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    Eligibility criteria for SSC exams? How to start preparation for it from 3rd year Engineering?

    eligibility criteria for ssc exams

    how to start preparation for it from 3rd year engineering?

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    prabhjot nani
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    Feb 2013

    Re: Eligibility criteria for SSC exams? How to start preparation for it from 3rd year Engineering?

    Dear sir,
    Staff Selection Commission: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts exam make recruitments to non technical groups ‘C’ and non-gazetted posts of group ‘B’. For various recruitments SSC helds a Combined Graduate level Exam and SSC Combined Higher Secondary Examination (10+2).

    SSC Selection Procedure: SSC conducts Common Written Exam and Interviews, Skill Test & Typing Test to hire the eligible candidates. Detailed description of Selection Procedure and Eligibility Criteria in SSC exam is mentioned below: (GK Preparation 2012)

    SSC Combined Higher Secondary Examination (10+2): SSC conducts Combined All India Open Examination at 10+2 level. In this exam firstly written exam is held and then on the basis of performance in written exam candidates are selected for Skill Test.

    SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination: In this exam candidates are selected on the basis of 3 tiers.

    Tier I: In Tier I a written exam is held (MCQ based) in which questions from General Intelligent & Reasoning, General Awareness, Numerical Aptitude and English Comprehension are given. This exam is of 200 marks.

    Tier-II: It consists of three papers as Arithmetical Ability, English Language & Comprehension and Commerce/ Maths /Statistics/Economics. Total marks are 600 in this written exam.

    Tier-III: In Tier-III Personality Test/ Interview/ Computer Proficiency Test or Skill Test helds.
    After these exams and Interview or skill test SSC published All India Merit List for each category. On the basis of this list candidates are appointed for each category depending on the vacancies available.

    SSC Eligibility Criteria: For Combined Graduate Level Examination minimum qualification is Graduation. For SSC Combined Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) candidates minimum qualification must be Matric.

    General Candidate’s age limit is 18 to 27 years. SC/ST candidates have age relaxation of 5 years. For OBC Candidates age relaxation is 3 years. For physically handicapped candidates age relaxation is 10 years.

    Candidates must be a citizen of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibetan refugee or a person of Indian origin migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Kenya etc.

    Preparation Tips for Written Exam

    we are suggesting you important tips which every candidate must apply during his/her preparation. Consider these tips strongly these will definitely benefit you in getting success in your exam.

    1) Preparation Materiel - The aspirants must study from latest and update study materiel. The preparation books must cover the latest exam pattern and exam syllabus. Preparation books plays a major role in any candidate success.

    2) Exam pattern - For every exam, there is a specific exam pattern like number of questions in the exam, number of sections, exam duration, provision of negative marking or not, nature of exam (subjective, objective or both). The candidate must considered all these factors in mind during his preparation and during giving the exam. Preparing yourself according to the exam pattern not according to the books will help you in fetching more marks.
    Preparation Tips for Written Exam

    3) Time- Table - A dedicated preparation time table will definitely increase the probability of success in any exam. Students should follow a pre planned time table and divide their study hours in different subjects and accordingly cover all the subjects and topics.

    4) Importance of Revision - Revision of concepts/chapters/formulas and definition is very much important. generally students must keep revising their chapters with in every 2 months during their preparation.

    5) Self - preparatory notes- Self preparatory notes increases your confidence and build your fundamentals more clear and strong. This will definitely increase your success in your exa

    6) Expert guidance - expert guidance is must for any exam preparation, along with the expert guidance students must solve previous year papers and do some mock test papers also

    GK Preparation Tips 2012 -
    The candidate going to appear for the various written exams or any entrance exam must be prepared for the General Awareness questions to give a good performance in their Test. Now days, it is requirement of every Test conducting Department that the candidate appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Knowledge questions.

    By doing this they differentiate them in competition and also gauge their ability and awareness of current affairs. The General awareness is not only include the General Knowledge question, in this section the particular organization awareness questions also included, for example in Bank exam the GK section involve the general knowledge and also the information about the banking too.

    Despite of that many companies while recruitment ask some questions related to specific job and work the company perform. By doing this the organization decide the level of candidate of awareness.

    Today’s competitive exams have the integral part which is served by the GK Section. As it comprises Economical, Geographical, Social, Culture and other current affairs. This is all that surrounding happening at national or international level. It can be said a hard section to for those who not prepare and read magazines or newspaper daily.

