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# Mrunal (http://mrunal.

org/)

## [Studyplan] SSC-CGL Maths, Quantitative Aptitude, Algebra,

Trigonometry: Approach, Booklist, Strategy, Free Studymaterial 2013 for
Combined Graduate Level Exam Tier 1, 2

1.

Introduction

2.

3.

4.

5.

#2: Practice

6.

7.

## Books for Maths/Quantitative Aptitude

8.

9.

introduction
Competitive exams are meant for real-men and women. This is no country for crybabies, kids,
college teens and no0bs.So first of all, you must get rid of the following loser mindsets:
1. Yaar this maths is so hard, I cant do it.
2. Im not from science/engineering background hence this is not my cup of tea.
3. Im poor in maths and I cannot improve.
4. Thik hai, dekh lenge. (alright, Ill see).
Maths is not difficult. All it requires is concept clarity + lot of practice. In SSC-CGL exam,
youve to face Mathematics at two stages
Stage

Maths-Questions

Penalty

Tier-I (Prelims)

50 Qs

Negative 0.25

Negative 0.50

## The Approach for Maths, stands on two pillars.

Pillars

1. Conceptual
clarity

2. Lot of
practice

How?
2. Mrunal.org/aptitude (http://www.Mrunal.org/aptitude)
3. For some topics, directly Quantitative aptitude books.
From Quantitative aptitude books.
There are lot of books in market, the question is, which one to refer? It is

## #1: Getting the conceptual clarity

Well divide Maths or Quantitative Aptitude, into topics and further into subtopics.
Your task is to cover one topic at a time, first get conceptual-clarity and then solve maximum
questions at home.
Whenever you learn any shortcut technique, you note it down in your diary.
Similarly, whenever you make any mistake while solving sums, you also note that down in
your diary. Night before the exam, you review that diary of mistakes. (why do this? Because
it is the Art of Aptitude (Click ME (http://mrunal.org/2012/03/strategy-art-of-preparing-foraptitude.html))
Topic

Subtopics

How to approach

1. Divisibility,
remainders
2. LCM and HCF
3. Unknown

Number
theory

numbers

from given

## Finally your Quantitative aptitude book.

conditiofor
4. Fractionscomparisions.

1. Simplification
(BODMAS)

Basic
Maths

2. Surds, indices

## NCERT Class 8 Chap 1

NCERT Class 8 Chap 12
Then NCERT Class 9 Chap 1

3. Roots,
squares,

## Basics from NCERT Class 8 Chap 6 and 7.

Cubes
Mothers age was x and daughters age..
3 mangos and 5 bananas purchased for
X+1/2x+3=3/8 then find X.
1. Linear
equation

## ^This type of stuff. Just practice and youll get a

hang of it.
Basics given in NCERT Class 8 Chap 2 and 9.

Algebra

## Then NCERT Class 9 Chap 4

Lastly NCERT Class 10 Chap 3.
equations,
Polynomials

1. Wine-Water
mixture
(Alligations)
2. Simple

Avg and
Ratios

Average

## Factorization and roots. Heavily asked in Tier-II.

NCERT Class 8 Chap 14
And then NCERT Class 9 Chap 2
Lastly NCERT Class 10 Chap 4
Can be solved without formula. Go through
http://mrunal.org/2012/03/aptitudealligationsmixturesalloys.html
(http://mrunal.org/2012/03/aptitudealligationsmixturesalloys.html)
Lolz

3. RatioProportionvariations

## For ratio-proportion NCERT Class 8 Chap 13.

4. Partnership

http://mrunal.org/2012/05/aptitude-partnership-andprofit-sharing.html
(http://mrunal.org/2012/05/aptitude-partnership-andprofit-sharing.html)

1. Time speed
distance
2. Trains,
platforms

STD

3. Boatsstreams
4. Time and

## All of them can be solved with just one Universal STD

formula. Explained in www.Mrunal.org/aptitude
(http://www.Mrunal.org/aptitude)

Work
5. Pipes and
Cisterns
1. Angles, sides,
bisectors,
circles etc
2. Mensuration

Geometry

## NCERT Class 9 Chap 6, 7, 8 and 10. Quantitative

aptitude book.
Basics explained in NCERT Class 8 Chap 3, 11.

(area and

volume).

3. Trigonometry

## Understand basics from NCERT Class 10 Chap 8 and 9.

Then exam-oriented concepts from your Quantitative
Aptitude book.

