SSC CGL Syllabus 2024, Revised for Tier 1 & Tier 2

SSC CGL Syllabus 2024, Revised for Tier 1 & Tier 2

Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination is a national-level exam to recruit eligible candidates for (SSC) for Group B and C (Gazette and non-Gazette) posts. SSC CGL 2023 brought a new exam pattern with registration beginning from 1st April 2023. The exam was conducted from 14–27 July 2023.

SSC CGL 2024 exam official notification will be released in December 2023. Till now, the SSC hasn’t announced official notification for the SSC CGL 2024 exam. It’s expected that the application form for the SSC CGL 2024 exam will begin in April 2024. The SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam might be in June -July 2024, and Tier 2 in October- November 2024. These are tentative dates and might change as per the official notification.

SSC CGL is a golden opportunity for all those students who want to pursue their careers in the government sector. The SSC CGL exam comprises two stages known as Tier. The subjects are Mathematics, English, General Awareness, and Reasoning. Every year, lakhs of students put their hard work and determination into the exams, which eventually landed them coveted government jobs. In this article, we will discuss the SSC 2024 exam syllabus and exam pattern in detail that will help you prepare for the exam.

Table Of Content

SSC CGL 2024 Selection Procedure (New Pattern)

SSC CGL 2024 Exam Pattern

SSC CGL 2024 Exam Pattern (Tabular Form)

SSC CGL 2024 Syllabus

SSC CGL Tier 1 Detailed Syllabus

SSC CGL Tier 2 Detailed Syllabus

Tips And Strategies for SSC CGL 2024 Exam

Subject wise prepration tips for SSC CGL Exam 2024

Frequently Asked Question

SSC CGL 2024 Selection Procedure (New Pattern)

SSC CGL 2024 selection process takes place in four stages, which are described below-

Tier 1: The first phase of SSC CGL 2024 is Tier 1 which is compulsory for all and is a Computer Based Assessment (Qualifying in nature).

Tier 2: After qualifying in the Tier 1 exam students have to appear for the Tier 2 exam which is post specific. Paper I (Obligatory for all posts), Paper-II for applicants who apply for the posts of Junior Measurable Official (JSO) in the Service of Measurements and Program Execution, and Paper III for competitors who apply for the posts of Collaborator Review Official/Aide Records Official.

  • All competitors who have applied effectively for the SSC CGL test will be doled out Roll numbers and Concede Cards for showing up in the PC Based Assessment (Level I).
  • In light of the imprints scored in Level I, applicants will be shortlisted, class-wise, to show up in Level II and Level III Assessments.
  • Separate shorts will be delivered independently for Paper-II of Level II (for example for the post of Junior Factual Official (JSO), Paper-III of Level II (for example for the posts of Aide Review Official and Right-hand Records Official), and Paper-I of Level II (for example for any remaining posts).
  • Level II Assessments will be led for every one of the applicants qualified in Level I.
  • In Level II, every one of the applicants will be expected to show up in Paper-I, II, and Paper-III. Nonetheless, only unambiguous up-and-comers shortlisted for the posts of Junior Measurable Official (JSO) and Partner Review Official/Collaborator Records Official will be expected to separately show up in Paper II and Paper III.

SSC CGL 2024 Exam Pattern 

The SSC CGL 2024 exam pattern has four stages known as Tier. In the SSC CGL 2024 exam, we have four tiers. Let’s talk about them in detail.

Tier -1 

  • The tier-1 exam is the first stage of the SSC CGL 2024 exam and is compulsory for all candidates.
  • It is qualifying in nature with multiple choice questions.
  • Tier 1 has 100 questions of 200 marks.
  • Tier 1 comprises four subjects – General Intelligence and Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, and English Comprehension. There are 25 questions from each section.
  • The duration to solve the question paper is 60 minutes and 80 minutes for VH (visually handicapped) candidates.


