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SSC MTS Tips for English Language Section: Tips, Tricks, and Strategy

SSC MTS tips for English Language Section

As SSC is currently accepting applications for SSC MTS exam, candidates who have already applied are looking for important tips for English Language preparation. For the candidates who are yet to apply can apply till 3rd December 2018. Applicants can check this post in order to get the best tips and tricks to prepare for SSC MTS. Well, preparation is the key and if you are looking to clear SSc MTS exam, You must follow the basics right.

SSC MTS tips for English Language Section: Tips to prepare for SSC MTS

The English Section comprises of 3 areas that you need to focus on:

  1. Grammar
  2. Reading comprehension
  3. Verbal Ability

#1. Grammar: The Grammar section comprises of around 5-10 questions asked from like tenses, articles, prepositions, degrees of comparison, subject-verb agreement, conjunctions, parts of speech, standard construction, adverbs, the number in nouns, etc

Parts of Speech:

The most significant part of English Grammar:

The Eight Parts of Speech

  • Nouns
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs
  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjections
How are Clauses used in Sentences?

Clauses can play a play role as grammatical connectors in a sentence by acting as a noun, adjective or adverb.

There are three types of Clauses:

Noun Clause, Adjective Clauses and Adverbial Clauses. The clauses are known for the choice of words used. Use of nouns, turn them into noun clause, use of adjectives turn them into adjective clauses and use of adverbs turn them into adverbial clauses.

#2. Reading comprehension

Reading Comprehension section is often time-consuming. The SSC MTS exam is an exam where time is very limited. It is advisable to divide your time appropriately considering the time that is given to you.

You will find the following questions on the following topics

  • Cloze Test
  • Fill in the Blanks (Double blanks)

Idioms and Phrases: Let us look at the phrase ‘Ball is in your court” – It shows that it is up to you to take the decision and the onus of the decision is entirely yours. The English language has hundreds of phrases, while some of them are more commonly used, the usage of others is less common. The phrase conveys this in a simple way making it open to interpretation. Another example of Idioms and Phrases – “Beat around the bush”. It means that the person is avoiding the main topic of discussion and talking about things that are more irrelevant to the discussion.

One Word Substitution: You need to find the right word to substitute a lengthy sentence with a single word

#3. Verbal Ability

  1. The section contains questions on Para Jumbles, questions on paragraph completion. Para jumbles is usually a group of sentences that are jumbled up and need to be rearranged. You need to understand the questions in the right context to rearrange them.
  2. Follow the sequence of the passage and keep the overall message of the passage and understand the story from the beginning to the end.
  3. Look for indications and connecting words or conjunctions that connect the story.
  4. The odd sentence out is another subject that will be asked in the Verbal ability section.

General SSC MTS tips for English Language Section

  1. The English language cannot be learned in a day and you need to read more to become an expert.
  2. Read More to Improve language. Read Books, Magazines and Newspapers to enhance your vocabulary.
  3. Study the basics of grammar and this can be done even from school level grammar books to strengthen your basics.
  4. Read the Newspaper editorial and opinion columns to improve your English.
  5. Cloze test has become a very important part of the section. Do not forget to prepare for the cloze test.
  6. Read English-Hindi Dictionary or English-Regional Language Dictionary as this is of immense help.

MTS Job Profile :

MTS or Multi Tasking Staff is a Group C Cadre position that is created as per the recommendation of the 6thCPC. Group D posts include positions like peon, Daftary, Farash, Chowkidar, Cleaner, Jamadar, Gardner, Junior Gestetner operator. These posts are clubbed together to be called as MTS.

SSC MTS Exam pattern 2018

SSC Multitasking Staff Exam consist of two stages:

  • Stage 1 – Written exam
  • Stage 2 – Descriptive exam

The written exam consists of a total of 150 marks for a duration of 2 hours.

