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Success mantra for SSC CGL 2017 Tier 1 examination: GK and Current Affairs

“Success doesn’t come to you, YOU GO TO IT”- Marva Collins. SSC CGL Tier I examination is all set to hit in the month of August and all the aspirants are all set to crack it. The SSC CGL Tier I examination was initially scheduled but later it was notified to be held in the month of August. The SSC will recruit for various posts like Income Tax Inspector, Assistant, Statistical Inspector, Assistant Audit officer etc. by conducting this examination.


 

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The SSC CGL 2016 Tier I examination will serve as a “gateway” to appear the Tier 2 examination. The marks obtained in both the examinations will be taken into consideration in regard of counting the total.


 

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As of now, SSC CGL Tier I preparation should be your utmost priority. But before starting the preparation, you should be aware of the important topics from each section which will help you intensify your preparation level. But the “concern of the hour” is the section which has the vast syllabus among all and the topics asked are uncertain and unpredictable i.e. General Knowledge and Current Affairs. You must be definitely worried about your preparation of general knowledge and current affairs. If so, don’t worry as we are here to help you out.


 

You can check for important topics asked from the General Knowledge and Current Affairs” section in the pdf:

Before going to the tips of preparation, let us take a look at the pattern of SSC CGL 2016 Tier I examination:

SSC CGL 2017 Tier I: Pattern

Subject

Questions

Marks

Time

General Intelligence & Reasoning

25

50

75 minutes (Total)

For VH & Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
100 minutes

General Awareness

25

50

Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

English Language

25

50

TOTAL

100

200


 

Please note that there will be a negative marking of 0.5 marks for every wrong answer in the SSC CGL 2017 Tier I examination.

SSC CGL Tier I: Important dates

Following are some of the important dates of the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination:

Events associated with SSC CGL Tier 1

Significance

SSC CGL 2017 application starts

-- Will update---

SSC CGL 2017 application ends

-- Will update---

SSC CGL 2017 Admit Card for Tier 1

-- Will update---

SSC CGL 2017 Tier 1 exam

-- Will update---

SSC CGL 2017 Result for Tier 1

-- Will update---


 

After taking a look at some relevant details i.e. pattern and important dates of SSC CGL Tier 1 examination, let us take a look at a detailed syllabus of the “General Knowledge and current affairs “section with some of the important topics:

Chapters

Topics

Weightage

Total Weightage of Chapter

Static

Culture

1-2

14

Indian History

2-3

Geography (Indian + World)

2-3

Environment

1-2

Economy

2-3

Polity

2-3

Science

Biology

1-2

9

Chemistry

1-2

Physics + Space Science

1-2

Computer and Mobile Technology

1-2

Diseases, pollution

1-2

Nutrition

1-2

Others

Current Affairs

0-1

2

Misc. GK- Sports, People In News, Books

0-1

Dates, Portfolios, Schemes

0-1



 

SSC CGL Tier I: Preparation tips

  • There is no order of priority for general knowledge questions. The candidate has to attempt the test in the order of the questions given.
  • Practice in the order of top to bottom in the table given below.
  • Distribute your preparation for SSC CGL tier 1  into two levels: in level 1 distribute the time duration in accordance with the weightage and in level 2 distribute time in accordance with the order in which the topics are listed.
  • Try to go through all the important events and events by keeping yourself updated. Go through daily news and articles on a daily basis.

We hope that this article helps you to get some necessary perquisites for the SSC CGL 2017 Tier 1 examination. Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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Sure shot success mantra for SSC CGL Tier 1 2016 exam

Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be.”- George Sheehan.

sure shot success mantra for SSC CGL tier 1 exam

The SSC CGL 2016 Tier I examination is round the corner with hundreds of hopes and aspirations associated with it. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts examinations on an annual basis to fill its vacancies throughout all its organizations across the country. It is one of the best career options when someone wishes to pursue his/ her career in the public sector.

