SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam-2017 (Tier-1) Coaching

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SSC CGL SYLLABUS 2017

SSC CGL 2017 exam is a computer based online examination. It is organized into four phases as per Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 and Tier 4. Tier 1 and Tier 2 tests are held online while Tier 3 is a descriptive type test. Finally the selected candidates are called for interview in Tier 4

SSC CGL Exam Pattern

SSC CGL Exam pattern 2017 Tier 1
Part Subject No. of Questions Max. Marks Time allowed
A General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 50 75 minutes

(For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 100 Minutes)

B General Knowledge & Awareness?(Syllabus) 25 50
C Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
D English 25 50
Total 100 200

Note that there will be negative marking of 0.50 for each wrong answer in Tier-I.

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Reading Comprehension Strategy & Practice Set-1 for SSC/Bank/Other Exams

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Reading Comprehension is a test of an examiner’s reading skill and his/her understanding for the matter under stud. For efficient and effective result in reading comprehension in exam, a candidate is required to keep few things in mins:

  1. Always start reading the questions first from passage instead of reading the whole passage again and again. This saves your appreciable time. The reading of questions give you enough idea about the passage that you can’t obtain through reading the passage
  2. Try to give the answers of questions roughly and logically because there are certain questions which don’t require to answer after reading the passage. Logically assume the answer of each question roughly.
  3. ?Finally, go to the particular part of the passage matching the portion of the asked question to verify the answers assumed by you beforehand. By doing so, you will find that you are correct at most of the instances. For the rest of the part, you can apply your logic to get the suitable answer.

Note that: It is not always possible to obtain the answer as it is from the passage. Rather, many times, the answers come out from the passage suiting it context and tone.

PRACTICE SET

Directions (Q.1-10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

The Tamil Nadu government?s move to approach the Supreme Court seeking a review of its recent judgment barring the use of pictures of political leaders in government advertisements is retrograde and unnecessary. The court?s verdict restricting the list of dignitaries whose photographs are permissible on government advertisement material to the President, the Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India, is a significant step in eliminating the partisan use of government resources to gain political mileage. Indeed, if there is a flaw in the judgment, it is in the exception made in favour of the holders of these three offices. Even though it says the President, Prime Minister or CJI could themselves decide on the inclusion of their pictures in advertisements, there really is no need for anyone?s image in such material if disseminating information is the sole purpose. The Tamil Nadu government has argued that there should be parity between the Centre and the States, and that the judgment, by privileging the dignitaries at the Centre, violates the principle of federalism. It is indeed an attractive argument if one contends that the same privilege should be extended to the Governor, Chief Minister and Chief Justice of the High Court so that there is Centre-State parity. However, the spirit of the verdict is to take government advertising out of the domain of partisan politics. In course of time, the apparent disparity should also give way to a universal prohibition of the use of pictures of any dignitary.

It is disappointing that the court did not accept a key recommendation made by a three-member committee that there should be special curbs on government advertisements during election time. This could have been an important guideline that would further purify the election process. The court may be confident that if the government adhered to norms there will be no need to adopt special, election-eve restrictions, but it should have taken note of the propensity of the political class to seek to gain mileage by delivering politically loaded messages using the official machinery during election time. In a democracy, the main reason for a government to issue advertisements is dissemination of essential and useful information about its functioning, its schemes and projects and their benefits. There is no real need to confer on any individual the privilege of being projected in official publicity material to give the impression that a scheme or measure owes its existence to the generosity of that individual. One can discern in the Tamil Nadu government?s review petition only an eagerness to overcome any legal impediment to its known penchant for projecting the ruling party leader as the sole benefactor behind its welfare programmes.

Q.1.Choose an appropriate title for the passage.

1) The Strict Judgement

2) SC Rule

3) Restless Politicians

4) The Un-Political War

5) Misplaced Plea

Q.2.Which of the following is true according to the passage?

  1. A) The Court?s decision is not only for the centre, but also for the states.
  2. B) The spirit of the verdict is not to take government advertising out of the domain of partisan politics.
  3. C) The court may be confident that if the government adhered to norms there will be no need to adopt special, election-eve restrictions.

