SSC CGL tier-1 exams results released
Known amongst the masses as the SSC, Staff Selection Commission is an organization that gives job opportunities to people for a lot of posts in the different ministries and departments, pertaining to the Government of India, and in their subordinate offices. SSC has declared the results of the Combined Graduate Level or CGL examination, Tier-1, re-examination 2013. There were a total of 482501 candidates who were a part of this exam, and the marks of all the entrants, irrespective of if they are qualified or not are being released by the authorities. The examination was held on 27th of April, 27th of July and 16th of August, 2014 across the nation.
The written examination for the Tier-1 candidates consisted of objective type of questions with multiple-choice, for a total of 200 marks. There was a negative marking of 0.25 marks also applicable. The total duration of the exam was for 2 hours and was divided into four sections. The first section was general intelligence and reasoning, the second being general awareness, the third one comprised of questions from quantitative aptitude, while the last section was English comprehension. All the four sections were valued at 50 marks each.
The general intelligence and reasoning would be tested on various topics like figural classification, number series, problem solving, word building, symbolic operations, venn diagrams, coding and de-coding, date and city matching, address matching, and various other subjects. In the general awareness section, the student would be tested on the general awareness of the environment around them. Questions would include current issues, and everyday observations. The test would also combine questions on history, geography, culture, scientific research, politics and the like. The quantitative aptitude would test the student on their ability to solve mathematical expressions, and check their skill to use numbers in a proper way. In the last section, the candidate would be tested on their basic writing ability, skill to understand proper English, and the like.
The CGL exam, conducted by the SSC is for the recruitment of staff to many government service posts. The only criterion for the same is to have a completed graduation from a university that is recognized. The recruitment drive is conducted in three rounds, the Tier 1 written exams, which are followed by the Tier 2 written exams. After the candidates clear these two then they would appear for the computer proficiency test, interview and skill test, respectively, whichever is applicable for the post the entrant applied for.Candidates can leave their comments for the regarding post. If there is any query regarding this post, you can share with us. We will try to solve your query.