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UPSC NDA Admit Card 2017

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UPSC NDA Admit Card 2017 Released


UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) conducts National Defense Academy (NDA) examination twice in a year. Candidates can apply for NDA Exam after passing 12th or who are appearing in 12th class exam. Admit card of NDA 2017 had been released by the Union Public Service Commission. Those who have applied for National Defence Academy and Naval Academy exam can download their admit card. This hall ticket should be carried for each session in the examination hall along with printout of important instructions.


UPSC NDA & NA 2017 : Vacancies

Course

Number of Vacancies

National Defence Academy (NDA) – Army

208

National Defence Academy (NDA) – Navy

55

National Defence Academy (NDA) – Air Force

72

Naval Academy (10+2) Cadet Entry Scheme

55

Total

390


 

UPSC NDA 2017 : Important Dates

Events

Date

NDA Online Application Commenced

18th January 2017

Last Date to Apply online for NDA NA 2 Exam

10th February 2017

Date of release NDA NA Admit Card 2017

28th March

NDA & NA 1 Exam

23rd April 2017

NDA & NA 2 Exam

10th September 2017


 

How to download UPSC NDA Admit Card 2017 ?

Follow the below steps for downloading the UPSC Admit Card 2017:

  • In order to download the admit card, the candidates will have to open the official website of UPSC.
  • In the Home page the candidates will have to check the “What’s New” section for useful link.
  • Here the candidates will get the Download Admit Card link for NDA examination.
  • After clicking on the above mentioned link, the candidates will have to enter their Registration /Roll Number and Date of Birth and then submit.
  • After submit, the candidates can download the admit card.
  • Please take the print out of Admit Card and Important Instructions.


 

Direct Links for downloading the UPSC NDA & NA Admit Card 2017:


 


Click here to Download UPSC NDA/NA Admit Card – Delhi Centres

Click here to Download UPSC NDA/NA Admit Card – Non-Delhi Centres


 


 

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SSC MTS Admit Card 2017

SSC MTS Admit Card 2017

SSC MTS Admit Card 2017

The Staff Selection Commission(SSC) is going to conduct online examination for the recruitment of Multi Tasking Staff. This year number of applications for Multi Tasking Staff Recruitment are very high compared to previous years. For the year 2017, applications were invited for as much as 8300 posts. About 90 Lakh candidates have applied for the post.

SSC MTS 2017 Exam Dates:

The SSC MTS 2017 Exam Dates (Tentative): The Exam (offline mode) will be hosted on the following three dates in April and May months:

  • 30 April 2017
  • 14 May 2017
  • 28 May 2017
  • 4 June 2017
  • 11 June 2017

How to download SSC MTS Admit Card 2017:

  • First log on to the Staff Selection Commission Website i.e. www.ssc.ni.in
  • Click on the Admit Card section.
  • Now Click on the desired region and find the SSC MTS Admit Card link.
  • Fill your Registration Number & DOB.
  • Fill the required information.
  • Click on the submit button and proceed to next page.
  • Check all the details from SSC MTS Admit Card 2017.
  • Download the SSC MTS Admit Card.

The admit card for Central region can be downloaded from the below link:

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – Central Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – Eastern Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – Kerala Karnataka Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – Southern Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – North Eastern Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – Western Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – MP Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – North Western Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card – Northen Region

SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card :

The SSC MTS Admit Card/Call Letter will have following information.

  • Roll Number
  • Exam Venue
  • Date and Venue SSC MTS Exam 2016-2017
  • Shift Timings if the exam
  • Photo & Signature

SSC MTS Exam 2017:

SSC MTS exam consists of the following paper 1 (Objective Type Paper) and Paper 2 (Descriptive paper). The paper 1 will be based on general intelligence and reasoning, numerical aptitude, general English and general awareness. The Total marks will be 150. According to the SSC MTS notification, the duration of the examination will be two hours for general candidates and two hours and 40 minutes for visually handicapped/cerebral palsy candidates.

Paper 2 will be descriptive in which the candidates will be required to write short/essay/letter in English or any language included in the 8th schedule of the Constitution. This exam will be conducted for the candidates who meet the cut-off prescribed by the commission in Paper 1 for different categories.

If you have any issue in downloading the SSC MTS 2017 Admit Card, please contact the official contact the Staff Selection Commission.

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GIC Assistant Manager Exam Preparation Tips

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The notification for GIC Assistant Manager has been released for 2017. This exam is for recruiting candidates for Assistant Manager Scale I Posts in various disciplines. The candidates will be selected based on their performance in Written Test, Group Discussion & Personal Interview. The motive of this article is to provide exam preparation tips for GIC Assistant Manager.

