CGLE 2010 Model Question Paper Pattern
CGLE-2010 Exam will be in 3 Tier mode.
- Tier I: Written test (Objective multiple choice). This is a filter examination where the successful candidates are promoted to the second and third examinations.
- Tier II: Written test (Objective multiple choice).
- Tier III: Personality test/interview/skill test (Interviews will be conducted for the jobs having public relations).
These tests are at the degree level that is standard level. Merit list all over India is made and will be in force for one year.
Computer skill test will be conducted of Tax assistants and data entry operators. Candidates should be able to type 8,000 key strokes per hour.
This new procedure is useful for Government, candidates and related ministry also.Â Recruitment process will be completed fast and job can be got soon. The time and training expenditure for these exams will be lowered.
Can be applied online also by paying fees through SBI.
Tier I examination:
Tier I test very crucial one as it is a process of filtration. Commission has decided cut off marks for different categories. Successful candidates are promoted to Tier II and these Tier I marks are included then. So candidates should try for maximum marks possible.
General Intelligence and reasoning:
In this test reasoning abilities of the candidates are examined. Verbal and non verbal questions are asked. Candidates should prepare from the top selling competitive exam books and puzzles which exercise the brain. Sakuntala Deviâ€™s Puzzles to Puzzles you will be of immense use. Analysis, similarities, differences, problem solving, analogies, decision making, visual memory, arithmetic reasoning and number series should be prepared from the syllabus. Should have practice in non-verbal series, coding and decoding.
It is possible to score 50 out of 50 marks with proper preparation and concentration in the examination hall. Try for this.
Awareness on social aspects and its impact on the candidate will be examined in this category. Questions will be based on the contemporary science and technology. India and its neighborsâ€™ history, geography, economic, political and sports questions will be asked. Should prepare for the questions on Indian constitution. NCERT syllabus, newspapers, editorials will be of vast use.
Ability to use numbers correctly is tested in this section. Whole numbers, decimals, fractions, relationships, counting numbers, estimations and computational aspects are questioned. Questions will be based on arithmetic basic formulas. Examination will be in 10+2 standard. High school text books, staff selection commission old question papers will be useful.
Ability of the candidates in usage of English and his writing skills are tested in this section. Wren and Martin grammar book will be of more use. Old question papers give the information of the standard of the questions asked.
The candidates aspiring for Central Government sub inspector jobs should attempt only paper II English comprehension. They should appear compulsorily for Tier III interview andÂ physical examination.
Paper I arithmetic abilities, Paper II English language comprehension should be attempted by all the candidates compulsorily.
For section officer (commercial audit), Inspector grade II, III and compiler jobs, all the three papers should be attempted.
Tier III Exam- Interview:
All the candidates excepting those aspiring for divisional accountants, auditor, accountant, UDC, tax assistant should compulsorily attend this interview. 100 marks are awarded for this.
|Tier I exam|
|This is compulsory for all types of jobs. It is conducted on May 16th. Duration of exam is 2 hours.|
|A||General Intelligence and Reasoning||50||50|
|Tier II exam|
|Paper I, II will be conducted on July 31st and Paper III on August 1st. Duration of each paper is 2 hours.|
|I||Arithmetical Ability: All posts except SI in CPO||100||200|
|II||English Language and Comprehension||200||200|