection Commission) released the SSC GD Notification 2018-19. Therefore, the following article has entire details of SSC GD Eligibility. The total vacancies are 54,953 for SSC GD Constable posts. Most noteworthy, the SSC GD Recruitment exam will take place between February 11, 2019 – March 13, 2019.

  • The SSC held out the Notification on July 20, 2018
    • Applicants have to clear a medical test as a part of eligibility criteria
    • Only those candidates can apply who have any degree/diploma or who are 10th/12th pass from a recognized board
    • Candidates who are 18-23 years old are, only, eligible to apply
    • The last date to apply for SSC GD is August 20, 2018
Name of the Exam SSC GD Constable 2018-19
Conducting Body Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Name of Post GD Constable
Number of Vacancies 54,953
Mode of Exam Online
Mode of Application Online
Age-Limit Males – 18-21 years, Females – 18-25 years
Official Website ssc.nic.in

Eligibility for SSC GD Constable

Lakhs of candidates appear in the SSC GD Constable exam, every year. Certainly, the SSC authorities have set the SSC GD Eligibility. Therefore, every candidate has to satisfy the eligibility criteria in order to get hired. The following information elaborates the SSC GD Eligibility.

SSC GD Eligibility: Age Limit

The aspirants of all categories sitting in the SSC GD exam has to meet the SSC GD Eligibility. Furthermore, the male candidates have to be in between 18-21 years of age. On the contrary, the female candidates’ ages have to be ranging in between 18-25 years.

Note: Only the age mentioned on 10th/12th certificates will be considered.

Age Relaxation: SSC Eligibility

SSC has given an advantage of age-relaxation to different categories. Hence, the following table shows which category got what age-relaxation.

Category Age Relaxation
Scheduled Castes (SC) 05 Years
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 05 Years
OBC 03 Years
Ex-Servicemen (Unreserved/General) 03 years after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date.
Ex-Servicemen (OBC) 06 years (3 years + 3 years) after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date
Ex-Servicemen (SC) 08 years (3 years + 5 years) after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date.
Ex-Servicemen (ST) 08 years (3 years + 5 years) after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date.
Departmental Male/ Female Candidates for open vacancies in Delhi Police Only Departmental Candidates (Unreserved) who have rendered not less than 3 years of regular and continuous service as on closing date Up to 30 years of age.
Departmental Candidates (OBC) who have rendered not less than 3years of regular and continuous service as on closing date Up to 33 years of age.
Departmental Candidates (SC) who have rendered not less than 3 years of regular and continuous service as on closing date Up to 35 years of age
Departmental Candidates (ST) who have rendered not less than 3 years of regular and continuous service as on closing date Up to 35 years of age
Sportsmen and women (unreserved) Up too 5 years
Sportsmen and women (OBC) Up to 5 years
Sportsmen and women (SC) Up to 10 (5+5) years
Sportsmen and women (ST) Up to 10 (5+5) years
Sons/daughters of serving, deceased, retired police personnel/ Multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police Up to 25 years of age
Widow/divorced women/ judicially separated women Up to 30 years of age

SSC GD Eligibility: Education Qualification

A candidate’s education qualification plays a huge role in the selection of SSC GD (constable). Therefore, candidates should know the qualifications which enable you to apply for SSC GD. It is mandatory as well as a very important part of SSC GD Eligibility.

Candidates who have completed their 10th/12th/graduation from a renowned university or board are eligible to apply for SSC GD. The aspirants who do not have any level of educational record, are not allowed to apply for the Constable post of SSC GD.

