SSC Recruitment 2018 - 19 Upcoming Exam Latest Notification and News

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

SSC Recruitment 2018 - 19 Upcoming Exam Latest Notification and News


SSC Notification 2018
SSC stands for Staff Selection Commission is an organization which is under Government of India for recruitment of staff for different posts in Ministries office, Department of Government of India and Subordinate offices. This organization was established in 4 November 1975. SSC conduct exam for this recruitment often known’s SSC CGL which stands for Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination.  The headquarters of SSC is in New Delhi, India.








History-:  The Estimates Committee recommended the setting up of a Service Selection Commission on 47th report (1967-68) in the Parliament for conducting the examination for lower post categories. On the 4 November 1975, the Government of India constituted a commission called Subordinate Service Commission. On 26 September 1977, Subordinate Services Commission was renamed as Staff Selection Commission. The function of SSC was redefined by Government of India and a new function comes to run in 1 June 1999.  Every year SSC conducts the SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination for recruiting non-gazetted officers to various government jobs.

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SSC Online Application Form
SSC CHSL DEO LDC 
SSC CGL Application Form
SSC MTS Application Form
SSC Stenographer Notification
SSC Junior Engineer Recruitment
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Notification
SSC Eastern Region Recruitment
SSC Western Region Recruitment
SSC Sub Inspector Recruitment



SSC Results and Admit Card
SSC CHSL Result
SSC Non-Technical Admit Card
SSC SI Admit Card
SSC CGL Admit Card
SSC MTS Answer Key


SSC Syllabus and Question Papers
SSC CHSL Syllabus
SSC CGL Syllabus
SSC MTS Syllabus
SSC Online Registration Part 1 & 2
SSC Exam Calendar

Every year Staff Selection Commission (SSC) announced the various and huge number of post in the different departments of India.

SSC Scientific Assistant Online Link {Available} 

Posts under SCC-: There are following posts which come under SCC-:

1)      Assistant Audit Officer
2)      Inspector Examiner (CBEC)
3)      Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)
4)      Assistant (MEA)
5)      Central Excise Inspector (CBEC)
6)      Preventive Officer Inspector (CBEC)
7)      Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)
8)      Assistant (Central Vigilance Commission)
9)      Assistant (AFHQ)
10)   Assistant (Ministry of Railway)
11)   Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)
12)   Assistant Section Officer (CSS)
13)   Sub Inspectors (CBI)
14)   Assistant (Other Ministries)
15)   Divisional Accountant (CAG)
16)   Inspector (Narcotics)
17)   Sub Inspectors (NIA)
18)   Statistical Investigator
19)   Inspector (Dept. of Post)
20)   Sub-Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)
21)   Auditor C&AG
22)   Auditor CGDA
23)   Auditor CGA
24)   Tax Assistant CBEC
25)   Tax Assistant CBDT
26)   Accountant/ Junior Accountant Offices under C&AG
27)   Accountant/ Junior Accountant Offices under CGA
28)   Senior Secretariat Assistant
29)   Compiler (Registrar General of India)
30)   Stenographer
31)   JE
32)   CPO
33)   CHSL
34)   MTS


Syllabus-: The SSC exam conducts in two Tires. Each tire has syllabus and qualify criteria. The syllabuses are as follows-:


Tire-1 Syllabus-:

English Language

Reading Comprehension- Passages based on any topic. Questions are mostly fact based & can be directly picked out of the passage. Sometimes vocabulary questions are asked on commonly used words. Scoring, Easy to Solve, High Accuracy Possible, Time Consuming

Fill in the Blanks-: A mix of grammar and vocabulary based questions. Important topics: Phrasal verbs, conjunctions, prepositions, tenses, usage in context, confusable words. The number of question may be 0-5.

Spellings-: Choose the correctly spelt word or the misspelled word from different words. The same word can be spelt in different ways and you are asked to select the correct spelling. The number of question may be 0-2.

