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KNOW ALL ABOUT GST FOR SSC EXAMS 2017

Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017 – Get details of time line of GST, Benefits of GST, impact of GST on various goods and services, complete details.

Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017 – Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a comprehensive indirect tax on manufacture, sale, and consumption of goods and services throughout India. GST would replace respective taxes levied by the central and state governments.

It is an indirect tax for the whole country and can be identified as “One Nation One tax” to make India a unified market. It is a single tax on supply of Goods and services in its entire product cycle or life cycle I.e from manufacturer to consumer. It is calculated only in the “Value Addition” at any stage of goods and services. The final consumer will pay only his part of the tax and not the the entire supply chain. Also GST aims to eliminate too many supplementary taxes in order to regularize the prices of the goods.

Benefits of GST : Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

Easy Compliance : It makes income tax compliance simpler, easy and transparent

Uniformity of tax rates and structures: GST will ensure that indirect tax rates and structures are common across the country. The main goal of GST is to make it tax neutral while doing business irrespective of the place of doing business. Minimal cascading of taxes. GST aims to give improved competitiveness for trade and industry. Uniformity of Tax rates to reduce compliance costs.

Better controls on tax leakage and higher revenue efficiency to decrease the cost of collection of tax revenues.

For the consumer this is a relief in the overall tax burden and this prevents leakages in every stage of the supply chain and the tax burden on several commodities will come down. There is only one single tax from the manufacturer to the consumer that leads to transperancy of the taxes paid to the final consumer.

Which of the following taxes are subsumed?

Central Level: Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

At the Central level, the following taxes are being subsumed: a. Central Excise Duty, b. Additional Excise Duty, c. Service Tax, d. Additional Customs Duty commonly known as Countervailing Duty, and e. Special Additional Duty of Customs.

State Level: Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

At the State level, the following taxes are being subsumed: a. Subsuming of State Value Added Tax/Sales Tax, b. Entertainment Tax (other than the tax levied by the local bodies), Central Sales Tax (levied by the Centre and collected by the States), c. Octroi and Entry tax, d. Purchase Tax, 4 e. Luxury tax, and f. Taxes on lottery, betting and gambling.

The Timeline of events that led to GST?

GST is being introduced in the country after a 13 year long journey since it was first discussed in the report of the Kelkar Task Force on indirect taxes. A brief chronology outlining the major milestones on the proposal for introduction of GST in India is as follows:

  1. In 2003, the Kelkar Task Force on indirect tax had suggested a comprehensive Goods and Services Tax (GST) based on VAT principle.
  2. A proposal to introduce a National level Goods and Services Tax (GST) by April 1, 2010 was first mooted in the Budget Speech for the financial year 2006-07.
  3. Since the proposal involved reform/ restructuring of not only indirect taxes levied by the Centre but also the States, the responsibility of preparing a Design and Road Map for the implementation of GST was assigned to the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers (EC)
  4. Based on inputs from Govt of India and States, the EC released its First Discussion Paper on Goods and Services Tax in India in November, 2009.
  5. In order to take the GST related work further, a Joint Working Group consisting of officers from Central as well as State Government was constituted in September, 2009.
  6. In order to amend the Constitution to enable introduction of GST, the Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha in March 2011. As per the prescribed procedure, the Bill was referred to the Standing Committee on Finance of the Parliament for examination and report.
  7. Meanwhile, in pursuance of the decision taken in a meeting between the Union Finance Minister and the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers on 8th November, 2012, a ‘Committee on GST Design’, consisting of the officials of the Government of India, State Governments and the Empowered Committee was constituted.
  8. This Committee did a detailed discussion on GST design including the Constitution (115th) Amendment Bill and submitted its report in January, 2013. Based on this Report, the EC recommended certain changes in the Constitution Amendment Bill in their meeting at Bhubaneswar in January 2013.
  9. The Empowered Committee in the Bhubaneswar meeting also decided to constitute three committees of officers to discuss and report on various aspects of GST as follows:-
  10. Committee on Place of Supply Rules and Revenue Neutral Rates;
  11. Committee on dual control, threshold and exemptions; (c) Committee on IGST and GST on imports.
  12. The Parliamentary Standing Committee submitted its Report in August, 2013 to the Lok Sabha. The recommendations of the Empowered Committee and the recommendations of the Committee were incorporated in the draft Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill. The revised draft was sent for consideration of the Empowered Committee in March, 2014.
  13. Parliamentary Standing Committee were examined in the Ministry in consultation with the Legislative Department. Most of the recommendations made by the Empowered Committee and the Parliamentary Standing Committee were accepted and the draft Amendment Bill was suitably revised.
  14. The final draft Constitutional Amendment Bill incorporating the above stated changes were sent to the Empowered Committee for consideration in September 2013.
  15. The EC once again made certain recommendations on the Bill after its meeting in Shillong in November 2013. Certain recommendations of the Empowered Committee were incorporated in the draft Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill. The revised draft was sent for consideration of the Empowered Committee in March, 2014.
  16. The 115th Constitutional (Amendment) Bill, 2011, for the introduction of GST introduced in the Lok Sabha in March 2011 lapsed with the dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha.
  17. In June 2014, the draft Constitution Amendment Bill was sent to the Empowered Committee after approval of the new Government.
  18. Based on a broad consensus reached with the Empowered Committee on the contours of the Bill, the Cabinet on 17.12.2014 approved the proposal for introduction of a Bill in the Parliament for amending the Constitution of India to facilitate the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the country. The Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 19.12.2014, and was passed by the Lok Sabha on 06.05.2015. It was then referred to the Select Committee of Rajya Sabha, which submitted its report on 22.07.2015.

