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SSC CGL 2015 Notification out




The notification for eagerly awaited SSC CGL 2015 is out. It will be a hard fought round of Bout between the aspirants all over India, with only the will to stand at the Zenith will survive. The exam will be conducted across the country in three phases with Prelims being the first followed by the Mains exam and the Interviews to conclude the process.

Paper will be in offline mode.


The process will be for the following posts - 

1. Inspector Examiner (CBEC) – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

2. Inspector of Income Tax (CBDT) – Group C – Grade Pay 4600

3. Inspector Preventive Officer – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

4. Assistant Enforcement Officer – Group C – Grade Pay 4600

5. Inspector Central Excise (CBEC) – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

6. Assistant in Central Vigilance Commission – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

7. Assistant in Ministry of External Affairs – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

8. Assistant (Cypher) Ministry of External Affairs – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

 9. Assistant in Central Secretariat Service – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

10. Assistant in Ministry of Railway – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

11. Assistant in AFHQ – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

12. Assistant in Intelligence Bureau – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

13. Assistant in other Ministries – Group B – Grade Pay 4600

14. Sub Inspector in CBI – Group C – Grade Pay 4200

15. Inspector Central Bureau of Narcotics – Group B – Grade Pay 4200

16. Inspector of Posts – Group B – Grade Pay 4200

17. Divisional Accountant in CAG Office – Group C – Grade Pay 4200

18. Assistant in other Ministries – Group B – Grade Pay 4200

19. Statistical Investigator Gr II – Group B – Grade Pay 4200

20. Auditor in CGDA – Group C – Grade Pay 2800

21. Auditor in C&AG – Group C – Grade Pay 2800

22. Auditor in CGA & Others – Group C – Grade Pay 2800

23. Accountant / Junior Accountant in C&AG – Group C – Grade Pay 2800

24. Accountant / Junior Accountant in CGA – Group C – Grade Pay 2800

25. Sub Inspector Narcotics – Group C – Grade Pay 2400

26. Upper Division Clerk – Group C – Grade Pay 2400

27. Tax Assistant in CBEC – Group C – Grade Pay 2400

28. Tax Assistant in CBDT – Group C – Grade Pay 2400

29. Compiler in Registrar General of India – Group C – Grade Pay 2400

What to expect from us 

We will be helping you throughout your success journey by providing the best and innovative study materials and tips and off course the free of cost previous year examination Question papers in both the languages.

So tighten your screws and be on your Jet Pack to fly high.


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