The SSC CGL 2016 Tier I exam was initially scheduled in the month of May 2016 but later it got postponed to August 2016. Please note that the interview section has been got rid of and there will be no interviews. In today’s competitive scenario, it is not an easy job to prepare well for an examination like SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1. You need a smart preparation agenda along with some sincere efforts. Do you believe that some preparation tips and tricks would help you to elevate your level of preparation? If yes, we are here to help you out.

Before going to the tips of preparation for the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination, let us take a look at the pattern of the examination:

SSC CGL Tier I: Pattern

Date of examination

Part

Subject

Max. Marks

Duration (For general candidates)

Duration (For VH candidates)


 


 

27. 08. 2016 and

11.09. 2016

A.

General Intelligence and reasoning

50


 


 


 

75 minutes


 


 


 

Some Added Extra Time (100 minutes)

B.

General awareness

50

C.

Quantitative Aptitude

50

D.

English Comprehensive

50


 

SSC CGL Tier I: Important dates

Let us go through some of the important dates of the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination:

Events associated with SSC CGL Tier 1

Significance

SSC CGL 2016 application starts

February 13, 2016

SSC CGL 2016 application ends

March 24, 2016

SSC CGL 2016 Admit Card for Tier 1

August 16, 2016

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 exam

August 27 to September 11, 2016

SSC CGL 2016 Result for Tier 1

September/October, 2016


 

After taking a look at the pattern of the examination, let us take a look at some of the useful preparation tips (section wise tips):


 

General intelligence and reasoning:

  • This section is one of the most scoring sections in the entire paper. So, try to practice vigorously questions from the frequently asked topics of this section.

  • It has been generally observed that this section takes less time than that of the quant section in SSC exams. So, go through different references and practice questions as this section can turn out to be the “Scoring shot” in the entire paper.

  • Go through different reference links and go through different links to find out different tricks associated with solving reasoning questions. Those questions will help you solve the section within a short span of time and save a lot of your time.

  • Important topics: Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Semantic Classification, Venn Diagrams, Symbolic/Number Classification, Semantic Series, Figural Pattern – folding and completion, Mirror Image, Water Images, Number Series, Coding and de-coding, Problem Solving.


 

English Comprehensive:

  • This section focuses on testing the language skills of the candidates.

  • Focus on topics like errors, misspelt words, one word substitution, reading comprehension and close test as these are the sections from which maximum questions are asked.

  • Practice synonyms and antonyms as well but try to spend minimum time on them as there will be a few questions asked from this topic.

  • Candidates have a misconception that this is a difficult and less scoring section. But this is actually a very interesting and scoring section.

  • A candidate can easily score well in this part by mere focusing on five to six sections.

  • Important topics: Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Spellings/ Detecting, Misspelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One word substitution, Cloze Passage, Comprehension Passage, Active Passive Voice.


 

Quantitative Aptitude:

  • This is the trickiest yet on of the scoring sections of the paper.

  • Go through all the important topics of this section and practice questions from some standard papers and previous year papers as well.

  • Candidates are requested to save some times from Reasoning and English sections and devote the extra section here so that you will have more time to solve the questions from this section.

  • Candidates are advised to not solve time taking questions. Please attempt the questions which you are sure and do not stick to the questions which you are not sure about as this habit will waste your time.

  • Important topics: Decimal and Fractions, Relationship between numbers, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Time and distance, Time and work, Use of Tables and Graphs: Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart, Trigonometry, Geometry.


 

General Awareness:

  • This is a region of utmost uncertainty regarding expected questions as the syllabus is extremely vast.

  • Go through newspapers and recent articles on a daily basis which will help you stay updated with all the latest events and happenings.

  • Candidates are advised to attempt only those questions they are sure about. Do not attempt questions which you are not sure about as negative marks will have an adverse effect on your score.


 

Given below are some quick preparation tips for the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination:

  • Prepare a section wise study plan and follow it. Take one topic at one time & practice more questions on that topic to make it your strength in exam.

  • Revise questions from the important topics asked from each section. While revision, play pay extra attention to the topics you are weak at.

  • Make strategy according to your preparation in the examination hall. Manage time wisely and ace the examination

  • Before filling your options on OMR sheets, take a final look on questions & recheck your answers periodically.