1) Only A

2) Only B

3) Only C

4) All A, B and C

5) None

Q.3.What is the reason behind author suggesting that the head of the state should also be given the privilege?

1) This barring list is the exclusive list where the High profile people are Definitely included.

2) The political class is so corrupt that the head of the states should also be included in the list.

3) The Head of the states are the people representing the whole state and the supreme court should take care of them.

4) The head of the state should also be given the same privilege as centre is to maintain the parity between them.

5) None of the above.

Q.4.Which of the following is not true according to the passage?

  1. A) The court did not accept a key recommendation made by a three-member committee that there should be special curbs on government advertisements during election time.
  2. B) There is no real need to confer on any individual the privilege of being projected in official publicity material to give the impression that a scheme or measure owes its existence to the generosity of that individual
  3. C) If there is a flaw in the judgment, it is in the exception made in favour of the holders of these three offices.

1) Only A

2) Only B

3) Only C

4) All A, B and C

5) None

Q.5.Which of the following is a significant step in eliminating the image of the govt. to gain political mileage?

1) The court?s verdict restricting the list of dignitaries whose photographs are permissible on government advertisement.

2) The Govt. advertisement should be banned coz people should know all about it through the benefits, not through advertisement.

3) The govt should ban the usage of advertisement and start doing something with that fund.

4) All of the above

5) None of the above
Q.6.Which of the following is not the synonym of the word ?retrograde??
1) Subside
2) Positive
3) Moderate
4) Suspend
5) Anarchy

Q.7.Which of the following is not the synonym of the word ?partisan??
1) Comparable
2) Improve
3) Antipathy
4) Unbiased
5) Dislike

Q.8.Which of the following is the synonym of the word ?disseminating??
1) Improve
2) Inform
3) Promulgate
4) Approval
5) Guile

Q.9.Which of the following is the synonym of the word ?penchant??
1) Approbation
2) Apprise
3) Diligent
4) Hard
5) Proclivity

Q.10.Which of the following is the synonym of the word ?parity??
1) Ease
2) Equality
3) Pompous
4) Insensitive
5) Boorish

SOLUTIONS

  1. (5)
  2. (3)
  3. (4)
  4. (5)
  5. (1)
  6. (2)
  7. (4)
  8. (3)
  9. (5)
  1. (2)

Note: The extract of above passage is taken from?The Hindu, Delhi Edition, 25th May

SSC CHSL 2016 Exam Notification

SSC, which stands for?Staff Selection Commission, conducts ?the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Examination?every year. This exam is conducted for the recruitment for the post of ?Lower Division Clerk (LDC), Data Entry Operator (DEO),?and Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant posts. SSC CHSL registration process?is going to be notified soon. You can obtain the latest detail in this regard from our website

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?Important Tentative Dates for SSC CHSL 2016

S.No Event Date
1 Release of Application form (not notified yet)
2 Last date of Offline Application Form (not notified yet)
3 Last date of Online Application Form (not notified yet)
4 Issue of E- Admit Card 1?week of September 2016
5 Date of Examination 25?Sept 2016, 9?Oct 2016 & 16?Oct 2016
6 Declaration of Exam Result January 2017
7 Skill Test/Typing Test March 2017
8 Declaration of Final Result May 2017

SSC CHSL Salary 2016

Post Grade Pay Gross Salary In Hand Salary
LDC 1900 Rs. 22,392 ? 26,026 Rs. 18,777 ? 22,411
DEO 2400 Rs. 29,340 ? 35,220 Rs. 25,165 ? 31,045
Postal Assistant 2400 Rs. 29,340 ? 35,220 Rs. 25,165 ? 31,045

?Post wise Vacancy of?SSC CHSL 2016

  • Data Entry Operator ? 1,010
  • Lower Division Clerk ? 2,053
  • Postal/Sorting Assistant ? 3,527

Eligibility Criteria of SSC CHSL 2016?

  • Age Limit ? Minimum age is 18 years and maximum age is 27 years as on 1 August 2016. Age relaxation provided to certain categories as per the government rules.
  • Educational Qualification ? Candidates must have passed 12th Standard or equivalent examination from a recognized Board or University.

