SSC CGL Preparation Strategy by Harshit Dwivedi - Examiner in CBEC(AIR 206)

Staff Selection Commission Combined – Graduate Level Examination is one of the most attempted exam of India with more than 15 lakh candidates applying for SSC CGL 2013 and SSC CGL 2014 with only around 5000 qualifying for interview posts and 8000 more for non interview posts. SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination is conducted in two phases.

First phase is Staff Selection Commission Combined which is of 200 marks. The break being 50 marks for Reasoning, 50 marks for General Studies, 50 marks of English Language and Comprehension. Out of total candidates appearing for SSC CGL Tier-1 Examination around 1 lakh of them are shortlisted for Tier-2 Examination on basis of Cut offs declared on an all India basis category wise.


The time allotted for Tier-1 2 hours.

Expected Cut offs of SSC CGL Tier 1 Examination Category Wise –

General Category – 95 to 105
OBC Category – 80 to 85
SC/ST Category – 65 to 75

Now a natural question will come to all of yours mind that how can 1 predict the cut offs of Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Tier-1 Exam when the exam is not still even conducted. So at this point of time I am making it clear to all of you guys that I am not predicting the cut offs of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam but I am telling you that how much minimum marks you all must target while preparing for SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam. One more thing if the paper of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam comes out to be very easy then the cut off may even overshoot the above given figures. The level of competition in exams like SSC CGL is growing day by day as more and more candidates are craving for Central Govt. jobs specially in view of the upcoming 7th Pay Commission which would almost double the salaries of Central Government employees from the present level.

Next comes phase 2 of the SSC CGL Examination which is famous as SSC CGL Tier 2 Examination. 

As far as my experience says it is Tier 2 where the real competition lies as this exam is beneficial to some extent for candidates of all streams. As the name of this exam is Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination this means that graduates of all streams are eligible to apply irrespective of their technical knowledge which they have gathered during their graduation studies.

Now let us have a look at   the scheme of Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier 2 –

Paper 1 – Quantitative Aptitude 200 marks having 100 questions to be attempted in 2 hours. Negative marking is there. For every question rightly answered 2 marks will be awarded and for every question wrongly answered (½) marks will be deducted.

Paper 2 – English Language and Comprehension 200 marks having 200 questions to be attempted in 2 hours. Negative marking is there. For every right answer you will be awarded one mark and for every wrong answer 0.25 marks will be deducted.

Now the beauty of SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam is that this exam evenly balances the exam in favour of students/graduates of all streams be it engineering, arts, medicine or any other stream. The reason for this is that upto 10th class everyone has studied Mathematics and English. The only point to note here is that what quality he has maintained while studying Mathematics and English at 10th level. In Mathematics there is some good news that higher topics like Permutation and Combination, Probability, Differentiation, Integration and Functions are not covered under the Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus of SSC Combined Graduation Level Tier 2 Examination.

Expected Cut offs of SSC CGL Tier 2 Examination –

Note that below cut offs are the aggregate marks of SSC CGL Tier 1 (200 marks) and SSC CGL Tier 2 (400 marks) that is out of 600 marks.

General Category – 400-430
OBC Category – 370-400
SC Category – 320-340
ST Category – 310-340 

Again I am repeating the fact that the above cut offs are not expected cut offs but they are the minimum cut offs that you should aim for in order to get yourself cross the line in the final merit in your respective categories. Now some of you would think that above mentioned figures are very high and they are really difficult to achieve and my friends I must say that you all are thinking right that above scores are real high to achieve and the cut offs may be much below above scores. I am only saying that you should target the above scores to make yourself easily cross the line in final merit.

Cut off of SSC CGL 2012 Tier 2 exam was 349 for unreserved category and the cut off SSC CGL 2013 Tier 2 exam was initially 424.5 for unreserved category but after under intense pressure/protests by candidates the cut off came down to 420 marks. There are more than 4000 candidates above the score of 420 marks.

