[Job Profile] SSC-CGL: desk jobs, field jobs, CSS, Assistant, auditors, inspectors: income tax, excise, preventive officer: promotion, posting, job profiles

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  1. Prologue
  2. Desk job or Field job?
    1. Assistants
      1. Assistants: Promotion opportunities
      2. CSS (Assistant in Central Secretariat Service)
      3. Assistant (CSS): Job Profile
      4. Work diversity: CSS vs Other assistants
      5. CSS vs Inspectors (Income Tax, Excise etc)
      6. Assistant in MEA: Work Profile
      7. MEA: General vs Cypher Assistant (Difference)
      8. Assistant in Railways
      9. Assistants: remaining
    2. Divisional Accountant
    3. Auditor & Accountants (Non-Interview)
    4. CGDA vs C&AG
    5. CGDA (defence) posting
    6. Auditor:Promotion (CGDA)
    7. Tax Assistants (TA)
    8. Tax Assistant: Posting and Promotion
    9. Upper Division clerk
  3. Field jobs: (Inspectors)
    1. Tax authorities: CBDT vs CBEC
      1. Inspectors: Income Tax, Excise, Customs, Examiner
        1. ACR (Annual Confidential reports)
        2. Income Tax Inspector:Work Profile
        3. Income Tax inspector: Good or bad?
      2. Physical requirements (Indirect Taxes)
      3. Excise inspector vs Preventive Officer: Work Profile
      4. Preventive Officer vs Examiner: Work profile
      5. Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)
    2. CBI Sub-Inspector
    3. CBI: Physical requirement
    4. CBI Subinspector: Work profile
    5. Narcotics inspector/Subins.
    6. Postal inspector
  4. By the way how to prepare SSC CGL exam?


  • Many aspirants have doubts regarding what to fill up in “Preference order” for the SSC-CGL job application?
  • So, following information should help you get some idea.
  • Please note: I’ve not written this article all by myself. Most of this stuff is copypasted from the inputs given by some serving officers and pagalguy members, including csl180, prince1 and others.
  • If you want to add update /correction / elaboration regarding these jobs, please do post your inputs in comments at the bottom of this article.


First thing you must decide: Do you want a…

Desk job or Field job?

Desk job

Field job

  • Assistants, Auditors, Accountants, Tax-assistants, upper division clerks.
  • Inspectors (income tax, excise, preventive officers, examiners), CBI, narcotics etc.
  • No physical standard (height, chest, weight)
  • The working hours of desk job are “fixed”. (in most cases, except Assistant (cypher).
  • It’s like office to home, home to office.
  • So if your ultimate aim is preparing for some other exam (UPSC/CAT etc) then these are the “right” jobs because of the “City –posting” (Delhi or some State HQ).
  • Field jobs involve travelling, carrying out raids, inspections, surveillance etc.
  • Sometimes you might need to work in non-office hours or even Sundays.
  • Less than field job (at the initial level).
  • Social status, nuisance power of field job is higher compared of desk job.
  • I mean, in terms of impressing your parents, siblings, friends, college-batchmates, relatives in your village and girlfriend and her parents.
  • Peace of mind.
  • Office-to-home, home-to-office.
  • Hardly any transfers. (except MEA assistant)
  • comfortable for family and social life.
  • (some of these) Jobs involve stress, dealing with informants, power-brokers, pressure-tactics, backstabbing bastards (within your department).
  • Almost all of these jobs involve transfer from one city to another.
  • Therefore family/social life=little bit of trouble.
  • No uniform
  • No weapons.
  • No adventure.
  • Includes uniform (some jobs), weapons training
  • Some adventure (raids etc) although nothing very “dangerous”. (For Dangerous stuff you’ve to apply for CDS or CAPF).
  • So first decide-what do you want: Desk job or Field job?
  • Second Question: do you want to permanently shift to Delhi or not? Because If you don’t want to shift to Delhi, then job of Assistant in CSS and various Central Ministries=useless for you.
  • Similarly, if you don’t want to leave India, then MEA assistant =useless.

Now, we’ll see the Desk jobs, and in the later part of the article, we’ll see the Field jobs.


