SSC CGL 2016 Revised Selection Process: How to get recruited

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SSC CGL 2016 Selection Process: In the latest SSC CGL Notification, the Staff Selection Commission has revised the scheme of examination for various posts in the Group B and Group C Category under this years’ SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination. Since there is a large share of fresh candidates every year who are new to the world of SSC CGL Exam, there must be a question they want answered right this instant. Our guess would be – What is the selection process for SSC CGL 2016? Let us help you answer that question!

This question needs to answered immediately as the exam will also be conducted online. So, this creates a new challenge for a number of students.

 

SSC CGL 2016 Selection Process (Revised)

The selection procedure for SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam 2016 is completed in 3/ 4 Phases depending on the post applied. Before you proceed further, we are assuming you have read our detailed article on SSC CGL New Exam Pattern 2016. If not, we request you to read that first.

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Recommended: SSC CGL Revised Exam Pattern 2016

There are a number of posts in total under Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ Category in SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2016. Have a look at it.

SSC CGL 2016 Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ Posts

  1. Inspector (Examiner) in CBEC
  2. Inspector of Income Tax in CBDT
  3. Inspector (Preventive Officer) in CBEC
  4. Assistant Audit Officer in Indian Audit & Accounts Department under CAG
  5. Assistant in Ministry of External Affairs
  6. Assistant Enforcement Officer in Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue
  7. Assistant in Central Vigilance Commission
  8. Inspector, (Central Excise) in CBEC
  9. Assistant in Ministry of Railway
  10. Assistant in AFHQ
  11. Assistant in Intelligence Bureau
  12. Assistant in Other Ministries/ Departments/Organisations
  13. Sub Inspectors Central Bureau of Investigation
  14. Assistant Section Officer in Central Secretariat Service
  15. Divisional Accountant in Offices under CAG
  16. Inspector in Central Bureau of Narcotics
  17. Sub Inspector in National Investigation Agency (NIA)
  18. Assistant in Other Ministries/ Departments/Organisations
  19. Inspector of Posts in Department of Post
  20. Statistical Investigator Gr.II in M/Statistics & Prog Implementation.
  21. Auditor in Offices under CGDA
  22. Auditor in Offices under C&AG
  23. Auditor in Offices under CGA & others
  24. Accountant/ Junior Accountant in Offices under C&AG
  25. Accountant/ Junior Accountant in Offices under CGA & others
  26. Sub-Inspector in Central Bureau of Narcotics
  27. Senior Secretariat Assistant in Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres
  28. Tax Assistant in CBDT
  29. Tax Assistant in CBEC
  30. Compiler in Registrar General

Remember, the selection procedure will vary according to the post preference you select while filling the application form.

 

SSC CGL Revised Scheme of Examination 2016

Now, moving to the main task at hand, which is, understanding the selection criteria for SSC CGL 2016 Examination. There is a 3/4 Tier Selection Process for SSC CGL 2016.

  • SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1: Written Examination (CBT Objective Pattern)
  • SSC CGL 2016 Tier 2: Written Examination (CBT Objective Pattern)
  • SSC CGL 2016 Tier 3: Descriptive Test (Essay Writing)
  • SSC CGL 2016 Tier 4: Computer Proficiency Test /Skill Test/ Document Verification

The New Exam Pattern has made SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 online and also introduced Tier 3 as a mandatory section for all posts. Let us now understand the selection procedure at each level.

SSC CGL Tier I: Objective Written Examination (Online)

This is the first level of written examination for SSC CGL 2016. The SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam is held for all categories. A candidate needs to qualify in Tier 1 Examination in order to move to the next level. But there are significant changes in SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Pattern which every candidate must know.

  • SSC CGL Tier-I will be conducted online.
  • The Exam is bilingual i.e. English and Hindi.
  • There are 100 questions in total, divided in 4 sections equally.
  • The 4 sections are Reasoning, General Awareness, Numerical Aptitude and English Comprehension. 25 Questions in each section will be asked.
  • The total time is 75 minutes and the total marks are 200.

Based on this new exam pattern, we recommend this mock test series for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Preparation.

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The New Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme of SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier-I is as follows.

 Name of the Section  Questions  Marks
 Reasoning and General Intelligence  25  50
 General Awareness  25  50
 Numerical Aptitude  25  50
 English Comprehension  25  50
 Total 100  200

The candidates who are able to qualify SSC CGL Tier-I Examination will move to the next level, which is, Tier-2 Exam.

