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  • Last Modified on 27-07-2022
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  • Last Modified on 27-07-2022

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Staff Selection Commission conducts the SSC CGL exam in order to recruit the eligible staff for Group B and C posts in various ministries/departments/organisations of the Government of India.

It is a national level examination that consists of four stages: Tier-I, Tier-II, Tier-III, and Tier-IV. Only those candidates who clear all the levels will get their appointment letters.

 

 

SSC CGL Tier 2

The Staff Selection Commission published the SSC CGL 2021-22 Tier 1 final answer key on July 14, 2022. Earlier, the Commission announced the SSC CGL 2020-21 Tier 3 result on its official website on July 07, 2022. Thus, candidates can check the result as well as the answer key online at ssc.nic.in. Furthermore, they must enter their registration/ roll number and password to check the result and answer key.

Earlier, SSC announced the exam dates for CGL Tier 2 and Tier 3. According to the notice, they will conduct SSC CGL Tier 2 on August 08 and 10. Furthermore, they will hold SSC CGL Tier 3 on August 21, 2022. Candidates who cleared the Tier 1 exam are qualified to appear for Tier 2 and Tier 3 exams.

SSC CGL Tier 2 Overview

Candidates can further check the overview of the exam below:

Exam Name Combined Graduate Level Examination
Exam Conducting Body Staff Selection Commission
Exam Category Undergraduate
Exam Mode Online (Tier I & II) & Offline (Tier III & IV)
Exam Type National Level Exam
Mode of Application Online
Number of Vacancies 7,035
Number of Posts 32
Medium of Language English and Hindi
Exam Helpdesk No 011-69999845
Official Website ssc.nic.in

Official Website Link

https://ssc.nic.in/

Number of Posts/Vacancies

7,035

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Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Exam pattern details - Scoring pattern (+/- Marking)

Here, we have provided the SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Pattern as per the official guidelines. Candidates must go through the table given below to know more about the same.

Subjects No. of Questions Maximum Marks
Quantitative Abilities 100 200
English Language and Comprehension 200 200
Statistics 100 200
General Studies
(Finance and Economics)
100 200
TOTAL 500 800

Exam pattern details - Total time

    1. Candidates will be given 2 Hours or 120 Minutes to complete each paper. 
    2. The questions in the SSC CGL Tier-II will be of objective type in which candidates will have to choose one correct answer from the given four options.
    3. 0.25 mark will be deducted on each wrong answer in the English Language and Comprehension (Paper-II) of the SSC CGL Tier-II exam and 0.50 mark in Paper I, Paper III, and Paper IV. 
    4. Paper I and Paper II in Tier-II are compulsory for all Group B and C posts. 
    5. Paper III is compulsory for candidates who have applied for a Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) post in the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation.
    6. Paper IV is compulsory for those candidates who are selected after taking the Tier I exam and registered for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer.

Exam Calendar

SSC CGL Tier-I Exam Dates August 13 to August 24, 2021
SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Dates January 28 and 29, 2022
SSC CGL Tier-III Exam Dates February 06, 2022
SSC CGL Tier-IV Exam Dates To be Notified

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

For Paper I (Quantitative Abilities): Topics

Computation of Whole Numbers Decimals Fractions and Relationships Between Numbers Percentage
Ratio & Proportion Square roots Averages Interest
Profit and Loss Discount Partnership Business Mixture and Alligation
Time and Distance Time & Work Basic Algebraic Identities of School Algebra & Elementary Surds Graphs of Linear Equations
Triangle and its various kinds of centres Congruence and similarity of triangles Circle and its chords Tangents
Angles subtended by chords of a circle Common tangents to two or more circles Triangle Quadrilaterals
Regular Polygons Circle Right Prism Right Circular Cone
Right Circular Cylinder Sphere Hemispheres Rectangular Parallelepiped
32. Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base Trigonometric ratio Degree and Radian Measures Standard Identities
Complementary angles Heights and Distances Histogram Frequency Polygon

For Paper II (English Language and Comprehension)

1. Spot the error
2. Fill in 21 the blanks
3. Synonyms
4. Antonyms
5. Spelling/ Detecting misspelled word
6. Idioms & phrases
7. One word substitution
8. Improvement of sentences
9. Active/ passive voice of verbs
10. Conversion into direct/indirect narration
11. Shuffling of sentence parts
12. Shuffling of sentences in a passage
13. Cloze passage & comprehension passages


Paper III (Statistics)

Headings Topics
Collection, Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data Primary and Secondary data
Methods of data collection
Tabulation of data
Graphs and charts
Frequency distributions
Diagrammatic presentation of frequency distributions
Measures of Central Tendency Common measures of central tendency - mean median and mode
Partition values- quartiles, deciles, percentiles
Measures of Dispersion Common measures dispersion – range, quartile deviations, mean deviation and standard deviation
Measures of relative dispersion
Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis Different types of moments and their relationship
Meaning of skewness and kurtosis,
Different measures of skewness and kurtosis
Correlation and Regression Scatter diagram
Simple correlation coefficient
Simple regression lines
Spearman’s rank correlation
Measures of association of attributes
Multiple regression
Multiple and partial correlations (For three variables only)
Probability Theory Meaning of probability
Different definitions of probability
Conditional probability
Compound probability
Independent events
Bayes’ theorem
Random Variable and Probability Distributions Random variable
Probability functions
Expectation and Variance of a random variable
Higher moments of a random variable
Binomial, Poisson, Normal and Exponential distributions
Joint distribution of two random variables (discrete)
Sampling Theory Concept of population and sample
Parameter and statistic
Sampling and non-sampling errors
Probability and nonprobability sampling techniques (simple random sampling, stratified sampling, multistage sampling, multiphase sampling, cluster sampling, systematic sampling, purposive sampling, convenience sampling and quota sampling)
Sampling distribution (statement only)
Sample size decisions
Statistical Inference Point estimation and interval estimation
Properties of a good estimator
Methods of estimation (Moments method, Maximum likelihood method, Least squares method)
Testing of hypothesis
Basic concept of testing
Small sample and large sample tests, Tests based on Z, t, Chi-square and F statistic
Confidence intervals
Analysis of Variance Analysis of one-way classified data and two way classified data
Time Series Analysis Components of time series, Determinations of trend component by different methods, Measurement of seasonal variation by different methods
Index Numbers Meaning of Index Numbers
Problems in the construction of index numbers
Types of index number
Different formulae
Base shifting and splicing of index numbers
Cost of living Index Numbers
Uses of Index Number

