SSC (Staff Selection Commission) has released examination dates for all SSC exams to be conducted in 2019. The Preliminary Exam of SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL 2018-19 is scheduled from 4 June to 19 June 2019. The Combined Graduate Level Tier-II Examination is scheduled from 11 September to 13 September 2019. SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL 2018 Tier-III Exam will be conducted on 29 December 2019.
Applicants who ready by following the latest SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL Syllabus were able to scale this exam. Good knowledge of SSC CGL Syllabus for Tier-I, Tier-II & III Exam is compulsory to arrange effectively for this examination. Let’s perceive the SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL 2018-19 Tier I, II, III & IV Syllabus based on the latest pattern
The SSC CGL Syllabus 2019 is mentioned below. Candidates should inspect the modification in syllabus and examination pattern and prepare consequently for SSC CGL 2019 examinations.
SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL Tier-I Exam Pattern:
Tier-I examination of SSC CGL 2019 is an online mode of examination having Four sections in total. The Full marks assigned for all the sections is 200 and the total time assigned for the completion of all the sections of Tier-I exam is 60 minutes. An additive time of 80 minutes is assigned to physically unfit students. 0.5 marks are subtracted from each question that’s tried wrong by an applicant in SSC CGL 2019 exams.
|Serial No.||No. of Sections||Total No. of Questions||Total Marks||Time Allotted/Duration|
|I||Reasoning & General Intelligence||25||50||A additive time of 60 minutes|
SSC CGL Tier I Syllabus 2019:
SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL Tier I Syllabus 2019 is given below:
|Tricks of Reasoning & General Intelligence||General Knowledge||Quantitative Aptitude||English Comprehension|
|Classification||General Knowledge||Simplification||Reading Comprehension|
|Analogy||Science||Interest||Fill in the Blanks|
|Paper Folding Method||Sports||Percentage||Phrases and Idioms|
|Matrix method||Books and Authors||Ratio and Proportion||One word Substitution|
|Word Formation||Significant Schemes||Problem on Ages||Sentence Correction|
|Diagram of Venn||Portfolios||Speed, Distance and Time||Error Spotting|
|Direction and Distance||People in News||Number System|
|Verbal reasoning||Time and Work|
SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL 2019 Tier-II Exam Pattern:
Tier-II examination has a total mark of 200. A total of 100 questions are asked in every section with 200 questions asked in the English Language Section. A time limit of two hours is provided to the applicant to complete every section of SSC CGL 2018-19 Tier-II Examination. The additive time to complete Tier-II examination is accrued to two hours 40 minutes in case of physically handicapped (unfit) students. 0.25 marks are subtracted as a penalty for making an attempt a question wrong.
|Serial No.||Sections||Total No. of Questions||Total Marks||Time Allotted/Duration|
|I||Quantitative Ability||100||200||2 hours/120 minutes|
|II||Comprehension & English Language||200||200||2 hours/120 minutes|
|III||Statistics||100||200||2 hours/120 minutes|
|IV||General Studies (Finance and Economics)||100||200||2 hours/120 minutes|
SSC CGL Tier II Syllabus 2019:
SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL Tier II 2019 Syllabus is given below:
|Quantitative Aptitude||English Language||Statistics||General Awareness|
|Simplification method||Comprehension Reading||Collection and Representation of Data||Finance and Accounting|
|Interest||Spelling||Measure of Dispersion||Fundamental Principles|
|Average method||Fill in the Blanks||Measure of Central Tendency||Financial Accounting|
|Percentage method||Phrases and Idioms||Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis||Basic Concepts of Accounting|
|Ratio and Proportion||One Word Substitution||Correlation and Regression||Self-Balancing Ledger|
|Distance, Speed & Time||Correction of Sentence||Random Variables||Error Spotting and Correction|
|Number System||Error Spotting||Random Variables|
|Mensuration||Cloze Test||Sampling Theory||Economics and Governance|
|Data Interpretation||Para Jumbles||Analysis and Variance||Comptroller and Auditor General of India|
|Work & Time||Synonyms-Antonyms||Time Series Analysis||Finance Commission|
|Algebra Method||Active-Passive Voice||Index Number||Theory of Demand and Supply|
SSC (Staff Selection Commission) CGL Tier III Syllabus 2019:
Tier-III of SSC CGL 2019 examination is a descriptive examination to check the written skills of the applicants in Hindi/ English. The mode of examination is offline and students are needed to put in writing essays, précis, application, letter, etc. in this exam. The examination carries 100 marks and the time assigned for the same is 60 minutes. The time assigned for applicants belonging to PWD category is raised to 80 minutes. Tier-III paper is given by specific applicants who are interested only for the post of Statistical Investigator Grade-II and Compiler.
SSC CGL Tier IV Syllabus 2019:
Tier-IV examination contains of few talent sets needed certainly Government Posts everywhere the country.
- DEST (Data Entry Speed Test): For the post of Tax Assistant (Central Excise and Income Tax), DEST Examination through SSC CGL 2019 examination is conducted to check the typing speed of the applicant. The applicants are given an article in English which they have to type on Computer. An applicant is needed to type 2000 words in 15 minutes.
- CPT (Computer Proficiency Test): Word Processing, Spread Sheets and Generation of slides are the 3 modules that are significant for this examination and the commission demands an applicant to be talented in it for the post of CSS, MEA, Inspector (Preventive Officer), Inspector (Central Excise) and Inspector (Examiner).
Tier-I and Tier-II exam are mandatory for all posts mentioned in the SSC (Staff Selection Commission)CGL 2019 Notification of while Tier-III is specifically for applicants applying for the post of Statistical Investigator Grade-II and Compiler. Similarly, Tier-IV examination is taken by applicants applying specifically for TA, CSS, MEA, and Inspector.
Penalty for wrong answers: If you are giving a wrong answer to a question will lead to deduction of 0.5 marks in Tier – I, III and IV while that of 0.25 marks in Tier-II.