Application Form of?SSC CHSL 2016?

Interested and eligible candidates can visit the official website of SSC ssc.online.nic.in to apply for SSC CHSL 2016 Exam.

Application Fee / Mode of Payment?

  • Online Application ? Candidates have to pay fee of Rs. 100, candidates can pay application fee through challan at any SBI branch, net banking and any credit/debit cards. (SC/ ST/ Female / PH category aspirants no need to pay any fee).
  • Offline Application ? Candidates have to pay a fee of Rs. 100 as application fee through CRF stamps which can be bought from the post office. Fee is exempted for all female candidates and reservation category as per the rule of Government of India.

Selection Procedure of SSC CHSL 2016

Selection process includes two steps:

  • Written Examination of 200 Marks?(Objective Type)?
  • Skill Test (candidates who qualify the written examination will be called for typing test)

In Case of Tie

In case where more than one candidate score equal aggregates marks, a tie breaker will be applied:

  • Marks score in written examination.
  • According to the date of birth, who is senior in the age.
  • Alphabetical order in which first names of the candidates appear.

Exam Pattern & Syllabus SSC CHSL 2016?

  • There will be 4 sections in a question paper namely
    (1) General Intelligence,
    (2) English Language,
    (3) Quantitative Aptitude, and
    (4) General Awareness /?General Knowledge.
  • Exam will have 200 questions for 200 marks.
  • Duration of the exam is 2 hours.
  • The question paper will be objective type.
  • Questions will be set both in English & Hindi for?sections ? 1, 3 & 4.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

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Group-B Posts ?:?Assistant Section Officer (CSS) ,?Assistant (IB, CVC, Ministry of Railways, Ministry of External Affairs,?AFHQ),?Inspector (Central Excise) , Inspector (Preventive Office), Inspector (Examiner), Assistant Enforcement Officer, Indian Audit & Accounts Department under CAG, Sub Inspector, Statistical Investigator Gr.II, etc.
Group-C Posts ?:?Inspector of Income Tax,?Divisional Accountant,?Auditor,?Accountant/ Junior Accountant,?Senior Secretariat Assistant,?Tax Assistant,?Compiler,?Sub Inspector.

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Tier I Exam Pattern

Sr. No. Subjects Name Max Marks Time Duration
1 General Intelligence Reasoning 50 02 Hours (02.40 Hrs for VH Candidates)
2 Gen. Awareness 50
3 Quantitative Aptitude 50
4 English Comprehension 50
Total 200

Tier II Exam Pattern

Sr. No. Subjects Name Max Marks Max Ques. Time Duration
1 General Studies (Finance and Economics) 200 To Be Notified Later 02 Hours (02.40 Hrs for VH Candidates)
2 Statistics 200 100
3 Quantitative Abilities 200 100
4 English Language & Comprehension 200 200
Total 800

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SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level) Examination

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 — Personality Test /Interview/Computer Proficiency Test or Skill Test

NOTE:?Tier-I examination will be used to screen the candidates for appearing in Tier-II examination. However, marks of such screened candidates in Tier-I will be taken into account for final ranking of candidates for selecting them for the interview/skill test and also final selection.

TIER I

Tier ?I exam consist of only one paper that would be common for all categories of posts and will be held in one session.

Part Subject Maximum Marks / Questions Total Duration (GE) Total Duration for? visually handicapped candidates
A. General Intelligence & Reasoning 50 2 hours 2 hours 40 min
B. General Awareness 50
C Numerical Aptitude 50
D English Comprehension 50
Total Marks 200
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
  • The questions will be set both in Hindi and English in respect of Parts A, B and C.

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TIER II

  • Tier-II consists of three different papers/subjects and depending upon the category of posts applied for, the candidates are needed to appear in two or three papers.

