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Hiring managers rarely have the time or resources to look at each résumé closely, and they typically spend about six seconds on their initial fit/no fit decision. If you want to pass that test, you need to have some solid qualifications — and the perfect resume to highlight them.

Here are 34 things you should strike from your resume right now.

1. An objective

If you applied, it’s already obvious you want the job.

If you’re in a unique situation, such as changing industries completely, it may be useful to include a brief summary.

2. Irrelevant work experiences

Yes, you might have been the “king of making milkshakes” at the restaurant you worked for in high school. But unless you are planning on redeeming that title, it is time to get rid of all that clutter.

But as Alyssa Gelbard, career expert and founder of career-consulting firm Resume Strategists points out: Past work experience that might not appear to be directly relevant to the job at hand might show another dimension, depth, ability, or skill that actually is relevant or applicable.

Only include this experience if it really showcases additional skills that can translate to the position you’re applying for.

3. Personal details

Don’t include your marital status, religious preference, or Social Security number.

This might have been the standard in the past, but all this information could lead to discrimination, which is illegal, so there’s no need to include it.

4. Your full mailing address

A full street address is the first thing Amanda Augustine, a career-advice expert for TopResume, looks for to immediately cut from a résumé.

“Nobody needs to have that on their résumé anymore, and, to be quite honest, it’s a security concern,” she tells Business Insider.

5. More than one phone number

Augustine suggests including only one phone number on your résumé, and that number should really be your cellphone, so that you can control who answers your incoming phone calls, when, and what the voice mail sounds like.

6. Your hobbies

In many cases, nobody cares. If it’s not relevant to the job you’re applying for, it’s a waste of space and a waste of the company’s time.

“Also, you don’t want employers trying to contact you in five different places, because then you have to keep track of that,” she says.

7. Blatant lies

A CareerBuilder survey asked 2,000 hiring managers for memorable resume mistakes, and blatant lies were a popular choice. One candidate claimed to be the former CEO of the company to which he was applying, another claimed to be a Nobel Prize winner, and one more claimed he attended a college that didn’t exist.

Rosemary Haefner, chief human-resources officer at CareerBuilder, says these lies may be “misguided attempts to compensate for lacking 10o% of the qualifications specified in the job posting.”

But Haefner says candidates should concentrate on the skills they can offer, rather than the skills they can’t offer.

“Hiring managers are more forgiving than job seekers may think,” Haefner explains. “About 42% of employers surveyed said they would consider a candidate who met only three out of five key qualifications for a specific role.”

8. Too much text

When you use a 0.5-inch margin and eight-point font in an effort to get everything to fit on one page, this is an “epic fail,” says J.T. O’Donnell, a career and workplace expert, founder of career-advice site Careerealism.com, and author of “Careerealism: The Smart Approach to a Satisfying Career.”

She recommends lots of white space and no more than a 0.8 margin.

Augustine agrees, warning particularly against dense blocks of text.

“Let’s be honest: You’re looking this over quickly, you’re glancing through it, your eyes glaze over when you get to a big, long paragraph,” she says.

9. Too many bullets

In the same vein, you can also overload your résumé with too many bullet points, which Augustine calls “death by bullets.”

“If absolutely everything is bulleted, it has the same effect as big dense blocks of text — your eyes just glaze over it,” she says.

Augustine explains that bullets are only to be used to draw attention to the most important information. “If you bullet everything, everything is important, which means really nothing stands out,” she says.

10. Time off

If you took time off to travel or raise a family, Gelbard doesn’t recommend including that information on your résumé. “In some countries, it is acceptable to include this information, especially travel, but it is not appropriate to include that in the body of a résumé in the US.”

11. Details that give away your age

If you don’t want to be discriminated against for a position because of your age, it’s time to remove your graduation date, says Catherine Jewell, author of “New Résumé, New Career.”

Another surprising way your résumé could give away your age: double spaces after a period.

12. References

If your employers want to speak to your references, they’ll ask you. Also, it’s better if you have a chance to tell your references ahead of time that a future employer might be calling.