The tier-2 exam has four papers. These papers are post-specific. Given below is a detailed description of all the papers for Tier 2 of the SSC CGL 2024 exam.

  • Paper I is compulsory for all the posts.
  • Paper II is for candidates who apply for the Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) in the Ministry of Statistics and Programmed Implementation.
  • Paper III is for candidates who apply for Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer.

Skill Test (On The Same Day)

Skill test required for some government posts. Candidates who secure at least the minimum qualifying marks in the examination (Tier I, II) can appear in the Skill Test.There are two test (depending on the post)-

  • Data Entry speed test for the post of Tax Assistants.
  • Computer Proficiency Test for the post of Assistant Section Officer of Central Secretariat Service (CSS), Assistant Section Officer (MEA), Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines.

SSC CGL 2024 -Exam pattern (Tabular Form) 

Exam pattern for Tier 1 

Name of SubjectTotal No. of QuestionsMaximum Marks
General Intelligence & Reasoning2550
General Awareness2550
Quantitative Aptitude2550
English Comprehension2550

Exam pattern for Tier 2

Name of papers Time 
Paper-1: (Compulsory for all posts)2 hours 30 minutes
Paper-2: Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)2 hours
Paper-3: Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer2 hours

Exam pattern for Tier 2 – Paper -1 

SectionsModuleSubjectNo. of QuestionsMarks
Section IModule-IMathematical Abilities3090
Module-IIReasoning and General Intelligence3090
Section IIModule-IEnglish Language and Comprehension45135
Module-IIGeneral Awareness2575
Section IIIModule-IComputer Knowledge Test2060
Module-IIData Entry Speed TestOne Data Entry Task

Exam pattern for Tier 2 – Paper – 2 and 3

Event Paper 2Paper 3
SectionStatisticsGeneral Studies (Finance and Economics)
No. of question100100
Maximum Marks200200
Duration2 hours2 hours

SSC CGL 2024 syllabus

Just like 2023, the syllabus for SSC CGL 2024 is vast. An in-depth knowledge of the syllabus will help candidates prepare for the exam with a good strategy. SSC CGL is a national exam and holds a tough competition, therefore, you must have a good strategy and be aware of the syllabus. Every tier has a different syllabus, so read the article thoroughly to know the SSC CGL 2024 detailed syllabus.

SSC CGL 2024 Detailed Syllabus

SSC CGL Tier 1 detailed Syllabus

The SSC CGL Tier 1 exam is a qualifying exam in online mode. When preparing for the exam, candidates are advised to prepare for the exam in an orderly manner according to the study materials. Below are some brief facts about the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam.

  • The primary stage is objective PC-based assessment.
  • SSC CGL 2023 Level 1 comprises 100 questions, containing 25 questions each from 4 subjects’ -Quantitative aptitude, English, general awareness general intelligence, and reasoning. 
  • The questions are from the prospectus of the sixth to the tenth norm.

SSC CGL Tier 1

SSC CGL Syllabus: General Intelligence and Reasoning syllabus

  • This section comprises Series (Numbers, Metaphors), Similarities and Differences, Analogies, Spatial Visualization, Spatial Orientation, Problem-Solving, Analysis, Judgment, Decision Making, Visual Memory, Discernment, Observation, Orientation Tests, Relationship Problems, Logical Reasoning, Chart Classification, Arithmetic Series of Numbers, Non-verbal series, coding, conclusions of statements, syllogisms in reasoning.
  • Semantic Analogy, Symbol/Number Analogy, Graphical Analogy, Ranking Test, Semantic Classification, Symbol/Number Classification, Graphical Classification, Input-Output Problems, Problem Solving, Word Formation, Seating Order, Numerical Operations, Symbolic Operations, Dice Problems, Clocks, Calendars.
  • Trends, spatial direction, spatial visualization, Venn diagrams. Drawing Inference, Stamping/Pattern Folding and unfolding, Graphic Patterns – Folding and finishing, Indexing, Address Matching, Date and city Matching, Centre Code/Volume Number Sorting, Lowercase and uppercase Letters/Number Encoding, Decoding and sorting, Embedded Numbers, Critical Thinking. Emotional intelligence, social intelligence, etc.