⇒Written Exam (Paper-I) Objective Type

Subject Max
Time Duration
Reasoning Ability 25 Total
time of
2 Hrs
Numerical Aptitude 25
General English 50
General Awareness 50
Total 150

⇒Descriptive Exam (Paper II)

Subject Max Marks Total Time
Short Essay/Letter in English
or any Language included
in 8th Schedule of the Constitution
50 30

Things to Remember about the SSC MTS Exam:

  • Negative marking of 0.25 marks for wrong answers.
  • Paper I will consist of Objective Type MCQs only. The exam will be in both languages i.e in English & Hindi.
  • Paper II is of qualifying nature and will only test your elementary skills. Only those who qualify the paper I will be eligible for Paper II.

Salary of SSC MTS:

SSC MTS belongs to group C cadre which is non-gazetted, non-ministerial post and falls under the pay band of Rs. 5200 to Rs. 20200 and a grade pay of Rs. 1800.

Distribution of Questions in SSC MTS

Subject Questions
Idiom and Phrases- 2 questions
Sentence Improvement- 2 questions
One Word Substitution- 2 questions
Spelling Correction- 2 questions
Reading Comprehension- 5 questions
Spotting error- 5 questions
Fill in the blanks- 5 questions
Antonyms- 1 question
Synonyms- 1 question

Important Books to Prepare for SSC MTS: SSC MTS tips for English Language Section

  1. Word Power by Norman Lewis (Penguin)
  2. High School Grammar & Composition by Wren and Martin (S.Chand Publishers)
  3. English for General Competitions: from Plinth to Paramount (Volume – 1) – Neetu Singh (KD Publications)
  4. English for General Competitions: (Volume – 2)-Neetu Singh (KD Publications)
  5. Objective General English by SP Bakshi (Arihant)
  6. Objective English for Competitive Examinations by H M Prasad
  7. Quick Learning Objective General English by RS Aggarwal & Vikas Aggarwal

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC MTS tips for English Language Section! 

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IB Security Assistant Preparation Tips for Tier I 2018 | Best Tips and Tricks

Learn Important Tips and Tricks needed to clear IB Security Assistant Tier I Examination – IB Security Assistant Preparation Tips 2018

IB Security Assistant Preparation Tips 2018

Dear Aspirants,

As the registration for IB Security Assistant is already over and candidates have already started their preparation for the Tier-I exam. Any job in the intelligence bureau will have a great level of competition and one must put consist efforts in order to melt the ice. Well, to make things more clear for you, We have brought for IB Security Assistant Preparation Tips 2018 to help you prepare well to gain a competitive edge.

IB Security Assistant Preparation Tips:

Know the exam:

The very first step while preparing for any competitive examination is to know the Exam pattern and Syllabus. IB exam for the post of Security Assistant will consist of 3 TiersTier I will be Objective type test consisting of 4 subjects. Altogether the objective test will last for 2 hours for 200 marks. The Tier II exam will be a descriptive test where a translation of 500 words passage needs to be done. Tier III exam will consist of Interview/ Personality test. Your Spoken ability will also be assessed during the Interview.

Know the Syllabus:

Knowing the syllabus is half job done. Understand what needs to be studied and what not. Start with Tier I exam and collect study materials according to the syllabus of the Objective test (Tier I). Once you will have a clear idea of the complete syllabus, your preparation will start moving smoothly. Knowledge of syllabus will push you to understand what is easy or difficult for you and you can prepare accordingly.

Prepare a Study Plan:

Prepare a study plan for yourself as per your convenience and limitation of time. Well, everyone knows their caliber and if you do, find a plan which can accommodate all your study needs. Set a target and prepare the plan accordingly. Planned targets are always easy to follow once you are ready to commit to it.

Set Preparation Goals:

Setting goals will push you to work harder in order to achieve the set target. Set a long-term goal which can accommodate the whole syllabus and break it into many short-term goals. Further, you can break your short-term goals into daily goals. This division of set target keeps you chasing your long-term goal in a subtle, simple and smaller way.

Do Regular Revision:

Revise what you study and practice it on a regular basis to avoid forgetting the topic what you learned the other day. Do not leave any topic thinking its easy or too difficult. Always remember that anything and everything in the syllabus is equally important.