If you write “references upon request” at the bottom of your résumé, you’re merely wasting a valuable line, career coach Eli Amdur says.

13. Inconsistent formatting

The format of your résumé is just as important as its content, Augustine says.

She says the best format is the format that will make it easiest for the hiring manager to scan your résumé and still be able to pick out your key qualifications and career goals.

Once you pick a format, stick with it. If you write the day, month, and year for one date, then use that same format throughout the rest of the résumé.

14. Personal pronouns

Your résumé shouldn’t include the words “I,” “me,” “she,” or “my,” says Tina Nicolai, executive career coach and founder of Resume Writers’ Ink.

“Don’t write your résumé in the third or first person. It’s understood that everything on your résumé is about you and your experiences.”

15. Present tense for a past job

Never describe past work experience using the present tense. Only your current job should be written in the present tense, Gelbard says.

16. A less-than-professional email address

If you still use an old email address, like BeerLover123@gmail.com or CuteChick4life@yahoo.com, it’s time to pick a new one.

It only takes a minute or two, and it’s free.

17. Any unnecessary, obvious words

Amdur says there is no reason to put the word “phone” in front of the actual number.

“It’s pretty silly. They know it’s your phone number.” The same rule applies to email.

18. Your current business-contact info

Amdur writes at NorthJersey.com:

“This is not only dangerous; it’s stupid. Do you really want employers calling you at work? How are you going to handle that? Oh, and by the way, your current employer can monitor your emails and phone calls. So if you’re not in the mood to get fired, or potentially charged with theft of services (really), then leave the business info off.”

19. Headers, footers, tables, images, charts

These fancy embeddings will have hiring managers thinking, “Could you not?”

While a well-formatted header and footer may look professional, and some cool tables, images, or charts may boost your credibility, they also confuse the applicant-tracking systems that companies use nowadays, Augustine tells Business Insider.

The system will react by scrambling up your résumé and spitting out a poorly formatted one that may no longer include your header or charts. Even if you were an ideal candidate for the position, now the hiring manager has no way to contact you for an interview.

20. Your boss’ name

Don’t include your boss’ name on your résumé unless you’re OK with your potential employer contacting him or her. Even then, Gelbard says the only reason your boss’ name should be on your résumé is if the person is someone noteworthy, and if it would be really impressive.

21. Company-specific jargon

“Companies often have their own internal names for things like customized software, technologies, and processes that are only known within that organization and not by those who work outside of it,” Gelbard says. “Be sure to exclude terms on your résumé that are known only to one specific organization.”

22. Social-media URLs that are not related to the targeted position

Links to your opinionated blogs, Pinterest page, or Instagram account have no business taking up prime résumé real estate. “Candidates who tend to think their personal social media sites are valuable are putting themselves at risk of landing in the ‘no’ pile,” Nicolai says.

“But you should list relevant URLs, such as your LinkedIn page or any others that are professional and directly related to the position you are trying to acquire,” she says.

23. More than 15 years of experience

When you start including jobs from before 2000, you start to lose the hiring manager’s interest.

Your most relevant experience should be from the past 15 years, so hiring managers only need to see that, Augustine says.

On the same note, never include dates on education and certifications that are older than 15 years.

24. Salary information

“Some people include past hourly rates for jobs they held in college,” Nicolai says. This information is unnecessary and may send the wrong message.

Amy Hoover, president of Talent Zoo, says you also shouldn’t address your desired salary in a résumé. “This document is intended to showcase your professional experience and skills. Salary comes later in the interview process.”

25. Outdated fonts

“Don’t use Times New Roman and serif fonts, as they’re outdated and old-fashioned,” Hoover says. “Use a standard, sans-serif font like Arial.”

Also, be aware of the font size, she says. Your goal should be to make it look nice and sleek — but also easy to read.

26. Fancy fonts

Curly-tailed fonts are also a turn-off, according to O’Donnell. “People try to make their résumé look classier with a fancy font, but studies show they are harder to read and the recruiter absorbs less about you.”