SSC CGL Syllabus: General Awareness

  • This section is on ancient history (Harappa civilization, Buddhism and Jainism, Maura dynasty, post-Mauryan dynasty, Vedic culture, Gupta period), medieval history (establishment and expansion of Delhi Sultanate, XV and XVI centuries), The Mughals, later Mughals, Marathon) and modern history (British rule and Gandhi era, British conquest, battles, social and cultural awakening in India, uprisings of 1857, Indian National Congress, nationalist movements 1905-1918, and Neighboring Important, for Swaraj, Governor of India, Industrialization.
  • Geography (India, Neighbor’s, Earth’s, Famous, of, Wind, Earth, Earth, Earth’s Department), Earth’s Department Internal, Ocean and Current, Indian, Latitude and Volcanic, Indian, Habitat, Mineral, Atmospheric, Indian, Physical, World, Indian, Various Geographic), chemistry, general politics, and scientific research, economic activities
  • Physics work, pressure, units of measurement, sound, heat, magnetism), chemistry (of matter, chemical reactions, gasses, daily life, definition, application, name and name of Calvary, alloy, SI unit, change and physical change), biological kingdom (plant, animal kingdom, human body, and disease, disease and cure, nutrition and wide, Environmental Studies).
  • Indian Culture and History, Modern History of India, Current Affairs (National and International), Statistics- Mean, Mode, Median, and Derivation, Graphs- Line, Bar, and Pie charts, Indian Politics, State Politics, Indian Geography, The Indian constitution, and economy, Developments in the field of Science and Technology
  • Computer Facts, Recent TT Technology, Input Output, Memory, View Important Microcosm, Population, Depersonalization, and Economic Economy, Business Books and Census Institute) Award Winning Games (Olympics, and Airports, Airports) Animals and Representatives, and Important figures in Indian and world art (BRIC institutions, location organizations, international funds, State Bank of India, etc.) have been awarded in India and culture, awards and awards, and winners and their fields.

Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

  • Computation of whole numbers
  • Decimals
  • Fractions
  • Relationships between numbers
  • Profit and Loss
  • Discount
  • Partnership Business
  • Mixture
  • Time and distance
  • Time & Work
  • Percentage
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Square roots
  • Averages
  • Interest
  • Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds
  • Graphs of Linear Equations
  • Triangle and its various kinds of centers
  • Congruence and similarity of triangles
  • Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles.
  • Triangle
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Regular Polygons
  • Right Prism
  • Right Circular Cone
  • Right Circular Cylinder
  • Sphere
  • Heights and Distances
  • Histogram
  • Frequency polygon
  • Bar diagram & Pie chart
  • Hemispheres
  • Rectangular Parallelepiped
  • Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base
  • Trigonometric ratio
  • Degree and Radian Measures
  • Standard Identities
  • Complementary angles

English syllabus

  • Antonyms, Homonyms, and synonyms
  • Direct and Indirect speech
  • Active and passive voice
  • Sentence correction and reconstruction
  • Theme Detection
  • Vocabulary and Spelling Test
  • Spotting errors
  • Word Substitution
  • Phrases and idioms
  • Deriving conclusions from sentences
  • Sentence completion
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Types of sentences
  • Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Linkers
  • Paragraph Completion
  • Passage correction
  • Comprehension

SSC CGL Tier 2 Detailed Syllabus

Paper-I (Quantitative Aptitude):

