Direct link for SSC http://ssconline.nic.in apply here. Application End Date – 16.06.2017 (upto 5:00 p.m)
All Graduates even MBA aspirants should apply for SSC CGL exam as well.
1. Govt jobs
Recruitment for most of the coveted organisations is done via SSC like Central Vigilance Commission, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Railway, Ministry Of External Affairs, Controller General of Account and many more.
In private companies your decision are felt in the company but here your decisions will help shape future of the country. So profile offered is awesome.
3. Reality check before CAT CAT CET.
SSC Exam is divided into 4 stages which will test your skills and patience to the fullest. Stage 1 and 2 will happen before CAT. If you are unable to crack easier round 1 of 60 mins.. what you gonna do in CAT! good reality check.
4. Mock for 100/-
What ever number of mock tests you take; the tension of a real exam cannot be replicated.
Even if you don’t want to go for a Govt job. 100/- cost is not a bad bet for a mock. If you crack SSC great otherwise will take it as a mock before CAT and CET.
SSC CGL 2017: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the application form of SSC CGL recruitment on May 16. The official SSC CGL 2017 notice was released on May 15. The recruitment process of SSC CGL 2017 is being conducted to fill 3805 vacancies in different categories of Group B and C posts in ministries/ departments/ organisations such as Central Vigilance Commission, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Railway, Ministry Of External Affairs, Controller General of Account, Central Secretariat Service, etc. The SSC Combined Graduate Level exam will be conducted in four stages – Tier I, Tier II, Tier III & Tier IV. As per the official notification, the Tier I exam of SSC CGL will be conducted in computer based mode from August 1 to 20, 2017. Candidates qualifying the SSC CGL 2017 Tier I will be called for the Tier II exam scheduled to be conducted on November 10 & 11, 2017. Candidates on the basis of their performance in the Tier I & II will be shortlisted for Tier III & Tier IV. The Tier III of SSC CGL will be conducted on January 21, 2018 followed by Tier IV in February 2018. The marks obtained by the candidates in Tier I, Tier II & Tier III will be added together for preparing the final merit list. Candidates will be selected for various posts and departments on the basis of ranks and post preferences.
SSC CGL 2017 Important dates
Candidates can check below for application, exam, result and admit card dates of SSC CGL 2017 in the important dates table given below.
|SSC CGL 2017 events||Important dates|
|Release of SSC CGL 2017 notification||May 16, 2017|
|Start date of SSC CGL 2017 application process||May 16, 2017|
|Last date of submitting the application form of SSC CGL||June 16, 2017|
|Tier I exam of SSC CGL 2017||August 1 to 20, 2017|
|Release of admit card for SSC CGL Tier I||July 2017|
|Tier II exam of SSC CGL 2017||November 10 & 11, 2017|
|Release of admit card for SSC CGL Tier II||October 2017|
|Tier III exam of SSC CGL||January 21, 2018|
|Release of Admit Card for Tier III||December 2017|
|Tier IV exam of SSC CGL 2017||February 2018|
|Declaration of Tier I result||July/ August 2017|
|Declaration of Tier II result||September/October 2017|
|Declaration of final result of SSC CGL||March/April 2017|
SSC CGL 2017 – Number of vacancies, Salary, Posts of SSC CGL
Candidates can check below for the posts, ministries, grade pay, gross salary and in-hand salary.
|Group||Posts||Ministries/Department||Grade Pay||Gross Salary||In Hand Salary|
|Group “B”||Assistant Audit Officer||Indian Audit & Accounts Department under CAG||4,800||54,864 – 61,424||50,725 – 57,285|
|Group “B”||Assistant Section Officer||Central Secretariat Service||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||Central Vigilance Commission||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||Intelligence Bureau||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||Ministry of Railway||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||Ministry of External Affairs||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||AFHQ||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||Other Ministries/ Departments||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Inspector(Central Excise)||CBEC||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Inspector(Preventive Officer)||CBEC||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Inspector(Examiner)||CBEC||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant Enforcement Officer||Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Assistant||Other Ministries/ Departments||4,200||32,667 – 37,119||29,455 – 33,907|
|Group “B”||Sub Inspector||Central Bureau of Investigation||4,200||32,667 – 37,119||29,455 – 33,907|
|Group “B”||Inspector of Posts||Department of Post||4,200||32,667 – 37,119||29,455 – 33,907|
|Group “B”||Statistic alI investigator Gr.II||Ministry of Statistics & Prog. Implementation.||4,200||32,667 – 37,119||29,455 – 33,907|
|Group “B”||Inspector||Central Bureau of Narcotics||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “B”||Sub Inspector||National Investigation Agency (NIA)||4,200||32,667 – 37,119||29,455 – 33,907|
|Group “C”||Inspector(Income Tax)||CBDT||4,600||41,003 – 46,183||36,864 – 42,044|
|Group “C”||Auditor||Offices under CAG||2,800||27,766 – 31,790||25,123 – 29,147|
|Group “C”||Auditor||Offices under CGDA||2,800||27,766 – 31,790||25,123 – 29,147|
|Group “C”||Auditor||Offices under CGA
|2,800||27,766 – 31,790||25,123 – 29,147|
|Group “C”||Accountant/ Junior Accountant||Offices under CAG||2,800||27,766 – 31,790||25,123 – 29,147|
|Group “C”||Accountant/ Junior Accountant||Offices under CGA
|2,800||27,766 – 31,790||25,123 – 29,147|
|Group “C”||Sr. Secretariat Assistant||Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres.||2,400||24,446 – 28,180||22,121 – 25,855|
|Group “C”||Tax Assistant||CBDT||2,400||24,446 – 28,180||22,121 – 25,855|
|Group “C”||Tax Assistant||CBEC||2,400||24,446 – 28,180||22,121 – 25,855|
|Group “C”||Compiler||Registrar General of India||2,400||24,446 – 28,180||22,121 – 25,855|
|Group “C”||Sub Inspector||Central Bureau of Narcotics||2,400||24,446 – 28,180||22,121 – 25,855|
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has recently released SSC CGL Notification and there are many doubts/queries coming in the mind of aspiring candidates. Below is a list of frequently asked questions and their answers which we hope will help you all while preparing for the exam. So read the below given points carefully.
