Official notification regarding Re-examination date of SSC CGL Exam 2013

NOTICE regarding CGLE 2013 – Re-examination Date - Dated 14th March 2014 
In respect of the information uploaded on the website earlier regarding re-examination of CGLE-2013 at Lucknow, Patna, Allahabad, Delhi, Jaipur, Shimla and Dehradun, the Commission has decided to hold the re-examination of Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination, 2013 on 27.04.2014 (FN & AN).

The Commission has already clarified that candidates who appeared in Tier-I and Tier-II from a centre other than those mentioned above in CGLE 2013 will not have to appear in re-examination. However, those candidates who appeared in tier-I from centres other than those mentioned above BUT appeared for Tier-II from the centres mentioned above will have to appear in re-examination in Tier-II.
Further, candidates who appeared in Tier-I from the centres mentioned above and cleared Tier-I and appeared for Tier-II examination from centres other than those mentioned above will be required to take only Tier-I Re-examination.
After a busy and hectic campaign by the candidates involving a massive protest, a lot of media follow-up, pressure building through social media, there is some news regarding the same. However, there is a mass confusion as to whether the whole CGL 2013 exam has been cancelled or TIER I/II or both. 

However, in order to clear the confusion regarding this we are publishing the official notifications and releases by Govt. institutions. SSC has finally released official notification regarding cancellation of Combined Graduate level 2013 tier I exam. Visit SSC Website or click here at this link to see official notification. The notification published by Staff Selection Commission is as follows -

Result & Interview list of Programme Executive / Transmission Executive, Engg. Assistant and Technician in Prasar Bharti Examination, 2013

Staff Selection Commission has declared the result of the Combined Recruitment for the post of Programme Executive and Transmission Executive in Prasar Bharti Examination, 2013 

List of candidates qualified for Interview (Programme ExecutiveTransmission Executive)

Marks of candidates qualified for Interview (Programme Executive / Transmission Executive)

First in India (female) - Study Material

First in India (female)

First in India
Names
First Woman President of India
Patibha Devi Singh Patil
First Woman Prime Minister of India
Indira Gandhi
First Woman Governor of Indian State
Sarojani Naidu
First Woman ruler of Delhi Throne
Razia Sultan
First Woman IPS Office
Kiran Bedi
First Woman Chief minister of Indian State
Sucheta Kripalani (UP)
First Woman Union Minister
RajkumariAmrit kaur
First Woman President of Indian national Congress
Annie Besant
First Woman Judge of Supreme Court
Meera Sahib Fatima Bibi
First Woman to get Ashoka Chakra
Nirja Mishra
First Indian Woman Ambassador at United Nations
Vijayalakshmi Pandit
First Indian Woman to swim across English Channel
Arati Saha Gupta
First Indian Woman to get the Noble Prize
Mother Teresa
First Indian Woman to climb the Mount Everest
Bachendri Pal
First Indian Woman to become Miss World
Reita Faria
First Indian Woman to become Miss Universe
Sushmita Sen
First Indian Woman to climb Mt. Everest twice
Santosh Yadav
First Indian Woman to get Bharat Ratna
Indira Gandhi
First Indian Woman to win WTA Title
Sania Mirza
First Indian Woman Airline Pilot
Durga Banerjee
First Indian Woman president of INC
Sarojani Naidu
First Indian Woman to win Booker Prize
Arudhanti Roy
First Indian Woman to go into Space
Kalpana Chawla
First Woman to get Jnanpith Award
Ashapurna Devi
First Woman Musician to get Bharat Ratna
M.S. Subbulakshmi
First Woman Chief Justice of High Court
Leela Seth
First Woman Pilot in Indian Air Force
Harita kaur Dayal
First Indian woman to win Olympic Medal
Karnam malleswari
First Woman Lieutenant General
Puneeta Arora

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First in India (Male)