SSC CGL Tier II: Objective Written Examination (Online)

Tier-II of the Combined Graduate Level Examination will carry the same exam pattern i.e. Objective MCQ type. It will be conducted over the course of 2 days, depending on the category of posts you apply for. Now, as per your post preference application for SSC CGL 2016, you might appear for 2 or 3 papers.

For the post of Statistical Investigators (Grade II) and Compilers, there will be 3 papers in SSC CGL Tier II Examination. The papers are as follows.

  1. Arithmetical Ability
  2. English Language & Comprehension
  3. Commerce/ Mathematics Statistics/ Economics

For the post of Assistant Audit Officer, there will be 3 papers in SSC CGL Tier II Examination. The papers are as follows.

  1. Arithmetical Ability
  2. English Language & Comprehension
  3. General Studies

The Total Marks for all Papers are 200 marks each and every paper will have 100 questionsexcept for English, which will have 200 questions. Time allotted to each paper is 2 hours.

For the post of Assistant, Inspector of Income-Tax/ Inspector (Central Excise), Inspector (PO), Inspector (Examiner), Sub-Inspector in CBI, Inspector of Posts, Assistant Enforcement Officer, Divisional Accountants, Accountants, Auditors, Tax Assistants, UDCs, there will be 2 papers in SSC CGL Tier II Examination. The papers are as follows.

  1. Arithmetical Ability
  2. English Language & Comprehension

The Total Marks for all Papers are 200 marks each and every paper will have 100 questions from the subject mentioned above. Time allotted to each paper is 2 hours.

 

SSC CGL Tier III: Descriptive Paper in English/ Hindi (Essay/ Precis)

This newly introduced section by Staff Selection Commission will form the Tier 3 for SSC CGL 2016. This section will be conducted in Pen and Paper format and will consist of Essay/ Precis/ Letter/ Application Writing.

The total marks for this section is 100 and the time allotted in 1 Hour.

SSC CGL Tier IV: DEST/ CPT (wherever applicable)

The Final Layer of selection is SSC CGL Tier IV. Similar to Tier II, the candidate’s position relies highly on the post preference. Depending on that, the candidate can be called for

  • Data Entry Skill Test (DEST)
  • Computer Proficiency Test (CPT)

Based on the new SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Pattern, we recommend this mock test series for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Preparation.

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We hope our new readers are able to comprehend all the information provided in this article. Stay connected for more information regarding SSC Exam Recruitment 2016. To excel in SSC CGL Examination, download the Best SSC CGL Exam Preparation App for free.

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31 COMMENTS

    • Our next article will specify the best post preferences both male and female candidates appearing in SSC CGL 2016.
      Stay Connected. The article will be live by tomorrow afternoon.

  1. How to fill post Keeping in mind I don’t Want to leave Delhi and May go for Studying further For higher exams
    What should be the Sequence of Post to be Filled

  2. Great article .Thanks for sharing. Could you also mention the recommended NCERT and other reference books for each section preparation please ?

    Many thanks,
    Atul

      • sir i have applied for dual post like computer proficiency test or non computer proficiency test if unfortunately i failed in test then am i eligible for non computer proficiency post or not ? please reply sir i m in dilemma

  3. hello sir , in ssc cgl tier1 exam online registration form, TAMIL NADU state is missing in address details. so what to do? and how to apply. Instead of tamil nadu what shouuld i fill???????? pls help me…..

  4. Hello,
    How will I get the date, time and exact location to attend the exam? Will I get notified through my mail for the same?

  5. Hello sir, if we apply for all preferences then what exam we can take in tier-2 ,or we can take take any one of the exam or we should take all the three ahhh mam/sir

  6. Hello sir, I am OBC category how much do we need to score according to new patter to clear tier 1 for ssc cgl 2016
    pl. clearify

  7. Well classified information. Kudos for that. Although I want to ask that the marks of Tier 1, 2 & 3 will be added altogether or Tier 1 is just a qualifying ?
    Please revert.

  8. I mistakenly applied for audit officer post.. do I have to appear for general studies?? will I be eligible if I fail it or avoid it??

  9. i have cleared tier-ll if cgl-2016, i want to know if i will be getting some job surely or there can be some change in final list after document verification??

    • You had Qualified Tier II and you have to appear for Tier III and Descriptive (DEST)/Proficiency Test (CPT)…

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