 

We hope that this article helps you to hit the highest scores in the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination. Stay tuned for more updates. Best of luck!

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SSC CGL Admit card and Exam centre notification

Adding to the multiple series of valuable informational announcements coming out for the candidates appearing in SSC this year, here is another informational release.

Latest Announcement for 2016 SSC aspirants

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced another important notification relating to the SSC 2016 admit card and examination centre notification. SSC has released a recent list of some of the SSC 2016 examination centre(s) for the conduction of the CGL exam this year. Along with this there has been an add-on to the information by the announcement of the SSC 2016 important dates for the SSC CGL 2016 admit cards download by the commission. Have a review on this useful and highly informative announcement to get the intrinsic details on receiving the SSC 2016 admit card. This will definitely be of great help to all such candidate who haven’t yet received their SSC 2016 admit cards.

The centre(s) that have been listed by SSC are for those candidates who are appearing from the western region of the country. The SSC (WR) is going to conduct the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier – I exam online from 27.08.2016 to 10.09.2016 on the following locations mentioned below:

SSC CGL Tier-1 Examination Centres for Maharashtra:

  • Mumbai

  • Thane

  • Pune

  • Nashik

  • Kolhapur

  • Aurangabad

  • Ahmednagar

  • Nagpur

  • Amravati

SSC CGL Tier-1 Examination Centres for Gujarat:

  • Ahmedabad

  • Vododara

  • Surat

SSC CGL Tier-1 Examination Centres for Goa:

  • Panaji (Madgaon)

Announced Date for Receiving The SSC CGL Admit Card:

As per the SSC’s notification, all candidates should are expected to ideally receive their SSC 2016 admit cards latest by 15th August, 2016. In case of non-receipt of the same by 15th August, the candidates are supposed to approach the commission i.e. SSC (WR), Mumbai latest by 20th August, 2016. Candidates can also write in and reach the commission via emails to - examsscwr@gmail.com, rdsscwr@gmail.com.

Official SSC CGL Admit Card and Centres Notification:

The broader information on the official SSC CGL 2016 admit card and SSC CGL 2016 centre notification can be however received by visiting the official website of the commission. Go through the listing to be updated on all information relating to the exams to avoid all those last minute hassles. Be ready in advance and get a grab on the exam with the right information at right time.

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SSC Constable GD 2016: Latest notification and Online Application

“Do not allow anything to be an obstacle, see everything as a stepping stone to victory”. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts exams for the post of constable (General duty). It has now become one of the most prominent examinations of SSC which releases about of hundreds of opportunities for employment in public sector. So, gear up and try your level best to get ultimate success in the examination.

SSC GD Constable 2016: Important highlights:

Name of the organization

Staff Selection Commission

Name of the vacancy

General duty constable (GD)

Available posts

Not announced (officially)

Mode of Application

Offline as well as Online

GD Constable Post 2016: Location

Across all over the country

Departments names

BSF, CRPF, ITBP, CISF, NIA and SSF and Rifleman

Job Category

Public sector job

Posts (For male candidates)

Not declared

Posts (For female candidates)

Not declared

Post article category

SSC GD recruitment 2016

Status of application

Online forms available

Last date of application

Will be updated soon

SSC GD Constable 2016: Criteria for eligibility:

  • The candidates must have completed their matriculation (i.e. must have passed 10th class)
  • The minimum age should be 18 years and the maximum age should be not more than 23 years.

