31 January 2017

SSC CPO 2016 Paper II Result Out - Check Here

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Staff Selection Commission has declared the much awaited result for SSC CPO 2016 Paper 2 Exam written for which was conducted on 18 December 2016. Candidates can check their result who appeared this exam. 

To view the result of Male Candidates , click on the links given below.

To view the result of Male Candidates , click on the links given below.


To View Cut off marks, Click on the link given below:

Based on the cut-off fixed by the Commission in Paper-II, category-wise details of the candidates qualifying in Paper-II for appearing in Medical Examination is as under :


All the Best for your Upcoming Exams.

31 January 2017 - Current Affairs

First Edition of the North East Investors Summit Held in Shillong The first edition of the ... thumbnail 1 summary

First Edition of the North East Investors Summit Held in Shillong

  • The first edition of the North East Investors Summit was inaugurated on January 29, 2017 by the Union Textiles Minister, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani in Shillong, Meghalaya.
  • The North East Investors Summit 2017 was jointly organized by the Union Ministry of Textiles and the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) of the Government of India in collaboration with industry associations Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). 
  • The two day Summit concluded on January 30, 2017.Theme: Exploring Opportunities in North East Region.

Budget session of Parliament begans today (31 January 2017)

  • The Budget session of Parliament will begin today (31 January 2017) and President Pranab Mukherjee will address the joint sitting of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.The Economic Survey will also be tabled on the first day of the session. There will be no separate Rail budget from this year and it has been merged with the general budget which will be presented on 1 february 2017.
  • The government had advanced the date of budget presentation so as to complete the entire process before the end of financial year.The first part has been kept brief in view of ongoing assembly polls in five states. It will have eight sittings from 31st January to 9th of February, 2017. 
  • The two houses will have a month long recess from 10th February to 8th March to enable the Standing Committees to consider the Demands for Grants of Ministries and Departments and prepare their Reports. The second part of the budget session will commence from 9th of March and will continue till 12th of April, 2017.
  • Apart from presentation of the general budget, 34 bills will be taken up for passing and consideration during the entire session. These include three ordinances which will be replaced through bills. The ordinances relate to Enemy Property, Payment of Wages and Specified Bank Notes.The other important legislations to be taken up include Goods and Services Tax, Central Goods and Services Tax ( Compensation for loss of revenue) and Integrated GST.


Economic Survey 2017 tabled in Parliament: Key highlights

  • Union finance minister Arun Jaitley on 31 January 2017 tabled the Economic Survey 2016-17 in Parliament budget session. 
  • The survey projects the economy to grow in the range of 6.75% to 7.25% in the next fiscal year 2017-18 in the post-demonetization year.
  • The survey prepared by chief economic adviser in the finance ministry Arvind Subramanian stated the adverse impact of demonetisation on GDP growth will be transitional. 
  • The Economic Survey 2016-17 advocates the concept of Universal Basic Income (UBI) as an alternative to the various social welfare schemes in an effort to reduce poverty.

Here are the major highlights from the Economic Survey 2016-17:
  • Gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2016-17 to dip to 6.5%, down from 7.6% in last fiscal.
  • Economic growth to rebound to 6.75 to 7.5% in 2017-18.
  • Economic Survey sees fiscal windfall from Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana, low oil prices.
  • Farm sector to grow at 4.1% in the current fiscal, up from 1.2% in 2015-16.
  • Fiscal gains from Goods and Services Tax (GST) will take time to realise.
  • Growth rate of industrial sector estimated to moderate to 5.2% in 2016-17 from 7.4% last fiscal.
  • The survey prepared by Chief Economic Adviser in the finance ministry Arvind Subramanian said the adverse impact of demonetisation on GDP growth will be transitional.
  • The Economic Survey 2016-17 has advocated the concept of Universal Basic Income (UBI) as an alternative to the various social welfare schemes in an effort to reduce poverty. 


