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December 29, 2020

SSC CGL 2020 Notification released

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Good news friends, the much awaited notification of SSC CGL 2020 has been released. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is inviting online applications for Combined Graduate Level Examination 2020 for filling up different categories of posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Organisations. You can apply online from today (29th December 2020). The Last Date for online Applications is 31st January 2021. The SSC CGL (Tier I) exam will be computer based and will be held during 29th May 2021 to 7th June 2021. Check complete details below. All the Best :)

Name of the Organization : Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Name of the Exam : Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL 2020)

Important Dates :
  • Starting Date of Applications : 29th December 2020
  • Last Date for Applications : 31st January 2021 
  • Last date and time for making online fee payment : 2nd February 2021 (23:30)
  • Last date and time for generation of offline Challan : 4th February 2021 (23:30)
  • Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank) : 6th February 2021
  • Schedule of Computer Based Examination (Tier-I) : 29th May 2021 to 7th June 2021
  • Date of Tier-II Examination (Descriptive Paper) : To be notified later
Scheme of the Examination :
The examination will be conducted in 4 tier as indicated below.
  • Tier I Exam : Computer Based
  • Tier II Exam : Computer Based
  • Tier III Exam : Pen and Paper Mode (Descriptive Paper)
  • Tier IV : Computer Proficiency Test / Skill Test / Document Verification
Application Fee :
  • Rs. 100/- 
  • Women candidates and candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Ex-Servicemen eligible for reservation are exempted from payment of fee.
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December 26, 2020

My strategy to clear SBI Clerk 2020 - Ankul Pandey

Hello, my name is Ankul Pandey. I'm from Surat, Gujarat. I got selected in SBI clerk 2020. I used to read so many success stories from Gr8AmbitionZ, but never thought to share mine here. I'm very happy now. I'm going to share my success story with my fellow Gr8AmbitionZ banking aspirants.

I graduated B.E. with electrical engineering from Pacific School of Engineering, Surat in 2017. After the graduation I started my preparation with self study, as I thought that I can clear it on my own. But things not got well.

I appeared for IBPS clerk 2017, but could not qualify even prelims.

In 2018, I started again with the basics and appeared for SBI Clerk & IBPS po but couldn't qualify even prelims because of not giving mocks.

In 2019, I analysed my past 1 and half year, found that using much internet and social media frequently leads to my failure in all 3 exams & now I didn't want to make any strategy on my own. So I decided to join coaching class. In Feb 2019, I joined Mahendra coaching class & attend each and every class,
understood every topics, methods, tricks for 3 months. I used the strategies and planning that my mentors told me to do.
I appeared exams in 2019 that are followed-

  • FCI - pre cleared, not mains
  • SBI PO - not prelims clear
  • SBI Clerk - pre cleared, not mains
  • IBPS PO - pre cleared, not mains
  • IBPS Clerk - pre cleared, not mains
  • IBPS RRB PO - pre cleared, not mains
  • IBPS RRB Clerk - pre cleared, not mains
  • LIC Assistant - pre cleared, not mains
  • EPFO Assistant- not pre clear
  • LIC HFL - not pre clear

I was very depressed. Because I prepared for 7 months but could not qualify any mains exam.

In 2020, started again by giving prelims mocks & read newspaper daily. I appeared for RBI assistant - failed by 2 marks in prelims
I also appeared for SBI clerk this year and finally I cleared.

My Strategy

GA- I followed Ashish Gautam (Adda247) and gktoday daily. I revised from both of these at the end of week i.e., on Sunday. I followed Studyiq of at last 10 days before mains. Gr8AmbitionZ is also very good.
How - I Attended Ashish Gautam's YouTube class daily (sincerely) and make notes of only those options other than the correct answer.
Note- Read 4 months current affairs of each and every single news in the last revision before mains. In bank clerk exam, last 4 months ca are being asked.

English- Read the Hindu newspaper PDF daily. Initial you will find it boring as I was also weak in English but daily reading & consistent leads you to get excellent marks in English. I love to read this newspaper but you can read any newspaper as you like.

For pre and mains both-
          Daily   Simplification -20
          Daily  Approximation -20
          Daily  Quadratic equations -20
          Daily   Number series -20
          Daily   Di - 5 set
                   and daily 1 mock

Practice daily, never miss any day, if you think today that you cannot solve today or you are too much tired of practice then you can practice minimum 10 questions of each above given topic.

Arithmetic in the last 10-15 days before prelims & mains.

For pre- daily 7 puzzle & 7 seating arrangement and daily 1 mock.

For Mains- I watched 1 each video of coding decoding & distance direction in day 1 and similarly 1 each video of blood relation & in-output on next day(2). 10-12 videos of Alphanumeric series in last 10 days before mains only, because it is easy.
For mains puzzle, Everyone scares of that including me, bt I managed to solve only 3-4 puzzles in a week.

Note- Prepare all the 4 subjects daily, and be consistent on your study.

-To clear prelims, it hardly takes 30 days and I assure you it will not take more than 30 days if you practice daily. But it is important to note that, if you do not practice daily it will take more than 2 months to clear prelims.

