give me complete information of CBI-S.I. exam (combine graduate level exam -ssc).give me syallbus.

0 192 Views | Posted 2011-09-22 18:35:09

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-23 21:33:21
    Hi Deepak,
    There are three stages in SSC - Combined Graduate level Examination:
    Stage 1: Consists of preliminary Exams
    Stage 2: Consist of the Main Exams
    Stage 3: Personality test/Interview
    The first stage is common for all categories. Questions are in English and Objective multiple type:
    The subjects included are:
    Part I- General Intelligence & General Awareness
    Part II - Arithmetic
    The main examination will consist of two parts - Part- I: Written Examination and Part –II: Personality Test.
    The subjects included are:
    General .Studies
    Language Comprehension
    Communication Skill and Writing (Hindi &English)
    Stage 3 - Personality
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    Ankit | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-22 21:11:12
    to become SI in CBI through Combined graduate total you have to Clear papers first Pre and then Mains in Pre there are 200 Questions Which includes 50 question of Aptitude , 50 - Reasoning , 50 - English and 50 - GK and GA . minimum 85 - 90 marks you have to score to get eligible for Mains.

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