Candidates who will qualify for Interview posts will get the chance of facing the interview which is of 100 marks.

Please not that the above cut offs of SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam are of interview posts.

Expected SSC CGL Tier 2 Cut offs of Non Interview Posts –

The cut offs of Non Interview Post of SSC CGL Tier 2 exam are around 20 to 25 marks less than the SSC CGL Interview Cut offs. 

Now if you are not able to clear the SSC Tier 2 cut offs of Interview post but have cleared the cut offs of SSC CGL Tier 2 Non Interview posts then also you will get a job. Now a natural question comes to our mind that what is the difference between SSC Combined Graduate Level Interview Post and SSC Combined Graduate Level Non Interview Post.

Interview Posts in SSC CGL are officer post in Group B and Group C of various Central Government departments. These posts are as follows –

(a) Assistant in Central Secretariat Services Group B having Grade Pay (GP) 4600
(b) Assistant in Central Vigilance Commission Group B having GP 4600
(c) Assistant in Intelligence Bureau Group B having Grade B 4600 
(d) Assistant in Ministry of Railways Group B having 4600 Grade Pay
(e) Assistant Ministry of External Affairs Group B 4600
(f) Assistant (cipher) Ministry of External Affairs Group B 4600
(g) Assistant AFHQ Group B 4600
(h) Assistant Other Ministries/Departmental Organizations Group B Grade Pay 4600
(i) Assistant Other Ministries/Departmental/Organizations Group B Grade Pay 4200
(j) Inspector of Income Tax – Central Board of Direct Taxes –Group C – Grade Pay 4600
(k) Inspector of Central Excise – Central Board of Excise and Customs – Group B –GP 4600 
(l) Inspector (Preventive officer) Central Board of Excise and Customs Group B GP 4600 
(j) Inspector of Income Tax Central Board of Direct Taxes Group C Grade Pay 4600
(k) Inspector of Central Excise Central Board of Excise and Customs Group B GP 4600 
(l) Inspector (Preventive officer) Central Board of Excise and Customs Group B GP 4600
(m) Inspector (Examiner) Central Board of Excise and Customs Group B GP 4600
(n) Assistant Enforcement officer Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue Group C GP 4600
(o) Sup Inspectors in Central Bureau of Investigation Group C 4200
(p) Inspector of Posts in Department of Post Group B GP 4200 
(q) Divisional Accountant Offices under (AG) Group C GP 4200 
(r) Statistical Investigator Grade II in Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation Group B GP 4200 
(s) Inspector in Central Bureau of Narcotics in Group B GP 4200
These were Interview Posts and now I will tell you about the posts in Non Interview Posts which are non doubt very good job opportunities but their pay scale is little lower than Interview posts. These posts are –
(t) Auditor in offices under CAG (Controller and Auditor General) Group C GP 2800
(u) Auditor in offices under CGDA (Controller General of Defence Accounts) Group C GP 2800
(v) Auditor in offices under CGA and others Group C GP 2800
(w) Accountant/Junior Accountant in offices under Comptroller and Auditor General GP 2800 Group C
(x) Accountant/Junior Accountant in offices under CGA and others Group C GP 2800
(y) Upper Division Clerk in Central Government) Ministries other than CSCS cadres Group C GP 2400 
(z) Tax Assistant in Central Board of Direct Taxes in Group C Grade Pay 2400
(a) Tax Assistant in Central Board of Excise and Customs in Group C Grade Pay 2400
(b) Compiler in Registrar General of India in Group C and Grade Pay 2400
(c) Sub-Inspector in Central Bureau of Narcotics in Group C in Grade Pay 2400

So as you can see above that all these Central Government jobs are very quality jobs with good salary specially after the implementation of 7th Pay Commission.

Now some points about the interview of Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Examination. Interview is of 100 marks and this is basically a personality test in which it is quite difficult to score. The people who will interview you are senior Government/IAS officials and they are really good at assessing your personality so it would be better if you remain cool and calm during the interview. If you are able to score more than 60 marks in your Interview/personality Test then it will be a very good performance Guys who are scoring more than 70 have a big edge over other fellow competitors.