Phrase or Idiom Meaning-: The meaning of the phrase or idiom can be asked in a sentence. The meaning can also be asked directly. The number of question may be 0-2.
One Word Substitution-: Substitute one word for the phrase given. Go through a list of the one word substitutions from past papers and solve questions on one word substitution. The number of question may be 3-5.

Phrase Replacement/ Sentence Correction-: A mix of grammar and vocabulary Based questions. Important Topics: Tenses, Subject-Verb Agreement, Article-Noun Agreement, Correct Part of Speech, Correct use of Prepositions, Parallelism, Phrasal Verbs, Sentence Construction, Degree of Comparison, Correct use of different parts of speech, Easily confusable words, Usage in Context, Avoid guessing too much in these questions. Be aware of no-improvement questions. The number of question may be 5.

Error Spotting-: Tenses, Subject-Verb Agreement, Article-Noun Agreement, Correct Part of Speech, Correct use of Prepositions, Parallelism, Phrasal Verbs, Sentence Construction, Degree of Comparison, Correct use of different parts of SSC.


General Awareness
·   Static GK-: Culture, Indian History, Geography (Indian + World), Environment, Economy, Polity. The number of question may be 14.

·    Science-: Biology, Chemistry, Physics + Space Science, Computer & Mobile Technology, Diseases, Pollution & Nutrition. The number of question may be 9.

·     Others-: Current Affairs, Sports, People in News, Books & Authors, Important Dates, Schemes, Portfolios. The number of question may be 2.


Quantitative Aptitude

·         Simplification-: Questions on BODMAS Rule, Fractions,  Surds and Indices etc. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Interest-: Problems on Simple, Compound Interests and Installments. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Percentage-: Calculation oriented basic Percentage Problems. The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Ratio and Proportion-: Problems on Simple, Compound Ratios and Direct/Indirect Proportions. The number of question may be 1-2 .

·         Average-: Problems on Average, Weight/Height/Marks etc. The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Problems on Ages-: Basic Problems on Ages The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Speed Time And Distance-: Problems on Average/Relative speeds, Boats, Trains etc. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Profit and Loss-: Problems on Profit/Loss, Dishonest/Successive dealings, Partnerships etc. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Number Series-: Moderate to difficult problems on Completing the series, Finding Missing/Wrong Term. The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Number System-: Moderate problems on LCM & HCF, Irrational or Rational Numbers, Proper steps should be followed to solve irrational to rational numbers. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Mensuration-: Problems on Plane Figures such as Square, Rectangle, Circles, Cone, Cylinder etc. The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Data Interpretation-: Problems on Bar/Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Tables etc. The number of question may be 0-3.

·         Time and Work-: Problems on Work efficiency, Wages and Pipes etc. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Mixture problems-: To Make a Mixture from Two Or More Entities/Mixtures. The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Algebra-: Basic Linear Equations in one or two variables, Quadratic & Algebraic Identities are important. Remember all the identities. The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Geometry-: Problems related to Triangles congruency, Similarity theorems, Circle chords & tangent theorems, Co-ordinate geometry etc. Remember all the theorems. The number of question may be 3-4.

·         Trigonometry-: Problems based on Trigonometric ratios and Identities, Height and Distance etc. The number of question may be 2-3.


General Intelligence & Reasoning

·         Classification-: Number, Letter, GK and Meaningful Words based question. The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Analogy-: Number, Letter, GK and Meaningful Words based question. The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Coding Decoding-: Questions on Coding by Analogy, Coding and decoding by letter shifting & Coding Letters of a Word. Could also include, Coding and decoding in fictitious language. The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Puzzle- : Number based puzzles like 7 × 5 × 6 × 5 = 6575, then 8 × 7 × 4 × 6 = ?or Find the correct equation type questions or Quant based questions like on age, speed and distance or Seating arrangement questions. The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Matrix- : 1 or 2 Matrix of letters with numbers are given from which correct set of numbers for given word is to find out. Weightage : 0-1 Qs

·         Word formation- : From the given word find whether the given option words can be formed or not. The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Arranging words in Logical order or Dictionary order-: It can be meaningful order of doing a certain task, or following a certain rule.In dictionary order words are to be arranged according to dictionary sequence in ascending or descending order. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Venn diagram-: Problems based on Venn Diagram Types of Question: Represent the relation between Student, Teacher and Boys The number of question may be 1-3.

