Monday, April 10, 2017

SSC Exam Calendar 2017-18 [Updated] pdf download

Hello Readers,

Today, SSC has uploaded an Updated Annual Exam Calendar for the session 2017-18. SSC CGL and CPO aspirants were eagerly waiting for the notification. The snapshot of the Image has been attached below. You can also download the official Pdf file by clicking on below given link.

Important Dates:

SSC CGL 2017 Tentative Dates:

  1. Date of Notification: 16.05.2017
  2. Last Date of Application: 16.06.2017
  3. Date of Tier-1 Exam : 01-08-17 to 20-08-2017
  4. Date of Tier-2 Exam: 10.11.2017 and 11.11.2017
  5. Date of Tier-3 : 21.01.2018
  6. Date of Tier-4 : Feb, 2018

SSC CGL 2017-18 updated calendar

Alternatively, You can also check yourself by visiting the website,>>Candidate Corner>>Examination Calendar>>Tentative Schedule of Examination.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

All India One Exams for Tier-1 Proposed for filling up vacancies of Group B (Non-Gazetted)

As the Proposal says, Govt. of India is planning to conduct a common Tier-1 Exam for filling up vacancies of Group B (Non-Gazetted). However, Tier-2 will be conducted by different departments on the basis of marks obtained by Candidates in Tier-1. The exact letter is posted below.

All Heads of Department
Govt. of NCT Delhi
Delhi, New Delhi
Sub : Unified and transparent recruitment process for filling up vacancies of Group B (Non-Gazetted) and below posts in Government of India - regarding.
The Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI, through its letter dated 07.02.2017 has referred to DoPT, GOI, dated 25.01.2017 which states that of present candidates seeking government jobs have to appear for different examinations where similar eligibility conditions have been prescribed. The multiple recruitment examinations not only burden the candidates but also result in avoidable expenditure in conducting of these examinations by various recruitment agencies. Government is now proposing to introduce common eligibility and to shortlist the candidates for vacancies of Group ‘B’, Non-Gazetted and below posts through computer based online mode test for Tier-1 Examination to be conducted by a multi agency body. There will be common registrations of candidates through National Career Service (NCS) portal. There would be separate common examinations for graduates, 12th pass and 10th pass candidates. The scores obtained by the candidates shall be available to the candidates and individual recruitment agencies. The Tier-1 score shall be valid for one year from date of declaration of the result. Candidates can thereafter apply to various recruitment agencies for appearing in Tier-II examinations. Final selection will be made through specialised Tier-II examination to be conducted by individual recruitment agencies. This would result in savings to the candidates and the Government but also compress the duration of the selection process by half. The MHA has sought details in prescribed format (reproduced below) in respect of all Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and below level posts, wherever there is adherence of direct recruitment and direct recruitment is not through the SSC/UPSC.
I am directed to request that information may kindly be provided in requisite format latest by 23.02.2017, both in, respect of your department and subordinate offices/organizations under your administrative control, in order to enable this department to compile and forward details/reply to Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI.
The format given is
Sl. No.
Particular of Posts
Scales of Pay and classification of posts Number of sanctioned posts
No. of direct recruitment

