About SSC Exam

 

Staff Selection Commission is a government run organisation which is responsible for recruitment of staff in various departments. SSC Jobs are usually for various posts in various ministries of India. Staff Selection Commission recruitment is generally for Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ posts in various ministries and departments of the Indian government. The popularity of SSC Jobs is huge in India as it presents an ideal opportunity of employment to the youth of India. With increasing number of employment in public sector, number of people going for govt jobs is at hike. With the growing popularity of government jobs, SSC jobs are also trending in India.

List of SSC Exam Services

 
SL.NO For Interview Post For Non Interview Post
1 Inspector of Income Tax [CBDT] Upper Division Clerk [Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres.]
2 Inspector, (Central Excise) [CBEC] Tax Assistant [CBDT]
3 Inspector (Preventive Officer) [CBEC] Auditor [Offices under C & AG]
4 Inspector (Examiner) [CBEC] Auditor [Offices under CGDA]
5 Assistant Enforcement Officer [Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue] Auditor [Offices under CGA & others]
6 Inspector of Posts [ Department of Post] Accountant/ Junior Accountant [Offices under C&AG]
7 Inspector [Central Bureau of Narcotics ] Accountant/ Junior Accountant [Offices under CGA & others]
8 Divisional Accountant [Offices under CAG] Inspector of Income Tax [CBDT]
9 Statistical Investigator Gr.II [M/Statistics & Prog Implementation] Inspector, (Central Excise) [CBEC]
10 Assistant [Ministry of Railway] Inspector (Preventive Officer) [CBEC]
11 Assistant (Central Secretariat Service) Assistant (Central Secretariat Service)
12 Assistant [Central Vigilance Commission] Assistant [Central Vigilance Commission]
13 Assistant [Intelligence Bureau] Assistant [Intelligence Bureau]
14 Assistant (Ministry of External Affairs) Assistant [Ministry of Railway]
15 Assistant (Cypher) [Ministry of External Affairs] Assistant (Ministry of External Affairs)
16 Assistant [AFHQ] Assistant (Cypher) [Ministry of External Affairs]
17 Assistant [Other Ministries/Departments/Organisations] Assistant [AFHQ]
18 Assistant [Other Ministries/ Departments/Organisations] Assistant [Other Ministries/Departments/Organisations]
19 Sub Inspectors [Central Bureau of Investigation] Assistant [Other Ministries/ Departments/Organisations]
20 Auditor [Offices under C & AG] Inspector (Examiner) [CBEC]
21 Auditor [Offices under CGDA] Assistant Enforcement Officer [Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue]
22 Auditor [Offices under CGA & others] Sub Inspectors [Central Bureau of Investigation]
23 Accountant/ Junior Accountant [Offices under C& AG] Inspector of Posts [ Department of Post]
24 Accountant/ Junior Accountant [Offices under CGA & others] Divisional Accountant [Offices under CAG]
25 Upper Division Clerk [Central Govt. Offices/Ministries other than CSCS cadres.] Statistical Investigator Gr.II [M/Statistics & Prog Implementation]
26 Tax Assistant [CBDT] Inspector [Central Bureau of Narcotics]
27 Tax Assistant [CBEC] Tax Assistant [CBEC]
28 Compiler [Registrar General of India] Compiler [Registrar General of India]
29 Sub-Inspector [Central Bureau of Narcotics] Sub-Inspector [Central Bureau of Narcotics]

SSC Exam Eligibility Criteria

 

The Staff Selection Commission announces eligibility criteria for every exam in its recruitment notification prior to the exam. Candidates should check the official website for SSC exam to get updated information about eligibility criteria. In general, however, the eligibility criteria for different examinations are as follows.

 

Eligibility Criteria for SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam

Minimum qualification required for diffident posts as follows;

• Compiler Posts – Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized university with Statistics or Economics or Mathematics as compulsory or elective subject.
• Statistical Investigator Posts – Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, or Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics or Economics or Commerce, with Statistics as one of the main subjects.
• All Other Posts – Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from any recognized university

 

Age Limit:

Sr NoPostAge Limit
1.SI in CBI and Assistant PostsFrom 20 to 27 Years
2.Statistical Investigator PostsNot more than 26 years
3.All Other PostsFrom 18 to 27 Years

 

Eligibility Criteria for SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam

Minimum qualification required to appear for this exam is 10+2 or its equivalent from any recognized board. Age limit for this exam is 18-27 years.