They’re of two types

  1. Central Secretariat services (CSS)
  1. Other than CSS (e.g. Assistant in railways, Election Commission, coast guard etc.)

Assistants: Promotion opportunities

  1. Assistant (you join here)
  2. Section Officer (Group B Gazetted). To become SO, you have to pass departmental test, conducted by UPSC. If you don’t pass exam, you get promotion very late (after 10-12 years).
  3. Under Secretary
  4. Deputy Secretary
  5. Joint Secretary.

CSS (Assistant in Central Secretariat Service)

Job codeNameSalary
AAssistant in Central Secretariat Service (CSS)Pay Band –II f 9300-34800GP 4600

Assistant (CSS): Work Profile

  • Work=files, files and files and then more files.
  • But 3 hrs of work daily: from answering RTI of people to Cabinet note making to answering parliament questions to working on daily receipts
  • It is like you’re given the project, and you made the dealing hand. Now report the problem in short about the project and tell your recommendations on what can be done.
  • If your seniors like they will accept it or else they will tell their own decisions etc=this is CSS work.

Promotion speed: CSS vs other Assistants

  • In CSS, the promotion from Assistant to Section Officer, you have vacancies like 200 , 250 etc
  • In other places like MEA or railways you’ll have 5 ,10 etc.so promotions are faster in CSS.

Work diversity: CSS vs Other assistants

  • If you become Assistant in say Railways, then you’re stuck in Railways forever.
  • But CSS offers you wider variety of postings like in Ministry of consumer affairs, home, finance, education, civil aviation, law etc.
  • Therefore, your scope and work-diversity is huge. (just like an IAS officer).

CSS vs Inspectors (Income Tax, Excise etc)

CSS (Desk Job)Income Tax/Excise inspectors
Desk jobField job.
LowWork Pressure / stress is high
Good for preparing UPSC (because you’re in Delhi, the Mecca of UPSC preparation)Less.
LowYou can earn more (via bribes), provided that you know your job, duties well, otherwise people (your own colleges and bosses) will stab you in the back and you’ll be suspended hahaha.
For those who want to enjoy family and social life, peace of mind, and are not obsessed with money.Promotion, name, fame, money (but comes at the cost of social life)
Permanent posting in Delhi until you retire.Transfers, deputation, field posting.
Once you get promoted to Under Secretary, you get free air-tickets during travel.Not applicable. But you get free petrol, free mobile card etc in some jobs.
  • So it should be clear to you that in Desk job: first preference = CSS (Job application code “A”).

Assistant in MEA: Work Profile

  • It is one of the most sought Assistant post under SSC-CGL.
  • Why? Because charm of 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 (perhaps upto Rs 1,25,000).
  • But here is the problem: in the foreign countries, the cost of living, is also high!
  • For example $1500 is big amount when converted in Indian Rupees, but inside America, you can buy very few things.
  • And one can be posted in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Irak, Libya too.
  • but nothing to fear on this count as while sending one to an other country on posting he is given a few choices for the needed postings and he is posted according to those choices preferably. 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.
  • Let’s do comparison of these two assistants under MEA (Ministery of External affairs)

MEA: General vs Cypher Assistant (Difference)

MEA Assistant (General)

MEA Assistant (Cypher)

SSC-CGL-2013 job Application code “E”Code “F”
  • General filing-reporting type work.
  • They have to do the task of coding and decoding in addition of some highly confidential language.
  • Less
  • Cypher Asst got more foreign posting than general Asst
  • 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
  • promotional avenues are better in General Asst. You can go upto level of Under Secretary.
  • Less chance.
  • No night shifts.
  • Cypher has night shifts because of time-zone difference between India and foreign country
  • And it’s like u have to work for 6 days and then 2 days off. And 2 days will be night shift.
  • One can get his first promotion after about 15-17 years if he will not clear departmental examination and after clearing departmental examination, it will take around 8 odd years.
  • Verdict: if you originally wanted to be an IFS officer, but it did not work out, then perhaps this is the job you should try for.
  • If you want to permanently stay in India, then don’t tick these job-codes (application code “E and F”)

Assistant in Railways

  • Job Code is “D”
  • Assistant in railways: good job ,you’ll get 1 pass for family ( to and fro) anywhere in India free and 3 passes for family (to and fro) in which u pay 1/3rd of amount
  • all this for tier 2 AC ticket..then railway has its own railway homes all over India ..so you can stay there at a very cheap rate, if you using railway passes!