Refer to the article ‘GIC Assistant Manager Exam Pattern Syllabus 2017’ to be aware of the syllabus for general stream as well as specialist stream.

The first step towards a good preparation is to make a study plan which includes all the topics as per the syllabus. Part A consists of Higher Order Reasoning Ability/Critical Thinking.

(A) Let us see the preparation tips for part A which is an objective type of section.

General Insuarance Company(GIC) Assistant Manager Exam Preparation Tips

Preparation Tips for Higher Order Reasoning Ability/Critical Thinking Section:

This section includes critical, reflective, meta cognitive and creative thinking. These thinking abilities get activated when an individual goes through unfamiliar problems, uncertainties, questions, or dilemmas. On successful application of these skills one can excel in explanations, decision making, performances and products that are valid within the context of available knowledge. Higher order thinking skills are grounded in lower order skills such as discriminations, simple application and analysis, and cognitive strategies and are linked to prior knowledge of subject matter content. Appropriate teaching strategies can enhance the student-persistence, self-monitoring, and open-minded, flexible attitudes.

Preparation Tips for (Finance/ Accounts):

This section is to check professional knowledge of an individual and the questions are based on Finance and Accounts related topics. You must prepare on the below topics:

  1. Introduction to Financial Management

  2. Financial Statement Analysis

  3. Sources of Financing

  4. Capitalization

  5. Capital Structure

  6. Cost of Capital

  7. Leverage

  8. Dividend Decision

  9. Capital Budgeting

  10. Working Capital

  11. Working Capital Management

  12. Special Financing

  13. Financial System

Preparation Tips for Accounts:

Prepare on the topics:

  1. Accounting Concepts and Conventions

  2. Basic Accounting Concepts and Financial Statements

  3. Cash Accounting

  4. Accrual Accounting

  5. Basic Accounting Terms

  6. Revenue Recognition Principle

  7. Matching Principle

  8. Example Income Statement

Preparation Tips for Insurance:

This is a very unpredictable section. The professional as well as the knowledge related to insurance related topics will be checked in the exam. Keep yourself updated with the topics below:

  1. The concept of insurance

  2. Principles on the basis of which insurance works

  3. Need of insurance

  4. Overview of Indian Insurance Sector

  5. Types of Insurances

(B) Let us see the preparation tips for part B which is an objective type of section.

Preparation Tips for Reasoning Section:

Practice all types of questions from model papers. Solve the easier and quick to finish questions than the challenging ones. Questions related to these topics are important:

  1. Number Systems

  2. Simple Interest & Compound Interest

  3. Time & Work

  4. Time & Distance

  5. Profit & Loss

  6. Percentage

  7. Average

  8. Ratio and Proportion

  9. Bar graph & Pie-chart

  10. Probability

Preparation Tips for English Language Section:

The English section can be divided mainly into:

  1. Vocabulary

  2. Grammar

  3. Reading Comprehension

  4. Verbal Ability

Improve your basic concepts in English. Brush up your grammar rules, start reading news paper on a daily basis. Memorize antonyms and synonyms and know the usage of the words. Some of the important topics are:

  1. Reading Comprehension

  2. Spotting the Error

  3. Para - Jumbles

  4. Idioms & Phrases

  5. Synonyms & Antonyms.

Preparation Tips for General Awareness:

General Awareness topics are mostly the one related to books and authors, current events, banking and financial topics. You must keep reading news papers, magazines, watch news channels and update yourself with loads of information related to finance, economics, History of Banking, Banking Terms, and Fiscal & Monetary Policies, current affairs of the last 6 months.

Preparation Tips for Computer Aptitude:

Computer Knowledge mainly contains questions related to basic knowledge about computer. So you need to be aware about computer here. You must be aware of the abbreviations and definitions of most used terms related to computers.

Lastly, you must solve model papers, mock tests online. Practising the question papers improves accuracy and speed. Prepare well and give your best.

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Coal India Limited Management Trainees(MT) Cut off Marks 2017

Coal India Limited Management Trainees(MT) Cut off Marks 2017

Coal India Limited MT Cut off Marks 2017

Coal India Limited(CIL) Company is going to conduct recruitment for the post of Management Trainees(MT).

