SSC Chsl Exam Syllabus

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Introduce of SSC Chsl (Combined Higher Secondary Level): This exam is conducted by the SSC once every year.Minimum Qualification for this exam is 12th passed. Who are now appeared in 12 board exam or already have passed,this chsl  exam can be a very good option for them.

There are no requirement of any percentage just you have to pass the 12 board exam. Now a days competition is going so high so if you  want to crack this exam you have to study smart with hardwork, nothing is impossible. You can easily crack this exam if you keep consistency. It is high time to prepare for this exam.

CHSL exam Pattern: There are three phases in this exam. 1 CBT (Computer Based Test) 2.Descriptive paper 3. CPT (Computer Proficiency Test)

SSC Chsl Exam Syllabus 2020-2021

Tier I syllabus :  SSC Chsl tier I has four sections A. Quantitative aptitude, B.General English, C.General Intelligence(Reasioning), D.General Awareness. Total marks alloted is 200 in 100 questions. Each section has 25 questions. There is half Negative marking. Means Each two questions wrong deducts 1 mark. Total time allotment is 1 hour.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: In quantitative aptitude(maths) there have five sections 1. Arithmatic 2.Algebra. 3. Geometry 4.Mensuration 5. Data Interpretation.

ARITHMATIC: Number system, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, Profit and loss, Lcm and Hcf, Simplification,Power indices and surds, Average, Discount, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Time and Work, Boat and stream, Sequence and Series.

TRIGNOMETRY:  Trigonometric ratio, Degree and Radian Measures, Standard Identities, Complementary angles, Heights and Distances.

GEOMETRY:  Circles, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons , Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres,Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar diagram & Pie chart.

GENERAL ENGLISH:   Common errors,   Improvement of Sentences,   Transformation of Sentences(Active & Passive),  direct Indirect   Speech,  Fill in the blanks,Synonims Antonyms, One word substitution, Idiom and phrases, Selection of mis spelt word/correctly spelt word,  Arrangement of Sentences,Cloze test,Comprehension test

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE (Reasioning) : Analogy and Similarity, Blood Relationship, Symbols and Notations, Classification, Direction and distance test,Scheduled day/date/time, Series, Coding, Word formation, Syllogism Statements and Conclusions, Ranking/Arrangemen, Finding the missing numberArithmetical problems, Arrangement of words in a logical order(Alphabatical order, Cubes and dices, Logical Venn Diagram, Miscellanious, Series, Analogy, Classification, Mirror Image and Water Image, Paper cutting, Folding and punching, Completion of figural pattern, Embeded figure, Deviation of figure.

GENERAL AWARENESS: History, Geography, Political Science, Physics, chemistry, Biology,Economics, Recent developement, Art and culture, Computer Science.

Tier II(DESCRIPTIVE PAPER) : After qualifying Tier I  Candidates have to appear in Tier II( descriptive paper). It is only qualifying nature. Candidates have to get 33% to qualify to the next level. candidates are given two sections. 1. Essay and 2. Letter writting. Total marks is 100


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