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SSC CHSL ADMIT CARD 2017- TIER II CALL LETTER DOWNLOAD

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017- Check details of SSC CHSL Admit Card Tier 2 2017 for LDC and DEO posts

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017- SSC CHSL Admit Card is now released for the SSC CHSL Tier 2 exam. The SSC CHSL Tier I examination is already completed and now the students will be appearing in Tier 2 exam on 9th July 2017. The SSC CHSL admit card for Tier 2 has been released for different regions. The SSC CHSL Tier 2 admit card is officially released and candidates will have to access the regional websites of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to download. In this article, we will give you details of how to download SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017 with other significant details.

The SSC CHSL 2 Admit Card is issued only for those candidates who will manage to qualify in the SSC CHSL Tier I exam. On the SSC CHSL Tier 2 hall ticket, students will be able to get details about the exam center, timing, candidate name and roll number, and other details. Candidates will only be able to download their copies of SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017 for Tier 2 online, offline admit cards issue will not be entertained.

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017- Call letters (Region wise)

We bring you links to download SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017 region wise. The regions for which the call letters are not released will be updated soon. Please check-

SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Northern Region) Click here to Download Admit Card
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Southern Region) Click here to Download Admit Card
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Northern Western Region) Click here to Download Admit Card
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Central Region) Click here to Download Admit Card 
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Madhya Pradesh Region) Click here to Download Admit Card 
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Western Region) Click here to Download Admit Card
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (North Eastern Region) Click here to Download Admit Card 
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam 2016 (Karnataka Region Region) Click here to Download Admit Card


SSC CHSL Important Dates 2017

Events Important Dates
Tier I Admit Card – Date of Release December 25, 2017
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam Date January 07, 2017 to February 08, 2017
SSC CHSL Admit card (region-wise)- Date of release June 28, 2017 Onwards
Date of Tier II Examination July 09, 2017


SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017- How to download SSC CHSL hall ticket

The candidates will be able to download the SSC CHSL Tier 2 admit card from the regional websites of SSC.

The details which will be required to download the Combined Higher Secondary Level Tier 2 Admit Card 2017 are

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Registration ID

Follow the step- by- step procedure to download the SSC CHSL Admit Card

Step 1: Visit the respective regional website of SSC from the table given above.

Step 2: Click on the option which says “Know your Roll No.”.

Step 3: The candidates will have to enter details like Name, Date of Birth and Registration ID wherever asked. The roll number will be generated after this process.

Step 4: Click on the link which says ‘Download Admit card’.

Step 5: You need to enter your Roll number to generate the Admit card. Take a printout and keep it safe to carry it on the day of examination.