So now the picture is clear to us. The final merit of SSC CGL Exam will be prepared by adding by adding the marks obtained in Tier 1 (200 marks), Tier 2 (400 marks) and Interview (100 marks) so a total of 200+ 400+100+=700 marks 

One thing at this point of my article I will like to tell you that while preparing for SSC CGL you should set a target to score at least 500 marks out of 700. I know scoring 500 marks out of 700 is a real big deal but you should aim for that because if we aim big than we will score big. 

Personal Experience with SSC CGL Examination - 

I am not getting over ambitious here as I know how difficult it is to score in SSC CGL. I will like to tell all of you guys some Stats and experience of mine while attempting SSC CGL Exam. I completed my graduation in 2010 and was working in a Multinational Corporation in Noida. In SSC CGL 2012. I took my first attempt at this exam while continuing my job without any preparation. As I am from engineering background is SSC CGL 2012 Tier 1 Exam. I was able to solve decent amount of questions in Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning sections and scored 96 marks out of 200 in Tier 1. 

The cut of SSC CGL 2012 Tier 1 was 82. In SSC CGL 2012 Tier 2 I score was around 223 (105 in Quantitative Aptitude and 118 in English language and Comprehension). So a total of around 320 out of 600 in SSC CGL 2012 Tier 1 and Tier 2. I was finally allotted Auditor department CGDA (Controller General of Defence Accounts)

As my attempt in SSC CGL 2012 was not with appropriate preparation and still I managed a post in CGDA so I decided that I will leave my job and dedicated myself fully for preparing for SSC CGL 2013. I left my job and started full fledged preparation of SSC CGL 2013. And at this point of time my bad time started. 

Why bad?

Here is the reason – I appeared for SSC CGL 2013 Tier 1 and scored 130.75. Looking at the easy level of Tier 1 paper I would consider my score an average performance as all over India I was not even in top 2000. But I was working hard for SSC CGL Tier 2 2013 and my paper went good. When I calculated my score by the official SSC answer keys my score was 175 (Quantitative Aptitude) and 149 (English Language and Comprehension) so a total of 175+149=324

So my aggregate score was 130.75 (SSC CGL 2013 Tier 1) + 324 (SSC CGL 2013 Tier 2) = 454.75

Last year in SSC CGL 2012 the Cut off was 349 and at 454.75 in SSC CGL 2013, I was sure that I will be in top 1000 in India and with a decent interview performance I thought I would get an interview post. I was happy with my performance and was especially happy because of the recognition I will get from my friends and relatives for having a central government job. I was eagerly waiting for the results. 6 months passed and I was still waiting for the results. During this time all the news about the paper leak/court case and then came the decision. SSC CGL 2013 Tier 1 and Tier 2 both were cancelled. This was shattering. I cannot explain the amount of frustration I was suffering from.

Now what was the effect of the cancellation of SSC CGL 2013 -

Aspirants who were scoring good were not preparing for SSC CGL 2014 and all candidates who did not fare well in SSC CGL 2013 they were preparing with full speed.

This cancellation was a boon for aspirants who fared bad in SSC CGL 2013 and was utter frustration for candidates who performed well initially.

Reexamination of SSC CGL 2013 happened and as I was not in flow. My performance this time was on a lower side. Also on the day of SSC CGL 2013 Tier 1 Re-examination I was having 101 degree fever and I score only 121.25 in SSC CGL 2013 Tier 1 Reexamination. Confidence was shattered but still having confidence I appeared for Tier 2. I scored 176.5 (Quantitative Aptitude) and 140 (English Language and Comprehension) having an aggregate of 437.75 in SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 but still not in top 2000 of India.