  • Computation of whole numbers
  • Decimals
  • Fractions
  • Relationships between numbers
  • Percentage
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Square roots
  • Averages
  • Interest
  • Profit and Loss Discount
  • Partnership Business
  • Mixture and Allegation
  • Time and distance
  • Time & Work
  • Basic algebraic identities of
  • Elementary surds Graphs of Linear Equations
  • Triangle and its various kinds of centers
  • Congruence and similarity of triangles
  • Circle and its chords
  • Tangents
  • angles subtended by chords of a circle
  • common tangents to two or more circles
  • Triangle Quadrilaterals Regular
  • Polygons
  • Right Prism
  • Right Circular Cone
  • Cylinder, Sphere
  • Hemispheres
  • Rectangular
  • Right Pyramid with triangular or square base
  • Trigonometric ratio
  • Degree and Radian Measures
  • Standard Identities
  • Complementary angles
  • Heights and Distances
  • Histogram
  • Frequency polygon Bar
  • Diagram pie chart

Paper-I (Reasoning and General Intelligence) 

  • Semantic Analogy
  • Symbolic operations, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Trends
  • Figural Analogy
  • Space Orientation
  • Semantic Classification
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Symbolic/ Number
  • Classification
  • Drawing inferences
  • Figural Classification
  • Punched hole/ pattern-folding & unfolding
  • Semantic Series
  • Figural Pattern folding and completion
  • Number Series
  • Embedded figures
  • Figural Series
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem-Solving
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Word Building
  • Social Intelligence
  • Coding and de-coding
  • Numerical operations
  • Other sub-topics, if any.

Paper-I (English Language and Comprehension)

  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Sentence structure
  • Spot the Error
  • Fill in the Blanks,
  • Synonyms/Homonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Spellings/ Detecting misspelt words
  • Idioms and Phrases
  • One word substitution
  • Improvement of Sentences,
  • Active/ Passive Voice of Verbs
  • Conversion into Direct/ Indirect narration
  • Shuffling of Sentence parts
  • Shuffling of Sentences in a passage,
  • Cloze Passage
  • Comprehension Passage

Section 2 Paper-I (General Awareness)

  • India and its Neighboring Countries, their History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Policy & Scientific Research
  • Science
  • Current Affairs
  • Books and Authors
  • Sports
  • Important Schemes
  • Important Days and Dates
  • Portfolio
  • People in News

Section 3 Paper-I (Computer Proficiency) 

  • Computer Basics: Organization of a computer, Central Processing Unit (CPU), computer memory, memory organization, backup devices, PORTs, Windows Explorer, and Keyboard shortcuts.
  • Software:
  • Windows Operating system
  • Microsoft Office like MS Word, MS Excel PowerPoint, etc.
  • Working with the Internet and e-mails:
  • Web Browsing & Searching
  • Downloading & Uploading
  • Managing an E-mail Account
  • e-Banking
  • Basics of networking and cyber security:
  • Networking devices and protocols
  • Network and information security threats (like hacking, viruses, worms, Trojans, etc.)
  • Preventive measures.

Paper II (Statistics)

  • Collection, Classification, and Presentation of Statistical Data –
  • Primary and Secondary data
  • Methods of data collection
  • Tabulation of data
  • Graphs and charts
  • Frequency distributions
  • Diagrammatic presentation of frequency distributions.
  • Measures of Central Tendency – Common measures of central tendency – mean median and mode; Partition values- quartiles, percentiles.
  • Measures of Dispersion-
  • Range
  • quartile deviations, mean, and standard deviation
  • Relative dispersion
  • Moments, Skewness, and Kurtosis –
  • Different types of moments and their relationship
  • the meaning of skewness and kurtosis
  • Measures of skewness and kurtosis.
  • Correlation and Regression – Scatter diagram;
  • simple correlation coefficient
  • simple regression lines
  • Spearman’s rank correlation
  • Measures of association of attributes
  • Multiple regression
  • Multiple and partial correlations (For three variables only).