27. Annoying buzzwords

CareerBuilder asked 2,201 US hiring managers: “What résumé terms are the biggest turnoffs?” They cited words and phrases such as, “best of breed,” “go-getter,” “think outside the box,” “synergy,” and “people pleaser.”

Terms employers do like to see on résumés include: “achieved,” “managed,” “resolved,” and “launched” — but only if they’re used in moderation.

28. Reasons you left a company or position

Candidates often think, “If I explain why I left the position on my résumé, maybe my chances will improve.”

“Wrong,” Nicolai says. “Listing why you left is irrelevant on your résumé. It’s not the time or place to bring up transitions from one company to the next.”

Use your interview to address this.

29. Your GPA

Once you’re out of school, your grades aren’t so relevant.

If you’re a new college graduate and your GPA was a 3.8 or higher — it’s OK to leave it. But, if you’re more than three years out of school, or if your GPA was lower than a 3.8, ditch it.

30. A photo of yourself

This may become the norm at some point in the future, but it’s just weird — and tacky and distracting — to include a photo with your résumé for now.

31. An explanation of why you want the job

That’s what the cover letter and interviews are for!

Your résumé is not the place to start explaining why you’d be a great fit or why you want the job. Your skills and qualifications should be able to do that for you — and if they don’t, then your résumé is either in bad shape, or this isn’t the right job for you.

32. Opinions, not facts

Don’t try to sell yourself by using all sorts of subjective words to describe yourself, O’Donnell says. “I’m an excellent communicator” or “highly organized and motivated” are opinions of yourself and not necessarily the truth. “Recruiters want facts only. They’ll decide if you are those things after they meet you,” she says.

33. Generic explanations of accomplishments

Don’t just say you accomplished X, Y, or Z — show it by quantifying the facts.

For instance, instead of, “Grew revenues” try, “X project resulted in an Y% increase in revenues.”

34. Short-term employment

Avoid including a job on your résumé if you only held the position for a short period of time, Gelbard says. You should especially avoid including jobs you were let go from or didn’t like.

Here is the rundown of 2017 Padma grant victors. The rundown contains 7 Padma Vibhushan, 7 Padma Bhushan and 75 Padma Shri Awardees. 19 of the awardees are ladies and the rundown likewise incorporates 5 people from the classification of outsiders, NRIs, PIOs and 6 Posthumous awardees.
This year, Sakshi Malik, Virat Kohli were awarded with Padma Shri, while Sharad Pawar, Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi won the Padma Bhusan award

PADMA VIBHUSHAN

Awardee Field
Shri K J Yesudas Art-Music
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev Others-Spiritualism
Shri Sharad Pawar Public Affairs
Shri Murli Manohar Joshi Public Affairs
Prof. Udipi Ramachandra Rao Science & Engineering
Late Shri Sunder Lal Patwa (Posthumous) Public Affairs
Late Shri PA Sangma (Posthumous) Public Affairs

PADMA BHUSHAN

Awardee Field
Shri Vishwa Mohan Bhatt Art-Music
Prof. (Dr.) Devi Prasad Dwivedi Literature & Education
Shri Tehemton Udwadia Medicine
Shri Ratna Sundar Maharaj Others-Spiritualism
Swami Niranjana Nanda Saraswati Yoga
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (Foreigner) Literature & Education
Late Shri Cho Ramaswamy (Posthumous) Literature & Education – Journalism

 

PADMA SHRI

Awardee field
Smt. Basanti Bisht Art-Music
Shri Chemanchery Kunhiraman Nair Art-Dance
Smt. Aruna Mohanty Art-Dance
Smt. Bharathi Vishnuvardhan Art-Cinema
Shri Sadhu Meher Art-Cinema
Shri T K Murthy Art-Music
Shri Laishram Birendrakumar Singh Art-Music
Shri Krishna Ram Chaudhary Art-Music
Smt. Baoa Devi Art-Painting
Shri Tilak Gitai Art-Painting
Dr. Prof. Aekka Yadagiri Rao Art-Sculpture
Shri Jitendra Haripal Art-Music
Shri Kailash Kher Art-Music
Smt. Parassala B Ponnammal