 

PaperNo. Subject / Paper? Max. Marks/Questions Duration & Timings forGeneral candidates Duration & Timingsfor VH candidates
I Arithmetical Ability 200 (100 Questions) 2Hours 2 Hours and 40 Min.
II English Language &Comprehension 200 (100 Questions) 2Hours 2 Hours and 40 Min.
III Commerce/Mathematics

Statistics/Economics

200 (100 Questions) 2Hours 2 Hours and 40 Min.
  • Paper-I & II are compulsory for all the categories of posts.
  • Paper-III is compulsory only for those candidates who apply for the posts of Statistical Investigators Group II & Compiler.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
  • TIER IIIINTERVIEW
    • Personality Test/ interview will carry a maximum of 100 marks.
    • Candidates applying for Auditor, Accountant, UDCs, Tax Assistant, and Compiler are not required to appear for an interview.

    SKILL TEST

    • Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) for post of Assistant in CSS only. This test is of qualifying nature and has components of Word Processing, Spread Sheets and generation of slides.
    • Skill Test is applicable for the post of Tax Assistants (Central Excise and Income Tax). To get qualified, one should score Data Entry Speed Skill Test at 2000 (two thousand) key depressions for a duration of 15 (fifteen) minutes.

Details About SSC CGL Exam

Earlier SSC used to conduct recruitment through following examinations

(a) Combined Graduate Level Examination.
(b) Tax Assistant Examination.
(c) Section Officer (Commercial Audit)Examination
(d) Section Officer (Audit)Examination
(e) Complier (for O/o RGI)Examination
(f) Statistical Investigator Grade-II (for M/o Statistics & Prog. Implementation)Examination
(g) Sub-Inspector in CPOs Examination

 

Demo Class

Days

Timings

Tuesday 11:30 – 12:30 Reasoning
12:30 – 01:30 Quantitative Aptitude
Wednesday 11:30 – 12:30 English
12:30 – 01:30 Quantitative Aptitude
Friday 11:30 – 12:30 G.S
12:30 – 01:30 Quantitative Aptitude

 

Batch Timings

Days

Timings

Mon – Friday Morning 08:00 – 10:00, 10:00 – 01:00
Evening 5:30 – 07:30
Saturday 11:30 – 12:30 Test Series
Sunday Self Preparation

Important Educational Institutional Bodies in India

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Higher Education in India is one of the largest and oldest systems of higher education in the world

Universities in India

The University system has a number of different types of institutions and there are wide variations in their missions, goals and objectives.

A. Central University

While other universities in the country are established by the State Governments, a central University in India is formed by the Government of India, by an Act Of Parliament

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University of Allahabad?is the?Oldest
among all central Universities in India

i. The Government of India is responsible for arranging, allocating and distributing financial resources required by the University Grants Commission (UGC) for the establishment of Central Universities in India
ii. Currently, there are 46 universities in India by April 2015
iii. Delhi & Uttar Pradesh has highest number of central universities with 5 each.

B. State?University
The State Governments establish and plan for the colleges and universities in the states.
i. Currently, there are 332 state universities in India by April 2015
ii. Uttar Pradesh has highest number of state universities with 25, followed by Gujarat with 24, Karnataka with 23, Tamil Nadu with 22, West Bengal & Rajasthan with 21 each, and Andhra Pradesh & Maharashtra with 20 state universities each.

C. Deemed?University

UGC is entrusted with another responsibility of giving ?Deemed? status to any educational institution by which:
i. UGC can grant fund to them;
ii. UGC can make such institution enable to design their own syllabus and course work;
iii. Such institutions also get the authority to set its own guidelines regarding admission and fees.
iv. ?Currently, there are 128?deemed universities in India by April 2015 with Tamil Nadu has maximum number of deemed university in country with 28, followed by Maharashtra with 21 and Karnataka with 14

D. Private University

In the past few years, the private universities have mushroomed with total 216 Private Universities in country. Rajasthan has the maximum private universities with 40, followed by Uttar Pradesh with 23 and Gujarat with 20

Formal & Distance Education?in India

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? Indra Gandhi National Open University was established in 1985
? Purpose :- To democratize higher education & to provide cost-effective, quality education to large sections of Indian population
? Is a world leader in distance education
? Serves the educational aspirations of over 2.6 million students in India and 36 other countries through the 21 School of Studies and a network of 61 regional centers, around 3000 learner support centers and around 60 overseas centers.
? Functions
i. Offers various academic programmes that lead to Certificates, Diplomas, and Degrees
ii. In it?s capacity as an Apex Body,?it co-ordinates and monitors distance education system throughout the country