For those who don't understand English, Here is the message.
गृह मंत्रालय, भारत सरकार ने दिनांक 07.02.2017 के पत्र के माध्यम से डीओपीटी, भारत सरकार, ओ.एम. दिनांक 25/01/2017 जो बताता है कि वर्तमान में सरकारी नौकरियों की मांग करने वाले उम्मीदवारों को अलग-अलग परीक्षाओं में शामिल होना है जहां समान योग्यता शर्तें निर्धारित की गई हैं। कई भर्ती परीक्षाओं में न केवल उम्मीदवारों पर बोझ होता है बल्कि विभिन्न भर्ती एजेंसियों द्वारा इन परीक्षाओं के संचालन में होने वाले व्यय व्यय में भी परिणाम होता है। सरकार अब आम पात्रता पेश करने का प्रस्ताव दे रही है और समूह 'बी', गैर-राजपत्रित और पदों के नीचे स्थित उम्मीदवारों को कम्प्यूटर आधारित ऑनलाइन मोड परीक्षण के माध्यम से टियर 1 परीक्षा के लिए एक बहु-एजेंसी संगठन राष्ट्रीय कैरियर सेवा (एनसीएस) पोर्टल के माध्यम से उम्मीदवारों के सामान्य पंजीकरण होंगे। स्नातकों, 12 वीं और 10 वीं पास के उत्तीर्ण उम्मीदवारों के लिए अलग-अलग परीक्षा होगी। उम्मीदवारों द्वारा प्राप्त अंक उम्मीदवारों और व्यक्तिगत भर्ती एजेंसियों के लिए उपलब्ध होंगे। टियर -1 स्कोर परिणाम घोषित होने की तारीख से एक वर्ष के लिए वैध होगा। इसके बाद उम्मीदवार टीयर -2 परीक्षाओं में भाग लेने के लिए विभिन्न भर्ती एजेंसियों पर आवेदन कर सकते हैं। व्यक्तिगत चयन भर्ती एजेंसियों द्वारा आयोजित किए जाने वाले विशेष टियर -2 परीक्षा के माध्यम से अंतिम चयन किया जाएगा। इससे उम्मीदवारों और सरकार को बचत होगी, लेकिन चयन प्रक्रिया की अवधि को आधी से भी कम कर दिया जाएगा। गृह मंत्रालय ने सभी समूह 'बी' (गैर-राजपत्रित) और नीचे के स्तर के पदों के संबंध में निर्धारित प्रारूप में (नीचे पुनर्मुद्रित) माँग की है, जहां कहीं भी सीधे भर्ती का ******* है और सीधे भर्ती के माध्यम से नहीं है एसएससी / यूपीएससी
All India One Exams for Tier-1 Proposed

Friday, March 17, 2017

What should be the Strategy to Crack SSC CGL 2017 in First Attempt?

Cracking a competitive exam is more about strategy than the hard-work. It's really important to strategies before you actually put in your time and efforts. SSC CGL written exam is held in two phases i.e Tier 1 & Tier 2. Today, We are going to discuss how you should start your preparation and attempt questions in SSC CGL Tier-1 exam.

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 Before we start explaining the Strategy to Crack SSC CGL Exam in details, it's important for you to know about various myths associated with SSC CGL Exam.

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Myths and Facts related to SSC CGL Exam

Myth 1Questions are not repeated in SSC CGL Exam

Fact -   You hear this from a lot of people, right? However this perception is completely wrong. The truth is, SSC do repeat questions and that too in all sections(Reasoning, Maths, English, G.S). If you don't believe me, have a look on last 4-5 year question papers of SSC CGL. You will find that, there are around 2-3 questions in each section which are repeated after every time. It is therefore necessary to solve Previous Year Papers. In English Section, you will find repeated questions inOne-Word Substitution, Idioms/phrases, Synonyms,Antonyms, Correction of sentences

In Mathematics, you will find repeated questions in topics like Mensuration, Trigonometry, Geometry & Algebra.

Myth 2GK Section is Unpredictable and Can't be Scoring

Fact -   Those students who are still not able to decode the pattern of the GK section are bound to feel that its syllabus is too vast and thus, it's difficult to score in this section. However, If you analyze the GK Section of past year CGL papers, you will realize that certain question types are repeated almost every year. For example, The first in India, Constitutional articles & amendments, commonly used chemicals, folk dances of india etc. Judging the pattern will make GK section scoring for you.

Myth 3Maths is only about Shortcuts & Tricks

Fact -   For many students, Maths section is difficult and time consuming. It has questions from all major topics like Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration and Trigonometry. Many students believe that it's almost impossible to score good marks without using Tricks and Shortcuts. What we feel is, Tricks and shortcuts are undoubtedly helpful but you still need basic concept to learn and use them effectively.