Probability Theory –

  • Meaning of probability
  • Different definitions of probability
  • Conditional probability
  • Compound probability
  • Independent events
  • Bayes‟ theorem
  • Random Variable and Probability Distributions –
  • Random variable
  • Probability functions
  • Expectation and Variance of a random variable
  • Higher moments of a random variable
  • Binomial
  • Poisson
  • Normal and Exponential distributions
  • Joint distribution of two random variables (discrete)

Sampling Theory –

  • Concept of population and sample;
  • Parameter and statistics,
  • Sampling and non-sampling errors;
  • Probability and nonprobability sampling techniques(simple random sampling,
  • stratified sampling,
  • multistage sampling,
  • multiphase sampling,
  • cluster sampling,
  • systematic sampling,
  • purposive sampling,
  • convenience sampling, and quota sampling);
  • Sampling distribution(statement only);
  • Sample size decisions.

Statistical Inference –

  • Point estimation and interval estimation,
  • Properties of a good estimator,
  • Methods of estimation (Moments method, Maximum likelihood method, Least squares method),
  • Testing of hypothesis,
  • The basic concept of testing,
  • Small and large sample tests,
  • Tests based on Z, t,
  • Chi-square and F statistic,
  • Confidence intervals.

Analysis of Variance –

  • Analysis of one and two-way classified data
Time Series Analysis –
  • Components of time series,
  • Determinations of trend components by different methods,
  • Measurement of seasonal variation
Index Numbers –
  • Meaning of Index Numbers
  • Problems in the construction of index numbers
  • Types of index numbers
  • Different formulae
  • Base shifting and splicing of index numbers
  • Cost of Living Index Numbers
  • Uses of Index Numbers

Paper-III (General Studies-Finance and Economics)

Financial Accounting

  • Nature and scope
  • Limitations of Financial Accounting
  • Basic Concepts and Conventions
  • Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

Basic concepts of accounting

  • Single and double-entry
  • Books of Original Entry
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Journal, ledgers
  • Trial Balance
  • Rectification of Errors
  • Manufacturing
  • Trading
  • Profit & Loss Appropriation Accounts
  • Balance Sheet
  • The distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure
  • Depreciation Accounting
  • Valuation of Inventories
  • Non-profit organizations Accounts
  • Receipts and Payments and Income & Expenditure Accounts
  • Bills of Exchange
  • Self-Balancing Ledger
  • Comptroller & Auditor General of India- Constitutional provisions, Role, and responsibility.
  • Finance Commission-Role and functions

Basic Concept of Economics and Introduction to Micro Economics

  • Definition
  • Scope and Nature of Economics
  • Methods of economic study
  • Central problems of an economy
  • Production possibilities curve

Theory of Demand and Supply

  • Meaning and determinants of demand
  • Law of demand and Elasticity of demand
  • Price
  • Income and cross-elasticity
  • Theory of consumer behavior
  • Marshallian approach and Indifference curve approach
  • Meaning and determinants of supply
  • Law of supply
  • Elasticity (of Supply)

Theory of Production and Cost

  • Meaning and Factors of Production
  • Laws of production- Law of variable proportions and Laws of returns to scale

Forms of Market and price determination in different markets

  • Various forms of markets
  • Monopoly
  • Monopolistic Competition
  • Oligopoly
  • Price determination in these markets.

Indian Economy:

  • Nature of the Indian Economy Role of different sectors,
  • Role of Agriculture, Industry and Services-their problems and growth.
  • National Income of India-Concepts of national income,
  • Methods of measuring national income.
  • Population size, growth rate, and its implication on economic growth.
  • Poverty and unemployment- Absolute and relative poverty, types, causes, and incidence of unemployment.
  • Infrastructure-Energy, Transportation, Communication.

Economic Reforms in India

  • Economic reforms since 1991
  • Liberalization
  • Privatization
  • Globalization
  • Disinvestment
  • Money and Banking
  • Monetary/ Fiscal policy- Role and functions of Reserve Bank of India; functions of commercial Banks/RRB/Payment Banks.
  • Budget and Fiscal deficits and Balance of payments.
  • Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, 2003.