Professional/Technical?& General Education?in India

1. UGC

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? The University Grants Commission has the unique distinction of being the only grant-giving agency in the country
? Responsibilities of UGC
i. Providing funds;
ii. Co-ordination, determination and maintenance of standards in institutions of higher education

2. NCERT

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? The National Council of Educational Research and Training was established in September 1961 in New Delhi as an autonomous body.
? Objectives
i. Qualitative improvement in the education
ii. Provide qualitative text books
iii. Improvement in the quality of teachers education

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English Tips & tricks on Articles for Banking , SSC, and General Competition Exams

Definition

The adjectives a, an and the are called Articles.

Types of Articles

Articles are basically categorized into two broad categories

A.?Indefinite article?A/An
B.?Definite article?The

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Use of Indefinite Article?A/An

a. An is usually used before a word beginning with a?vowel sound
For example
(i) Radha is an intelligent girl.
(ii) He is an MP. ? ? (sound of ?em?p where e is a vowel)
(iii) You are an honest man. ? ?(sound of ?own?est where o is a vowel)

b. ?A is used before a word beginning with a?consonant sound
For example
(i) He is a university student. ?(sound of ?you?niversal where y is a consonant)
(ii) He is a European. ? ?(sound of ?you?ropean where y is a consonant)
(iii) He is a one-eyed man.

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c. A/An is used before a singular countable noun only when it?is mentioned for the first time representing no
particular person or thing.
For example
(i) He has an oxen.
(ii) She is a landlord.
(iii) A boy came to my home.
d. A/An is used before a singular countable noun which is?used as the representative of a class of things or persons.
For example
(i) A lion is a dangerous animal.
(ii) A pupil should obey his teacher.
(iii) A dog is a faithful animal.

e. A/An is used to make a common noun of a proper noun.
For example
(i) My neighbour is a philanthropist.
(ii) She is a Sania Mirza.
(iii) His brother is a PM.

f. A/An is used in exclamations before singular countable?nouns.
For example
(i) What an interesting video
(ii) What a pretty girl
(iii) What a lovely morning

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g. A/An is used in its original sense of one or any.
For example
(i) He wants a car.
(ii) There are not fourteen inches in a foot.
(iii) He bought a pen.

Use of Definite Article?The

a. when we talk about a particular person or thing or one?already mentioned.
For example
(i) Give me the pen which you bought last Saturday.
(ii) The book you want is out of stock.
(iii) I met a boy. The boy was handsome.

b. when a singular noun represents a whole class.
For example
(i) The rose is a beautiful flower.
(ii) The dog loves comfort.
(iii) The Neem is a useful tree.

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c. Before the first noun in ?noun + preposition + noun??construction.
For example
(i) The Rama?of Ramayana is an ideal king.
(ii) The diamond of South Africa is famous.
(iii) He likes the food of Jaipur.

d. Before names of mountain-ranges.
For example
The Himalayas, The Alps, The Aravallis

e. Before names of groups of islands.
For example
The West Indies,?The Andamans

f. Before names of rivers, oceans, gulfs, deserts and forests.
For example
The Ganges, ?The Nile,?The Amazon, ?The Indian Ocean,?The Gulf of Mexico, The Thar deseert, The
Black Forest

g. Before names of religious and mythological books.
For example
The Ramayana, The Quran, The Bible

h. Before names of newspapers and magazines.
For example
The Times of India, The?Outlook

i. Before names of heavenly bodies, directions and things?unique of their kind
For example
The sun, The earth,?The moon, The?equator

Note that ?The? is not used before the words ?Parliament, Heaven, God, Hell ?.

j. before names of historical buildings, places and events.
For example
The Red Fort, The Taj Mahal, ?The Siachen, The Dandi March

k. Before musical instruments.
For example
(i) He can play the flute.
(ii) She is fond of playing the guitar.

