Staff Selection Commission Exam Pattern 2014 for Combined Graduate Level Exam (Prelims & Mains)
The Staff Selection Commission conducts the Combined Graduate Level Exam for selecting candidates in several technical and non-technical posts of Group B & C respectively. The candidates who are preparing for the concerned exam scheduled to be held in March/April 2014 for all the applicants can see their exam pattern from below. Also find the syllabus of the Staff Selection Commission CGL 2014 Exam. The exam is conducted basically under two levels which includes the Prelims and Mains Exams respectively.
Combined Graduate Level Exam Paper Pattern:
The Combined Graduate Level Exam is conducted through two stages i.e. prelims and mains exam.
Paper Scheme of the SSC CGL Prelims Exam:
There will be two parts in the question paper containing questions on the following topics:
Part A: General Intelligence & General Awareness -100 Questions (100 Marks)
Part B: Arithmetic -100 Questions (100 Marks)
Duration of Exam: 4 Hours (2 Hours each)
Syllabus of Part A:
Verbal and Non-Verbal questions on Analogies, similarities and differences, spatial visualization, problem solving, analysis, decision making and judgment, discrimination and observation etc
General Awareness :
History, Culture, Economic Scenario, Geography, General Research and Polity
Number System, Decimal & Fractions, Whole Numbers, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, Averages, Simple Interest, Profit & Loss, Mensuration, Tables & Graphs, Time and Distance respectively.
Paper Pattern for Combined Graduate Level Main Exam 2014:
The SSC CGL Main exam 2014 is conducted for the selection of the candidates in the post of Assistant Grade/ Inspectors of Central Excise/ Income Tax /Central Bureau of Investigation etc. The exam is conducted through written exam and interview respectively for the posts as specified for this purpose.
Scheme of Exam:
There are basically six papers under the SSC CGL Main Written exam. These include question on the following main topics:
Paper I: General Studies (200 Marks); Duration: 3 Hours
Paper II: English (100 Marks); Duration: 2 Hours
Paper III: Arithmetic (200 Marks); Duration: 3 Hours
Paper IV: Language Comprehension (English) (100 Marks); Duration: 2 Hours
Paper V: Communication Skill & Writing Ability (200 Marks); Duration: 2 Hours
Paper VI: Hindi (only for Delhi Police) (100 Marks); Duration: 2 Hours
Time of Examination: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm or 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
Scheme of Interview/ Personality Test:
Paper I Pattern:
Part A- General English (50 Marks); 2 Hours
Part B- General Studies (50 Marks); 2 Hours
Paper II Pattern:
Arithmetic (100 Marks); 2 Hours
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