Then came SSC CGL 2014. The paper was on 19th and 26th October 2014 and when I checked my admit card I was highly surprised that my admit card was not uploaded. I filled my form through SSC Central Region so immediately I went to Allahabad. There they told to me that they have not received my details from SSC Head Office so they can not do anything. They told me to submit an application and wait for their response. I felt like as if they were saying that you can not give this exam now. I went four time to Allahabad in 10 days to get the same answer from every single person that I met. So I kind of got to know that I will not give SSC CGL 2014. 19th October passed away and still no admit card. But fortunately there were many like me whose admit cards were not uploaded and they created a sort of ruckus in New Delhi Head Office and suddenly on the morning of 22nd October my admit card was uploaded, four days before the exam. I had not studied in the last 25 days but still I was happy I was getting a chance to appear.

I scored 130 in SSC CGL 2014 Tier 1 less than what I expected from myself.

Then came SSC CGL 2013 Final result and I got Inspector Central Excise with an All India Rank of 1545 so this was one good news for me.

I appeared with full force for SSC CGL 2014 TIER 2 and scored 177.5(Quantitative Aptitude) plus 176.25(English) with a cumulative score of 484.25. I could have scored more if Tier 1 would have happened according to my expectations.

In interview I got an average 60 thanks to the Allahabad Interview Board. I felt like I was appearing for UPSC Interview.

Finally an overall score of 544.25 with an All Over India Rank of 206. Got Inspector Examiner in Central Board of Excise and Customs which is my dream post. I know I could have done much better but not always things go according to what we plan them to be.

So friends here I should stop with my experience and coming to the syllabus and study plan/material for SSC CGL

Syllabus of SSC CGL Tier 1 and SSC CGL Tier 2 –

Study plan and material –

Here I will deal with Quantitative Aptitude section and the English Language & Comprehension section combinedly as they are common in SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 Exam.

How to prepare for General Awareness Section of SSC CGL Tier 1 – 

If we properly analyse the previous year papers of General Awareness section you will find that you cannot devise a clear cut strategy for General Awareness section of SSC CGL as it is very unpredictable. We can say that around 6 to 8 questions out of the 50 questions of this section are from current affairs and the rest of them are from static general studies sections like Economy, Indian Constitution, Physical, World, Indian and Human Geography, Indian History, Science and Technology.

So here according to my experience it is almost impossible to complete all of the above topics in totality. So for current affairs I would like to advise you to regularly read news papers. Reading newspaper should be a part of your daily life. It will also help you in the English Language and Comprehension section of SSC CGL Tier 1 and SSC CGL Tier 2 paper.

If you are not used to reading newspapers then you may purchase any updated current affairs issue of the last 6-8 months of any reputed publication like Arihant, Upkar, Made easy etc. Please make sure that the book is concise and not very bulky as this book is going to help you in only 6 to 8 questions that is a total weightage of only 8 marks out of 600 so study current affairs but do not denote too much time to study it.

For covering the static general studies section you can read the General/Studies book of Lucent Publication. Book can be found here. Keep in mind that there is no guarantee that questions from this book would be asked so do selective reading of this book.

How to study for General Intelligence and Reasoning Section of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam –


Reasoning that you will see in SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam is easy to deal with. The variety and types of questions asked have been the same in last 4 to 5 years papers of SSC CGL Tier 1. The questions are not at all difficult. You can solve them without any preparation but in an all over India competitive exam like SSC CGL we have to see how much less time we have taken to solve the question. Practice more and more reasoning. You can refer to this book.  But it would be more advisable to solve questions that have come in previous year papers of SSC Exams. Practise them repeatedly as they are asked again and again.

How to study for Quantitative Aptitude of SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 –

This section and English section have the highest weightage in overall merit having a weight of 250 marks each out of a maximum of 600 marks.

When dealing with Quant, one good news which I have already told earlier is that you have not to deal with higher mathematics topics like Functions, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Differentiation, Integration. All topics mentioned above must be covered. You cannot afford leaving any one of them. If you think that you can leave any topic and prepare other topics well then I must say that you are on the wrong track. You can not leave any topic of Quantitative Aptitude as you never know how many questions from that particular topic would be asked.