Nationality: SSC GD Eligibility

SSC has certainly set certain criteria in regard to the Nationality of the candidates. So, only those aspirants coming from the pre-decided places will be considered eligible to apply for SSC GD. The aspirants must belong from the areas mentioned below:

  • Indian Citizen
  • A subject of Bhutan
  • A subject of Nepal
  • Refugees from Tibet (settled permanently in India before January 1st, 1962)
  • People from Indian origin migrated from East African countries of Kenya, Burma, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Zaire, Malawi, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the plan to permanently stay in India

SSC Physical Eligibility

The physical test is a very crucial and the last part of SSC GD Eligibility. Candidates who will clear this, only, will get their confirmation call. Also, this exam arrives followed by the online exam of SSC GD.  The standard for physical test set are as follows:

  • First of all, you must qualify in the race event in order to appear in Long jump and High jump events
  • So, only 3 chances are given to clear the Long & High jump events
  • Once banned in the race, no candidate can request for the long and high jump.
  • Candidates can appeal if their height and chest measurements are on the same day of PE and MT
  • Moreover, female aspirants shall not undergo any chest measurements.
  • Also, if any female applicant is pregnant during PE and MT, she will be immediately rejected because they cannot take any tests
  • Furthermore, the candidates who take drugs will be disqualified during Physical Endurance Test right away

SSC GD Physical Endurance Test: Males

Age Race 1600 meters Long Jump High Jump
Up to 31 years 6 Minutes 14 Feet 3’9”
From the age above 31 to 40 years 7 Minutes 13 Feet 3’6”
Above 40 years 8 Minutes 12 Feet 3’3”

Females SSC GD Physical Test

Age Race 1600 meters Long Jump High Jump
Up to 31 years 08 Minutes 10 Feet 3’
From the age above 31 to 35 years 09 Minutes 09 Feet 2’9”

SSC Constable: Vacancy Eligibility

There is total 54,953 number of vacant seats available for SSC GD Constable placements. Moreover, the SSC states that there are 47,307 vacancies for males and 7647 vacancies for female candidates applying for the exam.

Consequently, SSC will hire immediately if the candidate clears all the rounds of SSC GD Eligibility.

Frequently Asked Questions regarding SSC GD Eligibility criteria

Q. How many attempts one can make for SSC GD Exam?

A. There is no limit or restriction over the number of times one can appear for the exam. So, if you fail once, you can appear again.

Q. Does SSC hire women?

A. Yes, definitely. The vacancies for women are lower than men but women are equally welcome to apply. So, they also undergo the different exam phases but there will be lesser rounds for women in Physical Endurance test.

Category No. of Vacancy
 Male 47307
 Female  7646

Q. I am 17 years 8 months. So, can I apply for SSC GD Exam?

A. No. You are certainly not. Most importantly, one has to be exactly 18 years old to be eligible for SSC GD Exam. The rules of SSC are strictly followed.

Q. What are the posts in SSC GD Constable?

A. SSC (Staff Selection Commission) GD Constable is hiring for various posts as follows:

GD (General Duty) for CISF, Rifleman, BSF, ITBP etc.

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SSC CGL Exam Dates 2018-2019 (Released) | Check @ ssc.nic.in

SSC CGL Exam Dates 2018- 2019 for the postponed exam are announced on the official website. Candidates can check all the important dates for SSC CGL at ssc.nic.in

  •  SSC CGL 2018 Tier I exam is scheduled on June 04, 2019 to June 19, 2019 in the online format
  • Candidates who had submitted the SSC CGL application form before June 04, 2018 for SSC CGL 2018 exam get to participate in the exam.
  • Aspiring candidates can apply for SSC CGL 2019.
  • SSC CGL Notification 2019 will be released on the official website on October 31, 2019.

SSC CGL Exam Dates 2018

SSC has finally announced the exam dates for the SSC CGL Exam 2018. It was delayed since the last year and will now be conducted in June 2019. Here are the SSC CGL Exam Dates 2018:

Events Dates
SSC CGL Application Form 2018 was released on May 05, 2018
Last date to apply for SSC CGL 2018 June 04, 2018
SSC CGL 2018 Tier I exam June 04, 2019- June 19, 2019
SSC CGL 2018 Tier II exam September 11, 2019- September 13, 2019
SSC CGL 2018 Tier III Exam December 29, 2019

SSC CGL Notification 2019

SSC CGL aspirants can apply for SSC CGL 2019 soon. SSC has released Exam dates for SSC CGL Notification 2019. Check the table below to know more about the SSC CGL Exam Dates 2019:

Events Dates
SSC CGL Application Form 2018 will be released on October 31, 2019
Last date to apply for SSC CGL 2019 November 28, 2019
SSC CGL 2019 exam To be notified later

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SSC Stenographer Result 2017 for Skill Test to be revised | Final Results delayed Again

SSC has released a notice regarding revision of Skill test SSC Stenographer Result 2017. Staff selection committee will release the final result tentatively on 29th March 2019 for stenographer Group ‘C’ & Group ‘D’ posts.