Most Importantly, Be confident and you can achieve what you want to achieve. Well, If you follow these basic tips to prepare well for IB Security Assistant exam, you can definitely melt the ice.

Hope you liked our post on IB Security Assistant Preparation Tips. If You have any query or suggestion, Do write us in the comments below.

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Official RRB ALP Cut Off 2018 Released | Download Revised Score Card Now!

RRB ALP Cut Off- Check region-wise cut off for ALP and Technician Stage 1 2018. Also, the get the link to check your scores ans sample master

RRB ALP Cut Off and Score Card Revised for Stage 1

The RRB ALP & Technician exam was conducted from 9th August 2018 to 31st August 2018. RRB has released the results for ALP and Technician posts region wise on 2nd of November 2018. The results were announced but had some discrepancies. Therefore, RRB has released a revised Score Card and Master Question Paper for Stage 1. Click on the direct link below to download your score card.

Direct Link to Check your RRB ALP/Technician Revised Scores

RRB ALP & Technician Region Wise Previous Cut Off 2018

With the release of RRB Group C results, you can check the region wise and category wise RRB ALP 2018 cut off from the direct links mentioned below.

Region Cut Off Link
Allahabad PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
Ahmedabad PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
Ajmer Check Cut Off
Bangalore PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Bhopal  PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Bhubaneswar  PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Bilaspur PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Chandigarh PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Chennai Check Cut Off
 Gorakhpur PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Guwahati PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Jammu PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Kolkata Check Cut Off
 Malda Check Cut Off
 Mumbai PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Muzaffarpur Check Cut Off
 Patna Check Cut Off
 Ranchi Check Cut Off
 Secunderabad PWD Cut Off
EXS Cut Off
Community Cut Off
 Siliguri Community Cut Off
 Thiruvananthapuram  Check Cut Off

RRB ALP Master Question Paper – Student’s Copy

We wish all our successful students a Big CONGRATULATIONS. For those, who could not make it to the next phase of exam should not get disheartened. Keep working hard and your efforts will surely be rewarded. We have brought to you the RRB ALP Master Question Paper (provided by one of our students). You can check out the correct answers and improve your weak areas too.

Previous Year’s RRB ALP Cut Off Marks

Aptitude Test Cut Off for ALP (CEN 01/2014)

  • Unreserved – 52.77%
  • OBC – 46.09%
  • SC – 42%
  • ST – 47.72%

Document Verification Cut Off for ALP (CEN 01/2014)

  • Unreserved – 61.70%
  • OBC – 57.66%
  • SC – 51.70%
  • ST – 53.10%

For detailed cut off of Technician posts, see the PDF given below.


Find the RRB ALP 2018 Cut Off below in PDF format.

Region-wise RRB ALP Cut Off for Previous Year

RRB Region Unreserved OBC SC ST
Ahmedabad 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Ajmer 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Allahabad 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Bangalore 42.07% 39.07% 31.13% 33.05%
Bhopal 53.61% 47.75% 45.33% 36.56%
Bhubaneswar 73.43% 70.05% 60.89% 54.84%
Bilaspur 49.27% 42.63% 36.31% 37.42%
Chandigarh 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Chennai 57.76% 55.63% 51.01% 50.74%
Gorakhpur 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Guwahati 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Jammu Srinagar 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Kolkata 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Malda 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Mumbai 67.48% 66.43% 60.30% 59.30%
Muzaffarpur 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Patna 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Ranchi 71.81% 69.37% 65.47% 62.99%
Secunderabad 55% 51.30% 41.90% 42.30%
Siliguri 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%
Thiruvananthapuram 52.77% 46.09% 42.00% 47.72%

Factors affecting RRB Cut Off for ALP & Technician posts

Let us discuss the various factors that are responsible for increasing or decreasing the cut off score.