Paper IV (General Studies - Finance and Economics)

Part A: Finance and Accounts

Headings Topics
Financial Accounting Nature and scope
Limitations of Financial Accounting
Basic concepts and Conventions
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Basic Concepts of Accounting Single and double entry
Books of original Entry
Bank Reconciliation
Journal
ledgers
Trial Balance
Rectification of Errors
Manufacturing
Trading
Profit & loss Appropriation Accounts
Balance Sheet Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure
Depreciation Accounting
Valuation of Inventories
Non-profit organisations Accounts
Receipts and Payments and Income & Expenditure Accounts
Bills of Exchange
Self Balancing Ledgers

Part B: Economics and Governance

Headings Topics
Comptroller & Auditor General of India Constitutional provisions, role and responsibility
Finance Commission Roles and Functions
Basic Concepts of Economics and Introduction to Microeconomics Definition, scope and nature of Economics
Methods of economic study and Central problems of an economy and Production possibilities curve
Theory of Demand and Supply Meaning and determinants of demand
Law of demand and Elasticity of demand, Price, income and cross elasticity
Theory of consumer’s behaviour Marshallian approach and Indifference curve approach
Meaning and determinants of supply
Law of supply and Elasticity of Supply
Theory of Production and Cost Meaning and Factors of production
Laws of production- Law of variable proportions and Laws of returns to scale
Forms of Market and price determination in different markets Various forms of markets
Perfect Competition
Monopoly
Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
Price determination in these markets
Indian Economy Nature of the Indian Economy Role of different sectors - Role of Agriculture, Industry and Services and their problems and growth
National Income of India - Concepts of national income, Different methods of measuring national income
Population - Its size, rate of growth and its implication on economic growth
Poverty and unemployment - Absolute and relative poverty, types, causes and incidence of unemployment
Infrastructure - Energy, Transportation, Communication
Economic Reforms in India Economic reforms since 1991
Liberalisation
Privatisation
Globalisation
Disinvestment
Money and Banking Monetary/ Fiscal policy - Role and functions of Reserve Bank of India, functions of commercial Banks/ RRB/ Payment Banks
Budget and Fiscal deficits and Balance of payments
Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, 2003
Role of Information Technology in Governance  

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

To score well in the SSC CGL Tier-II exam, candidates must make and follow a proper study plan. The apt preparation tips will help the aspirants cover all the required topics in a particular time frame and have enough time for revision. Here, we have enlisted some beneficial tips and tricks to clear the Tier-II exam in the first attempt. Candidates must go through the same for a better understanding. 

Preparation Tips For Quantitative Abilities:

  1. As per the exam analysis, the topics asked in the SSC CGL exam are usually from the Class 10th syllabus. This section is the most important, having the highest weightage among other sections. Preparing for SSC CGL Maths requires a lot of concentration as well as more time. The most important topics that you need to focus more on are listed here.
  2. Candidates are advised to focus on fast calculation and short methods of the Arithmetic section. Meanwhile, this subject requires special attention to Algebra, Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Trigonometry, and Mensuration.
  3. Aspirants can start their thorough preparation from the number system since it is the most basic concept.
  4. Profit and Loss: Solving sums with big values will help fully understand this topic.
  5. Interest: Similar to Profit and Loss, candidates can prepare for this section by practising sums with big values.
  6. There are other topics like circles, slopes that are covered under the Geometry chapter. It is advised to brush up on the basic knowledge of angles, congruence, coordinate geometry will be helpful for that. 
  7. This section evaluates your numerical ability and problem-solving skills. Regular practice is mandatory.

Preparation Tips for English Language and Comprehension:

  1. To enhance their skills in the language, candidates must read any English newspapers on a daily basis. It will help you be aware of the daily current affairs news & simultaneously your vocabulary & reading speed will also improve.
  2. There will be questions related to Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement, Active Passive Voice, Direct Indirect Speech topics, and more in the grammar section.
  3. It is advised to all the appearing candidates to use an English dictionary while reading newspapers and relevant books. To score well in the vocabulary & comprehension parts, they will have to build up their reading skills.
  4. Solve previous years’ papers or model test papers on a daily basis. Aspirants can check out the Expected & Previous Years SSC CGL Cut-Off to set the goals they need to cross for cracking the CGL Exam.

Preparation Tips for Statistics:

  1. Thorough preparation of the Quantitative Aptitude section will automatically help candidates have a good catch on the statistics section. This section is an extension of Maths. 
  2. Solve abundant questions on topics such as primary and secondary data, methods of data collection, graphs, charts, tabulation of data, mean, median, mode, common measures of dispersion, etc. 
  3. Candidates can also use school level textbooks to make their basics more strong. It is advised to diligently learn the statistics of Class 10th, 11th, and 12th by referring to good books. 
  4. Note down all the important formulas of each topic and revise them regularly to make it easier for aspirants to solve questions without any confusion. 
  5. It is advised to attempt at least 70-80 questions regularly to clear out the doubts in a particular time frame. 