Myth 4Current Affairs are useless for CGL Exam

Fact -   Major subjects for SSC CGL GS Section are undoubtedly History, Polity, Geography, Science & Economics as most of the questions are asked from these subjects only. However, it is a misconception that Current Affairs is useless and should be ignored. You will be surprised to know that around 4-5 questions in G.K section are related to current affairs. So, Covering all major events of last 3-4 months can give you 4-5 marks for granted.

Myth 5If you are weak in Grammar, you can't get good marks in English 

Fact -   You will hear from a lot of people that you can only get good marks in English section after mastering the Grammar Portion. However, that's not true. The English Section has 50 questions. Out of these, only 5-10 questions are dedicated to spotting errors and 5 questions are dedicated to correction of sentences. These are the two sections where you need a strong command over Grammar. Rest of 35 questions are dedicated to reading, Vocabulary and fundamental English usage. So, if you are weak in Grammar section, you should focus on these topics to score in English Section.

Myth 6Questions based on Comprehension should be avoided

Fact -   Many students believe that Reading Comprehension takes too much time and thus it should be avoided. They feel that Avoiding questions based on comprehension will save their time which they can utilize in solving other questions. However, the best thing about Comprehension is, with a good reading speed & practice, you can easily score 5 to 10 marks. This is because, passages don't ask you to memorize any formulae or facts.

Myth 7Knowledge of Higher Maths is Required

Fact -   We receive numerous e-mails where student ask us questions like, "Do ssc contain questions from higher classes i.e 11th - 12th", "Do i need to cover the syllabus of 11th & 12th Maths for doing better in CGL Exam". Well, the answer is "No". It's clearly mentioned by SSC that "Questions in Maths will be of 10th standard level and Questions in English will be of 10+2 level". However, you may find slightly difficult maths questions in Tier-2 Exam.

Myth 8One can't prepare for Synonyms, Antonyms, One-Word Substitution, Idioms/phrases etc

Fact -   Students normally don't give importance to building vocabulary. Due to this, they face many problem specially in English Section. If you want to improve your Vocabulary, we recommend Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis.

As far as SSC CGL is concerned, you can easily prepare for topics like Synonyms, Antonyms, One-Word Substitution & Idioms/phrases. Synonyms/Antonyms are repeated by SSC in CGL Exam. So, solving previous year papers will really help. For One-Word Substitution and Idioms/Phrases, you can read our collection.

  1. One Word Substitution for SSC CGL
  2. Idioms/Phrases for SSC CGL

Before you start your Preparation, Check the CutOff Marks of SSC CGL Tier-1 2016

  1. Gen - 137
  2. OBC - 125.50
  3. SC - 114
  4. ST - 103
  5. Ex.S - 92
  6. OH- 97
  7. VH - 68
  8. HH - 20

Strategy to Crack SSC CGL in First Attempt

First go through the previous years Questions and analyse what type of questions they ask. You will find that Reasoning and Quantitative sections usually have similar kind of questions (around 60%) in each paper. Put your focus in reasoning, maths. Try and develop shortcuts of reoccurring question that will help you getting an edge over other aspirants.
Learn some data by heart, say 36 Kmph is 10 metre/sec, for every 5 units change in Kmph 18 units change in metre/sec. Hope you get it.

In reasoning, learn the Alphabets positional value, like T is 20, K is 11 so on. It will save time in writing alphabets every time you face coding decoding, series type of questions.

In English, if you examine carefully many words are repeated almost every year(SSC don't take pain to upgrade their question bank, i suppose :P ). So just go through any decent book having English previous paper. Pay attention to Subject Verb Agreement Chapter of the grammar book you are reading as many error finding questions can easily be solved by simply reading this chapter only.

