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W hy Change SSC CGL Syllabus - On new pattern 2020

Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). If you want to do the government jobs in the SSC and you are also devoted to the  SSC exam then you should read the SSC CGL Syllabus carefully.
Because it helps you make better preparation for the CGL exam. When you understand the syllabus of CGL, it can be easier for you.

SSC CGL exams are assumed in four phases (Tier-I, II, III, IV), The first two stages of the examination are conducted online, whereas the third phase examination is manual written forms. Which is from the offline pen-paper mode. The fourth stage of the examination is to be given to those candidates who were listed for those posts in Tier-I or who applied for this post, In which additional qualifications such as computational efficiency, data entry, etc. were expected. The syllabus of all these stages is different, details of which are given below.

SSC CGL Syllabus
 SSC CGL Syllabus

All Information about the SSC CGL Syllabus and Patterns

SSC CGL Syllabus: Tier - I 

Tier-I is the first stage of the examination which is mandatory for all posts. In this phase, 100 Objective types of questions are asked from the following four sections. There are 50 marks for every section. (Section-wise pass is not mandatory.) This test occurs in online mode, for which 1 hour is scheduled. 

S. N.
No.Of Q.
General awareness 
General Intelligence & Reasoning 
Quantitative Aptitude 
English Comprehension

SSC CGL Syllabus: Tier - II

After finishing the Tier-I examination, you get the chance to join the Tier-II exam. Tier-II is also the objective type exam which is online mode.
There are four papers in this examination, but all four papers are not to be applied for everyone. Paper - I and II are compulsory for everyone, While PAPER-III and IV are mandatory for some selected posts like Statistical Investigators Grade-II and Compiler, AAO posts. The objective type questions will be asked in these all papers related to various subjects. The details of all papers are given below.

No. Of Q. 
Quantitative Abilities 
English Language and Comprehension 
General Studies 
(Finance & Economics) 

Note - The time durations for each paper is two hours. And Penalty for wrong Answers, for paper - I, III, and IV are 0.5 Marks, While 0.25 Negative marks are applying for paper II.

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SSC CGL Syllabus: Tier - III

This is an offline pen-paper mode Descriptive exam. Successful candidates in Tier-II are participating in this. The main purpose of this examination is to test candidates for writing skills in English / Hindi. This examination is of 100 marks, for which 1 hour is scheduled. In this paper, essays, precis, letters, applications, etc. are asked by the students, in which it is mandatory for candidates to get pass marks.

SSC CGL Syllabus: Tier - IV

Tier - IV examination is mandatory for all students who have applied for especially TA, CSS, MEA, and Inspector posts Or students who were shortlisted for these posts in Tier-I. Computer Skills are examined in this stage exam which is divided into two separate parts. 

DEST (Data Entry Speed Test) - Under this examination, SSC Conducts typing speed tests from those students who have been selected for the assist posts. In this test, candidates have to type 2000 words in 15 minutes on the Computer. Candidates have to provide an article for this.

CPT (Computer Proficiency Test) - This computer test is mandatory for posts of CSS, MEA, and Inspectors, in which the Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Generates of Slides are basically asked from the students. It is mandatory for the Candidates to have knowledge of MS Office on the computer.

Note- Extra time is given for PH / PWD candidates in all phase exams.

Topics for SSC CGL Tier - I & II

Here are some important topics for SSC CGL Tier - I & II exams. All the subjects are assigned section-wise according to SSC CGL Syllabus, from which are asked questions in both phases of the examination. Topics of Tier I and Tier II are almost similar, but for Tier II some topics are different. Details are given below:

SSC CGL Syllabus Tier - I

Section: 1 General Awareness

General awareness will have questions on national and international current events also questions from history, geography, economics, science, culture, general policies, sports, books, and author, scientific research is asked. scientific research includes physics, chemistry, and biology. The current affair of the last 6 months is expected.

Section: 2  English Comprehension

Idioms and phrases fill in the blanks, jumbled sentences for ordering, one-word substitution, Synonyms, Antonyms, spelling/detecting, Mis-spelt words, common errors, sentence improvement, Passage, and cloze test are important topics for this section.

Section: 3 General Intelligence & Reasoning

The main objective of this part is to know the problem-solving skills of students. Generally in this section questions are asked related to Verbal and Non-Verbal reasoning, In which the following topics are important which are given below - 
Analogy, coding-decoding, puzzle, matrix, word formation, classification, Venn diagram, direction and distance, syllogism, blood relation, number series, etc.

Section: 4 Quantitative Aptitude

This section is specially related to Mathematics. In this section- Average, interest, percentage, simplification, ratio and preparation, problem on age, speed, distance and time, number system, mensuration, data interpretation, time and work, algebra, trigonometry, and geometry are important topics.

SSC CGL Syllabus Tier -II

Tier-II Syllabus is almost the same as the syllabus of Tier-I, but in some sections, some different topics are covered, whose details are available below. As mentioned above, there are four papers in the Tier-II exam. Here the four papers are separate.

Important Topics
Paper: I
Quantitative Abilities
Same as mentioned Tier - I topics.

Paper: II
English Language and Comprehension
Same as Tier - I topics + Active and Passive, Cloze test.

Paper: III

Collection classification and presentation of statistical data,
Measures of Central tendency,
The measure of dispersion- common measures dispersion,
Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis, Correlation and regression, Probability theory,
Random variable and probability distributions,
Sampling theory, Statistical Inference, Analysis of variance, Index numbers.
Paper: IV
General Studies 
(Finance & Economics)
Finance and Accounts, Economics, and Governance.

Documents verification

The last and final stage of the SSC CGL exam is document verification. For the final selection of candidates, it is crucial to verify all those documents which were mentioned at the time of filling the form.

Especially for your Dreams

If you are fully committed to this exam. You should study the question bank related to the CGL exam and see which topics are asked the more questions. After this, note all those topics and study them intensely. Along with that, you should prepare a Syllabus strategy and always attend a mock test. And lastly, I suggested you learn some special selected books only. 

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