First in India (Male)
First in India
Names
First Governor of Bengal
Lord Clive
First Governor General of Bengal
Warren Hastings
First Governor General of India
Lord William Bentic
First Viceroy of India
Lord Canning
First President of Indian National Congress
W. C. Banerjee
First Muslim President of Indian National Congress
Badruddin Tayab Ji
First Governor General of Independent India
Lord Louis mountbatten
First Indian Governor General of Independent India
C. Rajagopalachari
First Indian ICS officer
Satyendra Nath Tagore
First Indian to pass ICS Exam
Surendra Nath Banerjee
First Indian Cosmonaut (to go into space)
Sqn. Ldr. Rakesh Sharma
First Commander in chief of Free India
General K. M. Cariappa
First Indian Noble Laureate
Rabindra Nath Tagore
First Indian Judge of International Court of Justice
Dr. Nagendra Nath
First Indian to get Bharat Ratna Award
Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
First Field Marshal
General S. F. J. Manekshaw
First Indian to swim across the English Channel
Mihir Sen
First Indian to get Jnanpeeth Award
G. Shankar Kurup
First Muslim President of India
Dr. Zakir Hussain
First Speaker of Lok sabha
G. V. Mavlankar
First President of Independent India
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
First Vice-President of Independent India
Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
First Prime Minister of Independent India
Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru
First Home Minister of Independent India
Sardar Vallabh Bhai patel
First Education Minister of Independent India
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
First Chief of Air Staff
Air Marshal Sir Thomas Elmhirst
First Indian Sir Chief of India
Air Marshal S. Mukherjee
First Chief of Army Staff
General M. Rajendra Singh
First Chief of Naval Staff of India
Vice Admiral R. D. Katari
First person to get Paramvir Chakra
Major Somnath Sharma
First Indian Scientist to get Nobel price
C. V. Raman
First Chinese pilgrim to visit India
Fa – Hien
First Indian to win Magasysay Award
Acharya Vinoba Bhave
First Minister to resign from Indian Union Cabinet
Shyama Prasad Mukherjee
First British to visit India
Hawkins
First Election Commissioner of India
Sukumar Sen
First Chief Justice of India
Hiralal J Kania
First Foreigner to get Bharat Ratna Award
Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan

First Indian to get Nobel prize in Economics
Dr. Amratya Sen
First Test Tube Baby of India
Indira (Baby Harsha)
First Indian Pilot
J R D Tata
First Indian to Reach Antarctica
Lt. Ram Charan
First Deputy Prime Minister of India
Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel
First Indian Prime Minister to resign from office
Morarji Desai
First Indian Prime Minister to loose an election
Indira Gandhi
First President of India to die in office
Dr. Zakir Hussain
First Indian to reach South Pole
Col I. K. Bajaj
First India recipient of Oscar Award
Bhanu Athaiya

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Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs, Assistant Sub-inspectors in CISF Examination, 2013 written result

On 17th February 2014, Staff Selection Commission has announced the second list for the interview of the recruitment of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs, Assistant Sub-inspectors in CISF Examination, 2013, visit the ssc website or below link to know the name of all candidates selected for interview in second list. 

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Staff Selection Commission has declared the result of the recruitment of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs, Assistant Sub-inspectors in CISF Examination, 2013- result of Written Examination to call candidates for Interview is declared. Please visit SSC Website or below links to know the result - 

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SSC CGLE Posts descriptions and Promotion Chances

Description of Main Posts filled through Staff Selection Commission (CGLE)
Examiner
Examiner is an inspector post. If one can posted in Headquarter, he have to do Clerical or file related work. If he/she can posted in the field the he/she have to do executive work like examine the goods imported or to be exported and assessing duty on that, In this job uniform is not mandatory.
First promotion in this job is as Appraiser (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner and Finally Commissioner. One can get first promotion in this job after completing of three year of service. Examiner post is considered to be the best among all CGLE posts. One of the main reasons is faster promotions as compared to the other posts of CGLE. This post is mainly for coastal regions.
All candidates are advised to fill this post in their first or second preference.

Assistant CSS
Please note that this is the lowest post in Central Secretariat Services. Mainly one can to clerical work; like typing, noting, drafting and file related work. Typing Test will be held by SSC for this Test. Best suitable post for female candidates and people want to work in Delhi.
Non-Corrupted Job, No under table Income, New Delhi posting in various ministries, one can get the power once he/she reaches the level of under secretary.
An Assistant in CSS can be promoted to the next post - SO (Group-B Gazetted Officer) in two ways- one by taking departmental exam and passing it which will held after 05 year of service so after 06 years one can get his first promotion and secondly one can normally gets promotion after 10 years of service.
All candidates who prefer to work in Delhi only fill this post as their first preference.
Promotions in assistant in CSS:  
1. Section Officer (Group-B gazette Officer) (Grade Pay - Rs 4,800).
2. Section Officer (Group-A gazette Officer) (Grade Pay - Rs 5,400). After completion of 4 years service at GP 4,800.
3. Under Secretary (Grade Pay - 6,600). Based on performance & available vacancies. 
4. Deputy Secretary (Grade Pay - Rs 7,600). Based on performance & available vacancies.
5. Director (Grade Pay - Rs 8,700). Rarely possible for entrant through SSC.   