SSC GD Constable 2016: Important dates:

Significance

Dates

Staff Selection Commission General Duty Constable Recruitment Notification Date

May - June 2016

Opening Date to apply this Post

May - June 2016

Last Date to apply this Post

June - July 2016

Staff Selection Commission General Duty Exam Date

October 2016

SSC GD Constable 2016: Instructions for online application:

  • Visit the official page of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) i.e. http://ssconline.nic.in/
  • You can find an advertisement saying “General Duty Constable Advt.”. Download the pdf and read all the instructions carefully
  • After this, click on the button “Apply online” and on the online application form.
  • Fill in all the details carefully
  • Do attach valid requisites like photo copy, all the valid documents asked for and put your signature.
  • Make the payment of application fee through banking system
  • Click on the button which displays “Submit”
  • Take a print out of the application form which you can store with you for future reference

SSC GD Constable 2016: Syllabus:

With the SSC GD Constable 2016 examination approaching, you need to prepare the ground to hit a home run. The SSC GD Constable 2016 syllabus consists of the following:

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

  • Visual Memory
  • Observation
  • Analogies
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Spatial Visualization
  • Relationship Concepts
  • Arithmetic Number Series
  • Non Verbal Series
  • Visual Memory
  • Arithmetical Reasoning and figural Classification
  • Coding and Decoding etc.

General Knowledge and General Awareness:

In this section, questions are asked from current affairs and significant events which will prove as a tool to check the candidate’s level of awareness about the current happenings.

There are possibilities of questions from subjects like History, Sports, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Polity, Indian Constitution and Scientific Research etc.

Elementary Mathematics:

  • Whole Numbers
  • Decimals and Fractions and Relationship between Numbers
  • Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Averages
  • Interest and Profit
  • Mensuration
  • Time and Distance.

English/Hindi: The candidates should have basic knowledge of English and Hindi in order to attempt this section.

SSC GD Constable 2016: Pattern of the examination:

  • The entire test will have objective questions (multiple choice based questions)
  • The candidates need to make a choice out of the four options given
  • There will be all total of 100 questions carrying 1 mark each
  • The total time allocation will be of 2 hours (120 minutes) to solve the paper
  • The questions asked will be of matriculation level for the convenience of the candidates

SSC GD Constable 2016: Mode of selection:

The mode of selection for SSC GD Constable will consist of three phases. Those phases will be:

  • Written test
  • Physical test
  • Medical test
  • PET and PST exam

We hope that this article will help you to get almost all the relevant information about SSC GD Constable 2016 examination. Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you loads of good luck!

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and Engineering Support Services Recruitment in Air India Limited | Apply Now

Air India Recruitment 2016 invites applications for the post of Graduate Engineer Trainee . Online registration of application starts from 8th august 2016. Eligible candidates can apply before 06th September 2016. There are total 363 job openings.

Name of the Company: Air India Limited

Name of the Post: Graduate Engineer Trainee

Total No. of Posts: 363

Mode of Registration of Application: Online

Vacancy Details:

Sr. No.

 Designation

 Total No. of Vacancies

1.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

261

2.

Engineering Support Services

102

Total

363

Eligibility Criteria and Application Fees:

1.

Minimum Educational Qualification:

BE/B Tech in Mechanical / aeronautical/ electrical / electronic / telecommunication / instrumentation / electronics & communication or its equivalent

2.

Age Limit:

Below 28 years

3.

Application Fees:

For Gen/OBC-Rs.2000/- and For others-free

Mode of Selection:

WAT(Written Ability Test) + PI(Personal Interview)

Events and Timelines:

Sr. No.

                 Events

Timelines

1.

Opening Date of Online Registration of Application

8th august 2016

2.

Closing Date of Online Registration of Application

6th September 2016

3.

Examination Date

Shall be intimated shortly

How to Apply: Click Here

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Air India Recruitment 2016: 961 Job Openings | Apply online before 30th September 2016

Air India Recruitment 2016 invites applications for the post of Aircraft Technician. Online registration of application starts from 20th august 2016. Eligible candidates can apply before 30th September 2016. There are total 961 job openings.

Name of the Company: Air India Limited

Name of the Post: Aircraft Technician

Total No. of Posts: 961

Mode of Registration of Application: Online

Vacancy Details:

Sr. No.

 Category

 Total No. of Vacancies

1.

SC

173

2.

ST

71

3.

OBC

258

4.

General

489

Eligibility Criteria and Application Fees:

1.

Minimum Educational Qualification:

AME(Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) with 60% marks

2.

Age Limit:

Below 28 years

3.