  • The number of vacancies – As this number increases, cut off score decreases generally. However, it may vary depending on the ratio between the number of applicants and vacancies.
  • Number of applicants – On the contrary, cut off marks usually increases with the number of applicants.
  • The difficulty level of the exam – With increased difficulty, cut off marks usually decreases.
  • Category – The cut off score will also be different for different categories that include General, OBC, SC, ST.

How to Estimate/Check RRB ALP Cut Off marks

  • First of all, visit the official website.
  • Find the RRB ALP & Technician cut off link for previous years.
  • Alternatively, scroll up to see the previous years’ cut off scores for various categories.
  • Compare the exam difficulty, the number of vacancies, and number of applicants for previous years and this year.
  • Next, you can analyse and estimate the expected cut off on the basis of previous years’ cut off and its relationship with the factors affecting it.
  • You can, otherwise, check the expected cut off from this post.

So, tell us, did you find our post on RRB ALP Cut Off Score helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more cut off updates.

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UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018 out for 49568 vacancies

Official Notification regarding the recruitment of 49568 vacancies for the posts of Constable Civil police and Constable Armed Pradeshik Constabulary (PAC)  UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018

UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018

Dear Aspirants,

Application for UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018 has started for the posts of Constable Civil police and Constable Armed Pradeshik Constabulary (PAC) for 49568 Vacancies. Candidates can apply for the above-mentioned posts till 8th December 2018. Application for the recruitment will be subject to various Eligibility Criteria as mentioned in this post. Eligible candidates can apply using the direct link provided in this post.

UP Police Constable Exam Date:

Events Important Dates
Starting date to Apply online 19th November 2018
Closing date to Apply online 8th December 2018
Last date for online fee payment 8th December 2018
Last date for offline fee payment 10th December 2018

UP Police Constable Vacancy:

Post Name General OBC SC ST Total
Constable Civil Police 15681 8467 6585 627 31360
Constable in Pradeshik Armed Constabulary (PAC) 9104 4916 3824 364 18208

UP Police Constable Application Form:

Direct link to apply for UP Police 2018 Constable Recruitment
  • Click on the direct link provided above.
  • Complete your registration using your personal and educational details.
  • Once you register, your login details will be sent to you via E-mail.
  • Now login using your login credentials and fill the UP Police Constable application form.
  • Upload the required documents as mentioned in the official notification.
  • Check all the inputs and make sure you fill all the details correctly to avoid rejection of the application.
  • Now click on submit and a new page will appear on the screen with final application.
  • Save and take a print out of the final application for future reference.

Application Fee:

  • All the applicants need to pay an application fee of Rs. 400/-.
  • Applicants can pay online using Debit/ Credit Card or Net Banking.
  • Offline fees can be paid using E-Challan.

UP Police Constable Eligibility Criteria:

Educational Qualification:

  • Applicants must pass 10+2/ Intermediate examination from any Govt. recognized board or equivalent.

Age Limit:

Age Limit Male (Born between 2nd July 1996 to 1stJuly 2000) Female (Born between 2nd July 1993 to 1stJuly 2000)
Minimum Age 18 Years 18 Years
Maximum Age 22 Years 25 Years

Hope you liked our post on UP Police Constable Recruitment 2018. If you have any query or suggestion, Do write us in the comments below.

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UPSC IAS Exam Pattern for 2019 Civil Services Exam

The preparation of UPSC Civil Services cannot be completed in a short span. Aspirants planning to appear for the civil services IAS Exam 2019 must go through the detailed UPSC IAS Exam Pattern. Here you can learn about the different stages of the exam with the time allotted for each exam and also the marks for each section.

UPSC IAS Exam Pattern 2019

Indian Administrative Services (IAS) exam, conducted by Union Public Service Commission is an exam that requires great effort to clear. IAS Aspirants have to work round the year or at least few months in advance to be exam ready. In such instances, the UPSC IAS Exam Pattern is the best resource to help. It gives you a complete understanding of the IAS Exam with the different stages of the exam, the topics included in the exam along with the number of marks under each section. With this you get an idea to prepare yourself for every stage. Therefore, without wasting anytime, go through it right away.

