SSC CGL Syllabus 2021 & Exam PatternTier I, II, III & IV in Detail: SSC will conduct CGL Tier  I Exam from 29th May to 7th June 2021 in online mode. For cracking all the phases of SSC CGL 2021 Exam students must start the preparation with a concrete study plan. The important ingredients for creating a good study plan are the latest exam pattern and detailed syllabus of the respective phase of the exam. So, we have compiled the detailed syllabus of SSC CGL 2021 Exam including Tier – I, Tier – II, Tier – III and Tier – IV with the latest exam pattern which will help you in preparing for the exam in a systematic manner.
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SSC CGL Tier – I, Tier – II, Tier – III and Tier – IV Exam Pattern 2021
The Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam conducted annually by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) consists of four phases, where each phase needs to be cleared depending upon the requirement of different posts. SSC CGL 2021 Exam will be conducted in four tiers, i.e., Tier – I, Tier – II, Tier – III and Tier – IV as shown below in the table:
Tier 
Type of Exam 
Mode of Exam 
Tier – I 
Objective Multiple Choice 
Computer Based (Online) 
Tier – II 
Objective Multiple Choice 
Computer Based (Online) 
Tier – III 
Descriptive Paper in English or Hindi 
Pen and Paper mode (Offline) 
Tier – IV 
Skill Test: Data Entry Speed Test (DEST)/ Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) 
Wherever Applicable (Not necessary for all the post) 
Document Verification 
Applicable for all 
In the past few years, SSC has made some changes in the exam pattern. Students must make note of changes in exam pattern and syllabus before beginning the SSC CGL exam preparation. Below are some important points to take note of:
 Tier –I objective exam will be of 60 minutes duration in online mode.
 Tier –II objective exam will consist of 4 papers, each paper will be of 60 minutes duration in online mode.
 Tier – III descriptive exam will be of 60 minutes duration in pen and paper mode.
 There will be no sectional cutoff.
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SSC CGL 2021 Tier – I, Tier – II, Tier – III and Tier – IV Syllabus
After thoroughly going through the exam pattern of SSC CGL, next step is to understand the detailed syllabus of various phases of the exam. Since the SSC CGL is comprised of 4 different tiers, it is imperative to understand their syllabus independently.
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SSC CGL 2021 Tier  I Complete Syllabus
SSC CGL 2021 TierI exam is an objective exam which will be conducted online. The exam comprises of four sections having 100 questions (25 questions in each section) which will account for a total of 200 marks (maximum 50 marks in each section). The time duration of Tier1 exam will be 60 minutes. The section wise details of the exam are shown in the table given below:
Section 
Questions 
Marks 
Time 
General Intelligence & Reasoning 
25 
50 
60 minutes (Total) 
General Awareness 
25 
50 

Quantitative Aptitude 
25 
50 

English Language and Comprehension 
25 
50 

TOTAL 
100 
200 
Points to remember:
 There is negative marking in SSC CGL 2021 Tier 1 Exam. 0.5 marks will be deducted from every question that is attempted wrong by a candidate in all the sections.
 The exam duration is 80 minutes for candidates who are visually handicapped and suffering from Cerebral Palsy.
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Subjectwise Detailed Syllabus of SSC CGL Tier – I 2021 Exam
The abovementioned syllabus was just a brief of SSC CGL TierI Exam. Students must go through the detailed syllabus of all the sections and frame a study plan which will be helpful to identify and focus on their weakest topics.
General Intelligence and Reasoning 
General Awareness 
Quantitative Aptitude 
English Language & Comprehension 
Classification 
Static General Knowledge (Indian History, Culture, etc.) 
Simplification 
Reading Comprehension 
Analogy 
Science 
Interest 
Fill in the Blanks 
CodingDecoding 
Current Affairs 
Averages 
Spellings 
Puzzle 
Sports 
Percentage 
Phrases and Idioms 
Matrix 
Books and Authors 
Ratio and Proportion 
One word Substitution 
Word Formation 
Important Schemes 
Problem on Ages 
Sentence Correction 
Venn Diagram 
Portfolios 
Speed, Distance and Time 
Error Spotting 
Direction and Distance 
People in News 
Number System 
Synonyms 
Blood Relations 
Computers 
Mensuration 
Antonyms 
Series 
Awards and their importance 
Data Interpretation 
Idioms & Phrases 
Verbal reasoning 
Geography 
Time and Work 