India Post Payments Bank starts pilot services

  • India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) kicked off its operations by rolling out pilot services in Raipur and Ranchi.The bank will offer an interest rate of 4.5% on deposits up to Rs25,000; 5% on deposits of Rs25,000-50,000 and 5.5% on Rs50,000-1,00,000.
  • The paid up equity of the new bank is Rs800 crore, of which the government has already infused ?275 crore.
  • The idea is to have a branch in every district and make 3 lakh postmen come alive in payment bank function.Also 1,000 ATMs of India Post will be transferred to IPPB.Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha stated that IPPB plans to have 650 branches across the country by September 2017.


RBI lifts ATM withdrawal limits from Feb 1, 2017

  • In a big relief to people, RBI has announced lifting of restrictions on daily withdrawal of money from ATMs with effect from 1 February 2017 and has also withdrawn all limits on Current Accounts and overdraft accounts with immediate effect
  • In a circular to the banks the RBI however stated the weekly limits of 24 thousand rupees on Savings Bank accounts will continue.


FGII Enters Into Bancassurance Tie-Up With Bank Of Maharashtra

  • Future Generali India Insurance Company (FGII) announced an agency tie-up with Pune based Bank of Maharashtra.
  • To immensely benefit our customers by providing them an ease of access while choosing from a diverse range of non-life insurance products, all under one roof Bank-of-Maharashtra.
  • It has tie-up with over 100 banks in India for bancassurance.Now it accounts for 5 per cent of Future Generali’s total business


UberMOTO launches service in Hyderabad

  • Cab-hailing firm Uber has launched two-wheeler aggregation service UberMOTO in Hyderabad. The firm, which has signed an agreement with the Hyderabad Metro Rail Ltd recently, formally launched the services.
  • Using the app, people can hire two-wheelers for short-distance commute at cheaper rates. The agreement was aimed at providing the last-mile connectivity from and to the upcoming Metro railway stations. Uber Founder and CEO Travis Kalanick came to Hyderabad last month to seal the deal


Karnataka Govt Approves Amending Laws to Lift Ban on Kambala & Bullock Cart Race

  • The Karnataka state cabinet approved amending Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Bill, 1960 Act to legalize the Kambala and Bullock Cart Race which is a traditional festival held annually in Karnataka.
  • The amendment Bill will be introduced by the state cabinet in the legislature session scheduled to be begin from February 6,2017.


Bombay Natural History Society launches climate change programme in Central Himalayas

  • The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has launched climate change programme to assess the status, distribution and conservation of pheasants and finches in the Central Himalayas.
  • To evaluate the socio-economic activities of local communities and involve them in conservation efforts and sensitize the local forest department staff.This programme is funded by Oracle and facilitated by CAF-India.


Trump Bans 7 nations from Entering US on Security Issues

  • American President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to temporarily ban visas for refugees belonging to seven Muslim-majority countries namely Trump Bans 7 nations from Entering US on Security Issues Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
  • The decision aims at protecting United States from the entry of foreign terrorists to keep the nation safe. The ban is not aimed at restricting Muslim countries from entering US.


Dushyant Chautala is new TTFI president

Dushyant Chautala has been appointed as the president of the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI). Chautala is the youngest president of the apex body. His term, which is for four years, extends until 2021.

Reliance Defence Signs Contract with Ministry of Defence to Construct 14 Fast patrol Vessels for Indian Coast Guard

  • Reliance Defence and Engineering Ltd (RDEL), a wholly owned arm of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd (RInfra), has signed a contract worth Rs. 916 crore with the Ministry of  Defence to design and construct 14 Fast Patrol Vessels for the Indian Coast Guard. 
  • The medium range, high speed vessels would be deployed for patrolling within the exclusive economic zone, costal surveillance, anti-smuggling, anti-piracy, search and rescue operations. It will also provide support as front-line warships during emergencies.


KSEZ, Subsidiary of GMR group Signs MoUs With Firms to Set Up Manufacturing Units at Kakinada SEZ , Andhra Pradesh

  • Kakinada SEZ Ltd (KSEZ), a subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Limited (GIL), signed several MoUs with various companies during the CII Partnership Summit 2017 held on  GMRJanuary 27-28, 2017 at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. 
  • The MoU aimed at setting up World Class manufacturing units at the Kakinada SEZ in Andhra Pradesh spread over 8,500 acres at a cost of Rs. 47000 crore.


