SSC CGL

SSC CGL 2016 Exam Pattern and Syllabus

SSC CGL Question Papers :- Staff Selection Commission or SSC is an Indian government organization responsible to recruit staff in various departments of the Government of India. SSC conducts several recruitment exams in a year for recruitment in various posts. SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level) is one of those exams. Candidates, who are preparing for SSC CGL exam, can find useful study material and SSC CGL test series here.

SSC CGL Sample Papers :- SSC CGL exam is conducted almost every year for recruitment of Assistants, Inspectors, Accountants, Auditors and Upper Division Clerks in various government organizations. Graduation from a recognized University is the minimum educational qualification for this exam. SSC CGL syllabus is different for different posts, but the common syllabus includes the study of following subjects :-
1. General Intelligence & Reasoning
2. General Awareness
3. Quantitative Aptitude
4. English Comprehension

This test series includes test papers and study material for all the above subjects and also for other SSC CGL subjects not mentioned above. Candidates, who are going to appear for next CGL exam, can use this test series for study help and exam preparation.

SSC CGL Exam Pattern: –

SSC CGL Exam is conducted in 3 tiers. Exam pattern for all three tiers are described below.

Tier-I Exam Pattern: –

Part

Subject

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Time allowed

A

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50

50

3 hours

B

General Knowledge & Awareness

50

50

C

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

D

English

50

50

Total

200

200

Tier-II Exam Pattern:-

Paper I Quantitative Ability 200 marks 100 questions 2 hours
Paper II English language & Comprehension 200 marks 200 questions 2 hours
Paper III Statistics 200 marks 100 questions 2 hours

Tier-III Exam Pattern: –

In Tier-III personal interview and personality test is conducted of 100 marks.
SSC CGL is the best opportunity for those looking for a career in any of the government organization including C&AG, CGDA, CGA, Central Govt. Offices/Ministries, CBDT, CBEC, Registrar General of India, Central Bureau of Narcotics, Offices under CAG, Department of Post, Central Bureau of Investigation, Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue, AFHQ, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Railway, Intelligence Bureau, Central Vigilance Commission and Central Secretariat Service.