For General Studies, study in  this order. Polity( Amendment acts, articles, Special provisions, preamble, feature/Borrowing of constitution) > Science(Biology >physics > Pollutants and diseases they cause > Chemistry)> History ( Modern ( Gandhian era, special sessions of INC, constituent assembly) > Ancient history ( Harrapa , Ashoka's era ) >Current Affairs ( Indian diaspora, sports, awards) > Economy > Geography. General Studies question bank has changed completely ( Guess they did something after all ). you cannot expect many direct easy question now. I suggest you to not to talk pain in reading voluminous stuff. 

Strategy During Examination.
Time management is very essential.Get the paper. Open GS section first. Quickly mark answers you know. Don't guess even if you can't resist guess until you are 50 % sure. Don't ponder too much over a question ( Say If they ask When did India get Independence. Now if you know the answer that is great, but if you are not then if you spend 2 minutes or 2 hours on the same question you will never going to get the answer.) So lesson learned : move on to other question if you don't know it. Simple. 5 minutes are enough for GS section, if you go by this way.

Next take English section. This is the section we usually mark the most answers, the reason being it sounds okay while making a choice. I suggest you not to make answer depending upon intuitions. Solve this section in 15 minutes.

Now take reasoning, try to solve in maximum 20 minutes. 
Approximately 40 minutes are now spent, and you have attempted 75% of the paper. Congratulate yourself :P 

Now you have 20 minutes in hand with 25 maths problems to solve.This section decides your merit. if have done some serious handwork, this will be an easy task to do. 

The reason we told you to attempt GS first is because our mind is initially blank, or should we put up in other way, our mind hasn't started working properly. If you solve in this manner your mind has now gained some momentum and is ready to face tougher task ( reasoning, Quantitative)

Books You should follow for Getting Best Result in SSC CGL

  1. Objective General English by S.P Bakshi
  2. English for General Competition by KD Campus
  3. A Mirror of Common Error
Both of the above-mentioned books are considered best for all competitive exams including SSC CGL. If you are a Hindi medium student, you should buy the second book i.e English for General Competition. This book has contents from both S.P Bakshi and Lucent's English Grammar book.

If you are looking to strengthen your English, We recommend you to start reading The Hindu daily. For Vocabs, you should use "Word Power Made Easy" . Don't just read, note down important vocabularies which you don't understand. 


Here, it's important to mention that, you don't need to purchase both Quantum CAT and Arithmatic and Advanced Maths. Either of the books is enough. However, you must purchase either the third book or the fourth one for practice. The fourth book i.e Rakesh Yadav 7300+ discusses shortcut tricks as well which is missing in Kiran's chapter-wise solved paper. If you are just looking for previous year questions, you can buy either of the two.

  1. SSC Reasoning Chapterwise Solved Papers 1999 Till Date English
The level of Reasoning questions asked in SSC CGL is easy. Keeping this in mind, following the above-mentioned book is enough to score 40+ in Tier-1.

General Knowledge
  1. General Knowledge by Lucent Publication
  2. Our History Pdf - Free to download
  3. SSC General Awareness Chapterwise Solved Papers (1997 - till date)  -- -----for Practice
If you have enough time, you can also study the NCERT Books. However, If you don't have much time, studying the above-mentioned books is enough for scoring good marks.

What Should be your Target in SSC CGL Tier-1 2017?
Don't try just to cross the cut-offs. Believe me, it's not that tough but you won't be able to get a good job through CGL. If you are really serious, you should try to get at least 160+ being a General Category student, 150+ being an OBC candidate and 130+ being an SC/ST candidate.

If you still have any doubt, feel free to ask me through comments.
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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

SSC CHSL 2016 Official Answer Key Released

Hello Readers,

SSC has released the answer key of SSC CHSL 2016 Examination. You can check you attempts and the correct answer by submitting your login details. The link to the login page is provided below.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Marks Out. Check Your Marks

SSC has released the Marks of SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 through the medium of PDFs. There are 4 separate PDFs each for Paper-1, 2,  and 4. You can download those pdfs by clicking on below given links.:

SSC CGL Result 2016 Tier 2 Exam

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 2 Exam Result Declared | SSC CGL Mains Result 2016

SSC has finally declared the result of most awaited and prestigious exam SSC CGL Tier-2 2016. We would like to Congratulate all those candidates who have been shortlisted for Tier-3 and CPT.