SSC CHSL Tier II 2017 Exam Important Highlights

Date of Examination July 09, 2017
Time of Examination 10 am to 11 am
Mode of Examination Pen and Paper
Content asked in the exam Paragraph Writing/Essay Writing and Letter Writing/ Application Writing
Language English/Hindi
Syllabus No particular topic
Qualifying Marks 33%
Word Limit for Essay/Paragraph 200-250 words
Word limit for Letter/Application 150-200 words

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NVS CONTRACT TEACHER RECRUITMENT 2017-18: SALARY/ELIGIBILITY/DETAILS

NVS Contract Teacher Recruitment 2017-18: Salary/Eligibility/Details of teacher post on contact basis

NVS Contract Teacher Recruitment 2017-18: Salary/Eligibility/Details

Navodya Vidyalaya Sangathan has released the notification for the recruitment of Contract basis/ Part time teacher vacancies. Interested and eligible candidates may apply offline before the last date of each region. There is no centralized application process and candidates need to apply for each post separately.

NVS Contract Teacher Eligibility Criteria 2017-18

NVS TGT Contractual Teacher Eligibility is as follows:

Bachelors Degree of equivalent from a recognised university with an aggregate of 50% marks or above in respective subject from a recognised university. Candidate should have passed B.Ed or equivalent from a recognized university. Candidate should also have passed Central Teacher Eligibility Test conducted by CBSE. Candidate should have knowledge of computer applications.

NVS PGT Contractual Teacher eligibility:

Two years integrated Post Gradudate M.SC/MA Course from Regional College of Education of NCERT in concerned subject with 50% marks in aggregate.

Candidate should have masters degree from recognized university with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in any of the following subjects:

B.Ed or equivalent qualification from a recognized university for PGT posts expect for Information Technology. Candidate should have good proficiency in teaching in both English and Hindi languages. Knowledge of computer application is also desirable for the post.

NVS Contractual Teacher Application and Selection Process 2017 -18:

Eligible and Interested candidates can send their application with the names of the post marked in block letters. Candidates can attend walk in interview along with original documents along with photocopies of marksheets along with work experience certificates and a recent passport size photograph. Final selection will be based on interview.

NVS Contractual Teacher Salary Structure:

No Post Monthly Salary at Normal Station Monthly salary in Hard Station
1 TGT 26250 31250
2 PGT 27500 32500
3 PGT (Food and Beverage)NVS Contract Teacher Recruitment 2017-18 27500 32500

How to Apply?

Candidates will have to apply region-wise. There are four regions, namely Chandigarh, Bhopal, Jaipur and Pune. Candidates will have to apply region-wise and will have to login to regional website of each NVS region.

NVS Contract Teacher for Pune Region:

Official Website of NVS Pune

No Topic Details
1 Last Date of application 15th June 2017
2 Interview Date 24th June 2017
3 Total Number of Vacancy 351
4 Expected Date of Interview Result Last Week of June 2017

NVS Contract Teacher 2017-18: Important Dates for Chandigarh Region

Official Website of NVS Chandigarh

No Topic Details
1 Last Date of Application 8th July 2017
2 Number of Vacancies 192
3 Expected Date of Interview Mid July

Important Dates for NVS Contract Teacher 2017 – 18 : Important Dates for Bhopal Region:

Official Website of NVS Bhopal

No Event Details
1 Interview Date 19, 20 and 21st June 2017
2 Expected Date of Interview Result Last Week of June 2017

NVS Contract Teacher 2017-18 for Jaipur Region:

Official Website of NVS Jaipur

No Event Details
1 Interview Date 19th and 20th June 2017
2 Expected Date of Interview Result Last Week of June 2017

Candidates need to apply for each region separately. There is no centralised process for application and therefore visit regional website of each NVS to apply for contractual Teacher.

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SSC CPO 2017 EXAM DATE – CHECK NEW EXAM DATES

SSC CPO 2017 Exam Date  – Staff Selection Commission has postponed the exam date for SSC CPO by one week

SSC CPO 2017 Exam Date

Candidates can refer to the notice of sub-inspector in Delhi Police, CAPF and Assistant Sub inspector in CISF examination 2017. The exams for SSC CPO have been changed from

SSC CPO 2017 is a great opportunity for those who want to join police and paramilitary force. The SSC CPO 2017 is for those who would love the opportunity to join the paramilitary forces. It is a respected job and aspirants who would love to be part of police and paramilitary forces must give Phase I of the Exam followed by Physical Endurance Test and then a Phase II exam and interview to be selected in SSC CPO.