To clear mains, it takes 45 days to prepare. But for the last 30 days before mains you must attempt 1 mock on an alternate days.

Advise to apirants - Stress does not help you. Fear pulls you back. I realised soon enough that not everything in life can be controlled & I never be afraid of failures just keep trying and feel free. So I would like to advise all the candidates to keep calm and confident and must prepare well and focus on their studies. Besides studies, candidates should eat healthy and sleep well. They should believe in their preparation and do the best. And this is the exact message I want to leave aspirants with wishing them the best of luck.

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December 22, 2020

SBI PO Prelims Admit Card 2020 released

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Friends, the State Bank of India (SBI) has released the Admit Cards for SBI PO 2020 Preliminary Online Exam. You can download your call letter from below link or from the official website of the State Bank of India by entering your Registration Number / Roll Number and Password / Date of Birth. The call letter download link will remain active from today (22nd December 2020) to 6th January 2021. All the Best :)
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December 19, 2020

IB ACIO 2021 - Intelligence Bureau Assistant Central Intelligence Officers Recruitment - 2000 Posts

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Friends, the Ministry of Home Affairs has released the recruitment notification for the posts of Assistant Central Intelligence Officer, Grade II/ Executive i.e. ACIO-II/Exe in Intelligence Bureau, Government of India. There are 2000 posts in total. You can apply online from today (19th December 2020) to 9th January 2021. Check complete details below. All the Best :)

Name of the Organization : Intelligence Bureau

Name of the Post : Assistant Central Intelligence Officer, Grade II

Vacancy Details :
  • UR - 989 Posts

  • EWS - 113 Posts
  • OBC - 417 Posts
  • SC - 360 Posts
  • ST - 121 Posts
    • Total - 200 Posts
Age Limit : 18 to 27 years

Education : Graduation or equivalent from a recognized university

Desirable Qualification : Knowledge of Computers

Selection Process : The selection will be based on 2 Tier Exam (Objective & Descriptive) followed by Interview.

Exam Process :
  • Tier I Exam (Online)  [Time - 1 hour, Marks - 100]
  • 100 Objective type MCQs, divided into 5 parts containing 20 questions of 1 marks each on:
    • a. General awareness,
    • b. Quantitative aptitude,
    • c. Numerical/analytical/logical ability & reasoning,
    • d. English language &
    • e. General studies.
  • [Negative marking of ¼ mark for each wrong answer.]

Tier II Exam [Time - 1 hour, Marks - 50]
  • Descriptive type paper of 50 marks: Essay (30 marks) & English comprehension & prĂ©cis writing (20 marks).
Application Fee : It is in 2 components: Examination Fee: Rs. 100/- & Recruitment Processing Charges: Rs.500/- which is required to be paid as under
  • Male candidates of General, EWS and OBC categories : Examination Fee + Recruitment Processing Charges
  • All SC/ST, all female candidates & all Ex-servicemen : Recruitment Processing Charges only

Check detailed notification of IB ACIO 2021 Recruitment from HERE

Apply Online from HERE

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December 17, 2020

India slips to 131st Rank in Human Development Index (HDI) 2020 : Highlights

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India dropped 2 spots to rank 131st among 189 countries in recently released Human Development Index (HDI) 2020 by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Last year (2019) India ranked 129 in the index.  As usual, the list was topped by Norway, followed by Ireland (2nd) and Switzerland (3rd). Niger stood at the last position with 189th rank, followed by Central African Republic (188th) and Chad (187).

Despite the lowe rankings, UNDP announced that this doesn't mean India didn't do well, but others did better. UNDP Resident Representative Shoko Noda in fact praised India's commitment to reduce carbon emission and said that India can help other countries too. However, they agreed there's room for India for further improvements.

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) compiles the Human Development Index (HDI) of 189 countries in the annual Human Development Report. The index considers the health, education and income in the country to provide a measure of human development which is comparable between countries and over time.

Top 10 countries by Human Development Index 2020
  1. Norway
  2. Ireland
  3. Switzerland
  4. Hong Kong
  5. Iceland
  6. Germany
  7. Sweden    
  8. Australia    
  9. Netherlands
  10. Denmark
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December 11, 2020

Indian origin people named as Times 'Person Of The Year' & 'Kid of the Year' 2020

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The TIME magazine today named US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect, Indian origin Kamala Harris as TIMES Person of the Year 2020.  They were honored for  "Changing America's story" with their election victory over Donald Trump. They have been chosen from a list of finalists that included frontline health care workers and Anthony Fauci, the racial justice movement and President Trump.

Kamala and Joe have been picked "For changing the American story, for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the furies of division, for sharing a vision of healing in a grieving world," the magazine explained .

4 days ago 15-year-old Indian origin girl Gitanjali Rao was chosen as the first-ever ‘Kid of the Year’ by Time magazine for her astonishing and ground-breaking work as a scientist and innovator who used technology to tackle issues from contaminated drinking water to opioid addiction and cyberbullying.

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