For those who didn't clear the Cut-Off this year, Remember that a Result is mere a parameter of your Preparation, it's not the end of the world. So, Have some courage and move ahead. SSC CGL 2017 is not too far away.

SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Result

Download CutOff List - Click Here 

Tier-2 Result for the Post of AAO - Click Here 

Tier-2 Result 2016 for CPT (List 2 ) - Click Here

Tier-2 Result 2016 for Statistical Officer Grade II (List 3) - Click here 

Tier-2 Result 2016 for Tier-3 and DEST (List -4) - Click Here 

SSC CGL Tier -I & SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Time reduced to 60 Minutes from 75 Minutes

According to the "SSC(Cr) Notice, the Scheme & the time duration of SSC Exams has been changed. A number of changes have been mentioned in the Notice which are as follows:

SubjectNo. of QuestionMaximum MarksTotal Duration/ Timing
General Intelligence25 questions5060 Minutes (Total)
English Language (Basic Knowledge)25 questions50
For VH/OH (afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and OH with deformity in writing hand - 80 Minutes. 
Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)25 questions 50
General Awareness25 questions50

Important Points from the Notice

Change 1: 
  • The time limit for examination  of SSC CGL Tier -I & SSC CHSL Tier I has been reduced  from 75 minutes to 60 minutes.
Change 2: 
  • The Notification mentions "Basic Arithmetic Skills" in Quantitative Aptitude Section. It means, You should expect more questions from this section.
Change 3: 
  • The Pattern of SSC MTS Exam has been changed. It will be similar to SSC CGL Tier I Exam & SSC CHSL Tier I Exam. 
  • From this year, It will also be conducted Online.
Change 4: 
  • There will be negative marking of 0.50 for each wrong answer in Tier-I of all SSC Exam i.e SSC CGL, SSC CHSL & SSC MTS Exam.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

History Quiz for SSC CGL & SSC CPO Tier-1 2017

General Awareness played an Important role in SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 as Questions in the rest of the sections were pretty easy. That is probably the reason why it witnessed an enormous increase in the CutOffs. If you are interested in checking the CutOff Marks of SSC CGL Tier-1 2016, Click Here.

Since SSC increased the level of questions in CGL Tier-2, we are expecting that it will raise the level of Questions in CGL Tier-1 2017 as well.So be prepared.

No matter whether it raises the level of questions in other sections or not, General Awareness will continue to play an Important role. We will provide Quizzes on all sections and will make sure that the level of questions are on par with the actual level we are expecting. So, keep visiting us regularly and participate in our daily quizzes regularly.

Today, we are providing a Quiz on History. It will test your knowledge in History.

History Quiz for SSC CGL 2017
  1. The Capital of Qutub-ud-din Aibak was?
    (A) Lahore
    (B) Delhi
    (C) Ajmer
    (D) Lakhnauti
    View Answer
  2. Chronologically arrange the four important wars fought by Humayun, Places of war are given below:
    (A) Chausa, Dewra, Kannau, Sarhind
    (B) Dewra, Kannauj, Chausa, Sarhind
    (C) Sarhind, Dewra, Chausa, Kannauj
    (D) Dewra, Chausa, Kannauj, Sarhind
    View Answer
  3. The palace of Chandragupta in Patliputra was made of?
    (A) Bricks
    (B) Stones
    (C) Wood
    (D) Clay
    View Answer
  4. Who among the following repeated the Vernacular Press Act?
    (A) Dufferin
    (B) Ripon
    (C) Curzon
    (D) Hardings
    View Answer
  5. Who was the last governor general of Independent India?
    (A) Lord Mountbatten
    (B) C. Rajgopalachari
    (C) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
    (D) None of these
    View Answer
  6. Which was the reason of the fialure of 1857 revolt?
    (A) Lack of Hindu-Muslim Unity
    (B) Lack of any general plan and central organization
    (C) Limited region of its impact.
    (D) Non-participation of zamindars
    View Answer
  7. After passing Quit India Resolution, Gandhiji was lodged in
    (A) Yarvada Jail
    (B) Naini Jail
    (C) Ahmadnagar Fort
    (D) Aghakhan Palace
    View Answer
  8. The Widow Remarriages Act, 1856 was passed during the Governor-Generalship of
    (A) Banticks
    (B) Dalhousie
    (C) Canning
    (D) Lawrence
    View Answer
  9. Who of the following had ended the dual government of Bengal?
    (A) Robert Clive
    (B) Lord Cornwallis
    (C) Waren Hastings
    (D) None of these
    View Answer
  10. Ranjit Singh had received the famous Kohinoor diamond from
    (A) Shah Shuja
    (B) Jaman Shah
    (C) Dost Mohammad
    (D) Sher Ali
    View Answer
Have you attempted all questions? Did you find any new question? Do inform us by commenting.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Answer Key Released. Check it here