Stages of IAS Exam 2019

The complete IAS Exam procedure is conducted in 3 phases:

  1. IAS Preliminary Exam: It consists of 2 tests: General Science – I and CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test).
  2. IAS Mains Exam
  3. Personality Test/Interview

IAS Exam Pattern for Prelims

First of all, you will have to clear the IAS Prelims Exam. Then, you must be searching for the IAS exam pattern for Prelims 2019, and here it is. As stated, the IAS Prelims consists of two compulsory papers.

Paper Topics included Duration Marks
Paper I (General Studies)
  • Indian History & National Movements
  • India & World Geography
  • Indian Polity and Government
  • Economy and Social Prospects
  • Environmental Studies
  • General Science
  • Current Affairs
 2 Hours  200
 Paper II (CSAT)
  • English Comprehension
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • Test for Mental Ability
  • Decision making and Problem solving
  • Basic Arithmetic & Data Interpretation
 2 Hours  200

Important points to note in IAS Prelims Exam Pattern:

  • Both the papers mentioned above shall be of objective type i.e., having multiple choice based questions.
  • This exam is a screening test and its marks will not be considered for preparing the Final Merit List.
  • There is negative marking with a penalty of 0.33 for each wrong answer.

IAS Mains Exam Pattern 2019

On clearing the IAS Prelims Exam successfully, you shall be eligible for appearing in the UPSC IAS Mains Exam. The IAS Paper pattern 2019 Mains exam is given below

Paper Type Topics included Duration Marks
Paper A Qualifying Any one of Indian languages 3 Hours 300
Paper B English 3 Hours 300
Paper I Merit Based Essay 3 Hours 250
Paper II  General Studies I 3 Hours 250
Paper III  General Studies II 3 Hours 250
Paper IV  General Studies III 3 Hours 250
Paper V  General Studies IV 3 Hours 250
Paper VI  Optional Paper I 3 Hours  250
Paper VII  Optional Paper II 3 Hours  250
Total  1750

IAS Exam Pattern for Interview

The interview round for IAS Exam tests the communication and personality skills of a candidate before choosing him/her for the IAS Officer post. Hence, you can understand the things you need to work upon. The IAS Exam interview round consists of 275 marks. The marks of both the mains exam and the interview round will contribute for preparing the final selection list.

We hope that we could explain you the complete UPSC IAS Exam pattern. Hence, its your turn now, to brace yourself for the upcoming exam. We will keep informing you about all updates on IAS Exam 2019. Subscribe to our notifications to avoid missing any updates.

Happy Learning!!

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SSC Stenographer Application Form | Last Date to Apply Extended for SSC Steno and JHT

Staff Selection Commission has released the official notice for SSC Stenographer recruitment. You can get the steps and guidelines to fill the SSC Stenographer Application form in this article.

How to Fill SSC Stenographer Application Form 2018

SSC has released the notice for recruitment of Stenographer in grade C and D 2018. At the same time, the direct link  for SSC Steno online application 2018 has also been activated. The application process was previously to continue from 22nd of October to 19th November 2018. Now, the last date has been extended to 20th November. Although the SSC Stenographer vacancies for 2018 has not been released yet, you must not miss this opportunity. Go though the details of the SSC Steno Application Process and apply at the earliest.

Last to Apply Extended - Official Notice

Read the official Notice given below regarding date extension
SSC JHT & Steno Last Date to Apply Extended Official Notice PDF

Application Timeline for SSC Steno 2018

You must have a note of the important dates for the SSC Grade C and D stenographer Application. Have a look at the table below and don't miss the deadlines.

Event Important Date
Application Process Starts  22nd October 2018
Last Date to apply  20th November 2018 (5 p.m.)
Online payment Last Date  1st November 2018 (5 p.m.)
Generate offline Challan before 21st November 2018 (5 p.m.)
Last Date for payment through Challan 26th November 2018

Get the complete SSC Steno recruitment details such as Age Limit, Education Qualification, Exam Pattern etc by clicking on the link below:

SSC Stenographer Application Process 2018

The Official Notice of SSC Stenographer Recruitment states that candidate must go through a number of guidelines before filling the form. We have brought to you a step by step guide to fill the SSC Steno Application Form 2018. Follow the steps below.

