SSC Exam preparation require dedication, perseverance, hard work and of course best guidance. Any aspirant can put in maximum effort from his/her end, but without right guidance or coaching he/she may not be able to crack the exam. Further, it is also difficult to find the best suitable SSC Exam coaching amidst so many options. To make the coaching selection tough, almost all of the institutes claim to be the best. However, the best way to find the ideal coaching for SSC exam preparation is to look at the past performance. Results do not lie and this is what we highlight at Navigate Institute among other benefits that an SSC aspirant gets from our coaching.
Quality of teaching is another factor that should be judged before you select a SSC exam coaching. It can be done by talking to the counselor or attending demo classes or even best if you can visit the center and talk to students already enrolled with the institute. At Navigate Institute, we are open to your scrutiny as we believe that assurance of quality should not be just verbal; rather it should be experienced.
At our coaching centers our expert professional teachers and faculty members are inclined towards making aspirants understand each and every concept in detail. Along with detailed study, we also teach shortcuts and time saving tricks. Our faculty members do focus on concept clarity, identifying the exam pattern and discussing exam strategy. At our SSC Exam coaching in Delhi, we also offer doubt clearing & query handling sessions for aspirants enabling them learn the concept thoroughly.
Our faculty and teaching staff have time and again proven with impeccable results that they put in maximum effort. At Navigate Institute, we have a culture of training the trainers and therefore every single faculty at our coaching centers are induced to continuous learning and research. Such an approach enables them to learn about changing trends of SSC exams and thereby help them devise best teaching modules. At Navigate Institute we also focus on weak students and topics in which students face problems. Along with the aforementioned benefits that we offer to SSC exam aspirants, we are also considered one of the best coaching avenues for our mock paper sessions. We, through all our centers in Delhi for best SSC Exam preparation invite aspirants to be a part of Navigate Institute and improve their chances of success in SSC exams.
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SSC CGL Exam Preparation:
The competition for SSC exams is undoubtedly stiff as lakhs of students apply for them every year. The number of applicants keeps on increasing with each passing year. In totality, the level of difficulty in terms of clearing an SSC exam has become much higher in the past few years.
Given this backdrop one needs to prepare diligently in order to crack any of these SSC exams. SSC exam preparation requires somewhere around 3 to 6 months of dedicated preparation. However, this labour bears fruit only when the preparation is exam oriented and takes into account the requirements of speed and accuracy. More often than not a student has only 30 to 35 seconds to answer a question. Moreover, there is negative marking as well; each incorrect answer is penalized and the student loses 25% of the marks allotted to that particular question. Considering this concept clarity, thorough practice and methodical approach are required. The student taking the exam should have a section-wise strategy to do sufficiently well on each of the sections. In addition to it, an overall strategy should also be there to maximize the overall score, which can elevate one’s rank on the merit list. Certain specific areas need to be given extra emphasis, when it comes to preparation for SSC exams, which are as discussed below:
Within Maths (Quantitative Ability), Trigonometry and Geometry have become important domains. The knowledge of trigonometric functions is frequently tested in the exams. Questions based on heights and distances are also put up in the exams. Questions from the geometry are based on topics such as Area, Volume, Mensuration, Circles, Triangles and even co-ordinate geometry. The difficulty of level of questions related to algebra is without doubt on the higher side and it has been observed that students find this area more difficult as compared to others. Arithmetic is the portion which is scoring but it should not be the only section on which a student focuses.PROFIT AND LOSS,PERCANTAGE,TIME AND WORK,TIME AND DISTANCE,AVERAGE,RATIO AND PROPATION
For most students Reasoning & Logical Ability is the most scoring section of an SSC exam. The difficulty level of these questions is generally moderate and a student of average mental ability can crack them with relative ease if sufficient practice is done. Verbal Analogy, Mirror Image, Paper Cutting, Water Image, Embedded Figures etc. are a few topics which need to be focused on all the more. These topics distinguish the SSC reasoning section from that of other exams. However, certain type of questions such as Seating Arrangement can be time consuming.
General Knowledge section of SSC exams is intensive and covers an array of areas such as History, General Science, Polity, Geography, Economics, Current Affairs and also miscellaneous areas like International Organizations, Indian Society & Culture, Agriculture, The first in India etc. To prepare for this section the student should go through the Social Studies and Science NCERT books from Class 6th to 10th. Doing this is helpful in covering the immense breadth of this section, which, at times, may seem unmanageable. Reading a trusted yearbook such as Manorama Yearbook or the Hindu Yearbook also aids the student in this section.
The English language section of SSC Exams test a student’s ability to understand correct English, his basic comprehension and writing ability, etc. Apart from the usage skills a student needs to focus on questions pertaining to conversion of Active Voice into Passive voice and conversion of Direct Speech into Indirect Speech. Developing one’s word power and reading speed can be of immense help as the exam has direct vocabulary questions and also unseen passages, which test a student’s ability to read and understand English. But, improvement in vocabulary and reading can’t be done overnight; the student has to start as early as possible and make a concerted effort towards it. Daily reading of a good English newspaper such as the Hindu is a must.
