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About SSC Jobs

SSC has been one of the most desirable organisations for govt. exams in India. Every year thousands of vacancies are filled by SSC in govt. departments. Govt. jobs are the most sought after career choice in India. And it is one of the fastest growing industries in India and they are considered as sunrise sector of Indian Economy. More so, the government is focusing on providing better facilities and services in the every aspect of our lives. Govt is focusing on the development of our COUNTRY and in order to do that millions of Jobs will be created in the coming years. SSC is the only organisation that provides employment to lakhs of students in INDIA. A great opportunity lies ahead for all the SSC aspirants.

As the sector is growing very fast, it also needs manpower at various levels. Essentially the recruitment in SSC happens at the following levels:

1. Posts Under 4800 Grade Pay: Audit Officer Helping in conducting audits of govt./public sector organizations. The in hand salary will be around 55,000.

2. Posts Under 4600 Grade Pay: (Inspector (Examiner) (CBEC)- Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)- Post of Assistants in all Govt. Ministries: (Central Vigilance Commission,) Assistant Section Officer (CSS), Assistant (Intelligence Bureau), Assistant (Ministry of Railway) , Inspector (Dept. of Post) etc. The in hand salary will be around 50,000.

3. Posts Under 4200 Grade Pay: Sub Inspectors (CBI), Divisional Accountant (CAG), Assistant (Other Ministries) Sub Inspectors (NIA), Statistical Investigator. The in hand salary will be around 46,000.

4. Posts Under 2800, 2400 Grade Pay : Compiler (Registrar General of India), Senior Secretariat Assistant, Accountant/ Junior Accountant (Offices under C&AG, CGA & others) , Tax Assistant (CBEC & CBDT) , Sub-Inspector (Central Bureau of Narcotics) etc. The in hand salary will be around 40,000.

Combined Graduate Level Examination:-

Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC – CGLE) is the most reputed graduate level exam conducted by SSC for group B & C posts of Ministries / Departments / Organizations of the Central Govt.


Essential Qualification & Age limit:

Staff Selection Commission Qualification Age Limit
Combined Graduate  Level Examination Graduation from any Recognized University   18 Posts-18-27 Year
  AAO/AEO/SI IN NIA- 18-30 Year ………………………………
SI in CBI/CSS(ASO)/Assistant in MEA/ Assistant in AFHQ-20-30 Year
Statistical Investigator-  Up to 32Year ………………………………
Assistant In IB- 21-27 Year  
Tax Assistant (CBEC)-  20-27 Year
SI in CBN- 18-25 Year

Desirable Qualification For AAO Post:- Charter Accountant / Cost & Management Accountant /

Company Secretary / Masters in Business Administration (Finance) / Masters in Business Studies /

Masters in Business(Economics) / Masters in Commerce.  


Online exam (Tier- I)     Total Time: 75 Minute

Subjects Questions Marks
General Intelligence& Reasoning 25 50
Numerical Aptitude 25 50
General Awareness 25 50
English Language 25 50
Total Questions 100 200


Online Exam (Tier-II)     Total Time: 2 hours

Paper Subjects Questions Marks
1 Numerical Aptitude 100 200
2 English language 200 200
3 Statistics (For Statistical Investigator) 100 200
4 Economics, Governance& Finance, Accounts (For Assistant Audit Officer) 100 200+


Written Exam (Tier-III)     Time Duration: 1 hours

Descriptive Paper Word Limit Marks
Essay 250 50
Letter writing      150 50
Precise NA  


Computer Proficiency Test-

It will consist of three Modules in the following manner:

Posts Skill Test Norms
1.  Word Processing Test 2000 Depressions: 15 Minute
2.  Test in spread Sheets on Microsoft Excel: 15 Minutes
3.  Test in Power Point Microsoft Power Point: 15 Minutes


Data Entry Skill Test:

Posts Skill Test Norms
Tax Assistant(CBEC)
Tax Assistant (CBDT)
Data Entry of Approximate 8000 Key
Time Allowed- 15 Minutes


About: The Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) (Hindi: केंद्रीयसशस्त्रपुलिसबल) refers to uniform nomenclature of five security forces in Indiaunder the authority of Ministry of Home Affairs. They are the Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), and SashastraSeemaBal (SSB).


