Saturday, June 10, 2017

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017 with Solution and Explanation

Maths is a scoring paper in SSC CGL. Many students score more than 190 out of 200 in Tier-2 that help them grab their dream job.

 To help you perform better in this section, we are providing you a Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017. This quiz comprises 10 questions. Try to solve these questions as fast as you can.

We will keep posting more Maths quizzes for SSC CGL Exam. So, keep visiting us.


We have already provided some Maths Quizzes for SSC CGL Exam. If you want to check those quizzes, click on below given links:

  1. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 2016 Set-1
  2. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 - Set 2
  3. Maths Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-2 Set 3
  4. Maths Quiz on Profit & Loss
  5. Maths Quiz on LCM/HCF
  6. Maths Quiz on Time & Work
  7. Maths Quiz on Profit & Loss

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 1. Seema had to divide 1080 by N, a two-digit number. Instead, She performed the division using M which is obtained by reversing the digits of N and ended up with a quotient which was 25 less than what she should have obtained otherwise. If 1080 is exactly divisible by N and M, find the sum of the digits of N.

    1. 7
    2. 9
    3. 12
    4. 5
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option B
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017


Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 3. A theif steals car at 1:30 P.M and drvies it at 45 km/hr. The theft is discovered at 2 P.M and the owner sets off in another car at 50 Km/hr. He will overtake the theif at 

    1. 3:45 PM
    2. 4:30 PM
    3. 5:30 PM
    4. 6:30 PM
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option D
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 4.A train, travelling at the rate of 18.5 miles an hour, started at 7 a.m. on a journey of 148 miles. A second train started from the same station and arrived 15 min after the first one. If the speed of the second train to that of the first train is 8:5, When did the second train start?

    1. 10:15 AM
    2. 10:45 AM
    3. 11:05 AM
    4. 11:20 AM
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option A
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 5. Tomy was born 30 years after his father was born. His sister was born 25 years after his mother was born. The average age of his family is 26.25 years right now. His sister will get married 4 years from now and will leave the family. Then, the average age of the family will be (107/3) years. What is the age of his father?

    1. 37 years
    2. 46 years
    3. 35 years
    4. 45 years
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option D
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017


Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 7.The average age of Joy's family(including his wife Sorrow and himself) immediately after Joy had his first child was 14 years. The avergae age of the family immediately after the birth of the second, third and the fourth child was 12, 12 and 15 years respectively. If the average age of Joy and his Wife Sorrow when they got married was 18 years, then find the number of years after marriage that their second child was born.

    1. 7 Years
    2. 2 Years
    3. 6 Years
    4. 5 Years
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option D
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 8. Ankur and Ashok started a business. Ankur invested the capital amounting to Rs 4500000 with the condition that the profit to be equally divided and that Ashok pays interest on half of the capital to Ankur at 10% but receives Rs 120000 per month for carrying on the business. What is their total yearly profit if Ashok's income is double of Ankur's income?

    1. Rs 7808000
    2. Rs 8609000
    3. Rs 1980000
    4. Rs 9209000
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option C
    Explanation:
    Note:

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

Maths Quiz for SSC CGL 2017

  • 10.A merchant makes a profit of P% by selling an article for Rs 24. Had the cost price and selling price been interchanged, it would have led to a loss of 62.5% of P%. With the latter cost price, what should be the new selling price to get a profit of P%?

    1. Rs 28.20
    2. Rs 38.40
    3. Rs 48.60
    4. Rs 58.45
    Answer And Explanation
    Answer: Option B
    Explanation:
    Note:

Friday, June 9, 2017

9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO - PDF(Hindi Version)

We have already provided the PDF of 9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO in English Version . This time, We are providing the Hindi Version of the same PDF file so that Hindi Medium Students can also get benefitted.

You can download this Hindi Version PDF containing 900+ GK Questions simply by clicking on below-given link.


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Thursday, June 8, 2017

9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO - PDF (English Version)

In Exams like SSC CGL, SSC CPO and SSC CHSL, General Knowledge plays a crucial role because it comprises 50 marks in Tier-1 Exam in the above-mentioned exams. It means If you neglected this subject, You will end up losing a lot of your marks.