Preparation Tips for General Studies (Economics and Finance)

  1. For Finance and Accounts, candidates are advised to focus on all the important topics such as Rectification of Errors, Profit & Loss Appropriation Accounts, Non-profit Organisations Accounts, Valuation of Inventories, Income & Expenditure Accounts, Trading, Depreciation Accounting, Receipts and Payments and Bills of Exchange, Self-Balancing Ledgers, etc.
  2. Aspirants can refer to Class XI and XII NCERT Books for Accounts subject to understand the basics for each topic. 
  3. For Economics, candidates should have complete knowledge of topics such as Constitutional Provisions of Comptroller & Auditor General of India, Role and Functions of Finance Commission, Introduction to Microeconomics, Theory of Demand and Supply, Theory of Production and Cost, Forms of Market and Price Determination, Indian Economy, Economic Reforms in India, Money and Banking, Role of Information Technology in Governance, and more. 
  4. Go through Class XII’s Macro and Micro Economics books to have a good catch on the said subject.

Exam Taking Strategy

While preparing for your exams you need to have a reliable study schedule so that you dont miss out on any important chapter or topic. A concrete study plan is required to obtain excellent marks in SSC CGL Tier-II exams. To help candidates prepare for the SSC CGL Tier-II exams, we have provided a few-useful exam-taking strategies and tips.

  1. Candidates must make sure that they have access to all the revised study material.
  2. Candidates should be aware of the reduction in the syllabus if any.
  3. Candidates should cover the entire syllabus including the important chapters and topics.
  4. Candidates should allot equal time for each subject.
  5. Candidates should revise the entire syllabus thoroughly.
  6. After completing the entire syllabus, candidates need to work on their weak areas.
  7. Candidates can improve their scores by attempting Embibe’s SSC CGL Tier 2 mock tests and practice papers.
  8. Candidates should keep writing notes while studying and revisit them during revision time.

Previous Year Analysis

Previous Year Analysis

Previous Year Papers

Here, we have provided the SSC CGL Tier-II previous year exam analysis. Candidates must go through the tables given below for a better understanding.

Exam Date Shift 1 Shift 2
November 15, 2020 Reporting Time- 09:00 AM
Exam Time- 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Reporting Time- 02:00 PM
Exam Time- 03:00 PM – 05:00 PM
November 16, 2020 Reporting Time- 09:00 AM
Exam Time- 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Reporting Time- 02:00 PM
Exam Time- 03:00 PM – 05:00 PM
November 17, 2020 Reporting Time- 09:00 AM
Exam Time- 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Reporting Time- 02:00 PM
Exam Time- 03:00 PM – 05:00 PM
November 18, 2020 Reporting Time- 09:00 AM
Exam Time- 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Reporting Time- 02:00 PM
Exam Time- 03:00 PM – 05:00 PM


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 18, 2020): Quantitative Aptitude

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 100
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 Quantitative Abilities Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.50 Marks Deducted for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy to Moderate


Note:
According to the previous year’s exam analysis, the Quantitative Aptitude in SSC CGL Tier-II is moderate. Candidates must practice as many questions related to the said section in order to write correct answers. 

Check the number of questions asked in the Quantitative Aptitude section from the table given below:

Topics No. of Questions
Trigonometry 8-9
Algebra 8-9
Geometry (Normal & Co-ordinated) 13-15
DI 8-9
Mensuration (2D & 3D) 10-11
Number System, HCL, HCF 7-8
Simplification 4-5
Profit & Loss, Discount, 10-12
Percentages and Average 6-7
Time & work 5
SI/CI 5-6
Time, Speed & Distance, Boats & Streams, Trains 5-6
Ratio & proportion 2-3
Partnerships 1 to 2
Mixture – Alligation, Partnership, Ratio 3-4
Miscellaneous 2
Total 100


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 18, 2020): English Language

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 200
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 English Language Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.25 Marks Deducted for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy to Moderate


Note:
As per the observation, a lot of questions from this section were easy to moderate.

Here, we have enlisted the number of questions asked for each topic. Candidates must go through the table for a better understanding.

Topics No. of Questions
Spot the error 4-10
Synonyms 5-8
Fill in the blanks. 10-13
Antonyms 15-18
Spelling/ detection of misspelt words 12-18
One word Distribution 10-12
Idioms & Phrases 5-8
Improvement of Sentences 10
Active Passive Voice 10-14
Direct & Indirect Sentences 8-10
Para Jumbles 10-12
Cloze Passage 5-8
Comprehension Passage 4-5
Misc 6-0
Total 200


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 17, 2020): Quantitative Aptitude

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 100
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 Quantitative Abilities Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.50 Marks Deducted for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy To Moderate


Check the number of questions asked for each topic from the table given below:

Topics No. of Questions
Trigonometry 7-8
Algebra 7-8
Geometry (Normal & Co-ordinated) 13-14
Pie Chart DI 5
Mensuration (2D & 3D) 11-12
Number System, HCL, HCF 7
Simplification 4
Profit & Loss, Discount 12-13
Percentages and Average 10-11
Time & work 5 to 6
Age Problems NA
Time, Speed & Distance, Boats & Streams, Trains 4-5
Ratio & proportion 3 to 4
Partnerships 1 to 2
Mixture – Alligation, Partnership, Ratio 6
Miscellaneous 2
Total 100


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 17, 2020): English Language

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 200
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 English Language Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.25 Marks Deducted for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy To Moderate


Note:
 As per the observation, this section was moderate to attempt.

