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New Delhi 27 June 2019, STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION (SSC)

STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION (SSC) Uploaded the Tentative Answer Keys along with Candidates’ Response Sheet (s) of Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I) – 2018

The Computer Based Examination for recruitment of Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I) – 2018 was conducted by the Commission from 04.06.2019 to 13.06.2019 at different centres all over the country. Re-examination for some venues was also conducted by the Commission on 19.06.2019. The candidates’ Response Sheet along with the tentative Answer Keys are now available on the link given below. The candidates may login as per the procedure mentioned in the link provided below. Representation in respect of the tentative Answer Keys, if any, may be submitted online from 26.06.2019 (5.00 PM) to 30.06.2019 (5.00 PM) on payment of Rs. 100/- per question/answer challenged. Representations received after 5.00 PM on 30.06.2019 will not be entertained under any circumstances. The candidates’ may take a print out of their respective Response Sheets, as the same will not be available after the above-specified time limit. U

Tentative Answer Keys along with Candidates’ Response Sheet (s) of Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I) – 2018

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SSC CGL Exam Update

New Delhi : CGO Complex Dated 20 June 2019

Important Update by Controller of Examination, Staff Selection Commission dated 20.06.2019

The Staff Selection Commission has conducted the Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I), 2018 from 04.06.2019 to 13.06.2019. The Commission also conducted re-examination for 4825 candidates on 19.06.2019. The salient features of the examination are given in the table below:-

  • Total number of registered candidates 25.97 lakhs
  • Number of Candidates appeared in the Examination 8,34,746
  • Overall Percentage of attendance 32.27%
  • Number of shifts 22
  • Number of examination venues 362
  • Number of cities in which examination conducted 131
  • Number of States/UT’s in which examination was conducted 33
  • Tentative date for declaration of result 20.08.2019

CGLE (Tier-II) 2018 would be conducted as per the schedule given in the Calendar of Examinations i.e. from 11.09.2019 to 13.09.2019.

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Staff Selection Commission – Selection Post Examination (Graduation & above Level)

Declaration of Result of Computer Based Examinations for next stage of scrutiny **********

 Staff Selection Commission conducted Computer Based Examination for Graduation & above level posts under Phase-VI/ 2018/Selection Post Examination from  17-01-2019 to 18-01-2019 at various centres all over the country. 152079 number of completed applications were received for Graduation & above Level posts. 32242 number of candidates took the examination.  Few candidates have applied for more than one category of Posts within one Regional/ Sub-Regional Office as well as in different Regional/ Sub-Regional Offices. Marks obtained by such candidates have been used for preparing the Merit Lists for all such categories of posts.

According to Para-15 of the Notice of Phase-VI/2018/Selection Posts Examination, the minimum cut-off for the Computer Based Examination has been applied as under:-

i) UR:     35% (i.e. 70 marks) ii)          OBC: 30% (i.e. 60 marks) iii)         All other reserved categories:     25% (i.e. 50 marks)

As per recruitment procedure mentioned at Para-15 of the Notice, 8490 candidates have been shortlisted for the next stage of scrutiny based on the score and merit of candidates in the Computer Based Examination, in the following ratio:-

  1. 1:20 for vacancies up to 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates).
    1. 1:10 subject to minimum 100 for vacancies more than 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates).
  • Post-Category wise minimum cut-off and number of candidates shortlisted for the next stage of scrutiny are given in Annexure-I.  
  • The candidates who are shortlisted for next stage of scrutiny are required to submit a copy of all the supporting Documents in respect of Educational Qualification (EQ), Experience, Category, Age, Age-relaxation, etc. (as applicable) in hard copy along with the print out of their online application form to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) to which the Post-Category belongs, within 3 (three) weeks i.e. up to 14-06-2019 by SPEED POST ONLY.  The candidates should clearly mention the “Graduation & above Level”and “Post-Category No.” on the TOP of the Envelope while sending the documents to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional  Office(s) by Speed Post.    
  • It may be noted that if a candidate has applied for 3 (three) categories of posts namely NR-10818, ER-10718 and WR-10218, then he/ she has to submit his/ her requisite documents in hard copy to concerned Regional Office(s) separately for each category of Post i.e. to SSC (NR) for Post-Category No. NR-10818, to SSC (ER) for Post-Category No. ER-10718 and to SSC (WR) for Post-Category No. WR-10218.  
  • If a candidate has applied for two or more categories of Posts in one Regional Office only, for example, a candidate has applied for two categories namely NR-10718 and NR-10818, then he/ she has to submit his/ her requisite documents in hard copy, by Speed Post, to the concerned Regional Office i.e. SSC (NR) separately for each category of Post i.e. one set of documents for Post-Category No. NR-10718 and one set of documents for Post-Category No. NR-10818.