My advise to you in preparation of this section would be to practice and solve more and more questions and to solve them again and again. With quantity, quality of your studies must also be maintained. My point is that if you solve 1000 questions 1 time and in other situation you solve 500 question two or three times then the second method would be more effective. The most important challenge is to retain things inside our mind.

Lastly it is important to look at question asked in last 5 years in SSC CGL Examination. You will see that question of same pattern has been asked many times in SSC Examinations. It is important to grab that pattern. I will again repeat you need to catch the pattern of questions asked in previous year examinations.

One good news for you is that I will prepare all videos of quantitative aptitude topics as I have been teaching in leading coaching institutes of India for some time now. Kindly note all these videos are free. You do not need to pay any money to watch them. They are available at the below link.

Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Video Lectures

Some books that you can refer to for this section’s preparation. Purchasing any one of them would help.

Link 1 Link 2

How to study English Language and Comprehension for SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 – 

This section as told earlier is equivalent to the quantitative aptitude section in weightage. The only problem while solving this part in Tier 2 is that the questions are 200 and time only 2 hours. It is being said that SSC CGL in future would be online but if any case it is still pen and paper then you need at least 15 to 20 minutes for darkening the bubbles.

The strategy for preparing this particular section I will tell by segregating the particular topics asked in this section –

(a) Ashok Kumar Singh Mirrors of Common Errors is a must read book for this particular English section as it will you in error finding grammatical questions 20 of which are asked in Tier 2. It will also help you in Fill in the Blanks sections and now the most important it will help you in both Direct to Indirect and Active to Passive conversion. There are around 50 questions out of 200 questions from Direct Indirect and Active Passive. So this book will help you in solving around 80 questions in SSC CGL Tier 2 English Language and Comprehension sections. Link of the book

(b) Newspaper reading is must for vocab and comprehension questions. For vocabulary that is antonyms and synonyms the best way to prepare is newspaper reading. We can refer to the antonyms and synonym sections of SP Bakshi to study them. Comprehension is something that needs practice and reading which can be done only through regular reading. So it is important that you start reading newspaper daily at least 6 months prior to the paper/exam date.

(c) SP Bakshi General English will help you in some sections like Antonyms and Synonyms, One word Substitution and practising Comprehension questions. Be selective while reading from SP Bakshi as whole book is too big to complete. It is advisable to ignore the grammar section of SP Bakshi as one big problem in SP Bakshi grammar sections is that they have not given elaborate solutions which are very important for learning grammar. This is why I am saying to refer to Book Mirrors of Common Errors as it has given elaborate solutions.

Please note that while preparing for English do not refer to too many books as more and more information is going to create confusion.

Conclusion – Friends at last I am finishing my article about SSC CGL Examination. This exam is very desired as some of the best post like Inspector of Income Tax and Assistant in Central Secretariat Services is through this exam. Guys if you have any doubt regarding anything about SSC CGL Exam you can ask that through comment section below.

39 comments:

  1. Your story inspired me a lot ,thank you. Is there any best book for GK other than Lucent ?

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    1. frankly speaking lucent is really big to study it for 50 marks of cgl......do selected reading of polity modern history.......there is no other consolidated quality book(having all topics) in my mind.....but u can refer to video lectures of economy and geography on mrunal......and dont give too much time on this gs section of cgl.....please do not waste your precious time in reading some copied content pasted in various books available in the market.....they are not going to help.....HOPE THAT HELPS......Feel free to ask any more of your queries....

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    2. thank you again,for giving reply.Actually i do want some guidance....i have some books can please give a peace of advise is that enough or not... i am listing the books below which i have

      For Quantitative aptitude: Quantitative aptitude by R.S.Aggarwal ,Quantitative aptitude Quantum CAT by sarvesh K verma.

