SSC CGL Notification 2023, Tomorrow there will be new recruitment for thousands of posts in central government departments

SSC CGL Notification 2023
SSC CGL Notification 2023

SSC CGL Notification 2023: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will release the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) 2023 notification tomorrow, April 1.As soon as the notification is released, the process of application will start on the official website of SSC, to the SSC calendar released on Wednesday, the Tier-1 exam (Computer Based Test) of CGL 2023 will be held from July 14, 2023 to July 27, 2023.This examination is conducted for recruitment to Group B and Group C level posts lying vacant in various Ministries, Departments, Organizations of the Government of India.In the recruitment of CGL 2022, 37 thousand posts were recruited.

Recruitment comes out on these posts through SSC CGL. 
In this recruitment, Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Account Officer, Assistant Section Officer, Assistant, Income Tax Inspector, Inspector Central Excise, Inspector Preventive Officer, Inspector Examiner, Assistant Enforcement in various departments of the Central Government. Officer, Sub Inspector (CBI), Inspector (Department of Posts and Central Bureau Office of Narcotics), Assistant / Superintendent, Divisional Accountant, Junior Statistical Officer, Auditor, Senior Secretariat Assistant, Tax Assistant etc.

Age limit: 
The maximum age limit for some posts is fixed at 27, for some posts it is 30 and for some it is 32 years.SC, ST category will be given 5 years relaxation in age limit and OBC will be given three years relaxation. 

9.79 lakh posts are vacant in central government, maximum vacancy in railway, see how many vacancies in which department

: Simple graduation is sought for most of the posts.While for some posts, Maths is compulsory in 12th or in some, graduation degree with statistics subject is sought. 

Exam Pattern
There has been a change in the exam pattern from CGL 2022 recruitment. However, it cannot be said whether the 2022 pattern will continue in CGL 2023 as well.Two stages have been kept in CGL 2022 recruitment, whereas earlier there were three stages (Tier-1, 2 and 3).The number of questions in Mathematics and English has been reduced considerably in the second stage examination.There is no change in the first stage exam.In this, as before, 25-25 questions of General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension i.e. total 100 questions will be asked.Each question will be of two marks i.e. the whole exam will be of 200 marks.