NOTE:- IF PRINTOUT OF THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM ALONGWITH THE REQUISITE DOCUMENTS IN HARD COPY IS NOT RECEIVED IN THE RESPECTIVE REGIONAL/ SUB-REGIONAL OFFICE BY 14-06-2019, CANDIDATURE OF SUCH CANDIDATES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THE SECRUTINY AND FURTHER STAGES OF THE EXAMINATION. 

  • The addresses of the Regional/ Sub-Regional Offices for sending the requisite documents, are given at Annexure-II.
  • Candidatures of the following candidates who have appeared more than once for the Graduation & above Level Examination have been cancelled:-
Sr. No Registration ID Roll Number Sr. No Registration ID Roll Number
1 61000142306 5863021898 19 61000907354 7863000994
2 61000142306 7863000201 20 61000907354 1863003608
3 61000204240 5863005041 21 61000960433 5863028833
4 61000204240 1863000937 22 61000960433 7863001151
5 61000320676 2863001053 23 61000991588 5863005193
6 61000320676 1863001201 24 61000991588 1863004719
7 61000526947 5863025895 25 61001103282 5863003747
8 61000526947 7863000597 26 61001103282 7863001844
9 61000761195 5863006531 27 61001137921 5863033693
10 61000761195 7863000811 28 61001137921 7863002000
11 61000784236 7863000827 29 61001160287 5863029046
12 61000784236 5863025850 30 61001160287 1863007050
13 61000807350 2863002025 31 61001199621 1863007622
14 61000807350 1863002903 32 61001199621 5863005978
15 61000815646 7863000849 33 61001348861 1863009589
16 61000815646 5863022919 34 61001348861 5863015283
17 61000896996 1863003427 35 61001544064 5863005971
18 61000896996 5863019285 36 61001544064 1863011624
  1. Resolution of tie cases – In the event of tie in scores of candidates in the Computer Based Examination, such cases have been resolved by applying following criteria, one after another, till the tie is resolved:
  1. Total marks in Computer Based Examination.
    1. Marks in Part-A of Computer Based Examination.  iii. Marks in Part-B of Computer Based Examination.  iv. Date of Birth, with older candidates placed higher. 

v. Alphabetical order of names (starting with first name)

  1. Skill Test, wherever prescribed for any category of post(s) will be conducted from amongst the shortlisted candidates whose hard copies of documents are received and found in order at Scrutiny stage, by the Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) of the Commission. Due intimation in advance will be given by the respective Regional/ SubRegional offices to the candidates through their websites.
  1. Marks of the candidates will not be disclosed at this stage. The candidature of the shortlisted candidates is provisional.
  1. For further stages of recruitment, candidates may visit the websites of the concerned Regional/Sub-Regional Offices regularly.

NOTE:- If required, the shortlisted candidates can take the printout of their Online

Application Form by clicking on the link given below:-  

http://164.100.129.99/selectionpost2018/pdfprint/printstatus.jsp

Under Secretary (RHQ)

17.05.2019

Annexure-1 (Graduation & above level posts)

