SSC has now officially declared dates for CGL tier 1 result and tier 2 exam.The result for CGLE (Tier-I)-2016, in context of the revised schedule of the examination, is tentatively proposed to be declared on 08.11.2016 and that CGLE (Tier-II)-2016 would be tentatively held w.e.f. 30.11.2016 to 02.12.2016.With the declaration of dates for tier 2 aspirants have started preparation for tier 2.
- Fundamental principles and basic concept of Accounting.
- Financial Accounting
- Comptroller & Auditor General of India- Constitutional provisions, Role and responsibility
- Finance Commission-Role and functions
- Basic Concept of Economics and introduction to Micro Economics
- Theory of Demand and Supply
- Theory of Production and cost
- Forms of Market and price determination in different markets
- Indian Economy
- Economic Reforms in India
- Money and Banking
- Role of Information Technology in Governance
Lawpoint’s Competitive Solutions General Studies(Finance and Economics ) with notes and MCQs for SSC CGL:
1.Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh
2.Accounting and Finance for Bankers’ by Macmillan Education
Aspirants whose age is near the age limit were confused , whether they will be eligible for SSC CGL 2017. Commission has issued the notice regarding date for reckoning of age calculation for CGLE 2017. Aspirants can now check their eligibility for SSC CGL 2017 and can start preparation without any confusion in mind.
Commission has declared the TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR 2016-2017 SSC EXAMS. SSCMADAM team has sorted the list according to exams.Candidates can now check the dates for all ssc exams and start the preparation accordingly.
SSC has come up with a notice to end all speculations about CGL tier 1 result date and tier 2 Exam dates.The notice is as follows:
The Staff Selection Commission has conducted the Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2016 in the Computer Based Mode in 43 Batches from 27.08.2016 to 11.09.2016 at about 415 venues in 96 cities throughout the country. This Examination was conducted at Srinagar on 25.09.2016. Against 38.04 lakh registered candidates, about 14.99 lakh candidates actually appeared in the said Examination.