At the same time, You can also score pretty good marks in this subject just by memorizing previous year questions. In this Post we are sharing a PDF file containing 9000+ GK Questions for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO . This File is in the English Language. Make sure you download this file and check all questions at least thrice before appearing in SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 Exam.

You can download this file by clicking on below given download link.



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One Word Substitution Asked in SSC Exams from 1997 to 2016 - PDF

One Word Substitution is an Important topic especially for SSC CGL, SSC CPO and SSC CHSL Exam. Through this post, We are sharing the PDF of One Word Substitution Asked in SSC Exams from the year 1997 to 2016. 

This Pdf file has been compiled by Online Mentors. So, Full credit goes to them. You can download this PDF by clicking on below given download link.


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1200+ Idioms & Phrases with Hindi Meaning PDF for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO

Hello Readers,

As you all know, SSC CGL Tier-1 2017 is scheduled to be conducted in the month of August 2017. We Hope your preparation is going in right direction. Today, We are sharing a PDF file containing more than 1200 Idioms & Phrases along with their Hindi Meaning. This PDF has been compiled by Freedom Academy. The link to download this file is given below. Just click on it to Download the file.






1200+ Idioms & Phrases with Hindi Meaning PDF for SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO

Thursday, May 11, 2017

SSC CGL 2017 Notification Out, Tier-1 will be held from 1st August to 20th

The Notification of SSC CGL 2017 & Tentative Exam Dates has been officially released by Staff Selection Commission. According to this Notification, Tier-1 Exam will be conducted from 1st August 2017 to 20th August 2017 in multiple slots for various posts that comes under SSC CGL.

The Online Notification has been uploaded on the official website, www.ssc.nic.in. You can download the official Notification PDF by clicking on below given link:



SSC CGL 2017 Notification Out, Tier-1 will be held from 1st August to 20th


SSC CGL Recruitment 2017: Tentative Dates

S. No.
Exam Events
Exam Dates
1
Opening Date of Online Registration
16th May 2017
2
Closing Date of Online Registration
16th June 2017
3
Online Examination Preliminary (SSC CGL Tier 1 2017)
01st – 20th August 2017
4
Online Examination Mains (SSC CGL Tier 2 2017)
10th – 11th November 2017
5
Descriptive Paper (Tier 3) – Pen & Paper
21st January 2018
6
Skill Test (Tier 4) – CPT / DEST
February 2018



SSC CGL Notification 2017: Eligibility Criteria

As per official notification of SSC CGL, in order to be eligible for the exam, a candidate should possess following –
  • Minimum age of the Candidate should be 18 years and Maximum age is 32 years as on 01.08.2017
  • Minimum Educational Qualifications: Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by the Central Government on or before 01.08.2017
  • Degree obtained through open Universities/Distance Education Mode needs to be recognized by Distance Education Council, IGNOU. Accordingly.
  • Candidates who will not acquire the educational qualification as on 01-08-2017 will not be eligible and need not apply.

SSC CGL 2017 Exam Details

Exam will be conducted in 4 Tiers.
  • Candidates who qualify in Tier 1 will be eligible to appear in Tier 2.
  • Candidates who qualify in Tier 2 will be eligible to appear in both Tier 3 and Tier 4.
  • Final merit of SSC CGL will be based on cumulative marks of Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3.
  • Tier 4 is of qualifying nature and mandatory for CSS/MEA/ Tax Assistant posts.

SSC CGL 2017: Application Fee

S. No.
Category
Fees
1.
 Male (General/OBC)
100
2.
Female (All Category)
Free
3.
SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen
Free


SSC CGL 2017: How to Apply online

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Geography Quiz for SSC CGL

Targetting Exams like SSC CGL, SSC CPO, FCI or SSC CHSL? If Yes, You should participate in this Quiz on Geogrpahy as it contains some important questions which are repeatedly asked in above-mentioned exams.

