SSC (Staff selection commission) conducts the exam of CPO exam every year to recruit the candidates for the post of Assistant sub-inspector or sub-inspector vacancies.
There are a lot of aspirants who want to appear for the exam of the ASI and SI. Those who are interested can fill the application according to the eligibility criteria. For more information about the vacancies, the aspirants can visit the official website of the staff selection commission. As there is a lot of competition so it is important for the candidates to prepare so that they can clear the exam.
Before the candidates prepare for the exam the candidates must know the exam pattern of the exam. In the first tier, the questions come from the different sections like General intelligence and reasoning, Quantitative aptitude, English comprehension, General Knowledge and General Awareness, Quantitative aptitude.
There will be total 200 questions, 20 questions from each section and 2 hours will be the duration of the exam. The SSC CPO exam is conducted on the national level so there is a lot of competition among the candidates to get this job, thus the candidates should practice hard to clear the exam for the post of Assistant sub-inspector or sub-inspector.
The candidates must prepare for the SSC CPO exam from the books which have all the important topics in it. You can even get to know about the exam pattern from the books as these books also have the previous year question papers by which the candidates get an idea about how the exam pattern is. The books for the various subjects are as follows:-
Books for General intelligence and reasoning
- Kunwar Ishar Singh Rathore – General intelligence and reasoning
- V S Srivastava –SSC reasoning
- B.S. Sijwali and Indu Sijwali – A new approach to reasoning
- S. Chand – general intelligence and reasoning
Books for quantitative aptitude
- Arun Sharma – Quantitative aptitude for CAT
- Disha experts – Shortcuts in quantitative aptitude
- R.S. Aggarwal – Quantitative Aptitude for competitive exams
- Sourav das –Study notes for Quantitative Aptitude
Books for English comprehension
- Wren and Martin – High school English grammar
- Norman Lewis – Word Power made easy
- R.S. Aggarwal – objective English
- Ajay Singh – Reading comprehension
Books for General awareness and general Knowledge
- Dr Binay Karn – Lucent’s general knowledge
- The government of India – India year book
- M.Mathew and Mammen Mathew – Manorama year book
- Manohar Pandey – General knowledge
The candidates can also practice for the SSC CPO exams by giving the mock tests as with these you will get to know the strength and weaknesses and this will help in improving your speed of solving the questions.
The candidates can practice more and this will help them in solving the questions in the exam with the proper accuracy. As the competition is increasing day by day so the candidates must prepare for the exam with dedication so that they can clear the exam and prepare for the next round.