NonVerbal Reasoning 
Economy 
Algebra 

Critical Thinking 
Polity 
Trigonometry 

Emotional & Social Intelligence 
Population Census 
Geometry 
Let’s look at the detailed syllabus of SSC CGL TierI sections onebyone:
General Intelligence & Reasoning: This section tests the candidates’ ability to think and problemsolving skills. The questions asked in this question are mainly the brain teasers and sometimes can be quite tricky to answer. The questions will be of both verbal and nonverbal type out of the following chapters:
General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics 

S. No. 
Topics 
S. No. 
Topics 
1 
Analogies 
21 
Figural Classification 
2 
Similarities and Differences 
22 
Semantic Series 
3 
Space visualization 
23 
Number Series 
4 
Spatial orientation 
24 
Figural Series 
5 
Problem solving & Analysis 
25 
Problem Solving 
6 
Judgment & Decision making 
26 
Word Building 
7 
Visual memory 
27 
Numerical Operations 
8 
Discrimination & observation 
28 
Symbolic Operations 
9 
Relationship concepts 
29 
Embedded Figures 
10 
Arithmetical Reasoning and figural classification 
30 
Space Orientation & Visualization 
11 
Arithmetic Number Series 
31 
Venn Diagrams 
12 
Nonverbal series 
32 
Drawing inferences 
13 
Coding and Decoding 
33 
Punched hole/ pattern–folding & Unfolding 
14 
Statement conclusion 
34 
Figural pattern–folding and completion 
15 
Syllogistic reasoning 
35 
Critical thinking 
16 
Semantic Analogy 
36 
Address matching 
17 
Symbolic/ Number Analogy 
37 
Date & city matching 
18 
Figural Analogy 
38 
Classification of center codes/ roll numbers 
19 
Semantic Classification 
39 
Small & Capital letters/ numbers coding 
20 
Symbolic/Number Classification 
40 
Decoding and classification 
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General Awareness: This section is considered to be one of the high scoring sections of SSC CGL Exam. It aims at testing the candidates’ general awareness of the environment around him/her and its application to society. Questions from current affairs taking place around the world and in India will also be a part of this section. Below are the major topics covered in SSC CGL TierI exam under the General Awareness Section:
 History: Facts about Harappa Civilization; Vedic culture; Name of the Kings who built important ancient Temples and Institutions like Nalanda; Chronology of Medieval India and their important systems; India’s freedom Movement and their leaders.
 Geography: India and its neighboring countries; Famous Seaport and Airport and their location; the important institution of world and India and their locations like BRICS, World Bank, IMF and RBI etc.
 Economy: Terminology of Budget (like National Income, GDP, Fiscal Deficit and many more); Five Year Plan and its importance; Famous persons in economy; Institutions and their importance like RBI, SEBI etc.
 Biology: Important Inventions and their inventor; Important and Interesting facts about human body parts; Nutrition in Animals and Plants; Diseases and their causes like Bacteria; Viruses and Protozoa; Last four chapter of NCERT of Class 12th for environment.
 Polity: Supreme Court; Meaning of Write; Election of President and his functions; Important constitution bodies like CAG; Facts about parliament; Fundamental Duties; Governor and his functions; State legislature; Major Constitutional amendments and their importance; Official Language; Emergency Provisions; National political parties and their symbols.
 Chemistry: Chemical Properties of Substance and their uses; SI units; Chemical Name of Important substances like Plaster of Paris etc.; Chemical Change and Physical Change; Properties of Gases; Surface Chemistry; Chemistry in Everyday life.
 Physics: Important inventions and their inventor; S.I. units; Motion; Sound; light; Wave; Energy; Electricity.
 Computer: Development of computers; Input and output devices; Memory.
 Miscellaneous: Population Census; Important books and their writers; First sports achievement for India and world like first Olympic, first Asian Game etc.; State Animals and Symbols; Awards and their importance; Name of the Scientist who got Noble prize for important discoveries.
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Quantitative Aptitude: This section will test the candidates’ mathematical skills and how good he/she is with numbers. For developing proficiency in this section, candidates are required to develop great command over the general mathematical concepts, methods and their applicability. The questions will be designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate. Below are the major topics covered in SSC CGL TierI exam under the Quantitative Aptitude Section:
Quantitative Aptitude Topics 

