Qsn. Eligibility For Assistants Grade Examination
Ans. Eligibility of the candidates for appearing in the Assistants Grade Examination of Staff Selection commission is explained hereunder:
Qsn. Educational Qualification for Assistants Grade Examination
Ans. Degree from a recognized University or equivalent
Qsn. Age Limit for Assistants Grade Examination
Ans. A candidate must have attained the age of 20 years and must not have attained the age of 25 years on the first day of the August of the previous year.
The upper age limit may be relaxed in respect of scheduled caste, scheduled tribes, other backward classes and such other categories of persons as may, from time to time, be notified in this behalf by the government of India, to the extent and subject to the conditions notified in respect of each category.
The upper age limit is also relaxed to 30 years in respect of LDCs/UDCs, Stenographers Grade 'D' and Grade III with not less than 3 years continuous and regular service in various departments/offices of Government of India.
Qsn. Exam Pattern Of Assistants Grade Examination
Ans. The Exam Pattern of Assistants Grade Examination conducted by the SSC basically consists of two stages to select the candidates.
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Examination
1. Preliminary Examination
This is of objective type and is a screening test for selection of candidates for the main examination. Preliminary examination is conducted for 300 marks which comprise of the following subjects:
I. Reasoning Ability - For 75 marks (75 Questions)
II. General Awareness - For 75 marks (75 Questions)
III. Arithmetic - For 75 marks (75 Questions)
IV. Language Paper English or Hindi - For 75 marks (75 Questions)
2. Main Examination
Main exam is of conventional type (300 Marks) and will consist of the following papers:
Paper I: Language Comprehension
(a) General English - For 50 Marks
(b) Communication/Writing Skill - 150 Marks
The duration of the paper is 3 hrs.
Paper II: Arithmetic
The Maximum Marks are 100 and the duration of the test is 2 hrs.
The question papers for the Main Examination will be of Conventional (Essay) Type.
Qsn. Syllabus for Preliminary Examination
Reasoning Ability Syllabus
General Awareness Syllabus
Syllabus for Main Examination
Paper I: Language Comprehension Syllabus
Paper II: Arithmetic Syllabus