Art-Music

Smt. Sukri Bommagowda Art-Music
Shri Mukund Nayak Art-Music
Shri Purushottam Upadhyay Art-Music
Smt. Anuradha Paudwal Art-Music
Shri Wareppa Naba Nil Art-Theatre
Shri Tripuraneni Hanuman Chowdary Civil Service
Shri T.K. Viswanathan Civil Service
Shri Kanwal Sibal Civil Service
Shri Birkha Bahadur Limboo Muringla Literature & Education
Smt. Eli Ahmed Literature & Education
Dr. Narendra Kohli Literature & Education
Prof. G. Venkatasubbiah Literature & Education
Shri Akkitham Achyuthan Namboothiri Literature & Education
Shri Kashi Nath Pandita Literature & Education
Shri Chamu Krishna Shastry Literature & Education
Shri Harihar Kripalu Tripathi Literature & Education
Shri Michel Danino Literature & Education
Shri Punam Suri Literature & Education
Shri VG Patel Literature & Education
Smt. V Koteswaramma Literature & Education
Shri Balbir Dutt Literature & Education Journalism
Smt. Bhawana Somaaya Literature & Education Journalism
Shri Vishnu Pandya Literature & Education Journalism
Dr. Subroto Das Medicine
Dr. (Smt.) Bhakti Yadav Medicine
Dr. Mohammed Abdul Waheed Medicine
Dr. Madan Madhav Godbole Medicine
Dr. Devendra Dayabhai Patel Medicine
Prof. Harkishan Singh Medicine
Dr. Mukut Minz Medicine Medicine
Shri Arun Kumar Sharma Others-Archaeology
Shri Sanjeev Kapoor Others-Culinary
Smt. Meenakshi Amma Others-Martial Art
Shri Genabhai Dargabhai Patel Others-Agriculture
Shri Chandrakant Pithawa Science & Engineering
Prof. Ajoy Kumar Ray Science & Engineering
Shri Chintakindi Mallesham Science & Engineering
Shri Jitendra Nath Goswami Science & Engineering
Shri Daripalli Ramaiah Social Work
Shri Girish Bhardwaj Social Work
Shri Karimul Hak Social Work
Shri Bipin Ganatra Social Work
Smt. Nivedita Raghunath Bhide Social Work
Shri Appasaheb Dharmadhikari Social Work
Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal Social Work
Shri Virat Kohli Sports-Cricket
Shri Shekar Naik Sports-Cricket
Shri Vikasa Gowda Sports-Discus Throw
Smt. Deepa Malik Sports-Athletics
Shri Mariyappan Thangavelu Sports-Athletics
Smt. Dipa Karmakar Sports-Gymnastics
Shri P R Shreejesh Sports-Hockey
Smt. Sakshi Malik Sports-Wrestling
Shri Mohan Reddy Venkatrama Bodanapu Trade & Industry
Shri Imrat Khan (NRI/PIO) Art-Music
Shri Anant Agarwal (NRI/PIO) Literature & Education
Shri H.R. Shah (NRI/PIO) Literature & EducationJournalism
Late (Smt.) Suniti Solomon (Posthumous) Medicine
Shri Asoke Kumar Bhattacharyya (Posthumous) Others-Archaeology
Dr. Mapuskar (Posthumous) Social Work
Smt. Anuradha Koirala (Foreigner) Social Work

Real story of American Dollar v/s Indian Rupee 
(Very Interesting Article MUST SHARE)
An Advice to all who are worrying about fall of Indian Rupee

Throughout the country please stop using cars except for emergency for only seven days (Just 7 days)
Definitely Dollar rate will come down. This is true. The value to dollar is given by petrol only.This is called Derivative Trading. America has stopped valuing its Dollar with Gold 70 years ago.