Priyanka Chopra among 150 most fashionable women

  • Indian actress Priyanka Chopra has made it to the list of Harper's Bazaar's 150 most fashionable women. 
  • The 34-year-old "Quantico" star features on the list under the section of New Guard. Priyanka took to Twitter to share the news with her fans and followers.


Ashok Amritraj Appointed UN in India Goodwill Ambassador for the Sustainable Development Goals

  • Film producer and Wimbledon tennis player, Ashok Amritraj has been appointed the United Nations in India Goodwill Ambassador for the Sustainable Development Goals 
  • Amritraj is the first Ambassador for the UN in India.He is responsible to generate momentum and commitment to achieve the SDGs by 2030 and to foster engagement of new stakeholders in the implementation of these Goals.


Amulya Patnaik appointed as Delhi Police Chief

IPS officer from Union Territories cadre, Amulya Patnaik is appointed as Chief of Delhi police on January 30, 2017. He is succeeded by Alok Verma, who has been moved as the director of CBI.Patnail is currently workig as Delhi police special commissioner (administration).

Atomic clocks of Satellite IRNSS-1A Develops Technical Snag

  • The atomic clocks on the first satellite IRNSS-1A of the NAVIC, an indigenously built satellite system has developed technical complications.
  • The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman, A.S. Kiran Kumar informed that one of the three crucial rubidium clock on IRNSS-1A spacecraft failed six months ago while the other two failed subsequently.


Veteran journalist Devdutt passes away

  • Veteran journalist Devdutt passed away. He was 88. He was Gandhian since his early days and was present at Birla House in the lawn when Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948.
  • He was seasoned political commentator, who had brought out a journal of political opinion called Point of View. 


SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 31st January 2017 Shift 3

SSC CHSL  is one of the most awaited examinations of all times. This examination is held on an... thumbnail 1 summary

SSC CHSL is one of the most awaited examinations of all times. This examination is held on an annual basis to filter eligible candidates for posts of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Data Entry Operator (DEO). The examination of SSC CHSL Tier I started from 7th January 2017 was conducted in various centres across the country.

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Schedule Dates:

  1. 7th January 2017 to 9th January 2017 (in two slots)
  2. 10th January 2017 to 8th February 2017 (in three slots)

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Schedule Timing - (10th Jan 2017 to 08th Feb 2017)

  1. SHIFT / SLOT 1 - 10:00 AM -11:15 AM
  2. SHIFT / SLOT 2 - 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
  3. SHIFT / SLOT 3 - 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

SSC CHSL TIER I EXAM PATTERN

S .N
Examination Type
Topics
No. of Questions
Marks
Duration
1.




Objective Type
General Intelligence (Reasoning)
25
50





75 Minutes
2.
General Awareness
25
50
3.
English Language
25
50
4.
Quantitative Aptitude
25
50
Total
100
200

Note :

  • SSC CHSL Exam conducted for 200 marks.
  • It contains 200 questions.
  • It is an objective type exam.
  • Duration of the Exam is 75 minutes.
  • There will be negative marking for wrong answers ie 0.50
Today is the 25th Day of SSC CHSL Exam. We will update the SSC CHSL Exam Analysis daily & We, hereby, bring you the complete analysis of Slot 3 of the SSC CHSL Tier I Examination held on 31st January 2017:
Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam was Easy
Good Attempts : 74-80

Section wise Analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I- 31st Jan 2017 Slot 3

In this, we will make you head towards the section – wise analysis as per the topics asked:

General Intelligence/Reasoning Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

The Reasoning & General Intelligence Section is for 25 Question & 50 marks. According to the Exam analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: Easy 
Safe Attempts : 18-20 out of 25 Questions
  • Number/Alphabet Series: 10 Qs – Easy, (Simple and easy patterns to recognize)
  • Analogy: 2 Qs – Easy
  • Paper folding:  1 Qs – Easily solved. Required spatial acuity
  • Miscellaneous: 5-7 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Classification: 1-2 Qs – Easy
  • Matrix: 1 Q – simple and direct.
  • Blood Relations: 2-3 Qs – Easy
  • Verbal Reasoning: (Statements/Conclusions/Assumptions/Cause & Effect):0-1Qs -Moderate
  • Pattern Based Picture Diagram – 1-2 Q – Moderate
  • Logical Reasoning – 3 Qs – Though not direct, they remained simple to solve
  • Direction & Distance – 3 Q – Easy
  • Statements and Conclusions - 1-2 -Moderately levelled
  • Miscellaneous - 2 -Easily tackled