Topics No. of Questions
Spot the error 5-10
Synonyms 4-8
Fill in the blanks. 10-15
Antonyms 15-18
Spelling/ detection of misspelt words 10-18
One word Distribution 10-12
Idioms & Phrases 5-8
Improvement of Sentences 10
Active Passive Voice 10-14
Direct & Indirect Sentences 8-10
Para Jumbles 10-12
Cloze Passage 5-8
Comprehension Passage 4-5
Misc 6-0
Total 200


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 16, 2020): Quantitative Aptitude

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 100
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 Quantitative Abilities Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.50 Marks Deducted for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy To Moderate


Check the number of questions that were asked for each topic in the said section:

Topic No. of Questions
Trigonometry 10 to 12
Algebra 10
Geometry (Normal & Co-ordinated) 10 to 12
Bar Graph DI 5
Pie Chart DI 5
Mensuration (2D & 3D) 10 to 12
Number System 4 to 6
Simplification 4 to 5
Profit & Loss 4 to 5
Percentages 2 to 3
Time & work 4 to 5
Age Problems NA
Time, Speed & Distance 3 to 4
Ratio & proportion 3 to 4
Partnerships 1 to 2
Mixture – allegation 1 to 2
Boats & Streams, Pipes & cisterns, Average, Height & distance & other miscellaneous 7 to 8
Total 100


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 16, 2020): English Language

Topic No. of Questions
Direct-Indirect Speech 20 to 25
Cloze Test 30 (3 sets)
PQRS Questions 15 to 20
Active-Passive Voice 25
Reading Comprehension 30 (3 passages)
Sentence Improvement 15 to 20
Error Spotting 15 to 20
Synonyms Antonyms 7 to 8
Idioms Phrases 10
One Word Substitution 10
Correct Spelling 05
Fill in the blanks 8
Total 200


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 15, 2020): Quantitative Aptitude

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 100
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 Quantitative Abilities Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.50 Marks Deducted for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy to Moderate (Very Close to 2018 SSC CGL Tier 2 Quant Paper)


The number of questions asked for each topic is tabulated below:

Chapters No. of Questions
Partnership 2
Mensuration 2
Coordinate Geometry + 3D Geometry 10-12
Algebra 10 (Moderate & Time Taking)
Trigonometry 8-10
Boat and Stream 2
Percentage 7
Profit and loss 4
Simple Interest and Compound Interest 3
Number Systems 8
Time and Work 3
Speed, Time and Distance 3
Mixture and allegations 2
Data Interpretation 12
Ratio & proportion 3
Miscellaneous 10-12
Average 1
Simplification 5
Total 100


SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Analysis (Nov 15, 2020): English Language

Mode of Exam Online
Total Questions 200
Total Marks 200
Exam Duration for Tier-2 2019 English Language Paper-1 2 Hours
Negative Marking 0.25 Marks for Wrong Answers
Complexity Level Easy to Moderate (Based on 2018 pattern and ease)


Here, we have enlisted the number of questions asked for each topic in the table given below:

Topic No. of Questions
Direct/Indirect Conversion 23-25
Reading Comprehension (2 short, 1 long and time-consuming) 20
Active/Passive voice 23-25
Sentence Improvement 20
Error Spotting 20
Cloze Test (3 passage) 15
Fill In The Blanks 15-20
One Word Substitution 10-12
Para Jumbles 20
Idioms & Phrases 10-12
Synonyms – Antonyms 8
Incorrect Spellings 5

Previous Year Cut-off

The Staff Selection Commission will release the SSC CGL Cut-off for Tier-II along with the result list on its official website. The cut-off will be available via online mode only. Via the cut-off list, candidates will be able to check the minimum marks required to qualify for the next round. The marks for each category will be different from one another. Candidates must check the tables given below to know more about the same. 

The SSC CGL 2018-19 cut-off for the Tier 2 exam for various posts is enlisted below. The objective type exam was conducted from September 11 to September 14, 2019.

SSC CGL Tier 2 Cut-off for Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer

Category Cut-off Marks Candidates Available
SC 463.15 841
ST 460.21 421
OBC 510.92 1,724
UR 572.51 1,762
OH 409.26 111
HH 347.35 100
Other PwD 168.04 50


SSC CGL Tier 2 Cut-off for Junior Statistical Officer

Category Cut-off Marks Candidates Available
SC 433.96 478
ST 403.95 301
OBC 517.76 583
UR 535.86 955
OH 348.5 112
HH 223.46 106
VH 267.51 121
Other PwD 165.04 16


SSC CGL Tier 2 Cut-off for posts other than Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Accounts Officer, and Junior Statistical Officer

Category Cut-off Marks Candidates Available
SC 354.74 8050
ST 327.05 4022
OBC 400.33 15359
UR 433 17439
ESM 255.12 3244
OH 302.5 859
HH 165.73 777
VH 280.98 404
Other PwD 122.58 86

Important Dates

About Exam

SSC CGL Exam Dates 2022

Here, we have enlisted the dates of important events under the SSC CGL 2021-22. Candidates must go through the table given below to know more about the same.

Events Important Dates
SSC CGL 2022 notification release date December 23, 2021
CGL application start date December 23, 2021
Last date to apply for SSC CGL 2022 January 23, 2022
Last date for making an online fee payment January 25, 2022
Last date for the generation of offline challan January 26, 2022
Last date for payment through challan January 27, 2022
Application form correction facility January 28 to February 1, 2022
SSC CGL Tier 1 admit card date April 07, 2022
SSC CGL exam date 2022 for Tier 1 April 11 to 21, 2022
SSC CGL Tier 1 result 2022 July 04, 2022
SSC CGL Tier 2 admit card date To be announced
SSC CGL Tier 2 exam date August 08 & 10, 2022
SSC CGL Tier 3 admit card date To be announced
SSC CGL exam date 2022 for Tier 3 August 21, 2022
SSC CGL Tier 4 call letter To be announced
CGL Tier 4 exam date To be announced
Final SSC CGL result 2022 To be announced

Application Process

About Exam

Dos and Donts of Form Filling

The conducting body releases the SSC CGL Application Form on its official website via online mode only. In the online form, candidates will be asked to fill in details such as personal information, contact number, date of birth, educational qualification, parents’ names, and much more. Here, we have enlisted the steps to fill the application form on the portal. Candidates must go through the same for a better understanding. 