Americans understood that Petrol is equally valuable as Gold so they made Agreement with all the Middle East countries to sell petrol in Dollars only. That is why Americans print their Dollar as legal tender for debts. This mean if you don’t like their American Dollar and go to their Governor and ask for repayment in form of Gold,as in India they won’t give you Gold.

You observe Indian Rupee, ” I promise to pay the bearer…” is clearly printed along with the signature of Reserve Bank Governor. This mean, if you don’t like Indian Rupee and ask for repayment,Reserve Bank of India will pay you back an equal value of gold.(Actually there may be minor differences in the Transaction dealing rules, but for easy comprehension I am explaining this)

Let us see an example. Indian petroleum minister goes to Middle East country to purchase petrol, the Middle East petrol bunk people will say that liter petrol is one Dollar.
But Indians won’t have dollars. They have Indian Rupees. So what to do now? So That Indian Minister will ask America to give Dollars. American Federal Reserve will take a white paper , print Dollars on it and give it to the Indian Minister. Like this we get dollars , pay it to petrol bunks and buy petrol.

But there is a fraud here. If you change your mind and want to give back the Dollars to America we can’t demand them to pay Gold in return for the Dollars. They will say ” Have we promised to return something back to you? Haven’t you checked the Dollar ? We clearly printed on the Dollar that it is Debt”
So, Americans don’t need any Gold with them to print Dollars. They will print Dollars on white papers as they like.

But what will Americans give to the Middle East countries for selling petrol in Dollars only?

Middle East kings pay rent to America for protecting their kings and heirs. Similarly they are still paying back the Debt to America for constructing Roads and Buildings in their countries. This is the value of American Dollar. That is why Many say some day the Dollar will be destroyed.

At present the problem of India is the result of buying those American Dollars. American white papers are equal to Indian Gold. So if we reduce the consumption of petrol and cars, Dollar will come down

The Above Details are translated originally from Telugu Language to English by Radhika Gr.
Kindly share this and make everyone aware of the facts of American Dollar V/s Indian Rupee.

And here is a small thing other than petrol , what we can do to our Indian Rupee

YOU CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE TO THE INDIAN ECONOMY BY FOLLOWING FEW SIMPLE STEPS:-

Please spare a couple of minutes here for the sake of India.
Here’s a small example:-

At 2008 August month 1 US $ = INR Rs 39.40
At 2013 August now 1 $ = INR Rs 62

Do you think US Economy is booming? No, but Indian Economy is Going Down.

Our economy is in your hands.INDIAN economy is in a crisis. Our country like many other ASIAN countries, is undergoing a severe economic crunch. Many INDIAN industries are closing down. The INDIAN economy is in a crisis and if we do not take proper steps to control those, we will be in a critical situation. More than 30,000 crore rupees of foreign exchange are being siphoned out of our country on products such as cosmetics, snacks, tea, beverages, etc. which are grown, produced and consumed here.

A cold drink that costs only 70 / 80 paise to produce, is sold for Rs.9 and a major chunk of profits from these are sent abroad. This is a serious drain on INDIAN economy. We have nothing against Multinational companies, but to protect our own interest we request everybody to use INDIAN products only at least for the next two years. With the rise in petrol prices, if we do not do this, the Rupee will devalue further and we will end up paying much more for the same products in the near future.

What you can do about it?
Buy only products manufactured by WHOLLY INDIAN COMPANIES.Each individual should become a leader for this awareness. This is the only way to save our country from severe economic crisis. You don’t need to give-up your lifestyle. You just need to choose an alternate product.

Daily products which are COLD DRINKS,BATHING SOAP ,TOOTH PASTE,TOOTH BRUSH ,SHAVING CREAM,BLADE, TALCUM POWDER ,MILK POWDER ,SHAMPOO , Food Items etc. all you need to do is buy Indian Goods and Make sure Indian rupee is not crossing outside India.

