By | 28 Sep 2022 at 2:17 PM
SSC recruitment 2022: Tomorrow last date to apply for JE Vacancies

SSC CGL 2022: SSC has issued an important notice regarding the CGL recruitment exam. SSC has said that the last date of application for CGL Recruitment will not be extended so candidates should not wait for the last date to apply. Apply first. In the last days, due to heavy traffic on the website, there may be technical problems. Online applications will be accepted till 11 PM on 8th October. Online fees can be deposited till 11 pm on 9 October. For this recruitment, fees will be deposited through challan till October 10. The website will open from 12 to 13 October at 11 PM for correction of errors in the online application.

Other Important Points of SSC Notice

1. SSC has also said in the notice that the exam pattern, syllabus and selection process of CGL 2022 is different from that of CGL 2021. The applied candidates should read the new exam pattern and selection method carefully from the notification. Let us tell you that through CGL 2022 recruitment, about 20 thousand posts of Group B and Group C level lying vacant in various ministries, departments, organizations of the Government of India will be filled.

2. SSC has also said in the notice that now after the final result, the work of document verification will be done by the concerned departments and institutions. The Commission will not check the eligibility of the candidates in detail at the time of application and examination. Candidates will be accepted provisionally only. If the particulars given by the candidate during document verification are found to be incorrect, then the concerned department and institution can cancel his/her candidature.

3. SSC has said in the notice that before the final result, candidates will fill their preference for various posts in different departments in the online option form. If a candidate does not fill his/her preference for any department or post, his/her candidature will not be considered for that post or department. After filling the preference by the candidate, it will be treated as final, no change will be accepted in it.

4. There are some posts in CGL Recruitment such as Inspector (Central Excise, Examiner, Preventive Officer), Inspector and Sub Inspector (Ministry of Finance), Sub Inspector and Junior Intelligence Officer in NCB (Ministry of Home Affairs) in which Physical Standard, Physical Test and Medical Standards are requested. After the final result, the respective departments will organize them. Candidates will contact the concerned department for the same.

5. While uploading the scanned photo and signature, the candidate should check its size properly. Before submitting the form, check its print preview. Make sure everything is looking properly including all the photos and other details.

Read the detailed description of CGL 2022

For SSC CGL 2022 post, candidates should be minimum 18-20 years and maximum 30-32 years as on January 1, 2022. The Tier-One Examination (Computer Based Test) of CGL 2022 is proposed in December 2022. Tier-II examination will also be computer based, the date of which will be released later.

Know the change in SSSC CGL pattern and selection

The CGL 2022 exam will be held on a changed format. Till now there were three phases (Tier-1, 2 and 3) in this recruitment but now there will be only two phases. The special thing is that the proficiency test i.e. data entry speed test after the three-stage exam will also be held along with the second stage exam. Due to which the time taken in the recruitment process will be reduced to a great extent.

Changes in Phase II Examination The number of questions on Mathematics and English in Phase II examination has been significantly reduced. Mathematics questions have been reduced from 100 to 30 and English questions from 200 to 45. There will be only three papers in the second stage exam. The first paper will be compulsory for all the candidates, which will be held in two sessions. The first session will have three sections. In the first section, 30 questions from Mathematical Ability and Reasoning and General Intelligence i.e. total 60 questions will be asked.

The second section will have 45 questions from English Language & Comprehension and 25 questions from General Awareness i.e. total 70 questions. In the third section, 20 questions from Computer Knowledge will be asked. The data entry speed test will also be conducted in the second session of the first paper itself. Till now this test was done after the written examination. In the second paper 100 questions will be asked from Statistics and in the third paper 100 questions will be asked from General Studies (Finance and Economy). The second paper is Junior Statistical Assistant and the third paper will be given only to the candidates applying for the post of Assistant Audit Officer – Assistant Account Officer.

Till now there were four papers in the second phase recruitment. In the first paper 100 questions were asked from Quantitative Ability i.e. Mathematics, in the second paper 200 questions were asked from English Language and Comprehension, in the third paper 100 questions were asked from Statistics and in the fourth paper 100 questions were asked from General Studies (Finance and Economy). The first and second papers were compulsory for all, while the third paper was to be given only to the junior statistics officer and the fourth paper was to be given only to the candidates applying for the post of assistant audit officer-assistant account officer.

The third phase examination was quite controversial

In the third stage examination, the candidates who were successful in the second stage examination were included. In this stage of examination, candidates had to write essay, abstract, letter or application form. There was a lot of controversy regarding this exam of 100 marks. Sometimes the copy was canceled, sometimes the result came in UFA and sometimes those candidates were disqualified due to the high number of words in the essay, whose marks in the first and second stage examination were very high. Two years ago, the controversy about this stage’s examination had reached the PMO.

Now there will be a question of number three

In the first paper of the second stage examination, which will be compulsory for all, now every question will be of three marks. In the second and third papers, each question will be of two marks each. Under the minus marking, one mark will be deducted for one wrong question of three marks and 0.50 for one wrong question of two marks. Till now the questions of English Language and Comprehension were of number one and the rest were of two marks each. 0.25 marks were deducted for wrong one number question.

First stage exam

There is no change in the first stage exam. In this, 25-25 i.e. a total of 100 questions will be asked from General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension as before. Each question will be of two marks i.e. the whole exam will be of 200 marks.