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SSC CGL Tier I Cut- off Marks Declared: Check Here

SSC CGL Tier 1 cut off marks

Attention all SSC CGL aspirants! SSC has released notifications for the cut- off marks of SSC CGL Tier I examination 2016. The examination was conducted in the months of August and September 2016.

What do you mean by cut- off marks?

Cut- off Marks refers to the range of minimum marks which is essential to qualify for the upcoming rounds.

The candidates will be invited for the descriptive test based on their cut- off in SSC CGL Tier I and Tier II. In the month of April, the final cut- off marks will be declared. Please note that sectional cut- off is not applicable in case of SSC CGL.

Before going on to the cut- off marks, let us have a sneak peak at the overall analysis of the SSC CGL Tier I examination 2016:

SSC CGL Tier I 2016: Overall Analysis

Sections

No. of Questions

Total Marks

Difficulty Level

Good Attempts

Reasoning

25

50

Easy

20-24

General Awareness

25

50

Easy to Moderate

13-18

Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

Easy

17-20

English Language

25

50

Easy to Moderate

18-22

Overall

100

200

Easy

68-84

What could be the different factors which decide the SSC CGL Cut – off marks? Well, here is the answer

  • Number of available positions
  • Number of candidates appeared
  • Candidates’ performance
  • Level of Difficulty of the examination

SSC CGL Tier I – Cut off Marks released by SSC:

Category

Cut off Marks

General

137

OBC

125.5

SC

114

ST

103

EX.S

92

OH

97

HH

20

VH

 68

Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you Good Luck!

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SSC CGL 2016 TIER II: How to Prepare For General Studies (Finance and Economics)

SSC-CGL-2016-TIER-II--How-to-Prepare-For-General-Studies-(Finance-and-Economics

SSC has scheduled CGL Tier-2 examination from November 26, 2016. It will held in different shift timings on 26 & 27 November and 3 & 4 December.

 

SSC CGL Exam tier-2 exam has following sections :

  • Paper 1 - English
  • Paper 2 - Quantitative Aptitude
  • Paper 3 - Statistics
  • Paper 4 - General Studies(Finance and Economics)

 

The Paper 3 and 4 is optional and post specific. The Paper 3 (Statistics) is for those candidates who have applied for Statistical Investigator and Compiler posts. The Paper 4(General Studies) is for Audit Officer Posts.

The syllabus of General studies section in SSC CGL is quite vast. Without careful analysis it feels that the syllabus is vague and improperly defined.

 

In SSC CGL Tier -2 exam, the syllabus of General Studies paper is divided into two parts:

Part A : Finance and Accounts : Financial Accounting and Basic concepts of Accounting. This paper is of 80 marks.

Part B : Economics and Micro Economics, Theory of Demand and Supply, Theory of Production and Cost, Money and Banking, Indian Economy, Economic Reforms in India, Money and Banking


There are many Books which you can opt for General Studies in SSC to perform well. For SSC you need to go through the 10 year previous paper for all sections as well as for GS section. As there is the trend of repetition of some questions, hence it will be smarter if you will go through it.

Some of the recommended books for SSC CGL tier-2 General Study’s section is:

  1. Lucents- This book will provide a deeper understanding of the concepts.
  2. Periyar Publication for Geography- It is one of the rare Books but highly recommended among the aspirants because it explains the concept in lucid way along with handmade maps. This book follows strictly the syllabus of NCERT. So even Three to four starting chapters will boost your confidence.
  3. Lawpoint's Competitive Solutions General Studies (Finance and Economics) with Notes and MCQs for SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam

Apart from above books, you should also read newspapers like Times of India, Economic Times, Finance magazines etc. which will make you aware about latest developments in the economics world.

This paper is mostly based on theory and facts. Hence try to read and note down all the important points from the related topics.  This section can help you fetch good marks in the examination.

Finally, don't forget to take practice mock test papers. These mock test will have questions from topics which needs to be prepared. This will definitely clear all your doubts and boost your confidence. Focus not only on clearing the sectional cut off but also sufficiently high score.

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SSC CGL 2016 TIER II: How to Prepare For Statistics

SSC CGL 2016 TIER II: How to Prepare For Statistics

SSC CGL Exam tier II comprises of three sections namely English (Paper 1), Quantitative Aptitude (Paper 2) followed by an optional paper. For Paper 3, you have to choose from either Statistics or General Studies (Finance and Economics).

In this article, we are discussing about the tips to prepare for Statistics section. This section comprises of 100 questions which needs to be solved in 2 hours.

Syllabus for SSC CGL Tier 2 Statistics:

Collection Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data:

  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Measures of Dispersion
  • Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis
  • Correlation and Regression
  • Probability Theory
  • Random Variable and Probability Distributions
  • Sampling Theory
  • Statistical Inference
  • Analysis of Variance
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Index Numbers

The Statistics paper is compulsory for those who have applied for Statistical grade and Compiler posts.