Exam Pattern of SSC CPO:

SSC conduct CPO exam every year for those who are graduates.

Paper Pattern I

Section Subject No. of Questions Maximum marks Time Duration
Part A

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50 50

Time Duration of 2 hours

Part B

General Knowledge and General Awareness

50 50
Part C

Quantitative Aptitude

50 50
Pard D

English Comprehension

50 50
Total   100 200

Paper Pattern II

Subject

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time Duration

English Language and Comprehension

200 200 2 hours

SSC conduct CPO exam every year for those who are graduates.

Paper Pattern I

Section Subject No. of Questions Maximum marks Time Duration
Part A

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50 50

Time Duration of 2 hours

Part B

General Knowledge and General Awareness

50 50
Part C

Quantitative Aptitude

50 50
Pard D

English Comprehension

50 50
Total 100 200

Paper Pattern II

Subject

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time Duration

English Language and Comprehension

200 200

2 hours

SSC CPO SI Exam Syllabus 2017:

Syllabus for SSC CPO SI Exam is as follows :

  1. General Intelligence and Reasoning
  2. General Knowledge and General Awareness
  3. Quantitative Aptitude
  4. English Comprehension

Modification to Dates of SSC CPO Examination

In partial modification to the earlier announced date(s) of the said examination from 30th June, 2017 to 7th July, 2017, the Commission would now be conducting the said examination from 1st July, 2017 to 7th July, 2017.

Accordingly, the candidates are advised to download their e-Admit Cards from the websites of the concerned Regional Offices.

Official Notification of SSC CPO

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SSC CPO Admit Card 2017 - Download Zone wise Call Letter for Delhi Police/CAPFs ASI in CISF

SSC CPO Admit Card 2017 - SSC CPO Admit card released for all regions, exam on 30th June 2017

SSC CPO Admit Card 2017

SSC has released admit card for SSC CPO 2017 for Delhi Police SI/ASI, CISF, & CAPF Recruitment Exam. SSC CPO 2017 exam Call letter for Delhi Police is available zone wise for download.

SSC CPO exam will be conducted on 30th June. The exam consist of two papers - Paper 1 will have 100 questions of 200 marks from below topics:

  • General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • General Knowledge and General Awareness
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English Comprehension

Paper Pattern I

Section Subject No. of Questions Maximum marks Time Duration
Part A

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50 50

Time Duration of 2 hours

Part B

General Knowledge and General Awareness

50 50
Part C

Quantitative Aptitude

50 50
Pard D

English Comprehension

50 50
Total   100 200

Paper Pattern II

Subject

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time Duration

English Language and Comprehension

200 200 2 hours

SSC CPO Admit Card 2017: Important Dates

Events Exam Dates
Admit Card for Tier 1 Exam 19th June 2017
Tier 1 Exam 01st July – 5th July 2017.
Result of Tier 1 Exam 16th August 2017 (Expected)
Physical Test September 2017
Admit Card for Tier 2 Exam Last week of September

How to Download SSC CPO Admit Card 2017

  • Visit the website of your region.
  • Click on ‘Download Admit Card’ tab.
  • Click on ‘SSC CPO 2017 Admit Card’ tab
  • Fill your details like Registration number, Date of Birth, Name etc. asked by commission.
  • Submit your details filled by you.
  • Download your SSC CPO 2017 Admit Card and take printout of it.

