The Staff Selection Commission was established in 1975. SSC exam is one of the most popular exams among graduates and undergraduates (12th passed) who are willing to make their way to various government departments and ministries in India. Various SSC exam notifications are released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) multiple times a year, giving opportunities to lakhs of aspirants to apply for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, MTS, CPO, etc.
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SSC CGL Eligibility
Indian or Indian Origin or subject of Nepal/Bhutan.
Between 18 and 32 years based on different posts (Relaxation to reserved category).
Bachelor's degree in any discipline.
Candidates have to take the SSC CGL exam in four stages, Tier-I, Tier-III & Tier-IV, Tier-I, Tier-III & Tier-IV. Ideally, the first two tier exams take place online, while Tier-III will be a pen and paper-based exam. The final Tier is a computer skill test.
SSC CGL 2022 Tier-1 exam will be conducted online comprising 4 sections with 100 multiple choice questions in total and with maximum marks of 200. The entire exam is needed to be completed in a time span of 60 minutes. SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam will be of qualifying nature and marks will not be counted in the final selection.
The sections asked in SSC CGL Tier-I Exam are:
General Intelligence & Reasoning
No. of Questions
General Intelligence and Reasoning
A cumulative time of 60 minutes (80 minutes)
for disabled/Physically handicapped Candidates)
SSC CGL 2023 exam pattern - Tier 2.
Points to note:
No of questions
Module-I: Mathematical Abilities
and General Intelligence
Only data entry task
Module-II: Data Entry
Speed Test Module
General Studies (Finance and Economics)
SSC CGL Tier-II is a descriptive test. Candidates have to give a pen and paper exam in the respective examination hall. The details on the same are published on the official website.
Ideally, the candidates have the flexibility to answer the papers in Hindi and English. The total mark of the Tier-III exam is 100. Candidates have to answer the whole paper within a span of 60 minutes.
According to the SSC CGL tier 4 exam pattern, it has two parts for different posts. Let's describe in details below.
(1) DEST (Data Entry Speed Test)
(2) CPT (Computer Proficiency Test)
The best posts to get recruited to under the SSC CGL exam are as follows:
Various other posts under SSC CGL exam can be considered by candidates.
Yes, a candidate can apply for more than just one post for the SSC CGL exam as long as the candidate fulfils the eligibility criteria.
For general category applicants, the SSC CGL age limit is generally 18 to 27 years, which makes the number of attempts for SSC CGL for general category candidates to be around 9 attempts. As SSC CGL is conducted once a year.