SSC CGL Registration

  1. Visit the official website ssconline.nic.in
  2. Click on the Examination-Part 1 Registration on the homepage.
  3. Now, click on the ‘Online form click here’ link.
  4. Fill in all the asked details diligently such as Select Centre and Code, Name, Father’s Name, DOB, Gender, Category, postal address etc.
  5. Fill the post preference order according to the choice.
  6. Then, click on the ‘I Agree’ button.

SSC CGL Application Form

  1. Go to the official website.
  2. Click on the Examination-Part II Registration on the homepage.
  3. Enter the registration no. and password, which was generated during Part 1 of the application form.
  4. Applicants will see the option of Making Online or Offline Payments and Uploading Scanned Photos and Signatures.
  5. Pay the application fees via online or offline mode.

Key Points:

  1. In the online mode: Credit Cards/ Debit card/ Net Banking etc., options will be available. Afterwards, you will be directed to the second phase, ‘uploading scanned photo and signature’.
  2. In the offline mode: Candidates will receive a Challan form. They must take the printed challan to any SBI Branch for Payment of application fees.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

Age Criteria

It is very important for all the candidates who aspire to appear in the SSC CGL exam that they are fully aware of the eligibility criteria as per the official guidelines of the conducting body. Here, we have mentioned the eligibility norms for SSC CGL. Candidates must read the pointers diligently for a better understanding. 

Nationality:

The candidate must be an Indian citizen or any one of the following:

  1. A subject of Nepal
  2. A subject of Bhutan
  3. A Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India
  4. A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania (Formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam intending to settle in India permanently.

Age Limit:

Age Limit Remarks
18-27 years The candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-01-1994 and not later than 01-01-2003.
20-27 years Candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-01-1994 and not later than 01-01-2001.
20-30 years Candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-01-1991 and not later than 01-01-2001.
up to 30 years The candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-01-1991 and not later than 01-01-2003.
up to 32 years The candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-01-1989 and not later than 01-01-2003.


Check the age relaxation criteria for different categories from the table given below:

Category Age Relaxation
OBC 3 Years
ST/SC 5 Years
PwD (Unreserved) 10 Years
PwD (OBC) 13 Years
PwD (SC/ST) 15 Years
Ex-Servicemen (ESM) 3 Years
Ex-Servicemen (SC/ST) 8 Years


Note:
Candidates who belong to the reserved categories must have a valid certificate of their casts in order to acquire the above age relaxation. 

There is also permissible relaxation in the upper age limit for Group C posts only are mentioned below:

Posts Age Criteria
Central Govt. Civilian Employees who have rendered not less than 3 years regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application. Up to 40 Years
Central Govt. Civilian Employees (SC/ST) who have rendered not less than 3 years regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application. Up to 45 Years
Widows/ Divorced Women/ Women judicially separated and who are not remarried. Up to 35 years of age
Widows/ Divorced Women/ Women judicially separated and who are not remarried (SC/ST). Up to 40 Years


Note:
 The above facts are tabulated as per the official guidelines of the SSC. The conducting body has the right to announce any changes at any point during the recruitment process. Candidates are advised to keep a close eye on the official website so that they don’t miss any latest information regarding their respective examinations.

Education Qualification

The eligibility criteria for the SSC CGL exam 2022 vary depending on the posts. Candidates must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline to apply.

Admit Card

Admit Card

Admit Card Release Date

The conducting body releases the SSC CGL Tier-II Admit Card on its official website. The hall ticket will be issued via online mode only. After downloading the admit card, candidates will be able to see a lot of details mentioned on it. It is advisable to cross-check the details diligently and contact the helpline number of the conducting body in case of any discrepancies. 

Steps to Download SSC CGL Admit Card for Tier-II Examination

  1. Step 1: Visit the official website – ssc.nic.in
  2. Step 2: Click on the link – ‘Admit Card’ displayed on top of the home page.
  3. Step 3: A page will appear showing a table with the list of SSC websites. Click on the appropriate regional website links present on the rightmost column of the table.
  4. Step 4: You will now be redirected to the respective regional website. Click on the SSC CGL Admit Card 2021 link present on the page.
  5. Step 5: A login page will appear. Then, Enter your Registration Number or Application Number and Date of Birth or Password.
  6. Step 6: Then click on the ‘Submit button.
  7. Step 7: The admit card will be displayed on the screen.
  8. Step 8: Check the details mentioned on the admit card. Download and take a printout for future reference.