 

Eligibility Criteria for SSC Junior Engineer Exam

Minimum qualification required to apply for different junior engineer posts are as follows;

For Junior Engineer (Electrical & Civil) in CPWD & Department of Posts – Three years’ diploma in electrical or civil engineering from any government recognized institution.
For Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical), Border Roads Organization (BRO) Ministry of Defence – Three years’ diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering from any government recognized institution or university.
For Junior Engineer (Civil), Border Roads Organization (BRO) Ministry of Defence – Three years’ diploma in civil engineering from any government recognized institution or university.
For Junior Engineer (Civil) in MES – Degree in civil engineering or three year’s diploma in civil engineering with two years’ hands-on experience in civil engineering works.
For Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical) in MES – Degree in electrical or mechanical engineering or three year’s diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering with two years’ hands-on experience in electrical or mechanical engineering works.
For Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical) in CWC and Farakka Barrage – Degree or Diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering.
For Junior Engineer (Quantity Surveying and Contract) in MES – Three years’ diploma in civil engineering or intermediate degree in Building and Quantity Surveying Sub divisional 2 of the Institute of Surveyors (India).

 

Age Limit for different junior engineer posts is as follows;

Between 18 and 27 years for junior engineers (QS&C) in MES, and junior engineers (Electrical & Civil) in CPWD & Department of Posts
Not more than 30 years for junior engineers (civil, mechanical, and electrical) in MES and in BRO of Ministry of Defence.
Not more than 32 years for junior engineers in CWC and Farakka Barrage

SSC Exam Syllabus

 

SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus

Tier 1 Exam consists four sections:

PartSubject
AGeneral Intelligence & Reasoning
BGeneral Awareness
CQuantitative Aptitude
DEnglish Comprehension

Each paper consists of 25 objective type questions of 2 marks each.

 

The detailed SSC CGL Tier 1 syllabus for all the above-defined subjects is as follows: –

I. SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus for General Intelligence & Reasoning:

Verbal Reasoning
S.No.Topics
1.Analogies
 Problem Solving
3.Judgment
4.Decision Making
5.Discrimination
6.Relationship Concepts
7.Mathematical Reasoning
8.Coding & Decoding
9.Statement Conclusion
10.Syllogistic Reasoning
11.Operations
12.Venn Diagrams
13.Address Matching
14.Date & City Matching
15.Numbers Coding
16.Critical Thinking
17.Series Problem
Non-Verbal Reasoning
S.No.Topics
1.Analogies
2.Similarities & Differences
3.Space Visualization
4.Spatial Orientation
5.Analysis
6.Non-Verbal Series
7.Pattern- Folding
8.Classification
9.Embedded Figures
10.Visual Memory
11.Drawing Inferences

 

II. SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus for English Language:

S.No.Topics
1.Improving Sentences
2.Spotting Errors
3.Synonyms & Antonyms
4.Fill in the Blanks
5.Active/ Passive Voice
6.Verbs
7.One-Word Substitution
8.Idioms & Phrases
9.Cloze Passage
10.Comprehension Passage

 

III. SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude:

S.No.Topics
1.Percentage
2.Ratio & Proportion
3.Square Roots
4.Averages
5.Interest
6.Profit & Loss
7.Discount
8.Partnership Business
9.Mixture & Alligation
10.Time & Distance
11.Time & Work
12.Basic Algebraic Identities
13.Graphs of Linear Equations
14.Triangle & Its Various Kinds of Centres
15.Congruence & Similarity of Triangles
16.Tangents
17.Angles Subtended by Chords of A Circle
18.Common Tangents to Two or More Circles
19.Triangle
20.Quadrilaterals
21.Regular Polygons
22.Circle
23.Right Prism
24.Right Circular Cone
25.Right Circular Cylinder
26.Sphere
27.Hemispheres
28.Rectangular Parallelepiped
29.Regular Right Pyramid with Triangular/ Square Base
30.Trigonometric Ratio
31.Degree & Radian Measures
32.Standard Identities
33.Complementary Angles
34.Heights & Distances
35.Histogram
36.Frequency Polygon
37.Bar Diagram & Pie Chart
38.Circle & Its Chords
39.Relationships Between Numbers