Post Category Code Category Vacancies Candidates available Cut-off
Marks Marks Part-A Marks Part-B Date of Birth (DD-MM-YYYY)
CR10218 1 2 31 52.0 15.0 23.5 24-12-1990
CR10218 6 2 31 60.5 17.5 16.0 05-01-1987
CR10218 9 5 48 70.5 12.0 15.5 17-02-1996
CR10318 1 2 40 101.5 33.0 12.0 28-01-1994
CR10318 2 1 20 77.0 18.5 13.5 19-06-1995
CR10318 6 4 80 113.0 35.0 24.0 02-10-1994
CR10318 9 9 100 129.5 36.5 26.0 08-08-1990
CR10418 9 1 20 142.5 48.0 31.5 08-03-1992
CR10518 1 1 20 112.5 31.0 29.0 25-05-1994
CR10518 4 1 20 51.0 28.0 13.5 21-05-1988
CR10518 9 1 20 138.5 39.0 31.0 09-06-1993
CR10618 1 2 40 112.5 31.0 29.0 25-05-1994
CR10618 6 2 40 129.0 39.0 26.0 29-09-1989
CR10618 9 5 100 135.5 43.0 14.5 28-12-1994
CR10718 1 3 60 73.0 17.5 10.5 19-10-1995
CR10718 2 1 20 67.0 27.0 11.5 14-11-1996
CR10718 6 4 80 81.5 36.5 21.5 10-02-1987
CR10718 9 6 100 110.0 42.5 17.5 29-10-1990
CR10818 1 1 20 111.0 35.5 22.0 06-10-1986
CR10818 2 1 20 87.0 30.0 24.0 11-11-1985
CR10818 6 1 20 125.0 32.5 22.5 01-07-1990
CR10818 9 2 40 134.0 38.0 20.0 04-10-1992
CR10918 1 3 60 111.5 31.0 18.0 29-08-1990
CR10918 5 1 16 52.5 19.5 8.0 06-03-1977
CR10918 6 5 100 126.0 36.0 19.5 16-11-1994
CR10918 9 8 100 142.5 42.5 26.5 12-07-1991
CR11018 2 2 40 90.5 38.5 11.0 15-07-1995
CR11018 6 2 40 129.5 37.5 33.0 18-07-1991
CR11018 9 5 100 138.5 42.5 21.5 28-01-1994
CR11118 1 5 100 95.0 30.0 15.0 10-10-1993
CR11118 6 2 40 120.5 40.5 17.0 26-06-1993
CR11118 9 7 100 132.0 43.5 25.5 26-09-1995
CR11218 1 2 40 105.0 29.5 21.5 16-07-1993
CR11218 2 1 20 90.0 32.5 17.0 06-07-1994
CR11218 6 1 20 123.5 28.0 26.0 15-08-1993
CR11218 9 7 100 128.5 45.0 21.0 12-12-1996
CR11318 1 2 40 105.5 36.0 29.0 02-08-1989
CR11318 2 2 40 82.0 35.5 13.5 01-07-1989
CR11318 6 3 60 120.0 38.0 25.0 04-10-1978
CR11318 9 4 80 133.5 48.0 19.0 27-02-1990
CR11418 1 2 40 80.0 35.0 7.0 09-12-1989
CR11418 2 1 20 63.0 21.0 21.0 06-04-1991
CR11418 6 5 100 73.5 23.5 28.0 16-01-1989
CR11418 9 9 100 106.0 36.5 15.5 02-02-1994
CR11518 1 1 20 101.5 41.0 16.5 03-01-1993
CR11518 2 1 20 76.0 33.0 10.0 10-06-1992
CR11518 6 1 20 105.5 31.5 25.0 15-08-1981
CR11518 9 3 60 120.5 43.5 27.5 28-10-1991
CR11618 1 3 60 91.5 30.0 18.0 11-06-1995
CR11618 2 4 80 52.5 20.5 16.0 01-07-1992
CR11618 6 10 100 101.0 35.0 15.0 14-10-1986
CR11618 9 17 170 119.5 37.0 18.5 05-07-1993
CR11718 1 6 100 96.0 26.5 16.5 13-07-1994
CR11718 2 4 80 65.5 23.5 14.0 02-08-1995
CR11718 6 9 100 111.5 38.0 25.5 16-03-1997
CR11718 9 18 180 127.0 39.5 24.5 21-11-1995
CR11818 9 1 20 118.0 34.5 20.5 25-09-1992
CR11918 9 1 20 133.5 36.5 23.0 12-08-1988
CR12118 1 1 20 79.5 25.0 24.5 31-01-1992
ER10118 5 1 4 76.5 29.5 4.0 10-07-1989
ER10118 9 1 0
ER10218 4 1 0
ER10218 9 1 0
ER10318 1 1 20 137.0 45.5 23.5 18-06-1994
ER10318 9 2 40 153.0 47.5 19.5 30-10-1996