·         Directions & Distances- : Simple problems that can be solved by just drawing all information on paper.  The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Blood Relations- : Family Tree or General Blood Relation Problems. The number of question may be 0-1.

·         Missing Number- : Find the missing number from the given matrix or diagram. The number of question may be 1-2.

·         Series-: Mainly questions on Number & Alphabet series. Question may be Complete the given series a_bc_ _cbad_bcd_cda .The number of question may be 2-3.

·         Non Verbal Reasoning-: Question like Complete the pattern, Assemble Image, Mirror Image, Hidden Image, Counting Figures. Figure based Analogy/Classification/Series or cube based question may be asked. The number of question may be 3-4.

·         Verbal Reasoning-: Questions on Statements and Conclusions, Statements and Inferences, Statements and Assumptions, Assertion and Reason. Questions on Course of Action & Statements and Arguments can also be asked. The number of question may be 0-1.


Pattern of SSC-: The pattern of SSC CGL is divided into four tiers which conduct by SCC simultaneously.

SSC CGL Exam Pattern – Tier I
Subject
Qs
Marks
Time

General Intelligence
& Reasoning
25
50
60 minutes
(For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 minutes)
General Awareness
25
50
Quantitative Aptitude
25
50
English Language
25
50
TOTAL
100
200


SSC CGL Exam Pattern – Tier II
Subject
Qs
Marks
Time

Paper I –
Quantitative Ability
(for ALL POSTS)
100
200
2 Hours
(For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
2 Hours 40 Min)
Paper II –
English Language
(for ALL POSTS)
200
200
2 Hours
(For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
2 Hrs 40 Min)
Paper III – Statistics
(for Statistical
Investigator
Gr II & Compiler
POSTS ONLY)
100
200
2 Hr
(For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
2 Hrs
40 Min)
Paper IV – General
Studies (Finance
& Economics)
(for Asst Audit Officer
Gazetted Group
“B” POST ONLY)
100
200
2 Hr
(For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
2 Hrs 40 Min)


SSC CGL Exam Pattern – Tier III
Subject
Marks
Time


 Descriptive Paper
 In English/Hindi
 (Writing of Essay, Precis,
 Letter, Application etc.)
100
60 Minutes
(For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 Minutes)


 SSC CGL Exam Pattern – Tier IV
SSC Tier IV
Time Duration
Syllabus
Computer Proficiency Test
(for post of Assistant Section
Officer in CSS & MEA only)
45 Minutes
Word/Excel/ Power Point


SSC JE Exam Pattern
Papers
Subject
No. of
Qs.
Max
Marks
Time
Paper-I
Objective Type
Computer Based
(i) General
Intelligence
& Reasoning
50
50
2 Hours
per shift
(ii) General
Awareness
50
50
(iii)
Part –A
Civil &
Structural
OR
Part-B
Electrical
OR
Part-C
Mechanical
100
100
Paper-II
Conventional Type
Written Exam
Part –A
Civil &
Structural
OR
Part-B
Electrical
OR
Part-C
Mechanical
300
2 Hours


 SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern
Subject
Qs
Marks
Time

General Intelligence
& Reasoning
55
50


2 hour
General Awareness
50
50
English Language
100
100
TOTAL
200
200










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 SSC CHSL Exam Pattern – Tier I
Part
Subject
Max Marks
Total Timing
I
General Intelligence
(25 Qs)
50
75 minutes
For VH/OH afflicted
by Cerebral Palsy
OH with deformity
in writing hand
– 100 minutes)
II
English
(25 Qs.)
50
III
Quantitative Aptitude
(25 Qs.)
50


