Comparison of Papers Expected cut off and Paper Analysis of SSC CGL 2014 Tier 2 Exam 12 April 2015 both Shift

Paper analysis of SSC CGL 2014 Tier 2 Exam 12 April 2014 both Quantitative Aptitude / English Language
Hello friends we are here with the analysis of SSC CGL 2014 TIER 2 Exam held all over India on 12th April 2015. The exam was conducted successfully all over India and till now no major issue of errors like paper leak etc. have been reported till now. Only onecase of cheating was reported from Raipur. Thanks to the alertness displayed by SSC while conducting the exam. The level of SSC CGL 2014 Tier 2 was balanced and was slightly on an easier side when compared to the paper of SSC CGL 2013 TIER 2. Difficulty of all sets are almost same but all are claiming that others paper was easier.
Quantitative Aptitude Paper Analysis
This paper was a balance mix of easy, moderately difficult and difficult questions. Most of the questions were easy and moderately difficult. Around 15 questions of this paper were difficult. The questions of Percentages, Simple Interest, Time Speed and Distance were easy.


The Staff Selection Commission is functioning under the Department of Personnel & Training, Government of India. Initially known as Subordinate Services Commission, it was set up on 1 July 1976 primarily to make recruitment on zonal basis for non-technical Group B and Group C posts under the Central Government, except the post for which recruitment was made by Railway Service Commission and the industrial establishments.
Staff Selection Commission has notified the SSC SI & ASI Recruitment 2015 - SSC CPO Recruitment 2015 for 2902 Vacancies to fill Group-“B & C” posts of Sub-Inspector in Central Armed Police Forces, Sub Inspector in Delhi Police & Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF in Pay Band-II Rs. 9300 – 34800 & Pay Band-I Rs. 5200 - 20200, Grade Pay Rs. 4200 – 2800  in various Central Police forces - Delhi Police (DP), Border Security Force (BSF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB). 

FCI Recruitment 2015: FCI 4318 Zone Wise Vacancies

Post Name: Junior Engineer (JE) (Civil Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering), Assistant Grade-II (Hindi), Typist (Hindi) and Assistant Grade-III (General / Accounts / Technical / Depot)
Number of Vacancies: 4318
Educational Qualification: Check in notification

Selection Procedure: Applied candidates should have to attend the written examination for specified position. Based on the performance in written examination applicants will be shortlisted for desired position.

Age Limit: Maximum 28 years

Application Fee: Applicants should pay a non-refundable amount as application fee only Rs.350/- through SBI internet

Current Affairs Power Capsule – November 2014 (The Hindu Review)

1. 9th G-20 Summit of major economies was held in Brisbane, Australia. The summit focused on promoting economic growth and set the target of boosting global growth by 2 percent in five years. The next summit will be hosted by Turkey in Antalya on 10 November 2015.

2. 18th SAARC summit was held in Kathmandu, Nepal.

3. 12th ASEAN-India Summit was held in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. The summit was held on the sidelines of 25th ASEAN Summit. The Next ASEAN-India Summit will be held in Cambodia in 2015.

4. 9th East Asia Summit was held in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. The summit was held on the sidelines of the 25th ASEAN Summit.

Current Affairs Power Capsule – October 2014 (The Hindu Review)

1. First-time legislator from BJP Manohar Lal Khattar, 61, is the 21st Chief Minister of Haryana.

2. Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) candidate Devendra Gangadharrao Fadnavis sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He is the first BJP candidate to become CM of Maharashtra.

3. Rajiv Mehrishi took charge as Union Finance Secretary. He succeeded Arvind Mayaram.

4. Prasar Bharati CEO Jawhar Sircar was elected Vice-President of Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union in Macau.
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