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so i can take ba defence and become an ias
It does not matter which bachelors degree you undergo to be an IAS Officer. For appearing into the UPSC CSE entrance exam, you just need to have bachelors degree in any stream from a recognized college/university. You need to just prepare the UPSC CSE Syllabus in detail and appear for the interview at last. No single course can cover the whole aspects of the UPSC CSE Exam. You can undergo any of your desired course and prepare for the UPSC CSE along side.
Know more about the UPSC CSE Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus, Exam Pattern over here: https://competition.careers360.com/exams/upsc-civil-services-exam
Aurangabad centre is allotted for UPSC NDA exam. Please know that is from maharashtra or Bihar.
Please make sure that you go through the application form and admit card once again because there would have been mentioned the state, pin code of the center and some landmarks and that will make very easy to identify you which Aurangabad you have been allotted.
Not only this there is one more way that you can know your center and that by remembering what centers you chose while filling choices for your center because most probably the center will be one out your choices or if not then near to your state.
I hope this information helps you.
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how we can crack the SSC CGL exam
SC exam is the most sought after exams in the country and for a candidate to prepare for SSC CGL exam in 30 days and crack it in the same go is a challenge in itself. In this article. We shall discuss the key points to remember to crack the SSC CGL exam by 30 days of preparation.
8 Tips To Crack SSC CGL Exam In 30 Days
To qualify the SSC exam with 30 days of preparation, a candidate must devote at least 16 hours a day studying and dedicate equal time for preparation of each and every topic.
Given below are the 10 tips that may help candidates prepare for the SSC CGL exam in 30 days and qualify it in the same attempt.
Go Through The Syllabus & Exam Pattern
The first and foremost thing that needs to be done is knowing what needs to be prepared. A candidate must carefully go through the syllabus and exam pattern before starting the preparation.
The SSC CGL notification (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-cgl-notification/) released by the conducting body gives the detailed exam pattern and syllabus for the convenience of candidates. The syllabus for SSC CGL exam is comprehensive and any candidate willing to apply for the upcoming 2021 examination must put in a lot of effort to study it completely.
The Staff Selection Commission is the conducting body for the various SSC exams. Every year lakhs of candidates apply for the exam and only a handful are able to qualify. The main reasons for this being the increased competition and the lack of practice.
Apart from the SSC CGL (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-cgl/) exam, many exams are conducted by SSC:
- Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination ( SSC CHSL (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-chsl/) )
- Junior Engineer Examination ( SSC JE (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-je/) )
- General Duty Constable ( SSC GD (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-gd/) )
- Central Police Organisation ( SSC CPO (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-cpo/) )
- Multitasking Staff ( SSC MTS (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-mts/) )
- Grade C & Grade D ( SSC Stenographer (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-stenographer/) )
Since the recruitment of candidates to various Departments and Ministries of Government under SSC for the year 2021 is round the corner, candidates must start their preparation and ensure that they have sufficient study material and proper help, if needed.
Preparing for the SSC CGL exam in 30 days is not an impossible task but definitely requires the candidate to be really hardworking and disciplined.
Prepare a Study Plan
The second step is that once you know what all subjects are apart of the SSC CGL syllabus, you must make a timetable that would systematically divide equal time for preparation of each section.
Sort out which subjects are your strengths and which are your weakness and then accordingly distribute time for preparation of each section. Candidates can get the section-wise SSC exam preparation (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/section-wise-ssc-exam-preparation/) tips at the linked article.
Collect Study Material
Before the preparation gets started do make sure that you have all the important study material and best books to prepare for the SSC exam within 30 days. You can get the study material online on different websites and offline through coaching institutes.
set A Proper Time Table
To ensure that sufficient and equal time is dedicated for the preparation of each subject, candidates must equally devote time to the preparation of each section. Although there is no sectional cut off in the SSC exam still, a candidate must be prepared equally well for each section.
One hour daily must be spent on reading the newspaper carefully. This will not just help you in the General Awareness section but also in the English Language Section.
3 to 4 hours daily must be spent on solving previous year papers and mock tests. Apart from this, the remaining time must be equally distributed for each section. Nothing less than 16 hours a day will let a candidate qualify the exam with 30 days of preparation.
Find Your Strengths and Weakness
There is a set pattern that is followed each year by SSC while making the exam papers. Hence certain topics are of utmost importance and some not so important. When you go through the syllabus, find out which topics are your strengths and which are your weakness.
This will enable you to concentrate more on the topics you are weak in with respect to the examination. Topics which are your stronger points can be covered in a shorter span of time and the topics which are your weakness may take a longer time to prepare.
Solve Previous Year Question Papers
Solving previous year question papers is a piece of advice that is strongly recommended to any candidate appearing for the upcoming SSC exam. Question papers from the past few years will help you apprehend and analyse which topics are the most important with respect to which SSC exam.
Make Proper Notes
When a candidate is left with only 30 days to prepare for the SSC CGL exam, he should make sure that nothing can be left for the future. So maintaining proper notes in a must. So that on the final few days he/she can directly refer to the notes for revision.
Do make a proper record of all the important formulas for the quantitative aptitude section and daily give in 15-20 minutes to revise all the formulas well. This will cost you less time in comparison to revisiting all the chapters again and again daily.
For candidates who are going to apply for the SSC CGL exams for the first time in 2021 can know, how to start the SSC exam preparation (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/how-to-start-ssc-exam-preparation/) at the linked article.
Do Not Panic
When a candidate is left with 30 days for the exam to be conducted, the most important thing to be kept in mind is that one should not panic. Keep in mind that you should always have an optimistic approach while preparing for the exam. This helps you stay more concentrated and confident for your performance.
