Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board has released an official notification on Advertisement number 03/2021 on dsssb.delhi.gov.in on 27th May 2021. DSSSB has announced fresh 5807 TGT vacancies to be recruited for the Recruitment of 2021-22. On 12th May DSSSB has released a notification for the recruitment of 7236 vacancies for TGT, LDC, Counsellor, Head Clerk, Patwari, and Assistant Teacher posts on advertisement no 02/2021. The total number of vacancies released now will be 13043. The online registration process for Advt. No 02/2021 is active till 24th June 2021 and for fresh vacancies, the registration will be active from 04th June 2021.
This is the golden opportunity for the candidates who want to work with the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board as a huge number of vacancies are released. The candidates who are preparing for SSC CGL, as well as SSC CHSL, can prepare or apply for DSSSB. The eligibility criteria, as well as the syllabus, are the same for all these exams. Many candidates are preparing for the SSC examination to get their dream job, as the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board also released huf=ge number of vacancies which can be helpful for the candidates who are preparing for government exams.
Similarities Between the DSSSB and SSC
In this section, we are going to go through the similarities between the DSSSB and SSC. The candidates must be eligible for the examination. As we can see the detailed exam pattern is almost the same for both examinations. Let us go through this .
|General Awareness||General Intelligence and Reasoning|
|General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability||General Awareness|
|Arithmetical & Numerical Ability||Quantitative Aptitude|
|English Language & Comprehension||English Comprehension|
|Total Marks 100||Total marks 100|
SSC CGL: 0.50 marks
SSC CHSL: 0.50 marks
|Number of questions:200 for 200 marks||Number of questions: 100 for 200 marks|
|Exam Duration 2 hours||Exam Duration 1 hour|
|Includes the Hindi Language||Does not includes the Hindi Language|
Go through the exam pattern which is almost similar for both the exams.
DSSSB Exam Pattern For LDC
|Subject||No. of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|General Awareness||40||40||2 Hours|
|General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability||40||40|
|Arithmetical & Numerical Ability||40||40|
|English Language & Comprehension||40||40|
Candidates must go through the detailed syllabus of SSC CGL and SSC CHSL:
Exam Pattern for SSC CHSL
|Section||SSC CHSL Subject||No of Questions||Max Marks||Exam Duration|
|1||General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50||60 minutes|
Exam Pattern for SSC CGL:
|Sections||No. of Questions||Total Marks||Time Allotted|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50||A cumulative time of 60 minutes (80 minutes
for disable/Physically handicapped Candidates)
As we can compare there is a similarity between the exam pattern the candidates can prepare for DSSSB also. For more details, candidates must go thri=ough the below links.
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