Download SSC CPO SI Admit Card 2017 - Region Wise

SSC CPO Region Wise Admit Card Link to Download
Eastern Region (ER) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO ER
Kerala Karnataka Region (KKR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO KR
Southern Region (SR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO SR
North Eastern Region (NER) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO NER
Western Region (WR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO WR
Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO MPR
Central Region (CR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO CR
North Western Region (NWR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO NWR
Northern Region (NR) Click to download admit card of SSC CPO NR

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SSC Stenographer Notification 2017 for 12th Passed Candidates : Apply Online Now

Staff Selection Commission(SSC) released notification for the recruitment of Stenographers(Grade C and Grade D). Mode of registration of application is online and Mode of Examination is also online. Online Examination i.e. Computer Based Test date also has been announced it will  be conducted tentatively in the month of September 2017.  Online Registration of application for SSC Stenographers Grade C and Grade D can be made 17th June 2017, Saturday onwards. Eligible and Interested candidates may apply online before or on 15th July 2017(Saturday).

Name of the Posts: Stenographers(Grade C and Grade D)

Total Number of Vacancies: Yet to be announced

Mode of Registration of Application: Online

Mode of Examination: Online

Minimum Educational Qualification: The Candidates must have to be passed 12th Standard or its equivalent from a recognized university/ Board / Institutions.

Age Limit(As on 01-08- 2017): 18 to 27 years, there is a age relaxations for OBC/SC/ST/Others Category, please refer notification given below.

Mode of Selection: The candidates will be selected on the basis of  Computer Based Test which has been scheduled in the month of September tentatively.

SSC Stenographers Grade C and Grade D Online Examination Pattern 2017:

Date    of Exam

Part

Subject

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Total Duration

4.9.2017

to   7.9.2017

I

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50

50

2 Hours

(2 hours and 40 minutes  for VH/OH (afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and locomotor               disability wherein the dominant writing extremity is affected to the extent of slowing down the performance of the candidates)

II

General Awareness

50

50

III

English Language and Comprehension

100

100

Notes:

  1. Question paper will be of Objective Multiple choice type. Questions will be set in Hindi and English except Part-III.
  2. There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. Candidates are, therefore, advised to keep this in mind while answering the question.

SSC Stenographers (Grade C and Grade D) Syllabus for Computer Based Test:

  1. General Intelligence & Reasoning: It would include questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. The test will include questions on analogies, similarities and differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgement, decision making, visual memory, discriminating observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series etc. The test will also include questions designed to test the candidate‟s abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationship, arithmetical computation and other analytical functions.
  2. General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its Neighboring countries especially pertaining to Sports, History, Culture, Geography, Economic scene, General Polity including Indian Constitution, and Scientific Research etc. These questions will be such that they do not require a special study of any discipline.Notes: For VH candidates of 40% and above visual disability /afflicted by cerebral palsy and locomotor disability candidates and opting for scribe there will be no component of Maps/Graphs/Diagrams/Statistical Data in the General Intelligence & Reasoning /  General Awareness Paper.
  3. English Language & Comprehension: In addition to the testing of candidates' understanding of the English Language, its vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms and its correct usage, etc. his/her writing ability, would also be tested.

Important Dates of SSC Stenographer (Grade C and Grade D) 2017:

Name of the Events

Important Timelines

Opening Date of Registration of Application

17/06/2017

Closing Date of Registration of Application

15/07/2017

SSC Stenographers Online Examination Date

04th September 2017 to 07th September 2017

Application Fees: Rs.100/- for all categories candidates

Important Links:

Sr. No.

Activities

Links

1.

Official Website

Click Here

2.

Official Advertisement

Click here

3.

Apply Online

Click here

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SSC JE 2017 Exam Date for Paper 2

SSC JE 2017 Exam Date for Paper 2 – SSC Junior Engineer 2017 Exam Paper 2 (Descriptive) date announced

SSC JE 2017 Exam Date for Paper 2

Staff Selection Commission announced date of Paper 2 of Junior Engineering Recruitment examination as 16thJune 2017. SSC Conducts this exam for the recruitment of Junior Engineers in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Quantity Surveying and Contract. There are about 1000 vacancies for Junior Engineer in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying and Contract disciplines.

The SSC or Staff Selection Commission was founded on Nov 4, 1975 and is headquartered in New Delhi, India. More than 5 lakh candidates participate in the direct recruitment examination organized by the commission.

The Staff Selection Commission organised an exam for SSC Junior Engineer on March 1st, 2nd, 3rd,4th 2017 for Junior Engineers and Group B Non-Gazetted posts. The selection examination Paper I and Paper II was held across centers in India and was taken by approximately 3 lakh aspirants. The exam was out of 500 marks. SSC JE Paper 1 was held in the month of March 2017. The Results for SSC JE Tier 1 exam was announced on June 5 2017.

