SSC CHSL Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2020: (Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III)

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SSC CHSL Syllabus & Exam Pattern: SSC (Staff Selection Commission is the most beneficial organization to undertake Government exams in India. More than thousands of applicants are shortlisted by SSC to be employed in departments of government. Jobs are offered every year by conducting SSC CHSL exams for ministeries/organizations/ departments of the Indian government.

SSC CHSL SYLLABUS

SSC CHSL SYLLABUS

TIER 1 exam syllabus

The Tier 1 exam is a computer-based written examination. This is an objective type test. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) SSC CHSL Combined Higher Secondary Level (10 + 2) exam syllabus details are given below.

TOTAL 200 MARKS, 75 MINUTES TIME

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE SSC SYLLABUS: 50 MAXIMUM MARKS, 25 QUESTIONS

This will include both verbal and non-verbal questions. Questions asked in this will be related to Semantic Analogy, Symbolic Operations, Symbolic / Numerical Analogy, Trends, Venn Diagrams, Figural Analogy, Space Orientation, Semantic Classification, Symbolic / Numerical Classification, Figural Classification, Drawing Findings, Perforated Holes / Pattern Folding and Opening, Semantic Series, Figural Patterns – Folding and Filling, Number Series, Embedded Figures, Figural Shorted out, critical thinking, problem-solving, emotional awareness (Emotional Intelligence), word building, social awareness, coding and de-coding, other subtopics If, numerical operations.

(ENGLISH LANGUAGE) SYLLABUS OF SSC: 25 QUESTIONS, 50 MAXIMUM MARKS

Mistake finding, filling in the blanks, synonyms/synonyms, antonyms, spelling/spelling mistakes, idioms and phrases, word substitution, sentence correction, verbs and verbs of verbs, interchange of direct and indirect statements, sentence passages Back and forth, alteration of sentences in a paragraph, Cloze passage, comprehension of a paragraph.

(QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE) SYLLABUS: 25 QUESTIONS, 50 MAXIMUM MARKS

Number System: Time and Distance, Time and Work (Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Relationship between numbers, Decimals and fractions, Computation of integers.

Basic arithmetic operations: percentage, ratio and proportion, square root, average, interest (simple and compound), profit and loss, discount, partnership Business, Mixing and Matching, Square Roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Alligation, Time and Distance, Time and work)

Algebra: School Algebra and Elementary surds (simple problems only) and graphs of linear formulas.

Geometry: Introduction to elementary geometrical statistics and facts: Triangle and its various centers, conformity and similarity of triangles, circles, and its chords, cross lines, angles attached to chords of two or more circles.

Mensuration: Quadrilaterals, Triangles, regular polygons, circles, right triangles, right circle cones, right circle circles, round, hemispheres, rectangular parallelepiped, regular right pyramid and triangular or square base.

Trigonometry: Standard identities such as trigonometry, trigonometric ratios, complementary angles, heights and distances (simple problems only) sin20 + Cos20 = 1 etc.

Statistical Charts: Use of tables and graphs: histograms, frequency polygons, bar diagrams, pie charts.

(GENERAL AWARENESS) SSC SYLLABUS: 25 QUESTIONS, 50 MAXIMUM MARKS

Questions are set for the purpose of taking the test of the general knowledge of the candidates around the environment and its use in society. At the same time, such questions are also given, so that the candidate’s information about the scientific aspects of those contemporary events and topics that are seen and experienced every day, should be known to an educated person.

Questions related to India and its neighboring countries will be asked in the exam, especially in relation to their geography, history, culture, economic scenario, general policy and scientific research (History, Geography, Culture, Economic Scene, General Policy, and scientific research).

TIER 2 exam syllabus

Tier 2 paper of CHSL 2016 will be 100 numbers descriptive paper which will be given with pen and paper. The duration of this paper will be 1 hour. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the writing skills of the candidates, which is required in government jobs. In this paper, the candidate will be asked to write an article of 200-250 words and a letter or application of 150-200 words. The minimum qualifying marks prescribed for Tier 2 is 33%. The numbers brought in Tier 2 will be added at the time of preparing the merit. This paper has to be written in either Hindi or English. If a candidate writes this paper in English and Hindi together, then his copy will not be checked.

TIER 3 exam syllabus

As before, the Tier 3 skill of this exam will be related to the typing test only. Both of these will be of qualifying nature. Remember that only Tier 1 and Tier 2 numbers will be added to the merit.

Note-1: (VH candidates) For the 40% and above blind afflicted candidates who have opted to apply the writing person, the map/graphs/pictures/statistics related to general perception and logical/numerical knowledge. There will be no component of data (Maps / Graphs / Diagrams / Statistical Data in the General Intelligence & Reasoning / Quantitative Aptitude).


 

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