Every INDIAN product you buy makes a big difference. It saves INDIA. Let us take a firm decision today.

we are not anti-multinational. we are trying to save our nation. every day is a struggle for a real freedom. we achieved our independence after losing many lives.
they died painfully to ensure that we live peacefully. the current trend is very threatening.

multinationals call it globalization of indian economy. for indians like you and me, it is re-colonization of india. the colonist’s left india then. but this time, they will make sure they don’t make any mistakes.

russia, s.korea, mexico – the list is very long!! let us learn from their experience and from our history. let us do the duty of every true indian. finally, it’s obvious that you can’t give up all of the items mentioned above. so give up at least one item for the sake of our country!

We would be sending useless forwards to our friends daily. Instead, please forward this to all your friends to create awareness.

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This is one of the SADDEST stories ever told in Hollywood. His name is Sylvestar Stallone. One of the BIGGEST and Most famous American Movie superstars. Back inthe day,Stallone was a
struggling actor in every definition. At some point,he got so broke that he stole his wife’s jewellery and sold it. Things got so bad that he even ended up homeless. Yes,he slept at the New York bus station for 3 days. Unable to pay rent or afford food. His lowest point came when he tried to sell his dog at the liquor store to any
stranger. He didnt have money to feed the dog anymore. He sold it at $25 only. He says he walked away crying.

Two weeks later,he saw a boxing match between Mohammed Ali and Chuck Wepner and that match gave him the inspiration to write the script for the famous movie,ROCKY. He wrote the
script for 20 hours! He tried to sell it and got an offer for $125,000 for the script. But he had just ONE REQUEST. He wanted to STAR in
the movie. He wanted to be the MAIN ACTOR. Rocky himself. But the studio said NO. They wanted a REAL STAR.

They said he “Looked funny and talked funny”. He left with his script. Afew weeks later,the studio offered him $250,000 for the script. He refused. They even offered $350,000. He still refused. They wanted his movie. But NOT him. He said NO. He had to be
IN THAT MOVIE.

After a while,the studio agreed,gave him $35,000 for the script and let him star in it! The rest is history! The movie won Best Picture,Best Directing and Best Film Editing at the prestigious
Oscar Awards. He was even nominated for BEST ACTOR! The Movie ROCKY was even inducted into the American National Film Registry as one of the greatest movies ever!

And do You know the first thing he bought with the $35,000? THE DOG HE SOLD. Yes,Stallone LOVED HIS DOG SO MUCH that he stood at the liquor store for 3 days waiting for the man he sold
his dog to. And on the 3rd day,he saw the man coming with the dog. Stallone explained why he sold the dog and begged for the dog back. The man refused. Stallone offered him $100. The
man refused. He offered him $500. And the guy refused. Yes,he refused even $1000. And,Believe it or Not,Stallone had to pay $15,000 for the same,same dog he sold at $25 only! And he
finally got his dog back!

And today,the same Stallone who slept in the streets and sold his dog JUST BECAUSE he couldnt even feed it anymore,is one of the GREATEST Movie Stars who ever walked the Earth!

Being broke is BAD. Really BAD. Have You ever had a dream? A wonderful dream? But You are too broke to implement it? Too tiny to do it? Too small to accomplish it? Damn! I’ve been there too many times!

Life is tough. Opportunities will pass you by,just because you are a
NOBODY. People will want your products but NOT YOU. Its a tough
world. If you aint already famous,or rich or “connected”,You will find it rough.
Doors will be shut on You. People will steal your glory and crash your hopes.You will push and push. And yet NOTHING WILL HAPPEN.

And then your hopes will be crashed.You will be broke. Damn broke. You will do odd jobs for survival. You will be unable to feed yourself. And Yes,you may end up sleeping in the streets.
It happens. Yes,it does.

BUT NEVER LET THEM CRUSH THAT DREAM. Whatever happens to
You,Keep Dreaming. Even when they crush your hopes,Keep Dreaming. Even when they turn you away,Keep Dreaming.
Even when they shut you down,Keep Dreaming.

NO ONE KNOWS WHAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF EXCEPT YOURSELF! People will judge You by HOW you look. And by WHAT You have.
But please,Fight on! Fight for Your place in history. Fight for your glory. NEVER EVER GIVE UP!

