Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis 14th August 2018 (Shift 3)
Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis 14th August 2018 (Shift 3)

Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis: Today (14th August 2018) Fourth Day of RRB ALP & Technician Exam Conducted by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) and it will continue from 09th August to 31st August 2018. Here we will provide you the complete with a detailed section-wise analysis of Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis 14th August 2018 (Shift 2) exam paper. 

This Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis would help the candidates whose exam is scheduled later to understand the type of questions being asked in each section and their difficulty level. So, let us begin

Railway ALP Over-all Exam Analysis Shift-3

Section Level Good Attempts
Mathematics Easy 17-18
General Intelligence & Reasoning Easy-Moderate 19-21
General Science Easy-Moderate 17-18
General Awareness on Current Affairs Easy 7-8
Overall Easy 60-65

Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis – Mathematics Section 

In Railway ALP Exam 2018, Mathematics was of Easy Level. Most of the questions were based directly on Formulas and some were calculative.
Topic No of Questions Level
S.I, CI  3 Easy-Moderate
Mensuration 2 Easy
Profit/ Loss 1 Easy
Ages 3 Easy
Time and Work 3 Easy
Geometry 1 Easy
Speed and Distance 2 Easy
Average 1 Easy
Partnership 2 Easy
Percentage 2 Easy
Total 20Easy

Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis –  Reasoning Section

In Railway ALP Exam 2018, General Intelligence(Reasoning) questions were of Easy-moderate level. There were only 1 questions from image.
  • There was 1 question of figurative Odd One Out
  • One question from clock, in which angle was asked.
Topic No of Questions Level
Syllogism 3-4 Easy
Venn Diagram 2 Easy
Methematical Calculation 2 Easy
Mirror Image 1 Easy
Odd one out 1 Easy
Coding-Decoding 2 Easy
Analogy 2 Easy
Series  2 Easy
Direction 1 Easy
Statement & Conclusion 3-4 Moderate
Counting Figure 1 Easy
Misc. 5 Easy-Moderate
Total 25 Easy-Moderate

Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis –   General Science Section 

In Railway ALP Exam 2018, Questions from Science were directly based and of easy to moderate level. No formula applying questions were the part of the exam.
Topic No of Questions Level
Physics 7-8 Easy-Moderate
Chemistry 6-7 Easy
Biology 5-6 Easy
Total 20 Easy-Moderate

Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis – General General Awareness Section

In Railway ALP Exam 2018, General Awareness on current affairs questions were of easy level.

Total Questions: 10

Questions asked in exam are given below:-

Question Asked in RRB ALP Exam 14th August 2018 (All Shifts)

This brings us to the end of this blog. We hope the information provided in the above Railway RRB ALP Exam Analysis is helpful. Continue with your exam preparation 

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  • Axis Bank becomes the first bank in the country to introduce Iris Scan Authentication feature for Aadhaar-based transactions through its micro ATM tablets.
  • India’s largest lender, State Bank of India (SBI) launched its Multi Option Payment Acceptance Device (MOPAD) for digital payments convenience of merchants and consumers.
  • According to data released by Central Statistics Office (CSO), factory output measured in terms of Index of Industrial Production (IIP) had reported five-month high to 7% in Jun 2018.
  • Bajaj Allianz General Insurance entered into a bancassurance deal with Vijaya Bank.
  • India's best pay later option PayU and Reliance Money has entered into strategic partnership for instant app-based personal loans via LazyPay to provide loan amount start from as low as Rs. 100 and will extend up to Rs. 1,00,000 with a duration varying from 15 days to 24 months.
  • HSBC has launched a new digital platform—MyDeal to simplify capital raising process through capital markets by providing real-time access to information such as investors’ feedback, profiles, client orders and deal pricing.
  • PayPal, a global technology platform and digital payments leader, has announced its strategic partnership with HDFC Bank to offer safer, faster and convenient payment experiences for the bank's card holders.
  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) transferred surplus (dividend) of Rs. 50,000 crore to Govt for year ended in Jun 2018, over 63% more than Rs 30,659 crore which it transferred in 2017.
  • The  Appointments  Committee  of  Cabinet  (ACC)  approved  appointment  of  Chartered  Accountant, Swaminathan Gurumurthy and businessman, Satish Kashinath Marathe as another non-official director on Central Board of Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
  • The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the State Bank of India (SBI) for getting Long Term Unsecured Loan of Rs 25000 crore for 10 years with 3 years of moratorium on repayments.
  • The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council has decided to start a pilot project to give cashbacks to consumers in order to incentivise digital payments in the country.

