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REVISED SCHEME OF COMBINED GRADUATE LEAVEL EXAMINATION,2010
Staff Selection Commission is a Central Government Recruitment Agency, mandated formaking recruitment to Group “B” (Non-Gazetted) and Group-“C” (Non-technical) posts in variousDepartments, Ministries and Subordinate and Attached Offices under Government of India.
2. The 2nd Administrative Reforms Commission in its report has analysed the performance of SSC and made specific recommendations on recruitment at Graduate and other levels. Salient
features of 2nd ARC’s observations/recommendations are :
(i)Manual evaluation apart from being time consuming may not be free from the biases of evaluators.
(ii)The advantages of quick evaluation and total objectivity outweigh the disadvantage ofnot being able to assess the candidates’ presentation skills.
(iii) Shortening the examination process would allow the candidates to join early and upgrade the skills of selected candidates.
(v) There is no need to conduct four different examinations for posts included inCombined Graduate Level Examnation, Sub Inspector in CPOs, Tax Assistants and Section Officers(Audit)[which presumably includes SO (Commercial Audit)].
(vi) There could be a common examination and , thereafter, the candidates can apply for various posts with this examination score. SSC may then conduct specialized test and interviews.
It is now proposed to have a three Tier selection process on the basis of a single application for the posts for which recruitment is presently made through the following examinations:
(a) Combined Graduate Level Examination.
(b) Tax Assistant Examination.
(c) Section Officer (Commercial Audit)Examination
(d) Section Officer (Audit)Examination
(e) Complier (for O/o RGI)Examination
(f) Statistical Investigator Grade-II (for M/o Statistics & Prog. Implementation)Examination
(g) Sub-Inspector in CPOs Examination
Salient features of thenew Scheme are :
I. There will be a single application for all posts.
II. Candidates will be advised to give option, in order of priority, for various group of posts included in the Examination. The Notice for the Examination will mention the date of Tier-I as well as Tentative date for Tier-II Exmination.
III. Tier-I of the Examination will comprise of one paper of Objective Type with the following parts:
|A||General Intelligence & Reasoning||50||50||(i)Two hours
(ii) Two hours &
40 minutes for
*Paper for VH candidates will not have Graphs, Charts etc.
iv. Tier-I will be used to screen the candidates for appearing in Tier-II for various papers whichwill be specifically required for different groups of posts. However, to avoid replication at TierII level, marks of such screened candidates in Tier-I will be taken into account for ranking ofcandidates for selecting them for the interview and also final selection.
v. Tier-II of the Examination will consist of three Objective Multiple Choice papers which thecandidates will be required to take depending upon their qualifications and options for various posts :
|All Posts other
than SI in CPOs
2 hours 40 minutes
(for VH where eligible
2 hours & 40 minutes
2 hours & 40 minutes
(for VH candidates
vi. All papers in Tier-II will be of Objective Type as recommended by the 2nd ARC While papers I and II of Tier-II Examination will be of general nature and at a level consistent with the Educational Qualifications prescribed for the posts, namely a degree, Paper-III of specialized nature will be of Degree Level.
vii. Tier-III will consist of Interview. Additionally for posts Tax Assistants and Assistants(CSS) Skill Test in Data Entry/Computer Proficiency will be of qualifying nature and compulsory. Interview will iner-alia test the comprehension and analytical ability of the candidates to supplement testing of language skills in Tier-I and II, General Awareness and personality, besides giving suitable weightage for levels of performance in minimum educational qualification prescribed, additional qualifications, if any, social abilities as evidenced through
participation in extra curricular activities or depth of knowledge gained in the job in the case of candidates already employed etc. Marks for interview will be apportioned appropriately to test the competencies which might not have been adequately tested through objective type testing in Tier I and II.
viii. Skill Test for Tax Assistant / Assistants (CSS) will be held on-line and results will be available to the SSC immediately after conduct of the Text to avoid any delay in finalization of the results. To avoid inconvenience to the candidates, SSC will endeavor to schedule skill test along with interviews.
ix. Interview will carry a weightage of 100 marks.
5. The proposed scheme offers the opportunity of appearing for various posts through a single application, which is advantageous to candidates. Detailed notification of the Examination is proposed to be published in Employment News/Rozgar Samachar on 30.01.2010.
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