1. The Application process for SSC Grade C and D Steno is completely online.

2. Application process is divided into two sections:

Part I -  One Time Registration Process
Part II - Online Application Form Fill up

Online Registration

1. The Registration process is very crucial as the details entered can be changed only once. Hence be very careful before entering your details.

2. Registration process requires a valid Mobile number and Email ID to receive OTP for registration. The mail id you use shall be the used id for login next time.

3. You must have the following ready with you before start your registration:

a. Aadhaar Card or any other government ID proof (Voter ID/Pan card/Driving License/Passport/School,College or Employee ID)
b. Matriculation Certificate
c. Scanned copy (JPEG format) of recent colored passport size photo (20 KB to 50 KB) and signature (10 KB to 20KB).
d. Scanned copy (JPEG Format) of Left Hand Thumb Impression (10 KB to 30 KB) if not providing Aadhaar card details.
e. Disability certificate (in case applying for disability quota)

4. Click on "Register now" in the login section in the official SSC Website

5. Fill in all the required details and upload the scanned copies of documents. Be very careful while filing up the form.

6. Save the inserted information and check again and click on 'Final Submit' button.

7. You will be receiving an OTP on your registered mail ID and mobile to confirm your registration. You change change your basic details only once.

Online SSC Stenographer Application Form Fill up

Direct Link to Apply for SSC Stenographer 2018

1. Login with your User Id (email ID) and Password.

2. Click on 'Apply' under 'Stenographer Grade C and D Examination 2018'.

3. Insert the required information and choose your examination centre, medium of skill test and all other details.

4. Complete the Application process by clicking 'I Agree' to the declaration and fill the captcha code. Remember to cross check your application before 'Submit'.

How to Retrieve your password and Registration number

If a Candidate forgets the password or wants to change it, they can follow the steps given below:

  1. Go to the 'Apply' button and you will be redirected to a new window.
  2. In the new window click on 'Forgot Registration Number or Password' button.
  3. Fill in the details: Date of Birth, Name of Candidate,Father's Name and Captcha.
  4. Click on 'Submit' to retrieve the registration number or password.

How to Change your Password?

If you wish to change your SSC Stenographer password, then you have to follow the steps:

  1. Click on 'Apply' button.
  2. Go to the apply part and click on 'Change Password'.
  3. Enter your details: Date of Birth, Registration Number, Old Password.
  4. Type your New password and confirm the password.
  5. Enter Captcha and Submit.

And your password will be changed.

Fee Payment for SSC Stenographer

1. Next you shall proceed to the Fee payment step, where you can pay either through online or Offline mode. The Application Fees is:

GEN/OBC: Rs 100/-

SC/ST/PWD/Ex-servicemen & Female: NO FEE

2. In case of Online payment, you can pay through SBI Net banking or any Visa, Rupay, Mastercard or Maestro Debit or Credit cards. For Offline Payment, you can pay with SBI Challan through designated SBI branches on or before 26th November 2018.

3. Finally, you can take a download and save a copy of the application form and also take a print out of the form for own records.

Now, that you know the step by step process of filling up the application form therefore apply online for SSC Stenographer Grade C & D.

We hope that these guidelines will help you understand the application process and hence you can smoothly fill your SSC Stenographer Application Form. In case of any queries, do write to us in the comments section below. We will be happy to help you.

Good Luck!!

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HSSC Exam Dates for Constable and SI Released | Get Admit Card Download Date

HSSC SI and Constable Exam Dates have been released. You can download the admit card on the given dates. There are also few instructions important for the exam. Read below.

