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Can mechanical and automation degree holder apply for ssc je exam?

shreya27200 26th Sep, 2020

Hello atul,

Hope you're doing well.

Yes, you can surely apply for SSC JE exam. Many government posts require qualifications in mechanical engineering. The age limit for writing this exam is 30 years - 32 years varying in different departments. For example, JE mechanical posts in central water commission demand candidates with age up to 32 years.

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Im in 2nd year of engineering and also preparing for SSC CHSL. If I secured a rank in SSC CHSL then how can I continue my graduation if there is no facility of distance learning in my college.

Rayan Rego 26th Sep, 2020

For every post  that is offered under the SSC CHSL exam the minimum eligibility is that the candidate must have completed 12th science with mathematics compulsory from a recognised board . So if you are doing engineering you have two option either complete it and then go for a job or drop it.

I would rather suggest to complete your engineering and then apply for exams related to engineering domains and leaving behind SSC CHSL.

Go for exams like GATE, ISRO, BARC, SSC JE, RRB etc

Thank you

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sir /maam currently i am in JNV class 11 and i want to prepare for nda from class 11 without coaching so how can i manage myself to crack nda while studying in JNV.plz tell some advice or tips which you want to give

Muskan 25th Sep, 2020

HI Shivam

first of all , it  is very important to properly know what is the syllabus of the exam. You can refer to the link below :

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-syllabus

Then you should make a proper study plan Since you need to focus on 11th and 12th equally. Practice Maths daily , stay updated about the current affairs. Practice previous year papers they will help you a lot.

And most important thing is to be optimistic and focused.

For more tips you can refer to the link below :

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/how-to-prepare-for-nda

All the best :)

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sir / maam i am currently in jnv in class 11 and i want to prepare for nda so how can i mange to prepare for nda in JNV

NITIN KUMAR CHHABRA 25th Sep, 2020

Dear Student ,

First of all you must know that the total score for Nda paper is 1800 . The 900 marks are for written exams and 900 marks are for SSB .Now the written part consists of two portions . The one is general ability and the second is mathematics .

Now as you are currently in 11th class , so in my opinion you have to give NDA exam afyer your 12 th class . Till then your all mathematics ,physics and chemistry syllabus will be complete .

  • General ability paper has various subjects like physics , chemistry , history , geography , english , political science , economics etc . The physics and chemistry is upto 12 th class but level is moderate . The other subjects came upto 10 th class . So you must have a storong hold on them . This paper is of 600 marks.
  • Maths paper completely came from 11th and 12th class . You must have a strong hold on maths and your all basic concepts must be very clear .

Some tips for good marks :

  1. Don't waste your time , utilize it in clearing your basic concepts strong .
  2. You must have to solve many practice papers of NDA before your actual exam .This will boost your confidence .
  3. Also you have to make a good time table . Follow it honestly.
  4. Don't attempt the questions in paper which you don't know the answer .Because both papers have negative marking .So it will loose your marks .

For the SSB part you have to take separate coaching .

Hope this help you.

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I AM IN CURRENTLY CLASS 11 ARTS AND I AM CONFUSED THAT WHAT TO CHOOSE BETWEEN SSC CHSL AND RAILWAY AFTER CLASS 12 JOBS PLEASE SUGGEST ME AS I HAVE TO DO MY GRADUATION ALONG WITH MY JOB I AM THINKING ABOUT SSC CHSL PLEASE GIVE YOUR OPINION

Krishna M V 25th Sep, 2020

Dear Aspirant,

you are said that you are currently 12th ARTS and you are aspiring for Govt Jobs and you aiming to write after the 12th studies for Government jobs well, go with SSC CHSL as they are well organized and comes with calendar every year there will be certain clarity, but when you compare RRB it's some times a Herculean task because there you can't expect a calendar for recruitment and things not work well, with SSC CHSL its a better option for you with 12th.

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Is contura vision laser surgery is detectable in NDA?

JAYA KARTHIKA RS 25th Sep, 2020

Hello,

Contura vision is the most advanced blade free topography guided laser.

It is detectable by Corneal Topography and slit- lamp (Highly defined end ) examination

These are expensive and are available at highly equiped institutions.

It is very hard to detect in medical evaluation by simple examination methods.

It can't be detectable in NDA, because it is only detectable by highly equipped devices, which are not found in medical evaluation facilities of Army, navy or any defence sector





Hope it helps



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My eye power is -3.5 can I join NDA?

Aishwary Jaiswal 25th Sep, 2020

hello aspirant,

for that, you will have to wear spectacles but  spectacles are not allowed in NDA at all. eye sight should be 6/6 with out spectacles. Though you can appear in written exam, but in medical exam they will drop you.

you can try for other government exams with the help of which you can serve our country


hope that helps

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whats the process to become an IAS

Aditya Kumar Student Expert 25th Sep, 2020

Hello



If you want to become an IAS officer then first of all you need to be a graduate in any discipline of your choice  and then you need to appear in one of the toughest examination called UPSC, and it has 3 stages which are listed below :-


*The first stage of the exam is Preliminary examination (objective )


*The second stage, Mains (written).


*If you manage to clear both prelims and mains then you are to go through third stage i.e interview/personality test .


And if you managed to clear all the three rounds mentioned above, then congratulations you may become an ias officer

For detailed information go through

https://competition.careers360.com/articles/upsc-ias-eligibility-criteria/amp

I hope you find this helpful


Thankyou

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