List of Exam Centres

State Name Exam Center and Code
  • Bihar
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Agra (3001)
  • Gorakhpur (3007)
  • Jhansi (3008)
  • Kanpur (3009)
  • Lucknow (3010)
  • Meerut (3011)
  • Prayagraj (3003)
  • Varanasi (3013)
  • Bhagalpur (3201)
  • Darbhanga (3202)
  • Muzaffarpur (3205)
  • Patna (3206)
  • Purnea (3209)
  • Lakshadweep
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Belagavi (9002)
  • Bengaluru (9001)
  • Hubballi (9011)
  • Kalaburagi (Gulbarga) (9005)
  • Mangaluru (9008)
  • Mysuru (9009)
  • Shivamogga (9010)
  • Udupi (9012)
  • Ernakulam (9213)
  • Kannur (9202)
  • Kollam (9210)
  • Kottayam (9205)
  • Kozhikode (9206)
  • Thrissur (9212)
  • Thiruvananthapuram (9211)
  • Kavaratti (9401)
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Puducherry
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Telangana
  • Chirala (8011)
  • Guntur (8001)
  • Kakinada (8009)
  • Kurnool (8003)
  • Nellore (8010)
  • Rajahmundry (8004)
  • Tirupati (8006)
  • Vizianagaram (8012)
  • Vijaywada (8008)
  • Vishakhapatnam (8007)
  • Puducherry (8401)
  • Chennai (8201)
  • Coimbatore (8202)
  • Madurai (8204)
  • Salem (8205)
  • Tiruchirapalli (8206)
  • Tirunelveli (8207)
  • Vellore (8208)
  • Hyderabad (8601)
  • Karimnagar (8604)
  • Warangal (8603)
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Bhopal (6001)
  • Gwalior (6005)
  • Indore (6006)
  • Jabalpur (6007)
  • Satna (6014)
  • Sagar (6015)
  • Ujjain (6016)
  • Bilaspur (6202)
  • Raipur (6204)
  • Durg-Bhilai (6205)
  • Andaman & Nicobar Islands
  • Jharkhand
  • Odisha
  • Sikkim
  • West Bengal
  • Port Blair (4802)
  • Ranchi (4205)
  • Balasore (4601)
  • Berhampore (Odisha) (4602)
  • Bhubaneshwar (4604)
  • Cuttack (4605)
  • Dhenkanal (4611)
  • Rourkela (4610)
  • Sambalpur (4609)
  • Gangtok (4001)
  • Hooghly (4418)
  • Kolkata (4410)
  • Siliguri (4415)
  • Chandigarh
  • Haryana
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Jammu
  • Kashmir
  • Punjab
  • Chandigarh/Mohali (1601)
  • Hamirpur (1202)
  • Shimla (1203)
  • Jammu (1004)
  • Leh (1005)
  • Samba (1010)
  • Srinagar (J&K) (1007)
  • Jalandhar (1402)
  • Ludhiana (1405)
  • Patiala (1403)
  • Amritsar (1404)
  • NCT of Delhi
  • Rajasthan
  • Uttarakhand
  • Dehradun (2002)
  • Haldwani (2003)
  • Haridwar (2005)
  • Roorkee (2006)
  • Delhi (2201)
  • Ajmer (2401)
  • Alwar (2402)
  • Bharatpur (2403)
  • Bikaner (2404)
  • Jaipur (2405)
  • Jodhpur (2406)
  • Kota (2407)
  • Sriganganagar (2408)
  • Udaipur (2409)
  • Sikar (2411)
  • Arunachal Pradesh
  • Assam
  • Manipur
  • Meghalaya
  • Mizoram
  • Nagaland
  • Tripura
  • Itanagar (5001)
  • Dibrugarh (5102)
  • Guwahati (Dispur) (5105)
  • Jorhat (5107)
  • Silchar (5111)
  • Kohima (5302)
  • Shillong (5401)
  • Imphal (5501)
  • Churachandpur (5502)
  • Ukhrul (5503)
  • Agartala (5601)
  • Aizwal (5701)
  • Dadra and Nagar Haveli
  • Daman and Diu
  • Goa
  • Gujarat
  • Maharashtra
  • Panaji (7801)
  • Ahmedabad (7001)
  • Anand (7011)
  • Gandhinagar (7012)
  • Mehsana (7013)
  • Rajkot (7006)
  • Surat (7007)
  • Vadodara (7002)
  • Amravati (7201)
  • Aurangabad (7202)
  • Jalgaon (7214)
  • Kolhapur (7203)
  • Mumbai (7204)
  • Nagpur (7205)
  • Nanded (7206)
  • Nashik (7207)
  • Pune (7208)

Exam Answer Key/Solution - Live

Exam Answer key

Shift/Day wise Answer key

The SSC will publish the SSC CGL Tier-II Answer Key on the official website. First, the provisional answer key will be released, which welcomes the suggestions from candidates who find any mistakes in the solutions. Afterwards, the conducting body issues the final answer key, consisting of correct answers. 

Steps to Download SSC CGL Answer Key

Step 1: Go to the official website ssc.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the link ‘Answer Key’ on the homepage.
Step 3: Now, click on the Combined Graduate Level 2021 Answer Key Link from the list of links.
Step 4: The answer key notification will appear. Click on the answer key download link given at the bottom of the PDF.
Step 5: Enter your login credentials such as ‘User ID’ and ‘Password’.
Step 6: Click on the ‘Login’ button.
Step 7: The answer key will be displayed. 

Note: Go through it and download SSC CGL Answer Key PDF the same for future reference.

How to Calculate the Score?

  1. Step 1: Calculate the correct and wrong attempts by comparing the response sheets and answer keys.
  2. Step 2: Check the section-wise marks awarded for every correct answer through the SSC CGL exam pattern and marking scheme. Also, check the negative marking scheme of each section.
  3. Step 3: Now use the score calculation formula to calculate the SSC CGL score

The SSC CGL score calculation formula is as follows:

  • SSC CGL Exam Score Calculation Formula:
  • Calculated Score = (Number of Correct Attempts) X 1 – (Number of Incorrect Attempts) X 0.25
  • SSC CGL Exam Score Calculation Formula:
  • Calculated Score = [(Number of Correct Attempts in Paper I, III & IV) X 2 – (Number of Incorrect Attempts) X 0.5] + [(Number of Correct Attempts in Paper-II) – (Number of Incorrect Attempts) X 0.25]

Exam Result

Exam Result

Result Declaration

The conducting body will release the SSC CGL Tier 2 result on the official website. The result will be available via online mode only. The SSC CGL result is published separately for each stage. Here we have enlisted the step-by-step procedure to check and download the result list from the portal. Candidates must go through these steps to avoid any kind of mistakes while accessing the same. 

