The Staff Selection Commission of India will be conducting SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2012 during the third or fourth week of June 2012. Every year, SSC holds this examination with the aim of recruiting eligible candidates in various non-gazette and non-technical positions across different government departments in India. The Staff Selection Commission also conducts SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam for selecting and hiring qualified candidates across different vacancies as Data Entry Operator and Lower Division Clerks. To learn comprehensively about both these recruitment examinations, regularly visit the official website of Staff Selection Commission.

To qualify for the SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination 2012, the candidates should be necessarily within the age limit of 18-25 years. He or she must also possess a degree in graduation or equivalent examination from a recognized Indian university or institution. Other desired qualification criteria will be declared in details in the recruitment advertisement to be published during the third week of March 2012. The reserved categories enjoy certain age relaxations as per the norms of the Commission. The candidates can either apply online or choose for the offline mode of application. Online application forms are available at the official website of Selection Commission. If you choose to apply offline, an examination fee of Rs.100 needs to be remitted through the Central Recruitment Fee Stamps. However, SC/ST/PH candidates, women and ex-servicemen need not pay any examination fee. For online application, exam fees needs to be remitted via State Bank of India net banking procedure.

Unlike the SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam, the Combined Graduation Level recruitment examination is conducted in three levels: Preliminary, Main, and Interview. The SSC Prelims comprises of four papers, General Awareness, Logical Reasoning and Intelligence, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language. The total time duration for this section is 2 hours with 50 marks for each paper. The main examination consists of Statistics, Arithmetical Ability, and English Language and Comprehension. Two hours is stipulated for each paper, with a score of 200 marks for every section. Finally, the candidates qualifying in both the levels of written examinations are eligible for Personality test or Interview.

The exam syllabus for SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination comprises of Class X curriculum for the subjects mentioned above. This is same for SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam as well, and other recruitment examinations. So, with the SSC examinations just around the corner, it is time that you start preparing hard towards your success in government services.

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