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Motivational Tips for SSC CGL by Adamant Sagar

Hello guys. if any of u has not started the preparation of  SSC ,the most sought after government job,then start your preparation asap.. if anyone is thinking to start their preparation now but feeling frustrated whether they will be able to prepare for the exam in this short period or not..then listen to me.

You have the capacity and capabilities to do miracles in life..our mind is very diverse and unique..if u think that u have to crack the SSC exam anyhow this time,your subconscious mind will start working on it and u will be amazed by the results of your firm determination..So start preparing for the exam asap with full dedication…

I personally know a guy who has cleared tier 1 three times continuously but was not able to clear tier 2.. he used to be very frustrated and i can feel his pain..he used to say that he can’t clear tier 2..this negative thinking is ruling over his mind..but after spending time with him , I realized that he is very good in arithmetic..he can solve the questions without pen and paper..but I do realise that he is weak in geometry section..that is his weak point.. but the problem is that he doesn’t make efforts to improve this section.. he always used to escape it.He is from hindi medium.So his English is weak..but he never try to make effort to improve this section.. I always used to tell him to please read newspaper daily and try to understand and grasp the meaning..But he never make such an effort ..

I am saying this all to suggest u all to not to escape from your weak section.. Escaping is not the solution.. ultimately it will lead to failure.. u will have to work over your weak section.. may be initially u will find difficulties.. and it may be possible that negative thoughts will start taking their seat in your mind..but never let the negative thoughts capture u..just think about the positive side..think that this is crucial time to make efforts.. after someday u will realise that u r gaining command over your weak section..

I am also from hindi medium..during my preparation time, i used to become very sad.. my English was also weak..but I always used to make effort without thinking about the past..and it helped me to score decent marks in English.. so it’s my request to all that please dont lose hope..don’t brood over past.. one thing more..

I have seen people becoming jealous when any other students of their locality get success in any competitive exam..dont be jealous.. jealousy and fear drain much of the power of your don’t be jealous.. feel happy for them with a firm determination that u will also crack the exam and come with flying colours.

Just keep this in mind ,”when he can clear the exam,then I can also clear the exam”.. because God doesn’t do partiality.. he has given equal power to all his sons..but what makes a man successful is his firm determination and perseverance towards his goal.. so please be positive.. start working on your weak areas.. make genuine efforts.don’t make excuses that “hum to itna padhte hai but hamara nahi hota selection”..this excuse will jUST console u for a moment..but such excuse breaks your positivity and determination.. So take a firm step to achieve your target.. dont fret over your past defeat..just give your best with positive mind set.. and always remember these words, “God help those who help themselves“..

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How to prepare current affair for SSC examination

Quick Guidance To Study Current Affairs  For SSC Exams

Guys here we have something important for you regarding current affairs as mostly everybody face challenges of what to read and what to leave.

WEIGHTAGE OF CURRENT AFFAIRS IN SSC EXAM : The most common problem is that students do not have idea of how much weightage is there of current affairs in SSC exam so that you can manage your time accordingly.


  • If you check SSC CGL 2016 Exam of tier 1, you will find this time only 2 to 3 questions were asked from current affairs in each shift but remember you never know what SSC is going to ask in 2017 so, you just can’t ignore current affairs but do not invest all your energy in just current affairs. You have other three sections as well.

IMPORTANT TOPICS TO READ FOR CURRENT AFFAIRS: Problem comes with mostly each one of us is that how many month’s current affairs should be read before the exam and from where to get their modules.


  • SSC usually asks 6 month’s current affairs before your exam day . Well it’s not a rule.

You just need to focus on important points like

  • Sports events —-Focus on commonwealth games, world cup,formula1 race, national game of different countries, Wimbledon etc.
  • Nobel prizes—eg. Malala yousafzai got nobel piece prize in a very young age.
  • Man Booker prize-–eg. Paul Beatty won 2016 Man Booker prize.
  • Awards
  • World heritage sites—-eg. Nalanda university added in world heritage site recently.
  • Narendra modi’s policies-–eg. UJJWAL
  • Latest achievements—P.V sindhu won Olympics silver medal.
  • Those who just started preparing for SSC CGL do not panic. You can still make a difference and grab your seat. Just read important things which we have been providing and you can check our previous G.K modules as well.

