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SSC CGL Exam Date, etc.

SSC CGL Exam Date, etc.

EventsDates
Starting Date of
Online Application
16th May 2017
Last Date of
Online Application
16th June 2017
Tier 1 Exam
1st August 2017 to
20th August 2017
Tier 2 Exam
(Tentative Dates)
10th, 11th
November 2017
Tier 3 Exam
(Tentative Dates)
21st January 2018
Tier 4 Exam
(Tentative Dates)
February 2018

SC CGL 2017 Exam Pattern & Selection Procedure 

The SSC CGL Exam pattern consists of 4 Stages as mentioned below:

Stage 1: SSC CGL Tier-1

→ It is a computer based online test of 200 marks in 60 minutes of time duration. There is a negative marking of 0.50 Marks for each wrong answer. There is no sectional cut off. 
SubjectQsMarksTime
General Intelligence
& Reasoning
255060 minutes
(
For VH &
Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 minutes)
General Awareness2550
Quantitative Aptitude2550
English Language2550
TOTAL100200

Stage 2: SSC CGL Tier-2 

→ This is an online based examination consisting of 4 papers as mentioned in the table. There is no sectional cut off. The negative marking for each wrong answer as follow:
Paper I , Paper III & Paper IV – 0.5 marksPaper II – 0.25 marks
PaperSubjectsQsMarksTime
Paper IQuantitative
Aptitude
1002002 Hours
(For
Each Paper)
Paper
II
English Language
& Comprehension
200200
Paper
III
Statistics
(Paper I & II as above)
100200
Paper
IV
General Studies
(Finance & Economics,
Paper I & II as above )
100200

Stage 3: SSC CGL Tier-3

→ This is a descriptive type paper of 100 marks and will be conducted in Pen and Paper mode. It will be of total 60 minutes of time duration.

Stage 4: SSC CGL Tier-4 

→ Tier-IV of the SSC CGL Examination is Data Entry Skill Test (DEST)/Computer Proficiency Test (CPT). This test is of qualifying nature. The DEST test is for the Tax Assistant Post only.
The merit list will be prepared on overall performance of student in Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III but you have to qualify all the tiers (i.e Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III) separately. 
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