Do not think about the result and only concentrate on your performance. It is also important that a candidate only gives in his/her 100 per cent and does not think about the result as it may lead to anxiety which is not good a month before the exam.
Furthermore, candidates are suggested to solve SSC CGL mock tests (https://byjus.com/ssc-exams/ssc-cgl-mock-test/) to understand the exam pattern and analyse their own performance based on the marks scored at the end of each test.
I was born in 2005 aug and i passout class12 in 2023. so how many attempt I have for NDA according to age alegibility criteria..
According to the eligibility criteria for NDA, a candidate should be between the age of 16.5 to 19.5 while applying for admission. In your case, after clearing 10+2 you will be 17 years Old in 2023.
There is no limit in number of attempts, you can attempt for NDA till you lie in that age limit i.e. till 19.5 years.
Other eligibility criteria for NDA is
- The candidate must be an indian national
- Male unmarried candidates are eligible.
- Age lies between 16.5-19.5
- Minimum qualification 10+2 for army and 10+2 with physics and mathematics for air force and navy.
For more information regarding NDA please visit https://www.google.com/amp/s/competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-eligibility-criteria/amp
All the best!
All information about SSC CGL exam questions
SSC CGL is conducted over four stages such as
Tier I which is MCQs based conducted for a duration of two hours with 25 questions from each section such as English Language/General Awareness/General Intelligence and Reasoning/Quantitative Aptitude carrying 100 questions for 200 marks,
Tier II is also MCQs based test of English and Mathematics these two papers are compulsory for all posts, in case of JSO Statistics is applicable, an for AAO the paper of General Studies(Economics & Finance) is applicable, all the papers individually carry 200 marks.
Tier III is descriptive test conducted in offline mode in English/Hindi for precis/letter writing/essay/application etc for 100 marks out of which 33% is the qualifying scores, it's conducted for one hour.
Tier IV: Computer Based Test/Skill Based Test/Document Verification
To know more details about SSC CGL examination, visit our page at https://competition.careers360.com/articles/ssc-cgl-selection-process
And to access the previous year question paper of SSC CGL at https://competition.careers360.com/articles/ssc-cgl-question-papers, this will make you acquaint with paper pattern, important topics, weightage, marking scheme and other relevant details pertaining to preparation of the exam.
all information about SSC CGL exam pattern
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As per the SSC CGL exam pattern , the CGL Tier 1 exam is an online, multiple-choice based exam . The exam consists of 4 sections having 100 questions in total. The total marks assigned for Tier I exam is 200. The duration for the Tier I exam is 60 minutes (80 minutes for differently-abled candidates).
Eligibility criteria : The eligibility criteria of SSC CGL are prescribed by Staff Selection Commission (SSC). SSC CGL eligibility criteria include details like nationality, age limit, educational qualification etc., Candidates can check the previous year's SSC CGL eligibility criteria below:
If you want to know more about it check out the link given in below
IAM GOING TO WRITE MY 12TH EXAMS IN YEAR 2021-22, CAN I APPLY FOR NDA(II) EXAM?
Yes, you can apply for NDA-2 this year. As per minimum eligibility criteria, students must have passed 12th or those who are appearing or waiting for the result of class12th are also eligible to sit in the exam.
Having said, you should you fulfill the other eligibility criteria of NDA like the age of the candidate must be between 16.5 to 19.5 years.
For army wing, you are eligible if you are no matter you have PCM or PCB but for Airforce and Naval wing, you must have Physics and Mathematics as your main subjects in 12th.
To get more detailed information about the eligibility criteria of NDA 2021, you can go through the link below.
To know about the important dates of NDA 2021, you can visit the link below.
I hope this information helps you.
I m born in 1 April 2005 and i m in class 12.will i be able to apply for nda 2021
The eligibility criteria for the NDA (1) and NDA(2) mentions, that candidates must be between the age of 16.5-19.5 years. The detailed age structure includes:
- NDA(1): Candidates must be born between July 2, 2002 - July 1, 2005.
- NDA(2): Candidates must be born between January 2, 2003-January1, 2006.
So, as your Date of birth falls between these dates, you are eligible both for NDA(1) and NDA(2) Entrance Exam. Candidates appearing in class 12 are equally eligible.
Know in detail about the eligibility criteria, application process, exam pattern over here: https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda
Detailed eligibility criteria: https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-eligibility-criteria
i have passed my 12th in 2020 so can i appear for nda 2021 as i am under 19 and studying in first year engineering college ???
You can go for NDA even in first year of engineering college as for NDA Exam, you need to be 12 passed. You can sit for the exam until or unless you meet all the criteria mentioned below:
- For NDA I , your DOB must be between July 2, 2002- July 1, 2005.
- For NDA II, your DOB must be between January 2, 2003-January 1, 2006
- You must be unmarried.
- Candidate must be of Indian National/Subject of Nepal, Bhutan, Tibetan Refugee/Indian Origin person
- Candidates need to have pass class 12 in any stream for Army, Physics and Mathematics is essential for Air Force and Navy.
If you meet these criteria, you can go for UPSC NDA Exam.
For detailed eligibility criteria, you can refer over the following link: https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-eligibility-criteria
As i am a partial dropper can i appear for nda 2021 because i am under 19 ???
Yes, you are eligible for NDA if you are a partial dropper provided that you fulfil the other eligibility criteria for NDA exam. Being partial dropper can only be the problem when your age does not fall in the age limit set by NDA but as you said you are under age of 19 and the upper limit for NDA is 19.5 years so there is no hindrance with you being partial dropper.
But make sure that you fulfil the other eligibility criteria for NDA. To check the same, you can go through the link below.
For the important dates related to NDA 2021, you can go through the link below.
I hope this answer helps you.
All the very best!!