General Awareness Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

Nearly all the subtopics of the section were asked, with a few topics gaining an upper hand over other subtopics. The level remained easy for majority but also leaned towards easy for one who was considerably prepared.
The General Awareness Section is for 50 marks. According to the SSC CHSL 2017 Paper analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: - Easy 

  • Static GK: 3-4 Qs - Requires knowledge of basic facts
  • Chemistry - 3-4 Qs – Remained easy again
  • Geography: 2-3 Qs – Famous parks and festivals. Simple
  • History: 2-3 Qs – Easy levelled.
  • Polity: 3- Moderate
  • Computer: 2-3 - Easy levelled. 
  • General Science: 5-6 Qs – Basic
  • Civics & Polity: 2-3 Qs – Easy
  • Economics & Finance: 2-3 Qs – EAsy
  • Abbreviations: 1 Q – Easy
  • Current Affairs: 3-4 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Miscellaneous: 2-6 Qs – Easy to Moderate

English Language Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

The English Language Section is for 50 marks. According to the SSC CHSL 2017 Paper analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: Moderate
Safe Attempts : 18-21 / out of 25 Questions

  • Cloze Test – 5 Qs – Easy
  • One Word Substitutions – 2-3 Qs – Moderate
  • Synonyms & Antonyms – 5 Qs – Moderate 
  • Narration – 1-2 Qs – Moderate
  • Phrases & Idioms – 3-4 Qs – Moderate
  • Error Spotting/Sentence Correction – 2 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Active & Passive Voice – 1-2 Qs – Moderate
  • Error Spotting/Sentence Correction – 2 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Spellings – 1-2 Qs – Easy
  • Sentence/Para Jumbles – 2-3 Qs – Easy

Quantitative Aptitude Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

The Quantitative Aptitude Section is for 50 marks. According to the SSC CHSL 2017 Paper analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate
Safe Attempts : 17-19 / out of 25 Questions

  • DI – 3 Qs – Easy. but Timeinsentive.
  • Coordinate Geometry – 2Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Geometry – 2Qs – Moderate
  • Algebra -1-2 Qs- Moderate. - Moderate with a focus on calculation.
  • Trigonometry – 1-2 Qs – Basic trigonometric facts and identities were sufficient. Remained simple to solve.
  • Mensuration – 2 Qs – Easy. Formula Based.
  • Profit & Loss – 1-2 Qs – Moderate.
  • Averages & Percentages – 2-3 Qs – Easy. Straightforward.
  • Distance & Speed – 2-3 Qs – Easy.
  • Miscellaneous – 8-12 Qs – Moderate

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Important Census 2011 - Questions Asked in IBPS - SBI - SSC - RRB - RRB Exams