  • The Human Resource Development Ministry has launched a programme, 'Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds' (SWAYAM) to provide one integrated platform and portal for online courses.
  • 76th anniversary of Quit India movement has been observed on Aug 08, 2018.
  • NITI Aayog’s International Conference on 'Sustainable Growth through Material Recycling: Policy
  • Prescriptions' has been held at Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra in New Delhi.
  • The Union Govt has informed Lok Sabha that Non-Resident Indians (NRI) cannot file Right to Information (RTI) applications to seek governance-related information from Central government departments.
  • The Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry launched Niryat Mitra mobile application for exporters and importers of the country.
  • The Union Ministry of Road Transport & Highway (MoRTH) launched two IT initiative Bidder Information Management System (BIMS) and Bhoomi Rashi and PFMS linkage to expedite pre construction processes relating to bidding and land acquisition respectively.
  • The Union Home Ministry excluded 29 inhabited islands in Andaman and Nicobar from Restricted Area Permit (RAP) regime under the Foreigners (Restricted Areas) Order, 1963 till Dec 2022.
  • The world’s first-ever thermal battery plant owned by Bharat Energy Storage Technology Private Limited (BEST) was inaugurated in Amravati, Andhra Pradesh.
  • The 10th International conference on oral implantology has been held in New Delhi to enhance the awareness and knowledge on the latest innovations and technologies in oral implantology world over.
  • The NITI Aayog host an Investors’ Conference for the Holistic Development of Islands at Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra and inaugurated by Amitabh Kant (CEO of NITI Aayog).
  • Parliament passed Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2018 prescribing death penalty to those convicted of raping girls below age of 12 years and making law against such sexual offences more stringent.
  • The Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) launched a dedicated portal, Forum of Cargo Owners and Logistics Operators (FOCAL) to connect cargo owners and shippers with real time data on availability of vessels.
  • The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) approved 122 new research project proposals worth Rs 112 crore for funding under its IMPRINT-II (Impacting Research Innovation and Technology) scheme.

  • The Mizoram govt is going to start the repatriation process of Bru (Reang) tribals from Tripura to Mizoram from Aug 14 to Sept 10.
  • The eleventh edition of the India Art Fair 2019 will be held from Jan 31 to Feb 03 in New Delhi.
  • The leading media group of Kerala, Mathrubhumi launched its new venture ‘Mathrubhumi Media School’ in Kochi.
  • Delhi High Court declared 25 sections of Bombay Prevention of Begging Act, 1959 which have been extended to Delhi, as 'unconstitutional'.
  • The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind has inaugurated the ‘One District One Product’ Summit in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
  • The 22nd edition of ‘Parampara series – National Festival of Music and Dance’ festival held at Kamani Auditorim in New Delhi.
  • The Telangana govt signed pact with Tech Mahindra to establish the Blockchain district in Hyderabad, a first-of-its-kind Centre of Excellence for Blockchain.
  • Khangchendzonga Biosphere Reserve in Himalayan state of Sikkim has been included in UNESCO designated World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR), making it 11th Biosphere Reserve from India to achieve this recognition.
  • Startup India launched the Startup Academia Alliance programme, which is a unique mentorship opportunity between academic scholars and startups working in similar domains, to fulfill the Indian Govt’s mission to promote the spirit of entrepreneurship in the country.
  • The Election Commission of India (ECI) conducted the first-ever Orientation Workshop on Election Management for IAS Asstt Secretaries in New Delhi.
  • The Andhra Pradesh Cabinet approved an unemployment allowance scheme 'Mukhyamantri Yuva Nestam' through which an allowance of Rs 1000 per month will be provided to unemployed youth in the state.
  • The Telangana govt is planning to setup a state of the art 'B-Hub' with an outlay of Rs. 60 crore for biotech and biopharma sector in Genome Valley, Hyderabad.
  • The Manipur govt has constituted two committees at state and district level to deal with a possible influx of illegal immigrants, following the publication of the final draft of National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam.
  • The iconic Mughalsarai Railway Junction in Uttar Pradesh has been renamed as Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction Railway station.
  • Defence Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman has launched Defence India start up Challenge in Bengaluru to build an ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship in defence sector and make India self-reliant for meeting defence requirements.

