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NEET UG notification 2022

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG for MBBS, AYUSH, nursing and veterinary programmes is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). NEET-UG, India’s single largest undergraduate medical admission test, is a pen-and-paper offline exam. The NEET 2022 registration date will be announced at the earliest. The candidates can get all the details about the NEET-UG examination via NEET notifications.

NEET UG 2022 Important Dates

NEET UG 2022 Event details 

Tentative schedule 

Application form release date

To be announced

Last date to fill the application form 

To be announced

Last date to pay the fee amount 

To be announced

Form correction window 

To be announced

NEET UG 2022 Examination schedule 

May, 2022

NEET UG 2022 Results declaration 

June 2022

Note: The dates are tentative, and will be confirmed only when the official NEET UG notification is released. 

Exam Highlights 

Aspirants must be aware of the following details regarding NEET UG exam before appearing for the examination:

  • The exam takes place in pen-paper offline mode. Candidates have to attempt 180 questions.
  • The total duration of the examination is 3 hours.
  • The test takes place in 13 different languages – Hindi, English, Punjabi, Telugu, Urdu, Odia, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali and Assamese.
  • For every correct answer, the candidate will be awarded 4 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

NEET UG 2022 application/registration procedure

The NEET 2022 application process will be entirely online. Applicants have to visit the official website neet.nta.nic.in and follow the below mentioned process:

  1. Check out the official NEET 2022 website.
  2. Select the tab that corresponds to the application form.
  3. Generate login credentials – an application number and password. Then follow the directions and enrol using personal information such as your name, contact information and password.
  4. Log in and fill out the application form with the accurate information and upload scanned copies of the required documents.
  5. Pay the application cost via net banking, credit/debit card, or UPI. Payment can also be made through offline mode.
  6. A confirmation page will appear on the screen. Take a printout for future reference.

NEET UG Examination Pattern 

The NEET UG test format underwent several changes in 2021. While the overall time, style and marking scheme remained the same, other essential aspects of the exam, such as the maximum series of questions, number of questions to be attempted and the section layout were altered. The new NEET examination pattern is shown in the table below. 

Subject title 

Number of questions 

Total marks 

Physics Section A

35

140

Physics Section B

15

40

Chemistry Section A

35

140

Chemistry Section B

15

40

Botany Section A

35

140

Botany Section B

15

40

Zoology Section A

35

140

Zoology Section B

15

40

NEET UG 2022 Application fees 

Candidates will have to pay the application fees to register for NEET UG 2022 exam. The amount is mentioned below:

Category 

Exam fee

General Category/OBC

Rs. 1500

General-EWS/ OBC-Non Creamy Layer

Rs. 1400

PH, SC, ST 

Rs. 800

Candidates can take a look at the official website for more clarity.

What is SSC?

The Staff Selection Commission is a Government body that conducts examinations every year to recruit ministries, organisations, and department staff at Group B and C levels for the Government of India. These exams include:

How to apply for the SSC exam?

Filling out the request form is indeed the second stage in the application procedure. The initial application may only be found on the SSC’s official website and should be completed and submitted online. Under no conditions will physical copies of an online application be allowed.

Applicants who already enrolled for SSC CGL should do the following steps:

Step 1: Enter your registration id and password just on the official website.

Step 2: Underneath the ‘Latest Notifications’ tab, locate the employment application hyperlink & click on ‘Apply’ option.

Step 3: The data you provided upon registering will be shown; review it.

Step 4: If anyone wishes to update any of the data, go to the dashboard’s left-hand upper corner & select the ‘Modify Register’ option.

Step 5: Once you have verified   the registration details, move onto application.

Step 6: Pick 3 exam centres from the very same area. In sequence of choice, list each 3 of them.

Step 7: If you are currently serving or even have previously worked in the Armed Services, fill in the essential information. It’s worth noting that wards of service members aren’t regarded the same as ex-servicemen & have to choose ‘No’ in the needed column.

Step 8: Indicate whether or not you have Cerebral Palsy.

Step 9: If you have a physical disability that prevents you from writing, indicate that you will need a scribe to write on your behalf.

Step 10: If you’re applying for a position as a Junior Statistic Investigator or Statistic Investigation Grade II with the Registrar of India, choose ‘Yes’ inside the designated field. Please make sure you have the necessary educational qualifications for the position you’re applying for.

Step 11: If you’re looking for a valid age cohort, explain it.

Step 12: Describe your finest educational qualifications as well as your qualifying educational eligibility.