 

IV. SSC CGL Tier 1 Syllabus for General Awareness:

S.No.Topics
1.History & Culture
2.Geography
3.Economic Scene
4.Indian Polity
5.General Policy & Scientific Research
6.Biology
7.Physics
8.Chemistry
9.Computer Section
10.Current Affairs
11.Current GK
12.Books & Authors
13.Persons & Place in News
14.Abbreviations

 

SSC CGL Tier 2 Syllabus

Candidates, who clear the Tier 1 Exam, can appear for the Tier 2 Exam. The SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam include four papers:

PaperSubject
1Quantitative Ability
2English Language & Comprehension
3Statistics
4General Studies (Finance and Economics)

 

Paper 1, 3 & 4 consists 100 objective type questions of 2 marks each & Paper 2 consists of 200 objective type questions of 1 mark each.

Below you can acknowledge the clearly defined SSC Tier 2 Syllabus and mark your preparations accordingly.

I. SSC CGL Tier 2 Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude:

S.No.Topics
1.Percentage
2.Ratio & Proportion
3.Square Roots
4.Averages
5.Interest
6.Profit & Loss
7.Discount
8.Partnership Business
9.Mixture & Alligation
10.Time & Distance
11.Time & Work
12.Basic Algebraic Identities
13.Graphs of Linear Equations
14.Triangle & Its Various Kinds of Centres
15.Congruence & Similarity of Triangles
16.Tangents
17.Angles Subtended by Chords of A Circle
18.Common Tangents to Two or More Circles
19.Triangle
20.Quadrilaterals
21.Regular Polygons
22.Circle
23.Right Prism
24.Right Circular Cone
25.Right Circular Cylinder
26.Sphere
27.Hemispheres
28.Rectangular Parallelepiped
29.Regular Right Pyramid with Triangular/ Square Base
30.Trigonometric Ratio
31.Degree & Radian Measures
32.Standard Identities
33.Complementary Angles
34.Heights & Distances
35.Histogram
36.Frequency Polygon
37.Bar Diagram & Pie Chart
38.Circle & Its Chords
39.Relationships Between Numbers

 

II. SSC CGL Tier 2 Syllabus for English Language

S.No.Topics
1.Improving Sentences
2.Spotting Errors
3.Synonyms & Antonyms
4.Fill in the Blanks
5.Active/Passive Voice
6.Verbs
7.One-Word Substitution
8.Idioms & Phrases
9.Cloze Passage
10.Comprehension Passage
11.Spelling/ Detecting Misspelled Words
12.Direct/ Indirect
13.Shuffling of Sentence Parts
14.Shuffling of Sentences in a Passage

 

IV. SSC CGL Tier 2 Syllabus for General Studies:

Financial Accounting
S.No.Topics
1.Nature and scope
2.Limitations of Financial Accounting
3.Basic concepts and Conventions
4.Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Basic Concepts of Accounting
S.No.Topics
1.Single and double entry
2.Books of Original Entry
3.Bank Reconciliation
4.Journal
5.ledgers
6.Trial Balance
7.Rectification of Errors
8.Manufacturing
9.Trading
10.Profit & loss Appropriation Accounts
11.Balance Sheet Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure
12.Depreciation Accounting
13.Valuation of Inventories
14.Non-profit organizations Accounts
15.Receipts and Payments & Income & Expenditure Accounts
16.Bills of Exchange
17.Self-Balancing Ledgers
Economics
S.No.Topics
1.Economics
2.Production possibilities curve
3.Theory of Demand and Supply
4.Theory of Production and cost
5.Various forms of markets
6.Perfect Competition
7.Monopoly
8.Monopolistic Competition
9.Oligopoly ad Price determination
10.Agriculture
11.Industry & Services
12.national income
13.Population
14.Poverty & unemployment
15.Infrastructure
16.Economic reforms
17.Liberalization
18.Privatization
19.Globalization
20.Disinvestment
21.Monetary/ Fiscal policy