  • The communication exercise 'Pacific Endeavor-2018 (PE-18)' under the Multinational Communications Interoperability Program (MCIP) started in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Pakistan and Russia signed contract on admission of service members of Pakistan in Russia’s Military Training Institutes.
  • Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong kicked off the 51st ASEAN Foreign Ministers meeting in Singapore.
  • Japan has pipped China as world's number two stock markets.
  • The Govt of United Kingdom announced new plans to change law for organ and tissue donation to address urgent need for organs within Indian-origin communities in the country.

  • China successfully tested the first cutting-edge hypersonic 'waverider' flight vehicle (aircraft) Xingkong- 2 (Starry Sky-2).
  • Joint military exercise between Indian Army and Royal Thai Army, Maitree 2018 has been conducted in
  • Thailand.
  • The Scientists from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras have developed first of family of six industry-standard microprocessors under Project Shakti.
  • Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) postponed Chandrayaan-2, India’s second mission to moon to Jan 2019.

  1. Parliament passed Homoeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Bill, 2018 to replace Ordinance promulgated by President in May 2018.
  2. Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Limited (TRIFED) has signed MoU with National Medicinal Plant Board to promote Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs) forest produced for livelihood development of tribal people by promoting primary level value addition to MAPs produce from forest area at the grassroots level.
  3. Italian motorcycle-maker Benelli signed MoU with the Telangana govt to set up a manufacturing facility at Medichal, Pochampally, Hyderabad.
  4. The Union Cabinet given approval for raising of four additional battalions of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to strengthen the India’s disaster response set up.
  5. Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved release of pulses to States/UTs at discounted rate to be utilized for various Welfare Schemes from stock of pulses procured under Price Support Schemes (PSS).
  6. CCEA approved continuation and revision of Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Post Matric Scholarship for Other Backward Classes Students for studying in India (PMS-OBC) till 2020.
  7. Union Cabinet approved extension of term of Commission to examine the issue of Sub-categorization of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in Central List till Nov 2018.
  8. CCEA approved continuation of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) beyond 12th Five Year Plan period (2012–2017).
  9. The NITI Aayog and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) signed MoU on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and entered into three-year partnership.
  10. The Union Govt doubled import duties on 328 textile products to 20% from existing rate of 10% under Section 159 of the Customs Act, 1962.
  11. The premier institute of Ayurveda under the AYUSH Ministry, All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA) signed MoU with IIT Delhi to boost research in traditional medicine and streamline hospital care facilities in the country.
  12. The Union Govt, NABARD and National Water Development Agency (NWDA) signed revised Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) for funding of central share of 99 prioritized irrigation projects under Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY) through Long Term Irrigation Fund (LTIF).
  13. Union Government constituted four-member Group of Ministers (GoM) headed by Union Minister of Commerce and Industry, Suresh Prabhu to decide on 16-member Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations.
  14. Lok Sabha unanimously passed Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Bill, 2018 to reverse effects of Supreme Court order concerning certain safeguards against arrests under SC/ST law.
  15. Parliament passed Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Third Amendment) Bill, 2017 to provide constitutional status to the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC).
  16. President gave assent to Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2018.
    • It aimed at allowing a court to try offences related to cheque bounce expeditiously and direct the drawee to pay a minimum of 20% of cheque amount as interim compensation.
  17. President gave assent to State Banks (Repeal and Amendment) Act to repeal two other laws State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks) Act, 1959 and State Bank of Hyderabad Act, 1956.
  18. President gave assent (under Article 111) to Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill, 2018 passed by Parliament.
  19. Union Finance Ministry further extended deadline on imposing import duty hike on 29 products, imported from United States (US) by 45 days till Sept 18, 2018 from earlier Aug 4, 2018.
  20. PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) and Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish India-Nepal Centre.

  1. Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha       : Harivansh Narayan Singh
  2. Non-official director on Central Board of RBI: Swaminathan Gurumurthy
  3. Non-official director on Central Board of RBI: Satish Kashinath Marathe
  4. Colombia's Next President: Ivan Duque
  5. Director and General Manager in United India Insurance Company (UIIC): S Gopakumar
  6. Re-appointed as TRAI chairperson till 2020: R S Sharma
  7. Chief Justice of Delhi High Court:       Rajendra Menon
  8. VC of University of Kashmir: Prof. Talat Ahmad
  9. UN Human Rights Chief:         Former Chilean President : Michelle Bachelet
  10. Chairman and MD of Escorts: Nikhil Nanda
  11. CEO of Uralungal Labour Contract Co-operative Society Ltd (ULCCS):Raveendran Kasthuri
  12. CEO of PepsiCo: Indra Nooyi
  13. Retirement from international football:        Mario Gomez (German striker)

  1. According to the recent study released by LIRNEAsia, India has highest gender gap in mobile phone ownership amongst 18 comparable countries and ranks among the lowest in women’s access to Internet.
  2. According to the recent study, the Earth is at the risk of entering an irreversible hothouse condition – where the global temperatures will rise by four to five degrees even if targets under 2015 Paris climate deal are met.