Steps to Download SSC CGL Tier 2 Result

Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC- ssc.nic.in.
Step 2: Now click on the “Result” button from the top of the page. By default, it will be on the CGL tab.
Step 3: Click on the link which reads ‘SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier-II result’.
Step 4: The SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier-III result will open as a PDF. Search for your Roll Number using the Ctrl+F keys. If your Roll Number appears on the list, then you have qualified in the exam.
Step 5:Download the SSC CGL merit list and take its printout for future reference.

Regional Websites for SSC CGL Tier 2 Result

SSC Region States/UTs covered Official Website
Central Region (CR) Uttar Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh www.ssc-cr.org
Northern Region (NR) NCT of Delhi, Rajasthan, and Uttarakhand www.sscnr.net.in
Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region (MPR) Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh www.sscmpr.org
North Eastern Region (NER) Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Tripura www.sscner.org.in
Eastern Region (ER) Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Odisha, and West Bengal www.sscer.org
Karnataka, Kerala Region (KKR) Lakshadweep, Karnataka, and Kerala www.ssckkr.kar.nic.in
North Western Sub-Region (NWR) Chandigarh, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab www.sscnwr.org
Western Region (WR) Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Gujarat, and Maharashtra www.sscwr.net
Southern Region (SR) Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana www.sscsr.gov.in

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. When will the SSC CGL Tier-II be conducted?
A. The Commission will conduct SSC CGL Tier 2 on August 08 and 10, 2022.

Q2. Is SSC CGL Tier-II difficult?
A. As per the previous year’s exam analysis, the SSC CGL Tier-II was easy to moderate. Candidates will have to prepare for each section by attempting abundant questions and refer to good books to clear the exam in one go. 

Q3. How many sections will be there in the SSC CGL Tier-II exam for 2021?
A. There will be four sections in the SSC CGL Tier-II 2021 - Quantitative Ability, English Language and Comprehension, Statistics, and General Studies (Finance and Economics). Candidates will have to attempt all the sections to clear the said exam. 

Q4. Do questions get repeated in SSC CGL Tier-II exam?
A. It has been observed that some questions do get repeated in the SSC CGL II exam from previous years’ exams. Candidates must practice the previous years’ SSC CGL Tier 2 question papers so that they will be able to solve them accurately.

Q5. How many questions will be there in the SSC CGL Tier-II exam?
A. There will be a total of 500 questions in the SSC CGL Tier-II exam. The question distribution is - Quantitative Abilities (100 Questions), English Language and Comprehension (200 Questions), Statistics (100 Questions), and General Studies (100 Questions).

Job Profile & Salary

salary structuire

Job Description

The SSC Combined Graduate Level exam is conducted to recruit staff for Group B and C posts. Each post has a wide variety of roles and responsibilities. Candidates must go through the table given below to know more about the same subject. 

Posts Job Profile
Assistant Audit Officer
(Indian Audit & Accounts Department under CAG)
a) Conduct audits of govt./public sector organisations.
b) Traveling during the inspection.
Assistant
(Intelligence Bureau)
The profile consists of working as an investigating officer, but most candidates will be doing computer/data-oriented work for the Intelligence Bureau.
Assistant
(Ministry of Railway)
Clerical work includes completing files and making reports.
Assistant
(Ministry of External Affairs)
Administration works like planning and examining documents, compiling reports, updating events, noting, drafting, and communicating with the head office.
Assistant
(AFHQ)
Clerical work like compiling files, reports, and many kinds of paperwork, keeping track of ongoing cases and subsequent follow-up.
Assistant
(Other Ministries/ Departments)
Work under government organisations like the Department of Personnel & Training, Parliamentary Affairs, Election Commission, etc.
Inspector (Central Excise)
CBEC
a) Clerical or file-related work (If posted in Headquarters).
b) Verifying taxations on goods passing through ports (If posted in the field).
Assistant Enforcement Officer
(Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue)
a) Dealing with files, making presentations, brochures
b) Assist in the raid c) Gather information about money laundering or any other economic crimes d) Visit banks for enquiries, visit courts, help lawyers present cases
Sub Inspector
(Central Bureau of Investigation)
Work as state police with more powers.
Inspector of Posts
(Department of Post)
a) Promote the business of post offices
b) A lot of travel c) Performance pressure to meet numbers d) Take charge of 60-70 post offices e) Assisted by two Mail overseers.
Statistical Investigator Gr.II
(Ministry of Statistics & Prog. Implementation)
The Statistical Investigator Officers posted at NSSO perform two main functions, i.e., data collection and data processing.
Inspector
(Central Bureau of Narcotics)
Checking on the cultivation of opium poppy/ Conducting periodic checks in companies.
Sub Inspector
National Investigation Agency (NIA)
Investigate terrorism & other national security issues.
Inspector (Income Tax)
CBDT
a) Assessing, verifying and processing IT records of individuals and businesses
b) Conducting raids c) Local traveling d) Handling refund claims, etc.
Auditor Audit expense reports of State Department (C&AG), Accounts of defence forces (CGDA), General accounts of the country (CGA).
Accountant /Junior Accountant
(Offices under CGA)
Clerical work, handles account, fund, pension, loans, etc.
Sr. Secretariat Assistant
(Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres.)
a) Maintain files in the concerned department
b) Reply to emails received in your department
c) Drafting RTI replies and sending them for approval
d) Data entry
Tax Assistant
(CBDT)
Assessing, verifying, and modifying tax data of an individual or business (CBDT) and goods & services.
Compiler
(Registrar General of India)
a) Clerical work.
b) Drafting and compiling reports.
c) Conducting census.
Sub Inspector
(Central Bureau of Narcotics)
a) Dispatch of Opium Consignment.
b) Regular Check of Illegal Opium Cultivation.
c) Scanning the area and ensuring there is no production of synthetic drugs or narcotics.

