Here we simply explains the steps involved in Staff Selection Committee (SSC) Selection Process or SSL Exams
The Staff Selection Committee (SSC) holds the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) for employment in various grade B positions under the supervision of the Government of India. The minimum educational qualification required to appear in the SSC is to graduate from a recognized university.
In this article we will discuss the selection procedures and important dates for all stages of SSC CGL
SSC CGL Selection Procedure
The selection process consists of two tests of the online target type – the first level and the second level. From 2016-2017 onwards, SSC canceled the interview round and replaced it with a descriptive test as the Tier III round. The fourth level is the final round that tests the candidate on the efficiency of his computer. Now, let’s take a look at all the tours:
Level I: Online Exam
This is an objective online test of totally 200 marks. In this round, the candidate will be assessed for his quantitative, English, thinking and general awareness skills. The time limit for the test is one hour.
Level Two: Online Exam
This round consists of four papers of 200 marks each. Each paper is finished within two hours. While the first two papers (quantitative and English) are common in all publications, the third and fourth papers are made for specific posts only. The Statistics Sheet is reserved only for the post of Statistical Investigator and the General Studies Sheet is reserved for the post of Assistant Audit Officer only. There are negative signs for both the first and second levels. Moreover, there is no sectional or cut time limit for both levels.
Level Three: Paper-based Descriptive Test
Candidates who have qualified from the first and second level for this type of descriptive paper with 100 marks are shown. The duration of the sheet is 1 hour.
Level Four: Computer Proficiency / Data Entry Skill Test
This tour tests the candidate’s ability to master the use of computers. This paper is qualified only in nature. They are made for specific functions only
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