  1. The Indian-American high school student, Avi Goel has won the International Geography Bee World Championship 2018 in junior varsity division in Berlin, Germany.

  1. Javelin thrower star Neeraj Chopra will be India’s flag bearer in the opening ceremony of the upcoming Asian Games 2018 scheduled to be held in Indonesian cities of Jakarta and Palembang.
  2. The defending champion, the Netherlands recorded a stunning 6-0 victory over Ireland in the 14th edition of Women’s Hockey World Cup 2018 at London to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to 32 matches.
  3. The Indian women chess team clinched gold in the Blitz event at the Asian Nations Chess Cup 2018 at Hamadan, Iran.
  4. The Indian Under-20 football team created history by winning the 2018 Cotif Cup football tournament by defeating the 6-time U20 World Cup champions Argentina by 2-1 in their final match in Spain.
  5. Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain becomes the first woman shuttler to win the women’s singles World Badminton Championships thrice with an emphatic victory over P.V. Sindhu of India in Nanjing, China.
  6. Tokyo 2020 is going to become the first Olympics to use facial recognition technology to increase security around all venues.
  7. An Indian origin prison guard from Adelaide, Sashi Cheliah clinched the title of MasterChef Australia 2018 after scoring 93 out of 100 points.
  8. British racing driver, Lewis Hamilton won the 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring circuit.
  9. Ace Indian shuttler P V Sindhu finished second best winning silver medal at World Championships 2018 of Badminton in women’s singles category held at Nanjing, China.
    • Men’s singles: Kento Momota of Japan won the title (gold medal) with 21-13, 21-11 victory over
    • China’s Shi Yuqi.
    • Women’s singles: Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain won title by defeating India’s P V
    • Sindhu by 19-21 10-21 score.
    • Men’s doubles: Chinese pair of Li Junhui and Liu Yuchen won the title by defeating Japanese pair of Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda.
    • Women’s doubles: Japanese pair of Mayu Matsumoto and Wakana Nagahara won the title by defeating another Japanese pair of Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota.
    • Mixed doubles: Chinese pair of Zheng Siwei and Huang Yaqiong won the title by defeating another Chinese pair of Wang Yilü and Huang Dongping.
  10. India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar grabbed his maiden European Tour title with a brilliant chip-in eagle on the 17th hole for a one-stroke win over a charging Anthony Quayle of Australia at the Fiji International.

  1. Aug 12: World Elephant Day 
  2. Aug 10: World Biofuel Day    
  3. Aug 09: International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples         
  4. Aug 07: National Handloom Day       

  1. Veteran Congress leader and Former Union minister: Rajinder Kumar Dhawan
  2. Kannada film producer, distributor and exhibitor: M Bhakthavatsala,
  3. Australian professional golfer: Jarrod Lyle
  4. Veteran screenplay writer: Jalees Sherwani
  5. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief: M Karunanidhi

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SSC GD Constable Recruitment 2018 54953 Vacancies  Apply Now

SSC GD Constable Recruitment 2018: 54953 Vacancies | Apply Now

SSC GD Constable Recruitment 2018: The Staff Selection Commission is expected to release SSC Constable GD Notification 2018 on 21st July 2018 to recruit various eligible candidates for the post of CAPF (Central Armed Police Force). Candidates who are eligible for SSC GD Constable Recruitment 2018: 54953 Vacancies | Apply Now & as per the eligibility criteria will be able to fill SSC Constable GD 2018 Application Form before the last date. For the reason that SSC GD Exam 2018 notification and online registration form will be released on the official website. Examination date will be released after completing the online form submission process.

All the candidates can check full information and details from here about SSC GD Constable 2018 Recruitment, Notification, Application Form availability, education qualification, age limit, how to apply online, application procedure, etc.