Step 13: Fees could be paid via BHIM UPI, Bank Transfer, Mastercard, Visa, Express, RuPay Credit / Debit cards, or through creating an SBI Challan and paying cash to any SBI Branches.

Step 14: With their own purposes, you could print out all the application forms. At little or no point is a copy of the ‘Application Form’ necessary to be presented to the Board. Nevertheless, if you have any objections about the online application, then may be requested to give a copy of an online application.

SSC CGL – Combined Graduate Level

SSC CGL is an annual examination conducted in four tiers.

  • Tier I – A computer-based test conducted in multiple slots, comprising objective-type questions
  • Tier II – A computer-based test comprising two papers – English and Quantitative Aptitude
  • Tier III – A descriptive test to evaluate candidates’ written skills in English/Hindi
  • Tier IV – A skill test/document verification conducted explicitly for the post of Assistant Audit Officer

SSC GD – Constable (General Duty)

SSC GD is conducted to recruit candidates in paramilitary organisations like CRPF, BSF, CISF, SSB, ITBP, SSF, etc. A three-stage examination is held to select intellectually and physically sound Learners.

  • Stage I (Written exam) – An objective-type written examination conducted online. It entails topics including Elementary Mathematics, Hindi/English, Reasoning and General Intelligence
  • Stage II (Physical Efficiency/Physical Standard Test) – A crucial stage for candidates looking to excel in the SSC GD exam. All candidates have to undergo a physical measurement and endurance test to reach the third stage
  • Stage III – The last stage of SSC GD includes a medical check-up

SSC CHSL – Combined Higher Secondary Level

SSC conducts the SSC CHSL examination to recruit candidates in various departments or ministries. The candidates are selected for the post of SA/PA (Postal/Sorting Assistants), LDC (Lower Divisional Clerk), DEO (Data Entry Operator), or a Court Clerk. There are three stages in the examination:

  • Tier I – CBT mode exam comprising objective-type questions
  • Tier II – Descriptive-type written test
  • Tier III – Skill test/typing test

SSC JE – Junior Engineer

The JE (Civil, Electrical, Quantity Surveying and Contracts, and Mechanical) test is a competitive exam conducted by SSC to recruit junior engineers for Group B (Non-gazetted) posts. It consists of two papers:

  • Paper I – Computer-based examination
  • Paper II – Written-test

SSC CPO – Central Police Organisation

The SSC CPO is conducted to recruit candidates for Central Police Force posts of Sub-inspector, CAPF, etc. It consists of four stages.

  • Stage I – Paper 1
  • Stage II – Physical standard/physical endurance test
  • Stage III – Paper 2
  • Stage IV – Medical examination

SSC MTS – Multitasking Staff

This is a non-technical exam to recruit candidates for posts such as Peon, Daftary, Jamadar, Gardener, Junior Gestetner Operator. It consists of two papers.

  • Paper I – Online test
  • Paper II – Offline test

SSC Stenographer ‘C’ and ‘D’

SSC Stenographer ‘C’ and ‘D’ exam is conducted to recruit candidates for Stenographer Grade C (non-gazetted) and Grade D posts. It has two stages.

  • Stage I – Computer-based test
  • Stage II – Skill test

SSC JHT – Junior Hindi Translator

This is a competitive test for recruiting junior and senior Hindi translators in various departments, organisations, and ministries for the Government of India. It has two papers:

  • Paper I – CBT (Computer-based test)
  • Paper II – Offline examination

SSC 2022 Eligibility Criteria

Here’s a detailed list of the eligibility criteria for each exam:

SSC CGL Eligibility Criteria

Required CriteriaDetails
NationalityMust be either an Indian citizen/Nepal subject/ Bhutan subject/Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962.
Age limitAge criteria varies for different posts. The minimum age should be 18 years and maximum should be 32 years on 1st January, 2022.
Educational qualifications
  • Assistant Accounts/Audit Officer – Bachelor’s degree from a recognised institute/university
  • Junior Statistical Officer – Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised university/institute with a minimum 60% marks in 12th standard. Mathematics or statistics should be one of the degree-level subjects
  • All other posts – Bachelor’s degree from recognised institute/university

SSC GD Eligibility Criteria

Required CriteriaDetails
NationalityMust be the citizen of India.
Age limitCandidate must be between 18-23 years of age.
Educational qualificationsPassed Class 10 from any recognised university/board.