S. No. 
Topics 
S. No. 
Topics 
1 
Number System 
20 
Congruence and similarity of triangles 
2 
Fractions and Decimals 
21 
Circle and its chords, tangents 
3 
Percentage 
22 
Angles subtended by chords of a circle 
4 
Ratio & Proportion 
23 
Common tangents to two or more circles 
5 
Square roots 
24 
Triangle 
6 
Averages 
25 
Quadrilaterals 
7 
Interest 
26 
Regular Polygons 
8 
Profit and Loss 
27 
Right Prism 
9 
Discount 
28 
Right Circular Cone 
10 
Partnership Business 
29 
Right Circular Cylinder 
11 
Mixture and Alligation 
30 
Sphere & Hemispheres 
12 
Time and distance 
31 
Rectangular Parallelepiped 
13 
Time & Work 
32 
Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base 
14 
Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds 
33 
Degree and Radian Measures 
15 
Graphs of Linear Equations 
34 
Standard Identities 
16 
Trigonometry 
35 
Complementary Angles 
17 
Bar diagram & Pie chart 
36 
Heights and Distances 
18 
Geometry and Mensuration 
37 
Histogram 
19 
Triangle and its various kinds of centers 
38 
Frequency polygon 
Getting a good score in this section demands indepth knowledge of all the formulas and the pattern of the question asked. Therefore, rigorous practice is required for acing this section. This section is important in both TierI and TierII level of SSC CGL 2021 Exam.
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English Language and Comprehension: This section tests the candidates’ ability to understand correct grammar usage, vocabulary usage and basic comprehension skills. Here is the list of topics covered in English Language and Comprehension Section of SSC CGL TierI Exam:
 Synonyms
 Antonyms
 One Word Substitution
 Sentence Completion
 Spotting Errors
 Sentence improvement
 Idioms & Phrases
 Spelling Test
 Reading comprehension
Normally, questions asked in this section are direct and quite easy. Therefore, candidates can score really well in this section. This section is important in both, TierI and TierII, levels of SSC CGL 2021 Exam.
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SSC CGL TierII Complete Syllabus 2021
SSC CGL 2021 TierII exam is an objective exam which will be conducted online. The exam comprises of four Papers  Quantitative Abilities, English Language and Comprehension, Statistics and General Studies (Finance & Economics). The time duration for each Paper is 2 Hours. The sectionwise details of the exam are shown in the table given below:
Paper 
Subject 
No. of Questions 
Max Marks 
Exam Duration 
I 
Quantitative Abilities 
100 
200 
2 Hours 
II 
English Language and Comprehension 
200 
200 
2 Hours 
III 
Statistics 
100 
200 
2 Hours 
IV 
General Studies (Finance & Economics) 
100 
200 
2 Hours 
Points to remember:
 PaperI and PaperII are compulsory for all posts.
 PaperIII will be for only those candidates who apply for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and who are shortlisted in TierI for this Post/Paper.
 PaperIV will be for only those candidates who are shortlisted in TierI for PaperIV, i.e., for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer.
 There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in PaperII (English Language and Comprehension) and of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer in PaperI, PaperIII and PaperIV.
 Questions in PaperI will be of Matriculation Level, PaperII of 10+2 Level and in PaperIII and PaperIV of Graduation Level.
 The exam duration is 2 hours and 40 minutes for candidates who are visually handicapped.
Subjectwise Detailed Syllabus of SSC CGL Tier – II 2021 Exam
The abovementioned syllabus was just a brief of SSC CGL TierII Exam. Students must go through the detailed syllabus of all the papers and build a proper strategy to score well in the respective subjects.
Quantitative Aptitude 
English Language & Comprehension 
Statistics 
General Studies: Finance and Economics 
Simplification 
Reading Comprehension 
Collection and Representation of Data 
Finance and Accounting 
Interest 
Spelling 
Measure of Dispersion 
Fundamental Principles 
Averages 
Fill in the Blanks 
Measure of Central Tendency 
Financial Accounting 
Percentage 
Phrases and Idioms 
Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis 
Basic Concepts of Accounting 
Ratio and Proportion 
One Word Substitution 
Correlation and Regression 
SelfBalancing Ledger 
Speed, Distance and Time 
Sentence Correction 
Random Variables 
Forms of Market and price determination in different markets 
Number System 
Error Spotting 
Random Variables 
Theory of Production and cost 
Mensuration 
Cloze Test 
Sampling Theory 
Economics and Governance 
Data Interpretation 
Para Jumbles 
Analysis and Variance 
Comptroller and Auditor General of India 
Time and Work 
SynonymsAntonyms 
Time Series Analysis 
Finance Commission 
Algebra 
ActivePassive Voice 
Index Number 
Theory of Demand and Supply 
Trigonometry 
DirectIndirect Speech 

