SSC CGL Previous Year Papers 2018 Exam Syllabus Online @ www.ssc.nic.in

SSC CGL Previous Year Papers 2018 Exam Syllabus. Staff Selection Commission a few days back invited registration forms for combined graduate level notification on 16th of this month. Candidates who have the interest to enrol for this notification, they can apply soon before by 16th June 2018. As yearly, the officials will hire the staff for various CGL posts based on 4 tier examinations, tier I, II, III, IV and these exams previous year papers are available online. 

Candidates please access the past 10 years papers from online and start preparing for the exams. In which the tier I is scheduling from 1st August to 20th August in different dates. Along with previous year papers, our team providing the tier wise exam syllabus and pattern details in below. Please read the entire article completely then start preparing for the exam.

SSC CGL Previous Year Papers 2018 Exam Syllabus

The SSC CGL is basically an examination which commenced to recruit the employees for group B and C posts based on their merit marks. SSC was generally founded in the year 1975 under the ministries of government. Only students who possessed their graduation with minimum aggregate marks are desirable to register for this notification. As we discussed in above article, the SSC CGL notification details and exam dates are recently revealed. Interested ones please refer the original notification details on the SSC official page.

The SSC CGL Tier I, II, III, IV previous year solved papers are available on online. These previous papers help the applicants to gain more marks in exams. So, guys please practice minimum past 10 year papers and keep in mind that the exam pattern has changed year to year. We are giving the exam pattern and syllabus of this year in below.

Staff Selection Commission Tier I Tier II Exam 2018 Details

This year, the SSC issued notification for more than 8000 vacancies. So, all the job seekers who are interested in registering for government jobs, please register soon before the applications are disabled. The subject wise CGL previous year papers available online, along with the official site also providing the model papers. By practising the model papers, aspirants may score best marks in the exam.

Organisation Name Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Place of examination Across India
Name of the Exam Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGL)
Recruitment Release date 16th May 2018
Last date of Application 16th June 2018
SSC CGL Tier I Exam 1st August to 20th August 2018
SSC CGL Tier II Exam 10th, 11th November 2018
SSC CGL Tier III Exam 21st January 2018
SSC CGL Tier IV Exam February 2018
SSC CGL Exam Syllabus 2018 Available
Designation Grade B and C
No of Vacancies +8000
Organisation URL ssc.nic.in

SSC CGL Exam Syllabus 2018

As we discussed in above, the hiring of the employees for various group B and C posts will be based on 4 tier based exams. Tier I and II papers will be completely objective based written exam and tier III descriptive test and final tier IV is basically personal interview or skill test. Finally if necessary the officials will schedule document verification. The tier I exam syllabus and pattern details providing in below.

The SSC combined graduate level tier I exam is commencing on from 1st August to 20th August respectively. It is a basically online mode of exam. Those who are registering for SSC notification in time. They will shortly receive call letters for tier I exam. The staff selection commission combined graduate level tier I exam is basically happening for 200 marks and 100 questions are asked from general intelligence and reasoning., general awareness, quantitive aptitude and English subjects. The duration of the exam is 2 hours. Each correct answer carries 2 marks and there will be the negative marking of 0.50 for each working attempt. Applicants may also choose their medium as English or Hindi.

SSC CGL Tier I Tier II Exam pattern & Schedule

Candidates who met tier I cutoff score, they will be promoted for tier II exam, which will be scheduled on 10th and 11th November 2018. The tier II online exam is divided into four papers. Each part duration is 2 hours and the total exam is for 600 marks. The questions are related to quantitive ability, English language and comprehension and commerce/mathematics/statistics/economics, general studies in finance and economics subjects. 

The paper I and II are mandatory for all group B and C posts. Whereas, paper III is only for the candidates who registered for statistical investigator grade II and compiler posts. Final paper IV is only for the applicants who will apply for assistant audit officer posts. The pattern and syllabus are just a basic information. This is not enough to start your preparations, so we are advising to go through the entire pattern and syllabus and the SSC CGL official site.

Candidates, please keep in mind, those who clear tier I and II exams, they will be applicable to attend for the tier III exam. Actually, the SSC CGL recently introduced the Tier III exam on the 2018 year, the government introduced this tier III exam to check the appliance writing skills which is very obligatory for government jobs.In which, the combined graduate level group B and C posts tier III exam will be held on 21st January 2018. The Tier III is basically an offline mode pen and paper based exam i.e descriptive type exam. The duration of this exam is 1 hour and 100 marks questions are asked from Hindi and English subjects. Coming to qualifying mark, the candidate who will gain minimum 33% only applicable for further rounds.

Download SSC CGL Previous Year Question Papers & Syllabus from www.ssc.nic.in

Finally, the Tier IV will be organising on February exam. The SSC will schedule this exam only if applicable. The tier IV exam is only commenced for the applicants who will be registered for the posts of assistant section officer is CSS and MEA. The duration of this exam is 45 minutes. The exam should be based on data entry skill test or computer proficiency test. The data entry skill test is for tax assistant posts. In that, candidates should have the typing speed of 8000 key depressions per hour.

So, the candidate who will gain minimum cut off score in CGL tier I, II, III and IV exams, they will be recruited for various group B and C posts in SSC. The candidates can also download the previous year question papers from the official page. The previous year question papers will assist the candidates for scoring more marks in the exam.

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