# SSC CHSL Syllabus 2019

Monday 08 October 2018

SSC CHSL Syllabus 2019

Every year approx. 15-20 lakh students appear for SSC CHSL which is conducted for recruitment to Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant or Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant.

The students who are preparing for this exam should prepare themselves according to the latest syllabus of SSC CHSL. The exam of SSC CHSL is conducted in three tiers i.e. Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3.

The Tier 1 for SSC is expected to be held in the month of April 2019. The Syllabus of SSC CHSL is based on Intermediate or  12th curriculum of popular boards of the country such as CBSE, ICSE etc. The syllabus for all three tiers of CHSL is given below.

SSC CHSL TIER1 Syllabus

The Tier 1 Syllabus is Consist of these topics given below in the table.

Subject

Syllabus

### General Intelligence and Reasoning

• Logical Reasoning
• Alphanumeric Series
• Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test
• Data Sufficiency
• Coded Inequalities
• Seating Arrangement
• Puzzle,Tabulation
• Syllogism
• Blood Relations
• Input Output
• Coding Decoding

### General Awareness

• History, Culture
• Geography
• Economics
• General Policy
• Scientific Research
• Awards and Honors
• Books and Authors
• More Questions: Number Series,   Alphabet Series, Classification, Analogy,
• Venn Diagrams, Paper Folding, Problems on Figural Pattern,  Syllogism, Statements and Arguments,  Statements and Conclusions,
• Statements and Assumptions, Assertion and Reasoning, Puzzles, Seating Arrangements (Circular and Linear), Coding and Decoding,    Word Building, Distance and Directions,    Blood Relations, Simplification    Surd and Indices, Profit and Loss

### Quantitative Aptitude

• Common Questions:
• Percentage,   Simple and Compound Interest,
• Ratio and Proportion,   Time and Work,
• Time, Speed and Distance,    Pipes and Cisterns, Average,  Boats and Streams,
• Geometry and Mensuration,  Probability,
• Permutation and Combination, Pie Chart,
• Bar Graph, Line Graph, Trigonometry,    Linear Equations, Number Systems, Mixture and Allegation
• Square Root,    Discount

### English Comprehension

• Cloze test
• Para jumbles
• Miscellaneous
• Fill in the blanks
• Multiple meaning/error
• Paragraph completion
• One word substitution
• Active and passive voice

Marking Scheme of Tier 1:-

 Part Subject Total number of questions Maximum Marks Total Duration/Timing I General Intelligence 25 50 60 minutes II English Language (Basic Knowledge) 25 50 III Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill 25 50 IV General Awareness 25 50

TIER 2 Examination Syllabus

The Tier 2 paper is a descriptive paper of 100 marks which will be given by pen and paper. You will be given  1 hour to complete this paper. The purpose of this Tier 2 is to evaluate the writing skills of the candidates, which is essential in government jobs. In this paper, the candidate will be asked to write an article of about 200-250 words and 150-200 letters of letters or application. Minimum qualifying marks set for Tier 2 is 33%. The numbers brought in Tier 2 will be added at the time of preparation of merit. This paper must be written in either Hindi or English. You should prepare as much topics as you can but here are some topics which you should focus on.

Essays

• Women Empowerment
• Role of technology in gross development
• UDAN Scheme
• Union Indian Budget
• Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDSA)
• Pregnancy Aid Scheme in India
• Mid-Day Meal Scheme
• Pravasi Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PKVY)
• Digital India

Letter/ Application

• Write a letter for Complain about Noise Pollution in Your area
• Write a letter to the director of municipal corporation Jaipur, Rajasthan to the complaint about roads in your locality.

TIER 3 Examination Syllabus

This examination will be related to typing skill. It would be of qualifying nature. Remember that only the number of Tier 1 and Tier 2 will be added to the merit.