    You can collect the information from several GK books, newspapers, and magazines, etc. Some of the
    source of GK is:

    · Competitive Success

    · Pratiyogita Darpan

    · India Times

    · India Today

    · Current Affairs

    The GK section not only includes the current affairs in some exams in this section various Histories well known topics also involved. The candidate has to regularly study newspapers and the magazines. He/she should give proper time in reading the newspapers.

    They candidate must check the daily news whether on TV watching various news channels. The candidate who prepared for the GK questions must also check the various important days like when and what happens. Some of the topics such as who is who, Important Days, Homo or hetero words, etc. must be revised.

    Reasoning Preparation Tips -
    Competitive Exam that almost conducted in all organizations now days, is mostly contains a section of reasoning in it to gauge the aspirant abilities of reasoning and the aptitude skills, etc. The candidates sometimes feel very hard to attempt this section.

    The candidates who have practiced for this section also sometimes get a pause on some questions while attempting any problem. So, there are some tips below for such candidates who think that this section is hard to them and also for other students too for scoring a good percentage in total of examination. This section is really very scoring for the non-numeric students.

    The candidate must have a confidence and a self-belief always when he/she appearing for the exam, just believe your own abilities. Hard work with knowledge will take you a step forward to the success. Try to attempt Sample papers and solved previous years papers so you can find where you are lacking. Try to keep a watch behind or a stop watch to check your own speed of attempting the questions.

    There are some reasoning topics that a candidate must view before appearing for exams:

    · Analogy
    · Classification
    · Analytical Reasoning
    · Mirror-Images
    · Water-Images
    · Spotting Out the Embedded Figures
    · Completion Of Incomplete Pattern
    · Figure Matrix
    · Rule Detection
    · Paper Folding
    · Paper Cutting
    · Cubes and Dice
    · Grouping of Identical Figures
    · Dot Situation
    · Construction of Squares and Triangles
    · Figure Formation and Analysis

    The above stated topics are the topics from which the questions are mostly asked in the written objective examination. The candidate must have to work hard for it as they have to face tough competition to get entrance in reputed organizations.

    To score well in the examinations try some tricks to remember the big formulas with key that recall it easily. Try to work with a proper scheduled routine daily for the preparation and score well. Take some rest time in the schedule too, so your mind will keep fresh, and don’t take much stress while preparations this may affect the health and mind both. Keep the self-confidence, do hard work, keep well time management. By doing this all you will be tough to compete in the examination.

    Interview Questions and Answers for Freshers

    The interviews are much important to check the ability of the candidate giving the interview to the interviewer and also stressful for the job seekers even they have gone to the number of interviews. To reduce the stress there is a better way and that is to be prepared for the questions that can be normally asked by an interviewer. The interview has its own importance and it gives an insight of the person possesses the interview. The candidates, going for an interview must review all the questions that likely being asked. And he/she must also review the sample answers to those typical questioning of interviewer

    From an interviewer point of view the importance of Interview is that they get a chance to see is the applicant/aspirant matches up to the resume. The interviewer observes the personality of the person is he/she perfect for the job or not. The interviewer evaluates many things like the confidence of the person, skills and abilities, attitudes and other activities

    BEST OF LUCK !!!!!!

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    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Re: Eligibility criteria for SSC exams? How to start preparation for it from 3rd year Engineering?

    Hello Dear Friend ...

    The Eligibility is as follows ...


    And the minimum age must be 21 years

    And you must have completed a Graduation from a recognized university

    And final year students are also eligible to apply for it

    You are still in the third year ... I AM REALLY REGRET TO SAY THIS ... you are not eligible to apply friend

    You can apply next year

    SSC Combined Graduate level exam guide by R.Gupta

    By Sanjeev Soon

    A complete guide for SSC Graduate level examination by Sachichada nand Jha ...


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    lakshmi dhana
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    May 2012

    Re: Eligibility criteria for SSC exams? How to start preparation for it from 3rd year Engineering?

    Eligibility criteria for SSC exams

    Nationality /Citizenship:

    Candidate must be a citizen of India.

    Age Limit (as on 01 January 2013) :

    Minimum: 18 years

    Maximum: 23 years.

    Essential Qualifications (as on 11 January 2013)

    Matriculation or 10th pass or graduation from a recognized Board / University
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