ER10418 1 4 80 62.5 20.5 11.5 05-07-1989
ER10418 2 2 40 52.0 24.5 8.5 21-05-1993
ER10418 6 8 100 79.0 37.0 13.0 20-12-1991
ER10418 9 17 170 101.0 29.0 20.0 21-01-1995
ER10518 1 11 110 116.0 31.0 18.5 27-09-1993
ER10518 2 4 80 88.0 31.5 11.5 02-05-1995
ER10518 4 1 20 90.0 28.5 30.5 21-02-1995
ER10518 5 1 20 54.0 25.0 13.0 02-05-1992
ER10518 6 4 80 135.5 40.5 31.0 24-04-1992
ER10518 9 29 290 140.0 45.0 26.5 20-09-1994
ER10618 1 1 13 50.0 16.0 13.0 10-02-1990
ER10618 6 1 20 62.5 30.5 16.0 22-05-1990
ER10618 9 7 81 70.0 29.5 10.5 09-05-1990
ER10718 9 2 40 115.5 39.0 29.0 18-08-1995
ER10918 1 1 12 51.5 17.5 11.5 01-03-1991
ER10918 9 1 20 72.0 16.5 10.5 05-06-1993
ER11118 9 1 5 76.0 31.5 9.0 19-11-1995
ER11218 2 1 11 56.5 16.5 20.0 30-10-1994
ER11318 9 1 20 117.5 36.5 22.5 15-12-1996
MP10218 2 1 6 60.5 25.0 16.0 15-06-1993
MP10318 2 1 4 50.0 22.0 12.5 06-05-1990
MP10318 9 1 8 72.0 16.5 10.5 05-06-1993
MP10418 9 1 20 142.5 43.5 24.0 28-02-1992
NE10118 6 1 16 61.0 19.0 11.5 16-05-1991
NE10218 9 2 18 70.5 12.0 15.5 17-02-1996
NE10318 6 1 2 62.5 24.0 11.5 02-04-1988
NE10318 9 1 8 70.0 22.0 27.5 04-08-1992
NE10418 9 1 20 85.5 24.0 20.0 15-10-1989
NE10618 9 1 20 129.0 42.5 21.0 12-09-1992
NE10818 6 1 20 101.5 37.0 25.5 09-03-1986
NE10918 9 1 20 114.5 38.0 17.0 07-11-1992
NR10218 6 2 14 60.5 17.5 16.0 05-01-1987
NR10218 9 4 60 70.0 30.0 12.0 05-03-1989
NR10518 6 1 20 100.0 33.0 18.5 14-11-1995
NR10518 9 1 20 134.0 36.0 31.0 20-09-1994
NR10618 1 1 4 50.0 20.5 6.0 26-02-1985
NR10618 9 2 13 72.0 25.0 15.0 26-04-1994
NR10718 2 1 20 118.0 40.0 23.5 05-09-1994
NR10718 5 1 19 50.0 10.5 11.0 27-10-1994
NR10718 9 1 20 154.0 45.5 27.5 23-09-1997
NR10818 6 1 20 100.5 33.5 18.0 03-12-1993
NR10818 9 2 40 126.5 31.0 19.5 18-01-1995
NR10918 1 1 16 50.0 30.0 13.0 03-12-1986
NR10918 2 1 7 61.5 21.5 13.0 03-02-1987
NR10918 6 2 32 60.0 22.5 22.5 07-10-1988
NR10918 9 4 57 70.5 17.0 25.0 30-03-1994
NR11018 6 1 1 80.5 19.0 25.0 20-05-1989
NR11018 9 2 0
NR11218 6 1 20 120.5 36.0 26.5 22-09-1991
NR11218 9 1 20 138.5 43.0 25.5 21-04-1989
NR11318 9 1 20 141.5 43.5 23.0 05-09-1993
NR11518 2 1 7 55.0 25.5 0.5 15-02-1988
NR11518 9 1 20 99.5 28.5 9.0 26-12-1989
NR11618 1 3 60 91.5 31.5 23.0 25-10-1993
NR11618 6 3 60 97.0 31.5 17.5 17-08-1991
NR11618 9 4 80 120.0 34.5 22.5 25-08-1995
NR11918 2 1 12 51.0 15.0 22.5 28-08-1983
NR11918 9 2 40 114.0 36.0 16.5 17-03-1995
NR12018 6 2 40 127.0 40.0 38.0 18-06-1995
NR12018 9 3 60 141.5 43.5 33.0 25-01-1994
NR12118 1 2 40 133.5 34.0 22.0 07-11-1990
NR12118 3 2 22 54.5 9.0 26.0 01-02-1977
NR12118 5 1 13 60.0 20.5 23.5 12-05-1995
NR12118 9 5 100 147.0 50.0 22.0 30-10-1993
NR12218 1 3 60 107.5 47.5 5.0 18-08-1996
NR12218 2 1 20 97.5 28.0 16.5 17-12-1992
NR12218 4 1 13 54.0 25.0 19.0 08-08-1987
NR12218 6 7 100 121.0 32.0 22.5 05-08-1993
