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Secure Your Favourite Position In Your Ideal Government Department?

Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level Examination, which is commonly referred to by the acronym of SSC CGL, conducted by the Staff Selection Commission, is an examination conducted for the recruitment of staff for numerous posts in ministries, departments and organizations for the Central Government.

Exams are generally conducted for most of the B grade and C grade government jobs. Just as every government related exam happens, your position depends on the Sarkari Result.  The Staff Selection Commission was established in 1975.


Entrants applying for the numerous set posts are required to have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university while applying. As every government has a stiff age requirement, so does this. The minimum age for an aspirant should be 18 and they should not be older than 32. The application fee is allocated to a nominal 100 rupees.

Eligibility Criteria

Graduate Level Examination – The minimum eligibility for this is a bachelor’s degree.

Combined Matric Level Examination – The eligibility for this is matriculation or 10th class

Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination – The eligibility for this 12th class or equivalent in some other discipline.

There are numerous posts, as mentioned which have different age limits accordingly. Candidates can get well-versed about it from the Rozgar Samachar.

The minimum educational qualification required is of grade 10 and the limit is graduation. The least age required is 18 years and the candidate should be no older than 27 (though reserved candidates are relaxed by a few more years with the limit being 32)


These were the factors that decide if you’re eligible to take the exam, and if you are, it’s not enough. You have to get through the exam with the least required score to qualify which you will, it the Sarkari Result turns out in your favor.


Exam Pattern – The examination will be conducted in three tiers listed below:

Tier -I – Computer Based (Multiple Choice Questions)

Tier -II – Computer Based (Multiple Choice Questions)

Tier -III – Descriptive Type Paper in English / Hindi (Pen and paper)

Tier-IV- Skill Test/Computer Proficiency (Wherever Appropriate)

SSC CGL Tier I Exam Syllabus

General Intelligence and Reasoning (25 Questions; 50 marks)

General Awareness (25 Questions; 50 marks)

Quantitative Aptitude (25 Questions; 50 marks)

English Comprehension (25 Questions; 50 marks)


Total Marks – 200; Total Time – 75 Minutes

SSC CGL Tier II Exam Syllabus

    1. Quantitative Aptitude (100 Questions; 200 marks)
    2. English language (200 Questions; 200 marks)

Statistics (100 Questions; 200 marks)
Finance & Accounting (40 Questions; 80 marks)
Economics & Governance (60 Questions; 120 marks)


Note: – There is negative marking of 0.25 marks for first 2 papers and 0.50 marks for the second 2 papers.

SSC CGL Tier III Exam Syllabus

    1. Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi (Essay/Letter/Application writing etc.) [100 marks; 60 Minutes]


SSC CGL Tier IV Exam Syllabus




·        Word Processing

·        Spreadsheets

·        Generation Of Slides


·        200 depressions in 15 minutes for a given passage

SSC CGL Selection Preparation

Candidates who qualify Tier 1 only will be eligible to take the Tier 2 exam.

Candidates who qualify in Tier 2 will be eligible for both Tier 3 & Tier 4 exams

Final merit of SSC CGL will be established on the basis of the cumulative marks of Tier 1, Tier 2 & Tier 3.

Tier 4 is mandatory


Some preparation tips on how to get proficient for the SSC CGL exam.

It’s rather important to create a time table while studying.

Every question is not possible to attempt in any scenario, and the sections should be attempted according to the known answers first rather than sequentially.

Go through previous year question papers to get thorough knowledge of the exam and get an insight about your calibre as well

Set your exam date reminder to work according to the days left and approach the exam confidently

While studying General Awareness, stick to Indian History, World Geography, Economy and Politics

Follow this specific order : Science>> Polity>> History>> Geography>> Economy>> Miscellaneous

These were the focal guidelines to help you work up for the SSC CGL exam.

Best wishes. J