Section 3, Module-II

Data Entry Speed Test

In the data entry speed test, the candidates type 2000 words in 15 minutes in English. This test calculates the typing skills of the candidates.

They get an article in English and have to type the same on the computer.

Some Tips and strategies to prepare for the SSC CGL 2024 exam

SSC CGL 2024 exam is competitive and requires determination, practice, and consistency. The exam will take place in July-August 2024, giving you more than enough time for preparation. But preparation without a strategy and goals is useless. You need to build a map and achieve small milestones. Today, we will discuss some tips to prepare for the SSC CGL 2024 exam.

Tips 1- Be aware of the Exam pattern.

The first and foremost thing to start with your preparation is knowing your exam pattern. Exam pattern will help you know the subjects, total number of questions, weightage of subjects, and maximum marks. Check out the complete exam pattern for SSC CGL 2024 given above.

Tip 2- Be aware of the Syllabus.

Another tip for the 2024 aspirants is to understand the SSC CGL syllabus. It will make you focus only on the crucial topics and save you time from learning unwanted things.

Tip 3– SSC CGL Exam Analysis

It is the most crucial thing to do before stepping in for preparation. Before starting your SSC CGL preparation you must do an exam analysis as it will help you know the difficulty level of subjects, crucial topics, and difficulty level of each section. It’s the best way to prepare your strategy as you can allot time to each section as per the difficulty level of that section.

Tip 4– Invest in good study material 

Good study material is the best investment. In today’s market, you will find hundreds of study materials, both online and offline, and that’s why you must be careful while choosing one. Your books and solutions should be error-free and provide sufficient information about the subject/topic.

Tip 5- Avoid too much study material

Candidates collect study material from different sources and then get confused about choosing one. Studying from too many books/ sources will only make it worse. Therefore, one must hook to one study material and practice through it.

Tip 6- Solve Mocks and Previous year’s question paper 

Solving the previous year’s question paper will show a mirror of your preparation. You will know how much preparation/hard work you need to do to get the desired result. Always write mocks and solve the previous year’s question paper.

Subject wise Preparation tips for the SSC CGL 2024 exam 

Preparation Tips for Reasoning 

Reasoning is a little simpler than quantitative aptitude. The questions from reasoning take less time to solve. You will find questions from judgment, visual memory, etc. Here are some tips to excel in your Reasoning preparation.

  • Concentrate on logical deductions and general logic implementations.
  • Read the questions carefully to avoid silly mistakes.
  • Candidate must practice enough questions to spot the patterns in problems.
  • If a question is taking too long then it’s better to jump to the next question.

Preparation Tips for English

English revolves around three components- vocabulary, comprehension, and grammar.Therefore candidates must focus on these components to improve their score in English. Here are some tips to improve your score in English

  • Develop a habit of reading a newspaper daily and paying attention, especially to the editorials. Make a notebook /diary of difficult words, and writer their meanings, synonyms, and antonyms.
  • Practice at least 2-3 sets of reading comprehension on a daily basis.
  • Start learning fundamentals of grammar and practice them.
  • Solve the previous year’s paper to know the difficulty level.
  • While reading comprehension, try identifying the tone of the article and the author’s idea. It will help you solve questions.

Preparation Tips for General Awareness

General Awareness is a scoring section because it does not involve any computations, it takes the least time. Here are some tips to improve your score in General Awareness – 

  • Check out the SSC CGL previous year’s question to get an idea of the nature of the questions.
  • Prepare well for the static segment because it covers around 60% of the GA section. It involves the Indian Economy, History, Geography, Biology, Computer and Technology, Physics, etc.
  • Be aware of themes such as Union Budgets, Economic Surveys, Oscar winners, national and international events, noble seaports and airports, important institutions of India and the world (IMF, RBI, BRCS, and G-20), Demonetization, etc.
  • Read and learn important topics from class 6 to class 10 Ncert in Science and Social Science and Class 11 and 12 for Geography and History.
  • Regularly revise the content.