You can also participate in more Quizzes on Geography by clicking on below-given links:

  1. Geography Quiz - Set 1
  2. Geography Quiz- Set 2
  3. Mixed GK Quiz for SSC CGL


  1. Which of the following phenomenon causes Earth's seasons to occur?
    (A) The earth's orbit around the sun as an eclipse rather than a circle
    (B) The varying amount of sunspot activity
    (C) The tilt of the earth's rotation relative to the ecliptic as earth revolves around the sun
    (D) The rotation of during a 24-hour day
    View Answer
  2. Sea water is saltier than rain water because
    (A) Sea beds have salt producing mines
    (B) Rivers wash away salts from earth and pour them into the sea
    (C) Sea animals are salt producing
    (D) The air around the sea is saltish
    View Answer
  3. Sariska and Ranthambore are the reserves for which of the following
    (A) Lion
    (B) Deer
    (C) Tiger
    (D) Bear
    View Answer
  4. Which is the smallest among the following water bodies?
    (A) Arctic Sea
    (B) Hudson sea
    (C) Japan sea
    (D) Okhotsk sea
    View Answer
  5. The world’s largest lake is ____?
    (A) Lake Victoria
    (B) Lake Superior
    (C) Caspian Sea
    (D) Black Sea
    View Answer
  6. Which of the following is a bio diesel plant?
    (A) Jatropha
    (B) Pepper
    (C) Noni
    (D) Euthropa
    View Answer
  7. Which was the first hydel power project in India?
    (A) Nizamnagar in Andhra Pradesh
    (B) Paikara in Tamil Nadu
    (C) Pallivasal in Kerala
    (D) Sivasamudram in Karnataka
    View Answer
  8. On the tributary of which river has Rihand Dam been constructed?
    (A) Chambal
    (B) Yamuna
    (C) Son
    (D) Periyar
    View Answer
  9. The Barda Wildlife Sanctuary is located in which state of India?
    (A) Gujarat
    (B) Orissa
    (C) Uttarakhand
    (D) Rajasthan
    View Answer
  10. The Bandipur National Park is located in which of the following state of India?
    (A) Orissa
    (B) Karnataka
    (C) Uttarkhand
    (D) Andhra Pradesh
    View Answer

Monday, May 1, 2017

Quiz on Spotting Error for SSC CGL 2017, SSC CPO 2017, SSC CHSL 2017

Spotting Error is an Important topic in English. If you are targeting exams like SSC CGL 2017, SSC CPO 2017, SSC CHSL 2017 or any other competitive exam, You will find this Topic Important. Through this post, We are providing you 10 Practice Questions on Spotting Error along with detailed explanation.

You can also attempt more Quizzes on Spotting Error by clicking on below given links:
  1. Spotting Error Questions asked in SSC CGL Tier-2 with Solution
  2. Spotting Error Questions asked in SSC CGL Tier-2 2013 with solution
  3. Spotting Error Quiz with solution - Set 19
  4. Spotting Error Quiz with Solution - Set 20
  5. Spotting Error Quiz with Solution - Set 21
Quiz on Spotting Error for SSC CGL 2017

  1. We have carefully (A)/considered the (B)/ importance of issues raised (C)/ in the report (D)/No Error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  2. Due to his health problem (A)/ Mani retired (B) / from service (C)/ Last Year (D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  3. He sold (A)/ the property (B)/ on a (C)/ Good Price (D)/No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  4. I retained (A)/ this boy at (B)/ the strength of(C)/his honesty (D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  5. I often give (A)/ him money and (B)/ I gave him few (C)/ yesterday also (D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  6. She has been studying (A)/ since 7 hours. (B)/ No wonder why her teachers(C)/ praise her hard work all the time. (D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  7. >The police officer could see the (A)/ bank manager clearly from the corridor on the third floor (B)/ as the office is just near to the bank, (C)/ hardly leaving any space in between.(D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  8. I was surprised to hear (A)/ that it was the seven- hour trip(B)/  up green mountains which (C)/ they completed so fast.(D)/ No error. (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  9. >The single biggest gainer in this process was (A)/  Aika Industries who sales are estimated to (B)/ have moved up from 50 million to 200 million (C)/ products per month during 1987 and last year.(D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer
  10. Since the attachment of the air-conditioners (A)/ in the rooms of the office, working here (B)/ became very pleasant, (C)/ especially in the afternoons.(D)/ No error (E)
    (A) A
    (B) B
    (C) C
    (D) D
    (E) E
    View Answer

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, www.ssc.nic.in>>Candidate Corner>>Examination Calendar>>Tentative Schedule of Examination.

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

English
  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. 

Mathematics

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.

Reasoning
  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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