NR12218 9 9 100 138.5 40.5 35.0 12-01-1994
NR12418 9 2 40 74.0 24.5 11.0 15-06-1990
NR12518 1 3 60 62.5 20.5 11.5 05-07-1989
NR12518 9 9 100 93.0 29.0 23.5 01-06-1989
NR12718 4 1 2 50.5 13.5 15.0 10-10-1988
NR12718 9 1 0
NR12918 9 2 40 133.0 44.0 22.5 15-08-1993
NR13118 1 2 40 128.5 35.5 16.5 04-02-1993
NR13118 2 1 20 113.0 42.5 8.0 18-09-1993
NR13118 6 3 60 138.0 45.5 27.0 10-01-1994
NR13118 9 9 100 149.0 43.0 24.5 01-04-1996
NR13218 1 1 20 51.5 18.0 6.5 10-05-1988
NR13218 6 1 20 61.5 31.0 5.5 06-07-1994
NR13218 9 3 57 70.5 22.5 17.0 17-12-1994
NR13318 9 1 20 109.5 33.5 19.0 02-08-1992
NR14818 1 1 19 51.0 11.5 15.0 25-12-1985
NR14818 2 1 8 50.5 19.0 3.0 28-02-1988
NR14818 4 1 2 56.5 21.0 11.0 04-02-1995
NR14818 6 3 41 60.5 19.0 15.5 01-07-1990
NR14818 9 6 82 70.5 22.5 17.0 17-12-1994
NR14918 9 1 15 72.0 24.0 7.5 13-08-1995
NW10118 6 1 20 115.0 35.5 28.0 26-10-1990
NW10118 9 1 20 137.0 31.0 36.0 10-03-1991
NW10218 1 2 40 97.5 31.5 21.5 18-05-1992
NW10318 9 1 20 148.5 38.0 27.0 18-06-1994
NW10418 1 1 3 50.5 9.0 21.0 30-08-1991
NW10418 9 1 10 72.5 22.5 14.5 04-12-1994
NW10518 2 1 6 59.0 14.0 14.5 19-08-1985
NW10518 6 1 10 60.5 17.5 16.0 05-01-1987
NW10518 9 4 40 70.5 24.5 11.5 08-11-1990
NW10618 9 1 20 138.5 43.5 21.0 16-09-1993
NW10718 1 3 60 55.5 25.0 9.0 03-07-1987
NW10718 2 1 20 55.0 22.5 8.0 10-10-1992
NW10718 4 1 4 50.5 22.5 9.5 20-07-1992
NW10718 5 1 1 63.0 18.5 16.0 07-03-1987
NW10718 6 6 100 69.5 23.0 15.5 14-07-1987
NW10718 9 13 130 87.0 33.0 16.5 06-08-1993
NW10818 1 5 70 50.0 17.0 13.0 03-05-1995
NW10818 2 2 24 50.0 19.5 5.0 09-06-1993
NW10818 4 1 2 57.5 22.0 6.0 01-05-1994
NW10818 5 1 1 63.0 18.5 16.0 07-03-1987
NW10818 6 6 95 60.0 22.0 19.5 16-05-1993
NW10818 9 23 230 74.5 21.5 28.5 10-08-1991
NW10918 1 2 26 50.0 13.5 22.0 02-05-1990
NW10918 4 1 2 52.0 16.5 23.5 02-07-1993
NW10918 5 1 1 63.0 18.5 16.0 07-03-1987
NW10918 6 2 32 60.0 22.5 13.5 24-12-1989
NW10918 9 5 100 71.0 24.0 18.5 03-03-1991
NW11218 9 1 20 110.5 36.0 19.0 11-02-1996
NW11318 9 3 43 73.0 24.0 16.0 22-05-1989
SR10118 9 1 20 150.0 45.0 25.0 15-07-1993
SR10218 9 1 20 147.5 42.0 30.0 23-08-1991
SR10318 2 1 16 50.0 26.5 1.5 15-08-1986
SR10418 6 1 20 125.5 34.0 28.5 30-10-1995
SR10518 9 2 40 127.5 45.5 21.0 29-12-1992
SR10618 9 1 20 73.0 24.5 6.5 01-03-1991
SR11118 9 1 20 134.5 43.0 13.5 18-09-1995
SR11318 9 2 31 73.0 33.5 8.0 16-09-1991
WR10218 1 1 20 138.0 37.5 19.0 21-10-1991
WR10218 2 1 20 117.5 36.5 24.5 05-05-1996
WR10218 6 1 20 147.0 45.0 36.5 20-10-1997
WR10218 9 2 40 153.0 41.0 32.0 01-05-1995
WR10318 1 1 20 92.5 38.0 12.5 25-02-1996
WR10318 5 1 3 70.5 20.5 13.0 13-03-1994
WR10318 6 3 60 87.0 34.0 25.5 08-08-1995
WR10318 9 5 100 112.5 32.0 21.5 12-12-1995
WR10518 9 1 20 148.5 47.5 23.0 20-05-1995
WR10718 1 1 20 118.0 45.5 18.0 04-02-1993

