“How to prepare for SSC CGL 2018”
How to prepare for SSC CGL 2018.Staff Selection Commission (SSC CGL) is a organization of Government of India for recruiting various post in Ministry and Departments of Government of India.
Recruitment is made for Group C (non-technical) & Group B (non-gazette- both technical & non-technical) .
List of post provided under SSC CGL
1. Assistant Section Officer (CSS)
2. Assistant (Central Vigilance Commission)
3. Assistant Section Officer (Central Vigilance Commission)
4. Assistant Section Officer (Railway Ministry)
5. Assistant Section Officer (External Affair.)
6. Assistant Audit Officer (Under C & AG) –
7. Assistant Section Officer (AFHQ)
8. Assistant (Other Ministries)
9. Inspector of Income Tax (CBDT)
10. Inspector (Central Excise) CBEC
11. Inspector (Preventive Officer) CBEC
12. Inspector (Examiner) CBEC
13. Assistant Enforcement Officer (Department Of Revenue)
14. Sub-Inspector (CBI)
15. Inspector of post (Dept. of Post)
16. Divisional Accountant (Under C & AG)-
17. Junior Statistical Officer (Statistical)
18. Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)
19. Auditor (Under C & AG)
20. Auditor (Under CGDA)
21. Auditor (Under CGA & Others)
22. Accountant/Jr. Accountant (Under C & AG)
23. Accountant/Jr. Accountant (Under CGA & Others)
24. Senior Secretariat Assistant (Central govt. offices)
25. Tax Assistant (CBDT)
26. Tax Assistant (CBEC)
27. Compiler (Registrar General Of India) –
28. Sub-Inspector (Narcotics)
29. Sub-Inspector (NIA)
How to prepare for SSC CGL 2018
SSC CGL EXAM PATTERN
SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam contains 4 sections which include Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General English and General Awareness with a total of 200 questions. It is very important to make a preparation strategy for the exam. Maths & English are the most important sections as they are asked in both Tier 1 and 2. Reasoning and General awareness are asked only in Tier 1.
Let us the different sections asked in the paper:
Reasoning area tests your mental and critical thinking capacity. You must be less reckless in this area. There are no equations to solve here you just have to use your brain.
Major topics covered in this area are:
Proclamation and Conclusions
This section checks your mathematical ability. You need to be accurate as well as maintain your speed in solving the questions.
Major topics are:
Ratio & Proportion
Bar-graph & Pie chart
1. Polity ( Amendment acts, articles, Special provisions, preamble, feature/Borrowing of constitution)
2. Science(Biology, physics, Pollutants and diseases they cause and Chemistry)
3. History ( Modern ( Gandhian era, special sessions of INC, constituent assembly)
4. Ancient history (Harrapa, Ashoka’sera )
5. Current Affairs ( Indian diaspora, sports, awards)
English can be scoring if you have prepared well and can be quickly finished off during the exam. Topics to focus on in English are:
Equivalent words & Antonyms
To crack SSC CGL you have to follow a strategy and stick to it, you just have to fill your mind with a feeling that you will make your name to the list of qualifying candidate of SSC CGL.
Here are some tips and strategy for cracking SSC CGL:
First, complete the syllabus of SSC and while doing it marks the question which seems difficult to you or you can write it in a notebook.
Follow only one book for each subject and never get confused about the book because every book has the same thing and same concept.
Once you cover all the topics of your syllabus then practise more and more.
Never lose hope and don’t feel dejected.
Keep yourself motivated and never feel that you can’t clear the exam
Maintain the consistency in studying.
Focus on your aim and try to achieve it.
Conclusion according to me.
Let me ask a question whether toppers are extra talented or they read different books? Your answer surely will be no, if your answer is Yes then change it and fill your mind with a thought that you are the topper and you are extra talented and no one is superior to you in anything. Then what toppers do and get selected, they do only and only practice and they never doubt their selection and their ability.
Once you complete your syllabus then pick any practice set and take a test on the daily basis.
In this way, your speed will improve and you can judge yourself where you stand.
You can easily know the topics in which you have to do an extra effort.
While taking paper mark the question which is difficult and notes down in the book and read that notebook daily.
Before exam try to make at least 30 practice set and cram every question and every line of practice set.
Don’t waste your valuable time in preparing GS portion as it.
Report: Amit Kumar