How to Make Notes : Problem is that how to memorise all the important points because till you sit for your exam you get a bundle of notes and it’s not easy to keep all of them in your little brain.


  • You need to buy a notebook and make short notes daily but remember do not write everything in your notes. Half a page is enough. Jot down highly important points which you think can be asked in examination like ISRO recently launched a missile so should write its name and how many countries were involved in your short notes.
  • Discuss important news with your friends regularly because discussion makes things easier to remember and in exam you will easily memorise everything.

REVISION OF IMPORTANT POINTS: Major problem is revision because if you keep reading current affairs on a daily basis but do not revise, it’s all going to get wasted in some days. You will become nervous in your exam.

  • Guys forgetting things is a human nature but yes you can help it. Just make a small group of friends and discuss important news with them. Maybe you would have missed something which they know. Trust me guys this really helps. Weekly revise everything which you read during whole week.

How to read newspaper effectively for SSC exam: Students generally get confused about reading newspaper because if you take good newspapers like THE HINDU, TIMES OF INDIA, HINDUSTAN TIMES it takes almost two hours to read it properly and students do not have this much time as most of us are lazy.


  • Read the editorial page of the newspaper daily and jot down English words which you are not able to understand and look for them in dictionary. This will improve your vocabulary as well.
  • Skip reading Bollywood news as it is not important for your exam.
  • Focus on international events , Environmental issues, Articles related to science & technology, Multipurpose Projects and the most important thing is jot down important points in your notebook.
  • Do not skip reading newspaper because you never know which day’s news is going to get you a question in your exam.

Tips :  Read current affairs on a regular basis because you can’t mug them up in a single day or in a month, discuss with your friends regularly and revise. Do not get panic because you are going to crack SSC CGL definitely.


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How do I prepare for SSC Exams while doing a full time job?

How do I prepare for SSC Exams while doing a full time job?“How do I prepare for competitive exams while doing job and is it possible without any coaching?” is a question which generally confuse or create a tension in the mind of students who wants to be a bureaucrat. In this article we will discuss about this question and give you some tips so that you can do better with your life.

No one can answer this question better than you. You just have to prepare your mind and maintain your confidence level. I t all depends on how much time you can give to your study consistently. Initially with this idea in mind, you must have a proper planning to execute your plan. Try to manage your time and give at least four hours daily to your study. Now the question comes how you manage to get four hours from this busy schedule.

Here is the schedule of your life during preparation time

  • Manage to rise at 5.30 in the morning and study for 2 hours, in starting it is hard to rise but think of your aim and goal. Make a habit of rising this time. You have to choose your pleasure of sleeping or your commitment that you make with your life.
  • Generally the people come from office at 8.00pm. So you have 2 hours from 9.30 to 11.30 pm for study. Just make a law in your life or let’s say a habit that you will not sleep without studying 2 hours and you will rise early in morning so that you can give 2 hours easily to your study.
  • You can easily utilise travelling time for English portion. In this time you can learn one word substitution, idiom phrase. Make it as your habit.
  • Now on weekend days try to study 9 hours per day. So in a whole week you manage to give 42 hours (24 on weekdays and 18 on weekend days). On an average 6 hours per day which are sufficient to crack the exam.
  • Never fall prey to the temporary pleasure, make a commitment with yourself that you will use this precious time to make your life dynamic, vibrant and a life of permanent pleasure. Never think negatively and always be optimistic. Whenever you feel tire or burden just focus your mind on your aim. You can relax once you achieve your gaol.

Now many students think that coaching is necessary for SSC Exam. No this is not the case just study with yourself and clears your doubts with notes or quizzes available on our website. We are providing notes on every topic and also give short trick for quant.

So students start your preparation with full energy and confidence. You must definitely crack the SSC. Do not waste even a single second. Use this time to achieve your goal. This time will make your future and you will relax in your whole life.