Note-1: Category Codes: 1-SC, 2-ST, 3-Ex-servicemen, 4-OH, 5-HH, 6-OBC, 7-VH, 8-Others, 9-UR

ANNEXURE-II

S No   SSC Region and States/ UTs under the jurisdiction of the Region Address of the Regional Offices/ Website
1 Central Region (CR)/ Bihar and Uttar Pradesh Regional Director (CR), Staff Selection Commission, 21-23, Lowther Road, Allahabad,  Uttar Pradesh-211002.
2 Eastern Region (ER)/ Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Jharkhand, Odisha, Sikkim and West Bengal Regional Director (ER), Staff Selection Commission, 1st MSO Building,(8th Floor), 234/4,Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Road, Kolkata,  West Bengal – 700020
3 Karnataka, Kerala Region (KKR)/ Lakshadweep, Karnataka and Kerala Regional Director (KKR), Staff Selection Commission, 1st Floor, “E” Wing, Kendriya Sadan, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560034
4 Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region (MPR)/ Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh Dy. Director (MPR), Staff Selection Commission, J-5, Anupam Nagar, Raipur, Chhattisgarh-492007
5 North Eastern Region (NER)/ Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. Regional Director (NER), Staff Selection Commission, Housefed Complex, Last  Gate- Basistha Road, P. O. Assam Sachivalaya, Dispur, Guwahati, Assam – 781006
6 Northern Region (NR)/  NCT of Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand Regional Director (NR),  Staff Selection Commission, Block No. 12, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
7 North Western Sub-Region (NWR)/ Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab  Dy. Director (NWR),  Staff Selection Commission, Block No. 3, Ground Floor, Kendriya Sadan,Sector-9, Chandigarh-160009
8 Southern Region (SR)/ Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. Regional Director (SR), Staff Selection Commission, 2nd Floor, EVK Sampath Building, DPI Campus, College Road, Chennai, Tamil Nadu-600006
9 Western Region (WR)/ Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra Regional Director (WR),  Staff Selection Commission, 1st Floor, South Wing,  Pratishtha Bhawan, 101, Maharshi Karve Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra-400020

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English  Comprehension SSC CPO CGL

1 / 50

In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Three lakhs of people (1)/ attended the workshop (2)/ held in Ramleela ground. (3)/ No Error (4) Options:

2 / 50

In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Ayesha is among the few people (1)/ in the office which did not (2)/ blindly follow the path of other. (3)/ No Error (4) Options:

3 / 50

In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

I would (1)/ rather to (2)/ die than beg. (3)/ No Error (4) Options:

4 / 50

In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Ankit can not (1)/ succeed because (2)/ he labours hard. (3)/ No Error (4) Options:

5 / 50

In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The teacher (1)/ explained everything (2)/ very clearly. (3)/ No Error (4) Options:

6 / 50

- In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Hundreds of ______ have been used in the study of the past and of man's progress. Options:

7 / 50

In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Computer literacy will be crucial in ______ children to cope with the overall advancement.

8 / 50

In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Vishal couldn't  ______ breakfast today.

9 / 50

- In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

One of the pens ______ no ink.

10 / 50

In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

This is the same dog ______ was running on the road.

11 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Ablaze

12 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Chivalrous

13 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Concocted

14 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Gambol

15 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word similar in meaning to the word given.

Jangle

16 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Keen

17 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Loiter

18 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Madden

19 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Penitence

20 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.

Slacken

21 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

A dark horse

22 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

All at sea

23 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Bear up with

24 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Creature comforts

25 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

To clear the decks

26 / 50

- Improve the bracketed part of the sentence

The red and (the white rose) looks beautiful.

27 / 50

- Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

I (have seen) him last year.

28 / 50

Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Shashank appealed to the judge (for his release) from jail.

29 / 50

Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Rohan has no acquaintance (from Sourabh).

30 / 50

- Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

His mother has been ill (for) five days ago. Options

31 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

Shamelessly rude

32 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

A place for invalids and convalescents

33 / 50

- In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

A person who is fond of fighting

34 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

Story told to illustrate a moral or spiritual truth

35 / 50

In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

The policy of extending a country's empire and influence

36 / 50

- In the following question, four words are given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.

37 / 50

- In the following question, four words are given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.

38 / 50

In the following question, four words are given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.

39 / 50

In the following question, four words are given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.

40 / 50

In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Life priorities and ______ are never going to reduce. But among all of them, make some time for ______ the well being of the environment you live in. To save our environment, ______ life changing movement, is required. If anything is required, that is will power, honest ______ and some small initiatives. Save our environment by being a responsible citizen. Teach your child and others to save water. Do not waste water. It's a very ______ element of our environment.

Life priorities and ______ are never going

41 / 50

- In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Life priorities and ______ are never going to reduce. But among all of them, make some time for ______ the well being of the environment you live in. To save our environment, ______ life changing movement, is required. If anything is required, that is will power, honest ______ and some small initiatives. Save our environment by being a responsible citizen. Teach your child and others to save water. Do not waste water. It's a very ______ element of our environment.

make some time for ______ the well being of the environment

42 / 50

In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Life priorities and ______ are never going to reduce. But among all of them, make some time for ______ the well being of the environment you live in. To save our environment, ______ life changing movement, is required. If anything is required, that is will power, honest ______ and some small initiatives. Save our environment by being a responsible citizen. Teach your child and others to save water. Do not waste water. It's a very ______ element of our environment.

save our environment, ______ life changing movement

43 / 50

- In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Life priorities and ______ are never going to reduce. But among all of them, make some time for ______ the well being of the environment you live in. To save our environment, ______ life changing movement, is required. If anything is required, that is will power, honest ______ and some small initiatives. Save our environment by being a responsible citizen. Teach your child and others to save water. Do not waste water. It's a very ______ element of our environment.

that is will power honest ______ and some small initiatives

44 / 50

- In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Life priorities and ______ are never going to reduce. But among all of them, make some time for ______ the well being of the environment you live in. To save our environment, ______ life changing movement, is required. If anything is required, that is will power, honest ______ and some small initiatives. Save our environment by being a responsible citizen. Teach your child and others to save water. Do not waste water. It's a very ______ element of our environment.