Always in Railways.Posting in variety of department and ministries= life is not monotonous.
Posting in various cities/regional HQ for example Lucknow.Always in Delhi till he retires.

Assistants: remaining

Job codeName
BAssistant Central Vigilance Commission
CAssistant Intelligence Bureau
GArmed forces Headquarters
HOther Ministries/ Departments/Organisations (Grade pay 4600)
IOther Ministries/ Departments/Organisations but gradepay is 4200.
  • Please note: these may or may not involve Permanent Delhi posting.
  • For example,Other organization >>Election Commission =always in Delhi.
  • But other organization >>Coast guard=sometimes in Chennai (Eastern command) and sometimes Kolkata (North Eastern Command).
  • To sumup, if you want “assistant” job, select A to I job codes first. But Internal choice (A,E,F… or E,F,A.. or whatever) that is as per your career-interest.

Moving to other desk jobs: Auditors and accountants

Divisional Accountant

Job CodeNameSalary
QDivisional accountant (under CAG)Group “C”
Pay Band –II f 9300-34800. Grade Pay 4200
  • Interview=yes
  • Physical=no.
  • Posting: Once you join as Divisional Accountant in a state, there is no chance of moving outside the state.
  • They’ve have direct engagements with contractors, so they earn (bribes).
  • Divisional Accountant works in Public works departments offices (PWDs) which is a state govt office.
  • Though his payroll comes from State govt, he is always a central govt employee.
  • PWDs need not necessarily be in cities, so you might get posted to any district in a state.
  • Regarding the work, he basically acts as an auditor for all expenses and receipts that go through the PWD, meaning he has to sign off each and every voucher.
  • Since he is Central govt representative in state dept he enjoys great power and respect in the office and works independently, doesn’t need to report to anyone but himself.
  • In terms of pure salary: Divisional accountant is better than Auditors, jr.accountants.

Auditor & Accountants (Non-Interview)

  • Interview is not done for these jobs. (but their salary is also lower compared to Divisional accountant.)
  • Pay Band -I: f 5200-20200, Grade Pay 2800.
  • Posting will be according to your state preference (+depending on merit)
  • through SSC one can become auditor/accountant in two depts, CGDA & C&AG
  • Abbreviations
C&AGComptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG)
CGDAController General of Defence Accounts
CGAController General of Accounts.

Job codes for Auditors and Accountants

XAccountant/Jr.AccountantCGA& Others




  • deals with audit works of defence forces (in various offices around India).
  • central audit dept dealing with state govt audits
  • It comes under CAG so It also has posting in Delhi
  • Has offices in all states as well as Delhi
  • Salary (approx.): 27,000
  • Although salary of DA is less than Income Tax inspector.
  • Approx 21,000
  • The selected candidates for the post of Auditors were allocated departments of C&AG and CGDA in round robin manner of first candidates going to C&AG,
  • second to CGDA, third to C&AG and so on, until the vacancies of the department
  • in the respective category are utilized.
  • The rest of the candidates in that category have been assigned the department with left over vacancies.
  • The same criteria have been used to allocate department of C&AG and CGA to the candidates selected for Jr. Accountants/Accountants.

CGDA (defence) posting

They get posting in only in these cities: click me to see the list of CGDA offices

Experience (of a serving officer in CGDA)

(I’m just copy-pasting this).

  • Auditor is the best amongst all non-interview post.
  • I have been working as a Senior auditor in dad dept.(min. of defence) since 5 years.
  • Auditors are recruited under CAG and CGDA dept. although most vacancies are in CGDA
  • in CGDA you will be appointed as an auditor in defence acctts.

