SSC CGL 2023 – SSC Revises Tier 2 Exam Pattern, Reduces Duration

New Delhi, 20 February 2023 – SSC CGL 2022 – The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued an important notice to candidates who passed Tier 1 of the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) 2022 and will take the Tier 2 exam. The SSC has released the revised exam pattern for the CGLE Tier 2 exam, which will be held from 2 March to 7 March 2023.

The CGLE Tier 2 exam will now last 2 hours and 15 minutes. Previously, candidates had 120 minutes each to complete four papers. The exam will be held in two sessions beginning this year for paper 1.

The SSC released the CGLE Tier 1 results on 9 February 2023. The CGLE Tier 1 exam had 33,55,194 candidates registered. As many as 3,86, 652 candidates were selected for the CGLE Tier 2 exam.

The CGLE is an examination held by the SSC to recruit Group B and C officers to various positions in the Government of India’s top ministries, departments, and organisations. The SSC was formed in 1975.

Candidates applying for the various roles must have a bachelor’s degree from a recognised university. The required age range is 20 to 30 years. The age restrictions may differ depending on the position.

SSC CGL 2022 – General Overview

Name of Examination Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) 2022
Exam Conducting Agency Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
CGLE 2022 Educational Qualification A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university
CGLE Tier 1 Result 9 February 2023
Number of Students Shortlisted for CGLE Tier 2 exam 3,86,652 candidates
CGLE Tier 2 Exam Dates From 2nd March to 7th March 2023

SSC CGL 2022 – Revised Exam Pattern

  • Paper-I will be divided into two sessions: Session-I and Session-II.
  • There are three sections in Session-I.
    • Section-I consists of two modules: Module I (Mathematical Abilities) and Module II (Reasoning and General Intelligence). Candidates have one hour to finish the section. It will be automatically closed after one hour.
    • Section-II: The two modules of Section-II, Module-I (English Language and Comprehension) and Module-II (General Awareness), will commence soon after Section-I. Section II will also last one hour and will be automatically closed once the hour is up.
    • Section III will comprise two modules. Module-I (Computer Knowledge Test) will commence shortly after Section-II is finished and will last 15 minutes. Session-I will conclude when Module-I of Section-III is finished.
  • Candidates will be granted a break after Session-I to re-register for Session-II.
  • Module-II (Data Entry Speed Test) of Section-III will last 15 minutes and will take place in Session-II.

Candidates can check the revised SSC CGL 2022 Tier 2 exam pattern here

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SSC CGL 2022 – FAQs

Q1) What is the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE)?

The Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) is an examination held by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to recruit Group B and C officers to various positions in the Government of India’s top ministries, departments, and organisations. The SSC was formed in 1975.

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Q2) What are the eligibility criteria for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE)?

Candidates applying for the various roles in the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) must have a bachelor’s degree from a recognised university. The required age range is 20 to 30 years. The age restrictions may differ depending on the position.

Q3) When will the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) 2022 Tier 2 examination be held?Β 

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the revised exam pattern for the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) 2022 Tier 2 examination. The SSC CGL 2022 Tier 2 exam will be held from 2 March to 7 March 2023.Β 

 

 

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