SSC Constable GD Recruitment 2018 Details:

Examination Name SSC GD Constable Exam 2018
Organized by Staff Selection Commission
Exam Mode Online
Name of Posts Constable GD
Total Number of Vacancies 54953 (Expected)
Apply Mode Online
Official Website www.ssc.nic.in
Important Dates
Constable GD Notification 2018 Release Date 21st July 2018
SSC GD Apply Online Starting Date 17th August 2018
Last Date to apply 17th September 2018
Last Date to Pay Fee 17th September 2018
GD Constable Exam Date Update Soon
Eligibility Criteria
Educational Qualification:
Candidates must have a 10th Pass / 12th Pass from a recognized board or educational institute.
Age Limit:
  • Minimum- 18 Years
  • Maximum- 23 Years
Selection Process
Tier 1 Written Exam
Tier 2 PET/ PST
Tier 3 Merit List
Important Links
Download SSC GD Notification 2018 Click Here 
SSC GD 2018 Apply Online Click Here (Not Started Yet)
SSC GD Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2018 Click Here

SSC GD Constable 2018 Vacancy Details :

SSC has released SSC GD Constable 2018 Notification 2018 on 21st July 2018 in employment news paper. Online Application Form for SSC GD 2018 Exam will start from 21st July 2018 on the Official website of SSC . Candidates will be selected to multiple posts as Constables in BSF, CISF, CRPF etc. SSC GD 2018 will be conducted to recruit eligible candidates to the post of General Duty.

Staff Selection Commission will organize exam for the engagement of candidates as Constable (General duty) in BSF, CISF, ITBP, CRPF and SSB and Rifleman (General Duty). This Organisation has released a huge number of vacancy in the department of Central Armed Police Force (CAPF).

Below, we have given the expected vacancy details.
  • Organization Name: Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
  • Exam Name: SSC Constable GD 2018 (General Duty – Constable)
  • Exam Level: All India
  • Number of Posts: 54953 (Expected)
  • Exam Mode: Offline & Online (need to choose by candidate)

SSC GD Constable Last Year Vacancy Details

Vacant Posts for Male Candidates

Forces SC ST OBC GEN No. of  Vacancy
BSF 2892 1699 4204 9463 18258
CISF 697 392 1410 2399 4898
CRPF 3990 2495 4993 12375 28751
SSB 999 498 1424 2998 5919
ITBP 517 390 682 1906 3495
AR 49 55 61 258 423
NIA 19 09 29 49 106
SSF 27 46 62 242 377

Vacant Posts for Female Candidates

Forces SC ST OBC GEN No. of Vacancy
BSF 800 498 1123 2765 5186
CISF 85 44 146 290 565
CRPF 354 196 490 1000 2040
SSB 100 59 179 347 685
ITBP 50 45 97 182 374
AR 49 59 67 159 334
NIA 03 00 04 05 12
SSF 06 08 09 20 43

Eligibility Criteria for SSC Constable GD 2018:

Candidates must fulfill the eligibility criteria before applying through online or offline mode. In case candidate input wrong information about eligibility criteria then the application will be cancelled. Here, you may check the minimum educational qualification and age limit so that it may be helpful for you to know the SSC GD Constable 2018 eligibility criteria. The candidates must read the below mentioned educational criteria carefully before filling SSC Constable GD application form 2018 via online mode.

Educational Qualifications: 

Candidates who want to apply for GD Constable (BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSF, SSB, NIA and riflemen) must have a 10th Pass / 12th Pass from a recognised board or educational institute.

Age Limit: 

Candidate's age should be between 18 to 23 years. Age relaxation will be applicable as per the as per the government rules for reserved category candidates. The age relaxation will be applicable according to the below-mentioned table. Let's check
S. No. Category Age Limit
1 OBC 26 years
2 ST/SC 28 years
3 Ex-Servicemen (GEN) 26 years
4 Ex-Servicemen (OBC) 29 years
5 Ex-Servicemen (SC/ST) 31 years
6 Domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 1st Jan 1980 to 31st Dec 1989 (GEN) 28 Years
7 Domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 1st Jan 1980 to 31st Dec 1989 (OBC) 31 Years
8 Domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 1st Jan 1980 to 31st Dec 1989 (SC/ST) 33 Years
9 Children and dependent of victims KILLED in the 1984 riots OR communal riots of 2002 in Gujarat (GEN) 28 years
10 Children and dependent of victims KILLED in the 1984 riots OR communal riots of 2002 in Gujarat (OBC) 31 years
11 Children and dependent of victims KILLED in the 1984 riots OR communal riots of 2002 in Gujarat (SC/ST) 33 years
Note: Candidates should be the citizen of India.