Even if it means selling all your clothes and sleeping with the dogs,ITS OKAY! But AS LONG AS YOU ARE STILL ALIVE,Your STORY IS NOT OVER. TRUST ME.

Keep Up the Fight. Keep your dreams and hope alive. Go gerrit.

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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Combined Graduate Level Examinations 2014 exams were to begin from April 27, 2014 however they have been postponed due to clashes with the General Elections. Take a look at the paper pattern for the SSC CGL 2014 exams.

SSC Combined Graduate Level exam 2014: Paper Pattern

The Examination will be conducted in three tiers as indicated below:
Tier – I — Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type)
Tier – II — Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type)
Tier – III — Personality Test cum Interview/Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test (wherever applicable)/Document Verification

Paper Pattern

Tier I
The Tier I written examination consists of objective type multiple choice questions for a total of 200 marks. Negative marking is applicable with 0.25 marks deducted for each incorrect answer. The exam is to be completed in 2 hours and is divided into four sections:
1. General Intelligence and Reasoning – 50 marks
2. General Awareness – 50 marks
3. Quantitative Aptitude – 50 marks
4. English Comprehension – 50 marks
Total Marks – 200

Tier II

The Tier II written exam is based on which post you have applied for. The written exam is divided broadly into two categories:
1. Posts for which Interview is prescribed other than Statistical Investigator Grade-II and Posts for which no Interview is prescribed, other than Compiler.  Written exam will consist of two Papers: Quantitative Abilities: 200 marks (100 Questions) and English Language Comprehension: 200 marks.
2. Statistical Investigator Grade-II and Compiler
Written exam will consist of three Papers: Quantitative Abilities: 200 marks (100 Questions) English Language Comprehension: 200 marks and Paper-III Statistics
200 marks

Only the candidates clearing the Tier I exam will be eligible for the Tier II exam. The qualifying marks for the Tier I exam will be decided by the Commission after the Tier I exam at their discretion. The qualifying marks will be set based on the category-wise vacancies and the number of candidates. Although the Tier I exam is used as a qualifying exam for Tier II examination, the Tier I marks will be considered for final selection.

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued the notification regarding All India Examination for Recruitment to the Post of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police & Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assistant Sub-Inspectors in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) for the current year 2014.

SSC to conduct All India Examination for Delhi Police Central Armed Police Forces recruitment.

Company: 
Delhi Police & Central Armed Police Forces

Vacancies: 2892
Central Reserved Police Force    2197
Central Industrial Security Force    564
Delhi Police    131

Eligibility 
Candidates should be a Graduate at least and should have valid driving licence
Those applicants should be minimum 20 years and & maximum 25 years old

Selection procedure:

Written examination is conducted for two papers in two separate days separated by three months. Each paper is of 200 marks with duration of two hours. Selected candidates will be called for medical test followed by physical fitness and interview conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC).

How to apply

Off-line Mode of Application

For filling the offline application, download the application format and send the duly filled application with fees, to the concerned Regional Office/Sub Regional Offices of the Commission

Submit application fee by means of “Central Recruitment Fee Stamps (CRFS)”only.

Applicants have to paste their latest photograph

On-line Mode of Application

Visit the official website of SSC to apply online

The online application contains two parts Part-I Registration and Part-II Registration. The last date of filling the both parts is different.

Upload scanned signature and photograph of specified dimensions in JPG format

Submit the requisite application fees through Challan form of the State Bank of India or through SBI net banking.

The women candidates candidates belonging to Scheduled tribe, Scheduled caste, physically handicapped and ex-serviceman categories along with the female candidates are exempted from submitting the application fee.

Important dates:

Last Date for receipt of application form                : 11th April, 2014
Last date for receipt of the abroad application forms: 18th April, 2014
Online Mode :
Last Date for Registration of Part 1  : 9th April, 2014
Last Date for Registration of Part 2  : 11th April, 2014

Written examination Paper 1: June 22, 2014
Written examination Paper 2: September 21, 2014

Official application link:

http://ssconline.nic.in.

http://ssconline2.gov.in

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