SSC Stenographer Result 2017 

Dear Aspirants,

SSC has released a notice regarding revision of Skill test SSC Stenographer Result 2017. Staff selection committee will release the final result tentatively on 29th March 2019 for stenographer Group ‘C’ & Group ‘D’ posts. SSC published an official notice claiming the same. The decision to release the SSC Stenographer Group C & Group D  final result has been made after the Commission is mandated to make recruitment to Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) posts and Group ‘C’ (non-technical) posts under Government of India and their attached and subordinate offices. They soon received representations from the candidates regarding evaluation of their Skill Test. Skill test result was earlier published twice but it is again to be re-evaluated by SSC.

Latest Notice regarding SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ exam 2017

The SSC declared the result of Skill Test of Stenographers Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ exam, 2017 on November 28, 2018 and uploaded it on the website of the Commission. A new result of the Skill Test for the exam was also declared on December 10, 2018.
“Consequent upon receipt of some representations from the candidates regarding evaluation of their Skill Test, the Commission has undertaken a comprehensive review of such cases,” the SSC said in the statement.
“The Commission will declare the final result of the above mentioned examination on 29-03-2019,” the statement added. There a total of 2267 candidates in the final stage of selection process for recruitment of Stenographer post in Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’.

Through this recruitment, a total of 1,473 vacancies will be filled by the Commission for various ministries and organizations out of which 1434 vacancies are for grade ‘D’ posts. Selected candidates will be on probation for a period of two years and during the period of probation, the candidates should undergo training or clear examinations if prescribed later.

⇒Download Official SSC Notice

How to Check SSC Stenographer Result?
NOTE:- Final result for for SSC Stenographer Group C and Group D post is scheduled to be released on 29th March 2019. We will update the direct links as soon as it is available on the official website of SSC.

Direct Link to Download SSC Stenographer Grade D Skill Test Result PDF

Direct link to Download SSC Stenographer Grade C Skill Test Result PDF

  • Click on the SSC Stenographer Links given Above.
  • SSC Stenographer Group C or Group D result will display on the screen
  • Download the PDF.
  • Click Ctrl+F and Search your Name or Roll Number.
  • If your name is there in the List, you are selected for the post.

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC Stenographer Result 2017 for Grade C & D. If you have any query or suggestion, Do write us in the comments below.

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SSC JHT Admit Card for N\W Region Out | Check Application status and Roll Number

SSC JHT Admit Card for Tier 1 is being released region wise as the SSC JHT exam is around the corner. Meanwhile applicants can check their Application status and know their roll numbers. Read along to find detailed steps and direct link to download SSC JHT call letter 2018-19

SSC JHT Admit Card: Know your Roll Numbers

SSC has been releasing SSC Junior Hindi Translator admit card 2018-19 region wise. The exam is conducted to fill posts for Junior Translators, Hindi Pradhyapak and Senior Hindi Translator. The SSC JHT paper 1 is scheduled to be held on 13th January 2019. The admit card will be released around 15 days before the exam. Previously, SSC had released the Application Status and Roll numbers of candidates from Karnataka Kerala Region and Southern Region. Now,  You can download your hall tickets from the links given below.

How to Download SSC JHT Admit Card – Step by Step Procedure

The detailed steps to download SSC Junior Hindi Translator Call letter is given below.

  • Visit the official website of SSC
  • Click on the ‘Admit Card‘ link from the top menu
  • Now, go to your respective SSC region website (Given below in table)
  • You will find the admit card link.
  • Enter your roll number/registration number and password.
  • SSC Junior Hindi Translator Admit card will appear on the screen.
  • Download the admit card and take a print out for future reference.