      For English : Objective General English SP Bakshi, Word Power Made Easy

      For GK : Lucent

      For Reasoning : A modern approach to verbal and non verbal by R.S. Agarwal


      If you have any idea about Quantitative aptitude Quantum CAT by sarvesh K verma there are 2 levels at end of each chapter .is level 1 is enough for ssc cgl both tier 1 and tier 2 for the topics like trigonometry,geometry,mensuration....

      Actually for English you referred Ashok Kumar Singh Mirrors of Common Errors sorry but i dont know hindi. is sp bakshi enough ?? or could you refer other book...

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  2. Friend when it comes to SSC CGL we all have to do very specific type of study....if you are solving Quantitative aptitude by R.S.Aggarwal ,Quantitative aptitude Quantum CAT by sarvesh K verma it is more than enough but if you have not solved those type of questions which we regularly see in quant section of tier 1 and tier 2 then you can not score more than 85 percent in maths.....this means you have to practise those type of questions which we often see in ssc maths section....for that please purchase kiran books of mock papers of ssc tier 1 and tier 2 and solve them repeatedly.

    for english vocab normal newspaper reading and writing meanings of words is enough.....word power made easy is too much.....it's better to refer word power made easy when you are preparing for CAT.......I myself was able to secure 95 plus percentile in english section of CAT without referring to word power made easy......my point is that it will take you a lot of time in reading word power made easy......you can utilise that time for other topics.......

    SP Bakshi is a very good book........

    Lucent as I have already said, read selected topics.......

    Reasoning book A modern approach to verbal and non verbal by R.S. Agarwal I have myself not seen so can not comment but still any book will help if you are doing paper oriented preparation meaning you need to focus on those type of questions which are asked in cgl exam......so again practise the mocks of kiran book(reasoning section) of tier 1......

    As far as level 1 and level 2 questions of Quantum CAT you know that the level of SSC is way below CAT.......IF you are feeling uncomfortable with level 2 question do not do them but make sure you are clear on the conceptual side.....for trigonometry, geometry, mensuration, coordinate geometry I would say that i have covered the concepts in detail in my videos and questions you can practise from kiran mocks as they are very very helpful because those are the questions which will be asked in real SSC Exam....

    Mirrors of Common Errors is very useful for those candidates who are weak in grammar portion of english.....my grammar portion is weak and that was the reason why i found Mirrors of Common Errors very useful.....if your grammar is upto the mark then you don't need Mirrors of Common Errors.......SP Bakshi has good content but with inadequate and incomplete solutions.........sp bakshi is good for everything in english except grammar portion....

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  3. thank you very much my dear friend, with your website you are making many ekalavyas but unlike drona you are teaching knowingly

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  4. could you give me a brief information about difference of job profile for assistant & personal assistant in INDIAN FOREIGN SERVICE..

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    1. I do not know too much about IFS but the similarity in both of these jobs is that work pressure is really very high.....the work is not very innovative it is the same monotonous type of work you would have to do in both of them......obviously the domain of the work would be different......in IFS one of my friends told that if you know a foreign language than that can be of added advantage......I am sorry I do not know specific detail about both of these departments.....

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    2. one thing more, maximum of your work would be clerical in nature in both the jobs.....preparing excel sheets, covering letter type of stuff.......

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  5. Hi friend i heard that there will be no interview for ssc cgl 2016 if it is true ,is there descriptive test instead of interview ?do you have any idea regarding the change of syllabus ? please let me know if you know about this ..

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  6. Interviews would not be there and in a way this step is really very good as Interviews were the most discriminatory part in the whole selection process......Some boards like Allahabad board are really very tough and are very stubborn in giving numbers and some Interview boards of South are really distributing numbers......for example one guy X and other guy Y attended same interview board in SSC CGL 2013 and both of them scored 64 and this year guy X attended Allahabad board and secured 60 marks whereas guy Y attended a south interview board and scored 82 marks......WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT.......So SSC Interview is not a test of personality but a test of luck........

    No clarity about descriptive paper would be there until the official SSC CGL Notification is out.....