 

SSC CGL Syllabus (Tier 3 – Descriptive Paper)

Tier 3 will be a descriptive type Pen and Paper mode examination. It will be in English/Hindi (writing of Essay/Precis/Letter /Application Writing etc. It will be of Total 100 marks and 60 minutes time is given for it (For VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 80 Minutes).

This paper has been introduced to assess the writing skills of the candidates which are necessary for Government jobs. The Paper would comprise writing of an Essay / Passage of 250 words and Letter / Application Writing of approximately 150 words.

 

SSC CGL Syllabus (Tier 4 Skill Test – CPT/DEST/Typing Test)

Candidates who clear the Tier 3 Exams are called for the Tier 4 phase. This section is qualifying one. This section aims to judge a candidate’s personality traits, communication skills, and leadership skills, in addition to his/her academic knowledge.

Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) –

Tax Assistants Post (Central Excise & Income Tax) – It requires 8,000 Key Depression per hour.

The Data Entry Speed Test will be conducted for a passage of about 2000 key depressions for a duration of 15 minutes.

Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) –

for the posts of Assistant Section Officer of CSS, Assistant Section Officer (MEA), Assistant Section Officer in AFHQ, Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines, CPT Test comprises in three modules:

  • Word Processing
  • Spread Sheet
  • Generation of Slides

SSC Exam Selection Process

 

SSC conducts various examinations every year for recruitment to different posts in various departments of the government of India and its subordinate offices. The eligibility criteria and selection procedure for different posts could be different. Let’s take a look at recruitment and selection procedure for some notable posts.

 

SSC Combined Graduate Level CGL Exam – Graduates from any recognized university in India can apply for this exam. The selection procedure includes written examination (Tier I and Tier II), followed by interview/skill test/ computer proficiency test, and document verification.

 

Data Entry Operator (DEO) Examination – The candidate must pass 10+2 or its equivalent exam and should possess a specific data entry speed. The selection is done on the basis of the candidate’s performance in objective-type written examination, followed by a skill test.

 

Junior Translators (CSOLS) Examination – To apply for this exam, the applicant must clear 10+2 or its equivalent exam. The selection process consists of written examination and interview.

 

Stenographer Exam – One needs to pass 10+2 or its equivalent exam to appear for this exam. The procedure of selection includes mainly two phases – a written test and a skill test in stenography.

 

Lower Division Clerk Exam – Minimum qualification required for the exam is 10+2 or its equivalent. One needs to clear a written test with objective type questions and a computer-based typing test to get selected for this post.

 

Sub Inspector in CPOs, CAPFs, and Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF Examination – The candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline and should have a valid driving license. The selection procedure includes written test, physical efficiency test, followed by personality test and medical examination.

SSC Exam Pattern

 

New Pattern for SSC CGL 2018 Exam

The revised exam pattern for SSC CGL includes four tiers – Tier 1 (Preliminary Exam), Tier 2 (Mains), Tier 3 (Descriptive), and Tier 4 (DEST/CPT).

 

Understand the elaborate pattern given below for all the tiers of SSC CGL Exam.

 

SSC CGL Tier 1 Pattern

 

PartSubjectMax. MarksQuestionsTime Allotted
AGeneral Intelligence & Reasoning502560 Minutes (80 Minutes for disabled candidates)
BGeneral Awareness5025
CQuantitative Aptitude5025
DEnglish Comprehension5025 

 

Total questions asked are 100, comprising of 200 marks. Each question would carry 2 marks.

 Paper Mode: Tier 1 will be conducted online.

 Negative Marking: There will be negative marking of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer you make.

Questions will be of the Objective type with multiple choices. Candidates can choose their Medium as Hindi or English.

You have to qualify Tier 1 exam to move on to Tier 2.

