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SSC Recruitment 2017

SSC recruitment 2017 notification has not been published yet by the SSC. But soon the aspiring candidates will find the official SSC recruitment 2017 on the website's notice board. The Staff Selection Commission is responsible for recruitments to B and C class posts in various departments of ministries under the government of India. It is headquartered in CGO complex, New Delhi. Aspirants for Combined Graduate Level examination (CGL) look forward to the bulk recruitment in several ministries. This year the exam goes online for the sake of complete transparency in the paper. 

Although the exact number of vacancies will be declared officially on the website. But according to the sources, it is expected that more than 2 lacs vacancies will be published by the staff selection commission. This step has been taken to fulfill the demand of income tax inspectors and auditors in the ministries.

The notification will benefit commerce and accounts students. After the ban on black money in India, the Prime Minister of India has shown concerned of the heavy shortage of auditors and tax assistants in various departments. India is rising as the fastest growing economy in the world and various countries are looing forward to invest in the country which needs human manpower. So consequently this year bring a good fortune for SSC aspirants.

Exams Notification:

Here is the list of exams for the aspirants to clear in 2017.
  • CGLE: Combined Graduate Level Exam
  • JE: Junior Engineer (Civil and Electrical)
  • CHSL: Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam ( 12th pass)
  • MTS: Multi Tasking Staff (Non – Technical)
  • STENO: Stenographer Grade C and D
  • GD: Constable
  • Central Police Organization (SI recruitment)
  • Junior Translators (CSOLS)/ Junior Hindi Translators
Although all the exams have a certain number of vacancies but CGLE is expected to have bulk recruitment this year. CGL is more popular among the students in India since it is for the gazetted A and B class vacancies. 


There has not been any update on the official website for the change in the pattern. Specifically for CGL exam, it is a two-tier exam. The Tier-1 exam has four sections with multiple choice type questions. Maximum marks for the paper is 200 and the cut-off for the general category students goes up to 170. The Tier-2 exam has two different papers of 200 marks each. A section wise category is not necessary to clear SSC CGL in the first attempt.

SSC notification for CGL syllabus will remain same. Students need to make a proper study schedule for preparation. As the number of the vacancies are small as compare to the number of the students who appear for the exam. Study materials including must-have books for CGL are needed to purchase well before the exam to ensure selection in the exam.  

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