Note : We will update the direct link to download admit card region wise once it is officially released. You may also be able to check your SSC JHT application status.

SSC Region Admit Card Link
North Western Region Download SSC JHT NWR call letter
Eastern Region Download SSC JHT ER Admit card
Kerala Karnataka Region Download Junior Hindi Translator KKR Admit Card
Southern Region Download SSC JHT SR Call letter
North Eastern Region Download SSC Junior Hindi Translator NER Hall ticket
Western Region Download SSC JHT WR admit card
Madhya Pradesh Region Download Junior Translator MPR Hall ticket
Central Region Download SSC JHT CR admit card
Northern Region Download SSC JHT NR admit card

Details Mentioned in SSC JHT 2018 Admit Card

The admit card will contain following details. Please verify all the details and if any issue occurs, get it resolved through official authorities asap.

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Candidate’s Photograph
  • Roll Number and Registration Number
  • Exam Schedule and Venue
  • Thumb Impression
  • Signature
  • Exam Related Instructions

What documents should I Carry with SSC JHT call letter ?

The admit card will provide you entry to the exam hall. It is mandatory to bring admit card. Along with admit card, you must also carry any photo identity proof, 2 recent passport size photos and required stationery items. The list of valid id proof’s are as follows – PAN card, Aadhaar Card, Voter ID, Passport, Driving License, Bank Passbook

What to do if I face issue in downloading SSC JHT Hall Ticket?

In case, you are unable to download call letter for SSC Junior Hindi Translator, you can try one of the following methods :

  • First, Check if you have an active internet connection
  • Ensure you have entered all the login details correctly
  • Try downloading the admit card during late night or early morning

Important Dates for SSC Junior Engineer Admit Card 2018

The important dates related to admit card is given below.

Event Date
Notification Release Date  22nd Oct 2018
 Last Date to Apply  19th Nov 2018
 Admit Card Release  Dec 2018
 JHT paper 1  13th Jan 2019
 JHT Paper 2 To be notified

Hope this article will give you enough information about SSC JHT admit card for paper I. Share your valuable feedback in the comments section. Stay tuned for more updates.

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SSC Stenographer Result 2017 for Skill Test to be revised | Final Results delayed

SSC has released a notice regarding revision of Skill test SSC Stenographer Result 2017.Also, Northern Region (NR) has released the date of commencement of Document verification from 7th December 2018. Read in details below.

SSC Stenographer Result 2017 Skill Test Under Revision 

Dear Aspirants,

According to the latest notice released by SSC, the final SSC Steno Result 2017 will not be published on 28th December 2018. This is due to some objections raised on the SSC Stenographer Skill Test Result 2017. Previously, the Skill test results for SSC Steno 2017 was declared on 28th December, along with an additional list on 10th December. But considering the objections raised, the commission has considered revising the evaluation of Skill Test. However, this process will take some time and the final result will be intimated through further notices by SSC. You can read the notice from the given link below.

Official Notice regarding SSC Steno Skill Test Result Revision PDF

SSC Steno Grade D Hindi Batch Result Released

SSC has released Batch-III of the Stenographer Grade ‘D’ – Hindi held on 09-09-2018 in SSC (Northern Region). Staff Selection Commission has declared SSC Stenographer Result for Skill Test. All the Grade C and D candidates who appeared for the test can check the result PDF using the direct link mentioned in this post. Document verification for the Northern region will commence from 7th December 2018. Applicants from Northern Region (NR) can check the official notice in this post below.

SSC conducted the SSC Steno Grade “C” and “D” Skill Test on 21st November 2018 at exam centers throughout India. Candidates who appeared for the Skill Test were eagerly waiting for the results. Check further details below;

Latest Notice:- SSC Stenographer Additional Result for Batch-III Grade ‘D’ Hindi

SSC Stenographer Document Verification Date Notice (Northern Region) Released

Staff selection Commission, SSC (NR) has released the document verification date for Group C and Group D Stenographer candidates from Northern Region. As per the official notice, the verification process will commence on 7th December 2018. Applicants can check the official notice below;

How to Check SSC Stenographer Result?