SSC JE 2017 Exam Date for Paper 2 Date

Staff Selection Commission will hold the Junior Engineer Tier 2 Exam as per schedule. According to notification, the Descriptive Paper or the Paper II for Junior Engineers Examination would be conducted on 30 July 2017. Candidates who qualify in the Paper I of the exam would be allowed to appear in Paper 2 or Tier 2 Exam that is descriptive in nature.

SSC JE 2017 Exam Date for Paper 2 Admit Card

The Admit card for the Tier II or the Descriptive exam would be released separately on regional SSC Website. SSC JE Paper 2 or Descriptive test is a written examination. Paper 2 questions are based on general engineering and the specific branch of engineering mentioned in while joining. The question paper is for 300 marks and will be conducted for a duration of 3 hours.

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SSC CGL 2017 ONLINE APPLICATION FORM DATE EXTENDED TO 19TH JUNE 2017

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application form date extended – Check extended dates for filling SSC CGL 2017 Application form and fees payment

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application form date extended

SSC has issued an important notice which states that last date to apply online for SSC CGL Application is extended to 19th June 2017. Earlier the last date for applying was 16th June 2017.

Why the SSC CGL 2017 Application Date is extended?

There was a lot of speculations regarding whether the SSC CGL application date will be extended or not as lot of students were facing difficulty in filling online application form for SSC CGL 2017.

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application Date Extended – Official Notice

The commission has uploaded the official notice which states that due to some technical problems in past two days, the dates have been extended by 3 more days. The last date for applying online is now 19 June 2017 till 5:00 PM.

Click Here to View Official Notice

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application form date extended –  Application Fees and Challan Dates:

The commission also states that payments made through challans, it is informed that in those cases where challans have been generated by the applicants before 5.00 PM on 19.6.2017, they could make the payment to the designated Branches of SBI using this challan within the working hours of the Bank upto 21 June 2017.

So, you can pay challans in bank branches by 21st June.

How to Apply for SSC CGL 2017 ?

  • Visit the official website ssc.nic.in
  • You will find an application form window appearing in front of you.
  • The SSC CGL Online Application Form 2017 splits in two different parts i.e. Part-1 and Part-2.
  • Start with Part-1 in which candidates need to fill in details like Applicant Name, Category, Email ID, Address, Phone Number Education, Date of Birth, etc.
  • After filling, click on “I agree” button.
  • In Part-2 registration, fill in the payment details, scanned signature and photograph upload.
  • Kindly pay the requisite fee through SBI Net Banking/ Debit Card/ Credit Card or Challan.
  • Make sure the photograph you upload should be of JPG format and your scanned signature in JPG format.
  • Take a print- out of your application form.
  • The candidate will receive an application form after completion of part II of application process.

Application Fee and Modes of Payment 

  • The SSC CGL application fee is Rs. 100/-.
  • Exemption: Female candidates need not pay even a penny. Same is in the case of SC, ST, Ex-Servicemen candidates and Physically Handicapped.
  • In order to pay cash, the candidate needs to take a print out of challan generated online. Deposit the amount in the nearest branch of SBI and rest you can continue with part II registration.
  • In online payment case, a candidate will have to give details of registration number and DOB to carry forward the application process to part II.

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SSC JUNIOR HINDI TRANSLATOR EXAM ANALYSIS 15 JUNE 2017 – HOW WAS YOUR JHT EXAM?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – Share your SSC JHT 2017 paper review, questions asked, safe attempts, difficulty level

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – How was your JHT exam?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam is for translator post offered by SSC. Candidate should be well versed in both languages – Hindi and English for the post. The post involved work in Ministries and government offices. The exam for SSC JHT was conducted on June 15th 2017. We would love to your feedback regarding the exam. Remember, Sharing is caring, so share your feedback about the questions asked.

