SSC Syllabus for SSC CGL and SSC CHSL Exams

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SSC Syllabus 2017-2018: SSC CGL Syllabus & SSC CHSL Syllabus

Interest candidate who are looking for SSC CGL and SSC CHSL Exam, they have to start preparation immediately, because every year SSC has announced the new SSC CHSL entrance exams. Here our team gave the quick detailed information regarding the new release of SSC CHSL exams 2017 which is very useful for everyone.  All interested candidate who have applied they have to start preparation without delay because there is a high competition for SSC CHSL Entrance exams.

Tier 1 SSC Syllabus 2017 or SSC CHSL Syllabus:

Tire 1 SSC Syllabus will be computer based and tire 1 Question paper is generally divided into 4 major sections each section is of 50 marks. The total numbers of marks is 200.

  1. English (50 marks),
  2. Quantitative (50 marks),
  3. General Intelligence (50 marks),
  4. General knowledge (50 marks)

New SSC CGL Syllabus 2017-2018 for Tier I Exam:

General Intelligence & Reasoning
Analysis judgment Numerical Operations
Decision making, Symbolic Operations
Visual memory, Trends, Space Orientation,
Discrimination, Small & Capital letters/numbers coding
Observation, Decoding and classification,
Rrelationship Concepts, Embedded Figures,
Arithmetical reasoning Critical thinking,
Arithmetic number series, Emotional Intelligence,
Non-verbal series Social Intelligence
Analogies Coding & de-coding
Similarities and differences Numerical Operations
Space visualization, Symbolic Operations
Spatial orientation Trends, Space Orientation,
Problem-solving, Space Visualization
Semantic Series, Venn Diagrams
Number Series, Drawing inferences
Figural Series Punched hole/pattern –folding & unfolding,
Problem Solving Figural Pattern – folding and completion
Word Building Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching
Coding & de-coding Classification of centre codes/roll numbers
General Awareness
Knowledge about the surrounding
Events which had taken place in the recent past.
Indian Based Questions
Neighboring countries,
Economic Scene,
General Policy & Scientific Research,
Culture, History & Geography.
Quantitative Aptitude
decimals , Computation of whole numbers
Sphere, fractions relationships between numbers
Hemispheres, Basic algebraic identities of School
Rectangular Parallelepiped
Regular Right Pyramid Discount, Partnership Business etc
triangular or square base Algebra of Elementary surds
Trigonometric ratio,
Ratio & Proportion
Standard Identities Square roots
Complementary angles Averages
Heights and Distances Interest,
Histogram, Frequency polygon, Profit and Loss,
Time and distance
Mixture and Alligation Time & Work
English Comprehension
Grammar,
Idioms & Phrases,
Common Error,
Sentence Correction,
Fill in the blanks etc.
SSC CGL Syllabus Tier II Exam Pattern
  1. Quantitative Abilities (200 marks)
  2. English Language and Comprehension (200 marks)
  3. Statistics (200 marks)
  4. General Studies (200 marks)

Paper I:  Quantitative Aptitude SSC Syllabus 2017-2018

Computation of whole numbers,
decimals, Basic Algebra & Elementary surds
Percentage.
Ratio & Proportio, Regular Polygons ,
Square roots, Averages, Circle,
Interest, Right Prism,
Profit and Loss, Right Circular Cone,
Discount, Right Circular Cylinder
Partnership Business. Graphs of Linear Equations,
Mixture and Alligation, Triangle and its various kinds of centres,
Time and distance,
Time & Work,
Sphere, Hemispheres, tangents,
Rectangular Parallelepiped,
Trigonometric ratio,
Degree and Radian Measures, Histogram,
Standard Identities, Frequency polygon,
Complementary angles Bar diagram & Pie chart
Heights and Distances,

Paper II: English language & Comprehension SSC Syllabus 2017-2018

Idioms & phrases,
active &passive voice,
fill in the blanks,
synonyms and antonyms,
spelling,
correct make of sentences,
comprehension passage etc.

Paper III: Commerce/Mathematics/Statistics/Economics SSC Syllabus 2017-2018

Programmers, Implementation, Ministry of Statistics, & Complier in RGI.

Collection, Classification & Presentation of Statistical Data:-

Methods of collection,
primary & secondary data,
tabulation of data,
frequency distribution etc
Measures of Central Tendency:-
Mean, medium,
mode, quartiles,
percentiles &deciles
Measures of Dispersion:-
mean deviation,
quartile deviation,
range,  Skewness and Kurtosis,
types of moments & their relationship,
meaning & different measures of Skewness and Kurtosis etc

Correlation & Regression:-

simple correlation coefficient,
simple regression lines,
Spearman’s rank correlation,
scatter diagram etc

Probability Theory:-

different definition and meaning of probability,
Bayes’ theorem ,
Conditional probability;
Compound probability;
Independent events.

Random Variable and Probability Distributions:-

Probability functions,
Binomial, random variable,
Expectation and Variance of a random variable;
higher moments of a random variable,
joint distribution of two random variables etc.

Analysis of Variance:–

Analysis of one and two way classified data.

Index no.:-

Meaning of Index Numbers,
Types of index number,
Different formulae,
Base shifting and splicing of index numbers,
Problems in the construction of index numbers,
uses of Index no’s ,
Cost of living index no’s.

Time Series Analysis:-

Components of time series,
Determinations of trend component by different methods,
Measurement of seasonal variation by different methods.
Paper IV: General Studies (Finance Economics)

Part A: Finance & Accounting:-Basic concepts & Fundamental principles:

Meaning, Scope & limitation of financial accounting,
nature, basic concepts & accounting principles,
journal, distinction between capital
ledger,  revenue expenditure,
trial balance, trading &profit and loss accounts,
single &double entry, Receipts and Payments and Income
rectification of errors, bill of exchange,
depreciation, Expenditure Accounts etc

Part B: Economics & Governance:

Theory of demand & supply, Laws of returns to scale.
meaning and determinants of demand, Indian Economy –
elasticity of demand, Nature of the Indian Economy
Meaning and determinants of supply, Role of different sectors-
Law of supply and Elasticity of Supply, Role of Agriculture,
Theory of consumer’s Industry and Services-
behaviour-Marshallian approach their problems, and growth
Indifference curve approach National Income of India-
Basic concepts of micro economics-nature, Concepts of national income,
scope, Methods of measuring national income
definition, Infrastructure-Energy,
methods, Transportation,
possibility curve Communication
Central problems of economy. Poverty and unemployment
Finance Commission-Role and functions Comptroller & Auditor General of India-
Theory of Production and cost Constitutional provisions,
Meaning and Factors of production; Role, and responsibility
Laws of production- Population-Its size,
Law of variable proportions 22 rate of growth and its implication
economic growth visions, Role, and responsibility

Money & Banking:

Budget and Fiscal deficits
Balance of payments
Role ,functions of RBI,
functions of commercial banks,
RRB,
payment banks
Fiscal Responsibility
Budget Management Act,2003

SSC CGL Exam Syllabus for Tier III :

Writing an essay /passage of around 250 words
Application writing approximately of 150 words

Selection Procedure: Candidate who have applied they will be selected based on the various tests which is conducted by the SSC (Staff Selection Commission) Board.

Tier 1 Exam: (Online based Test),

Tier 2 Exam: (Descriptive Type Exam),

Tier 3 Exam: (Skill Test).

All we know SSC CGL and SSC CHSL exam is one of the very tough exams that’s why here we collects the thousand of General knowledge question answers which is very important for that. SSC CGL and SSC CHSL GK part is the less time consuming and high scoring section. If you want to gain more score that time you have need to attempt GK section.

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