Post list & Vacancies

A total of 7,035 (Group B Gazetted, Group B Non-Gazetted and Group C) vacancies have been announced this year. Here are the tentative number of vacancies as per the official notification released by SSC:

Category Vacancies
UR 2,891
SC 1,046
ST 510
OBC 1,858
Total Vacancies 7,035
Official PDF Click Here

Salary Structure

The SSC CGL salary structure differs from post to post. Here, we have enlisted the pay scale according to the pay level of shortlisted candidates. Aspirants must go through the tables given below to know more about the same. 

Pay Level Salary
Pay Level 8 Rs 47,600 to 1,51,100
Pay Level 7 Rs 44,900 to 1,42,400
Pay Level 6 Rs 35,400 to 1,12,400
Pay Level 5 Rs 29,200 to 92,300
Pay Level 4 Rs 25,500 to 81,100

1. Pay Level 8 ( Rs 47,600 to 1,51,100 )

Name of Post Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre Classification of Posts Nature of Physical Disabilities Permissible for the Post Age Limit
Assistant Audit Officer Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG Group “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial) OH (OA, OL, BL) & HH Not exceeding 30 years.
Assistant Accounts Officer Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG Group “B” Gazetted (Non-Ministerial) OH (OA, OL, BL) & HH Not exceeding 30 years.

2. Pay Level 7 (Rs 44,900 to 1,42,400)

Name of Post Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre Classification of Posts Nature of Physical Disabilities Permissible for the Post Age Limit
Assistant Section Officer Central Secretariat Service Group “B” Post identified for individuals with a disability * 20-30 years
Assistant Section Officer Intelligence Bureau Group “B” Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates. Not exceeding 30 years.
Assistant Section Officer Ministry of Railway Group “B” B, LV, FD, HH, OA, OL, OAL, BL, MW, leprosy cured, Dwarfism, Acid Attack Victims & (OA, LV), (OL, LV), (OA, HH), (OL, HH) and (LV, HH) 20-30 years
Assistant Section Officer Ministry of External Affairs Group “B” OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH 20-30 years
Assistant Section Officer AFHQ Group “B” Post identified for individuals with disability ** 20-30 years
Assistant Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations Group “B” OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH 18-30 years
Assistant Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations Group “B” OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH 20-30 years
Assistant Section Officer Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations Group “B” OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH Not exceeding 30 years.
Inspector of Income Tax CBDT Group “C” OA, OL, BL, OAL, HH Not exceeding 30 years
Inspector, (Central Excise, Preventive Officer, (Examiner) CBIC Group “B” OA, OL, OAL, HH Not exceeding 30 years
Assistant Enforcement Officer Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue Group “B” Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates. Up to 30 years
Sub Inspector Central Bureau of Investigation Group “B” Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates. 20-30 years
Inspector Posts Department of Post Group “B” LV, Hard of Hearing (HH), OA, OL, OAL, Leprosy Cured, Dwarfism, Acid Attack Victim 18-30 years
Inspector Central Bureau of Narcotics Group “B” Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates. Not exceeding 30 years

3. Pay Level 6 (Rs 35,400 to 1,12,400)

Name of Post Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre Classification of Posts Nature of Physical Disabilities Permissible for the Post Age Limit
Assistant Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations Group “B” OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH Not exceeding 30 years
Assistant/ Superintendent Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations Group “B” OA, OL, B, BL, OAL, LV & HH Not exceeding 30 years
Divisional Accountant Offices under C&AG Group “B” OA, OL, OAL, BL, PD & D Not exceeding 30 years
Sub Inspector National Investigation Agency (NIA) Group “B” Post not identified suitable for PwD candidates. Up to 30 years
Junior Statistical Officer M/o Statistics &Programme Implementation. Group “B” Post identified for individuals with nature of disability*** Up to 32 years


4. Pay Level 5 (Rs 29,200 to 92,300)

Name of Post Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre Classification of Posts Nature of Physical Disabilities permissible for the Post Age Limit
Auditor Offices under C&AG Group “C” OA, OL, OAL, BL & HH 18-27 years
Auditor Other Ministry/ Departments Group “C” OA, OL, BL & HH 18-27 years
Auditor Offices under CGDA Group “C” Post identified for individuals with nature of disability**** 18-27 years
Accountant Offices under C&AG Group “C” OA, OL, OAL, BL & HH 18-27 years
Accountant/ Junior Accountant Other Ministry/ Departments Group “C” OA, OL, OAL, BL, HH 18-27 Years

5. Pay Level 4 (Rs 25,500 to 81,100)

Name of Post Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre Classification of Posts Nature of Physical Disabilities Permissible for the Post Age Limit
Senior Secretariat Assistant/ Upper Division Clerks Central Govt. Offices/ Ministries other than CSCS cadres. Group “C” OA, OL, BL, OAL, B, LV, HH 18-27 years
Tax Assistant CBDT Group “C” BL, OL, PD, D, PB, B, OA, OAL 18-27 years
Tax Assistant CBIC Group “C” OL, OA, BL, OAL, B, LV, HH 18-27 years
Sub-Inspector Central Bureau of Narcotics Group “C” Post not identified suitable for PwD candidate 18-27 years

Similar Exams

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List of Parallel Exams

Candidates preparing for the SSC CGL 2021 can also go for other exams with similar opportunities and posts but with slightly different pay structures. Here, we have enlisted some of the exams apart from SSC CGL. Candidates must go through the pointers given below for a better understanding. 

  1. SSC CHSL
  2. SBI PO
  3. SBI SO
  4. SBI Clerk
  5. IBPS PO
  6. IBPS SO
  7. IBPS Clerk
  8. IBPS RRB
  9. NABARD
  10. RBI Officer Grade C
  11. RBI Officer Grade B

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