Question: What is SSC CGL Exam?
Answer: Ahead of you is the SSC CGL Exam for government jobs in India. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is the Body which conducts the CGL or Combined Graduate Level Examination. SSC is also the body which finally does the selection and recruitment for the advertised vacancies in central govt. departments including Union Ministries.
Question: What is the Eligibility Qualification for SSC CGL Examination?
Answer: As per the notification which is now withdrawn by SSC, Essential Qualifications:
i) Assistant Audit Officer
a) Essential Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University or Institute
b) Desirable Qualifications for the Post of Assistant Audit Officer: Chartered Accountant or cost & Management Accountant or Company Secretary or Masters in Commerce or Masters in Business Studies or Masters in Business Administration (Finance) or Masters in Business Economics.
ii) Statistical Investigator Grade – II: Bachelor’s Degree in any subject from a recognized University or Institute with at least 60% in Mathematics at 12th standard level: OR Bachelor’s Degree in any subject with Statistics as one of the subjects at degree level.
iii) Compiler: Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized University with Economics or Statistics or Mathematics as compulsory or Elective subject.
iv) All other Posts: Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University or equivalent.
Note: As the notification released on 9th Feb, a change was noticed in the date of completion of Graduation i.e. 1st August which earlier used to be 1st January.
Question: What is the Age Limit for SSC CGL Examination?
Answer: The Age limit is calculated as on 1 January of the examination year.
The age limits are different for different posts. Generally, the age limits are 18 to 27 years on the crucial date.
18- 27 Years
Assistant in CVC
Assistant in Railway
Assistant in MEA Assistant in AFHQ
Assistant in Other Ministries
Income Tax Inspector (ITI)
Excise Inspector Preventive Officer (PO)
Examiner Inspector of Posts (IP)
Inspector in CBN
Tax Assistants (CBDT)
Junior Accountant & Accountant
Assistant Section Officer in CSS
Assistant in Intelligence Bureau (IB)
Assistant Enforcement Officer SI in National Investigation Agency (NIA)
Sub Inspector in CBI
Statistical Investigator Gr.II
18-25 Years for SI in CBI
SI in CBI
Question: What is the Written Examination Dates for SSC CGL 2016 Examination?
Tier I – August
Tier II – November
Question: What is the Selection Process of SSC CGL ?
Answer: The Examination will be conducted in three tiers as indicated below:
Tier -I — Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type)
Tier -II — Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type)
Tier -III — Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill Test (wherever applicable)/ Document Verification
NOTE: Interview round is not included in the selection process making the recruitment process tough for the aspiring candidates as we can surely expect the cut off to rise this time.
Question: Does SSC CGL exam have sectional cutoffs like in IBPS and RBI exams?
Answer: There is no Sectional cut Offs.
Question: I’m in the last semester/ last year of college? Can I apply?
Answer: Yes, If your final result/marksheet is declared before 1st august you are eligible.
NOTE: If marks are not available, equivalent marks (upto last semester marks) may be filled or marks column may be left blank.
Question: I have 45% marks in graduation , can i fill this form ?
Answer: Central govt recruitment is based on merit system , for this they conduct written exam .
Less marks in graduation / 10th / 12th does not create any problem .
There is no such specific criteria, you can go ahead.
Question: Is Aadhar Card mandatory to fill SSC CGL Exam?
Answer: No it is not mandatory to possess Aadhar Card to register for SSC CGL Exam.
Question: About OBC creamy Layer
Answer: To claim OBC reservation benefit, you need two certificates i.e. the caste certificate and the creamy layer certificate. It should be in the format provided by SSC.