Work profile of Auditor (CGDA)

  • Initially u will get army/navy/airforce/ordnance factory command.
  • You have to do the manual work like passing of bills,auditing pay bills of Staffs, accounting the factory production in factory command.
  • it’s a very good post. You have to work 8 hours(officially) but u can manage.s
  • Saturday-sunday off days.
  • You will get ample time to spent with your family.
  • if bachelor maximum time u can utilize for your higher preparation. (UPSC)
  • salary wise it is a very good post. initially you will get minimum 21 thousand in A class cities including HRA

Auditor:Promotion (CGDA)

  • You will get automatically promoted to Senior Auditor (grade pay 4200) in 3 years .
  • You will get a chance to sit for deptmental SAS exam for the ppst of AAO (Gazette post) after completion of 2 years.
  • Promotion wise its a good dept. over all i have enjoyed thoroughly as an Auditor.
  • so i will recommend each and every one(those who got selected in non interview post category) to give auditor as his first preference.

(end of copy paste).
Ok so far we saw Desk Jobs>>Assistant, Auditors, Accountants.
Now next Desk Job

Tax Assistants (TA)

Job codeTax assistant in
ZCBDT (Direct tax)
@CBEC (Excise and Customs)
  • Both are Group “C” Pay Band -I: f 5200-20200 (grade pay: 2400)
  • Interview=no
  • physical=no
  • Data-entry test=yes.

Tax Assistant: Posting and Promotion

  • Promotion : after promotion you rise to inspector level, and then to officer level.
  • The inspector level is the same as the one people get through CGL (direct inspect in Income tax or Excise department)
  • So joining as TA, you begin at one step lower.
  • Promotion wise, CBDT (direct tax) is far better than CBEC.
  • Both of these are transferable jobs. when you become a senior, you are automatically transferred to your home town for convenience.

Upper Division clerk

YUpper division clerkCentral Govt. Offices/Ministries other
than CSCS cadres
Pay Band -I: f 5200-20200
  • (Mostly) Delhi posting. He gets transferred from one ministry to another.
  • Promotion : Upper Division clerk-> Assistant (generally after 5-7 years)
  • Assistant>to>Section officer.

Ok this concludes discussion on “Desk Jobs”.
Now moving to Field jobs: Inspectors in Income Tax, Excise, CBI, Narcotics etc.

Field jobs: (Inspectors)

  • I classify them under : Tax and Non-Tax
  • Tax means Direct (Income tax) and indirect tax.(customs and Excise)
  • Non tax means: CBI, narcotics and postal Department.

Let’s start with Tax inspectors

Tax authorities: CBDT vs CBEC

First understand the difference

Direct tax

  • Levied on your income and property.
  • Income tax, corporate tax, capital gains tax are examples of Direct tax.
  • Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) deals with it.

Indirect tax

  • Levied on goods and services.
  • Service tax, custom-excise are examples of Indirect tax.
  • Central Board of Excise duty (CBEC) deals with it.
  • Note: Sales tax is also an indirect tax, but State Governments look after it.

Inspectors: Income Tax, Excise, Customs, Examiner

OrganizationDirect tax (CBDT)Indirect Tax (CBEC)
InspectorIncome Tax InspectorExcise inspectorPreventive officer (Custom officer)Examiner
Application Job codeJKLM
SalaryPay Band –II f 9300-34800 GP: 4600
Physical testNOYesYesYes
UniformNoYes (Khakhi) but optional.Yes (White) Always have to wear.NO
First promotion:Group B Gazetted*Income Tax officer (ITO)SuperintendentSuperintendent of CustomsAppraiser
2nd Promotion Group A*(IRS)Assistant CommissionerAssistant CommissionerAssistant commissionerAssistant commissioner
subsequent promotions:Deputy Commissioner.
then Joint Commissioner > Addl. Commissioner > Commissioner
Deputy CommissionerSuperintendent of CustomsDeputy Commissioner
then Joint Commissioner > Addl. Commissioner > Commissioner

