SSC CGL Admit Card 2019-20 SSC CGL Tier II Exam Date (OUT)

SSC CGL Admit Card 2020: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is all set to conduct its Tier II CGL 2019 Examination for its group “B” and Group “C” posts, which is going to be held tentatively from 2nd to 5th November 2020, and for the same, SSC will release its admit card in the month of October 2020. All the applicants who had qualified successfully in Tier II of SSC CGL must download the SSC CGL Tier-II hall ticket from the official website or from the link which we have given below.

Update: Staff Selection Commission will release its CGL Tier II admit card on their region website, so candidates may download their admit card according to their region from the links given below.

SSC-CGL-Application-form-2019-20

We have given the link below so that you may check the status of your application region wise.

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SSC CGL Tier II exam Date 2020

CGL Tier-II exam date (tentative)2nd November to 5th November 2020
Availability of admit card October 2020
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Note: SSC CGL Computer Based Examination (CBE) Mock Test Link Given Below

How to download the SSC CGL Admit Card?

All the applicant whose application is provisionally accepted by the commission may download their admit card for Tier-II Examination by following the simple steps which we have given below.

SSC CGL Admit Card
  1. First, all candidates click on the link given below on this page according to their region.
  2. On this page, you have to hit the admit card button available on the home
  3. Now you will be redirected to a new page.
  4. Select the required examination to generate the admit card.
  5. If you know your registration number/roll number/candidates name and date of birth
  6. But from the option of candidate’s name and date of birth, you will get to know your registration number.
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  1. Select the required option and proceed
  2. Now your admit card will appear to your screen
  3. Check all the details mentioned in it carefully
  4. If you find any discrepancy in it then must contact the authority. Note: do not multiple download admit card in case of multiple download SSC may block you download the admit card further

Particulars mentioned on CGL Tier-II Admit Card

There are some details which are mentioned in the E-admit card like:

Name of the candidate
Date of birth
Name of the examination
Name of the commission
Registration number
Roll number
Time and date of examination  
Father’s name
Category
Subjects
Duration of examination
Name and place of the examination Centre
And some other guidelines for candidates

How to check the CGL 2019 application status Region-wise for Tier I only?

As the application status is started releasing all candidates who had applied for their respective regions are curious to know whether their application is accepted or not and how should they check it.

  • So below we have given a few steps so that applicant may check their application status once it was released by their region.
  • First, all candidates need to visit the official website by clicking on the link given on this page.
  • After that, click on the “know your status” option on the home page.
CGL 2019 application status
  • After the click, you will be redirected to the new page.
  • You have to select the Application status
CGL 2019 application status Region-wise
  • Now click on the application status and…
  • Select the examination ‘CGL Tier-I 2019”
CGL 2019 application status 2020
  • Now select the option if you know your roll number or not
  • And proceed accordingly by entering the candidate’s name father’s/mother’s name (only first three letters)
  • And the date of birth of the candidates and press Search Status.
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Document required on CGL Tier-II examination day

All candidates on the examination day must carry their E-admit card along with at least two passport size photographs (similar to the one uploaded in the application form) and one original identity proof.

The list of identity proof is given below (bring anyone):

  • Aadhaar card/E-Aadhaar card
  • Driving license
  • Passport
  • Voter ID card
  • PAN card
  • Id card which is issued by the University/College/School
  • Ex-serviceman Discharge book (which is issued by Ministry of Defence)
  • Other Photo identity issued by the Central or state government.
  • And those candidates who are taking the facility of scribe must carry the medical certificate/undertaking and photocopy of the scribe photo id proof.

Note: In case the Photo ID you bring doesn’t have Date of birth in it, then you must carry the additional document with it like high school mark sheet, birth certificate etc.

SSC CGL Tier-II Admit card Link 2019-2020

SSC Region Admit Card Status/LINK Contact Numbers SSC Website Zone wise
SSC (MPR) Madhya Pradesh Region Available Soon 0771-2282678/
0771-2282507
www.sscmpr.org 
SSC (SR) Southern Region Available Soon 044-28251139/
9445195946
www.sscrsr.gov.in 
SSC (CR) Central Region Available Soon 0532-2460511/
9452424060
www.ssc­-cr.org 
SSC (WR) Western Region Available Soon 7738422705/
9869730700
www.sscr.net
SSC (NR) Northern Region Available Soon 011-24363343, 24367526 www.sscnr.net.in 
SSC (KKR) Karnataka Kerala Region Available Soon 080-25502520/ 9483862020 www.ssckkr.kr.nic.in
SSC (ER) Eastern Region Available Soon 9477461228/
9477461229
www.sscer.org
SSC (NWR) North Western Region Available Soon 0172-2744366 / 0172-2749378 www.sscnwr.org
SSC (NER) North Eastern Region Available Soon 9085015252/
9085073593
www.sscner.org.in

SSC CGL 2019 Scheme of Examination

The SSC CGL examination will be held in four tiers:

Tier-I: Computer Based Test
Tier-II: Computer Based Test
Tier-III: Pen and Paper Mode (Descriptive paper)
Tier-IV: Computer Proficiency Test/Data Entry Skill Test/Document Verification.