Geometry 

Data Sufficiency 
Let’s look at the detailed syllabus SSC CGL TierII papers onebyone:
Paper – I: Quantitative Abilities
This paper has exactly the same syllabus which was earlier stated for the Quantitative Aptitude Section of SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam. Below are the major topics covered in SSC CGL TierII exam under Paper I  Quantitative Abilities:
Paper1: Quantitative Abilities Topics 

S. No. 
Topics 
S. No. 
Topics 
1 
Number System 
20 
Congruence and similarity of triangles 
2 
Fractions and Decimals 
21 
Circle and its chords, tangents 
3 
Percentage 
22 
Angles subtended by chords of a circle 
4 
Ratio & Proportion 
23 
Common tangents to two or more circles 
5 
Square roots 
24 
Triangle 
6 
Averages 
25 
Quadrilaterals 
7 
Interest 
26 
Regular Polygons 
8 
Profit and Loss 
27 
Right Prism 
9 
Discount 
28 
Right Circular Cone 
10 
Partnership Business 
29 
Right Circular Cylinder 
11 
Mixture and Alligation 
30 
Sphere & Hemispheres 
12 
Time and distance 
31 
Rectangular Parallelepiped 
13 
Time & Work 
32 
Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base 
14 
Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds 
33 
Degree and Radian Measures 
15 
Graphs of Linear Equations 
34 
Standard Identities 
16 
Trigonometry 
35 
Complementary Angles 
17 
Bar diagram & Pie chart 
36 
Heights and Distances 
18 
Geometry and Mensuration 
37 
Histogram 
19 
Triangle and its various kinds of centers 
38 
Frequency polygon 
Paper – II: English Language & Comprehension
Questions in this components will be designed to test the candidate‘s understanding and knowledge of English Language. Here is the list of topics covered in Paper II  English Language and Comprehension Section of SSC CGL TierII Exam:
 Spotting the error
 Fill in the blanks
 Synonyms
 Antonyms
 Spelling/detecting missspelt words
 Idioms & phrases
 One word substitution
 Improvement of sentences
 Active/passive voice of verbs
 Conversion into direct/indirect narration
 Shuffling of sentence parts
 Shuffling of sentences in a passage
 Close passage
 Comprehension passage
Paper – III: Statistics (For Junior Statistical Officer)
PaperIII will be for only those candidates who apply for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and who are shortlisted in TierI for this Post/Paper.
S. No. 
Paper III Statistics Topics 
1 
Collection Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data 
2 
Measures of Central Tendency 
3 
Measures of Dispersion 
4 
Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis 
5 
Correlation and Regression 
6 
Probability Theory 
7 
Random Variable and Probability Distributions 
8 
Sampling Theory 
9 
Statistical Inference 
10 
Analysis of Variance 
11 
Time Series Analysis 
12 
Index Numbers 
Here is the detailed list of topics covered in Statistics PaperIII of SSC CGL TierII Exam:
 Collection Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data: Primary and Secondary data, Methods of data collection; Tabulation of data; Graphs and charts; Frequency distributions; Diagrammatic presentation of frequency distributions.
 Measures of Central Tendency: Common measures of central tendency – mean median and mode; Partition values quartiles, deciles, percentiles.
 Measures of Dispersion: Common measures dispersion – range, quartile deviations, mean deviation and standard deviation; Measures of relative dispersion.
 Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis: Different types of moments and their relationship; the meaning of skewness and kurtosis; different measures of skewness and kurtosis.
 Correlation and Regression: Scatter diagram; simple correlation coefficient; simple regression lines; Spearman‘s rank correlation; Measures of association of attributes; Multiple regression; Multiple and partial correlations (For three variables only).
 Probability Theory: Meaning of probability; Different definitions of probability; Conditional probability; Compound probability; Independent events; Bayes‘ theorem.
 Random Variable and Probability Distributions: Random variable; Probability functions; Expectation and Variance of a random variable; Higher moments of a random variable; Binomial, Poisson, Normal and Exponential distributions; Joint distribution of two random variables (discrete).
