CGL full form : SSC CGL full form

What is CGL Full Form, what is CGL, what should be the qualification for CGL, how many ways are part of CGL. What is the benefit of applying for CGL job? If you are looking for answers to some such questions. So you read this post, you will definitely get your answer. Friends, if you have passed Graduation and you are looking for a job, then you can apply for a job in CGL. As I told about SSC in one of my posts earlier, what is SSC. That's what we read about CGL. If you do not know what SSC Full Form is, then you can read it by clicking on the link given below.

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CGL Full Form and what does CGL stand for?
CGL Full form is "Combined Graduate Level"  The Staff Selection Commission is set to conduct SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 in the months of June and September respectively. The recruitment examination is conducted every year by the Commission which provides a prestigious career option for millions of students who apply for this exam. Passing the SSC exam can be a bit tricky, but with the right set of books, structured preparation and practice, you can easily pass the exam. As per the new exam dates, SSC CGL exam (Tier 1) will be held from in June  Since there is not much time left for the exam, it is in your beat interest to focus on improving the level of your exam preparation.

So as I said that if you want to apply for CGL, then you must have a Graduation degree and you must be between 18 to 27 years of age. CGL exam is very competitive exam, if you want to crack CGL exam then there is not much doubt that you will have to work hard too.

The various SSC CGL Group B posts are listed below:
  1. Assistant Section Officer
  2. Assistant Audit Officer
  3. Assistant Accounts Officer
  4. Inspector Posts
  5. Divisional Accountant
  6. Inspector
  7. Assistant / Superintendent
  8. Inspector of Income Tax
  9. Inspector (Central Excise)
  10. Inspector (Preventive Officer)
  11. Inspector (Examiner)
  12. Assistant Enforcement Officer
  13. Sub Inspector
  14. Junior Statistical Officer

Educational qualification:
Candidates should have a bachelor's (graduation) degree from any recognized university / board. If you are planning to take the SSC CGL competitive exam, then you can apply for CGL even in the final year of graduation, while you are waiting for the result, but you must get your bachelor's degree before SSC CGL exam Have to be completed.

Age Limit: As per the instructions of SSC CGL Eligibility Criteria 2017, the age limit can vary according to the post chosen by the candidate.

CGL Exam Pattern 

CGL is divided into the following four parts-
  1. Combined Graduate Level (Tier 1)
  2. Combined Graduate Level (Tier-2)
  3. Descriptive Test (Tier-3)
  4. Skills test

SSC CGL (Tier 1) 
In CGL Tier 1 Part you will get four subjects respectively.
  1. General intelligence
  2. English Comprehension
  3. Quantitative Aptitude
  4. General awareness
There will be 25 to 25 questions in each of these subjects. Each subject will be of 50 marks. That is, each question will be of 2 marks. The total number of questions in Combined Graduate Level (Tier 1) will be 100 and the total marks will be 200. You will get a total time of 1 hour to solve this part.

Combined Graduate Level (Tier 2)
In CGL Tier 2 Part respectively, you will get two subjects.
  1. Quantitative Ability
  2. General english

Each of these subjects will have 100- 100 questions. Each subject will carry 200 marks. That is, each question will be of 2 marks. The total number of questions in Combined Graduate Level (Tier 2) will be 200 and the total marks will be 400. You will get a total of 2 hours to solve this part.

Descriptive Test (Tier-3)
In this part of CGL, you will have to write Eassy and Letter and you will have to write Essay and Letter in both Hindi and English languages. You will have to do this with the help of pen and paper rather than computer. For this, you will get a total time of 1 hour.

Skills test
This part of CGL is taken for only a few posts. In this part you are tested skills such as typing on computer and computer information. If you want to clear this part of CGL, then you should also have typing and should have complete knowledge of computer.

How to prepare for CGL exan
  1. Make yourself fully aware of SSC CGL syllabus, exam pattern and exam dates. This will help you to prepare the topics covered in the exam and attempt more questions.
  2. Practice previous year question papers regularly as it can help you to improve your question solving skills.
  3. Also, by solving previous year question papers, you will get a fair idea about the type of questions asked in the exam.
  4. You should also solve the mock test provided by Gradeup to improve your practice and be confident about your SSC CGL exam preparation.
  5. General Awareness section is the most important section of SSC CGL exam. Therefore, to get more marks in the exam, prepare this section well.
  6. While practicing, try at least 20-25 questions in 30 minutes to improve your speed and accuracy.
  7. Lastly, learn important shortcut tricks, tips and notes that enable you to revise and solve difficult questions in quick time during the exam.

Hopefully you all understand about SSC CGL and Remember it CGL Full form is "Combined Graduate Level"