About Coal India Limited Company:

Coal India Limited (CIL) is a schedule ‘A’ – Maharatna Public Sector Undertaking under Ministry of Coal, Government of India, is the single largest coal producing company in the world and the largest corporate employer with approximately 3.42 lakh employee, contributing around 81% of the total coal production in India. It operates 471 mines in 21 major coalfields across 8 states in India (West Bengal, Jharkhand, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Chattisgarh, UttarPradesh, Assam). In the financial year 2013-14 we produced 471.581 MTs of coal.

Job Details :

Job Profile

Management Trainees

Salary

Rs. 20,600-46,500 /-

Number of Vacancies

1319


 

Coal India Limited MT 2017 Selection Process:

Candidates will be selected based on performance in Computer Based Online Examination followed by interview conducted by Coal India Limited (CIL). Candidature will be subject to verification of details/documents at the time of interview and appointment.

Date of Computer Based Online Examination : 26 March 2017

Coal India Limited MT Cut off marks:

The cut off marks will depend on the available vacancies , difficulty level of the exam and various other factors.

Coal India Limited MT Previous Year Cut off:

Cut off marks for Coal India Management Trainee 2014 examination is given in the table below for each category.

Category

Cut off marks(Each paper)

Cut off marks(Total)

General

40-45

110

SC

35-40

90

ST

35-40

90

OBC

35-40

100

PWD

30-35

80-85

Coal India Limited MT 2017 Cut off Marks(Expected):

CIL MT Expected Cut off Marks 2017 : Coal India Limited will release the cut off marks for the Management Trainees (MT) exam after the declaration of result. You can check the cut off marks from the official website of Coal India Limited - www.coalindia.in

Here, we are giving the category wise expected cut off marks for CIL MT 2017.

Category

Cut off marks(Each paper)

Expected Cut off Marks

General

42-47

165-170

SC

34-38

130-140

ST

32-36

130-140

OBC

30-35

150-160

PWD

30-35

130-140

NOTE: Cut off marks is Based on Students Paper view.

The cut off will vary for each category. The cut off marks might slightly vary for each post.

(a) CIL MT Electrical Cut off Marks 2017

The paper 1 will be common. The paper 2 will be from the electrical domain. The previous

year paper for CIL MT Electrical was of moderate difficulty.

(b) CIL MT Mechanical cut off marks 2017

The paper 1 will be common. The paper 2 will be from the Mechanical domain. The previous year paper for CIL MT Mechanical was difficult.The cut off may go high for this year.

(c) CIL MT Civil Cut off Mark 2017

The paper 1 will be common. The paper 2 will be from the electrical domain. The previous

year paper for CIL MT Electrical was of easy to moderate difficulty.

Stay tuned with us for more updates on Coal India Limited Cut off marks for Management Trainees(MT).

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SSC Announced Hindi Translators and Hindi Pradhyapak Recruitment for 2017

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment and Application Form 2017

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment and Application Form 2017

SSC has released an official notification inviting online applications for the following posts:

  • Junior Hindi Translators
  • Senior Hindi Translator
  • Junior Translator or Hindi Pradhyapak/Professor

These posts are for Central Hindi Training Institutes at various Indian Ministries and Subordinate departments under Government of India.

SSC Hindi Translators Recruitment 2017 Important Dates:

Events Date
Start date for filling the Application 21 March 2017
Last date for filling the Application 5 May 2017
Last date for submission of printout & documents 7 April 2017
Exam Date 15 June 2017


 

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How to Apply for the SSC Hindi Translatos/Pradhyapak vacancy online:

Points to Note:

  • The maximum age limit for all posts is 30 years.(with relaxation as applicable for SC/ST/OBC)
  • After the submission of vacancies, a printout of the same along with Gazetted notified copy of Recruitment Rules(RRs) and NOC from the Surplus Cell of DOP&T may be furnished to the commission by 7-04-2017.
  • The vacancies will be accepted only after receipt of this printout along with the necessary documents.

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC Junior Hindi Translator Application Form 2017.

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DMRC Result 2017

DMRC Result 2017

Check Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Result Here

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has announced the results for the written test conducted for various posts. The DMRC exam was conducted in 14 to 28 February for various posts. Candidates can check DMRC CRA result, DMRC JE result and DMRC JE result on the official website.

How to Check the DMRC Result 2017:

  • Navigate to the “Careers” section and find the appropriate result link for the various exam.
  • Click on the link “shortlisted candidates for the selection process for the post”.
  • The names of the candidate will be displayed on the screen.
  • Selected candidates should attend the selection process at the Metro Bhawan, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi – 110001 on mentioned time.