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Last 15 Years Miscellaneous GK Questions of SSC Exams PDF Download

Last 15 Years Miscellaneous GK Questions of SSC Exams PDF Download

Last 15 Years Miscellaneous GK Questions of SSC Exams PDF Download,General awareness section include questions from Miscellaneous GK. So prepare well for the exam and give your best .

Click Here to Download Compilation of 15 Years Miscellaneous GK Questions of SSC Exams 

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ESIC 539 Security Officer Recruitment 2018 Online Application

ESIC 539 Security Officer Recruitment 2018 Online Application

ESIC 539 Security Officer Recruitment 2018,ESIC invited vacancies of Social Security Officers / Managers Grade-II ESIC 2018 Recruitment for Social Security Officer ESIC Security Officer Latest Jobs Notification 2018 ESIC Social Security Officers / Managers Grade-II Vacancies Online Application

ONLINE Applications (through the website of ESIC at are invited for filling up the post of Social Security Officer/ Manager Gr-II/Superintendent on regular basis by Direct Recruitment in ESIC.

Details of Vacancies:-

Social Security Officer :- 539 Posts

Age Limit for ESIC 539 Security Officer Recruitment 2018:-

Between 21 to 27 years as on the closing date 05.10.2018 More Details about the Age Relaxation will be provided below Advertisement.

Pay Scale for ESIC 539 Security Officer Recruitment 2018:-

Revised pay as per 7th Central Pay Commission for the post is Level-7 of Pay Matrix (Civilian employees) with Entry Pay Rs 44900/-,replaced against Pay Band Rs. 9300-34800/-with Grade Pay Rs. 4600/-of 6thCentralPay Commission.

Educational Qualification for ESIC 539 Security Officer Recruitment 2018:-

  1. A degree of a recognized University(Preference will be given to the graduates in Commerce/Law/Management).
  2. 2.Working knowledge of computer including use of office suites and database.

Application Fee:-

SC/ST/PWD/ Departmental Candidates, Female Candidates & Ex Servicemen *This fee of Rs. 250/ – shall be refunded duly deducting Bank Charges as applicable, on appearing of the candidate in the Part -I Written Examination.

All other categories :- Rs.500/-

How To Apply:-

How to Apply

Eligible candidates may apply online at ESIC Delhi’s website (direct link is given below) from 07 Sep 2018 to 05 Oct 2018.

Steps To Apply Online:

  1. Before applying to Online Applicants have valid email & Scanned copies of photo, signature.
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Bihar Police SI Recruitment 2018

Bihar Police SI Recruitment 2018 | 7847 Daroga Sub-Inspector ASI Vacancies

Bihar Police Sub Inspector Recruitment 2018 Bihar Police Daroga Bharti Updates Bihar Police SI & ASI Recruitment 2018 Job Vacancies Qualification Online Form Date Bihar Police SI & ASI Latest News BPSSC SI & ASI Recruitment 2018

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Bihar Police Subordinate Services Commission (BPSSC) will issue a notification of recruitment to the posts of Sub-inspector (SI). More detailed eligibility criteria is given here under:

Details of Vacancies:- 1717 posts

Age Limit:- For Un – Reserved Category, Age of Male candidate should not be less than 20 years and more than 37 years as on 01.01.2017 & Age of Female candidate should not be less than 20 years and more than 40 years as on 01.01.2017

For Reserved Category, Age of male candidate should not be less than 20 years and more than 40 years as on 01.01.2017 & Age of Female candidate should not be less than 20 years and more than 42 years as on 01.01.2017

Pay Scale:- Rs. 9300-34,800 Grade Pay Rs.4200/-

Educational Qualification:- On or Before 01.01.2017 Candidate must have passed the degree examination from a recognized university or equivalent examination recognized by State Government.

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How to Apply:- Interested eligible candidates should apply Online only Any other mode of submission of application would not be accepted Before filling up On-line Application, candidates are advised to go through the advertisement carefully and understand the contents of the Advertisement, Instructions to fill up On-line Application.

