Staff Selection Commission is a recruitment agency of the Department of Personnel and Training. It is mandated with the recruitment to all Group “B” posts in Ministries and Departments of the Govt. of India in the grade pay 4600 or below and all Group “C” (non-technical posts) in Ministries and Departments of the Govt. of India, except those posts which are specifically exempted. It also recruit candidates for the Group ‘B’ (Gazetted) post of Assistant Audit Officer in the pre-revised Grade Pay of Rs. 4800/- in the Office of C&AG. It conducts Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for the Government of India.
Which examinations do SSC conducts?
The Staff Selection Commission conducts the following examinations:
- Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Examination
- Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level (CHSL) Examination
- Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff (MTS) Examination
- Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and CAPF Examination
- Constable (GD) and Rifleman (GD) Examination
- Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination
- Junior Engineer Examination
- Junior Hindi Translator (JHT), Junior Translator and Senior Hindi Translator (SHT) Examination
- Constable (Executive) in Delhi Police Examination
- Examination for Selection Posts
How to Start SSC Exam Preparation?
The SSC exam preparation for the various exams requires efficient study plan and a lot of hard work. The SSC conducts examinations for various posts. The syllabus for each exam/post differs slightly from the other and so the preparation for each exam/post is slightly different. Therefore, the candidates should make sure to start the SSC exam preparation as soon as possible.
The aspirants willing to appear for other Government Exams can check GovtJobForm.in regularly for information regarding upcoming exam dates, vacancies, notification and more.
Here, we will discuss the SSC preparation tips for candidates who are starting the preparation for various exams conducted by the Staff Selection Collection.
These preparation Tips for SSC Exams may prove to be useful for candidates who are going to apply for SSC exams. It is very important they follow these steps to ensure that their SSC exam preparation is comprehensive and detailed.
1. Carefully go through the Syllabus
The candidates who wish to start the SSC exam preparation; the first suggestion is that he or she should have a clear understanding of the syllabus and the pattern of the SSC exam.
Only when a candidate is aware of syllabus, he can plan a strategy and start the preparation. For the reference of candidates, given below are the links for the SSC Syllabus for the various SSC exams at SSC Exam Syllabus
The detailed SSC Exam pattern may be checked at “SSC Exam Pattern”
2. Prepare a Study Plan
The next step for SSC exam preparation is that after getting a clear idea about the SSC exam pattern and syllabus, one must make a systematic study plan and make sure that adequate time is spent for preparation of each topic.
The candidates must make sure that adequate time for the preparation of each section is dedicated and no topic is left for preparation till last moment.
3. Collect Study Material and books
The third step is to collect study material and the books for preparation of SSC exams. The common subjects which are part of almost all the SSC exams such as reasoning, general awareness, quantitative aptitude and English language may be prepared at first. Also, the preparation for each post requires a different amount of effort that needs to be put in.
Candidates can get more tips and booklist for GovtJobForm.in.
4. Solve Previous Year Question Papers & Mock Tests
The candidates must refer to the previous year question papers to get better understanding the syllabus and type of questions that are being asked for different SSC exams. It will help them in understanding the exam pattern and understanding the standard and difficulty level of the exam.
Solving mock tests will prove to be helpful to the candidates and practicing as much as possible questions will help an aspirant to be more confident with the questions he is answering and attempt more questions in the final examination.
5. Look for Online Help or Coaching
If a candidate is not sure about preparation for the exam by himself, he or she should look for some help. There are many coaching centres and online portals which provide guidance to candidates preparing for SSC exams.
Look for reviews, past results, quality of study material which they provide and take a few trail classes and then pick the best coaching or online platform to prepare for the exam. Candidates rely on self-study and who are confident that they can prepare at home need not look for any online platform or coaching Institute for help. The most important tip for preparation for SSC exams is that they need to be prepared for lot of effort and hard work.
They must have self-confidence to qualify the exam and they must put in their best efforts to qualify the exam.
Candidates are advised to check the GovtJobForm.in for all latest job notifications from Staff Selection Commission and more preparation tips, tricks and study material regarding SSC exams.
Candidates willing to check salary of other posts and exams conducted under the Staff Selection Commission can visit the SSC.NIC.IN.