Candidates claiming OBC status may note that certificate on creamy layer status should have been obtained according to the dates mentioned in the exam advt. This depends on the income/status of your PARENTS (this is clearly mentioned in page 10 of the official notification), means this doesn’t depend on your own job/business OR your husband’s job/business. If your mom/dad is government employee then INCOME criteria doesn’t apply. (e.g. if dad is class3 employee, then it doesn’t matter whether he gets 6 lakhs or 7 lakhs. You’re still noncream layer. If your parents have private business, then income criteria applies. (Max. 6 Lakh rupees annual income) In short, make sure you’ve these certificates, else make trip to Tehsildar’s office/Collector Office/Jan-Seva Kendra and get the proper certificates. Otherwise, SSC will reject you at the last stage, during document verification and your entire year will be wasted for nothing
Question: I use -5D spectacles, will it create any problem in income tax inspector or any other post?
Answer: No, no problem at all. Your vision should be 6/6 using glasses.
Question: Which category of candidates is exempted from examination fees for exams?
Answer: SC/ST, physically handicapped, Ex-servicemen and women candidates are exempted from payment of fees.
Question: Is tier 1 of qualifying nature only?
Answer: There are many rumours going around of making Tier-I of qualifying nature only. But it’s not possible at all in case of SSC. So, clear the butterflies in your bellies, if there’s any. Pattern is the same.
Question: What is the Syllabus of the SSC CGL EXAM?
Answer: Please follow this link for the details.
Question: When is a reserved candidate said to be qualified on UR standards?
Answer: A reserved category candidates, if meets the cut-off that of UR candidates and has not sought age relaxation is said to be qualified on UR standards. In that case he also becomes eligible to be appointed on UR seats too.
For example in Tier-II CGLE-2011 result the cut-off for UR is 354.75; and If an OBC etc candidate has scored 354.75 or more marks and is aged below 27 on the day of reckoning age for the exam will be said that he has qualified on UR standards. And thus for him the total vacancies will be 1552 (VACANCIES FOR UR) + 883 (Vacancies for OBC) = 2435. Otherwise his vacancies would have been just 883. Also while allotting seat to him he is chosen for the category which is in his favour.
Question: Last but not the least, how many vacancies are there in CGL?
Answer: This is the question that is bothering every candidate but actually at this point even SSC doesn’t know the exact number of vacancies. No. of posts are given by the individual department to SSC at the time of interview itself and in the final result only, we will come to know the exact vacancies. Even the RTI results have seen the deviations in this regard.
Question: Is passing of colour-blindness test necessary for CGLE posts?
Answer: Passing of the colour-blindness testis necessary for EXAMINER, PREVENTIVE OFFICER, EXCISE INSPECTOR, SI CBI, SI NIA and INSPECTOR CBN
Question: Is it mandatory to appear in SSC CGL Paper III (Statistics) exam as my name is in the list?
Answer: No, it is not compulsory.
Question: Why my name is in the list of candidates who are eligible to appear for Paper III?
Answer: Well, at the time of filling up of application form, you must have selected Statistical Investigator as one of your post preference. Do you remember?
Question: Then what will happen if I am absent in Paper III exam?
Answer: If you don’t write paper III exam, then you will not be considered for Statistical Investigator post. But you will get any of the rest of the posts you applied for, if you qualify.
Question: If I appear in statistics paper and unable to qualify, then won’t I get any of the posts?
Answer: Well, if you are unable to pass in paper III, then you will be considered for other posts. SSC will consider your name for another post for which you are eligible.
Question: After qualifying in Paper III, should I need to provide any documents in favour of statistics paper during documents verification?
Answer: During your documents verification, you need to provide your degree/ master level certificates/ mark sheet to give a proof that you have studied statistics paper in your college level exam. It is mandatory.
Question: Can I Prepare for both the SSC and IBPS at the same time?
Answer: Yes any aspirants can prepare for SSC, IBPS and even for any other competitive exam at the same time because the syllabus of all the exams are more or less similar. And with a proper strategy you may get success in all the exams.
Question: I am preparing for Civil Services, should I prepare for SSC Exams also ?
Answer: Why not ? An aspirant of Civil Services can also prepare for SSC exams because after change in pattern and syllabus of Civil Services in 2011 now you have to prepare math, reasoning and unseen passages even for the civil services exam and all these sections are the part of SSC exams also. And GS is the part of syllabus of both SSC and Civil services. So you should certainly prepare for SSC exam even when you are preparing for Civil Services.
Question: What is the time required for preparing for SSC Exams?
Answer: If you are serious about study and ready to dedicate 5 to 6 hours daily for study, then normally you may prepare the syllabus within 4 to 5 months. There are many students who got success within 4 months of preparation.
Question: Need to join a coaching center for SSC exams or like exams?
Answer: If you are able to grab the things of your own, then in my opinion nothing is better than self-study. I don’t think visiting a coaching center is