Beginning Of Registration :- 24.10.2017
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Short Tricks To Remember Important Days

Short Tricks To Remember Important Days List of Important National and International days and dates

Important Dates of January

January 9: NRI Day

January 10: World Laughter Day

January 12: National Youth Day

January 15: Army day

January 24: Girl child day

January 25: National Voters day

January 26: India’s Republic Day, International Customs Day

January 30: Martyrs’ Day; World Leprosy Eradication Day

Tricks to remember: 9 NRI’s took part in an event called “10 min’s LAUGH” organized by 12 NATIONAL YOUTHS. The event was safeguarded by 15 ARMY men. The event started, 24 GIRL CHILD got 25 VOTE (VOTERS) each for their performances. This was held on 26th REPUBLIC DAY at INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMS office to commemorate 30 MARTYR’S AND LEPROSY ERADICATORS of the Nation.

Important Dates of February

February 4: Wold Cancer Day

February 14: Valentine Day

February 24: Central Excise Day

February 28: National Science Day

Tricks to remember: 4 CANCER patients strikes for 20 new SOCIAL JUSTICE and opposed the inclusion of 21 INTERNATIONAL languages as MOTHER LANGUAGE. The govt. decided to cancel the inclusion as per the CENTRAL EXCISE ACT‐24 decision in this regards taken on 25th SUSTAINABLE ENERGY meeting and will be implemented on 28th NATIONAL SCIENCE day

Important Dates of March

March 8: international Women’s Day; Intl. literacy Day

March 15: World Disabled Day; World Consumer Rights Day

March 18: Ordnance Factories Day (India)

March 20: World Sparrow Day

March 21: World Forestry Day

March 22: World Day for Water

March 23: World Meteorological Day

March 24: World TB Day

Tricks to remember:8 INTERNATIONAL LITERATE/WOMEN biological scientists together discovered a new medicine. 15‐(CONSUMER RIGHT) DISABLE PERSONS worked in mines and 18th grade ORDNANCE FACTORY workers. On 20th MAR captain SPARROW and the scientists are on board in a ship, when the ship sailing away 21 nautical miles from a FOREST, a scientist took 22 litres of WATER down the sea. When the water undergoes 23 METROLOGICAL test, a strange kind of chemical element is found that can cure TUBERCULOSIS in 24 days

Important Dates of April

April 5: International Day for Mine Awareness; National Maritime Day

April 7: World Health Day

April 17: World Haemophilia Day

April 18: World Heritage Day

April 21: Secretaries’ Day

April 22: Earth Day

April 23: World Book and Copyright Day

April 25: World Malaria Day

Tricks to remember: (development Disorder)” is the theme of the 5th NATIONAL MARITIME DAY Seminar. 7 WORLD class HEALTH organization elaborated 17 HEMOPHILIA (Genetic Disorders) and took 18 of traditional (HERITAGE)type of lectures to the 21 SECRETARIES attended. About 22% in the EARTH still facing 23 BOOK COPYRIGHT issues to release the seminar books, a statistical report released by 24th PANCHAYATI RAJ on the 25th WORLD MALARIA DAY

Important Dates of May

May 1: Workers’ Day (International Labour Day)

May 3: Press Freedom Day; World Asthma Day

May 2nd Sunday: Mother’s Day

May 4: Coal Miners’ Day

May 8: World Red Cross Day

May 9: World Thalassaemia Day

May 11: National Technology Day

May 12: World Hypertension Day; International Nurses Day

May 15: International Day of the Family

May 17: World Telecommunication Day

May 24: Commonwealth Day

May 31: Anti-tobacco Day

Tricks to remember: One day a 1 WORKER went to 3 PRESS MEDIA along with 4 COAL MINERS to give an interview about the illicit activities of 8 best WORLD RED CROSS societies. This news was widespread in 11 minutes because of the NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY. By seeing this 12 NURSES got HYPERTENSED and they come along against this with 17 TELECOMMUNICATION WORKERS. They said 21 CULTURAL DIVERSITIES and 22 BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITIES or ANTI‐TERRORISM are the main reasons. After that 31 NO TOBACCO use persons gave their opinion too.