Preventive Officer
Preventive officer is an inspector post. If anyone posted in Headquarter than he/she have to do Clerical or file related work. If one can posted in the field (airport/coast) than he /she have to do Executive work like prevention of smuggling, assessment of customs duty on goods, can arrest, seize , search, detain etc. on any kind of doubt of smuggling, and etc. Duty is round the clock means day as well as night shift job. A Uniform is mandatory with Ashoka Stambha with 2 yellow strips.
First promotion in this job is as Superintendent (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner and Finally Commissioner. One can get first promotion in this job after completing of eight year of service after clearing departmental exam. Promotion period differs from zone to zone since there is zonal seniority. This post is mainly for coastal regions.
All candidates are advised not to fill this post in their first or second preference but keep this post in fewer than 10 of preference list. 
Income Tax Inspector
An Income Tax Inspector generally can be posted at either of the two types of seats which are transferable on cyclic basis. Work related to assessment of tax or non-assessment of tax. When on an assessment seat he is supposed to see the work related to assessment of income tax to be imposed on an individual, partnership firm, company etc; and refund of it in case someone has deposited in excess. He also has to see the work related to TAX DEDUCTION AT SOURCE (TDS) besides being accompanying a raid team. An ITI on non-assessment seat generally has to do clerical work though he too could be asked to accompany a raid team.
First promotion in this job is as Income Tax Officer (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner and Finally Commissioner. One can get first promotion in this job after completing of eight year of service after clearing departmental exam. Promotion period differs from zone to zone since there is zonal seniority. The additional advantage in this post is that one can entitled for 30 liter of petrol if posted on assessment seat. Also he gets a sim from the department on which all STD calls on every type of BSNL/MTNL phone are free; and 400 minutes on other phones. This is an all India posting job.
All candidates are advised to fill this post of preference list before or near to preventive officer. 

Central Excise Inspector
Central excise inspector is an inspector post. If anyone posted in Headquarter than he/she have to do Clerical or file related work. If one can posted in the field than he /she have to do Executive work like augmentation of central excise & Service tax etc, detection of evasion of taxes etc. To wear the uniform (Khaki) is optional.
First promotion in this job is as Superintendent (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner and Finally Commissioner. One can get first promotion in this job after completing of eight year of service after clearing departmental exam. Promotion period differs from zone to zone since there is zonal seniority. This is an all India posting job.
All candidates are advised to fill this post of preference list near to preventive officer. 

Assistant in MEA & Assistant (Cypher) in MEA
This is most sought post under CGLE due to foreign posting and many other lucrative facilities like children's education, accommodation etc and a very handsome salary of more than 1 lakh per month. But one can be posted in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, syria too; but nothing to fear on this count as while sending one to another country on posting he is given a few choices for the needed postings and he is posted according to those choices preferably. Also you have to live in consulate area so no fear from outer people in foreign. If one chooses any of the countries mentioned he is given 50% more salary and his tenure there is counted as DOUBLE; means he has to serve there for one and a half year which is counted equal to three years. Cyphor Asst. is a little different from Asst. (general) because they have to do the task of coding and decoding of some highly confidential language in addition. Cypher has night shifts also and has to work for 6 days. A system of 2 days off and 2 days will be night shift, so no fixed Saturday or Sunday off.
An Assistant (General) is supposed to be posted generally 3 years in India and 3 years in foreign and like this throughout his tenure of service whereas an Assistant (Cypher) is posted 3 years in India and 6 years in foreign and like this.
A Cypher Assistant gets more foreign postings than general assistant but the promotion chances are better in general assistant. In MEA the promotional chances are very less and one can go up to the level of Under Secretary (US). He can be promoted to the next post in two ways- First direct after 15-17 years and second after 8 years of service or so after clearing departmental exams.
Candidates who preferred foreign posting & handsome salary can fill it first or second in the preference list.

Assistant Enforcement Officer
Assistant Enforcement Officer is an inspector post. If anyone posted in Headquarter than he/she have to do Clerical or file related work. If one can posted in the field than he /she have to do Executive work like prevention of money laundering, to conduct searches of suspected persons, conveyances and premises and seize incriminating materials (including Indian and foreign currencies involved), to arrest and prosecute the person suspected to be involved in the act of money laundering, etc. Duty is round the clock means day as well as night shift job.
There are ten Zonal Offices of the Directorate at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai. The Zonal Offices are headed by the Deputy Directors.

The Directorate has eleven Sub Zonal Offices at Bhubaneswar, Calicut, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Madurai, Nagpur, Patna, Srinagar and Varanasi, which are headed by the Assistant Directors.
First promotion in this job is as Enforcement Officer (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Director, Deputy Director and Finally director. No fixed promotion period and its purely depends on zone to zone & vacant posts.  
All candidates are advised to fill this post according to their wish but keep it under 10. 

Sub-Inspector in CBI
Sub Inspector CBI post is of grade pay of RS 4,200. but it's salary is almost equal to the total salary for the grade pay of Rs 4,600 as CBI executive staff is entitled to additional 25% on BASIC PAY + DA and in addition to that salary of 13 months instead of 12 months year.

This is supposed to be a very powerful and influential post due to nature of work. Any IT Inspector/ Examiner or for that matter any other central government employee will vouch for the fact that CBI is a much feared organization. I can't say about higher bureaucracy like IAS etc, but for middle and lower level officers, once they come under the scanner, it is very difficult to get away.

