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Wednesday, 20 January 2016

New SSC Examination Syllabus for Group C, D examination 2016 Pattern

Staff selection commission now changed the question paper pattern and syllabus for Upcoming Group C and group D examination 2016. recently central government changed the recruitment rule for group C and group D category examination . every year staff selection commission/ karmachari chayan ayog conduct different type of Group C and Group D examination Like SSC CHSL Combined higher secondary level for the recruitment of LDC lower Divisional clerk and DEO data entry operator . every year more then 20 lakh intermediate pass candidates are appearing in the 10+2 level / higher secondary level examination .
Karmachari chayan ayog also conduct written examination for filling posts of group D category which is referred as SSC multi tasking recruitment / SSC MTS.  Now recruitment process will be done through new question paper pattern and syllabus specified by SSC.

 Revised pattern and syllabus as are following for upcoming Group C and group D examination 2016
New Syllabus for SSC CGL Combined graduate level preliminary examination , CHSL , Steno Stenographer Group C and Group D  , junior engineer Group C and D ,  CAPF, SI, ASI , Constable,  Junior Hindi Translator JHT,  Other Group C and D vacancies and departmental examination 
1. The Commission has decided to fill up all Selection Posts through online/offline objective type written examination. The Online/Offline Examination Scheme is as follows:

(a) In respect of posts for which there is specific requirement of knowledge of a particular subject or subjects the online examination may be for 200 marks with 200 questions. 100 questions on the specific subject(s) and 50 questions each on English Language and
General Knowledge. In case the EQ covers more than one subject, like mathematics or commerce or statistics, etc. the 100 questions on subject of specialization may include
Questions on all the subjects.
(b) In respect of posts for which Higher Secondary or Degree in any subject is the EQ without specialization in any subject/discipline, the test may be general in nature for 200 marks with 200 questions i.e. 50 questions on English Language and 50 questions on General Awareness.
(c) For posts with matriculations as EQ, and where there is no requirement of a skill test like typing, data entry test, etc. a written examination may be held online/offline in the pattern of paper-I of MTS Examination. The examination may be for 150 marks
with 150 questions as indicated below:

Subject
No. of Questions
Marks
Numerical Aptitude
25
25
General English
25
25
General Awareness
50
50
Total
50
50
General Intelligence & Reasoning
150
150

(d) There will be no negative marking either in online or offline examination.

(e) In respects of post with matriculation of Higher Secondary as EQ, if there is provision   for skill test in EQ, no written examination (online or offline) will be held and
Candidates will be short listed for skill test on the basis of percentage of mistakes in skill test.

2. The Prescribed number of candidates meeting the eligibility conditions will be shortlisted on the basis of percentage of marks in Essential Qualification for an online
written examination. It is decided that Percentage of Marks in EQ will be arrived at on the basis of aggregate marks of all the subjects of all the year/semesters. Mere fulfilling of minimum prescribed qualifications, etc. will not entitle candidates to be called

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