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  • 1. What is the essential qualification for appearing in SSC combined graduate level exam?
    • Bachelor’s degree (graduation) from a recognized university or an equivalent qualification.

  • 2. What is the age criterion?
    • For most vacancies, the age criterion is 18 to 27 years. However, for certain vacancies the age limit can go up to 30 or even 32 years.

  • 3. Is there any percentage criterion?
    • There is no percentage criterion related to the essential qualification required to appear in the exam.

  • 4. What is the pattern of the exam?
    • The exam is conducted in 2 stages. The preliminary exam (Tier-I) is followed by the main exam (Tier-II). Both are online objective exams. There are 4 sections in the Tier-I exam: Maths, English, Reasoning and GK. The Tier-II exam consists of 2 papers: Maths & English.

  • 5. Is there any descriptive test as well?
    • Those candidates who clear the Tier-II exam have to appear in a descriptive test that comprises essay and letter writing. This test is only qualifying in nature.

  • 6. Is the interview a part of the selection process?
    • However, a skill test or computer proficiency test may be conducted for certain positions.

  • 7. Recruitment for which positions takes place through SSC CGL exam?
    • The combined graduate level exam is conducted for filling up the following vacancies: I. Assistant (Central Vigilance Commission)
      II. Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)
      III. Assistant (Ministry of Railway)
      IV. Assistant (Ministry of External Affairs)
      V. Assistant (Armed Forces Head Quarters)
      VI. Assistant (Departments / Other Ministries / Organizations)
      VII. Assistant Section Officer (CSS)
      VIII. Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)
      IX. Excise Inspector (CBEC)
      X. Inspector Preventive Officer (CBEC)
      XI. Inspector Examiner (CBEC)
      XII. Assistant Enforcement Officer (Enforcement Directorate / Department of Revenue)
      XIII. Sub Inspector (CBI)
      XIV. Inspector of Posts (Dept. of Posts)
      XV. Divisional Accountant (Under CAG)
      XVI. Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics)
      XVII. Statistical Investigator Grade-II (Statistics & Program Implementation)
      XVIII. Sub Inspector (NIA)
      XIX. Asst. Audit Officer (Indian Audit & Accounts Dept. under CAG)
      XX. Auditor / Accountant / Junior Accountant / Tax Asst. / Compiler (In Various Departments)

  • 8. When is the ideal time to start preparation?
    • The ideal time to start preparing is right now. Considering the stiff competition that is there, it is best that you start preparing for the exam as soon as possible.

  • 9. Is there any limit on the number of times a candidate can apply for the exam?
    • There is no upper limit on the number of times a candidate can apply for this exam.

  • 10. How much time does it take to prepare for the exam?
    • The time required to prepare for the exam will be different for different candidates considering that everyone’s learning ability is different. However, a candidate devoting 4 to 6 hours of preparation daily should be well prepared to tackle the exam in 3 months.