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SSC Stenographer 2019 Notification -Grade C & D Released

The Staff Selection Commission [SSC] will hold an Open Competitive Computer Based [CBT] Examination for recruitment of Stenographer Grade C (Group B- Non-Gazetted) and Stenographer Grade D (Group C) for various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations in the Government of India. The notification invites only those eligible candidates who have required skills in stenography to apply.

The vacancies to the post will be updated in due course. The same will be updated on the official website:  https://ssc.nic.in/

Candidates are recommended to check the official website time to time for updates. All the other important information related to SSC Stenographer 2019 Notification -Grade C & D will be made available on the website, namely, the number of vacant posts for various departments.

Important Dates for SSC Stenographer 2019 Notification

Listed below are the important dates for SSC Stenographer Grade C & D notification:

  1. Date for submission of online applications: 20.09.2019 to 18.10.2019
  2. Last date for receipt of application: 18.10.2019 (17:00)
  3. Last date for making online fee payment: 20.10.2019 (17:00)
  4. Last date for generation of offline Challan: 20.10.2019 (17:00)
  5. Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank): 22.10.2019
  6. Date of Computer Based Examination: 05.05.2020 to 07.05.2020 

Preparation for SSC Stenographer 2019 Exam

As the examination will be held as ‘Computer Based Test’ [CBT], and with many participants, it will be highly competitive. Good preparation for this examination will be the best you can do. Disha Publication has a wide range of recommended books which gives you an extra edge in the stiff competition.

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SSC- SI Exam – All you need to know!!

Thousands of candidates appear for SSC SI examination every year. The competition is fairly high and difficult to crack. But if candidates follow the tips given below, they can prepare for the examination in a better manner.

 

Keep a note of examination pattern given below:

 

SSC ASI Examination Pattern:

i.            The question paper will be set in both languages i.e. Hindi and English.

ii.            Questions will be of objective multiple choice question on OMR answer sheet.

iii.            Paper 1 will be in sections A, B and C.

iv.            For each wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted.

Exam Preparation Strategy – Tips to follow

  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses –

Understand your strengths and weaknesses. It gives you direction in order to  focus where it is needed that most. For example, you are good in Math, average in Chemistry but below average in Physics. This understanding will help you focus on the required field in the most efficient manner. With this strategy, you can turn your weaknesses into strength.

  • Familiarize with the exam pattern –

Be familiar with the syllabus, pattern of the exam, notifications, important topics from examination point of view and marking scheme. These approaches will greatly help you making proper study routine and hence improve your attempt in the exam.

  • Plan your study schedule –

It is important to plan your study and make a schedule in the form of time table. You can assign chapters and topics on the basis of timings. This will give a systematic approach to the way to the syllabus coverage. It is important to note that simply making the plan is not   sufficient, one need to stick to the plan.

  • Practice hard and revise  –

In order to convert your learning into a good score in the exam, regular practice is recommended. So practice hard till you achieve perfection in the focused topic. If you practice hard, you will be able to solve the question with ease in the exam.

  • Strike a balance –

Add the element of relaxation to your schedule. Strike a balance between your studies and extracurricular activities. Give your mind its food in terms of taking rest, proper sleep , physical exercise also help mind to generate relaxing tissues. Proper diet is also important aspect that helps to keep the brain going. Take healthy diet i.e consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables.

 

Follow the above mentioned steps to make SSC exam a success.

 

All the best for exams!!

BCom results after 24-day delay

BCom result out after 24 day delay

The results of third-year BCom semester V were declared on Thursday, after a delay of 24 days. Exams got over on November 28 last year, and the results were to be declared within 45 days. From 64,010 students who appeared for the exams, 65.28% cleared them, at size, similar examinations 2013.

Candidates, just over 5% received the highest score, the acting, the largest specific weight in the party, about 20%, received the rank. Some results were withheld as colleges do not submit internal assessment marks to the University on time, said examination controller Dinesh Bhonde.

Dean of the faculty of Commerce Madhu Nair has led elections as one of the main reasons for the delay in announcing the results. Also assessment and moderation should be done, along with lectures.

Success in CA final exams increases gradually

Pass rates in accounting final exams has steadily risen in the last two issues. In November 2014 exams, 8.23% of the candidates passed at the national level, and 7.29% in March 2014 exams. In November 2013, the passing score was simply 3.11%. Institute of chartered accountants of India (ICAI) announced in November 2014 results on Monday.

More than 36,000 students appeared in the final exam. The highest scorer of Maharashtra is Santosh Nankani (22) Nandurbar with 69.13%; national rank three. The rank is shared Nikita Goel from the choir. Vijender the Aggarwal from Gurgaon, topped 69.75% and Pooja Pareek from Ahmedabad stood second with 69.50%.

JK Shah, CA, Institute of coaching, said that the results are not better. “This must be the perfect student success, clearing the professional examinations like CA. Quality assessment, it seems, had to be restored.”

Prafulla Chhajed, Vice-Chairman of the Board of studies, ICAI, said: “Although we have no record of the number of students who do not have a formal degree, such a possibility cannot be ruled out. Some students that focus can lead CA after class XII.” Students usually complete the entrance test (CPT) and midterm exam (IPCC), and then article ship before the final.

 

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