Life in CBI is stressful due to heavy workload and deadlines there. Training duration is 32 weeks in Ghaziabad involves physical training as well as training on criminal and anti-corruption laws.

It is very hectic job generally the work stretched beyond the usual working hours like one has to work till 8 or 9 pm. Usually on Saturdays, if the workload is more, the work goes on as usual; though Sundays are spared. Also in some branches like Special Crime etc, the job involves a fair bit of travelling especially in the starting years. The nature and hours of work also differs from branch to branch and place to place. Some branches have less workload and so the personnel can take it easy. No uniform required.

Sub Inspectors in CBI or any other rank holder in CBI generally does not possess revolver/pistol. In a very few cases, when a search is to be carried out in some dangerous places, weapons are issued to the staff. The officers of CBI themselves are not interested in carrying weapon.
Female candidates are advised to fill this post according to their wish but keep it nearby10. Male Candidates are advised to fill this post very near to central excise inspector.

Inspector of Posts
Every Postal division has Inspector of posts in its office. Every district has two or more division. This is the worst post offered by SSC in Grade pay of 4200. A duty of Inspector of Posts is to sell Postal Life Insurance with a fixed target.
This job is not suitable for woman candidates, Male candidate are advised to put this post in last column of interview post while filling SSC post preference.

Auditor 
Auditor Post is best post among all Non-Interview posts. Auditors are recruited under CAG and CGDA departments. 08 Hours office job & 05 Days working Job. In this job one can get enough time for further preparations like UPSC etc.
Promotion wise this job is job offered by SSC through CGL. One will get first promotion to Senior Auditor (grade pay 4200) after 3 years of service.
Also One will get chance for the ppst of AAO (Gazette post) after clearing the departmental SAS exam after 2 more years of service. 
All candidates are advised to fill this post in top position in non-interview preference list.

Salary Chart of SSC Posts (Revised Pay Scale after 7th CPC Pay Matrix) – As on 01.01.2017
Post
Grade Pay
City
Basic Pay
DA
2%
HRA
TA
Gross Salary
NPS
CGHS
CGEGIS
Total Deduction
In-Hand Salary
MTS
GP: 1800
X
18000
360
4320
1350
Rs. 24030
1836
125
30
Rs. 1991
Rs. 22039
Y
18000
360
2880
900
Rs. 22140
1836
125
30
Rs. 1991
Rs. 20149
Z
18000
360
1440
900
Rs. 20700
1836
125
30
Rs. 1991
Rs. 18709
LDC
GP: 1900
X
19900
398
4776
1350
Rs. 26424
2030
125
30
Rs. 2185
Rs. 24239
Y
19900
398
3184
900
Rs. 24382
2030
125
30
Rs. 2185
Rs. 22197
Z
19900
398
1592
900
Rs. 22790
2030
125
30
Rs. 2185
Rs. 20605
TA/UDC
GP:
2400
X
25500
510
6120
3600
Rs. 35730
2601
125
30
Rs. 2756
Rs. 32974
Y
25500
510
4080
1800
Rs. 31890
2601
125
30
Rs. 2756
Rs. 29134
Z
25500
510
2040
1800
Rs. 29850
2601
125
30
Rs. 2756
Rs. 27094
Auditor
GP:
2800
X
29200
584
7008
3600
Rs. 40392
2978
125
30
Rs. 3133
Rs. 37259
Y
29200
584
4672
1800
Rs. 36256
2978
125
30
Rs. 3133
Rs. 33123
Z
29200
584
2336
1800
Rs. 33920
2978
125
30
Rs. 3133
Rs. 30787
SI / DA
GP:
4200
X
35400
708
8496
3600
Rs. 48204
3611
225
30
Rs. 3866
Rs. 44338
Y
35400
708
5664
1800
Rs. 43572
3611
225
30
Rs. 3866
Rs. 39706
Z
35400
708
2832
1800
Rs. 40740
3611
225
30
Rs. 3866
Rs. 36874
Insp.
GP:
4600
X
44900
892
10776
3600
Rs. 60168
4579
225
30
Rs. 4834
Rs. 55334
Y
44900
892
7184
1800
Rs. 54776
4579
225
30
Rs. 4834
Rs. 49942
Z
44900
892
3592
1800
Rs. 51184
4579
225
30
Rs. 4834
Rs. 46350
AAO
GP:
4800
X
47600
952
11424
3600
Rs. 63576
4855
225
30
Rs. 5110
Rs. 58466
Y
47600
952
7616
1800
Rs. 57968
4855
225
30
Rs. 5110
Rs. 52858
Z
47600
952
3808
1800
Rs. 54160
4855
225
30
Rs. 5110
Rs. 49050
Note - DA will revise soon by the government. 2% DA was notified on 04.11.2016 and effective from 01.07.2016

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