SSC CGL Exam :
SSC -CGL(Combined Graduate Level) is an Exam Conducted by SSC (Staff Selection Commission) which is an Organization under the Government of India who recruits the staffs for several posts in various departments and ministries of the government of India and also in the subordinates offices.
Exam Format :
Staff Selection Commission of India conducts SSC-CGL Exam in four stages: Tier-1, Tier-2, Tier-3 & Tier-4 exam.
Tier I:- Topics related to General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language & comprehension.
Tier II:- Topics related to Quantitative Aptitude, English Language & Comprehension, Statistics, General Studies (Finance & Economics)
Tier III:- This exam is a descriptive exam to evaluate a candidate’s Language skills in Hindi/English. This is only for candidates appearing for Statistical Investigator (Grade II) & Compiler.
Tier IV:-This test comprises Data Entry Speed Test & Computer Proficiency Test. This exam is for candidates appearing for specific posts under the Government of India.
SSC CGL Selection Process – Important Pointers
- Aspirants of the SSC CGL exam will be assigned roll numbers and admit cards to appear for the Tier I exam.
- Candidates will be shortlisted category-wise to appear for Tier II and Tier III, based on the marks scored in SSC CGL Tier I.
- All candidates will have to appear for Paper I and Paper II in Tier-II exam. However, only specific candidates will have to appear for Paper III and Paper IV of the Tier II exam in SSC CGL exam.
- Separate cutoff will be fixed for Paper I, Paper-II, Paper III and Paper IV of Tier II exam.
- In SSC CGL exam, there will be minimum qualifying marks in each Tier and all the papers. The minimum qualifying marks in SSC CGL Tier I, Tier II(each paper), Tier III are as follows:
- Unreserved Categories – 30 %
- EWS/OBC Categories – 25%
- Other Categories – 20%
Before preparing for the SSC CGL Exam, candidates must check the official notification to get early information on any upcoming changes in the Exam pattern
SSC CGL Eligibility
Candidates who aspire to take the SSC CGL Exam must understand the Eligibility criteria properly. There are 4 criteria for the exam – 3 are for everyone, 1 is only for certain posts.
The eligibility criteria for the SSC CGL Exam is as follows:
- Citizenship– Must be a citizen of India, Nepal, Bhutan
- SSC CGL Age Limit- Must be between the age group of 18 years and 32 years
- Qualification- Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University
- Physical Fitness– Only for candidates for certain posts like Inspector, Sub- Inspector, etc.
There is also certain SSC CGL Age limit relaxation for reserved candidates
Jobs after clearing the SSC CGL Examination:
Assistant Audit officer:
Responsible for assisting the audits in the government and public sector organizations.
Assistant accounts officer:
The task of the Assistant accounts officer includes data entry, processing, and recording transactions.
The responsibility of the sub-inspector is to gather the information and to make investigation and inquiries.
Inspector of Income Tax :
Assessing Income Tax payable by people or companies. Managing TDS and refund claim
Inspector (Central Excise) :
Checking if there is any kind of invasion of excise duty, preventing smuggling & assisting raid teams
Assistant Enforcement Officer:
Preventing forgery and money laundering
Besides This There are Various Other Posts in Different Ministries For which Staffs are Recruited Through SSC CGl Exam.