SSC CGL 2019

CGL 2019:

Batch Timings 9 Am. to 12 Pm, 1 Pm. to 3 Pm & 4 Pm to 7 Pm

Highlights of SSC CGL in NIGJEC:



Strictly 25 Students per Batch

If you are really serious aspirant of SSC CGL then please go through this till last. It will hardly take your ten minutes.

NIGJEC, the only Institute in Mumbai that gives best and relevant coaching for Staff Selection Commission in Thane and Kalyan.

We don’t know this is your first, second or third attempt and in past had you cleared Tier 1, Tier 2 Exam?

Friends, how SSC-CGL can be cracked or those who cracked, what strategy they followed? To know this, we have to understand the marks pattern of SSC CGL of Tier 1, Tier 2 & Tier 3.

90% selected candidates in Tier 1 score 150 or above marks out of 200 marks, in Tier 2, 320 or above out of 400 marks. In Tier 3, 60 or above out of 100 Marks.

Over all for general candidate score should be 530 or above out of 700 marks (for interview post)

  • For OBC candidates score should be 500 marks or above.
  • For SC candidates score should be 490 marks or above.
  • For ST candidates score should be 475 marks or above.

Note: There may be variation of 10 to 15 marks.

Most of the students do the preparation through YouTube, Apps & some famous books (Kiran Publication, Rakesh Yadav 7300, Neetu Singh`s plinth to paramount etc.) or Coaching Institutes. But despite doing all these things aspirants don’t score 150 or above marks even cannot reach up to cut off. Why does it happen?

Because Concept is cleared up to 60% only through YouTube and Apps. In Coaching Institutions, they conduct the classes of Banks, SSC and Railways together but pattern of question Papers and syllabus of Math & English are totally different of these exams. Most of the Coaching Institutions solve 15 to 20 questions from Maths and complete the one batch in 3 months. Thus Candidates (Students) attend the exam with half study and cannot get through or clear cut off.

This process is continued for 2 to 3 years and student stops the preparation of SSC or Government Jobs after getting frustrated.

There is an Iinstitute in Mumbai ‘NIGJEC-NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT JOB EXAM COACHING’, NIGJEC has expertise of Staff Selection CGL of many years. NIGJEC is the best coaching institute in Thane and Kalyan City .Only Institute in Mumbai that gives coaching of SSC of all rounds (Tier 1, Tier 2 & Tier 3).

In SSC TIER 1 coaching for Math Arithmetic section, 6 lectures of 3 hours per chapter is given.

150 questions are done per chapter in 6 lectures and in these 6 lectures 150 questions are given for homework. In next lectures these 150 questions of homework are analyzed of every students separately by team of experienced faculty and doubts are cleared. In advanced Math (Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra, Mensuration) 12 lectures per chapter and 300 question are done. 300 questions are given for homework

In every lecture after clearing the 100% concept, Faculty focuses on time management skills (short trick of questions i.e. how they can be solved within 30 seconds)

In English 30 lectures of grammar of 3 hours each lecture for (noun, pronoun, adjective, preposition, verb, adverb, tense, verb, activepassive, narration, question tag, subject verb agreement ,conditional sentences, conjunction, article ) and Vocabulary section.

  • 1500 one word substitution
  • 1500 synonym and  antonym
  • 1600 idioms

In order to memorize them by link and visual method separate lectures are conducted.

After following this process our so many students have scored more than 45 out of 50 in quants in tier 1 and more than 160 out of 200 in tier 2.

In English 40 -45 out of 50 in tier 1.

150 above out of 200 in tier 2.

For reasoning and general awareness (25 questions of 50 marks of each section in tier 1, total 50 questions of 100 marks are asked)

SSC aspirant should not ignore GS and reasoning because in reasoning 45 to 48 marks can be scored easily and in GS 25-33 is a considered as a good score.

  1. To score 70-80 out of 100 marks in GS and Reasoning we have best faculty.
  2. To clear the concepts of the students there are separate batches for BA, B.Com, Hindi and Marathi medium students.
  3. 50 Mock Tests are conducted before Tier I, offline and online.


  1. Assistant audit officer (AAO)
  2. Income tax ( Sub-Inspector)
  3. Ex narcotics (Sub-Inspector)

And many others

Mock Test analyzed and checked by selected SSC CGL candidates. You will be told about your weaknesses.


“Successful and unsuccessful students do not vary greatly in their abilities.

They vary in their desires to reach their potential.”




  • 1st batch  9:00 to 12:00
  • 2nd batch 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
  • 3rd batch 4 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Tier 1 batch is for 4 months
  • Tier 2 batch timing will be updated soon.

SSC CGL Exam 2018

Staff Selection Commission CGL Exam is conducted every year. There are four rounds (tier 1, tier 2, and tier 3, tier4). SSC is responsible to recruit buerocrats for central government ministries. Candidates are hired after selection for Group ‘B’ or Group ‘C’ posts.

The salary of ssc varies for various posts.  Posts are either from the Pay Band 9300-34800 or Pay Band 5200-20200.Salary depends on the level of department. When candidates joins SSC, their level will be that as a beginner.

The SSC conducts multiple exams every year. Some exams are SSC-CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC MTS exam, SSC Junior Engineer, SSC Stenographer, SSC Translator and some more.

Candidate should have detailed knowledge of SSC-CGL posts and profiles that they are applying.


