SSC CGL and Government Jobs Preparation tips study plan 2020

The Staff Selection Commission release notification annually.  Jobs in various departments of the central government.  Various notifications will be issued for many jobs that are open to all employers who have a general degree qualification.  SSC CGL notification issued this year  This article is for expert readers on how to get ready for this job.

The Staff Selection Commission has recently issued a notification for Group-B and Group-C posts in most of the major corporations, namely Income Tax, Excise, CBI Police, Intelligence Bureau and CAG.  These posts will be replaced by combined graduate level examination.  Must have passed the minimum qualification degree.

SSC CGL and Government Jobs Preparation tips study plan 2020
1. Pay Level-8 (Rs.47,600-Rs.1,51, 100 / -) -Assistant Audit / Accounts Officer (CAG) -Group-B (Gazetted) Posts should not exceed 30 years.
2. Pay Level-7 (Rs.44,900-Rs. 1,42,400 / -) Assistant Section Officers (Income Tax, Central Excise), Prevents Officer (Enforcement), Sub-Inspector (CBI) - not exceeding 30 years.
3. Pay Level-6 (Rs.35,400 / - Rs. 1,12,400 / -) - Posts of Assistants, Divisional Accounts Officers, Statistical Investigator etc.  Must not exceed age of -27 years.
4. Pay Level-5 (Rs.29,200-Rs.92,300 / -) - Auditors, Accountant Posts in CAG and CGA shall not exceed -27 years.
5. Pay Level-4 (Rs.25,500-Rs. 1,81,100 / -) -Tax Assistant in Income Tax / Excise, Sub-Inspector Posts in Narcotics - not exceeding 27 years.

Age: 2020, January 1 will be taken as standard.  For example, candidates who are 30 years of age and are not reserved, ie, candidates who are competing in open category must be born before 2 February 1990.  - SC / ST has a relaxation of 5 years.  They must have been born on January 2, 1985.  - OBCs have 3 years of relaxation.  Must have been born January 2, 1987.  - Physically Handicapped (un-reserved) has 10 years of relaxation.

Qualifications: Maths and Statistics must be read for the posts of Statistical Officer.  Others, such as AAO, Inspection and Auditor posts are eligible for any degree.  Note: OBC Candidates must obtain OBC NCL Certificate by November 25, 2019.  Otherwise the reservation does not apply.

Examination procedure: Tier-I - Computer-Based Exam-Tier-II - Computer-Based Exam-Tier-III - Written Test in Descriptive Method - Tier-IV - Computer Proficiency Test / Skill Test / Document Verification.

Tair - I
Testing Duration: 60 minutes.  -Categories: General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Comprehension.  A total of 100 questions will come from each section of 25.  Each question has 200 marks per 2 marks.

Tair - II
Paper-I: Quantitative Ability.  100 questions 200 marks.  (Negative Marking 0.5) -Paper-II: General English.  200 Questions 200 marks.  (Negative Marking 0.25) (Paper-III, IVs are optional. Not for everyone) -Paper-III: Statistics.  100 questions 200 marks. (Negative Marking 0.5) -Paper-IV: Finance and Economics.  100 questions, 200 marks.  (Negative Marking 0.5) -Tier-III: Descriptive (General Essay / Precious / Letter / Application).  Duration of 60 minutes.  100 marks.  -Tier-IV: Some posts have a typing / skill test.  This too is only for certain posts.  The rest will perform document verification.

Tier-I Preparedness Plan

Tier-1 includes questions from General Intelligence, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension.  Considering the syllabus on these topics ..

General Intelligence and Reasoning

From this section you will be asked questions related to Verbal and Nonverbal.  This includes classification, analysis, coding-decoding, puzzle testing, matrix, word formation, Venn diagram, direction and distance, blood relations, verbal and non verbal reasoning.  Chapters such as number series, analytics, coding-decoding, etc. are very important.  RS Agarwal's book is worth reading.  The reasoning section in Tier-1 is very simple.  The goal of achieving 45 marks is to practice as many Previous Papers as possible.

General Awareness

Stock Ask General Knowledge (Indian History, Culture, etc.), Current Affairs, Sports, Books and Authors, Important Schemes, Questions on Individuals.  But if you focus on science, politics, economy and history, you can score higher.  You should read Lucent or Arihant Publications for this.

 Quantitative aptitude

This includes questions from Simplification, Interest, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Ages, Speed-Distance and Time, Number System, Mensuration, Data Interpretation, Time and Work, Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry.  Among these are the Characteristics of Percentage, Algebra, Geometry, Mensulations, and Trigonometry.  More emphasis should be placed on Essay Maths.  Shortcuts don't make you score too much.  Kiran Books can be practiced.

English Comprehension

Questions from Reading Comprehension, Fill in the Blanks, Spellings, Phrases and Idioms, One Word Substitution, Sentence Correction, and Error Spotting.  However, questions from grammar, vocabulary and comprehension are more likely.  For this, SP Bakshi and Kiran Publications Books can score high with practice.

 Tier-II Prep Plan

Tier-2 includes Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, Statistics and General Awareness Papers.  Syllabus related to them.

Quantitative aptitude

This paper contains the syllabus in Tier-1.  In addition to them is the chapter on data efficiency.  This increases the hardness of the questions.  Practice more often and score higher.

 English Language

The second paper, English Language, includes the Syllabus on Tier-1, Close Test, Para Jumbles, Synonyms, Active Voice-Passive Voice Chapters.  These include Closetest, Para Jumbles, Active Voice - Passive Voice, Error Spotting and thorough reading and practicing of points.

 Statistics

Collection and Representation of Data, Measure of Dispersion, Measure of Central Tendency, Correlation and Regression, Sampling Theory are important chapters.

General Studies

It consists of two departments: Finance and Accounting, Economics and Governance.  These include questions from Fundamental Principles, Financial Accounting, Self Balancing Ledger, Error Spotting and Correction, Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Finance Commission, Theory of Demand and Supply.  - Grand Tests 25-30 days before the test can be written as many times as possible to save time during the test.  In addition, mistakes in practice tests can be identified and corrected if they are more likely to score in the main test.  - Exam will be online.  So you should practice writing online for sites like www.ssctube.com and textbook.com.  If the test is conducted in March, the last 45 days should be written down by the macktest to identify weaknesses and overcome them.  -This process takes 8 months to process.  The number of vacancies may be as high as 9,000 in the last two years as central government agencies have retired.  Paper-1 in Tier-2, 2 in each.  However, Paper-3 is only for those who have applied for the posts of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO), Paper-4 (Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) or Assistant Accounts Officer (AAO)).

Important dates

Last date for online applications: November 25, 2019 (5pm).
Prelims Exam: 2020, March 2 to 11.
Mains (Tier 2+ Tier 3): 2020, June 22 to 25.
Examination Fee: Rs.100 /-
Women ST / ST and X servicemen are free of charge.
Website: www.ssc.nic.in

 Major changes in CGL-2019

Tair -2,3 will be held simultaneously.  - This will reduce the recruitment process by about four months.  Only those who qualify in the -Tier-1,2s will evaluate the Tier-3 paper. Best books to prepare for SSC CGL 2019 Objective General English - S.P. Bakshi Lucents General Knowledge -Dr Binary Karn SSC Elementary and Advanced Mathematics - Kiran Prakashan Quantitative Aptitude - Dr R. S. Aggarwal / Arun Sharma Analytical Reasoning by M.K. Pandey/ RS agarwal.
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