HSSC SI and Constable Exam Dates

HSSC has released the exam dates for Constable and SI recruitment 2018. HSSC shall be conducting Offline exams for the same on 2nd December, 23rd December and 30th December 2018. The exams shall be conducted in two slots. One from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm (morning Session) and another from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm(evening session).

Dates to Download your Admit Card

Given below are the dates when you can download your Admit Card for the exam.

Post Exam Date and Timing Admit Card Download on
 Sub Inspector (Male)  2nd December (10:30-12:00)  26/11/2018
 Sub Inspector (Female)  2nd December (03:00-04:30)   26/11/2018
 Male Constable (General Duty)  23rd December (Both Session)   15/12/2018
 Female Constable (General Duty)  30th December 2018 (10:30-12:00)   24/12/2018
 Indian Reserve Battalion for Haryana  30th December 2018 (03:00-04:30)   24/12/2018

HSSC Exam Dates Official Notice PDF

Click on the link below to download and read the detailed notice on Exam Dates, admit card download and important instructions for the exam.

HSSC SI and Constable Exam Dates PDF Download

New Application Dates for Haryana SSC SI & Constable Recruitment 2018

  • Online application link reopens – 16th October 2018
  • Last date to apply – 25th October 2018  (till 11:59 PM)
  • Last date to pay submit application fee – 29th October 2018 (till 11:59 PM)

HSSC has decided to give yet another opportunity to candidates who wish to apply for HSSC Advt no 3/2018 for Male and Female Constables and Sub Inspector posts.  Earlier some of the application were rejected based on the age criteria. Now, the commission has released the new age limit to apply. The minimum age limit is 21 years and maximum age limit should not exceed 27 years as on 1st February, 2015. Those who have already applied can update their info, if needed. Read the official date extension notice in PDF below :

HSSC Application Link Reactivated – Read official Notice

HSSC Constable & SI Application Form Latest Notice PDF

We advise you to start filling the application form as soon as possible. It’s better not to wait till the last date as adverse situations may arise.

So, tell us, did you find our post on HSSC Application Form for 7110 SI & Constable Posts helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more application form updates. And do share your thoughts with us in the comments section below. ‘Cause your opinion matters!

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CSBC Bihar Police Constable Results 2018 PDF

Check PET Result PDF for the post of Driver Constable – Bihar Police Constable Results 2018

Bihar Police Constable Results 2018

Bihar Police Constable 2018 PET result has been released officially. There are a total of 4204 candidates who have cleared PET test and qualified for DET test. Further selection will be based on the performance in Driving eligibility test (DET). Candidates who appeared for the PET test can check the result PDF through the direct link mentioned below. Details of the next round; DET (Driving Eligibility Test), will be announced on the official website of Bihar Police.

HOW TO DOWNLOAD CSBC Bihar Police Constable Results 2018?


  • Click on the above-mentioned link to check your PET result.
  • A new page will appear with downloaded Bihar Constable PET Result PDF.
  • Type Ctrl+F to open the find box and type your roll no. in it.
  • If your name appears in the PDF, You have successfully cleared Bihar Police PET examination and you have qualified for the next round of the selection process.

A very hearty congratulations to all the candidates who have successfully cleared the PET examination. As the next round of the selection process, candidates will have to go through Driving Eligibility Test (DET).

Things to know about Driving Eligibility Test (DET):

  • All the candidates need to pass Driving Eligibility Test(DET) in order to be selected for the post of Constable in Bihar Police.
  • Details about the conduct and the process of DET will be announced on the official website of Bihar Police.
  • In case the candidate misses the DET test, He / She will not be considered while preparing the final Bihar Police DET result.

Stay with us for more updates on CSBC Bihar Police Constable Result 2018. If you have any query or suggestion, Do write us in the comments below.