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Translator 2017 Paper Pattern:

Parts of the Paper Subject No. of Questions / Marks Time Duration
Paper I (Objective Type) (I) General Hindi

(ii) General English

(I) 100

(ii) 100 marks

2 hours
Paper II (Subjective Type) Translation and Essay 200 marks 2 hours
400 marks

SSC JHT Marking scheme:

Negative Marking Scheme: While each question entails one mark, it also has .25 negative marks for every wrong answer.

The exam is categorised into two sections – Paper I and Paper II. While, Paper I has 200 MCQ’s in Hindi and English, the Paper II is a subjective type question paper with questions in Hindi and English. Since, the post is for Junior Hindi Translator, the tests will emphasise on these details and tests the expertise of the candidate in both the languages including correct usage of words, phrases and idioms an ability to write the languages The Paper Ii of the exam has subjective type of questionnaire and will be a written exam.

Evaluation: The candidates who score a good cutoff marks in Paper I will be eligible for applying in Paper II. While candidates have to appear for both the papers, only those qualifying for minimum marks in Paper I, will have their Paper II assessed. The commission or the board has the discretion to fix qualifying marks in Paper-II.

How was your Exam?

Share your Feed back about How was your Exam? Share Feedback on how was your exam – Number of Good Attempts, Level of difficulty and Expected Cutoff. Please comment about the questions asked in the exam.

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Allahabad High Court Recruitment 2017: Apply for 1955 posts

Allahabad High Court(High Court of Judicature at Allahabad) Recruitment 2017 invites applications for the recruitment 1955 posts. Mode of Registration of Application is online. Eligible and Interested candidates may apply online before or on 03rd July 2017.

Name of the Posts: Personal Assistant / Clerk / Reader / Munsarim, Peon / Orderly / IT Supporting Staff

Total Number of Vacancies: 1955

Mode of Registration of Application: Online

Mode of Examination: Online

Vacancy Details:

Sr. No.

Name of the Posts

No. of Vacancies

1.

Personal Assistant

250

2.

Clerk/Reader/Munsarim

1000

3.

Peon/Orderly

500

4.

Supporting Staff

205

Total

1955

Minimum Educational Qualification:

For Personal Assistant: The Candidates should pose Graduation with Diploma or Certificate in Stenography along with CCC issued by DOEACC/ NIELIT Society and must possess 25/30 wpm Hindi /English Typing speed in Computer.

For Clerk / Reader / Munsarim: The Candidates should pose Intermediate with CCC issued by DOEACC / NIELIT Society and  must possess 25/30 wpm Hindi /English Typing speed in Computer.

For Peon/Orderly: The candidate should pose Junior High School Examination Passed.

For IT Supporting Staff: The candidate should poses BE/ B.Tech./ M.Sc. /MCA with specialization in Computer Science/ Electronics/ IT from a recognized university.

Age Limit: 18 to 35 years, there is a 5 years of age relaxations for SC/ST Category candidates.

Mode of Selection: The candidates will be selected on the basis of Offline Written Test and Skill Test.

Job Location: Uttar Pradesh, India

Salary(Per Month):

Sr. No.

Name of the Posts

Amount to be paid per month

1.

Personal Assistant

Rs.28800/-

2.

Clerk/Reader/Munsarim

Rs.24200/-

3.

Peon/Orderly

Rs.15000/-

4.

Supporting Staff

Rs.50000/-

Important Dates:

Name of the Events

Important Timelines

Opening Date of Registration of Application

12/06/2017

Closing Date of Registration of Application

03/07/2017

Closing Date of Fee Payment

03/07/2017

Application Fees:

For Peon Orderly Posts:

Sr. No.

Categories

Amount

1.

General/OBC

Rs.500/-

2.

SC/ST

Rs.300/-

For Other Posts:

Sr. No.

Categories

Amount

1.

General/OBC

Rs.750/-

2.

SC/ST

Rs.500/-

Important Links:

Sr. No.

Activities

Links

1.

Official Website

Click Here

2.

Official Advertisement

Click here

3.

Apply Online

Click here

Steps to Apply Online:

Step 1: Fill Registration Form.

Step 2: SMS and Email ID of User ID and Password

Step 3: Fill the Application Form

Step 4: Upload your Photograph and Signature

Step 5: Submission of Fees

Step 6: Take a Print out of Filled Application Form

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