*notes on promotion

  1. You’ve to pass departmental exam to get promotion but it is for “screening”, otherwise promotion is actually given based on your zonal seniority.
  2. In Income Tax and Excise, initial years= you get posting only in the given zone. But once you get the “group-A” promotion that is Assistant Commissioner= you can be posted all india.
  3. Because those Group A jobs are just same like direct recruitment via UPSC civil service exam.
  4. According to All India Association of Central Excise Officers, the people joining in Income tax (CBDT) and Examiner (CBEC) get more promotions (6-7!) while Excise inspectors get barely 1-2 promotions, despite joining in the same year.
  5. Qualification for an ITI to get promoted to ITO is 3 years, though seniority also plays a major role in promotions. So basically it takes atleast 4-6 years to get promoted to ITO(considering the fact that one clears departmental exam in time), depending on the zone. (input by Rahul, CGL 2010).

Now let’s check the work profile of individual inspectors under Tax authorities

Income Tax Inspector:Work Profile

He can be posted in one of the following two areas (transferable on cyclic basis)

Assessment of tax

Non assessment

  • He has to do assessment of income tax to be imposed on an individual, partnership firm, company etc;
  • He has 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 Income tax Inspector on non-assessment seat generally has to do do clerical work though he too could be asked to accompany a raid team.
  • He is part of the raiding party.
  • No.
  • He is entitled for 30 liter of petrol if posted on assessment seat.
  • He also 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 whether STD or LOCAL are free for every month.
  • This SIM is provided to every ITI irrespective of the seat he is posted at.

Income Tax inspector: Good or bad?



  1. public dealing & regards
  2. good promotion
  3. opportunity to prove your talent
  4. good pay & other benefits
  5. good workplace and environment
  1. vulnerable post involving risks of making enemies..
  2. Post is under strict vigilance by CVC.
  3. Lots of departmental jealousy over coveted postings (=have to be alert of the backstabbing bastards)
  4. departmental complains from colleagues and public can get you in trouble very easily.
  5. too much hardwork & treachery to remain in importance.

Now let’s talk about the inspectors associated with indirect taxes viz. excise inspector, prevention officer and examiner.

Physical requirements (Indirect Taxes)

Following are the requirements for Central Excise/Examiner/Preventive Officer/Inspector & Sub-Inspector In Central Bureau of Narcotics.

Height157.5cm152 cms
WeightNA48kg minimum
Chest81 cm fully expandedNA
Walking1600 metres in 15 minutes1 Km. in 20 minutes
Cycling8 Kms. In 30 minutes3 km in 25 mins.

Height relaxation

In case of Garwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas and ST candidates.

Height relaxable by 5 cms.Height relaxable by 2.5 cms.Weight by 2 Kgs.

Ok now let’s check the work profiles

Excise inspector vs Preventive Officer: Work Profile


Excise & Service Tax

Customs (Preventive Officer)

  • You have certain number of factory units or business entities under you.
  • Your job is to scrutinize records to verify that the correct amount of the tax has been paid (according to production of particular goods).
  • have some control over the production, money making capacity of community industrialist, business men, etc. your area of working is defined.
    Even in the Customs Intelligence Agency like DRI, the most of the personnel belong to Central Excise. Thus, the Central Excise category officers have multi-skilled expertise
  • for those wanting an adventurous jobs, area of work is very broadly defined.
  • in special cases you can also go out of your area also to nab a culprit, which gives u some more power than CE excise, ServiceTax or an Income Tax Inspector.
  • Its a kind of job of both collecting intelligence as well as prevention- be prepared to work day and night, far away from your home.
  • sometimes they conduct raids etc but not so adventurous or risky.
  • Customs always surrounded by enemies.: on one direction there are smugglers/culprits and on the other hand are unsatisfied colleagues trying to ruin your hardwork by intruding into your information, network and assignments.(=backstabbing bastards)

Preventive Officer vs Examiner: Work profile

Preventive officer


  • white
  • It Is more about intelligence gathering and raids.
  • Checking boats, cargos, containers coming from foreign ports.
  • auction and disposal of confiscated goods.
  • a preventive officer also acts as a facilitator of trade and commerce and tourism.
  • examine the goods imported or to be exported and assessing duty on that.
  • These are all “Tax” officers.(direct or indirect).
  • There is one more officer associated with taxation: Assistant Enforcement officer (AEO). But he doesn’t fall under CBDT or CBEC. He is under Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue.
  • Enforcement directorate basically looks into 1) Moneylaundering 2)FERA, FEMA (Foreign exchange)

Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)

  • If posted in the field, he carries out regular inspector type of work, viz.
  1. prevention of money laundering,
  2. to conduct searches of suspected persons, conveyances and premises
  3. seize incriminating materials (including Indian and foreign currencies involved),
  4. to arrest and prosecute the person suspected to be involved in the act of money laundering, etc.

