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SSC CGL is one of the most reputed jobs in India. As for cracking any exam we need to have clear understanding about the syllabus. And SSC CGL SYLLABUS is vast and its exam pattern confuses many of the them. So i have bought a chart for you which will explain you the whole exam pattern at a glance.

SSC CGL SYLLABUS PDF

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SSC CGL TIER l SYLLABUS

SSC CGL SYLLABUS PDF

SSC Tier l consists of four subjects.General Intelligence & Reasoning,Numerical Aptitude,English Comprehension and General Awareness. They consists of 60 minute and 100 question. 200 marks in total. Syllabus generally doesn’t not change but weight age of marks do change.

SSC CGL SYLLABUS FOR General Intelligence & Reasoning

Verbal and non-verbal, analogies, , visualization, spatial orientation, problem solving, analysis, judgemental problems, decision making problem, visual memory test, discrimination, observation, family relationship problem, , arithmetic number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion problem, , similarities and differences, arithmetical reasoning and syllogistic reasoning, figural classification.

SSC CGL SYLLABUS FOR Numerical Aptitude

Number System,Simplification,LCM and HCF,Power, Indices and Surds,Average,Ratio and Proportion,Percentage,Profit and Loss,Discount,Simple Interest,Time and Work,Compound Interest,Pipe and Cistern,Time and Distance,Boat and Stream,Sequence and Series,Algebra,Geometry,Trigonometry,Mensuration, OTHER Miscellaneous questions and Data Interpretation.

SSC CGL SYLLABUS FOR ENGLISH COMPREHENSION

Reading Comprehension,Spellings,Phrases and Idioms,One word Substitution,Sentence Correction,Error Spotting,Synonyms,Antonyms,Idioms & Phrases.

SSC SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL AWARENESS

Indian history,Indian polity,economics, and current affairs.

SSC CGL SYLLABUS FOR TIER ll

SSC SYLLABUS TIER ll

SSC CGL Tier ll consists of four paper. But the candidate should appear on three paper based on their post preference. The paper 1 and 2 are compulsory for all. If you going for the The post of junior statistical officer than you need appear for the paper 3 that is statistics. And if you are going for the post of Assistant Audit Officer or Assistant Accounts Officer than you are going appear paper 4 that is General studies( Economics and Finance).

PaperSubjectNo. of QuestionsMarksExam Time
IQuantitative Abilities100200     2 Hours
IIEnglish Language and Comprehension200200     2 Hours
IIIStatistics100200     2 Hours
IVGeneral Studies (Finance & Economics)100200     2 Hours

 

  • PAPER l and PAPER ll are compulsory
  • Based on you post you need to choose PAPER lll or PAPER IV to give

QUANTITATIVE ABILITIES

Number System, Number sufficiency, Simplification,LCM and HCF,Power, Indices and Surds,Average,Ratio and Proportion,Percentage,Profit and Loss,Discount,Simple Interest,Time and Work,Compound Interest,Pipe and Cistern,Time and Distance,Boat and Stream,Sequence and Series,Algebra,Geometry,Trigonometry,Mensuration, OTHER Miscellaneous questions and Data Interpretation.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION

Reading Comprehension,Spellings,Phrases and Idioms,One word Substitution,Sentence Correction,Error Spotting,Synonyms,Antonyms,Idioms & Phrases,Cloze test, para jumbles.

Just remember that the most of the syllabus for tier ll may be same but the level is comparatively high more conceptual.

STATISTICS

Probability-Probability Distributions,Compilation, Random Variable and Probability Distributions, classification, tabulation of Statistical Data, Graphical presentation of data,Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Exponential.

Measures of  central  tendency,  rank  correlation  coefficient  and  linear  regression  analysis   for two  or  more variables  excluding partial correlation coefficients, measures  of  dispersion,    measures  of  association  and  contingency,  scatter diagram,  correlation  coefficient.

Concept of  Population,  sampling  distribution  of    x  properties  of estimators and estimation of confidence intervals,random  sample,  parameters,  statistics.

Principles of  sampling,  simple  random  sampling,  stratified sampling,  systematic  sampling  etc.,    Sampling  and non-sampling errors, type-I and type-II errors.

Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis,Concepts of  Hypothesis –Null  and  alternate,  Testing  of  hypothesis  for  large  samples  as  well  as  small samples including Chi-square tests ( Z, t, F, chi square tests).

Index Numbers, Time series analysis and components of variation and their estimation.

Remember this Topics are degree level topic for knowing which book to study mail us.

General studies(Economics and Finance)

PaperSubjectNo of QuestionsMarks   Exam Time
Part – AFinance and Accounts10080   2 Hours
Part – BEconomics120

PART A- Finance and Accounts

Balance Sheet Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure, Depreciation Accounting, Valuation of Inventories, Non-profit organizations Accounts, Receipts and Payments and Income & Expenditure Accounts, Concept of  management, Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling, Issues  involved  in  planning  for  economic  development,  Senatorial  analysis  of  Indian economy including agriculture, industry and foreign trade, Indian  Contract  Act,  1872,  Sale  of  Goods  Act,  1930,  Partnership  Act,  1932  and  Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, Types of companies, matters involving incorporation of company, shares and share capital and problems relating to issue and transfers of shares, members of  a company, management of a company ect

PART B-Economics

Concept of Investment,  Relation  between  Saving  and  Investment,  Multiplier  Effect  and  the  process  of  Income Generation,  Post Keynesian Development ,Demand and Supply Analysis, including Laws and Interaction of Demand and Supply, Theory of Factor Pricing –Rent, Wage, Interest and  Profit, Keynesian  Theory  of  Employment – Concept Principles  of  Effective  Demand, Nature  and  Functions  of    Money,  Value  of    Money,  Fluctuations  in  the  value  of  Money –Inflation  and Deflation, Monetary Policy, Index Number.

 

SSC CGL SYLLABUS TIER lll

Mode ofSubject   Maximum MarksTime
Examination
Pen and PaperDescriptive Type Paper in English or Hindi        100 60 Minutes
Mode(Writing of Essay/ Letter/ Application)

SSC SYLLABUS FOR TIER IV

DEST (Data Entry Speed Test)

Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) at 8,000 (eight thousand) Key Depression per hour on Computer is specifically for the post of Tax Assistants (Central Excise & Income Tax).

This exam will be Qualifying in nature.

CPT(COMPUTER PROFICIENCY TEST)

The test will be conducted for the post of Assistant Section Officer of Central Secretariat Service (CSS), Assistant Section Officer (MEA), Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines,Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

SSC CGL RESULT 2020

SSC Result are generealy upload before minimum 1 month of the next level. This year it is expected to be uploaded between May and June. For result click below

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SSC CHSL SYLLABUS

 

 

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