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1 2011 Census is ~~~ 15th Census (7th Census after Independence).
2 As per 2011 Census , 100% Banking District ~~~ Palakkad (Kerala)
3 As per 2011 Census , 100% Banking State ~~~ Kerala
4 As per 2011 Census , 100% Literacy District ~~~ Palakkad (Kerala)
5 As per 2011 Census , Density of Population in India ~~~ 382 sq. km
6 As per 2011 Census , Highest Density of Population ~~~ Bihar (1102 sq.km)
7 As per 2011 Census , Highest fertility Rate ~~~ Meghalaya
8 As per 2011 Census , Highest Populous District ~~~ Thane (Mumbai)
9 As per 2011 Census , Highest Sex Ratio (State) ~~~ Kerala (1084 : 1000)
10 As per 2011 Census , Highest Sex Ratio (UT) ~~~ Puducherry
11 As per 2011 Census , Increase in population (during 2001-2011) ~~~ 181 million
12 As per 2011 Census , India’s Rank in population ? ~~~ 2nd with 17.5% (1st China with 19%)
13 As per 2011 Census , Least Literate District ~~~ Dadra Naga & Haveli
14 As per 2011 Census , Least Literate State ~~~ Bihar (63.82%)
15 As per 2011 Census , Least literate Union Territory ~~~ Dadra Nagar & Haweli
16 As per 2011 Census , Least Populous State ~~~ Sikkim
17 As per 2011 Census , Least Sex Ratio (UT) ~~~ Damn & Dayyu (618 : 1000)
18 As per 2011 Census , Literacy of Female ~~~ 65.46%
19 As per 2011 Census , Literacy of Male ~~~ 82.14%
20 As per 2011 Census , Lowest Density of Population ~~~ Arunachal Pradesh (17)
21 As per 2011 Census , Lowest Sex Ratio (State) ~~~ Haryana
22 As per 2011 Census , Most Literate District ~~~ Serechhip (Mizoram)
23 As per 2011 Census , Most Literate State ~~~ Kerala (93.9%)
24 As per 2011 Census , Most literate union territory ~~~ Lakshadweep (92.2%)
25 As per 2011 Census , Most Populous State ~~~ Uttar Pradesh
26 As per 2011 Census , National Sex Ratio ~~~ Female : Male (940 : 1000)
27 As per 2011 Census , Population Growth Rate ~~~ 17.64%
28 As per 2011 Census , Total number of districts ~~~ 640
29 What was the Slogan of 2011 Census of India? ~~~ Our census, Our Future
30 What was the Total Population of India as per 2011 Census ? ~~~ 1,21,01,93,422
31 When was India’s 1st Census held ? ~~~ 1872
32 Who was the 2011 Census Commissioner ?~~~ C. Chandra Mouli

DMRC Admit Card 2017 For CRA, Maintainer Electrician and Others- Download Here

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DMRC (Delhi Metro Corporation) has released the admit card for the DMRC 2017 CRA & Other Various post. Additionally DMRC has also announced the official date for all the post. Candidates who filled the application can download their admit card from below link.


How To Download DMRC Admit Card 2017: 

How To Download DMRC Admit Card 2017: 
  • Click on Below link.
  • Provide the mandatory details that are asked and Fill these details then 
  • Now click on the submit button to download DMRC Written Exam Entry Card.
  • Your DMRC Admit Card will appear on your PC’s screen

All the Best for your Exams.

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Analysis: 31st January 2017 Shift 2

SSC CHSL  is one of the most awaited examinations of all times. This examination is held on ... thumbnail 1 summary

SSC CHSL is one of the most awaited examinations of all times. This examination is held on an annual basis to filter eligible candidates for posts of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Data Entry Operator (DEO). The examination of SSC CHSL Tier I started from 7th January 2017 was conducted in various centres across the country.

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Schedule Dates:

  1. 7th January 2017 to 9th January 2017 (in two slots)
  2. 10th January 2017 to 8th February 2017 (in three slots)

SSC CHSL Tier I Exam Schedule Timing - (10th Jan 2017 to 08th Feb 2017)

  1. SHIFT / SLOT 1 - 10:00 AM -11:15 AM
  2. SHIFT / SLOT 2 - 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
  3. SHIFT / SLOT 3 - 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

SSC CHSL TIER I EXAM PATTERN

S .N
Examination Type
Topics
No. of Questions
Marks
Duration
1.




Objective Type
General Intelligence (Reasoning)
25
50





75 Minutes
2.
General Awareness
25
50
3.
English Language
25
50
4.
Quantitative Aptitude
25
50
Total
100
200

Note :

  • SSC CHSL Exam conducted for 200 marks.
  • It contains 200 questions.
  • It is an objective type exam.
  • Duration of the Exam is 75 minutes.
  • There will be negative marking for wrong answers ie 0.50
Today is the 25th Day of SSC CHSL Exam. We will update the SSC CHSL Exam Analysis daily & We, hereby, bring you the complete analysis of Slot 2 of the SSC CHSL Tier I Examination held on 31st January 2017:
Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam was Easy
Good Attempts : 75-82

Section wise Analysis of SSC CHSL Tier I- 31st Jan 2017 Slot 2

In this, we will make you head towards the section – wise analysis as per the topics asked:

General Intelligence/Reasoning Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

The Reasoning & General Intelligence Section is for 25 Question & 50 marks. According to the Exam analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: Easy 
Safe Attempts : 18-20 out of 25 Questions
  • Number/Alphabet Series: 10 Qs – Easy, (Simple and easy patterns to recognize)
  • Analogy: 2 Qs – Easy
  • Paper folding:  1 Qs – Easily solved. Required spatial acuity
  • Miscellaneous: 5-7 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Classification: 1-2 Qs – Easy
  • Matrix: 1 Q – simple and direct.
  • Blood Relations: 2-3 Qs – Easy
  • Verbal Reasoning: (Statements/Conclusions/Assumptions/Cause & Effect):0-1Qs -Moderate
  • Pattern Based Picture Diagram – 1-2 Q – Moderate
  • Logical Reasoning – 3 Qs – Though not direct, they remained simple to solve
  • Direction & Distance – 3 Q – Easy
  • Statements and Conclusions - 1-2 -Moderately levelled
  • Miscellaneous - 2 -Easily tackled

General Awareness Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

Nearly all the subtopics of the section were asked, with a few topics gaining an upper hand over other subtopics. The level remained easy for majority but also leaned towards easy for one who was considerably prepared.
The General Awareness Section is for 50 marks. According to the SSC CHSL 2017 Paper analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: - Easy 

  • Static GK: 3-4 Qs - Requires knowledge of basic facts
  • Chemistry - 3-4 Qs – Remained easy again
  • Geography: 2-3 Qs – Famous parks and festivals. Simple
  • History: 2-3 Qs – Easy levelled.
  • Polity: 3- Moderate
  • Computer: 2-3 - Easy levelled. 
  • General Science: 5-6 Qs – Basic
  • Civics & Polity: 2-3 Qs – Easy
  • Economics & Finance: 2-3 Qs – EAsy
  • Abbreviations: 1 Q – Easy
  • Current Affairs: 3-4 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Miscellaneous: 2-6 Qs – Easy to Moderate

English Language Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

The English Language Section is for 50 marks. According to the SSC CHSL 2017 Paper analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate
Safe Attempts : 18-21 / out of 25 Questions

  • Cloze Test – 5 Qs – Easy
  • One Word Substitutions – 2-3 Qs – Moderate
  • Synonyms & Antonyms – 5 Qs – Moderate 
  • Narration – 1-2 Qs – Moderate
  • Phrases & Idioms – 3-4 Qs – Moderate
  • Error Spotting/Sentence Correction – 2 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Active & Passive Voice – 1-2 Qs – Moderate
  • Error Spotting/Sentence Correction – 2 Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Spellings – 1-2 Qs – Easy
  • Sentence/Para Jumbles – 2-3 Qs – Easy

Quantitative Aptitude Analysis SSC CHSL Tier 1 Exam

The Quantitative Aptitude Section is for 50 marks. According to the SSC CHSL 2017 Paper analysis, Covered topics are given below.

Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate
Safe Attempts : 17-19 / out of 25 Questions

  • DI – 3 Qs – Easy. but Timeinsentive.
  • Coordinate Geometry – 2Qs – Easy to Moderate
  • Geometry – 2Qs – Moderate
  • Algebra -1-2 Qs- Moderate. - Moderate with a focus on calculation.
  • Trigonometry – 1-2 Qs – Basic trigonometric facts and identities were sufficient. Remained simple to solve.
  • Mensuration – 2 Qs – Easy. Formula Based.
  • Profit & Loss – 1-2 Qs – Moderate.
  • Averages & Percentages – 2-3 Qs – Easy. Straightforward.
  • Distance & Speed – 2-3 Qs – Easy.
  • Miscellaneous – 8-12 Qs – Moderate

For Previous and Upcoming Exams Update & Analysis : Follow Our :  SSC CHSL Section


We anticipate your Best performance in the exam. Feel free to drop any of your queries/ suggestions in the comments section below. You can also share the questions asked in the exam in the same place. Stay tuned & Subscribe for more updates. 

All the Best for your Next Shifts & Upcoming Exams.

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