Assistant Enforcement Officer: Posting

10 zonal offices

11 sub-zonal offices

Headed by Joint DirectorBy Deputy director
Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and MumbaiBhubaneswar, Calicut, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Madurai, Nagpur, Patna, Srinagar and Varanasi

Now let’s talk about non-tax inspectors.

CBI Sub-Inspector

Job codeNamePay
OCBI sub-inspector (group B) earlier he was in “C” but recently changed to “B”Pay Band –II f 9300-34800GP 4200
  • interview=yes
  • physical=yes

CBI: Physical requirement


  • For men – 165 cms.
  • For women – 150 cms.
  • Height relaxable for Hillsmen and Tribals : 5 cms.


  • 76 cms. with expansion (There shall be no such requirement in case of female candidates)


  • Eye-sight (with or without glasses)
  • Distant vision : 6/6 in one and 6/9 in the other eye.
  • Near vision 0.6 in one eye and 0.8 in other eye.

No physical test (like running, cycling carried out, unlike those indirect tax inspector jobs).

CBI Subinspector: Work profile

  • Life in CBI is stressful due to heavy workload and deadlines there.
  • Training duration is 32 weeks involving physical training and training on criminal and anti-corruption laws. During the training the daily physical activity includes 2 km run, PT, Drill in the morning and Games/Unarmed Combat Course in the evening.
  • It is not a 24 x 7 job; but sometimes the work streches beyond the usual working hours i.e. sometimes 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 for that matter any rank in CBI 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.

Narcotics inspector/Subins.

Central Bureau of Narcotics=CBN

Job codeNamePay
SInspectorPay Band –II f 9300-34800GP 4200
#SubinspectorPay Band -I: f 5200-20200, GP=2400.
  • Mrunal edit: still searching for job profile, posting, promotion etc. if you’ve information, kindly post it in comments.

Postal inspector

  • Well this doesn’t really count as “field job” because Field job=social status and nuisance power- unfortunately postal inspector gets neither.

Update: input from Mr.Abhi D.
Inspector of Posts (IP) is either posted as Subdivisonal Inspector or IP-PG(Public Grievance). He/she is incahrge of about 60-70 post offices within his/her subdivison. He/she is appointing authority for GDS (Gramin Dak sevaks and conducts their interview). He/she is assisted in his work by two Mail overseers.He/she gets seperate office and montly allowance for internet and telephone (Rs 750) . He/she is provided with a laptop and he gets his travelling expenses reimbursed by submitting TA(about Rs 2000 for 10 days on tour ).

Job codeNamePay
OInspector of Posts (group B)Pay Band –II f 9300-34800, GP-4200
  • Inspector of posts is there with every postal division.
  • There must be 2 or more divisions in district.
  • Presently the Postal inspector must go to canvass people for getting Postal Life Insurance and also they have to acquire a huge sum for the department.
  • The Department of Posts has given instructions to all circles to enhance their growth by 20 percent- All such burden comes on Postal inspector.

By the way how to prepare SSC CGL exam?

Booklist, strategy, topicwise analysis of last three years, cutoffs everything given in following articles:

General Awareness Tier IClick me
Maths / Quantitative Aptitude for Tier I and IIClick me
Reasoning / General Intelligence for Tier IClick me
English Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension for Tier I and IIClick me
Cut off marks of 2011 and 2012Click me

So far 922 Comments posted

  1. anil

    Hi Mrunal,

    I am graduate in Statistics Hons. but my stats concept has evaporated and don’t want to apply for statistical Officer. Would there be any any problem going forward?