Preparation Tips for Statistics

Statistics is an extension of Maths and the preparation of Quantitative section will help you in this section as well. Handling the Primary and Secondary data, methods of data collection, sorting the data, Tabulation of data, Graphs, Charts, Mean, Median, Mode, Common measures of Dispersion etc.

This section can also be started by taking up the school level maths book and solving the statistics section of Class 10, 11 and 12th.

Statistics involves a lot of tabulation of data, accuracy and formulas. So besides practice, you need to put efforts in memorizing the formulas as well.

Note down all the important formulas. The best method to ensure a high score in Statistics section is practice. Take practice questions of each topic. Solve the questions asked in the previous year's paper. Also, take some practice mock test papers which will help you clear all your doubts and increase speed.

Ensure that you attempt around 60-65 questions with good accuracy to clear the cut off marks easily.

Some recommended books for SSC CGL Tier-2 Statistics Preparation:

  • SSC Combined Graduate Level Tier II Exam Paper III Statistics Practice Sets by Vidya Editorial Board
  • SSC CGL Tier-2 Statistics Practice Work Book (Kiran Publications)
  • SSC: Combined Graduate Level Tier -2 Statistics Paper by R Gupta 
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SSC CGL Results 2016 Tier I Declared Today (8th Nov 2016)

SSC CGL Results 2016 Tier I Declared Today (8th Nov 2016)

Dear Candidates,

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released notifications of SSC CGL 2016 Tier I results. The SSC CGL Tier I examinations has been the at the top of the most popular competitive examinations with cut throat competition everywhere. The results of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam has been declared today on 8th of November 2016. Below are the important links to download your result and cut off.

SSC CGL Tier I 2016 Results: Important Dates

Sl. No.

Event

Date

1

SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam Result

8th November 2016

2

SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam Result

December 2016 (End of the Month)

SSC CGL Tier I 2016 Results: Highlights

  • The candidates who will be able to qualify in the CGL Tier I examination will be qualified for Tier 2 examination of SSC CGL 2016.
  • SSC will release the results online. The candidates need to visit the official website of SSC.

SSC CGL Tier I 2016 Results: Procedure to check results

In order to check the SSC CGL Tier I 2016 results, the candidates need to follow the following steps:

  • Visit the official website of SSC. Go the menu which reads “Results”. Click on the link which displays “SSC CGL Tier I 2016 results”
  • Enter the details like application number, roll number and Date of Birth wherever required.
  • You will get your results in a PDF format. Download the PDF and keep it up for future reference.
  • You are ready to check your results and confirm it.

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SSC CGL Tier I: Expected Cut- off Marks

Categories

Marks (±7)

General

142

OBC

133

SC

125

ST

-

OH

-

VH

-

HH

-

Ex-S

-

We hope that you will clear the SSC CGL Tier I examination with great scores. Follow our website for more significant updates. Till then, keep your fingers crossed and hope for the best!

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Easy tricks to score 350+ marks in SSC CGL Tier II 2016 examination

Easy tricks to score 350+ marks in SSC CGL Tier II 2016 examination

Hello Aspirants,

SSC CGL is back again on the field! The tier I examination has come to an end with lots of surprises and now the SSC CGL Tier II examination is round the corner. SSC jobs are one of the jobs in demand almost everywhere throughout the country. Every year, almost 20 lakh students appear for SSC jobs. When you look from the economic point of view, SSC CGL becomes one of the lucrative jobs in India.

Let us take a look at the pattern of SSC CGL Tier II examinations:

S.No.

Sections

Max. Marks

Number of Questions

Time Duration (For normal candidates)

Time Duration normal candidates (For VH and Cerebral Palsy candidates)

I

Quantitative Aptitude

200

100

2 Hours
10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon

2 Hours. and 40 Min.
10.00 AM to 12.40 PM

II

English Language & Comprehension

200

200

2 Hours
2.00 PM to 4.00 PM

2 Hours. and 40 Min. 2.00 PM to 4.40 PM

III

Statistics

200

100

2 Hours
10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon

2 Hours and 40 Min.
2.00 PM to 4.40 PM

IV

General Studies (Finance and Economics)

200

To be notified later.

2 Hours
10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon

2 Hours. and 40 Min.
10.00 AM to 12.40 PM

Section wise preparation tips:

Preparation tips for Quant and Statistics:

  • Make a list of topics in which you are strong at. Practice as many questions as you can from those topics and make them your strongest points.
  • Make a list of topics in which you are weak at. Practice those topics in detail which will make you score good in these topics as well.
  • In the examination, pick up topics which are your strength and will take less time for you to solve. After you are done with your strong areas, start with your weak areas.
  • Practice some short cut tricks and approaches which will help you to solve the questions in a faster way and will, in turn, save much of your time.
  • In case of quant, focus on topics like Geometry, Algebra, Percentage, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Profit and Loss etc.
  • In case of statistics, focus on topics like Skewness and Kurtosis, Correlation and Regression, Probability Theory, Time Series Analysis, Sampling Theory, Statistical Interference etc.