Click here to View the DMRC Result 2017

The shortlisted candidates will be called for Group Discussion(GD) and Persona Interview(PI). Let us see what how the GD an d PI rounds will be conducted.

Group Discussion

GD (Group Discussion) is an important part of the DMRC recruitment process.

A GD is a technique used to check whether the candidate has certain personality traits and skills that are desired for the particular post.  In this stage, generally a group of candidates are given a topic. The candidate has to identify whether

The aspects of conducting GD are as follows:

  • Verbal Communication of the candidate
  • Non-verbal behavior of the candidate
  • Decision-making ability skills of the candidate
  • Cooperation ability of the candidate
  • Personal Interview

Personal Interview

PI (Personal Interview) is a crucial component of DMRC selection process. As part of the Personal Interview, a candidate may have to face a panel of 4 or more interviewers. The questions asked in DMRC interview range from questions about Personal life, Educational Qualification, Extra-curricular activities, work experience, outlook on contemporary issues etc.

DMRC Result 2017 – What will be the DMRC Expected Cut Off

The expected cut off marks for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is applied by taking into consideration the highest marks achieved, number of vacancies, difficulty level of the exam and various other factors.

Below are the category wise expected cut off for various posts:

Post

General

OBC

ST

SC

JE Electronics

55-60

52-57

40-45

40-45

JE Electrical

60-65

55-60

50-55

45-50

Station Controller/Train Operator (SC/TO)

43-48

40-45

35-40

35-40

Customer Relations Assistant (CRA)

50-55

47-52

42-47

35-40

All the Best to all the shortlisted candidates of DMRC Result 2017 for the GD and PI rounds. Stay tuned to our website for more information.

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Supreme Court Junior Assistant Exam Pattern and Syllabus 2017

Supreme Court Junior Assistant Pattern 2017

The Supreme Court has issued official notification for Junior Assistant vacancies. We suggest all the candidates to avail this opportunity. After all, working in the Supreme Court is a great career option and you must not miss out the opportunity to make it.

The candidates who are eligible for the will be tested via a test (entrance exam) and the last round would be an interview. It’s high time for a candidate to prepare the Supreme Court Junior Assistant exam pattern and syllabus.

Supreme Court Junior Assistant 2017 Exam Pattern:

Let us have a look at the scheme of Supreme Court Junior Assistant exam pattern:

Subjects/ Sections

Number of Questions

Max. Marks

Time Duration

Written Test

100

100

2:30 hours

Objective Type Computer Knowledge Test

25

25

Typing Test (English) with minimum speed 35 w.p.m on Computer (mistakes allowed 3%)

10 mins

Descriptive Test (In English Language) comprising of Comprehension Passage, Precise Writing & Essay Writting  

2:00 hours

In the written test, there will be objective type questions with multiple choice questions comprising of 100 questions (50 General English questions from comprehension section, 25 from General Aptitude and 25 questions from General Awareness).

Click Here for the Official Notification of Supreme Court Junior Assistant 2017

Supreme Court Junior Assistant 2017 Syllabus:

Now, it’s time for Supreme Court Junior Assistant Syllabus. Let us have a look:

General English:

We advise our students to pay attention to this section and prepare well. Given below are few topics from which students need to prepare from-

  • Completion of passage
  • Choice of filters
  • Error spotting
  • Improvement of sentences
  • Correction of passages
  • Correct / incorrect sentences- choosing
  • Sentences reconstruction
  • Sentence rearrangement in paragraph
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Active- Passive voice
  • Direct- Indirect Speech
  • Spelling bee
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Vocabulary
  • Homonyms
  • One word substitution
  • Reading Comprehension (RC)
  • Detection of theme
  • Conclusion from passages
  • Completion of passages
  • Grammar

General Aptitude:

Aptitude being the ‘section of solving’, involves topics like:

  • Average
  • Surface Area and Volume
  • Number and number systems
  • H.C.F and L.C.M
  • Simplification problems
  • Indices and Surds
  • Chain Rule
  • Problems on boats and Streams
  • Logarithms
  • Shares and Stocks
  • Time and Distance
  • Time and Work
  • Simple and Compound Interest
  • Partnership
  • Ages Problems
  • Area
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Decimals and Fractions
  • Square Roots and Cube Roots
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Pipes and Cistern
  • Allegations or Mixtures
  • Probability
  • Discounts
  • Profit and Loss
  • Data Interpretation (Charts and Graphs)
  • Height and Distance
  • Simple Interest
  • Percentage
  • Clock and Calendar

