SSC CGL Exam Pattern
The Staff Selection Commission conducts the CGL Exam in 4 different stages called Tiers. The last Tier Exam is only for certain posts and for candidates who have qualified for certain papers.
The SSC CGL Exam pattern is as follows:
|Tier||SSC CGL Exam Pattern|
|Tier 1||Online Multiple choice questions|
|Tier 2||Online Multiple choice-based|
|Tier 3||Offline Subjective|
|Tier 4||Skill Test|
SSC CHSL Exam Pattern.
The SSC CHSL Exam is conducted in three stages or tiers. The following is the basic outline of the SSC CHSL Exam Pattern:
SSC CHSL Exam Pattern
|Tier II||Descriptive Paper|
|Tier III||Skill Test|
|Particulars||SSC MTS Paper I Exam Pattern||SSC MTS Paper-II Exam Pattern|
|Mode of the Examination||Online Exam (computer-based)||Offline exam (pen-and-paper)|
|Type of exam||Objective (MCQ) questions||Subjective (Descriptive) Question|
|Number of sections||Four||One|
|Subjects||General Intelligence & Reasoning, General English, Numerical Aptitude and General Awareness||Short essay/letter|
|Duration of Exam|
All candidates – 90 minutes
PwD candidates – 120 minutes
All Candidates -30 minutes
PwD candidates – 40 minutes
|Number of questions||100||1|
|Language of paper||English and Hindi||English, Hindi and other regional languages|
SSC MTS Exam Pattern
SSC CPO Exam Pattern
The SSC CPO Exam Pattern has 4 stages-
All these above stages/sections are mandatory.
The exam pattern for SSC CPO Paper I is as follows:
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||50||02 hrs|
|General Knowledge & Awareness||50|
The SSC CPO Exam Pattern for Paper II is as follows:
|English Language & Comprehension||200||02 hrs|
SSC JE Exam Pattern
The exam pattern of SSC Junior Engineer is divided into two papers i.e. SSC JE Paper-I (Computer-based Test) and SSC JE Paper-II (Written Test). The duration of each paper is 2 hours. Given below are the details of these Papers:
|SSC JE Papers||Exam Mode||Subject||No. of Questions||Total Marks||Duration|
|Paper-I: Objective Type||Computer-based Test|
(i) General Intelligence and Reasoning
(ii) General Awareness
(iii) Part-A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)
or Part-B General Engineering (Electrical)
or Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical)
|Paper-II: Descriptive Type||Written Test|
Part-A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)
or Part- B General Engineering (Electrical)
or Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical)
SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern
The exam pattern of SSC Stenographer exam is decided by the commission itself. The SSC Stenographer selection process is divided into two stages.
The exam pattern for SSC Stenographer CBT test is as given below:
|Part||Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|I||General Intelligence & Reasoning||50||50|
|III||English Language and Comprehension||100||100|
SSC CGL Exam Eligibility
SSC CHSL Eligibility
Those candidates writing the SSC CHSL Exam this year must thoroughly understand the eligibility criteria. The SSC CHSL Eligibility criteria are as follows:
SSC MTS Eligibility
The SSC MTS eligibility criteria are the conditions determined by the SSC; which the candidates are required to fulfill mandatorily to be eligible for the SSC Multi-Tasking Staff examination.
Candidates willing to appear for SSC MTS examination 2021 must meet the following eligibility requirements:
SSC MTS eligibility in terms of Nationality
A candidate must be a citizen of India, either/or a subject of Nepal/Bhutan, Tibetan refugee settled in India before January 1, 1962, or any person of Indian origin.
Candidates are required to present the Certificate of Eligibility issued by the Indian Government (if he/she belongs to a country other than India i.e. Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Pakistan, Burma, etc.)
SSC MTS Eligibility in terms of Educational Qualification
Candidates willing to appear for SSC MTS 2020 examination must possess a pass certificate of matriculation or an equivalent examination from a government-recognized board as on August 1, 2020.
In case any candidate does not possess the qualifying examination before the closing date of the application form receipt, that candidate is not permitted to apply.
SSC MTS Age Limit & Relaxation
Candidates who wish to appear for SSC MTS 2020 exam must be not less than 18 years of age and not more than 25 years of age as on August 1, 2020. i.e.