Dear Readers,

Staff Selection Commission has released the official Answer key of SSC CGL Tier-2 2016. You can check your answer key using the below given link.

SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Answer Key

Click Here for Checking your Answer Key (Official) 

Click Here for the Official Notice Pdf from SSC

Do share your marks with us via commenting.

All the best.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

SSC CHSL 2015 Tier-2 ( Descriptive) Result Declared

Staff Selection Commission conducted the Combined Higher Secondary (10 + 2) Examination, 2015 (Descriptive Paper) on 18.09.2016 for recruitment to the post of Data Entry Operators and Lower Division Clerks at various centers all over the country. A total of 46,125 candidates appeared in the said examination.

Based on the cut-off fixed in Descriptive Paper( Paper-II) by the Commission, 6446 candidates qualified provisionally for skill test for Data Entry Operator and 44,586 candidates for Typing Test for Post of Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant and Lower Division Clerk as per below given cut-off.

Skill Test for Data Entry Operator: 

  1. The skill test will be taken on computer. 
  2. The ‘Data Entry Speed’ Skill Test would be qualifying in nature. Candidates allowed to take this test, will have to qualify the test at the prescribed speed on computer, to be provided by the Commission or the agency authorized by the Commission to conduct such skill test at the centre/venue so notified. 
  3. None of the candidates including PH candidates who qualify in the written part of the examination will be exempted from the skill test as passing of the skill test is pre-condition and one of the essential qualifications for appointment to the post of Data Entry Operator. 
  4. Only such candidates who qualify in the skill test at a speed of not less than 8,000 key depressions per hour will be eligible for being recommended for appointment as per their position in the merit list. 
  5. The duration of the said skill test will be 15 (fifteen) minutes and printed matter in English containing about 2,000 - 2200 strokes/key depressions would be given to each candidate who would enter the same in the computer. 
Typing Test for Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant and LDCs
  1. The Typing test will be taken on computer. 
  2. Typing test will be qualifying in the nature and will be conducted only in English or in Hindi. English Typing @ 35 w.p.m. (Time allowed 10 minutes) (30 minutes for VH candidates) Hindi Typing @ 30 w.p.m. (Time allowed 10 minutes) (30 minutes for VH candidates). (35 w.p.m. and 30 w.p.m. corresponds to 10500 Key Depressions Per Hour/ 9000Key Depressions Per Hour respectively. 

For Downloading the Cutoff File - Click Here

List of Candidates Qualified in Paper-2 for appearing in SKill Test(DEST)- Click Here

List of Candidates Qualified in Paper-2 for appearing in Typing Test for the post of Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant/LDC - Click Here

Result of this examination is available on SSC’s Website Marks of qualified & Non-qualified candidates will be made available on the Commissions website shortly. 

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Important Essay Topics for SSC CGL Tier-3 2016

SSC CGL Tier-2 was conducted from 30th November to 2nd December 2016. This exam was also canceled in various exam centers across the country. The Re-exam of those candidates will be re-conducted in the month of January 2017.