General Knowledge:

General Knowledge is one of the most vital sections testing the general awareness level of a candidate. Following are the topics:

  • Sports
  • Dates and Days
  • International and National Organizations
  • Scientific inventions & discoveries
  • Politics
  • Sports
  • Finance & Economy
  • Geography
  • Economy and Banking
  • Books and Authors
  • Awards and Honours
  • Abbreviations
  • Culture and Traditions
  • Indian Constitution
  • Countries & Capitals
  • Indian Budget
  • National & International Current Affairs

For more details, you can check the official website which is  Official Website of Supreme Court of India

Stay tuned with us for more notifications of Supreme Court Junior Assistant exam pattern and syllabus. All the best!

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Essay Topic For SSC CGL Tier III (Descriptive Paper) - Role of Media in Democracy

SSC CGL Tier III (Descriptive Paper) Essay - Role of Media in Democracy

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Hope you all are doing well with your preparations! In this article, we bring you some amazing tricks on how to develop your descriptive skills for SSC CGL Tier III Descriptive exam. You can practice using different SSC CGL descriptive test model papers and sample papers. We will have discussion of a popular topic asked in the descriptive test and a very sensitive topic indeed! The topic is “Role of Media in Democracy”.

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SSC CGL Tier III (Descriptive Paper) Essay- Parts of an essay

Before moving on the essay, we should keep in mind those three parts of an essay:

  • Introduction (should be around 40 words)
  • Body (should be around 160 words)
  • Conclusion (should be around 50 words)

A democracy is a government by the people, for the people and of the people- Abraham Lincoln.

Democracy is a government elected by people’s choice and in which people express their opinions freely. They can express their satisfaction for a fair decision and can also express solidarity against an unfair one. People have the right to elect their representatives by voting them. Media had come into existence in 1780 with the introduction of ‘Bengal Gazette ‘and has always played a major role in framing a healthy democracy.

Media plays a vital role in broadcasting social, economic and political activities which, in turn, causes awareness among the general masses. It has evolved as one of the most efficient means for interaction among people of different regions. Revealing truth is a risk- involving task and media acts like a reflecting mirror in this regard to bring the truth into limelight. Media units like newspapers, television and radio have contributed by creating awareness among people in rural and remote areas. The malpractices taking place in all sorts of areas are covered by media which encourage measures from govt. to rectify them. The politicians are tracked on regular basis via media sessions which makes them work as per claims and manifestos. Media provides a reliable platform for exposure of unchecked corruption and related activities to the world. We can point out so many examples like that of riots, community fights, crimes, youth depression, farmer suicidal cases, etc. On the contrary, media should not cover news for the mere sake of TRP but cover them for public welfare. Moreover, media also maintains a transparency between the general masses and the political world. It makes the views of common man reach the govt. and act in that direction.

On a concluding note, it can be said that involvement of media is highly essential. It broadcasts all the govt. policies for awareness of the common men. Media acts as the fourth pillar of the society which enables the common masses take wise decisions by enhancing their awareness. Media is all set to take democracy to new heights of success and we must be ready to welcome it.

SSC CGL Tier III (Descriptive Paper) Essay- Key points to remember

  1. As per the structure, this sample essay has been divided into three parts- Introduction, Body and Conclusion.
  2. In the 1st paragraph, introduce and address the issue, in the second paragraph give justifications and examples with regards to the topic and in conclusion, conclude in a persuasive manner.
  3. Vocabulary has to be all in all good but you can try keeping it simple. You can use great words whenever and wherever required to make it sound good.
  4. Before writing an essay, recall the key points you wish to highlight and jot them down roughly. Then incorporate them in the essay in a proper structure.
  5. For writing good, we need to read well. Read as many stuffs as you can which will increase your command over what you write.
  6. For vast topics, highlight the issues in general instead of going in depth.
  7. We suggest you to go through SSC CGL Tier 3 essay topics included in the SSC CGL descriptive paper syllabus.

The essay provided above is a SSC descriptive paper sample for your understanding. You need to write it in your own words keeping in mind that your essay has to be informative and content has to be unique. This article on SSC CGL Tier III (Descriptive Paper) will help you scoring high. All the best!

