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Founded in the year 1975, Staff Selection Commission, Combined Graduate Level Examination better known as SSC CGL is one of the most sought after examination in India. SSC is the leading Govt. organization that provides employment to lakhs of students. The SSC CGL online Exam is conducted every year to recruit staff for non-technical Group B and non-gazetted Group C posts in various ministries, departments & organization of India.
SSC CGL 2018 Notification
The official SSC CGL notification was released on 5th May 2018. And the application process started on the same date. The last date to apply is 4th June 2018, which means you can still apply if you haven’t done so. The Tier I exam will be held from 25th July to 20th August 2018. We have provided all the details contained in the official notification here in a concise manner.
The schedule for SSC CGL Recruitment 2018 is as follows:
SSC CGL Exam Events
SSC CGL 2018-19 Dates
SSC CGL Notification Release Date
5th May 2018
Starting Date of SSC CGL Online Application Form Submission
5th May 2018
Last date to fill SSC CGL Application Form / Online Registration
5th June 2018 - Till 5:00 PM
SSC CGL Tier-I Admit Card Release Date
To be notified
SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Date
To be notified
SSC CGL Tier-I Result Declaration Date
SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Date
SSC CGL Vacancy
SSC has not released the vacancy list for 2018 yet. Although, in the official notification, it is mentioned that SSC CGL vacancy will be announced before declaration of final result. Last year, a total number of 8089 vacancies were filled through this recruitment. We will update the 2018 vacancy as soon as it is officially notified. To check further breakup of vacancy, read the detailed article on SSC CGL Vacancy.
The Basic eligibility to apply for SSC CGL is to have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university and age limit should be between 20 to 30 years however it varies depending for different posts.to clear doubts about education qualification, age and more , readour article SSC CGL Eligibility Criteria.
Salary and Job Profile
There are many job profiles in SSC CGL recruitment and posts vary from one department to another. It all depends on which profile candidates are choosing and SSC CGL is divided on different job profiles for different groups. To know more about salary, deductions and allowances visit our article SSC CGL Salary.
The application form will be in two parts; Part – 1 & Part – 2.
Part – 1 of the registration will consist of all the personal details.
Fill in all the required details and click on submit to head to part- 2 of the application form.
In part – 2, pay the application fee as per your category and upload a scanned signature and photograph.
Now, click on submit and save the application.
Finally, take a printout for future reference.
Alternatively, you can also log on to the official website of SSC i.e "ssc.nic.in"
Now, look for apply section and click on apply link under ‘SSC CGL 2018’ and follow the steps as mentioned above.
All the male candidates belonging to General/OBC will have to pay an application fee of Rs. 100/- while there is no application fee for all other categories.
SSC CGL Selection Process
SSC CGL Exam consist of 4 stages as shown below. If you clear the Tier I cut off, only then you will be eligible to sit for SSC CGL Tier II Exam. The final merit list is prepared by adding the marks of all the Tiers. Therefore, you should aim for a high score. Also, don’t neglect the negative marking scheme applicable.
This year, SSC has introduced the concept of normalization of marks. If SSC CGL Tier I & Tier II exam will be conducted in multiple shifts, then the marks scored in Tier 1 and Tier 2 will be normalized. The normalized scores will be treated as final and will be used for qualifying the candidates to next stage and to determine final merit.
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SSC CGL Syllabus & Exam Pattern
As you might already know, the SSC CGL 2018 exam pattern is different for all the stages. Upon clearing the first stage, you will be eligible for the next stage. Knowledge of the syllabus will help you in planning your preparation in an organized way. Please go through the SSC CGL 2018 syllabus and exam pattern before starting your preparation.
In order to crack any competitive exams there needs to be a perfect plan along with neat execution. In the same way to prepare for SSC CGL, Set a strong preparation strategy with the help of latest exam pattern and syllabus. Also take mock tests to assess your preparation. Read SSC CGL Preparation tips for more information.
Previous year Question Papers
Previous year question papers are one of the main sources for the SSC CGL Exam Preparation. With previous year papers, you can predict difficulty level, expected questions and also helps in time management. Keep practicing SSC CGL previous year papers to be enhance your preparation for the exam.
SSC will release answer key once the results are out. Answer key will help you knoe about how many correct responses you have made and what will be your expected marks. Check more details in our article on SSC CGL Answer key.
SSC CGL Result
After the completion of SSC CGL Exam, Staff selection commission will release result on its official website. Candidates can check their result status for each stage of exam(tier) by entering their registration number, DOB and date of the exam. Keep track of SSC CGL Result here.
Cut off - Previous year and Expected
Cut off is the qualifying marks set by the staff selection commission which is required to clear the exam. Staff selection commission will release SSC CGL cut off once results are out on its official website. For more updates about previous year and expected Cut off keep checking our article SSC CGL Cut-off
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All balushahi are nankhatai.
Some nankhatai are shrikhand.
Some shrikhand are rasgulla.
All rasgulla are ice cream.
I. Some balushahi are shrikhand.
II. Some nankhatai are ice cream.
III. No nankhatai is ice cream.
A. Only I follows
B. Only either II or III follows
C. Only I and II follows
D. Only III follows
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