If the examination of the computer-based test is conducted in multiple shifts than the marks of the students will be normalized, by the commission formula and these normalized scores will be used for final merit and cut-off marks.

 

Subject

Number of Questions

Maximum marks

Tier-II

Paper-I: Quantities abilities

100

200

Paper-II: English Language & Comprehension

200

200

Paper-III: Statistics

100

200

Paper-IV: General Studies 

100

200

                       Duration of Examination: 60 Minutes (20 minutes extra for scribe user)

The duration of examination Tier II is 120 minutes for each paper and…

Question will be of Objective type

There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks in paper II and 0.50 marks will be deducted in Paper I, paper-II, and Paper IV

Also Check: SSC CGL Cut off marks 2020

The important point for SSC CGL Tier-II

  • All candidates must download their E-admit card from the official website.
  • Do check all the details mention in it carefully.
  • Candidates must reach to the Examination Centre at least half an hour before the examination.
  • If any candidates came late, then he/she will not be permitted inside the examination centre.
  • Do not carry any study material, electronic gadgets devices, pen, etc. inside the examination hall.
  • Must carry passport size photograph and one photo ID in the original.
  • Do follow all the instructions given by the invigilator.
  • Do not try to indulge in any unfair means activity which could lead to rejection of the candidate’s candidature.

Click here for Mock test link for CGL CBE

Syllabus for SSC CGL Tier-I and Tier-II examination

Candidates who are going to appear in the Tier-I examination need to cover their topics which we have given below:

General Intelligence & Reasoning: in this section, you have to deal with question-based on analogies, similarities and differences, problem-solving, analysis, decision making, discrimination, observation, arithmetical concepts, arithmetic number series, verbal and non-verbal series, Analogy, symbolic, figural analogy, Venn-Diagrams, Critical thinking and other, etc.

General Awareness: This section will test the candidate’s general awareness knowledge. Question will be based on the latest event in sports political, personality, obituaries, science and other. It also includes question-based on history, geography, culture, economic scene, etc.

Quantitative Aptitude: this is the most important section of the Tier-I examination. it will cover the topics from percentage, ratio and proportion, mensuration, speed distance and time, average, profit loss and discount, time and work, mixture allegation, some common question based on algebra, linear equations, height and distance, pie chart and other.

English: This section will test the candidate’s English grammar. The question in this section will be based on the passage, error detection, fillers, antonyms and synonyms, active-passive and one-word substitution, etc.

For Tier II following topics will applicants have to covered

Paper I Quantitative aptitude: this test will be design as so that candidate’s ability of number use and its sense could be tested. In this whole number, decimals, number relations, fractions, percentage, ratio & proportion, averages, P&L, square roots, discount, partnership, Time and distance, allegation and mixture, Basic algebra and other will be asked.

Paper II (English language & Comprehension): this test will be designed as to test candidate’s knowledge of English language by spotting the error, fillers, antonym, synonym, idioms, one word substitution, sentence shuffle, passage, cloze test and others.

Paper III (Statistics): following topics will be covered in this test

  • Collection, classification & presentation of statistical data
  • Measurement of central tendency and depression
  • Moments, skewness & kurtosis
  • Correlation & regression
  • Probability theory
  • Random variable & probability distribution
  • Sampling theory
  • Statistical inference
  • Analysis variance
  • Time series analysis
  • Index number

Paper IV (General Studies finance and Economics)

  • Fundamental principle and some basic concept of accounting
  • Indian Economy
  • Banking and money
  • Economics reforms of India
  • Information technology role in governance

Also Check: SSC CGL Result 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

When will the Staff Selection Commission release the SSC admit card for CGL 2019 Tier-II examination?

E-admit card for Tier-II will release 6 to 7 days before the examination.

How to download the SSC CGL Tier-II e-admit card?

You may download it from the official website of the region applied or from the link given on this page.

Will the commission send any hard copy of their SSC CGL Tier-II Admit card?

No, the commission will not send any hard copy.

I forgot my registration number. How could I recover it?

While downloading the E-admit card there will be an option to get your registration number. For that, you need to enter your name and date of birth.

What are the documents required to carry along with the e-admit card?

One original photo identity proof and two passport size photographs.

Is there any negative marking in the Tier-II examination?

Yes, there 0.25 marks will be deducted in paper II and 0.50 marks will be deducted in Paper I, paper-II, and Paper IV

I am not able to download my E-admit card, what should I do now?

Regarding this, you must contact the SSC authority (on the given numbers on this page) and mention the error you receive while doing the same.

Is there any facility of change in examination Centre?

No, once the Examination centre is allotted to any candidates will not be changed on any grounds.

There is some error in my admit card, what should I do now?

You must contact the SSC concerned department.

If you have any questions related to SSC CGL admit card tier-II 2020, then comment below. Our team will assist you in downloading your hall ticket.

2 thoughts on “SSC CGL Admit Card 2019-20 SSC CGL Tier II Exam Date (OUT)”

  1. Sir,
    I have mistakenly opted for scribe in cgl application. I have noticed that while I downloaded the admit card. What will I do? Can I write exam without scribe?

    Reply

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