SSC CHSL Exam Pattern – Tier II
Topic
Word Count
Marks
Time
Essay
200-250
100
1 hour
Letter/ Application
150-200


SSC CPO Exam Pattern – Paper I

Date of
Exam
Part
Subject
No.
of
Qs
Max
Marks
Duration
Please Visit SSC Exam Calendar
A
General Intelligence
and Reasoning
50
50
2 Hours
B
General
Knowledge
50
50
C
Quantitative
Aptitude
50
50
D
English
Comprehension
50
50


SSC CPO Exam Pattern – Paper II
Date of
Exam
Subject
No.
of Qs
Max
Marks
Duration
Please Visit SSC Exam Calendar
English Language
& Comprehension
200
200
Hours




Section
Number of Questions
Maximum Marks
Finance and Accounting
40
80
Economics and Governance
60
120
Total
100
200
                   
Salary in SSC-: The salary of various posts in SSC is as follows-:

SSC CGL-: Salary of SCC CGL is 51961 rupee only.

·         SCC CHSL-: Salary of SCC CHSL is 31045 rupee only.
·         SCC Stenographer-: Salary of SCC Stenographer is 31715 rupee only.
·         SSC LDC-: Salary of SCC LDC is 23881 rupee only.
·         SSC UDC-: Salary of SCC UDC is 31045 rupee only.
·         SSC JE-: Salary of SCC JE is 34,800 rupee only.
·         SSC TAX Assistant-: Salary of SCC Tax Assistant is 32,444 rupee only.
·         SCC Auditor-: Salary of SCC Auditor is 36,400 rupee only.
·         SSC CPO-: Salary of SCC CPO is 29200-112400 rupee only.
·         SSC Inspector Examiner-: Salary of SCC Inspector Examiner is 52,000 rupee only.
·         SSC Assistant in Railway-: Salary of SCC Assistant in Railway is 53,000 rupee only.
·         SSC Inspector in Income Tax-: Salary of SCC Income Tax is 51,122 rupee only.
And many more…


Eligibility Criteria Set By the Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
For the SSC Recruitment 2018 there is some basic qualification set by the Organization which is given below.

Academic Qualification:
The academic qualification minimum 10th for the Entry Level job and further for the officer Rank aspirants should be Graduate and for some other post Graduation degree required. Its means the qualification for the SSC Exam should be 10th/ 12th/ graduate /Postgraduate.

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Age Criteria:
The age limit varies between 18 to 40 years and also age relaxation as per the Govt rule.

Other Desired Eligibility for the some Posts:
For Some post and in the specific clauses there is mention for the citizenship criteria also added to in the eligibility requirement in the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) exam.


How to prepare for exam-: To prepare SSC required lot of studies and dedications. The syllabus of SSC is quite lengthy and requires lots of practices. For qualifying the exam candidate should cover whole syllabus with good revision. It requires practices a lot because number of is more as compare to given time. Candidate should increase their solving speed day by day. So that candidate can solve every question in the exam. Follow the steps which are given below in order the prepare for exam-:

Study Daily-: As the syllabus of SSC is very lengthy so candidate should study daily and practices the question more. Daily studies reduce the pressure of syllabus and get enough time to prepare all topic of syllabus. Revise daily what have been taught to you and practices the concepts.


Time Management-: To crack the SSC exam student should manage their time according to the syllabus. Candidates should make proper plan their time for studies and should follow it. Student should develop habit of writing as many as possible tests. Students should set their boundaries in which some part of syllabus should be completed. As number of question is more, candidate manages the time in this why that he/she can traverse all questions in the given time. Read current affairs daily because it can’t learn in short period of time.

Make Tricks-: If you really want to crack the SSC exam you should make useful tricks. It will very helpful in solving complex questions and reduce extra time. Tricks may help in memorizing the concept and accuracy will maintain. 

Give time to aptitude-: Aptitude contain simple and tricky question. But requires lot of time to solve. So practices the quant’s more and more. Speed of solving question will increase and try to check your accuracy of solving problem. If accuracy of answer varies then you are not going to right path. No use speed when accuracy is not there.

