The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued a notification regarding the release of admit cards for the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE), 2016.
The CGLE Tier I examination is scheduled to be held from August 27 to September 11, 2016.
According to the latest notification on Tuesday, the commission will release the details of candidates like registration number, roll number, date and shift of exam as well as the city on August 12.
The venue for the examination would be indicated in the admission certificate of the candidate.
The commission will release the admission certificates of those candidates whose Tier-I exam is scheduled to be held from August 27 to September 4 on August 16. For those who are scheduled appear from September 6 to September 11, it will be available for download on the website of the commission from August 27.
The commission will not conduct any exam on September 5.
Steps to download the admit cards (after they are released):
1) Log on to the commission’s website
2) Click on the link, ‘Admit Cards’
3) Log in with the required details
4) The admit cards would appear on the screen
5) Take a printout
The commission has issued the practice test for computer-based CGL examination on its official website . Candidates can take the test by clicking on the link for the same on the official website. To take the test candidates need to log in with their roll number and date of birth.
Click here to directly go to the log-in page to take the test.
Last month the commission notified the revised scheme of CGLE 2016 on its official website. According to the notification, the Tier-I and Tier-II of the examination will be conducted in the computer-based mode. The syllabus for the Tier-I and Tier-II can be checked in the exam notification published on February 13, 2016.
Tier-I will have 100 questions carrying 200 marks (2 marks for each question). Candidates will be given 75 minutes to solve these questions. For each wrong answer, half marks will be deducted.
The question paper will have four sections (i) General Intelligence and Reasoning (ii) General Awareness (iii) Quantitative Aptitude (iv) English Comprehension.
Each section will have 25 questions carrying 2 marks each.
Those who will clear the Tier-I exam on the basis of the cutoff marks fixed by the commission will be eligible to appear in Tier-II.
Note: For latest news and updates visit SSC’s official website.