Application Fees:

For Gen/OBC-Rs.1000/- and For others-free

Mode of Selection:

WAT(Written Ability Test) + PI(Personal Interview)

Events and Timelines:

Sr. No.

                 Events

Timelines

1.

Opening Date of Online Registration of Application

20th august 2016

2.

Closing Date of Online Registration of Application

30th September 2016

3.

Examination Date

Shall be intimated shortly

How to Apply: Click Here

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Latest SSC CGL Multiple Applications Notice

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recently published a valid notification for all those candidates who have applied for the CGL exams with more than one application. This SSC CGL Multiple Applications Notice mentions some of the most vital points for the candidates to adhere. A thorough reading of these guidelines is mandatory to avoid SSC CGL 2016 pre-exams rejections of the applications. This will definitely help you make sure you get the needful done and adhere to the instructions as per the notification.

If you are a candidate who have applied for SSC CGL 2016 Exam you must check this notification.

SSC CGL 2016 – Chance to Get Your SSC CGL 2016 Application Rejected.

There is a chance for your SSC CGL 2016 Application Rejection. This will lead to SSC CGL 2016 Pre- exam rejection by which you will not be able to appear for SSC CGL 2016 Exam. Your SSC CGL 2016 Application Rejection can happen if you have submitted – “Multiple Applications for SSC CGL 2016” . Risk is high, time is less so to avoid debar for a period of three years check these.

Mentioned below are the points that need to be given a careful concern:-

SSC CGL Notice for Multiple Applications Point 1:

The Admit cards for SSC CGL Tier-I examination will be uploaded on 10th August, 2016 on the SSC’s official websites. In case of issue of more than one shift of examination imparted by SSC, he/she must immediately bring this immediately to the notice of the concerned Regional Director. Also it’s the prime responsibility of the candidate to ensure him/her appearance only for one shift of the examination.

SSC CGL Notice for Multiple Applications Point 2:

For the Tier-I exam, every candidate will be allowed to appear only in one shift and at one centre. In contrast, if the candidate appears for more than 1 shift, his/her candidature remains automatically cancelled. In addition the candidate will be debarred for a period of three years from appearing in the examination.

SSC CGL Notice for Multiple Applications Notice Point 3:

Moreover, in case of multiple applications filled the candidates are supposed to contact the concerned Regional Director/Dy. Director as soon as possible or latest by 5th August, 2016 with full details as mentioned in the form, such as:

(1) Both the Registration Numbers

(2) Applicant’s Name

(3) Applicant’s Father’s Name

(4)Applicant’s Mother’s Name

(5) Applicant’s Date of birth

(6) Applicant’s Permanent address (Mention both in case separate address was mentioned in both applications)

For the further information or clarification respective to the multiple applications the details can be found on: Official SSC CGL Multiple Applications Notice page. The candidates must make sure to read the official SSC CGL Notification carefully and adhere to the same.


 

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SSC CGL Exam 2016 Admit Cards Out on Regional Websites | Download Now

Staff Selection Commission(SSC) Combined Graduate Level(CGL) Exam 2016 Tier-1 exam is held from 27th august to 12th september 2016. Admit Card of CGL 2016 has been released. Candidates need to download their Admission Certificate/Admit Card from his/her regional website of SSC. Following are the list of all SSC region and their official website:

         SSC All Regions & their Link to Download Admit Card
Sr.No. Region Name Link
1 (Eastern Region)(West Bengal, Orissa, Sikkim, Andaman, Nicobar Islands & Jharkhand )  www.sscer.org
2 (Kerala-Karnataka Region) (Karnataka, Kerala & Lakshadweep) www.ssckkr.kar.nic.in
3 (Southern Region) (Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu & Pondicherry) www.sscsr.gov.in
4 (North-Eastern Region) (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya,  Mizoram, Nagaland & Tripura) www.sscner.org.in
5 (Western Region) (Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa,  Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu) www.sscwr.net
6 (Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region) (Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh) www.sscmpr.org
7 (Central Region) (UP & Bihar ) www.ssc-cr.org
8 (North-Western Sub-Region) (J & K, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana,  Punjab & Chandigarh) www.sscnwr.org
9 (Northern Region) (Delhi, Rajasthan & Uttarakhand) www.sscnr.net.in