Read newspaper-:  Try to read the English and Hindi newspaper daily. It will increase your English as well as general awareness. Reading is full because it increases your vocabulary and tenses will strong.

Practice-: More practices make a candidate perfect in the topic. Practice of question will increases you speed as well as time management will became good. Doing lots practices one can traverse all question in effective manner. So practices require in order cracking the SSC exam.


Concentration-: Concentration is the key to success in SSC. Just concentrate on you syllabus and practice more. Do not pay any attention what going around you. Make sure your mind is not diverting to another topic which apart from your syllabus. Your mind should responsive enough to catch the concepts of topic which is discussed in book which you prefer for SSC. Our eye should on the book so that we do not miss any word or sentences while reading current affairs. Use your finger to while reading, it also maintain the concentration. While reading avoid eating and drinking. It may distract your mind.

Computer Awareness-: This topic also required practices mainly. In this section question are easy but it will easy when know knowledge about it. Go through the every topic in syllabus make notes of it and do practice. Try to give more time MS tools are present in the desktop or laptops.


Reasoning-: Reasoning is the one the toughest section in the SSC. It requires lot time to solve. For reasoning, extra times to solve as these questions are very tricky and complex. Solve question from previous asked in exams. You get the idea how reasoning question are asked. Reasoning also contains a good score in SSC. It is very helpful qualifying the exam if some of question goes correct. So give good portion of time to reasoning because quite time taking question to solve.

Revision-:  Revision also plays an important role in cracking the any exam. Revision makes us confident and durability of concepts in the mind became more.  Last minute revision is very effective before going for a exam specially for current affairs. Because at time of exam brain works faster mode and responsive time became quicker. Everyone should revise all topics or concepts before going exam. By revising the topics all the concept remains in the brain and chances solving of every question became more. Revision makes everything fresh and feels like studied just now while solving the question. Keep on revise the concept and tricks, increases the speed as well as accuracy of answers.

These are all about SSC. We hope that all information is received to you which you are trying to searching for. It contains all information like how to apply, syllabus, pattern of exam as well as history of SSC. We have discussed how to crack the SSC exams also, will helps you in cracking the exam if you follow the steps or instruction carefully and honestly as you have crack the exam. Don’t cheat with you, just do practices a lot and try to traverse the entire topic given in the syllabus.  All the best for your future.

How to apply-:  After pursuing the bachelor candidate can apply for various post in Governments vacancy at official website link; http://ssconline.nic.in/.

How to fill online form-:  There are three steps to fill the online application form. The steps are as follows-:

§  Online Registration-: For registration candidate should visit the official website of SSC. There he/she can selects post and fill the registration form online. While filling form candidates should keep beside all documents like 10th mark sheet, 12th mark sheet, Graduation if requires, Aadhar Card, PAN card etc. As per 10th mark sheet fill your name, father name and mother name if required. Fill the marks obtain of respected educations which are asked. Arrange the photo of you digital as required size(10 kb to 35 kb) and signature of size 1 kb to 20 kb also respectively. After clicking on Submit button you will get registration number followed by a unique password.

§  Fill the Application form-: After Login the page using registration number followed by password you will get form in front of you. In this page you select the examination centre and ages relaxation if you exceed the age limit. You will select the post preference according to your interest. Fill your address and permanent address. Check whole form twice and if error than correct according to your printed document which is in your hand. After rechecking your click the I Agree button and proceed to payment page.

§  Payment-: While payment it ask mode of payment. The fee of examination is 100 rupee (all women, SC/ST and physically disable candidate do not have to pay any rupee). You can pay the fee via SBI or any other bank using internet banking or with credit card or debit card.  Click on confirm and fill all the detail which is like card number, cvv code etc. Click to precede button and e-print of your form receipt will come only after successful transaction of fee.

§  Eligibility Criteria-:  The candidate who wants to apply in SCC exam should pass the bachelor from the recognized University with 60%. The age should be 18-30  year old.


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