It's a very ______ element of our environment.

45 / 50

- A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Culture is defined as a people's way of life. It entails how they dress, how they speak, the type of food they eat, the manner in which they worship, and their art among many other things.

Indian culture, therefore, is the Indians' way of life. Because of the population diversity, there is immense variety in Indian culture. The Indian culture is a blend of various cultures belonging to a diverse religion, castes; regions follow their own tradition and culture.

Indian Culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India had an urban civilization even during the Bronze age. The Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Civilization) dates back to 3300 BC – 1300 BC.

Distinct cultures different from each other co-exist together in a single country. Thus, in India, there is unity amidst vast cultural diversity. The way people live in India is reflected in its culture.

Unity in Diversity: India is a land of unity in diversity where people of different sects, caste and religion live together. India is also called the land of unity in diversity as different groups of people co-operate with each other to live in a single society. Unity in diversity has also become the strength of India.

Secularism: The word secularism means equality, impartiality, etc. towards all religion. India is a secular country, which means, equal treatment of all the religions present in India.

Traditions: traditional cultural values Gestures

  • Touching feet of elders: Indian tradition has rich cultural values. In India, younger show great respect to their elders. They touch the feet of their elders daily after waking up and especially on the festive occasions or before starting an important work.
  • Namaste: The gesture of the Namaste greeting is also part of the Indian culture. People greet each other by saying "Namaste" while joining their hands. "Namaste" means "Hello". (Also read, the meaning of Namaste here.) • Most Indians have a habit of shaking their heads while talking.

If I am a cultural, well-behaved Indian, what won't I do?

46 / 50

- A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Culture is defined as a people's way of life. It entails how they dress, how they speak, the type of food they eat, the manner in which they worship, and their art among many other things.

Indian culture, therefore, is the Indians' way of life. Because of the population diversity, there is immense variety in Indian culture. The Indian culture is a blend of various cultures belonging to a diverse religion, castes; regions follow their own tradition and culture.

Indian Culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India had an urban civilization even during the Bronze age. The Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Civilization) dates back to 3300 BC – 1300 BC.

Distinct cultures different from each other co-exist together in a single country. Thus, in India, there is unity amidst vast cultural diversity. The way people live in India is reflected in its culture.

Unity in Diversity: India is a land of unity in diversity where people of different sects, caste and religion live together. India is also called the land of unity in diversity as different groups of people co-operate with each other to live in a single society. Unity in diversity has also become the strength of India.

Secularism: The word secularism means equality, impartiality, etc. towards all religion. India is a secular country, which means, equal treatment of all the religions present in India.

Traditions: traditional cultural values Gestures

  • Touching feet of elders: Indian tradition has rich cultural values. In India, younger show great respect to their elders. They touch the feet of their elders daily after waking up and especially on the festive occasions or before starting an important work.
  • Namaste: The gesture of the Namaste greeting is also part of the Indian culture. People greet each other by saying "Namaste" while joining their hands. "Namaste" means "Hello". (Also read, the meaning of Namaste here.) • Most Indians have a habit of shaking their heads while talking.

Why is India called a unity in diversity?

47 / 50

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Culture is defined as a people's way of life. It entails how they dress, how they speak, the type of food they eat, the manner in which they worship, and their art among many other things.

Indian culture, therefore, is the Indians' way of life. Because of the population diversity, there is immense variety in Indian culture. The Indian culture is a blend of various cultures belonging to a diverse religion, castes; regions follow their own tradition and culture.

Indian Culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India had an urban civilization even during the Bronze age. The Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Civilization) dates back to 3300 BC – 1300 BC.

Distinct cultures different from each other co-exist together in a single country. Thus, in India, there is unity amidst vast cultural diversity. The way people live in India is reflected in its culture.

Unity in Diversity: India is a land of unity in diversity where people of different sects, caste and religion live together. India is also called the land of unity in diversity as different groups of people co-operate with each other to live in a single society. Unity in diversity has also become the strength of India.

Secularism: The word secularism means equality, impartiality, etc. towards all religion. India is a secular country, which means, equal treatment of all the religions present in India.

Traditions: traditional cultural values Gestures

  • Touching feet of elders: Indian tradition has rich cultural values. In India, younger show great respect to their elders. They touch the feet of their elders daily after waking up and especially on the festive occasions or before starting an important work.
  • Namaste: The gesture of the Namaste greeting is also part of the Indian culture. People greet each other by saying "Namaste" while joining their hands. "Namaste" means "Hello". (Also read, the meaning of Namaste here.) • Most Indians have a habit of shaking their heads while talking.

