Sunday, December 16, 2018

FAQs SSC CGL (Frequently Asked Question)


ssc cgl faq

Why should I go for SSC government jobs? (SSC CGL FAQ)

I am currently working in a good MNC and I earn a handsome salary and incentives.

Though you earn handsome salary and incentives in MNC still private jobs always exist under the terror of insecurity and they are subject to recession. When you are in a Govt. job you have a secured future. Your earning is also good and if you are selected for good Grade ‘A’ posts of SSC (CGL exams), you enjoy power as well as prestige.

What are the posts for which the SSC conducts exams? (SSC CGL FAQ)

The SSC conducts open examinations mainly on Graduate Level and 10+2 Level. The various posts which exist under Graduate Level are Assistants, in CSS, AFHQ, MEA etc, Inspectors in Central Excise / Preventive Officer / Income Tax, Inspector of Posts, Sub Inspector in CBI, Divisional Accountants, Auditors, UDC etc and 10+2 Level Stenographer "C", Stenographer "D", & Lower Division Clerk.

What is the selection procedure of examinations conducted by the SSC?  (SSC CGL FAQ)

The Staff Selection Commission conducts Graduate Level Examination and 10+2 Examination every year for various posts. Those candidates who qualify in the prelims are required to appear for the Mains. Candidates qualifying in the mains have to appear for an Interview or Physical Efficiency Test (PET). Those qualifying in the 10+2 Level Main Exam are required to pass a skill test (typing or stenography). Some exams such as the Section Officers, Investigators etc, are held separately and no prelims are held for them.

What are the age limits and age relaxations for examinations conducted by SSC-CGL?

  • A. For post of Inspector of Income Tax / Inspector (Central Excise) / Inspector (Preventive Officer) / Inspector (Examiner) / Inspector of Posts / Assistant Enforcement Officer / Inspector (CBN) Compiler / Divisional Accountant / Auditors / UDCs / Tax Assistants / Junior Accountant & Accountant / Sub-Inspector (CBN) - 18 to 27 years for general category.
  • B. Statistical Investigator Gr.II - Not exceeding 32 years

  • C. Assistant/Sub Inspector in CBI - 20-30 years

Age Relaxations  (SSC CGL FAQ)

  • 5 years in the upper age limit for SCs/STs and 40 years for SC/ST women.
  • 3 years for OBCs and 38 years for OBC women.

  • 10 years for physically handicapped candidates.

  • 35 years for widows, divorced women and judicially separated women for UR category.

How much time does it take for the SSC to nominate candidates after declaration of the final results of an Examination? (SSC CGL FAQ)

It generally takes about 30-40 days to process the database of successful candidates. Thereafter, the candidates are nominated to the respective Departments / Ministries, to which they have been allocated. The Concerned Department / Ministry issues the offer of appointment to the candidates, within about two months, after completing the due formalities.

What is the educational qualification for Graduate Level Examination and 10+2 Examination? (SSC CGL FAQ)

Educational qualification for Graduate Level Examination is graduation, and for 10+2 Examination is matriculation qualification or High School.

Is there any exemption in application fees. If yes, then for whom? (SSC CGL FAQ)

Women candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Physically Handicapped, and Ex-Servicemen are exempted from paying the application fee.

Is there any negative marking in SSC entrance exams? (SSC CGL FAQ)

Yes, 0.50 mark is deducted for every wrong answer.

My aim is to be an IAS officer. Can the syllabus of SSC entrance exam be of any help? (SSC CGL FAQ)

SSC entrance exam syllabus covers Maths, Reasoning, and English and in 2011 the UPSC introduced these subjects in CSAT paper II. The General Studies for SSC exam (Tier I) also builds a strong foundation for IAS Pre (Paper I). Thus syllabus of SSC contributes for IAS preparation also.

I am preparing for Bank PO as well as for SSC. Is there any similarity between the two? (SSC CGL FAQ)

Reasoning and English of SSC exams are comparatively easy. Generally, it is observed that the Maths section of SSC has more or less same syllabus as that of Bank PO exams.

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