Note that?When musical instruments are used as countable?nouns, A/An is used.
For example
(i) We bought a sitar for her.
(ii) I gifted him a violin.

l. Before religious communities and political parties.
For example
The Hindus, The Sikhs, The Bhartiya Janta Party

m. Before names of ships, aeroplanes and trains.
For example
The INS Vikrant, The?Qatar Airlines,?The Rajdhani?Express

n. Before the words denoting physical positions or
For example
The centre, The top,?The front, The back
Further,??before parts of body
For example
(ii) He pulled the dog by the tail.
(ii)?Sohan?was hit on the head.

o. Before names of government departments and armed?forces.
For example
The Legislative, The Judiciary, The Executive, The Air Force, The Army

p. Before the dates of months.
For example
The 21st of December, The 5th June

Note that before the ordinals, we also use the articles
For example
The first, The third, The ninth

q. before the superlative degree.
For example
(i) He is?the best guy for this job.
(ii) She is the sweetest?girl in the class.

r. Before the names of a few countries that form federations and provinces.
For example
The USA, ?The Netherlands, The USSR, The Republic of China, ?The?Punjab
t. Before comparative degree in case of making a choice between the two.
For example
(i) He?is the tougher of the two guys.
(ii) She?is the prettier of the two.

Zero?Articles

Sometimes there is no need for using any kind of article. Such articles are known as zero articles.?This term used here is not universal but it is aptly used to denote the reference of omission of articles.

The articles a, an, the are omitted
a. Before names of days and months.
For example
(i) She will go on Monday.
(ii) They are getting married in January.

b. Before names of languages.
For example
(i) He cannot speak French.
(ii) She is learning Marathi.

c. Before names of subjects.
For example
(i) She has no interest in mathematics.
(ii) Biology is his favourite subject.

d. Before names of diseases.
For example
(i) AIDS is spreading like wild fire.
(ii) He died of cancer.

Note that??The? is used before the names of a few diseases.
For example
the plague, the measles,the mumps,

e. Before names of festivals and seasons.
For example
(i) He will go to USA?in winter.
(ii) She celebrated Diwali?with her friends.
But note that
(i) He will go to Canada in the winter season.
(ii) She went to Delhi in the Diwali holidays.

f. Before names of sports.
For example
(i) She plays tennis.
(ii) We like cricket.

g. Before names of meals.
For example
(i) They take lunch at 2 pm.
(ii) Breakfast is ready.

h. Before school, college, church, prison, hospital, bed,?market, when these places are visited or used for their
primary purpose.
For example
(i) She goes to temple?on Sunday.
(ii) The criminal was sent to prison.

i. before man, life, death, art, science, when these words?are used in the widest sense.
For example
(i) Science has developed much in the past fifty years.
(ii) Man is mortal.

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All the SSC – CGL – 2015-16 AspirantsReasoning (50 Marks)

We have a team of experience & highly qualified teachers at Competition Gurukul who prepares you in effective and competent manner to achieve great heights in SSC CGL exam. We prepare candidates not just to clear SSC exam but we make them achieve great heights in exam . The SSC CGL exam is distributed in two tiers

Ties – 1 (200 Marks) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?+ Tier?2 (400 Marks) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?= 600 Marks

Reasoning (50 Marks)
Reasoning (50 Marks)
Reasoning (50 Marks) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Reasoning (50 Marks)
Reasoning (50 Marks) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Marks (200 Marks)

According to marks Scheme. We can say English (250 Marks) and Maths (250 Marks) are very important for SSC CGL exam.

How we can Help you to crack these exam!!!
The amount of time spend on preparation vary from person to person but only Marks. We have to pay attention towards Maths and English.

In this exam General Studies and Reasons have not much weightage as ?compared to other exam.

  • Reasons Questions are very simple asked in this exam
  • GS have vast area but ?in this topic you can score

How?

  • If you prepare GS acc to asked pattern in inprevious year paper.
  • We provide notes ACC to latest pattern of these exam

How we can Help in Maths

Maths are divided in two parts

    Tier 1

  • Arithmetic
  • Higher Maths
    Tier 2

  • Arithmetic (30-35 Marks)
  • Higher Maths (15-20 Marks)

Arithmetic Parts -: Contains Topic except. Algebra, Trigo, Mensuration, Geometry.