SSC CHSL Eligibility Criteria

Required criteriaDetails
NationalityMust be an Indian citizen/Nepal subject/ Bhutan subject/ Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962.
Age limitCandidate must be between 18-27 years of age.
Educational qualificationsFor JSA/LDC, PA/SA, DEO (except DEOs in AG and C) – must have cleared Class 12 or equivalent from a recognised university/board

SSC JE Eligibility Criteria

Required criteriaDetails
NationalityMust be an Indian citizen/Nepal subject/ Bhutan subject/ Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962.
Age limit
  • Border Road Organisation (up to 30 years)
  • Central Public Works Department (Up to 30 years)
  • Central Water and Power Research Station (up to 30 years)
  • Central Water Commission (up to 32 years)
  • Directorate of Quality Assurance – Naval (up to 30 years)
  • Farakka Barrage Project (up to 30 years)
  • Military Engineer Services (up to 30 years)
  • National Technical Research (up to 30 years)
Educational qualifications
  • JE (Civil) Border Roads Organisation, Ministry of Defence – Civil Engineering degree from any recognised institute or university/three-year diploma in Civil Engineering from any recognised institute, board, or university/two-year working experience in execution/planning/maintenance of Civil Engineering work
  • JE (Mechanical and Electrical) Border Roads Organisation, Ministry of Defence – Mechanical/Electrical Engineering degree from any recognised institute or university/three-year diploma in automobile, electrical, or mechanical engineering from any recognised institute, board, or university/two-year experience in execution, planning, or maintenance of mechanical or electrical engineering works
  • JE (Civil) CPWD – Civil Engineering diploma from a recognised institute/university
  • JE (electrical) CPWD – Mechanical/Electrical Engineering diploma from a recognised institute/university
  • JE (Civil) Central Water Power Research Station – Civil Engineering diploma from any recognised institute
  • JE (Electrical) Central Water Power Research Station – Electrical Engineering diploma from any recognised institute
  • JE (Mechanical) Central Water Power Research Station – Mechanical Engineering diploma from any recognised institute
  • JE (Civil) Central Water Commission – Civil Engineering diploma/degree from any recognised institution/university
  • JE (Mechanical) Central Water Commission – Mechanical Engineering degree/diploma from any recognised university/institution
  • JE (Mechanical) Directorate of Quality Assurance (Naval) – Mechanical Engineering degree from any recognised institute/three-year Mechanical Engineering diploma from any recognised institute or university plus two-year experience in the relevant field
  • JE (Electrical) Directorate of Quality Assurance (Naval) – Electrical Engineering degree from any recognised university/ three-year Electrical Engineering diploma from any recognised institute or university plus two-year experience in the relevant field
  • JE (Civil) Farakka Barrage Project – Civil Engineering diploma from any recognised institute/university/board
  • JE (Electrical) Farakka Barrage Project – Electrical Engineering diploma from any recognised institute/university/board
  • JE (Mechanical) Farakka Barrage Project – Mechanical Engineering diploma from any recognised institute/board/university
  • JE (Civil) MES – Civil Engineering degree from any recognised University/three-year Civil Engineering diploma from any recognised board, university, or institute and two-year experience in execution, planning, and maintenance of Civil Engineering works
  • JE (Mechanical and electrical) MES – Mechanical or Electrical Engineering degree from any recognised university/ three-year diploma in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from any recognised university, board, or institute and two-year experience in execution, maintenance, and planning of Mechanical or Electrical Engineering works
  • JE (Civil) National Technical Research Organisation – Civil Engineering diploma from a recognised institution/university
  • JE (Electrical) National Technical Research Organisation – Electrical Engineering diploma from a recognised institution/university
  • JE (Mechanical) National Technical Research Organisation – Mechanical Engineering diploma from a recognised institution/university

SSC CPO Eligibility Criteria

Required criteriaDetails
NationalityMust be an Indian citizen/Nepal subject/Bhutan subject.
Age limitCandidate must be between 20-25 years of age.
Educational qualificationsBachelor’s degree from any recognised institute/university.

SSC MTS Eligibility Criteria

Required criteriaDetails
NationalityMust be an Indian citizen/Bhutan subject/ Nepal subject/Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962.
Age limitCandidate must be between 18-25 years of age.
Educational qualificationsMust have passed the matriculation exam/equivalent from a recognised board.

SSC Stenographer Eligibility Criteria

Required criteriaDetails
NationalityMust be an Indian citizen/Nepal subject/Bhutan subject/Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962.
Age limit
  • Grade C – Candidate must be between 18-30 years of age
  • Grade D – Candidate must be between 18-27 years of age
Educational qualificationsMust have passed 12th standard/equivalent examination from any recognised university/board.