Direct Link to Download SSC Stenographer Grade D Skill Test Result PDF

Direct link to Download SSC Stenographer Grade C Skill Test Result PDF

  • Click on the SSC Stenographer Links given Above.
  • SSC Stenographer Group C or Group D result will display on the screen.
  • Download the PDF.
  • Click Ctrl+F and Search your Name or Roll Number.
  • If your name is there in the List, you are selected for the post.

Toprankers congratulates all those who have passed the SSC Stenographer Skill Test. The Following Result is list of Candidates selected after the Skill Test. Now after completion of Skill Test, candidates will be called for Document Verification and then will finally get selected.

SSC Stenographer Grade C and D Skill Test 2017 Write Up:

Selection Process for SSC Stenographer Grade C and Grade D comprises of written test, Skill Test, and Document verification.

Examination Paper Pattern of written Exam:

  1. Scheme of Examination:

The details of the computer-based examination are mentioned below –

Date of Exam Part Subject No. of Questions Maximum

Marks

Total Duration
4.9.2017 to

7.9.2017

I 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)

II General Awareness 50 50
III English Language and Comprehension 100 100

The question paper will be of Objective Multiple choice types. Questions will be set in Hindi and English except for Part-III. There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. Candidates are, therefore, advised to keep this in mind while answering the question.

Skill Test:

The candidates will have to appear for the stenography test. The candidates will be given one dictation for 10 minutes in English / Hindi at the speed of 100 w.p.m. for the post of Stenographer Grade “C‟ and 80 w.p.m. for the post of Stenographer Grade “D‟. The matter will have to be transcribed on the computer. The transcription time is as follows:-

Stenographer Grade Time Duration of Skill Test
Stenographer Grade D English 50 minutes
Stenographer Grade D Hindi 65 Minutes
Stenographer Grade C English 40 minutes
Stenographer Grade C Hindi 55 Minutes

The number of Selected Candidates after SSC Stenographer Skill Test 2017:

SSC Stenographer Grade Number of Selected Candidates
SSC Stenographer Group C 8469
SSC Stenographer Group D 15004

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION ON SSC STENOGRAPHER GROUP C and D

SSC Stenographer Grade C and D 2017 Cutoff

Category SSC Stenographer

Grade C

SSC Stenographer

Grade D

General 141.00 134.50
SC 127.00 123.50
ST 101.00 106.50
Ex.S 40.00
OH 100.00 106.00
OBC 138.00 124.50
VH 100.00 66.00

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SSC Notice | Latest Update on SSC JHT, Stenographer and Selection Posts!

SSC has published an official notice regarding the revision of exam dates for SSC Stenographer, JHT and Selection Posts – SSC Notice

SSC Notice

Dear Aspirants,

SSC has released a notice where the examination dates for SSC Stenographer, SSC JHT and SSC Selection Posts have been revised. Applicants can check the examination dates in the Notice mentioned below. 

SSC Official Notice for Service Providers to Conduct CBT ExaminationSSC Notice Regarding revision of exam dates of SSC Stenographer, Selection Posts and JHT

Download Latest Official Notification

SSC Latest Update: SSC CPO & CGL Expected Date

SSC Notice – SSC has released alatest notice on the vendor for Exam conduct of SSC. Besides, also know the Expected Dates for SSC CPO and SSC CGL 2018. Watch the Live Discussion Video.

Staff Selection Commission has released a notification regarding RFP for identification of Service Providers to conduct Computer Based Examination. SSC has published the Request for Proposal (RFP) on 17th Aug 2018. SSC has addressed the queries received from the bidders. Details of responses are at Annex-1 and the changes made to certain clauses of the RFP are reflected in the corrigendum given below. Bidders may refer to the Corrigendum along with the RFP. Find the official notice below.

SSC Notice – Amendments in SSC CGL Age Limit

SSC Revised Dates

Staff Selection Commission has released an announcement making some changes in the notice released on 5th May, 2018. The changes are done on Para 2.1. The change is on age limits regarding the post of Group B Inspector under Central Bureau of Narcotics. Previously the age limits for the post was 18 to 27 years. According to the latest amendment the upper age limit has been extended to 30 years.