In?Arithmetic mostly Questions are asked on tricky Approach, which require (30-40 Seconds) to solve questions.

  • Our Focus will be on showing the way to solve questions in tricky way.
  • This way will also helps you in Ties @ maths, arithmetic parts because there is also same topic we have to Study.
  • In Higher maths we tries to give you such way to solve some that you can Answer without much calculation.
  • Basic problems is if you tries solving question on your own pattern these is time problem. in these exam time management is most important.

English

    Tier

  • Grammer- 30 Marks
  • Vocabulary – 20 Marks
  • Idoms Phase – 5
  • Antonyms – 5
  • Synonyms – 5
  • One Words – 5

Vocabulary parts is scoring because in this part you have to memorise words given in one notes

  • We provide such notes of Vocabulary. which contains last 10 year vocab and all vocab. which has been asked
  • Same topics are for Tier 2 (ENGLISH ) Do this will help to be in rank

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SSC (Staff Selection Commission) exam is country’s one of the most searched exam for the aspirants in the recent years. This exam provides an opportunity to the candidates for getting recruited for various lucrative posts in various Ministries and departments coming under the?Government of India. The SSC exams are?conducted as CGL (Combined Graduate Level) which has very moderate syllabus to prepare but the level of questioning in exams could vary from easy to moderate to tougher one. The SSC exam is conducted into three tiers:

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  • Tier 1 is a general?competitive exam with 200 multiple choice questions to be done in 2 hour A.General Intelligence + Reasoning – 50 marks
    B.Gen.Awareness-50 marks
    C. Quantitative Aptitude ? 50 marks
    D. English Comprehension – 50 marks
    For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 hours 40 minutes
  • Tier 2 is the next level of SSC exam for the qualified candidates of Tier 1 exam which is divided into two different papers of worth 400 Marks:
    I. Quantitative Abilities : 200 marks (100 Questions)
    Duration: 2 hours.?For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 hours 40 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?minutes wherever eligible.II.?English Language & Comprehension: 200 marks (100 Questions)
    Duration : 2 hours.?For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy:2 hours 40 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?minutes?wherever eligible.
  • Tier-3 is the final stage of SSC exam where the qualified candidates of Tier-1 exam are shortlisted for Interview of worth 100 Marks

SYLLABUS FOR SSC CGL EXAM 2015

Reasoning

Reasoning section asked in SSC Exam is not as tough as the quantitative section since the candidate do not have to?apply any methodology to get an answer for a given question. But since this exam is all about time-bounded, it is not so easy to get all answers quickly within a time frame as it tests a candidate?s skill of problem solving?and mental observation. But if a candidate is guided with tips and tricks to solve the problem in a quick review along with ample practice, he/she can easily solve the problems in a very short time during examination.

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Quantitative Aptitude

SSC CGL Exam has Quantitative Aptitude in both Tier-1 (Moderate Level of Mathematics) and Tier-2 (Tough Level of Mathematics) Exam with questions asked from Basic Mathematics.?This section could be?easy and scoring only for the candidates with the?awareness of the short tricks, tips and formulas with the good amount of practice of various kinds of questions.? Here the questions are asked from topics of number systems, time and work, pipes and cisterns, percentages, partnerships, mensuration, profit and loss, probability, etc. A Candidate must purchase a good material containing past years Questions and solve them by setting time of 40 minutes.

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General English

Likewise Quantitative Aptitude, SSC CGL Exam has English in both Tier-1 (Moderate Level of English) and Tier-2 (Tough Level of English) Exam. The English section?simply test the candidates understanding to the language and his/her skills of reading & grammar understanding?which cover the topics of?comprehension, grammar, ?vocabulary, etc. which demands daily reading, learning of new words and thorough working on the grammar..

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General Awareness

This is the SSC Tier-1 ‘s most ?crucial section which can be easily cleared?if a candidate is regular updated to the current affairs (national, international, sports, important dates, awards, books and authors) and make sure to study general awareness subjects- History, Geography, Political Science, Economics and General Science.

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