Important Dates of June

June 4: International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression

June 5: World Environment Day

June 3rd Sunday: Father’s Day

June 26: International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Tricks to remember: The 1st WORLD MILK day was observed in‐line with 5 ENVIRONMENTAL and 8 OCEAN the MUSIC‐21 in those patients who are all caught by 26 DRUG ABUSE or ILLICIT TRAFFICKING

Important Dates of July

July 1: Doctor’s Day

July 6: World Zoonoses Day

July 11: World Population Day

Tricks to remember:  As per 11th POPULATION census Each 1 DOCTOR will treat 6 ZOONOSIS and 28 HEPATITISpatients based on 17th INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE Law at the 29 TIGER hospital branches.

Important Dates of August

August 1st Sunday: International Friendship Day

August 6: Hiroshima Day

August 8: World Senior Citizen’s Day

August 9: Quit India Day, Nagasaki Day

August 15: Indian Independence Day

August 18: IntI. Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

August 19: Photography Day

August 29: National Sports Day

Tricks to remember: In the year 2014, 8 SENIOR CITIZENS took the pledge for nuclear‐free world on 69th HIROSIMA‐NAGASAKI DAY. They collected 19 PHOTOGRAPHS of the massive disaster which was showcased on 29th NATIONAL SPORTS DAY.

Important Dates of September

September 5: Teachers’ Day ; Sanskrit Day

September 8: World Literacy Day (UNESCO)

September 15: Engineers’ Day

September 16: World Ozone Day

September 21: Alzheimer’s Day; Day for Peace & Non-violence (UN)

September 22: Rose Day (Welfare of cancer patients)

September 26: Day of the Deaf

September 27: World Tourism Day

Tricks to remember: 5 TEACHERS conducted classes for 8 LITERATE people. A question was raised, then the teachers referred 14 HINDI books and found that, there are 15 ENGINEERING facts which are responsible for the 16 OZONE layer Holes.

Important Dates of October

October 1: International Day for the Elderly

October 2: Gandhi Jayanthi

October 3: World Habitat Day

October 4: World Animal Welfare Day

October 8: Indian Air Force Day

October 9: World Post Office Day

October 10: National Post Day

October 2nd Thursday: World Sight Day

October 13: UN International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction

October 14: World Standards Day

October 16: World Food Day

October 24: UN Day; World Development Information Day

October 30: World Thrift Day

Tricks to remember: 1 OLD AGED man and 2 NON VIOLENT boys went to a biological park, there they seen 3 HABITAT of 4 ANIMALS (WELFARE). The boys are jobseekers. Amid the old man said about 8 different AIR FORCErecruitment. Application will be received at 10 NATIONAL POST OFFICES with 9 rupee WORLD POSTAL stamps. The job requires 14 physical STANDARD. To clear the tests the boys worked UN for 24 DAYS

Important Dates of November

November 9: Legal Services Day

November 14: Children’s Day; Diabetes Day

November 17: National Epilepsy Day

November 20: Africa Industrialization Day

November 29: International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People

Tricks to remember:  A total of 9 LEGAL SERVICES were introduced to prevent 14 DIABETES disease on CHILDREN. 17 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS are voluntarily involved as the service providers.

Important Dates of December

December 1: World AIDS Day

December 3: World Day of the Handicapped

December 4: Indian Navy Day

December 7: Indian Armed Forces Flag Day

December 10: Human Rights Day; IntI. Children’s Day of Broadcasting

December 18: Minorities Rights Day (India)

December 23: Kisan Divas (Farmer’s Day) (India)

December 25: Christmas Day

Tricks to remember: A (1) bee HIVe like logo was designed by 3 HANDICAPPED persons, which got 4th INDIAN NAVY prize for best design. The logo was printed in 7 INDIAN ARMED FORCE FLAGS. 10 HUMAN got RIGHTS to use the logo to imprint in the book titled “18 PENSION schemes’’ dedicated to all 23 year old INDIAN FARMERS

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