SSC JHT Eligibility Criteria

Required criteriaDetails
NationalityMust be an Indian citizen/Nepal subject/Bhutan subject/Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962.
Age limitCandidate must be between 18-30 years of age.
Educational qualifications

For post-codes (A – D)

Master’s degree from any recognised University in Hindi with English as compulsory/elective/degree-level exam medium

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in English with Hindi as compulsory/elective/degree-level exam medium

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in any discipline other than English/Hindi with English and Hindi as compulsory/elective/degree-level exam medium

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised University in any discipline other than Hindi/English with English and Hindi as elective/compulsory subjects or either of them as an exam medium and other as a compulsory/elective subject at the degree level

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in any discipline other than English/Hindi with English and Hindi as elective/compulsory subjects or either of them as an exam medium and the other as an elective/compulsory subject at the degree level

Or

Recognised certificate or diploma in Hindi to English translation and vice-versa/two-year experience in translation work from Hindi to English and vice-versa in State or Central Government Office, including Indian Government undertaking

For postcodes E (Senior Hindi Translator in numerous Central Government departments/ministries/offices) – Master’s degree from any recognised University in Hindi with compulsory/elective/degree-level exam medium English

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in English with Hindi medium as compulsory/elective/degree-level

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in any discipline other than English/Hindi with Hindi and English as compulsory/degree-level exam medium

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in any discipline other than Hindi/English with English and Hindi as compulsory/elective/degree-level exam medium

Or

Master’s degree from any recognised university in any discipline other than English/Hindi with English and Hindi as elective/compulsory subjects or either of them as an exam medium and the other as elective/compulsory discipline at the degree-level

Or

Recognised certificate or diploma in Hindi to English translation and vice-versa/three-year Hindi to English translation work experience and vice-versa in State/Central Government Office, including Indian Government Undertaking

SSC 2022 Important Dates

SSC CGL

ProcessDate
Notification release dateSeptember 2021
Registration starting dateSeptember 2021
Online application last date of submissionOctober 2021
Tier I exam dateMarch 2022
Tier II exam dateJune 2022
Tier III exam dateJune 2022
Tier IV exam dateJune 2022

SSC GD

ProcessDate
Application form release dateDecember 2021
Last date for applicationJanuary 2022
Admit card release for PET/PSTFebruary 2022
PET/PST dateMarch 2022
PET/PST resultApril 2022
Written exam admit card releaseMay 2022
Tier-II exam dateJuly 2022
Written exam resultAugust 2022
Medical test admit card releaseSeptember 2022
Medical test dateOctober 2022
Medical test resultNovember 2022

SSC CHSL

ProcessDate
Official notificationMarch 2022
Application process starting dateMarch 2022
Application process last dateApril 2022
Application online fee payment last dateApril 2022
Application offline fee payment last dateApril 2022
Application challan fee payment last dateApril 2022
Tier I exam dateJuly 2022
Tier I results declarationTo be notified later
Tier II exam dateSeptember 2022
Final merit listTo be notified later

SSC JE

ProcessDate
Online application form releaseOctober 2022
Online application submission last dateNovember 2022
Admit card dateDecember 2022
Examination date – Paper 1January 2023
Examination date – Paper 2To be notified later
Results announcementTo be notified later

SSC CPO

ProcessDate
Application form starting dateJanuary 2022
Application form last dateMarch 2022
Paper-1 exam admit card releaseApril 2022
Paper-1 exam dateMay 2022
Paper-1 exam resultsJune 2022
PST,PET, and Medical exam dateJuly 2022
PST,PET, and Medical exam resultsAugust 2022
Paper-2 admit card releaseSeptember 2022
Paper-2 exam dateOctober 2022
Final results declaration dateNovember 2022

SSC MTS

ProcessDate
Official notification dateApril 2022
Online application form release dateApril 2022
Online application last dateMay 2022
Online fee payment last dateMay 2022
Offline challan generation last dateMay 2022
Offline challan payment last dateJune 2022
Exam admit card dateJuly 2022
Paper 1 dateSeptember 2022
Paper 2 dateNovember 2022
Final results dateTo be notified later

SSC Stenographer

ProcessDate
Online form submission start dateJune 2022
Offline/online form submission last dateJuly 2022
Admit card release dateAugust 2022
Exam dateAugust 2022
Results declaration dateOctober 2022
Skill test dateDecember 2022
Final result dateMarch 2023