SSC LDC (10+2) Exam
Every year Staff Selection Commission conducts a Combined All India Open Examination for recruitment to the posts of Data Entry Operator (DEO) and Lower Division Clerk (LDC). The Examination comprises a Written Objective Type Examination followed by a Data Entry Skill Test / Typing Test. The exam opens doors to the Group-“C” posts of Data Entry Operator in Pay Band-1, grade pay s 2400 & 1900 and Lower Division Clerk in Pay Band-1, grade pay s 1900 in various Central Government Ministries/Departments/Offices. The Commission reserves the right to fill up analogous posts such as Store Clerks etc. in Ministries/Organizations under the Government through this examination. This exam offers a wonderful opportunity to anyone who has completed schooling and is looking forward to making a career in public sector.
Must have passed 12th Standard or equivalent or higher examination from a recognised Board or University.
Age Limit:18-27 Years
SSC CGL Syllabus 2018
The Preliminary Exam of SSC CGL 2018 is scheduled from 25th July to 20th August 2018. Candidates who prepared by following the latest SSC CGL Syllabus were able to scale this exam. The Combined Graduate Level Tier-II Examination has been rescheduled from 27th November to 30th November. Tier-III Exam will be conducted on 31st March 2018.. A fair knowledge of SSC CGL Syllabus for Tier-I, Tier-II & III Exam is necessary to prepare effectively for this exam. Let’s understand the SSC CGL 2018 Tier I, II, III & IV Syllabus based on latest pattern.
SSC CGL Tier I Syllabus
The major sections asked in SSC CGL 2018 Preliminary Exam are General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language.
General Intelligence and Reasoning
|Classification||Static General Knowledge (Indian History, Culture etc.)||Simplification||Reading Comprehension|
|Analogy||Science||Interest||Fill in the Blanks|
|Puzzle||Sports||Percentage||Phrases and Idioms|
|Matrix||Books and Authors||Ratio and Proportion||One word Substitution|
|Word Formation||Important Schemes||Problem on Ages||Sentence Correction|
|Venn Diagram||Portfolios||Speed, Distance and Time||Error Spotting|
|Direction and Distance||People in News||Number System|
|Verbal reasoning||Time and Work|
After the preliminary exam has been conducted, it will be necessary to gear up for Mains Exam of SSC CGL 2018 Exam.
SSC CGL Tier II Syllabus
The Mains Exam will be conducted online and is an objective multiple choice exam. The major sections asked in Mains Exam are Quantitative Aptitude, English Language and Comprehension, Statistics, General Studies (Finance and Economics). Let’s have a look at the SSC CGL Syllabus 2018 Mains Examination.
|Simplification||Reading Comprehension||Collection and Representation of Data||Finance and Accounting|
|Interest||Spelling||Measure of Dispersion||Fundamental Principles|
|Averages||Fill in the Blanks||Measure of Central Tendency||Financial Accounting|
|Percentage||Phrases and Idioms||Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis||Basic Concepts of Accounting|
|Ratio and Proportion||One Word Substitution||Correlation and Regression||Self-Balancing Ledger|
|Speed, Distance and Time||Sentence Correction||Random Variables||Error Spotting and Correction|
|Number System||Error Spotting||Random Variables|
|Mensuration||Cloze Test||Sampling Theory||Economics and Governance|
|Data Interpretation||Para Jumbles||Analysis and Variance||Comptroller and Auditor General of India|
|Time and Work||Synonyms-Antonyms||Time Series Analysis||Finance Commission|
|Algebra||Active-Passive Voice||Index Number||Theory of Demand and Supply|
SSC CGL 2018 Tier-III Syllabus
Tier-III of SSC CGL 2018 exam is a descriptive exam to test the written skills of the candidates in English/Hindi. The mode of examination is offline and students are required to write essays, précis, application, letter etc. in this exam. The exam carries 100 marks and the time allotted for the same is 60 minutes. The time allotted for candidates belonging to PWD category is increased to 80 minutes. Tier-III paper is given by specific candidates who are interested only for the post of “Statistical Investigator Grade II” & “Compiler”.
SSC CGL 2018 Tier-IV Syllabus
Tier-IV examination comprises of couple of skill sets required for certain Government Posts all over the country.
Tier-I and Tier-II exam is compulsory for all posts mentioned in the SSC CGL 2018 Notification of while Tier-III is specifically for candidates applying for the post of Statistical Investigator Grade-II and Compiler. Similarly, Tier-IV exam is taken by candidates applying specifically for TA, CSS, MEA and Inspector.
Penalty for wrong answers
Giving a wrong answer to a question will lead to deduction of 0.5 marks in Tier – I, III and IV while that of 0.25 marks in Tier-II.