Those who have already appeared in Tier-2 and are confident of cracking it should start their preparation for Tier-3 without waiting for the results.

In this post, we are providing you Important Essay Topics for SSC CGL Tier-3 2016. It will definitely help you in performing well in Tier-3.

Important Essay Topics for SSC CGL Tier-3 2016

  1. Demonetization and its effects
  2. Cashless Economy - Pros and Cons keeping Indian Economy in mind
  3. Smart Cities and Smart Villages 
  4. Women Empowerment
  5. Judicial activism vs judicial overreach
  6. Article 370
  7. Linking of Rivers
  8. AFSPA
  9. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
  10. Women Empowerment
  11. Role of Print and Electronic Media
  12. Science:Boon or Bane
  13. The Fight Against Terrorism
  14. India’s Space Programme
  15. Should Women have Reserved Seats in Parliament
  16. The Age of Advertisements
  17. Online Examinations: Good or Bad
  18. The Role of Computers in Everyday Life
  19. Sexual Harassment: The Hidden Truth
  20. Center-State Relations in India
  21. Are Communalism and Casteism the two faces of the same coin
  22. Is Sex Education necessary in Schools
  23. People’s participation in Development
  24. Role of RBI 
  25. Bad effects of easy access to the Internet
  26. Corruption and Black Money

Monday, November 21, 2016

SSC Tier-2 2016 Admit Card Released. Download Yours Now( All Regions)

SSC has issued admit cards for Combined Graduate Level Exam-2016 (TIER-II) that will commence from 30th November 2016. You can download your Admit Card by following the below given steps.

Please note that your Admit card will contain your Date of ExaminationExamination Centre along with City and the Shift of Examination

How to Download the Admit Card
  • Visit the Official website of SSC of your region using below given links.
  • Click on "Download Admit Card" link.
  • Enter your registration Number and your date of birth to download the admit card.
Note - Some candidates may not find the download link in their regional ssc website. It's because SSC has not activated the download links of all regions so wait for few more days. Once ssc activate links, you would be able to download the duplicate admit card without any issue.

Direct Links to Download the Admit Card

1. SSC North Region  - Click Here
2. (Central Region) - (UP & Bihar ) -     CLICK HERE
3.  (North-Western Sub-Region)  CLICK HERE  

4. Southern Region) -  CLICK HERE 

5.(Kerala-Karnataka Region) - CLICK HERE

StateOfficial WebsiteSSC CGL 2016 Admit Card Region Wise
Rajasthan, Delhi,   SSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 North Region
Maharashtra, Gujrat, Goawww.sscwr.netSSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 Western Region
Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarhwww.sscmpr.orgSSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 MP Sub-Region
West Bengal, Orrisa, Uharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkimwww.sscer.orgSSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 Eastern Region
Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 North Eastern Region
Andhra Pradesh, Punduchery, CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 Southern Region
Karnataka, Keralawww.ssckkr.kar.nic.inSSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 KKR region
Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradeshwww.sscnwr.orgSSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 North Western Sub-Region
Uttar Pradesh & Biharwww.ssc-cr.orgSSC CGL Tier 1 Admit Card 2016 Central Region

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 Marks Declared. Download Pdf (with Alternate Link)

SSC has finally declared the Mark of CGL Tier-1 2016 Exam. This year, Questions asked in Tier-1 were pretty easy due to which majority of students managed to score decently. This is the probably the reason why Cut-off went so high.

Anyway, Everybody wants to check his/her Marks. The links to download the Marks Sheet of various Regions are given below along with Alternate Links(Official links stops working due to high traffic. So, You can use these links for downloading the Marks sheet)

Marks Sheet of CR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of ER - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of NR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of SR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of WR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of NWR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of NER - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of MPR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

Marks Sheet of KKR - Regions

Click Here to Download  - Official Link 

Click Here to Download  - Alternate Link

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