Sub-Inspector in CAPFs: (Central Armed Police Forces)

The post carries pay scale of Rs 9300-34800 in Pay Band 2 with Grade Pay of Rs 4200 and is classified as Group ‘B’ Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial.

Sub Inspector (Executive) in Delhi Police:

The post carries pay scale of Rs.9300-34800 in Pay Band 2 with Grade Pay of Rs. 4200 and is classified as Group ‘C’ by Delhi Police.

Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF:

The post carries pay scale of Rs.5200-20200 in PB-2 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2800/- and is classified as Group ‘C’


Essential Qualification: Graduation from Any Recognized University

Age Limit: - 20-25 Years

Examination Will Comprise: Written Examination in two phases, Physical Endurance Test, Medical Examination


Online Examination Tier-I      Total Time- 2hrs

Part Subjects Questions Marks
A General Intelligence & Reasoning 50 50
B General Knowledge & General Awareness 50 50
C Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
D English Comprehension 50 50
Total Marks 200

Online Examination Tier-II         Total Time- 2hrs

S. No Subjects Questions Marks
1 English Language & Comprehension 200 200


Physical Efficiency (Endurance) Test (PET) for all Posts:

For Male Candidate:  

  1. 100meter race in 16 second
  2. 1.6 Kames race in 6.5 minutes.
  3. Jump: 3.65 meters(11.97Feet) in 3 chance
  4. High Jump: 1.2 meters(3.93 Feet) in 3 chance
  5. Shot Put(16Lbs): 4.5 meters in  3chances

For Female Candidate

  1. 100meter race in 18 second
  2. 800 meters race in 4 minutes.
  3. Long Jump: 2.7 meters(9 feet) in 3 chance
  4.  High Jump:0.9meters(3feet) in 3 chance


Physical Efficiency (Endurance) Test (PET) for all Posts:

Category Of Candidates Height (in cms) Chest (in cms) Unexpanded Chest (in cms) Expanded
For male candidates GENERAL/OBC/SC 170 80 85
For Female Candidates General/OBC/SC 157    




Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination

SSC CHSL Exam is one of the most popular exams, next only to SSC CGL Exam, conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC). While the CGL Exam is for graduates for Group B and C posts, CHSL Exam is for intermediates, who have passed the 12th Class.

SSC CHSL Exam is primarily conducted for Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Data Entry Operator posts

Age Limit: 18-27 years

The Selection process, comprises of Written exam and followed for Type/ Skill test. The Structure, scheme and syllabus for CHSL Written exam is given as follows

Written Exam: All those applicants who successfully submit their applications before the last date will be called for a Written Exam provisionally. Applicants will have to Download the Call Letter / Admit cards, before appearing for the Exam.

The Written Exam, will have 200 Questions from 4 different sections with 50 Questions from each section. The Duration of Exam is of 2 hours only.

Exam Pattern:

Number of sections: 4

Total Marks: 200 Marks

Total time allotted: 75 minutes

  1. English (50 marks)
  2. Quantitative (50 marks)
  3. General Intelligence (50 marks)
  4. General knowledge (50 marks)

Remember, there is negative marking and for that, SSC will deduct 0.50 marks for every wrong answer.


Multi Tasking Staff Exam is conducted by Staff Selection Commission for recruitment of dedicated and capable applicants for the different departments.


Exam Pattern

S. NO Paper Exam Type Topics No. of Questions Marks Duration
1. Paper-I Objective General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 25 2 Hours
2. Numerical Aptitude 25 25
3. General English 50 50
4. General Awareness 50 50
5. Paper-II Descriptive Short Essay/Letter 50 30 Minutes
Total 200

SSC MTS Exam 2017: Selection Process

Step I: Candidates will be shortlisted for the Paper-II on the basis of their performance in Paper-I.

Step II: Paper-II will only of qualifying nature. The cut-offs in Paper-I and qualifying marks in Paper-II may be different for vacancies in each State/UT will be fixed at the discretion of the Commission.

Step III: Candidates for each State/UT will be finally selected based on their performance in Paper-I, subject to their meeting basic qualifying standards fixed in Paper-II.

There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.