 Sampling Theory: Concept of population and sample; Parameter and statistic, Sampling and nonsampling errors; Probability and nonprobability sampling techniques (simple random sampling, stratified sampling, multistage sampling, multiphase sampling, cluster sampling, systematic sampling, purposive sampling, convenience sampling and quota sampling); Sampling distribution (statement only); and Sample size decisions.
 Statistical Inference: Point estimation and interval estimation, Properties of a good estimator, Methods of estimation (Moments method, Maximum likelihood method, Least squares method), Testing of hypothesis, Basic concept of testing, Small sample and large sample tests, Tests based on Z, t, Chisquare and F statistic, Confidence intervals.
 Analysis of Variance: Analysis of oneway classified data and twoway classified data.
 Time Series Analysis: Components of time series, Determinations of trend component by different methods, Measurement of seasonal variation by different methods.
 Index Numbers: Meaning of Index Numbers, Problems in the construction of index numbers, Types of index number, Different formulae, Base shifting and splicing of index numbers, Cost of living Index Numbers, Uses of Index Numbers.
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PaperIV: General StudiesFinance and Economics (Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer)
PaperIV will be for only those candidates who are shortlisted in TierI for PaperIV, i.e., for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer.
Paper 
Subject 
No of Questions 
Max Marks 
Exam Duration 
Part  A 
Finance and Accounts 
100 
80 
2 Hours 
Part  B 
Economics and Governance 
120 
Let’s look in detail the syllabus for PaperIV  General Studies (Finance and Economics):
Part A: Finance and Accounts  (80 marks):
Fundamental principles and basic concept of Accounting:
 Financial Accounting: Nature and scope, Limitations of Financial Accounting, Basic concepts and Conventions, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
 Basic concepts of accounting: Single and double entry, Books of original Entry, Bank Reconciliation, Journal, ledgers, Trial Balance, Rectification of Errors, Manufacturing, Trading, Profit & loss Appropriation Accounts, Balance Sheet Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure, Depreciation Accounting, Valuation of Inventories, Nonprofit organisations Accounts, Receipts and Payments and Income & Expenditure Accounts, Bills of Exchange, Self Balancing Ledgers.
Part B: Economics and Governance  (120 marks)
 Comptroller & Auditor General of India  Constitutional provisions, Role and responsibility
 Finance Commission  Role and functions
 Basic Concept of Economics and introduction to Micro Economics  Definition, scope and nature of Economics, Methods of economic study and Central problems of an economy and Production possibilities curve
 Theory of Demand and Supply  Meaning and determinants of demand, Law of demand and Elasticity of demand, Price, income and cross elasticity; Theory of consumer’s behaviour  Marshallian approach and Indifference curve approach, Meaning and determinants of supply, Law of supply and Elasticity of Supply.
 Theory of Production and cost  Meaning and Factors of production; Laws of production Law of variable proportions and Laws of returns to scale.
 Forms of Market and price determination in different markets  Various forms of markets  Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly ad Price determination in these markets
 Indian Economy –
 Nature of the Indian Economy Role of different sectors  Role of Agriculture, Industry and Servicestheir problems and growth;
 National Income of India  Concepts of national income, Different methods of measuring national income
 Population  Its size, rate of growth and its implication on economic growth
 Poverty and unemployment  Absolute and relative poverty, types, causes and incidence of unemployment
 Infrastructure  Energy, Transportation, Communication
