The most of the SSC CGL aspirants are preparing hard for the upcoming examination. Many of them may be engineers from various streams like Electrical (EE), Electronics & Communication (ECE/E&TC E), Mechanical (ME), Civil (CE), Computer Science (CSE) & Information technology (IT) engineering. They might be thinking that will this be an acceptable post for an engineer. Here in this article, we will find out the answer to it by comparing the salary data, post rank and job security of different government jobs like PSU, Banking and other.
SSC CGL Exam preparation tips to crack in first attempt
The Staff Selection Commission has released the notification for Combined Graduate Level examination 2017. Every year the commission provides an array of opportunities to young graduates to make their career in the public sector. It conducts a single examination to fill a number of seats in different government departments. The notification was released in the month of May and a total of 4473 posts are available this year. In this article, the focus is on both tier-I & Tier-II exam preparations.
SSC CGLE 2017 for the Recruitment of Graduates
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization through which Government of India recruits Staff/Officers by conducting All India Examinations for various job vacancies in the numerous departments and Ministries of the Government of India and in Subordinate offices. One of the most important exams that fall under this recruitment examinations is Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) conducted annually by SSC through which the hiring of GROUP-B are done. Staff Selection Commission has its Headquarters located in New Delhi.