Which of the following is not true according to the passage?

48 / 50

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Culture is defined as a people's way of life. It entails how they dress, how they speak, the type of food they eat, the manner in which they worship, and their art among many other things.

Indian culture, therefore, is the Indians' way of life. Because of the population diversity, there is immense variety in Indian culture. The Indian culture is a blend of various cultures belonging to a diverse religion, castes; regions follow their own tradition and culture.

Indian Culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India had an urban civilization even during the Bronze age. The Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Civilization) dates back to 3300 BC – 1300 BC.

Distinct cultures different from each other co-exist together in a single country. Thus, in India, there is unity amidst vast cultural diversity. The way people live in India is reflected in its culture.

Unity in Diversity: India is a land of unity in diversity where people of different sects, caste and religion live together. India is also called the land of unity in diversity as different groups of people co-operate with each other to live in a single society. Unity in diversity has also become the strength of India.

Secularism: The word secularism means equality, impartiality, etc. towards all religion. India is a secular country, which means, equal treatment of all the religions present in India.

Traditions: traditional cultural values Gestures

  • Touching feet of elders: Indian tradition has rich cultural values. In India, younger show great respect to their elders. They touch the feet of their elders daily after waking up and especially on the festive occasions or before starting an important work.
  • Namaste: The gesture of the Namaste greeting is also part of the Indian culture. People greet each other by saying "Namaste" while joining their hands. "Namaste" means "Hello". (Also read, the meaning of Namaste here.)
  • Most Indians have a habit of shaking their heads while talking.

Based on the above passage, which of the following is NOT true about Indian culture?

49 / 50

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Culture is defined as a people's way of life. It entails how they dress, how they speak, the type of food they eat, the manner in which they worship, and their art among many other things.

Indian culture, therefore, is the Indians' way of life. Because of the population diversity, there is immense variety in Indian culture. The Indian culture is a blend of various cultures belonging to a diverse religion, castes; regions follow their own tradition and culture.

Indian Culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India had an urban civilization even during the Bronze age. The Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Civilization) dates back to 3300 BC – 1300 BC.

Distinct cultures different from each other co-exist together in a single country. Thus, in India, there is unity amidst vast cultural diversity. The way people live in India is reflected in its culture.

Unity in Diversity: India is a land of unity in diversity where people of different sects, caste and religion live together. India is also called the land of unity in diversity as different groups of people co-operate with each other to live in a single society. Unity in diversity has also become the strength of India.

Secularism: The word secularism means equality, impartiality, etc. towards all religion. India is a secular country, which means, equal treatment of all the religions present in India.

Traditions: traditional cultural values Gestures

  • Touching feet of elders: Indian tradition has rich cultural values. In India, younger show great respect to their elders. They touch the feet of their elders daily after waking up and especially on the festive occasions or before starting an important work.
  • Namaste: The gesture of the Namaste greeting is also part of the Indian culture. People greet each other by saying "Namaste" while joining their hands. "Namaste" means "Hello". (Also read, the meaning of Namaste here.)
  • Most Indians have a habit of shaking their heads while talking.

Based on the above passage, which of the following is NOT true about Indian culture?

50 / 50

- A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Culture is defined as a people's way of life. It entails how they dress, how they speak, the type of food they eat, the manner in which they worship, and their art among many other things.

Indian culture, therefore, is the Indians' way of life. Because of the population diversity, there is immense variety in Indian culture. The Indian culture is a blend of various cultures belonging to a diverse religion, castes; regions follow their own tradition and culture.

Indian Culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. India had an urban civilization even during the Bronze age. The Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Civilization) dates back to 3300 BC – 1300 BC.

Distinct cultures different from each other co-exist together in a single country. Thus, in India, there is unity amidst vast cultural diversity. The way people live in India is reflected in its culture.

Unity in Diversity: India is a land of unity in diversity where people of different sects, caste and religion live together. India is also called the land of unity in diversity as different groups of people co-operate with each other to live in a single society. Unity in diversity has also become the strength of India.

Secularism: The word secularism means equality, impartiality, etc. towards all religion. India is a secular country, which means, equal treatment of all the religions present in India.

Traditions: traditional cultural values Gestures

  • Touching feet of elders: Indian tradition has rich cultural values. In India, younger show great respect to their elders. They touch the feet of their elders daily after waking up and especially on the festive occasions or before starting an important work.
  • Namaste: The gesture of the Namaste greeting is also part of the Indian culture. People greet each other by saying "Namaste" while joining their hands. "Namaste" means "Hello". (Also read, the meaning of Namaste here.)
  • Most Indians have a habit of shaking their heads while talking.

What is the reason behind the immense variety in Indian culture?

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