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- Stand For Staff Selection Commission
- It is an organization under Government of India to recruit staff for several posts in the several Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices.
- Website Of SSC is http://ssc.nic.in/.
- Headquarters of SSC located in New Delhi. At present, it has seven Regional offices at Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore. It also has two Sub-Regional offices in Raipur and Chandigarh.
- Exams conducted by SSC are
- Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL)
- Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 10+2 Examination
- Multitasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination
- Scientific Assistant Exam
- Stenographers Grade ‘C’ and ‘D’ Examination
- SSC Constables (GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF Examination
- Sub Inspector In CPOs Exam
- Junior Engineer (Civil & Elect) Examination
- Junior Translators (CSOLS) /Junior Hindi Translators Examination
- Section Officer (Audit | Commercial) Examination
- Food Corporation of India (FCI) Examination
- Lower Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDC)
- Eligibility for SSC Exams
- Graduate Level Examination- The eligibility for this examination is graduation or equivalent in any other discipline.
- Combined Matric Level Examination- The eligibility for this examination is matriculation.
- Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination- The eligibility for this examination is 12th class or equivalent in any other discipline.
- The age limit depends on different posts for appearing in SSC examination. Candidates can get complete information about it from the employment new/Rozgar samachar. However, the general age limit for appearing SSC examination is 18 to 27 years (relaxation in age is available for reserved candidates).
- The educational qualification depends on different posts that generally vary from 10th class to graduation level.
RRB (Railway Recruitment Board)
Indian Railways (IR) is India’s national railway system operated by the Ministry of Railways. It manages the fourth-largest railway network in the world by size, with 121,407
IR runs more than 13,000 passenger trains daily, on both long-distance and suburban routes, from 7,349 stations across India.
The first railway proposals for India were made in Madras in 1832. The country’s first train, Red Hill Railway (built by Arthur Cotton to transport granite for road-building), ran from Red Hills to the Chintadripet bridge in Madras in 1837. In 1845, the Godavari Dam Construction Railway was built by Cotton at Dowleswaram in Rajahmundry, to supply stone for the construction of a dam over the Godavari River. In 1851, the Solani Aqueduct Railway was built by Proby Cautley in Roorkee to transport construction materials for an aqueduct over the Solani River.
India’s first passenger train, hauled by three steam locomotives (Sahib, Sindh
History OF Indian Rail Transport:
- 1832–1852: Industrial railways
- 1853–1924: Passenger railways and expansion
- 1925–1950: Electrification and further expansion
- 1951–1983: Zonal re-organization and further developments
- 1984–present: Rapid transit and later developments
The technical exams are carried out by the different RRBs in different states. There are 5 exams that RRB conducts, these are
- RRB ALP (RRB Assistant Loco pilot)
- RRB JE/SSE (Junior Engineer/Senior Section Engineer )
- RRB Group C (For the posts such as Trackman, Helper-II etc)
- RRB NPTC (For The Non-Technical)
- Traffic Apprentice
- Commercial Apprentice
- Goods Guard
- Senior – Clerk-Cum Typist
- Junior Accounts Assistant -Cum -Typist
- Assistant Station Master
- Traffic Assistant
- Senior Time Keeper
Banking ? (PO, Clerk Etc)
India has one of the most disciplined and sound banking systems in the world. Banking is one of the fastest growing industry verticals of the flourishing Indian economy. The rapid advancements and growth in the banking sector have paved the way for many career opportunities. First, instead of focusing only on villages as the unit of coverage, financial inclusion efforts would be targeted towards covering households. Second, apart from villages, now urban areas would also benefit from the efforts towards financial inclusion.
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