SSC JHT

ProcessDate
Registration start dateApril 2022
Registration last dateMay 2022
Registration payment last dateMay 2022
Admit card release dateMay 2022
First exam dateOctober 2022
Answer key release dateNovember 2022
Results announcement dateDecember 2022
Second exam dateJanuary 2023
Answer key release dateTo be notified later
Results announcement dateTo be notified later

SSC 2022 Syllabus

The Staff Selection Committee (SSC) conducts the examination annually. Aspiring candidates can refer to the detailed syllabus for each exam, available on the official website of SSC. In addition, they can enrol on the online learning platform Unacademy and prepare better with the help of Interactive Live Classes conducted by Top Educators. Learners can also access the complete SSC syllabus on Unacademy.

The syllabus for all the SSC papers is vastly different. The complete syllabus for SSC exams is listed below.

SSC CGL Syllabus

The SSC CGL syllabus consists of Reasoning, General Awareness, English Comprehension, Numerical Aptitude, etc.

SSC GD Syllabus

The SSC GD written exam syllabus mainly consists of General Intelligence, Elementary Mathematics, Reasoning, and various other subjects.

SSC CHSL Syllabus

The SSC CHSL Tier I syllabus comprises Logical Reasoning, Data Sufficiency, Seating Arrangement, Alphanumeric Series, Puzzles, and related concepts. In contrast, the Tier II syllabus includes topics related to Finance, National Interest, Ecological Issues, Technology, Governance, Sports, etc.

SSC JE Syllabus

The SSC JE Paper-I syllabus comprises sub-topics including General Intelligence and Reasoning, along with Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering subjects.

The Paper-II syllabus consists of Building Materials, Soil Mechanics, Surveying, Transportation Engineering, Theory of Structures, RCC Design, and various other concepts.

SSC CPO Syllabus

The SSC CPO syllabus comprises topics related to Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English Comprehension, Reasoning, and General Intelligence.

SSC MTS Syllabus

The SSC MTS syllabus consists of Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, General Reasoning, and General Awareness. The topics to be covered include Current Affairs, Profit and Loss, Grammar and Vocabulary, Space Visualisation, etc.

SSC Stenographer Syllabus

The SSC Stenographer syllabus comprises Reasoning, General Intelligence, General Awareness, Comprehension, and English Language topics.

SSC JHT Syllabus

The SSC JHT Paper-I syllabus includes relevant concepts to test the Learners’ understanding of literature and language, ability to write languages correctly, and so on. The Paper-II syllabus tests their translation skills and the ability to comprehend two different languages precisely.

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SSC Admit Card

The Combined Graduate Level Testing will be held at national exam centres mostly on designated time & date. The Staff Selection Commission’s official authority will release its SSC Admit Card 2022 for download & print.

During April 11 to April 21, 2022, the Staff Selection Commission would hold examinations, having severe rules in place due to the current pandemic. Furthermore, you can download the admit card from the given link- ssc.nic.in

SSC Fees & Cutoffs

The online application cost for male General (UR) & OBC applicants is Rs. 100, while female, SC, ST, Medically Handicapped, & Ex-Servicemen applicants pay nothing.

Candidates must obtain at least 33% on the SSC CHSL tier-II exam in order to be eligible for the tier-III test. Because the tier-III test is a qualifying one, the board doesn’t really publish cut-offs.

SSC 2022 Exam Pattern

SSC CGL

  • Tier I – Computer-mode examination with 100 objective-type questions, divided into four sections
  • Tier II – Two descriptive papers – English and Quantitative Aptitude, each of 200 marks
  • Tier III – Subjective, 100-marks exam of one hour
  • Tier IV – Computer proficiency/typing test

SSC GD

  • Stage I – Online written exam. It consists of four parts, each with 25 questions and 25 marks, adding 100 marks to the exam
  • Stage II – Physical standard/efficiency test
  • Stage III – Medical test

SSC CHSL

  • Tier I – Computer-based written test consisting of 100 questions, each of 2 marks
  • Tier II – Descriptive-type written test
  • Tier III – Typing/skill test where the Learner’s typing time and speed will be evaluated

SSC JE

  • Paper-I – Computer-based test of 200 marks, with each wrong answer having a negative marking of 0.25 marks
  • Paper-II – Written test of 300 marks

SSC CPO

  • Stage I – Paper 1 comprises MCQs and is conducted in the CBT (online mode)
  • Stage II – Physical Standard/Endurance Test (PST/PET)
  • Stage III- Paper 2 will be English Comprehension Test
  • Stage IV – Medical examination