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RRB Group D Question Papers – Download Most Expected Questions in PDF

RRB Group D Question paper 2018 – Are you preparing for RRB Group D Exam? RRB has recently released the exam date for RRB Group D which is 17th September 2018. It’s important to understand the pattern of the questions asked before the Examination day. Understanding the pattern makes you aware of all the sections you are good at and all the aspects you need to improve. The more you practice the RRB Group D Previous Year Papers, the more it will boost up your speed and accuracy level. Solving the RRB Group D Previous Year Papers and most expected one liners for Railway exams, aspirants can scale their preparation level and work on the weak areas. It will help you in developing the time-management skills. Check Previous year Question papers and Model papers in PDF.

RRB Group D Question Paper

Well, knowing RRB Group D syllabus and pattern is half job done. It makes you more confident to face diverse situation or at least gives you confidence solving questions having higher difficulty level. So you need to practice again & again. It makes you motivated and you tend to develop a control over the subject. To make things a bit easier for you, we bring for you subject-wise RRB Group D Question Papers in Hindi and English that can be downloaded through the direct links mentioned below.

RRB Group D Previous Papers:

RRB Group D Previous Year Papers 2008 DOWNLOAD HERE
RRB Group D Previous Year Papers General Awareness DOWNLOAD HERE
RRB Group D Previous Year Papers Nov 2013 DOWNLOAD HERE
RRB Group D Previous Year Papers Dec 2013 DOWNLOAD HERE
RRB Group D Previous Year Papers 2014 DOWNLOAD HERE

You can also take reference from the previous year RRB Group D question paper for details.

We have mentioned all the eminent information of RRB Group D Question paper. We are sure that you are working hard to clear the RRB Group D Examination, and hence, we are there to support you in every manner. Just keep going!

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SSC Junior Hindi Translator Salary and Job Profile 2018 | Check Now!

The Staff Selection Commission has released the SSC JHT Recruitment 2018 Notification on the 22nd October 2018. We have provided SSC Junior Hindi Translator Salary and Job Profile in this article.

SSC JHT Salary and Job Profile 2018

The online for fill up has started from 22nd October and will last till 19th November 2018. You must be wondering as to how much does the job of a SSC JHT pay you. This is why we have brought you the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Salary, its work profile and opportunities. The Paper 1 Online CBT exam will be conducted on 12th January 2019. Candidates must be looking for the salary and job profile of SSC JHT. So, go ahead and check out for yourself.

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Salary 2018

The work profile of a SSC JHT, SHT, JT and HP is that they are posted in some of the most renowned government sector organisations in the country like Central Secretariat, Railways, Armed forces etc. The duty of a SSC JHT is to translate/write important documents, scripts, journals into Hindi language. The Salary of a SSC JHT is listed below in the table:

Post Name Gross Pay
 A  Junior Translator in Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS)  Level 6 (Rs.
 B  Junior Translator in M/o Railways (Railway Board)  Level 6 (Rs.
 C  Junior Translator in Armed Forces Headquarter (AFHQ)  Level 6 (Rs.
 D  Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices who have
adopted model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT
 Level 6 (Rs.
 E  Senior Hindi Translator in various Central Government Ministries,
Departments & Offices
 Level 6 (Rs.
 F  Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices who have
not adopted model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT
 Level 6 (Rs.
 G  Hindi Pradhyapak in Central Hindi Training Institute (CHTI)  Level 6 (Rs.

After knowing the salary structure of SSC JHT all post you want to start the preparation of Junior Hindi translator at the earliest. So, we have prepared SSC Junior Hindi Translator Mock Test based on the latest pattern. After clearing your basic concepts start attempting these mock test. Also, below we have mentioned duties & responsibilities of JHT/JT/SHT.

Job Profile of a JHT/JT/SHT and HP are as follows:

  • Translation/Typing of documents from English to Hindi.
  • Ensuring the use/promotion of Hindi.
  • To help organize Hindi Meeting and Hindi workshops.
  • Maintaining files and records related to Hindi.
  • Translating various journals, forms, books, circulars, manuals and articles in Hindi.
  • To act as a Teaching Officer for Hindi Teaching Scheme.

So, this was it regarding the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Salary. If you liked the article, then give us a thumbs up in the comment section below. For more interesting articles, stay tuned to our blog page.

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