Preparation Tips for Mathematics

Mathematics or Quantitative Aptitude is the most vital section of SSC CGL exam. It carries the maximum weightage in determining the merit list of the candidate. One can easily score 40-45 marks if they are aware of the fundamentals of mathematics. The level of questions is confined to class 10. Here are some tips to improve your score in General Awareness – 

  • Geometry holds the core of the SSC CGL mathematics exam. There are many questions on the properties of 2D and 3D figures. Learn and review the properties and theories of lines, angles, triangles, etc.
  • You will find the majority of the data interpretation questions on percentages, interests, profit and loss, ratio and proportion, and averages. Prepare for arithmetic as the questions are easy and take less time to solve.
  • Algebra is another crucial topic in SSC CGL. Prepare factorization, polynomial simplification, algebraic identities, etc. Practicing all types of questions in Algebra.


SSC CGL 2024 exam can be conducted in July-August 2024. The exam pattern and syllabus for the same have been discussed above. Candidates preparing for SSC CGL 2024 can take the help of this article for their preparation. With almost a year to prepare, start your preparation today and achieve your desired result.

SSC CGL Frequently Asked Question

Q- What is expected date of SSC CGL 2024 exam?

A-The SSC CGL 2024 exam is expected to take place in July-August 2024. However, no official notification has been made by SSC.

Q- What is the salary of SSC CGL?

The salary of SSC CGL varies by grade. The salary for level 4 ranges from INR 25,550 to INR 81,100. Profiles for this salary grade include tax assistants, deputy inspectors, and senior department clerks. The salary range for level 5 is INR 29,200 to 92,300. Salary for band 6, including Deputy Inspector (NIA), Department Accountant, Statistical Investigator II, and Assistant/Supervisor is INR 35400-112400. The salary range for Year 7 is INR 44,900-142,400, whereas the salary range for Year 8 is INR 47,600-151,100.

Q- What is the SSC CGL qualification?

  1.  Every position has different qualification requirement but the minimum requirement is that a candidate must have a bachelor’s degree from any university.

Q -What is the highest position in SSC CGL?

  • The top jobs at SSC CGL are:
    • Income Tax Auditor.
    • Assistant Law Enforcement Officer in the Emergency Department.
    • ASO to MEA.
    • Deputy Inspector of the CBI.
    • GST Inspector.
    • Deputy Auditor of CAG.
    • District Accountant.

Q –What is the expected difficulty level of  SSC CGL 2024 exam?

A- SSC CGL is one of the mist competitive exam in the country. The syllabus us vast and lakhs of students compete to achieve their result. The difficulty level of exam is expected to be moderate to difficult.

Q- Can I apply for SSC CGL on the 12th pass?

Candidates who complete 12th place can sit for various state exams such as RRB ALP, SSC CHSL, SSC MTS, SSC Shorthand, SSC GD, Indian Coast Guard, etc. However, do not apply for the SSC CGL.

Q- What is the age limit for SSC CGL?

The SSC CGL age limit for the various positions in the 2021 exam is a minimum of 18 and a maximum of 32. In addition, there are some age relaxation standards for the candidate retention circle.

Q-What is the number of attempts for SSC CGL?

A- There is no fixed number of attempts for SSC CGL exam. The candidate must check the eligibility criteria such as qualification, age limit and nationality before appearing for the exam.

Q- What is the minimum percentage required for SSC CGL?

A-To apply for SSC CGL, you must hold a bachelor degree. There is nothing like minimum percentage but if you apply for the post of statistics Supervisor, you must have at least 60% in Mathematics at Standard Level 12. There are no minimum requirements. A candidate must have at least 60% in Mathematics at Standard Level 12. There are no minimum requirements.


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