Preparation tips for English:

  • Strengthen your grammar and vocabulary by going through different standard grammar books.  
  • Go through different newspapers and articles. This practice will make your grammar and vocabulary strong and in turn will make your reading skills better.
  • For sentence correction and arrangement, there is no specific rule. You need to identify the link between two sentences and if the sentence link makes sense. You need to try different arrangements and check if the arrangements make sense.
  • Prepare a list of new words and learn them. Find out the meanings of the words and list them. This habit will make you remember so many new words.
  • Start with the basics of grammar (parts of speech, active and passive voice, direct and indirect speech etc.)
  • Relax before your exam. Relaxation will make you prepare well before the examination. It will keep you stress free and will keep your mind free to grasp the concepts in a better way.

Preparation tips for General Studies (Finance and Economics):

  • General Studies needs utmost attention. This section is the most unpredictable section from which different types of questions can be asked.
  • The important topics for this section will be updated in the further updates that we bring along. As of now, the topics asked from this section are not fixed. You can check the check here to view the official notification to go through the syllabus.  

Smart preparation tips (For all sections):

  • Prepare a time table and strictly adhere to the time table. The time table will make you go through various topics.
  • Go through the topics which you take less time to solve and the topics which you find easy. Solve them thoroughly and make them your scoring areas.
  • Pick up the topics which you find tough to solve. These topics can be weak areas so work hard on these topics.
  • Solve previous year papers and mock tests. This practice will give you confidence to solve the exam paper without any hesitation.
  • Attempt only those questions which you are sure about. If you are not sure about any question, then don’t answer the question which will adversely affect your score.
  • Be confident about your preparation. Confidence is the ultimate key to happiness. Have a positive attitude towards hard work.

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SSC CGL Re- Examination 2016: Admit Cards for North Eastern Region (NER) Released: Download Now!

SSC CGL Re-exam

Attention all SSC CGL Aspirants! We have an important update for you. The SSC CGL Re- Examination 2016 admit Cards for the North Eastern region have been released! There are all total of 4874 number of posts in several departments and candidates appearing for the examination will have a tough competition.

Candidates are advised to download their respective admit cards from the official website of SSC i.e. www.sscner.org.in

Schedule of SSC CGL Re- Examination: 27th October 2017

The re- examination is being conducted for the Batch- II of August 2016. This delay was due to some reasons related to the administration.

Date of SSC CGL Tier I result declaration: 8th November 2016

Let us take a look at the procedure of the downloading the SSC CGL Tier I admit cards for re- examination for North- Eastern Region:

Procedure to download the Admit card:

  • Please log into the official website which is- www.sscner.org.in
  • Please go the Under recent updates section,
  • Please click on the section which reads 'e-Admit Card for Combined Graduate Level Exam 2016 (TIER-I) Re-exam'
  • Enter the necessary details like registration number and roll number in the required places.
  • Go for submitting it by clicking on the submit button.
  • You can see the admit card displayed on the screen.
  • Download the admit card and take a printout for further reference. Do carry it with you to the examination hall without fail.

SSC CGL & Highlights

  • The examination was conducted in all total of 44 batches in 99 cities across the whole country.
  • The dates of conduction of the exam were 27th of August and 11th of September. Srinagar one was an exception because the date of exam there was 25th of September 2016.
  • The candidates those who manage to successfully clear the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination will have to appear SSC CGL Tier II which is scheduled in November. 

We hope that this article helps you in getting information about the SSC CGL Re- examination. We will be back with more number of updates. Stay connected with us. Happy Learning!

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SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination(CGL) – 2017

SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination(CGL) –   2017

SSC(Staff Selection Commission) 2017 ha released notification for the application of Combined Graduate Level Examination –   2017 . Eligible candidates may apply online before 15th April 2017.

Vacancy Details:


Name of the Post: Officers in Upper Grade

Total No. of Vacancies: To be notified later

Examination Date:

CGL Tier-1: 16th June 2017 to 02nd July 2017(Tentatively) 

CGL Tier-2: 5th September to 8th September 2017(Tentatively)

CGL Tier-3: 12 November 2017(Tentatively)

CGL Tier-4: December 2017(Tentatively)


Eligibility Criteria:


Minimum Educational Qualification:  Graduation in any Discipline from a recognized Board/University. 


Age Limits : 18 to 32 years


Application Fee: 


Rs.100/-


Mode of Selection: CGL Tier-1 + CGL Tier-2 + CGL Tier-3 + CGL Tier-4 

Important Timelines : 


• Opening Date of Online Registration of Application: 11th March 2017


• Closing Date of Online Registration of  Application: 15th April 2017

Salary(per month): 

Rs.9300-34800

     
Job Location: All India


How to Apply:  www.ssconline.nic.in

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