  2. vageesh gaur

    Sir, mujhe WO department bataye jisme main apne man pasand district me join kar saku ya transfer kara saku…….

  3. siva

    please give more info about Assistant Enforcement officer and compare it with Income tax Inspector. plzzzzzzzzzzz

  4. vishal

    Guys ye batayein aap ye cgl 2013 all over india ka hoga kya.aur maine to 2013 cgl form ki application hi delete kr di.ab mera kya hoga…plz help me

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  6. bhaskar

    sir its outstanding but i want to know that in CSS there are only three attempts. Is it really true?

  7. Srinivas

    Dear sir , dis is srinivas
    i had applied for ssc cgl 2014 with all preferences like statistical ,compiler for which i’m not eligible. becaz i’m having engineering background. is it makes any problem to me in future ?

    waiting for ur reply


  8. manish kumar nishad

    sir,please provide some information regarding assistant in intelligence bureau i.e. job profile,postings, promotions etc.
    thank you


    what is the standard marks required for getting interview posts n the previous years last qualifying marks also?


    sir, I know one thing that. I had passed my B.COM with 55%. Could I enter this job…………….pls reply sir it is much impotant for me………………

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    ELIHES à pour but de facilité vos déplacement suite à des grèves de train, un imprévu et au manque de transport dans Paris, le principe est très simple.
    Avec une expérience de plus de 10 ans dans le transport nous vous ouvrons les portes d’un nouveau service à valeurs ajoutés.
    ELIHES met à votre disposition un chauffeur qualifiée permettant de répondre à vos exigences quotidiennes, faire appel à nous, c’est la certitude d’avoir le service qu’il vous faut .

  12. vijaya

    hello sir.
    First of all thanks for your detailed explanation regarding the job profiles postings etc.
    I am working as a jr. asst in a State Govt, and my husband is working as a po in a bank.
    We both are working in two different states. there is no spouse transfer case for my husband. So pls suggest me a good job so that we both get settle within the same state.

  13. [email protected]

    15-304 victoria pet

  14. [email protected]

    heiio sir,
    i am veeresh 28years old and also married which cadre is safe for spending with my family members apart and also suggest best material for ssccgl.

  15. jaspreet singh sodhi

    job description of inspectors and sub inspector of CBN
    The post of an Inspector is an executive post under CBN. The Inspector looks after all the work relating to cultivation as well as enforcement work and such other work as entrusted to him.

    Under the NDPS Act, 1985 the Inspector has been entrusted to perform the functions as indicated in Section 42, 43, 44, 49 and 53 relating to search, seizures and investigation.

    (7)������ SUB-INSPECTOR:
    An opium division comprises an average of 4-5 Ranges. A Sub Inspector in the Opium Division is the� in-charge of a Range. His primary duty is to undertake measurement of the area of all the licensed fields, to ensure that there is no cultivation of opium poppy without a licence.� He attends to all other related functions of his Range. At the time of weighment, the Sub Inspector assists the DOO and attends other work as assigned relating to procurement of opium, despatch of opium consignment to Govt. Opium Factories, etc.

    In addition to the above functions, the Sub-Inspector also attends to the enforcement work and such other work as assigned to him in the field and Hqrs. Office of the Department.

    Under the NDPS Act, 1985 the Sub-Inspector has been entrusted to perform the functions as indicated in Section 42, 43, 44, and 49 relating to search, and seizures.
    for more details please visit official web-site of CBN

  16. avinash singh

    Sir, i am preparing for civil services. Which job is best suitedd for it(no special preference for Delhi). I want a decent job so that even if i cant clear civil, it will work. I am getting 130+ in SSC 2013 Tier1

  17. ashutosh yadav

    sir , i have filled ssc cgl form with random preferance of post . can i change after selection or at the time of interview

  18. Vinod Kumar

    Hi @ Mrunal, I have given my first preferences to all Interview jobs and other preferences to non-interview jobs. suppose If I am disqualified in Interview, then Can I get Non interview jobs?

  19. Rishikesh Banerjee

    Can anyone roughly delineate the promotional avenues in Enforcement Directorate along with the rough time lines and the approximate cash in hand salary of the different posts. Thanks and regards in advance.