 

SSC CGL Tier 2 Pattern

 

PaperSubjectsMax. MarksQuestionsTime Allotted
IQuantitative Ability2001002 Hours (2 Hours 40 Minutes for PWD Candidates)
IIEnglish Language & Comprehension2002002 Hours (2 Hours 40 Minutes for PWD Candidates)
IIIStatistics2001002 Hours (2 Hours 40 Minutes for PWD Candidates)
IVGeneral Studies (Finance and Economics)2001002 Hours (2 Hours 40 Minutes for PWD Candidates)

 

 Paper Mode: Tier 2 will be conducted online.

 Negative Marking: There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks in Paper-II and 0.50 marks in Paper-I, Paper-III, and Paper IV for each wrong answer.

Questions will be of the Objective type with multiple choices. Candidates can choose their Medium as Hindi or English.

You have to qualify Tier 2 exam to move on to Tier 3.

Paper-I & II are compulsory for all the categories of posts.

Paper-III is only for those candidates who apply for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and who are shortlisted in Tier-I for this Post/ Paper.

Paper IV is only for those candidates who are shortlisted in Tier-I for Paper-IV i.e. for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer

As knowing the pattern is not enough to start your preparation, you might wish to grab the complete syllabus. See below the detailed SSC CGL 2018 Exam Syllabus:

 

SSC CGL Tier 3 Pattern

 

Mode of ExaminationScheme of ExaminationMarksTime
Pen and PaperDescriptive Paper in English/Hindi (writing of Essay /Precis /Letter/Application Writing etc.10060 minutes (80 Minutes for VH and candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy)

 

The exam would be a descriptive type.

 Paper Mode: Tier 3 would be an offline paper.

It will carry 100 marks and the duration of the paper would be one hour.

This Tier has been introduced to assess the writing skills of the candidates which are necessary for Government jobs.

The Paper would comprise writing of an Essay / Passage of 250 words and Letter / Application Writing of approximately 150 words.

The qualifying marks in Tier-III would be 33 per cent.

The paper will have to be written either in Hindi or in English.

The questions in this paper would be of 10+2 standard.

The marks obtained by the candidates in Tier I & Tier II, together, would determine the eligibility of the candidates to appear in Tier III & Tier IV.

 

SSC CGL Tier 4 Pattern (wherever applicable)

 

Mode of ExaminationScheme of ExaminationMarksTime
Data Entry Skill Test (DEST) / Computer Proficiency Test (CPT)Same as published in the Notice of ExaminationQualifyingSame as published in the Notice of Examination

 

Tier-IV of the Examination would continue to be the Data Entry Skill Test (DEST) /Computer Proficiency Test (CPT).

The exam is qualifying in Nature.

Computer Proficiency Test => for Asst. Section Officer in CSS, Assistant Section Officer (MEA), Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines and Inspector (Central Excise), Inspector (Preventive Officer) & Inspector (Examiner) in CBEC, Assistant Section Officer in AFHQ.

Data Entry Skill Test at Speed of 8000 key depressions per hour => for Tax Assistant post only.

Fee Structure

SL.NOCOURSE NAMECLASS TIMINGFEES
1SUB-INSPECTOR / SSCTILL EXAM18,000/-
2ALL CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EXAMS
(SSC / RRB / BANKING)
1 YEAR40,000/-

Faculty List – 2018

 

S.NoNAMESubjectExperience

 

HISTORY

1.Mr. SriramHistory (Ancient & Medieval India)

More than 7 Years Experience & Expert in the field of Ancient & Medieval India

 

2.Mr. DhineshHistory (Modern India)

More than 3 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Modern India

 

 

CONSTITUTION

 

3.Mr. SanthoshConstitution

More than 5 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Fundamental Rights & Union Administration

 

4.Mr. Ranjith

More than 7 Years Experience& Expert in Indian Governments & Administrations

 

5.Mr. Elaiyaraja

More than 3 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Amendments,  Commission and Committees

 

6.Ms. Sangeetha

More than 2Years Experience& Expert in the field of Constitution body and non-constitution body

