The SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination is one of the examinations conducted by the Staff Selection Commission in order to recruit qualified aspirants who can fill up the various vacant posts lying in the government jobs as well as the public sector organizations. There is a tier I and tier II of tests. Only those who are able to crack both of these tests after securing the required marks can go on to the next phase which is the conduction of an interview. Once both of these barriers are successfully cleared can an aspirant congratulate oneself to have secured a post. The combined graduate level examination is an objective type of test where the candidates are questioned regarding current affairs, general awareness and quantitative aptitude besides questions on constitutional laws, legal aptitude and amendments as well as on comprehension, the English language and computer proficiency. Any graduate from a recognized university who is within the age group to 18-27 years is eligible to sit for this test. There is relaxation for the reserved classes.

The SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Examinations an all India based examination in order to recruit Data Entry Operators, LDCS in different ministries, etc. Any Higher Secondary or equivalent passed candidate from a recognized board is eligible to sit for the test provided they are between 18-27 years of age. However there is a relaxation in the age criteria in some of the examinations and also in case of the reserved category candidates. In general the combined higher secondary level examination occurs during the month of between Nov-Dec.

The charm of the government services still lures plenty of hopeful candidates to give all kinds of entrance examinations and SSC or the Staff Selection Commission is one such examination. Whether you are a graduate in any stream or just a higher secondary passed hopeful all you need to do is to get the right preparation and sit for the examination. The main charm of the objective type questionnaires is that it is a complete race against time. However no guesswork is recommended ever since there is a provision of negative marks which cuts of your gained marks in case you select a wrong answer. Therefore an in-depth study is required of the given syllabus and a complete confidence in the answer you are going to give as the right one. With tenacity and hard work it is eminently possible to get selected in this otherwise tough examination.

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