  20. abhi


  21. pk

    sir, i could fill only two post of ssc, these are cbi & ed, how much possibility to get these posts as a women candidate.


    sir i am asking that there is typing or cpt test for auditor post,and what is procedure???????

  23. Pratik Ramanuj

    Hello Mrunal sir,
    I have done B.Tech and I am from Gujarat.I am preparing for SSC CGL. I am going to give it next year in 2015. Will u plz let me know when the next CGL will be held bcz this year’s exam is already late. I want to know which post is suitable to get posting in Gujarat.

  24. Pradeep Sharma

    Sub Inspector in CBN:
    An opium division comprises an average of 4-5 Ranges. A Sub Inspector in the Opium Division is the� in-charge of a Range. His primary duty is to undertake measurement of the area of all the licensed fields, to ensure that there is no cultivation of opium poppy without a licence.� He attends to all other related functions of his Range. At the time of weighment, the Sub Inspector assists the DOO and attends other work as assigned relating to procurement of opium, despatch of opium consignment to Govt. Opium Factories, etc.

    In addition to the above functions, the Sub-Inspector also attends to the enforcement work and such other work as assigned to him in the field and Hqrs. Office of the Department.

    Under the NDPS Act, 1985 the Sub-Inspector has been entrusted to perform the functions as indicated in Section 42, 43, 44, and 49 relating to search, and seizures.


    mrunal sir, you have helped me a lot previously also.I am in a great dilema,so again you r d only one who can clear it. Sir, i am probably gettng good marks in SSC CGL and i am expecting interview call and hope to clear the cutoff wd good margin. Sir, i dnt wanna join any field job like EXCISE ,Preventive officer etc. All the desk jobs r mostly in Delhi. i am from kolkata and my parents are very ill. So i am in dire need of a desk job which i can get in kolkata. I read you post and you said that in few desk jobs like coast guard, Rail etc I can get odr city posting apart from Delhi. Can you tell me pls, which r d desk jobs which i get in kolkata or evn if nt immediately,aftr few years i can take home posting( unlike CSS..which is delhi only post). Thanks a lot sir for ur help !!!!

  26. Ajeet Kumar

    Sir, i am getting around 418 marks(obc). I want to apprise you that m physically handicapped(partially,polio in right leg),. the doctors have said dat m not eligible for PH certificate as percentage of handicapped is only abt 15%. I can walk,run and do other activies very easily(with little limping when one see very carefully).
    I can easily do the walking and cycling pre-requisite for custom and excise inspectors,but with slight limping.

    I want to know dat whether m eligible for these posts or there will be problem in future,.??

    1. sanjay

      ya. for sure u r eligible for all those posts for which OL can apply. u r not eligible for CBI sub inspector, AEO, CNB inspector etc.


    hellow sir,

    i am very confused about the procedure SSC follows to allocate the posts and states to the qualified candidates.
    i filled income tax inspector post in first preference and in states preferences filled only 6 states. I want to know will the commission allocate me the same post for the other states or not??? or the commission will move to second preference post without allocating income tax post of other states.
    plz clarify about it………..

  28. Gaurav

    I am giving this ssc cgl exam for the fourth time,not sure whether I had filled css as my preference in my first two attempt or not.So do I take the CPT test n yes than what will happen if I cleared CPT and at the last moment ssc tell me that I am not eligible for this post.Do they consider me for other interview posts.Please reply genuinly.needs posting in Delhi only getting 410 marks

  29. kabir

    Hi mrunal
    I have a question I want to ask…I am from utter Pradesh n in obc category and I have caste certificate of u.p. so for cgl do I have to get it from delhi too.or u.p.Wala hi chalega

  30. Pallav

    if i got selection in css but failed in cpt kya mujhe non interview ke liye consider kiya jayega??? reply please


  31. praveen

    hello sir

    i want to know how much marks would be required (after interview) for the post of income tax inspector???

  32. sumanth

    sir, i got 350 marks in 2013 cgl re exam….category obc….is it compulsory to qualify typing test for non interview posts….

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