 

ECONOMICS

 

7.Mr. VijayaBaskarEconomics

More than 4Years Experience& Expert in the field of Expert in Government schemes and poverty allegation programme

 

8.Mr. Dhamodharan

More than 5Years Experience& Expert in the field of Expert in Basic Concepts of Economics, Current trends, Banking and Five year Plans & Social Issues

 

9.Mr. Tamil Selvan

More than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of Expert in Tamil Nadu Economy and Current Economic Issues

 

GEOGRAPHY

 

10.Mr. MohanIndian GeographyMore than 5 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Indian Geography
11.Mr. Arjun KumarWorld GeographyMore than 12Years Experience& Expert in the field of  World Geography
12.Mr. ShankarPhysical GeographyMore than 2Years Experience& Expert in the field of  Physical Geography

APTITUDE

 

13.Mr. RichardQuantitative AptitudeMore than 5 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Quantitative Aptitude
14.Mr. MohanQualitative Aptitude

More than 5 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Qualitative Aptitude

15.Mr. Kamal  Reasoning

More than 5 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Reasoning

General tamil
16.Mr. PrabhurajTamil (Ilakkanam)

More than 12Years Experience& Expert in the field of Tamil (Ilakkanam)

17.Mr. RameshTamil (Ilakkiyam)

More than 8Years Experience& Expert in the field of Tamil (Ilakkiyam)

18.Mrs. MadhumithaTamil (Ilakkiyam) (School Book)

More than 5 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Tamil (Ilakkiyam) (School Book)

 

19.Mr. MuruganTamil (Ilakkanam)

More than 10Years Experience& Expert in the field of Tamil (Ilakkanam)

20.Mr. ElumalaiTamil (Ilakkanam)

More than 8Years Experience& Expert in the field of Tamil (Ilakkanam)

 

General ENGLISH

 

21.Mr. SureshLiterature

More than 21Years Experience& Expert in the field of Literature

 

22.Mr. RichardLiterature

More than 10Years Experience& Expert in the field of Literature

 

 

23.Mrs. VijayakumariGrammar

More than 20Years Experience& Expert in the field of Grammar

 

24.Mrs. MeenaGrammar

More than 25Years Experience& Expert in the field of Grammar

 

PHYSICS
25.Ms. IlakkiyaGeneral PhysicsMore than 5Years Experience& Expert in the field of General Physics
26.Dr. Keerthana (Presidency)Bio-Physics

More than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of Bio-Physics

 

27.Mr. GaneshApplications of Physics

More than 2Years Experience& Expert in the field of Applications of Physics

 

CHEMISTRY
28.Mr. SriramChemistryMore than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of Chemistry
29.Mr. DhanalakshmiMore than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of Chemistry
30.Mr. Santhosh

More than 3 Years Experience& Expert in the field of Chemistry

 

BOTANY
31.Mrs. Maheswari (M.phil)

Life Science &

Bio-Diversity

More than 8Years Experience& Expert in the field of Life Science & Bio-Diversity
32.Mr. BalaMurugan

Environment & Ecology

 

More than 8Years Experience& Expert in the field of Environment & Ecology
ZOOLOGY
33.Dr. Tamil SelvanPhysiology

More than 8Years Experience& Expert in the field of Physiology

 

34.Dr. Krishna MoorthiEndocrine SystemMore than 7Years Experience& Expert in the field of Endocrine System
35.Mrs. ChitraGenetics & Human Diseases

More than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of Genetics & Human Diseases

 

Current Affairs
36.Mr. MeeranIndian Current Issues

More than 5Years Experience& Expert in the field of Indian Current Issues

 

37.Mr. DhineshWorld Current AffairsMore than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of World Current Affairs
38.Mr. KaviyarasanTamil Nadu Current IssuesMore than 3Years Experience& Expert in the field of Tamil Nadu Current Issues
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
39.Mr. SriramGeneral Knowledge

More than 8Years Experience& Expert in the field of General Knowledge

 

40.Mr. ThandavanGeneral KnowledgeMore than 5Years Experience& Expert in the field of General Knowledge