Grade Pay Salary
4800 (Pay band 2) 47, 600
4600 (Pay band 2) 44, 900
4200 (Pay band 2) 35, 400
2800 (Pay band 1) 29, 200
2400 (Pay band 1) 25, 500


SSC CGL 2018 Eligibility Criteria

There are three criteria of eligibility that candidates need to fulfil to apply. Candidate needs to qualify all three criteria to prove his candidature for this exam. These three criteria are classified into the following categories.

  1. SSC CGL Age Limit (As on 1st August 2018):

The Age Limit varies for different posts. The table gives the information of SSC CGL various posts.

PostAge Limit
Statistical Investigator Grade IIMax. 32 years
Assistant in CSS20 – 30 years
Assistant in IB21 – 30 years
Assistant Enforcement Officer/SI in CBI /SI in NIA30 years
SI in Central Bureau of Narcotics18 – 27 years
All Other postsRefer the Official Notification
  1. SSC CGL Age Relaxation (as on 1st August 2018)

The Age Relaxation for SSC CGL is according to the set Government standards.

  • SC/ST – 5 years

  • OBC – 3 years

  • PwD – 10 years

3. SSC CGL Qualification for Education (as on 1st August 2018)

  • To apply for SSC CGL 2018 Exam, candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree from any recognised university.
  • If candidate is applying applying for the post of AAO or JSO, he or she should also possess some Desirable Qualifications as mentioned in the Official Notification.

How to Apply for SSC CGL Exam?


  1. Candidate has to register through SSC CGL official website.
  2. Candidate needs to pay the Application fee online using Debit Card/Credit Card/Internet Banking/Cash Cards/Wallets, etc.
  3. Candidate should have a valid email ID.
  4. Candidate should keep a scanned photograph and signature ready as per requirements mentioned in the official notification.
  5. Submit the Application Form.
  6. Take out the Print Out of the Application Form for future correspondence.

By following these steps, candidate can submit his SSC CGL Form successfully.

SSC CGL Exam Pattern & Selection Process 2018

Stage 1: SSC CGL Tier 1

→ it is a computer based online test of 200 marks duration is 1 hour. There is a negative marking of 0.50 Marks for each wrong answer.

General Intelligence & Reasoning255060 minutes
General Awareness2550
Quantitative Aptitude2550(For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 80 minutes)
English Language2550

Stage 2: SSC CGL Tier 2

→ This is again online exam consists of 4 papers as mentioned in the table. There is no sectional cut off. The negative marking for each section quant and English is as follows:

Paper I, Paper III & Paper IV – 0.5 marks

Paper II – 0.25 marks

IQuantitative Aptitude1002002 Hr.
IIEnglish Language & Comprehension200200(For Each Paper. 40 min extra for
IIIStatistics (Paper I & II as above)100200Paper 3&4)
IVGeneral 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 1 hour of time duration.

Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi10060 Minutes
(Writing of Essay, Precis, Letter, Application etc.)(For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 80 Minutes)

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.

SSC Tier IVTime DurationSyllabus
Computer Proficiency Test(for post of Assistant Section Officer in CSS & MEA only)45 MinutesWord / PowerPoint Excel/


SSC CGL Results

SSC releases the results for every exam within 1-2 months after the exam takes place. Likewise, SSC will release SSC CGL 2018 results which can be found in the Official Website of SSC.

SSC CGL 2018 Vacancies List

Staff Selection Commission will release the List of Vacancies that will be filled after this SSC CGL Notification 2018.

Detailed Syllabus to Prepare for SSC CGL Exam

Logical Reasoning General Awareness
– Classification

– Analogy

– Coding Decoding

– Puzzle

– Matrix

– Word Formation

– Dictionary Order

– Venn Diagram

– Direction & Distance

– Blood Relation

– Missing Number

– Number Series

– Alphabet Series

– Verbal Reasoning

– Non-Verbal Reasoning

– Indian Culture

– Geography of India & the World

– Indian History

– Environment

– Economy

– Polity

– Physics + Space Sciences

– Biology

– Chemistry

– Computer & Mobile Technology

– Diseases

– Pollution & Nutrition

Current Affairs

–  Sports

– People in News

– Books & Authors

– Schemes & Portfolios


Quantitative Aptitude English Language
– Simplification

– Interest

– Percentage

– Ratio & Proportion

– Average

– Problems on Age

– Speed Time & Distance

– Profit & Loss

– Number Series

– Number System

– Mensuration

– Data Interpretation

– Time & Work

– Mixture Problems

– Algebra

– Geometry

– Trigonometry

– Reading Comprehension

– Fill in the Blanks

– Spellings

– Phrases & Idiom Meaning

– One Word Substitution

– Phrase Replacement/Sentence Correction

– Error Spotting

  1. Candidate should know the pattern & SSC CGL Syllabus with Weightage of each topic


  1. Candidate should analyse his Current Preparation Level

Once candidate knows the pattern and syllabus, he should know where he stands in terms of preparation.

This exercise will help you assess the following:

  • The difference between your current preparation level and the level that is required to pass the exam.
  • If you need to work on certain topics from scratch.
  • If you are taking too much time in solving questions.
  1. Candidate should know the Previous Years Cut Off
  2. Knowing the SSC CGL Syllabus & Difficulty Level
  3. Time Left for SSC CGL Preparation 2018
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