You can find the detailed changes in the official notification attached below:

Read below to know the previous updates done by SSC.

SSC Launched its new website

The Staff Selection Commission has launched a new website with different look today. SSC has made the new website live today in its official notice. However the old website will also be accessible through a link provided in the new one.  Candidates applying for the Constable(GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF, Riflemen in Assam Rifles exam will be able to do one-time registration there itself as well as submit the online application for 2018 exam.

Have a look at the new SSC Official Website.

Download the latest notification of SSC website change below

SSC Notice – SSC CGL Tier I Postponed

Staff Selection Commission has released the official revised exam calendar. In this notice, the exam date of SSC CGL Tier I exam 2018 is not mentioned. Therefore, it is expected that SSC CGL Tier I will get postponed. Earlier, the exam was scheduled from 25th July to 20th August 2018. The exact exam date of SSC CGL has not been notified yet.

In this revised SSC Annual Calendar, you will find the list of all SSC exam dates. However, for most of the exams, the date is set to be notified later.

Download Official Exam Calendar

Do write us in the comment section how do you feel about the delaying of SSC CGL Tier I Exam. Also, tell us did you find our post on SSC Notice regarding revised exam calendar helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more official updates. And do share your thoughts with us in the comments section below. ‘Cause your opinion matters!

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SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern 2018 | Check Pattern Here!

SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern – Check the latest SSC Stenographer exam pattern here.

SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern

Staff Selection Commission holds the Stenographer exam for recruitment to Grade C and D posts. As the notification was published on 22nd October 2018, candidates can apply for the same till 9th November 2018. The eligibility criteria for this post is minimal. You need to clear only 12th Standard examination to write this exam. So, this is a very good opportunity for you to try and grab a govt. job. Your selection to the post will depend upon your performance in the two phases of the exam. The first phase is the Computer-Based Exam and the next phase is the Skill Test. Only if you qualify the first round, you will be called for the next round. To prepare for this post, the first step is to go through the latest SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern. We have provided the same below.

SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern:

⇒Computer Based Test

All the questions are of objective nature. And there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong attempt. You can take all the sections but English Language in either English or Hindi.

Section No. of Questions Marks Time
Reasoning Ability 50 50 2 hours in total
General Awareness 50 50
English Language 100 100
Total 200 200

⇒Skill Test

  • A dictation will be given in 10 minutes. For Grade C posts, your typing speed should be 100 words per minute. And for Grade D posts, your speed should be 80 words per minute.
  • You need to transcribe the dictation on the Computer. For Grade C posts, you will get 50 minutes to complete it (65 minutes for Hindi). And for Grade D posts, you will get 40 minutes to complete (55 minutes for Hindi).

SSC Stenographer Preparation Tips:

  • The first step is to check the latest exam pattern in detail.
  • Also, go through the complete syllabus.
  • The next step will be to collect standard and quality study material. Random books won’t boost your preparation.
  • Practice is the key factor for Reasoning Ability section.
  • Read newspaper daily and yearbooks to ace General Awareness section. You can also install a news App to stay up-to-date with the latest events.
  • Reading will also help you in the English Language section. Read the Hindu to improve your vocabulary as well as communication skills.
  • Try to speak with friends and family in English as much as possible.
  • Have proper rest and nutrition to keep your mind and body at its maximum potential.

SSC Stenographer Recommended Books:

⇒Reasoning Ability

  • Thorpe, E. – Test of Reasoning (Pearson)
  • Prakashan, K. – Kiran’s Tricky Approach to Competitive Reasoning (Kiran Prakashan)

⇒General Awareness

  • Manorama Year Book
  • Lucent’s General Edition

⇒English Language

  • Lewis, N. – Word Power Made Easy (Penguin)
  • Wren & Martin – High School Grammar & Composition (S. Chand)
  • Aggarwal, R.S., Aggarwal, V. – Objective General English (S. Chand)
  • Thorpe, E. – Objective English (Pearson)

So, tell us, did you find our post on SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more exam pattern updates.

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