SSC CGL 2014 Exam
SSC CGL 2014 Exam – The SSC CGL 2014 Exam is set to be conducted on October 19 and October 26. Staff Selection Commission had, earlier, announced on January 18, 2014, to conduct SSC CGL 2014 Exam Tier I on April 27 and May 4. However, the exam was later postponed to an undisclosed date due to General Elections.
SSC Combined Graduate Level 2014 Exam includes Tier I – Written Examination (Objective-Type), Tier II – Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type) and Tier III – Personality Test cum Interview/Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test.
SSC commenced application process for SSC CGL 2014 Exam on January 18 this year. SSC Graduate 2014 Exam application process was completed on February 14.
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SSC CGL 2014 Exam will be conducted to fill up around 8,000 vacancies in the central Government’s different categories of posts. Last year over 8,000 vacancies were filled up through the similar process. A total of 12,12,429 candidates had appeared for the written exam in 2013.
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SSC CGL 2014 Application Form – The registration of candidates for the recruitment exam began on January 18, 2014. The application process was completed on February 14, 2014. SSC made available the application form in both online mode and paper mode. The candidates were asked to fill up only one application, either a paper application or online application, and submit it to the concerned Regional/Sub-Regional office of SSC.
SSC CGL 2014 Eligibility Criteria – The candidate, applying for the competitive exam, must have a Graduation degree from a recognized University. He/She must be a citizen of India and aged between 18 years to 27 years as on January 1, 2014.
SSC CGL 2014 Important Dates – The list of the tentative important dates for the exam is as below:
Application process begins
Jan 18, 2014
Application process ends
Feb 14, 2014
October 19 and October 26
December 2014 (tentative)
SSC CGL 2014 Exam Pattern – Tier I objective-type paper, with 2 hour duration, will carry a total of 200 marks and will be divided into 4 parts – General Intelligence, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension – carrying 50 marks each. There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
Tier II objective-type paper, with 2 hour duration, will carry 400 marks and will be divided broadly into 2 parts Quantitative Abilities and English Language & Comprehension, both carrying 200 marks each. However, for Statistical Investigator Grade-II, there will be an additional Statistics paper of 100 questions carrying 200 marks. There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks in Paper-II and 0.50 marks in Paper-I and Paper-III for each wrong answer.
SSC CGL 2014 Selection Process – Candidates, who secure minimum qualifying marks fixed by SSC in the Written Exam, will be called for Personality Test cum Interview/Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test. These tests are qualifying in nature and the commission will recommend the qualifying candidates of this round for appointment on the basis of their performance in the written test.
SSC CGL 2014 Admit Card – SSC released the admit card for the exam for the applicants in October 2014. No candidate without admit card will be allowed in the examination hall.
SSC CGL 2014 Result – The result for the exam will be tentatively declared in December 2014. Candidates, who qualify in the Written Exam by securing minimum qualifying marks, will be called for Personality Test cum Interview/Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test.
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Questions related to SSC CGL
junior engineer can apply ssc cgl exam and other non-engineer exam?
The eligibility criteria is different for each post in SSC CGL. The eligibility criteria is as follows
- Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer: Candidate muts have bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university Preferably in Company Secretary or Chartered Accountant or Masters in Commerce or Cost & Management Accountant or Masters in Business Studies or Masters in Business Administration (Finance) or Masters in Business Economics.
Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) Post: Candidate must have passed bachelor’s degree in any discipline with minimum 60% Marks in mathematics in class or bachelor’s degree in any discipline with Statistics as one of the subjects.
Statistical Investigator Grade-II: Candidate must have passed bachelor’s degree in any discipline with Statistics as one of the subjects (in all the years of the graduation course).
Other Posts: Candidate must have passed bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
Age must be in between 18-32 years and age criteria is different for each post. For reserved categories, ex-servicemen, ECOs/SSCOs, Central government employees, Widows, divorced women, separated women there is an age relaxation which is different for each category. So you need to check the eligibility criteria before applying for any post in SSC CGL. Each exam has its own eligibility criteria which you need to check before applying.
Myself a student of physics honors 4th semester.... But i dont want to make my career in that strm. I want to join ota chennai but at the same time i also think to do preprsn for SSC cgl but still I am not able to clear my goals plzz suggest me for the same and help me so dat I can clr my problem.
If you want to prepare for both you can go ahead, the syllabus of OTA consists of General Knowledge and English, each consists of 120 questions for 100 marks, so total marks is 200, the language paper is bilingual and exam is conducted for two hours.
The best part about OTA and SSC CGL is both the section aforementioned comes in SSC CGL as well, in addition to this there are quant and reasoning section. If you want to prepare for both exams , you have to balance it out. For English section, the best book is Wren and Martin for Grammar, Word power made easy for vocabulary, and you can use Plinth to Paramount/General English by SP Bakshi for practice and understanding concepts. For General Knowledge, static portion can be covered by books like Lucent' GK, and for dynamic portion it's best to read newspaper on a daily basis,you can read The Hindu or The Indian Express regarding this. You can follow this procedure in case of SSC CGL as well.
When it comes to Quant Section of SSC CGL, you can use any of RK Agarwal's Quantitative Aptitude, M Tyra's Magical book on Quicker Maths, Arihant's Fast Track Objective Arithmetic. In case of reasoning, you can use MK Pandey's Analytical Reasoning, RK Agarwal's Verbal and Nonverbal Reasoning.
First get conceptual understanding and then practice it accordingly, you may find free mock papers at various sites of competitive exams, also go through previous year paper.
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can I prepare for ssc cgl with my b.el.ed course?? and from which year should I start preperation?
You can start your preparation for SSC CGL. This exam can be taken by everyone from any stream.
I would suggest to start from the first year a little. And from the last year of college prepare in detail in depth.
I want to preparation for ssc cgl
SSC CGL consists of four level, the first two are conducted in online mode with mcq format, third level is descriptive test, fourth level is skill test of data entry and computer proficiency test. Interview doesn't feature anymore in this exam.
Now, coming to preparation part we can see that a large portion of syllabus is attributed to Maths and English, the reason being it's not only in Tier I but in Tier II as well both consists of 200 marks.
First step towrds preparation of any exam is being acquainted with its syllabus, so you can download the syllabus from SSC website and take a print out, and keep in your study table. This will help you to understand what to read and what to skip.
Make a timetable, SSC happens over four tier level and with compeition increasing day by day, the level of question too have gone up in recent times. Everyone has a different study style, not everybody can stretch over a longer period of time, so you've to decide accordingly, take breaks in between study. For instance, you can practice the mock papers in the weekends after five days of study, this way you can evaluate your progress as well.
SSC often repeats question, so going through previous year paper is must.
There are free mock papers available at various competitive exam sites, which you can use them to practice, it'll help you know your strength and the areas you require to improve.
Test series are highly important, as this exam is in online mode, unless an aspirant has good time management and has fair idea of what to attempt and what to skip, this will become a difficult task to handle.
You may refer the following books-
For the section of Quant, you can refer Quicker Maths by M Tyra/ Fast Track Arithmetic by Arihant Publications /Quantitative Aptitude by RS Agarwal
For section of the English, you can refer General English by SP Bakshi or Plinth to Paramount, Wren and Martin is the best book for grammar and Word Power Made Easy is great for vocabulary section.
For the section of Reasoning, you may refer RS Agarwal Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning,Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
Coming to General Awareness, Lucent's GK is prefered by majority of aspirants for static portion and when it comes to dynamic part, it's best you read newspaper on a daily basis such as The Hindu or The Indian Express, going through this will help you acquaint with latest happening and you don't have to mug up everything at the last moment.