However, for candidates belonging to reserved categories such as PwD, SC/ST and OBC categories, there is an upper age limit relaxation being given by the commission.
SSC CPO Eligibility
|Category||SSC CPO Eligibility|
Must be a citizen of India, Nepal or Bhutan.
Migrated candidates should have necessary citizenship documents from Govt. of India.
Minimum – 20 years
Maximum 25 years
|Qualification||Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University/Institute|
1. Educational Qualifications: Candidates must hold the essential educational qualification as on 1st August 2022 i.e, Matriculation or 10th class pass from a recognized Board/ University before applying for the GD post.
2. Nationality: The candidate must be an Indian citizen. For migrated candidates, they must submit domicile/ PRC against his/ her state/ UT.
3. Age Limit: The candidates for SSC GD exam 2022 should fulfil the age requirement of 18-23 years as on 1st August 2022, which implies that they should not have been born earlier than 2nd August 1998 and later than 1st August 2003.
4. Age Relaxation: There is an age relaxation in the upper age limit for SC, ST, OBC, Ex-Servicemen and other categories of persons based on the Government’s orders.
SSC JE Eligibility Criteria
|SSC JE Posts||SSC JE Age Limit|
|Junior Engineer (Civil and Electrical), Department of Posts and Junior Engineer (Surveying & Contracts) and MES||18-27 Years|
|Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical), MES, NTRO, Naval, Border Road Organization||30 Years|
|Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical) and CPWD||32 Years|
1. Educational Qualifications: Eligible candidates must hold the essential educational qualification for the posts relevant to their degree. They should have passed the Matriculation examination or any equivalent degree from a recognised Board.
2. Nationality: Candidates who are the citizens of the below-mentioned countries are also eligible to take the exam, as per the SSC Junior Engineer 2022 Notification:
SSC Stenographer Eligibility
The Staff selection commissions decide the minimum requirements or the Stenographer eligibility criteria that the candidates have to fulfil if they wish to appear for the exam.
The SSC Stenographer Eligibility criteria are as follows:
SSC CGL [ TIER -1]
|English Comprehension skills||General Intelligence & Reasoning||General Awareness||Quantitative Aptitude|
Synonyms & Antonyms,
One Word Substitution, Vocab and grammar skills, Spotting the errors, Reading comprehension,
Symbolic/Number Analogy, Semantic Classification,
History- Harappa Civilization, Vedic culture, Medieval India and their important systems; India’s freedom movement and their leaders,
Geography- about countries and their geographical details, Famous seaports and airports and their location.
General Knowledge, current affairs
Number System Problems
Ratio & Proportion,
Heights and Distances,
SSC CGL [ TIER -2]
English Language & Comprehension
General Studies- Finance & Economics-
Number System Problems
Time and distance,
Time & Work,
Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra
Active and Passive Voice
Direct and indirect Speech conversion and narration,
Shuffling of sentence parts in passages,
Data distribution, calculation, a diagrammatic representation of data, Moments and relationships- skewness, kurtosis
Economics-Macro & Micro Economics, Growth & Development
Market analysis- production, demand, supply,
Money and banking,
Role of Technology in reforming the Economic domain
SSC CHSL [ TIER -1]
Computation of Whole Number, Decimal and Fractions, Relationship between numbers.
Profit & Loss
Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & Indices
Permutation, Combination & Probability
SSC CHSL [ TIER -2]
General Intelligence & Reasoning
Analysis and judgment
Part-A (Civil Engineering & Structural Engineering)
Costing and Valuation
Part-B (Electrical Engineering)
Measurement and Measuring instruments
Part-C (Mechanical Engineering)
Theory of Machines and Machine Design
1st Law of Thermodynamics
2nd Law of Thermodynamics
IC Engine Performance
Air standard Cycles for IC Engines
IC Engines Combustion
IC Engine Cooling & Lubrication
Rankine cycle of System
SSC MTS Syllabus
Below is the detailed topic-wise SSC MTS Syllabus for the Computer Based Examination.
Synonyms and Antonyms
English writing ability
Similarities & Differences
Ratio and Proportion
Profit and Loss
Time and Distance
Time and Work
Simple & Compound Interest
Arithmetical Number Series
Decimals and Fractions
Relationship between Numbers
Fundamental Use Of Tables and Graphs
Booker and National Awards
Awards and Honors
Inventions & Discoveries
Financial and Economic News