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Last Minute Preparation Tips for SSC CGL Tier 3 English Descriptive Paper

Last Minute Preparation Tips for SSC CGL Tier 3 English Descriptive Paper

SSC organizes Combined Graduate Level (CGL) exam for the recruitment of eligible candidates for posts under different departments in the various Ministries, Departments and Subordinate Offices.  SSC has introduced a new paper Tier-III which is a descriptive test to check the writing skills of the candidate. Earlier, SSC conducted interview instead of Tier-III. Now, the interview will held for those who qualify the tier 3 exam.

The tier 3 date is announced by the commission and is scheduled to be held on 19th March 2017.  In this article we present valuable tips for  the preparation of English in SSC CGL Tier 3 examination.

Since, this is a new paper introduced, most aspirants are apprehensive about the paper and how to go about the preparation.

 Before we proceed , let us understand the SSC CGL Tier 3 exam pattern.

Exam Name

Mode of Paper

Language

Marks

Duration

SSC CGL tier III

Descriptive Paper in Pen and Paper mode

Bilingual

(Hindi/English)

100

60 Miniutes

(For VH/Differenlt abled 80 Minutes)

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The topics to prepare for SSC CGL Tier 3 exam 2016-17:

  • Essay Writing
  • Application Writing
  • Precis Writing
  • Letter Writing

Tips for SSC CGL Tier 3 Essay Writing:

Read Newspaper Daily

Newspaper is the best source for gathering current affairs ,GK and information. Subscribe to ant of the popular newspapers like The Hindu, Times of India etc. , and try to understand the style of writing, usage of grammar and how to use proper words.

Improve your Vocabulary

Sometimes we run out of words or we miss the right words to use. Hence, it is very important to develop a rich vocabulary. Make it a habit to read Newpapers, Magazines, Novels etc. , and try to keep a dictionary (Oxford dictionary) with you. Note down the news word along with its meaning.

           

Practice Writing Essays

Write Essay on contemporary topics. Try to get as many topics as possible.

After you write the essay, review it for spelling and grammar mistakes.

Tips for Precis Writing:

Follow here Effective tips for Precis writing 

  1. Read the passage slowly and understand.
  2. Decide the main heading/ theme of passage.
  3. Size of the precise should be less than the original paragraph.(Around 1/3rd of Original Para)
  4.  Try to use synonyms of words wherever suitable.
  5. Write the meaning and message of paragraph in your own word.

Tips for Letter/Application  Writing:

  1. The most important thing in letter writing is its format so you should know the proper format of both.

There are six important parts to all letters. They are:

(a)Heading
(b)Salutation
(c) Body of the letter (d)Subscription
(e) Signature
(f) Superscription on the envelope

  1. Introductory paragraph, main body and closing body should be in appropriate order as it will play a major role.
  2. Avoid rewriting and cutting in letter/application writing as it will cast a negative impact on the examiner.
  3. Practice on important topics in each type of letter.
  4. Practice both formal and informal letters.

Focus on practice and evaluation during the last minute. Try to gather as many new words as possible and use them in your writing.

Follow the above mentioned Preparation Tips to master the  English descriptive paper SSC CGL Tier 3 examination.

All the Best!

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Delhi Post Office Admit Card 2017 – Download Now

 Delhi Post Office Admit Card 2017

Admit Card for Delhi Postman/Mail Guard Recruitment will be released on 19th March 2017 by India Post. This is the second phase of the exam. The first phase was held in September 2016. The notification was released in 2014-15 but due to some reason, the exam was rescheduled. The admit card is available at Delhi Postal Careers Online Portal.

Delhi Postman / Mail Guard Recruitment 2nd Stage Exam Date: 28 March 2017


 

Total Number of Posts: 66

Name of the posts:

Postal Assistant

16

Postman

28

Sorting Assistant

07

Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)

15

How to Download Delhi Post Office Admit Card 2017

Instructions for Downloading the Admit Card 2016-17:

  • In order to download the admit card, the candidates will have to open the official website of Delhi Post Office - delhi.postalcareers.in

  • In the Home page the candidates will get the direct link for Download Admit Card under Direct Recruitment of Postman and Mail Guard title.

Download Delhi Post Office Admit Card 2017

  • After clicking on the above mentioned link, the candidates will be required to enter their registration number and password and then click on Login.

  • After login, the candidates will be able to download the admit card.

In case of any difficulties or technical issues, please contact between 9.30 AM to 6.30 PM at below contact mail or phone numbers:

Email – delhi.techqueries@postalcareers.in

Call – 9840001275, 9840001276

Download Delhi Post Office Admit Card 2017  and start preparing for the exam. All the Best!


 

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