Physical Standard for GD Constable Exam 2018

  • For Males: 170 cms
  • For Females: 157 cms
  • For Male: Expanded 80 cms
  • Minimum expansion 5 cms
  • Proportionate as per the height and medical standard for male and female.

SSC Constable GD 2018 Application Form :

Candidates will have to follow all the points which have described here for filling SSC Constable GD application form for upcoming SSC GD Constable Recruitment 2018. Keep in mind to fill only accurate details while filling the online form. The main thing is that candidates must have to apply for the SSC Constable GD 2018 Recruitment on or before the last date. For the reason that, after the last date of form submission, no one will be eligible to fill the SSC GD Constable Application Form 2018. Candidates are advised to apply online on or before the last date of SSC Constable GD 2018.

How to Apply Online for SSC Constable GD Recruitment 2018?

  • Visit the official website of SSC that is ssc.nic.in
  • Click on the "Apply" Tab
  • The new window will be displayed on the screen
  • click on the "GD-Constable" Tab
  • Start filling the online application form by filling correct information such as - Name, Address, E-mail, Mobile Number, Category Educational Qualifications etc.
  • Don't forget to fill an identification mark in SSC Constable GD. (The mark will be checked at the time of physical test)
  • Pay the fees to confirm your registration that will only be considered after the payment of application fee
  • Take a hard copy of registration form for future reference
The application procedure for SSC Constable GD 2018 exam will be in two steps. For part I registration candidates have to fill all the common details such as name, mother's name, father's name, address, email address, mobile number, category and so on. After completing the stage I online form of SSC Constable GD, aspirants have to click on submit button. By doing so, they will get registration number and password for the part II registration form. In part II registration, candidates have to enter educational qualification and then they will have to upload scanned copies of passport size photograph and signature at the definite size.

SSC GD Constable Application Fee 2018 :

As per the SSC examination authority department, the General and OBC Candidates must have to pay Rs. 50/- Only and there is no application fee for the SC/ST/PWD candidates.
  • General / OBC - Rs. 50/- Only
  • SC/ST/PWD - No Fee

SSC Constable GD 2018 Exam Pattern :

The SSC Constable GD 2018 exam will be conducted in three main steps that are:
  1. Physical Standards Test & Physical Efficiency Test
  2. Written Examination (Objective Type) (100 Marks)
  3. Medical Test
The written examination pattern will be based on the newest form. There will be four section of objective type questions. There will be 25 questions for type and each question will carry one marks. For any wrongly answered question, 1/4th mark will be deducted.
SSC Constable GD 2018 Exam Pattern For Written Examination
Part Subject No. of Questions Maximum Marks Exam Duration
A General Intelligence & Reasoning 25 25 2 hours
B General Knowledge & General Awareness 25 25
C Elementary Mathematics 25 25
D English/ Hindi 25 25
Total 100 100

Examination Pattern For PST & PET Tests:

Type For Male Candidates For Female Candidates
Race 5 Km in 24 minutes 1.6 Km in 8 minutes

Exam Pattern For Medical Test

Visual Acuity Unaided Uncorrected Visual Acuity Refraction Color Vision
Near Vision Distant Vision Visual correction of any kind is not permitted even by glasses CP-2
Better Eye Worse Eye Better Eye Worse Eye
N6 N9 6 / 6 6 / 9

SSC Constable GD 2018 Syllabus:

Part A: General Intelligence & Reasoning

Questions on analogies, similarities and differences, spatial visualization, spatial orientation, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, arithmetic number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, etc.

Part B: General Knowledge and General Awareness

Questions in this section will be mentioned for checking candidate's general awareness. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observations and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of any educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining to sports, History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Polity, Indian Constitution, and scientific Research etc.

Part C: Elementary Mathematics

Questions on problems relating to Number Systems, Computation of Whole Numbers, Decimals and Fractions and relationship between Numbers, Fundamental arithmetical operations, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Mensuration, Time and Distance, Ratio and Time, Time and Work, etc. will be included

Part D: English/Hindi

Aspirant's ability to understand Basic English & Hindi, basic comprehension would can be tested in written exam.
The aspirants who want more details about SSC constable GD vacancy can visit the official site for staff selection commission.

SSC Constable GD 2018 Selection Procedure :

  • Physical Standards Test (PST)
  • Physical Endurance Test (PET)
  • Written Examination
  • Medical Test
This is the Selection Procedure of SSC GD Constable 2018 Recruitment. First of all, candidates must have to clear the PST and PET Test. If candidates will be selected in the PST and PET Test then they will be called for the written examination. Final selection would be based on the Medical Test and document verification.

SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2018 :

The Staff Selection Commission will release SSC GD Constable 2018 Admit Card before two weeks of examination on its regional official site. Therefore, applicants can download SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2018 before two weeks exam by using their registration number and password. When the SSC examination department will release SSC GD Constable Call Letter 2018, we will update here with an appropriate link. Thus, applicants can also download their hall ticket or admit card for Constable GD examination from here only by one click. As all candidates should know that, admit card is very important and required documentation for each and every exam because without it candidates will not get an entry in the examination hall.

SSC Constable GD Cut Off 2018 :

The Staff Selection Commission examination department will release SSC Constable GD Cut Off 2018 at the time of result declaration. As we know, Cut Off marks are the minimum scores that must be scored by the applicant for qualifying in SSC GD Constable exam and for further selection round. The SSC GD Constable Cut off Marks will set by the Staff Selection Commission examination authority. We have maintained the expected cut off marks of SSC GD Constable 2018.

SSC GD Constable Cut Off 2017-18 (Expected)
  • For General: 37% – 42%
  • For SC/ST/OBC: 35% – 39%
SSC GD Constable Cut Off 2015
  • For General: 35% – 39%
  • For SC/ST/OBC: 33% – 36%

SSC GD Constable Result 2018 :

The Staff Selection Commission will declare SSC GD Constable Result 2018 on the official website of SSC. Those candidates will clear online examination will be selected to the next round. The SSC Constable GD Result 2018 for the written examination and medical test will be declared after two months of examination. To get the position in the SSC Constable GD department, candidates must have to score as per the cut off marks, which will be declared by the SSC with result declaration.

SSC GD Constable Online Test Series 2018 :

To excel the art of perfection, you need to practice very hard. Thus, here we are with a motto to help you with SSC GD Constable Online Test Series 2018 that will provide you free mock test along with three separate analysis to improve hold on the subjects. These tests will determine your position and your current status. These will be based on new pattern and updated syllabus. We even come up with a sectional test to improvise your local knowledge and make it stronger. With this, we also have a doubt solving panel and streaming videos on YouTube to help you sort your problems. The test series is bilingual i.e. it will be provided in English and Hindi to keep the user at ease. The site will also provide the quick solution to all the problems mentioned. We have even launched our application through which you can access all the free mock test.

SSC GD Constable Previous Year Papers :

As we know, If we solve more and more SSC Constable GD Previous Year Papers then we can make a good command to solve the paper as soon as possible. For the reason that it is a key to success to helps us in getting thorough enough about the syllabus and structure of the question paper. It also makes us aware of the difficulty level of the question paper, though it varies from year to year. However, these SSC GD Constable Previous Year Papers will surely let you achieve more success in the SSC Constable GD 2018 examination.

SSC GD Constable Preparation :

Here, we are going to tell you some SSC GD Constable 2018 Exam Preparation tips, which help you to get good marks in less time.
  • Candidates should focus on their Goal & they should do regular reading and selection oriented preparation because it helps them to crack exam in less time.
  • Candidates must study topic wise, so they should take one topic at a time and practice more and more questions on that topic for making their strength for exam.
  • As the time of revision, candidates should focus more on that topic in which they are week and give less attention on that topic in which they are good.
  • Candidates should join the SSC GD Constable 2018 Online Coaching for daily basis practice of online practice tests, online test series, and Previous year papers.
  • After completing the syllabus and revision of all topics, candidates should give more and more Mock Tests with honesty. For the reason that, it helps candidates to guide towards their weak points.
Latest Pattern RC Based on SBI PO Main: 2018 14 August

