How to clear SSC Exam?
How to clear SSC Exam – Today I was talking to my younger brother about his career, what is he doing, what is he studying, which exam is he preparing? If you get some answers to some questions if you explain a lot to him, then why did you notice why this information should be shared on the blog.
This is very beneficial for the students doing post preparation. Sarkari Naukri is everyone’s dream, if you too are thinking about any government job then SSC is a very good option. For its preparation, more attention will have to be given to these two subjects in Maths and English.
What is SSC?
In simple words, it is the Placement Agency of the Government, which provides Employee in many Ministries of the Government. Central Government Jobs like Dehli Police, CRPF, SSB, CISF, BSF, IB, CBI, CID, CAG, Income Tax Department, Excise Department, Food and Beverage etc. There are many such departments for which SSC for B and C Grade Exam conducts. Along with Central Government, State Government also appoints many posts through SSC.
SSC Full Form
The full form of SSC is Staff Selection Commission which is called Staff Selection Commission in Hindi. SSC exam is held in all states. The students selected by this examination get the opportunity to serve in various government departments of the state (Sarkari Naukari).
Many departments come under SSC such as: Secretariat, Revenue, Excise, Amin etc. SSC’s job is very royal. Every assessee wants to clear SSC exam, so today we will learn with the help of this article how to prepare for SSC and what should we keep in mind while preparing for SSC?
How SSC works
As I have told you earlier, SSC works under the Central Government. This includes Delhi Police, CRPF, SSB, CISF, BSF, IB, CBI, CID, CAG, Income Tax Department, Excise Department, Food and Beverage, etc. SSC informs about vacancies on its official website and then conducts the exam. Exams are done in different ways on different posts. There are many types of examination in it.
SSC LDC Syllabus
Here I am sharing with you some information about the LDC (Lower Division clerk and data entry operator) exam. There is a written examination of the lower division clerk and data entry operator followed by the Typing Test, and the final selection is done in the last. The written exam is of 200 numbers. You can give its exam in both Hindi and ENGLISH language. In this, all the questions are of objective type. This paper is divided into 4 parts.
Reasoning (General Intelligence).
Typing Test: This exam is for lower division clerks. You can sit in this exam only after passing the written examination. In this examination, the candidate has to type in Hindi or English on the computer. English or Hindi type has to be selected while filling the form, type speed is 30 words per minute in Hindi and 35 words per minute in English. This exam is of 10 minutes.
Skill test: In this test, only those candidates are short-listed who pass the written exam, this exam is for data entry operator. There is a Typing Test in which data entry has to be done at the speed of 8000 key depression. In this, 20 minutes of compensatory time is given to the candidate for a total of 35 minutes.
Main syllabus for SSC exam
General knowledge (General information) In this, questions related to HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, current affairs, CURRENT AFFAIRS, are asked in relation to India and its neighboring countries.
Reasoning (General Intelligence) In this Test, the IQ of the candidate is checked. In this, questions like Coding and Decoding, Relationship, Graph, Problem-solving, Word making are asked.
English (English) In this test, the knowledge of the Candidate’s ENGLISH is checked. It contains error find, fill in the blanks, idiom n phrases (idioms), many more.
MATH (Mathematics) In this, questions related to Ratio, Proportion, Interest, Geometry, Geometry, Trigonometry, Profit and Loss, Average, Graph etc. are asked.
SSC Preparation Tips
The main things to keep in mind for SSC ki Tayari will be the focus for the preparation of any exam in SSC Preparation Tips for 12th Pass and Graduates in Hindi. Till there is no focus, success will not be achieved.
Read with a time limit and try to complete your task within that time limit. Schedule your reading time. Notice the To-Do List more than the Time Table. Remember one thing NO Pain No Gain. For time management, please read the Time Table Vs To-Do List.
The syllabus of SSC 12th and Graduation Level is different, so for which level you are preparing, do you have Syllabus or not, read according to Syllabus, you should have updated Syllabus. If you have not taken Coaching even once, then definitely take it because from there you will get the exam pattern and New Technic for MATHEMATICS, Reasoning and other most important study materials so that you will be the focus for the exam.
You must have a perfect note for preparing for SSC Exam. As long as you do not have all the subject’s notes, then you will have trouble, so according to the subject, you should have your own notes. When you take notes by yourself, the chances of winning increase.
Test series must join for good results. When you participate in the Test Series, the truth is revealed how much the preparation has been done and how much it is bank, as well as the examination pattern is also revealed and the question paper gets to solve within the time limit.
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