Staff Selection Commission(Government Of India)
The Estimates Committee of the Parliament, in its 47th Report (1967-68), recommended the setting up of a Service Selection Commission for conducting examinations for recruitment to lower categories of posts. Pursuant to this, and as an interim measure, an Examination Wing was initially added to the Secretariat Training School, subsequently renamed as the Institute of Secretariat Training and Management (ISTM).
The Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC), in its Report on Personnel Administration, drew attention to the fact that bulk of the staff of the Government at the Centre and in the States belonged to Class III and Class IV categories. Referring in particular to the identical nature of qualifications stipulated for entry into such posts in various offices, the Commission advocated pooling of the requirements of non-technical posts by different Departments and selection of personnel either by joint recruitment or through a recruitment board. It was in pursuance of this recommendation that the Government of India decided to constitute a Subordinate Services Commission under an Executive Resolution.
The Government of India, in the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms vide its Resolution No. 46/1(S)/74-Estt.(B) dated the 4th November, 1975 constituted a Commission called the Subordinate Services Commission which has subsequently been re-designated as Staff Selection Commission effective from the 26th September, 1977 to make recruitment to various Class III (now Group “C”) (non-technical) posts in the various Ministries/Departments of the Govt. of India and in Subordinate Offices. The functions of the Staff Selection Commission have been enlarged from time to time and now it carries out the recruitment also to all Group “B” posts in the pay scale of Rs 9300 to 34800 with a grade pay of Rs 42000 The functions of the Staff Selection Commission were redefined by the Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions vide its Resolution No.39018/1/98-Estt.(B) dated 21st May 1999 (may be seen under the heading Resolution). The new constitution and functions of the Staff Selection Commission came into effect from 1st June 1999.
The Staff Selection Commission is an attached office of the Department of Personnel and Training and comprises of Chairman, two Members and a Secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations who are appointed on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the Central Government from time to time. The Commission is provided such supporting staff as considered necessary by the Central Government.
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SSC Combined Graduate Level Selection Procedure Staff Selection Commission will organise Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2013 for recruitment to different posts. Graduation from a well reputed University is the minimum Qualification that is being required for the examination. Deserving eligible candidates can apply for the posts in February 2016. SSC graduate level recruitment will be completed in 3 phases.
CGl 2013 recruitment categorized in two groups.
First group for which interview test will be organised andfor 2nd group post their will be no interview test will be organised.
For example, an interview cum personality test will be organised for
- assistant post in various department
- inspector of income
- preventive officer
- Divisional accountant
- statistical Investigator Grade II
- Pay grade of mostly posts are 4600 and 4200.
- Non interview post are
- junior accountant
- Tax assistant
- For now interview post Grade pay will be 2800 and 2400
Selection procedure for combined graduate level recruitment is stated below
CGL Tier 1: First of all CGL tier 1 exam will be organised for all candidates.
Tier 1 will be organised for the sake of larger no of applicants.
CGL tier 2: Graduate level mains exam is also known as TIER II exam.
Questions will be of objective type.
CGL Tier 3: This tier is also called personality test or interview test i.e.. CPT test/skill test/document verification and other test will be organised as per as demand of various different post.
Those candidates who will qualify in tier 1 exam are further eligible to appear in tier 2 exam, And those candidates who will qualify in tier 2 will be call for tier 3.
However, we know that tier 1 exam organised just for screening purpose but the final merit will be made by adding the marks of CGL tier 1 and CGL tier 2 marks.
An interview test of 100 marks will be organised for wherever applicable.
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Less than a month to Go! SSC CGL exam to be conducted on 27th August 2016 [ SSC CGL Updates ] (July 28, 2016) The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a GOVT OF INDIA organization holds Combined Graduate Level Examination, for recruitment to different posts for which minimum requirement is Graduation from a recognized University. The Examination held in two Tiers written Objective Type examination and Computer Proficiency Test/Interview/Skill test, based on the Scheme of Examination notified. Tire-I Scheduled will be starts from 27th August 2016.
Posts under SSC CGLE Posts are divided in two groups:
Group – B (Posts for which Interview along with Personality Test is prescribed)
- Inspector (Central Excise)
- Inspector (Preventive Officer)
- Inspector (Examiner)
- Assistant Enforcement Officer
- Inspector of Posts
- Sub Inspector (CBI)
- Statistical Investigator Gr.
II Group – C (Posts for which Interview along with Personality Test is NOT prescribed)
- Inspector of Income Tax
- Divisional Accountant
- Tax Assistants
- Junior Accountant & Accountant
Grade Pay and papers in Tier II examination/Interview are based on these groups.
The pay scales are
Group – B is Rs9300 – Rs34800
Group – C is Rs. 5200 to Rs. 20200 SSC CGL Exam Pattern 2016: SSC CGL hold exam in 3 tiers as Tier 1, Tier 2 and 3.
Paper pattern is given in the table below
Table showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam Showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam Paper Details
Tier-1 Written examination (objective type questions)
Tier-2 Written examination (objective type questions)
Tier-3 Personality test Interview Skill test Computer proficiency test Tier I (Computer Based)
Table showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam Tier I Showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam Tier I Subject Questions Marks Time General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 50 75 minutes (Total)
For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 100 minutes
General Awareness 25 50
Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
English Language 25 50
TOTAL 100 200
Tier II (Computer Based) Table showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam Tier
II Showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam
Tier II Subject Questions Marks Time
Paper I – Quantitative Ability (for ALL POSTS) 100 200 2 Hours For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 Hours 40 Minutes
Paper II – English Language (for ALL POSTS) 100 200 2 Hours For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 Hours 40 Minutes
TOTAL 200 400 2 Hours For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 Hours 40 Minutes
Paper III – Statistics (for Statistical Investigator Gr II & Compiler POSTS ONLY) 100 200 2 Hours For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 Hours 40 Minutes
Paper IV – General Studies (Finance & Economics) (forAsst Audit Officer Gazetted Group “B” POST ONLY) 100 200 2 Hours For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 2 Hours 40 Minutes
Tier III (Pen & Paper Based) Table showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam
Tier III Showing the paper pattern of SSC CGL exam
Tier III Subject Marks Time
Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi (Writing of Essay, Precis, Letter, Application etc. ) 100 60 Minutes For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 80 Minutes
Tier IV (Pen & Paper Based) Computer Proficiency
Test (for Asst. Section Officer in CSS POST ONLY) OR Data Entry Skill Test at Speed of 8000 key depressions per hour (for Tax Assistant POST ONLY)
Note: only for qualified
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|Tier||Mode of Examination||Scheme of Examination||Marks||Time|
|1||Computer based||A General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 Questions||50 Marks||75 Minutes(Total)|
|B General Awareness 25 Questions||50 Marks|
|C Quantitative Aptitude 25 Questions||50 Marks||For VH and candidates suffering from Cerbal Palsy: 100 Minutes|
|D English Comprehension 25 Questions||50 Marks|