SSC MTS

  • Paper I – 90-minutes online examination with 100 MCQs
  • Paper II – 30-minutes offline test with descriptive-type questions

SSC Stenographer

  • Stage I – Computer-based examination with a total of 200 questions and 200 marks
  • Stage II – Skill test

SSC JHT

  • Paper I – CBT (Computer-based test) consisting of 100 objective-type questions
  • Paper II – Two-hour offline examination with descriptive-type questions

SSC 2022: Previous Years’ Question Papers with Solutions

Candidates aspiring to excel in the SSC examination can download previous years’ question papers from Unacademy. Solving previous years’ papers will help them understand the exam pattern and comprehend the syllabus weightage. Learners can also attempt mock tests to evaluate their knowledge and areas of improvement. Learners can also enrol for the Interactive Live Classes on Unacademy to prepare for the SSC examination better.

Tips for Selecting the Best Online Class for SSC 2022

Apart from solving question papers and revising the syllabus, Learners can sign up for Live Classes for better preparation. Unacademy offers Interactive Live Classes conducted by Top Educators to help Learners qualify for SSC exams.

Here are some helpful tips for choosing the right Live Classes for SSC 2022:

Take feedback from Learners

Check the reviews shared by Learners about online learning platforms. The reviews will give you a fair idea about their Top Educators, study material offered and other additional benefits that can help prepare for SSC exams.

Check the success rate

An online learning platform with a proven track record of successful candidates is a green flag. Check the learning platform’s data on their website to see how many of their candidates have qualified for SSC exams, what percentage made it to the final selection, how many candidates have ranked well, and more such parameters.

Educators on the platform

Correct guidance lays a proper foundation and paves the path to excel in the SSC examination. Zero in on an online learning platform with experienced Educators who can guide you about the syllabus, exam patterns, tips to score better, and other important aspects. Unacademy has experienced Top Educators who mentor Learners, address their pain points, and share tips on cracking SSC exams.

Books to refer to for SSC 2022

SSC CGL

  • Objective General English – SP Bakshi (Arihant)
  • A Mirror of Common Errors – Dr Ashok K. Singh
  • NCERT Maths from Grade 6-11

SSC GD

  • General Knowledge – Manohar Pandey
  • General Knowledge Manual – Pearson
  • SSC Mathematics Chapter-wise Questions – Rakesh Yadav

SSC CHSL

  • Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning – R.S. Agarwal
  • Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation – Arun Sharma
  • Quicker Maths – M Tyra

SSC JE

  • A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning – R.S. Agarwal
  • SSC Junior Engineer Civil and Structural Recruitment Exam Guide 3rd Edition – Disha Experts
  • SSC Junior Engineering Self-Study Guide Cum Practice Book – Kiran Prakashan

SSC CPO

  • Analytical Reasoning – M.K. Pandey
  • Arithmetics for General Competition Vol 1 and 2 – Neetu Singh
  • One Word Substitution – Kiran

SSC MTS

  • Lucent General Knowledge – Lucent Publication
  • Objective General English – S.P. Bakshi
  • Test of Reasoning – Edgar Thorpe

SSC Stenographer

  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning – R.S. Agarwal (S. Chand Revised Edition 2012)
  • Analytical Reasoning – M.K. Pandey

SSC JHT

  • English Grammar Book – Wren and Martin
  • Adhunik Hindi Vyakaran aur Rachna (Hindi) – Dr. Vasudev Nandan Prasad
  • SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam – Arihant

Mantras to Crack SSC 2022

Getting through the SSC exam is a significant task and a major achievement. From solving numerous question papers to immersing yourself in tiring revisions, the whole preparation journey can be quite stressful. To help you simplify the process, here are a few helpful mantras that will increase the chances of qualifying the SSC exam.

Understanding the SSC exam patterns

Familiarising yourself with the exam pattern is a good start to SSC exam preparation. Check the previous years’ question papers and sign up for mock exams on Unacademy to prepare systematically.

Knowing the syllabus thoroughly

Having a complete overview of the SSC syllabus is extremely helpful. Learners will understand which topics are crucial, what type of questions may come up, and the areas that need improvement. The full SSC syllabus is accessible on Unacademy.

Practice makes perfect

Keep practising to strengthen your weak points, revise, and improve speed. Attempting mock exams, solving question papers, and revising consistently increase the chances of success in the SSC exam.

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