 

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OFFICIAL ONLINE SSC CGL EXAM MOCK TEST LINK

Here is some informational subset for all those hardworking candidates who are willing to appear in the SSC 2016 (Staff Selection Commission) exams this year. To add on to the right preparation standards, an officially released link to a sample SSC CGL test on its website is now available. This is surely a valuable add-on to the ongoing preparations. The link will definitely help to understand and be ready for the SSC CGL exam paper this year. Also these samples can help the prospective candidates plan their examination strategy in advance. The students may now attempt the Online SSC CGL Practice Mock Test as per their preferences. Click on the below mentioned link and follow the steps as mentioned below for the access to the official online SSC CGL Mock Test sample.

Steps to Take the Official Online SSC CGL Mock Test

  1. Firstly click on the link:- http://www.thepracticetest.in/SSC/
  2. In the next step click on “Start the Exam” option available in the mid of the page. (Watch below for preview)

  1. Next as an authentication step to the “Candidate Login” page, you need to enter your “Roll Number” and the “Date of Birth” as you had entered while filling your official SSC CGL application form.

  1. Click on the “Submit” button now.
  2. Once you reach to the “Candidate Details” screen, re-check your details and press the “Confirm” button for further processing.

  1. In the next step the “Candidate Instructions” page appears as shown below. Kindly go through the mentioned instructions carefully before taking the test.

  1. Once you complete your instructions reading part press on the “I have read the instructions” button. The sample subject screen with the listed questions will appear. This is the time and now you may start with your official online SSC CGL Mock Test paper.


Click here to watch the official video of SSC CGLE : http://thepracticetest.in/SSC/SSC_Video_English_16_8_2016.mp4

The link to the online practice test for SSC CGL is now available. Go through the link and give your preparations the finishing touch with them. Familiarize yourself with both -the pattern and the process for the SSC CGL 2016 online examination.

Wish to take another free SSC CGL Mock Test? Click on the link and start....

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Himachal Pradesh High Court Recruitment 2016: 103 job Opening, Apply before 21st August 2016

Himachal Pradesh High Court invites applications for the Post of Clerk and Junior Office Assistant. Eligible candidates can apply before 21st August 2016.

Name of the Post: Clerk and Junior Office Assistant

Total Number of Posts: 103

Vacancy Details:

Sr. NO.

      Name of the Designation

 Total No. of Vacancies

1.

Clerk (Class-III)

72

2.

Clerks / Proof Readers (Class-III)

17

3.

Junior Office Assistant

14

Minimum Educational Qualification:

 Name of the Designation

 Minimum Educational Qualification

Clerk (Class-III)

Possessing Graduation degree and having basic knowledge in computers and candidates shall have to qualify Typing test with speed of 30 W.P.M in English on computers.

Clerks / Proof Readers (Class-III)

Possessing Graduation.

Junior Office Assistant

B. Tech in Computers or I.T. or Electronics & Communication Engineering / MCA/B.Sc. (IT) / PGDCA or equivalent. OR 10+2 or equivalent qualification plus BCA.

Age Limit: 18 to 45 years

Mode of Selection:

WAT(Written Ability Test)+Interview

Salary:

Name of the Designation

 Salary

Clerk (Class-III)

Rs. 5910-20200 + Grade pay Rs. 1900/-

Clerks/Proof Readers (Class-III)

Rs. 5910- 20200 + Rs. 1900/- Grade Pay + Rs. 400/- Sectt. Pay

Junior Office Assistant

Rs. 5910-20200 + Grade pay Rs. 1950/-

Dates to Remember:

         Activities

Tentative Timelines

Closing Date of Online Registration of Application

21-08- 2016

Screening Test

04-09-2016

Written Ability Test(WAT)

18-09 2016

GD & PI

03-10-2016

Application Fees:

Rs.300/-(For General/OBC) , Rs.100/- ( For SC/ST/PWD)

How to Apply: Click Here

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