SSC Vs Bank Vs RRB NTPC Exams
SSC Vs Bank Vs RRB NTPC Exams: In the quest to grab a government job, candidates are often seen to be confused about the best suitable option for them. The three government job examinations that the majority of candidates dream of include SSC, RRB NTPC, and Banking exams. Are you a newbie in this competition? Are you looking for the best comparison between SSC, Railways, and Banking exams? In this post, we are highlighting the major differences between SSC, RRB NTPC, and Banking exams. You can put an end to your dilemma and decide what you want to prepare for based on your preferences.
What are SSC, RRB NTPC, and Banking Exams?
|Staff Selection Commission conducts SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level), SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) and
various other exams for the recruitment of Group B, C & D posts in top-level central government institutions.
|Railway Recruitment Board conducts the NTPC exam for recruitment in the
Non-Technical Popular Categories of Railways.
|Banking exams are conducted mainly by IBPS (Institute of
Banking Personnel Selection). IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI PO, RBI etc are various Bank Exams.
Posts Covered under the three categories
Candidates recruited by SSC are appointed in various ministries under the central government comprising of the posts below as per the SSC CGL & SSC CHSL exams:
|RRB NTPC||The posts under RRB NTPC for recruitment in Railways are:
The posts covered under various Banking examinations for the recruitment to banks under IBPS, SBI, RBI etc are:
SSC, RRB NTPC, and Banking Exams: Eligibility Criteria
|Category||Age Limit||Educational Qualifications|
||Clerk & PO: Degree (Graduation) in any discipline|
SSC, RRB NTPC and Banking Exams: Selection Process
- Click here for SSC CGL Exam Pattern: Check Tier 1 and 2 Pattern
- Click here to SSC CHSL Exam Pattern
- Click here for RRB NTPC Exam Pattern
- IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern
SSC, Banking and RRB NTPC Exams: Post Wise Pay Scale
Here we have in detail mentioned the SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, RRB NTPC, and Banking. Candidates can easily compare the SSC, Banking, and RRB exams.
SSC CGL Pay Scale
The pay scale for each level under SSC CGL posts is:
- Pay Level-8 (Rs 47600 to 151100)
- Pay Level-7 (Rs 44900 to 142400)
- Pay Level 6 (Rs 35400 to 112400)
- Pay Level-5 (Rs 29200 to 92300)
- Pay Level-4 (Rs 25500 to 81100)
SSC CHSL Pay Scale
|LDC/ JSA||Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs.1900 (pre-revised)|
|PA/ SA||Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)|
|DEO||Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)|
|DEO Grade ‘A’||Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)|
RRB NTPC Pay Scale
The salary structure under RRB NTPC ranges from the initial pay of Rs 19900 to Rs Rs 35400. The salary structure updated as per the 7th Pay Commission is categorized under levels 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 and provided in the link given below:
Banking Posts Pay Scale
- The IBPS Clerk pay scale is 11765-655/3-13730-815/3-16175-980/4-20095-1145/7-28110-2120/1-30230/1310-1-31540.
- The pay scale of a Bank Probationary Officer is 23700 – 980/7 – 30560 – 1145/2 – 32850 – 1310/7 – 42020 including Dearness Allowance, HRA, CCA, Medical Aid, Leave Fare Concession, etc.
Note: Revised banking pay scale will be updated soon.
- Click here for IBPS Clerk Salary
- Click here for IBPS PO Salary
SSC, RRB NTPC, and Banking Exams: Application Fee To Apply
SSC, RRB NTPC, and Banking Exams: Duration Taken to complete the Selection Process
The total duration taken by the three examinations to complete the entire recruitment process varies as per the exam.
Can be extended further for the final appointment
|The notification was released in Feb 2019.
Minimum 3-4 years as per previous records.
|8-10 months for the final result|
The major differences between SSC, RRB NTPC, and banking exams have been listed here. You can prepare for the exam that you find the best for yourself by looking at the exam pattern, job profile, and other criteria. Click on the links provided below to know about each of the examinations in detail: