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Centre for Competitive Examinations

About Centre

The Centre for Competitive Examinations aims at training undergraduate and post-graduate students for Indian Civil Services and State Civil Services Examinations. The CCE nurtures students from the basics of exam preparation to the interview level. The Centre is fully committed to exposing students to already selected students by inviting selected Civil Servants. The training provided by the centre covers preparation for Prelims (both GS paper and CSAT).  For mains preparation, the centre is committed to teach all four GS papers of UPSC exam during their graduation along with their regular course. This kind of training provides students immense confidence that even an average student can crack the exam with commitment and persistence. For interview preparation, the centre organises debates on current issues, group discussion and finally, when a student qualifies mains examination, the centre is committed to organising mock interviews. Along with regular classes during semesters, the centre is to train students during their summer vacation by organising a summer camp when they are free from their regular course routine and free to devote their full time for the preparation of ICS examination. The centre also organises a cluster of lecture in various fields to provide world-class exposure to the students. The centre has its own teaching-learning resources. It is also facilitated by supportive faculty from various departments of our Akal University. It also brings experts of different fields to make the training more dynamic. Nevertheless, the training is without any financial burden on students and is a free facility provided by the Akal University.

Civil Services Examination Training

Year Wise Preparation Strategy

Part-I
Year Semester General Study paper to be Completed Source Reference(s)
First First Geography Basic concepts of Economics NCERT & AU Handouts
Second Environment Science & Technology Shankar IAS, NCERT & AU Handouts
Second Third Polity Constitution Laxmi Kant & NCERT
Fourth Modern History Medieval History Spectrum, AU Handouts & RS Sharma
Third Fifth Ethics Social Issues AU Handouts
Sixth Economics International Relations AU Handouts & NCERT

 

Part-II
Year Timings Subjects/Topics to be discussed/completed
First 6:30 AM-8:40 AM Newspaper reading + Group Discussion + Notes Preparation
4:30 PM-9:00 PM NCERT Practice of answer writing of NCERT books
Second 6:30 AM-8:40 AM Newspaper reading + Group Discussion + Notes Preparation
4:30 PM-9:00 PM Preparation for Preliminary Examination
Third 6:30 AM-8:40 AM Newspaper reading + Group Discussion + Notes Preparation
4:30 PM-9:00 PM Preparation for Mains Examination with special emphasis on answer writing

Summer Training Schedule

Summer Camp Subjects/Topics to be completed
First @Geography + Environment +Science & Technology + Newspaper Discussion +Current Issues+Personality Development
Second @Polity+Constitution+History + Newspaper Discussion +Current Issues+Personality Development
Third @Ethics+Social Issues+ International Relations+Economics + Newspaper Discussion +Current Issues+Personality Development

@ Revision of subjects completed during first, second and third year

Time Table

Class/ Batch Time & Place Subject Faculty
Super-30
Batch: 2017-20
Batch: 2018-21
Batch: 2019-22
6:30 AM-8:40 AM
GF Reading Room
Newspaper Reading Dr. Tarunpreet Kaur
Mr. Anurag Kumar Singh
4:30 PM-9:00 PM
GF Reading Room
NCERT Mr. Anurag Kumar Singh
Dr. Tarunpreet Kaur
Super-30 (I)
Batch: 2019-22
11:30 AM -12:20 PM
AB-301
Geography
Environment
Dr. Tarunpreet Kaur
Super-30 (II)
Batch: 2018-21
10:40 AM -11:30PM
AB-301
Medieval History
Ethics
Dr. Bhawna Basar
Super-30 (III)
Batch: 2017-20
03:30 PM-04:20 PM
AB-301
Polity
Science Technology
Mr. Anurag Kumar Singh

Bank PO & SSC Training

Odd Semester Schedule

Days Subject Topic
DAY 1 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Basic formulae and Short tricks
DAY 2 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Squares upto 125 and Cubes upto 20
DAY 3 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Number System
DAY 4 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice
DAY 5 GENERAL AWARENESS History
DAY 6 ENGLISH One-Word Substitution
DAY 7 ENGLISH One-Word Substitution
DAY 8 ENGLISH One-Word Substitution
DAY 9 ENGLISH Practice One word Substitution
DAY 10 GENERAL AWARENESS History
DAY 11 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Coding Decoding
DAY 12 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Coding Decoding
DAY 13 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Mathematical Operations
DAY 14 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Mathematical Operations
DAY 15 GENERAL AWARENESS Culture
DAY 16 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE H.C.F & L.C.M
DAY 17 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE H.C.F & L.C.M
DAY 18 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice H.C.F & L.C.M
DAY 19 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Simplification
DAY 20 GENERAL AWARENESS Culture
DAY 21 ENGLISH Idioms & Phrases
DAY 22 ENGLISH Idioms & Phrases
DAY 23 ENGLISH Idioms & Phrases
DAY 24 ENGLISH Practice Idioms & Phrases
DAY 25 GENERAL AWARENESS History
DAY 26 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Final Alphabet Series
DAY 27 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Final Alphabet Series
DAY 28 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle Test
DAY 29 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle Test
DAY 30 GENERAL AWARENESS Culture
DAY 31 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Average
DAY 32 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Average
DAY 33 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice Average
DAY 34 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problem on Numbers
DAY 35 GENERAL AWARENESS Geography
DAY 36 ENGLISH Synonyms & Antonyms
DAY 37 ENGLISH Synonyms & Antonyms
DAY 38 ENGLISH Synonyms & Antonyms
DAY 39 ENGLISH Practice Synonyms & Antonyms
DAY 40 GENERAL AWARENESS Geography
DAY 41 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Puzzle
DAY 42 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Puzzle
DAY 43 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Sitting Arrangement(line)
DAY 44 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Sitting Arrangement(circle)
DAY 45 GENERAL AWARENESS Geography
DAY 46 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problem on Numbers
DAY 47 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice Problem on Numbers
DAY 48 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problem on Ages
DAY 49 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice problem on ages
DAY 50 GENERAL AWARENESS Geography

Even Semester Schedule

Days Subject Topic
DAY 51 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Decision Making or Eligibility Test
DAY 52 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Decision Making or Eligibility Test
DAY 53 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Sequential Output Tracing
DAY 54 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Sequential Output Tracing
DAY 55 GENERAL AWARENESS Previous year paper
DAY 56 ENGLISH Improving Sentences
DAY 57 ENGLISH Improving Sentences
DAY 58 ENGLISH Improving Sentences
DAY 59 ENGLISH Practice Improving Sentences
DAY 60 GENERAL AWARENESS Previous year paper
DAY 61 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Surds & indices
DAY 62 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Surds & indices
DAY 63 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice Surd & Indices
DAY 64 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Percentage
DAY 65 GENERAL AWARENESS Economic Scene
DAY 66 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Direction Sense
DAY 67 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Direction Sense
DAY 68 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Blood Relation
DAY 69 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Blood Relation
DAY 70 GENERAL AWARENESS Economic Scene
DAY 71 ENGLISH Spotting Errors
DAY 72 ENGLISH Spotting Errors
DAY 73 ENGLISH Spotting Errors
DAY 74 ENGLISH Practice Spotting Errors
DAY 75 GENERAL AWARENESS Economic Scene
DAY 76 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Percentage
DAY 77 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice Percentage
DAY 78 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Profit & Loss
DAY 79 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Profit & Loss
DAY 80 GENERAL AWARENESS Indian Polity
DAY 81 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Series
DAY 82 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING series
DAY 83 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Syllogism
DAY 84 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Syllogism
DAY 85 GENERAL AWARENESS Indian Polity
DAY 86 ENGLISH Comprehension
DAY 87 ENGLISH Comprehension
DAY 88 ENGLISH Comprehension
DAY 89 ENGLISH Practice
DAY 90 GENERAL AWARENESS Indian Polity
DAY 91 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Pracice Profit & Loss
DAY 92 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Ratio & Propotiion
DAY 93 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Ratio & Propotiion
DAY 94 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice Ratio & Propotion
DAY 95 GENERAL AWARENESS General Science
DAY 96 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Order and Number Ranking
DAY 97 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Analogy (both word based and numerical)
DAY 98 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Odd pair (both word based and numerical)
DAY 99 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Classification
DAY 100 GENERAL AWARENESS General Science

Summer Training Schedule

Days Subject Topic
DAY 101 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Previous Year paper on H.C.F & L.C.M
ENGLISH Previous year papers on One word substitution
DAY 102 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Previous Year paper on Average
ENGLISH Previous year paper on Idioms & Phrases
DAY 103 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Previous year paper on Average
ENGLISH Previous year paper on Synonyms & Antonyms
DAY 104 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Previous year paper on problem on ages
ENGLISH Previous year paper on Improving sentences
DAY 105 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Previous year paper on Profit & Loss
ENGLISH Previous year papers on Spotting Errors
DAY 106 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Previous year paper on Ratio & Propotion
ENGLISH Previous year paper on Comprehension
DAY 107 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Water Image & Mirror Image/ Embeded Figures
GENERAL AWARENESS Books & Authors
DAY 108 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Analytical  Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Books & Authors
DAY 109 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Logical Venn Diagram
GENERAL AWARENESS Abbrevations
DAY 110 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Cubes & Dices
GENERAL AWARENESS Abbrevations
DAY 111 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Partnership
ENGLISH Previous year paper on Comprehension
DAY 112 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice on partnership
ENGLISH Fill in the Blanks
DAY 113 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Chain Rule
ENGLISH Fill in the Blanks
DAY 114 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice on Chain Rule
ENGLISH Grammar Rles
DAY 115 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Pipes and cisterns
ENGLISH Grammar Rles
DAY 116 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice on pipes and cisterns
ENGLISH Practice of Grammer
DAY 117 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Series (Figure Problems)
GENERAL AWARENESS Current GK
DAY 118 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Series (Figure Problems)
GENERAL AWARENESS Current GK
DAY 119 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Paper Cutting & Paper Floding
GENERAL AWARENESS Current GK
DAY 120 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Revision Verbal Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Current GK
DAY 121 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Time & Work
ENGLISH Cloze Passage
DAY 122 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice on Time & Work
ENGLISH Practice on Cloze passage
DAY 123 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Time & Distance
ENGLISH Revision Non – Verbal Reasoning
DAY 124 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problems on Boats, Streams, & Trains
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 125 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice on Problems on Boats, Streams, & Trains
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 126 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Alligation and Mixture
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 127 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Practice on Verbal Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Revision of History & Culture
DAY 128 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Practice on Verbal Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Revision of History & Culture
DAY 129 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Practice on Non-Verbal Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Revision of Geography
DAY 130 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Practice on Non- Verbal Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Revision of Geography
DAY 131 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Simple & Compound interest
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 132 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice on Simple & Compound Interest
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 133 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Mensuration
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 134 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problems on mensuration
ENGLISH Focus on Weak Area
DAY 135 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Permutation & Combination
ENGLISH Focus on Weak Area
DAY 136 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problems on permutation & Combination
ENGLISH Practice sets
DAY 137 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Practice sets Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Revision of Indian Polity
DAY 138 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Practice sets Reasoning
GENERAL AWARENESS Revision of Indian Polity
DAY 139 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Previous year paper
GENERAL AWARENESS General Science
DAY 140 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Previous year paper
GENERAL AWARENESS General Science
DAY 141 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Probability
GENERAL AWARENESS Computer Section
DAY 142 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Problems on Probability
GENERAL AWARENESS Computer Section
DAY 143 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Heights & Distances
GENERAL AWARENESS Persons and place in News
DAY 144 ENGLISH Previous year paper
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Previous year paper
DAY 145 ENGLISH Previous year paper
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Previous year paper
DAY 146 ENGLISH Previous year paper
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Full Length Mock Test Reasoning
DAY 147 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice sets
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Full Length Mock Test Reasoning
DAY 148 QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE Practice sets
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING Full Length Mock Test Reasoning

Job Profiles

Bank PO Job Profile:

Bank PO is a managerial level post offered in various Public Sector Banks in the country. It is entry-level managerial bank job. A Probationary Officer holds the designation of an Assistant Manager in any Public Sector Bank. Being a lucrative career option and a white-collar job, lakhs of students contest for Bank PO exam in order to join this prestigious position through IBPS PO or SBI PO.

When a candidate is selected for the post of Probationary Officer (PO) in a bank, he/she is offered the post of Assistant Manager (AM) or Deputy Manager (DM) after the probation period of a PO is complete. The probation period continues for 2 years after which the designation of AM or DM is offered to the PO.

About Staff Selection Commission Job Profile:

Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level Examination, often referred to as SSC CGL is an exam conducted to recruit staffs to various posts in ministries, departments, and organizations of the Government of India. SSC exam is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission for selecting staff for various Group B and Group C posts. SSC is one of the leading job providing a body of India and recruits candidates to various reputed jobs like Inspector of Income Tax, Inspector in CBEC, Sub-inspector CBI, Asst. Enforcement Officer and many more candidates applying for SSC should be a graduate from the any reputed university of India. The SSC CGL exam will be conducted in various tiers and modes. refer Each and every year the demand for the government jobs is increasing among the candidates. SSC releases the job notifications of SSC CGL in the first half of the year and the examinations are held under the guidance and observations of SSC. We know how to help the students to crack these exams and offer you with all the tricks and trades which make easier for our students to perform better at various SSC exams like SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC MTS, SSC CPO and SSC JE conducted throughout the country.

While you fill your SSC CGL 2018 Application Form, you will have to indicate your Post Preference Order in the Priority Order Form. Make sure, you should not miss out on better posts in spite of having a good score. So before you fill the form, you must be aware of the Job Description (Job Profile) for each post. Here are the SSC CGL Post Descriptions and Preference Order 2018. In this article, you will get the idea about the Job Responsibilities, Salary, Career Growth for each SSC CGL post to guide you with the Order of Post Preference that you can follow.

Description of posts came under SSC

Assistant Audit Officer [Indian Audit and Accounts Dept. under CAG]
The Indian Audit and Accounts Department is the organisation responsible for auditing the accounts of Central and State governments and Public sector companies. AAOs will help the Audit Officer/Sr. Audit officer in conducting audits (financial, performance, compliance) of a specific department.
Grade Pay – 4800 Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant Audit Officer [Indian Audit and Accounts Dept. under CAG]
    The Indian Audit and Accounts Department is the organisation responsible for auditing the accounts of Central and State governments and Public sector companies. AAOs will help the Audit Officer/Sr. Audit officer in conducting audits (financial, performance, compliance) of a specific department.
    Grade Pay – 4800
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Inspector (Examiner) [CBEC]
    The job profile is within the Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) department. The work is limited to examining items and verifying whether appropriate taxes have been levied on goods moving in and out of the port. Work location will be mostly in coastal regions.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Inspector of Income Tax [CBDT]
    This is a grade C post with the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) department and could involve a little bit of travelling locally. Job profile includes assessing, verifying, and processing IT records of individuals and business concerns.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Inspector (Preventive Officer) [CBEC]
    The officer will be in charge of gathering information and acting based on that info to prevent malpractice under the Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) department. Posting will be mostly in cities that have ports/airports such as Chennai, Cochin, Kolkatta and Mumbai.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Inspector (Central Excise) [CBEC]
    This officer is responsible for inspecting the taxes/returns filed by companies, verifying the correctness of claims submitted, processing the data, and maintaining overall records under the purview of the Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) department.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Assistant (Ministry of External Affairs)
    As an assistant in external affairs ministry, you would be required to do administration work such as compiling reports, sending emails, making calls, updating the events, and maintaining the files and bookkeeping. The possibility of foreign posting for few years is high as India has its embassy/consulate in many countries. If not, you will be posted in Delhi.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant Enforcement Officer [Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue]
    The job profile is similar to that of an inspector job and involves inspecting, preventing and arresting those into money laundering and forgery. Posting will be in enforcement directorate offices located at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Bhubaneswar, Calicut, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Madurai, Nagpur, Patna, Srinagar and Varanasi only.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant [Central Vigilance Commission]
    Central Vigilance Commission is charged with monitoring all the vigilance activities carried out by various central government organisations. The work of an assistant is to update the case files, liaison with the respective departments. and collect the required info, record keeping and performing duties as laid by the rules.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Assistant [Ministry of Railways]
    The job profile of an assistant in the railway’s ministry is clerical in nature. It is one of the most favoured posts. In terms of grade, it is above the upper division clerk (LDC). They get very good perks such as free and discounted railway passes for travelling anywhere in India.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant [AFHQ]
    Those appointed as an assistant within AFHQ shall be posted in Armed Forces Headquarters in Delhi. It is purely an indoors job wherein one would need to assist the section officer in imparting his duties of management, distribution and coordination of work to staff. Since AFHQ comes under the ministry of defence, you would be entitled to benefits provided to those in armed forces.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant [Intelligence Bureau]
    It is not an investigative officer profile and will include computer-related or data-oriented work in the intelligence bureau. Posting could be at state headquarters in IB cell if there are vacancies or may be directly positioned in Delhi.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant [Other Ministries/Departments/Organisations]
    There are few other organisations under Govt. of India such as Dept. of Personnel and Training, Parliamentary Affairs, Election Commission etc., where these assistants would be posted.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Sub Inspectors [Central Bureau of Investigation]
    The job profile is similar to that of state police but since CBI is under central govt., they have more powers to investigate anti-corruption cases and other conventional crimes.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Assistant Section Officer (Central Secretariat Service)
    Those selected for these positions are appointed in various ministries and are required to prepare notes, reports etc., which are then sent to their superiors (section officer, undersecretary etc.,) who then pass it to the minister or preserve it as a record. This is the lowest post in Central Secretariat Services.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Inspector [Central Bureau of Narcotics]
    This job is to keep a check on the cultivation of opium poppy in India and conduct periodic checks in companies to ensure it is not used illegally. They may also have to monitor the imports and exports for any smuggling of banned narcotic drugs.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Sub Inspectors [NIA]
    National Investigation Agency leads investigations in terrorism and other national security-related issues. Since the security of the country is of prime importance, the job of SI in NIA involves a lot of travelling, collecting evidence from sites, gathering intelligence inputs regarding terrorists and more.
    Grade Pay – 4200
    Vacancies – Limited.
  • Inspector of Posts [Department of Post]
    This person is responsible for acquiring and promoting the business growth of post offices that come under his/her control. Posted as Sub-divisional Inspector or IP-PG (Public Grievance), he/she could be in charge of 60-70 post offices.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High.
  • Gr.II [M/Statistics and Prog Implementation]
    Only those with statistics degree are eligible for this job. Data collection and plotting of that info into information useful for the govt. to implement schemes is the core responsibility of this post. It may be a mix of office and field job wherein the investigator may have to visit certain areas.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Vacancies – High. (Approx. 100 – 300 positions are only created every year)
  • Divisional Accountant [Offices under CAG]
    They will be posted in offices located in various Indian cities that come under CAG. The job would require them to work in the public works department of a state thereby auditing the expenses of works/projects carried out by that state government. The reports that point out the malpractices, if any are sent to the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India head office.
    Grade Pay – 4200
    Vacancies – Limited
  • Auditor [Offices under C&AG, CGDA, CGA]
    • Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG)
    • Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA)
    • Controller General of Accounts (CGA)
    The job profile primarily includes auditing the expense reports of various state departments.
    Grade Pay – 2800
    Vacancies – High
  • Accountant/Junior Accountant [Offices under CGA and others]
    The job profile is mainly clerical. It primarily deals with pensions and GPF matters, receipts and payments accounting of the state government.
    Grade Pay – 2800
    Vacancies – Limited
  • Accountant/Junior Accountant [Offices under C&AG]
    The duties of the person appointed to this position are to check the stated facts by civil ministries, point out any mistakes or an incorrect statement of the facts, and draw attention to previous cases or Rules and Regulations on the subject. Also, they have to clearly bring out the question under consideration and suggest a course of action, wherever possible.
    Grade Pay – 2800
    Vacancies – Limited
  • Sub Inspector [Central Bureau of Narcotics]
    The job profile would require frequent travels to ensure that no narcotic drugs enter the state border. The work is similar to that of an inspector expect this person has to do more of fieldwork than him.
    Grade Pay – 4600
    Pay Band- 5200-34800
    Vacancies – High.
  • Compiler [Registrar General of India]
    With the Registrar General of India responsible for the census, compilers are posted in the Statistical division and are in charge of compiling the collected information through various means.
    Grade Pay – 2400
    Pay Band- 5200-20200
    Vacancies – Limited
  • Tax Assistant [CBEC]
    The job would require the person posted to this position to work for goods and services along with periodic admin work and assisting higher officers in the Central Board of Excise & Customs.
    Grade Pay – 2400
    Pay Band- 5200-20200
    Vacancies – High
  • Tax Assistant [CBDT]
    The TAs in Central Board of Direct Taxes are supposed to assess, verify, and modify any data related to taxes of an individual or business concern.
    Grade Pay – 2400
    Pay Band- 5200-20200
    Vacancies – High
  • There are 30 posts under SSC CGL Exam. We have given you a gist of what each job profile might entitle. For a detailed account, you must visit the websites of the specific departments. Please take into consideration the Grade Pay, the location where you might be posted, the perks and promotion cycle to ensure that you are making an informed decision when filling out your preferred job posts in the SSC CGL Exam application.

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