 Economic Reforms in India  Economic reforms since 1991; Liberalisation, Privatisation, Globalisation and Disinvestment
 Money and Banking 
 Monetary/ Fiscal policy  Role and functions of Reserve Bank of India; functions of commercial Banks/ RRB/ Payment Banks
 Budget and Fiscal deficits and Balance of payments
 Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, 2003
 Role of Information Technology in Governance
SSC CGL Tier  III Exam Complete Syllabus 2021
SSC CGL Tier  III Exam is a descriptive paper which will be taken offline via pen and paper mode. In this exam, candidates’ language proficiency, grammar knowledge, vocabulary usage and writing skills will be tested in English/Hindi. Candidates are required to write essays, précis, application, letter, etc. in 60 minutes.
Mode of Examination 
Subject 
Maximum Marks 
Time 
Pen and Paper Mode 
Descriptive Type Paper in English or Hindi (Writing of Essay/ Précis/ Letter/ Application etc.) 
100 
60 Minutes 
Points to remember:
 This exam will be bilingual means, Hindi/ English as per the choice filled by the candidate earlier at times of application filling.
 The questions are based on 10+2 level.
 The exam is qualifying in nature. At least 33% should be scored by the candidate to qualify this particular tier, rest is dependent on cutoffs.
 The exam duration is 80 minutes for candidates who are visually handicapped or suffer from cerebral palsy.
The best way to prepare for this tier is to read lots of articles from various newspapers. Apart from this, you need to be well aware of the pattern of Letter and Application.
SSC CGL Tier  IV Exam Complete Syllabus 2021
The SSC CGL Tier  IV Exam comprises of a couple of skill tests which are required for certain government posts and document verification procedure:
DEST (Data Entry Speed Test):
 Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) at 8,000 (eight thousand) Key Depression per hour on Computer is specifically for the post of Tax Assistants (Central Excise & Income Tax).
 The “Data Entry Speed Test” Skill Test will be conducted for a passage of about 2000 (two thousand) key depressions for a duration of 15 (fifteen) minutes.
 This test will be of qualifying nature and is used to check the typing speed of the candidate.
 DEST will be conducted in the manner decided by the Commission for the purpose.
 Orthopedically Handicapped (OH) candidates opting for the post of Tax Assistant in CBDT are exempted for appearing in Skill Test. OH candidates opting for post of Tax Assistant in CBEC are not exempted from Skill Test.
 Hearing Handicapped (HH) and Visually Handicapped (VH) candidates are not eligible for exemption from the Skill Test. VH candidates will be allowed additional compensatory time of 5 minutes in DEST. Only those VH candidates who opt for scribes in the written examination will be provided passage reader at the time of Skill Test.
CPT (Computer Proficiency Test):
 The Commission will hold CPT, comprising three modules –
 Word Processing,
 Spread Sheet and
 Generation of Slides
 The test will be conducted for the post of
 Assistant Section Officer of Central Secretariat Service (CSS), Assistant Section Officer (MEA), Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines.
 CPT will be of qualifying nature.
 The CPT will be conducted in the manner decided by the Commission for the purpose. No exemption from CPT is allowed for any category of Persons with Disabilities (PwD) candidates.
Document Verification:
The last step to the final selection would be Document Verification. Candidates will have to submit copies of various documents like Matriculation Certificate, educational qualification, caste certificate, relevant document, if any relaxation is taken, etc. Candidates will be required to produce all documents in original for verification at the time of document verification.
After going through the above mentioned detailed syllabus of SSC CGL 2021 Exam, the next step is to create a study plan and start working on it. For instance, start your practice by solving some previous year question papers and analyse your strong & weak points. Regular practice will help in achieving accuracy and high score in the exam.