SSC CGL Selection Procedure 2020 Eligibility Criteria Age Limit: How to apply for SSC CGL 2020 and what is the selection process to join ssc through ssc cgl, SSC CGL Selection Procedure 2020 Eligibility Criteria Age Limit, SSC CGL 2020 Selection Procedure and Syllabus: Wait is over for SSC CGL aspirants as notifications regarding examinations has been announced. We hope that most of you have filled the forms in time. So, now when the announcement has been made, there must be doubts in the minds of candidates regarding selection procedure and what all syllabus will be covered by SSC for the examination.
We know that the exam for SSC is conducted at all India level, so we can understand the level of competition. We are expecting that minimum of 20 lakh candidates (expected, the no. can rise) will appear for the exam, so competition is going to be a bit challenging. But we do not have to get hyper or frightened of this examination. You all must be filling forms, now focus on the syllabus and selection procedure.
It is very important to focus on these two things for the revision, we cannot revise whole lot of everything, what we have to do is focus on what exactly is going to be the syllabus, what all sort of things will be covered and prepare them. We do not have to rush for everything, but just for quality preparations that could help us scoring good marks so that we can be selected for next tier.
Eligibility Criteria to Apply for SSC CGL Examination
There are some standards set by every department for the selection of most suitable candidates for the posts. Those who fulfill all the criteria can apply for this examination.
|Posts that require age limit of 18 to 27 years||Must have born between 02.08.1991 and 01.08.2000|
|Posts that require age limit of 20 to 27 years||Must have born between 02.08.1991 and 01.08.1998|
|Posts that require age limit of 20 to 30 years||Must have born between 02.08.1988 and 01.08.1998|
|Posts that require age limit upto 30 years||Must have born between 02.08.1988 and 01.08.2000|
|Posts that require age limit upto 32 years||Must have born between 02.08.1986 and 01.08.2000|
Candidate applying for any of the post must have these educational qualifications.
|Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer||Candidate applying for this post must have a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised university, along with
|Junior Statistics Officer||Bachelor’s Degree in any subject from a recognised university with scoring at least 60% marks in Mathematics in 12th standard.
Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised university in any subject along with statistics as one of the subjects during graduation.
|All Other Posts||Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent to that.|
A candidate applying must be
- A citizen of India, or
- A subject of Nepal, or
- A subject of Bhutan, or
- A Tibetan refugee came over to India before 01 January 1962 with the intention of permanent settling in India, or
- A person of Indian Origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda, The United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, Vietnam with the intention of permanent settling in India.
SSC CGL Selection Procedure
You must be knowing that exam will be conducted in four tiers i.e., Tier-I, Tier-II, Tier-III, Tier-IV. Each and every part is equally important to pass with good numbers.
The examination will be conducted for all the four Tiers as follows:
Tier I: Computer Based Examination
Tier II: Computer Based Examination
Tier III: Pen and Paper Mode (Descriptive)
Tier IV: Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill Test/ Document Verification
Only Commission Reserves the rights to amend changes in the scheme of examination.
Important points to know for all these Tiers:
- In Tier-I there will be negative marking of 0.50 marks for every wrong attempt.
- In Tier-II, there will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong attempt in Paper-II (English Language and Comprehension), and of 0.50 marks for every wrong attempt in Paper I (Quantitative Abilities), Paper III (Statistics), Paper IV (General Studies).
- In Tier-II, Paper I and II are compulsory for all the posts.
- In Tier-II, Paper III will be conducted for the candidates who are applying for Junior Statistical Officer and shortlisted in Tier-I for the post.
- In Tier-II, Paper IV will be for the candidates shortlisted in Tier-I for Paper-IV for the post of Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer.
- In Tier-IV, Computer Proficiency Test, Skill Test, Document Verification will be done as per the notice.
We hope that the information we provided was helpful to you. If you face any issue or are unable to understand anything, you may drop down a comment below. We will try to solve it in the best way possible. Thanks for paying attention and good luck.