Latest Pattern RC Based on SBI PO Main: 2018 14 August

We have seen so many changes in recently held SBI PO Main exam, mostly in every section. In English section, questions under Reading Comprehension has come in new format. So, in an exclusive approach, we are providing you all with the Latest Pattern Reading Comprehension Qs, based on 2018 SBI PO Main exam. Make most of it.
Para 1 : New Delhi has clearly opted for a charm offensive in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR). The red carpet laid out for the visiting Seychelles President Danny Faure last week came against the backdrop of setbacks in the bilateral relationship owing to the Assumption Island agreement being put on hold. The pact, to build a naval base on the island, was seen as a major strategic enhancement of India’s IOR naval capacities and had been under discussion since 2003. It was finally signed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the Seychelles in 2015.
Para 2 : The deal was to include 30-year access to the base as well as permission to station Indian military personnel on the ground, with facilities on the island funded by India, owned by Seychelles and jointly managed. After Opposition protests about loss of sovereignty, however, it had to be renegotiated and an amended version was signed in January 2018. Even that proved insufficient. Mr. Faure lacks the numbers in the legislature to ratify it, and with the Opposition sticking to its stand he announced in early June he would not be taking the agreement with India forward.
Para 3 :Instead, Seychelles would build the naval facility _________. Given the blow to India’s plans, Mr. Faure may well have expected a cold reception in India. However, both sides decided to walk around the minefields relating to Assumption Island, with Mr. Modi saying they would work on the project “keeping in mind each other’s interests”.
Para 4 : (_________) to build its maritime capacity, offered to finance civilian infrastructure including the official buildings, and handed over a Dornier aircraft for maritime surveillance purposes. This is good strategy. It would have been pointless to push the Seychelles President for a more concrete assurance on the Assumption Island project, as he has little room for manoeuvre.
Para 5 : India had earlier drawn a blank in attempting to negotiate directly with the Seychelles Opposition leader, Wavel Ramkalawan, who is of Indian origin. Until 2020-21, when Seychelles is due for presidential and parliamentary elections, it may not be possible to move the agreement further for ratification; rather than renegotiate or cancel it entirely, it is best to keep it in abeyance. This softer approach adopted by the government is in remarkable contrast to the strong-arm tactics it has used in the past with other countries in the IOR, such as the Maldives.
Para 6 : India’s very public statements against the Abdulla Yameen government have now led to a considerable setback to its strategic position there, with the Maldives insisting on sending back Indian naval and coast guard helicopters from its atolls. A less confrontational approach in the case of Seychelles, with quiet negotiations instead of public recrimination, indeed appears to have had a more salutary effect.

1. What could be the best replacement for the bold line given in Para 1 ?
1.Owing to the visit of Seychelles President Danny Faure setbacks in the bilateral relationship between India and Seychelles’ Assumption Island agreement being put on hold.
2. Kind of welcome done by India when the president of Seychelles arrived India is an practice to setback the bilateral relationship between India and Seychelles which is weakened due to the breach of agreement made on Assumption Island.
3. Red Carpet Welcome done my Indian Government is mere a formality done after there is setbacks in the bilateral relationship owing to the Assumption Island agreement being put on hold.
4. Last week Seychelles President Danny Faure came India to setback the bilateral relationship owing to the Assumption Island agreement being put on hold. with India.
5. Isolated New Delhi has laid the red carpet out for the visiting Seychelles President Danny Faure last week owing to the Assumption Island agreement being put on hold.
2. What can be Inferred from the Para-2?
1. Mr. Faure lacks the numbers in the legislature to prove his majority thus he must have to resign.
2. The Opposition is stick to its stand but still The President announced that he would not be taking the agreement with India forward.
3. The Government of Seychelles is fraught with the opposition that they refused India to sign the agreement.
4. After 30-year of access to the base, now, India will have to renegotiate and amend the agreement.
5. None of these.
3. Find the apt phrase to fill in the blank in para-3.
1. With the help of India
2. On its own
3. Without the consent of opposition
4. Next year
5. None of these
4. Which option best suits the essence of para-4 while completing the passage? 
1. Instead, China has announced a credit line of of $100 million for Seychelles
2. Opposition has refused to sanction a credit line of $100 million for Seychelles to purchase defense equipment from India
3. Seychelles has refused to take a loan from India in a  a credit line of $100 million
4. The best option with Seychelles is
5. India also announced a credit line of $100 million for Seychelles to purchase defense equipment from India

5. What can be assumed after reading para-5?
1. India has not put its efforts in negotiation with the Seychelles Opposition leader.
2. It was possible to move the agreement further for ratification but India did not made its part to rectify rather renegotiate or cancel.
3.  India has used strong-arm tactics in the past with other countries in the IOR.
4. Both (1) and (2)
5. None of these
6. Which of the following words can replace the word given in bold in para-6?
(a) adversarial
(b) bellicose
(c) Pathetic
(d) cantankerous
1. Only (a)
2. Both (a) and (b)
3. All of the above
4. Both (b) and (c)
5. Only (a), (b) and (d)
  1. 2
  2. 5
  3. 2
  4. 5
  5. 3
  6. 5