    As far as syllabus is concerned I do not think that there would be much change in it......However any changes will be clear only when the official notification of exam is out.....

    All information given by me is based on my personal experience and I can not take responsibility for their truthfullness.... Please follow them at your own risk......Any further questions are most welcome.......

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  7. Hi friend, My name is kartheek i am preparing for ssc cgl ,present my age is 29 years, my Father is a Senior Assistant working in state governament and his annual income is approximately 700000 lak. SO I am allegeble in OBC Reservation Category are not Please telme.

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    1. Dear friend I am really sorry as I am not sure about it.............

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    2. sorry bro you are not eligible for OBC Category as you come under Creamy layer.

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    3. yes you are eligible. Creamy layer doesn't include Salary income, it only include your business earnings if you have and agricultural income.
      also, if your father is direct entry to grade 1 or 2 then you are creamy layer but if your father started from lower cadre then you are non creamy. if hope that clears your doubt.

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  8. sir,how is the book quicker maths book by m. tyra for maths preparation?

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    1. m tyra book is good as no book is bad....but while solving you need to understand the concepts not learn it.......the moment you start memorising maths you are bound to fail....

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  9. sir i have to decide between kiran all prev GA 8325+ and Lucent, i cant do both for obvious reasons , plz guide me with this and also give reason for your choice.
    Also it seems that SSC recycles the ques from its past papers, considering that i decided on kiran, but mugging it questions does not inspire confidence the way lucent does. With lucent it feels as if preparation has a direction and content. what to do??

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  10. please do not mug up the 8325 plus previous year questions....no guarantee that they would be repeated.....lucent is definitely a good option......also please read hindu/indian express on a daily basis.....

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  11. Hello sir, first of all I would like to thank you for uploading your videos. They are very useful. I have just started to watch your videos not seen all of them.
    Sir, please give your valuable advice for the below doubts.
    1) I want to know whether problems on clocks, probability and permutation & combination, topics are included in CGL syllabus or no.
    2) Minimum how much marks one should get/target in cgl tier-1 in order to get inspector post.
    3) I work in a private company, can I prepare in 3 months for upcoming cgl 2016 while working.
    4) How one can score good in English section who is not from English medium school.

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  12. how can u solve 50 question of maths in 40 minutes in cgl tier 1

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  13. I'm pursuing my b.tech final year.. Can I apply for SSC cgl 2016??

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  14. Sir how to join ur ssc cgl tier 1, 2016 facebook secret

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  15. I want to get 450+ nd ready to work hard with smartness

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  16. Thanks Thanks A Lot Sir,
    I Am Very Thankful To You For Give The Information Through Blog.
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  17. Hi, You are doing a great work!. Can you please let me know about the profile of CBI sub inspector? And also, it would be great if you can throw some light on the benefits as well. Thanks!

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  18. Sir I am studying for ssc cgl, I am facing problems studying geometry, how much is the weightage for geometry in exam.what should I do to clear concepts in geometry.please share the link of your geometry lecture.

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  20. Sir please suggest how can I improve geometry.please provide link of your geometry lecture.

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  23. sir there is advertisement for north-west region post 2016 and eastern region post 2016
    i have doubt that these all post comes under CGL tier-2 examinations...???
    please let me know,and tell me how to get prepare for above examinations

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  24. Sir, can you please tell me which topics are enough to prepare for SSC CGL in Lucent GK book

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  26. Sir, could you please suggest me which topics are enough to prepare for
    SSC CGL in Lucent GK book.

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  27. Harshit Sir, Please make some time and guide us for CGL-17. Please provide strategy for new pattern (online CGL exam). Also this time CGL-16 prelims cut off was too high, so sir please update us on how can we best prepare for CGL-17. Its been long time you have not replied to recent comments. Your advice is much much needed for us sir. Kindly reply sir. Thank you.

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  28. might you be able to give me a brief data about difference of job profile for assistance and INDIAN FOREIGN SERVICE..Latest Sarkari Naukri

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