Basic %
(increase,
decrease in
consumption,

population)

## Mere extention of % concept. Just practice.

For long division, use this approximation method:
http://mrunal.org/2012/11/aptitude-long-division-two-

Data-

interpretation
cases.

digit-division-calculation-without-tears-and-withoutboring-vedic-speed-maths.html
(http://mrunal.org/2012/11/aptitude-long-division-twodigit-division-calculation-without-tears-and-withoutboring-vedic-speed-maths.html)

Profit, loss,
discount, marked
price.

http://mrunal.org/2012/11/aptitude-concepts-ofmarked-price-and-successive-discounts-profit-losswithout-stupid-formulas.html
(http://mrunal.org/2012/11/aptitude-concepts-ofmarked-price-and-successive-discounts-profit-losswithout-stupid-formulas.html)

Simple and
compound
interest rate

http://mrunal.org/2012/04/aptitude-compoundinterest-rate.html (http://mrunal.org/2012/04/aptitudecompound-interest-rate.html)
But Sometimes a question or two comes in the

1. Permutation

PCP

2. Combination
3. Probability

## Reasoning portion of Tier-I. Hence not much

attention necessary.
But again, they too can be solved without mugging
up formulas: go through various articles on
www.Mrunal.org/aptitude
(http://www.Mrunal.org/aptitude)
Lately SSC has started asking 1-2 question in each

1. Coordinate
Geometry

## of Tier I and II. But they can be solved by merely

Again, rarely asked in SSC. Sometimes a question or

Misc.

2. Progression:
Arithmetic+
Geometry

3. Logerithms

## two comes in the Reasoning portion of Tier-I.

Basically you just have to plug in the values in
formulas. Basics of Arithmetic progression
explained in NCERT Class 10 Chap 5.

## Breakup: SSC-CGL Tier I (2010, 2011, 2012)

Topic

2010

2011

2012

Ratio+Partnership

number theory

Avg+alligation

TSD

Misc.

basic math

11

11

algebra

DI

14

Trigonometry

Geometry

12

Total

50

50

50

## The 2012s Tier-I paper, is trend-breaker. Because

1. The conventional questions from ratio-proportion, basic maths, time-speed-work are asked
for namesake only.
2. Otherwise, Out of 50 Maths questions in tier-I, almost 30 questions are from just
Geometry+Trig+Percentage application.
3. Earlier, they used to ask mostly area-volume-perimeter type questions from Geometry
segment. You just had to plug-in values into the formulas and get the answer.
4. But This 2012s paper has mostly theory based geometry (angle, bisector, tangent, inequality
of triangles etc.)
5. Similarly the difficulty level of algebra, number theory based questions is bit raised.
Or perhaps SSC too decided to employ the BackbreakingTM move of UPSC! Anyways, jokes apart,

## Breakup: SSC-CGL Tier II (2010, 2011, 2012)

Type

2010

2011

2012

basic math

11

Misc.

number theory

DI

10

20

Ratio+Partnership

Avg+alligation

TSD

12

Trigonometry

Algebra

10

13

10

27

18

19

Geometry

14

10

27

Total

100

100

100

Here too, Geometry+Trigonometry have been given emphasis like never before.
Almost 65% of the paper is made up of Geometry, Trig, Percentage and Algebra (and in that

#2: Practice
Merely knowing the concepts or formulas wont help. Because unless you practice different
variety of questions, you wont become proficient in applying those concepts flawlessly in
the actual-exam.
Second, despite knowing concept and formulas, people make silly mistakes either in
calculation or in pluging the values.
Third reason- Tier I has 200 questions in 120 limits. =not even 2 minutes per question. Plus,
questions reasoning and comprehension might take more than 5 minutes! Therefore speed
is essential. Since there is negative marking system, accuracy also matters.
So it is beyond doubt that you have to practice excimer number of questions at home.
The question is where to get the practice? Which book should be used for SSC exam?

## Choice of Quantitative Aptitude Book?

In all competitive exams, uncertainity factor is involved. Despite your best preparation, you
might lose the success-train by 2-3 marks.
Therefore you must never put all eggs in one basket.
While you are preparing for SSC, you should also keep open mind and apply for other

competitive exams, such as IBPS, ACIO, ONGC, Railways, LIC, CDS, Coast Guard etc.
Publication houses will come up with new books for each and every of ^these exams, but we
have neither the time nor the money to buy a new book for every new exam.
Such readymade books are only skimmed down version of original topicbooks. For example,
if there is SSC-FCI exam, or ACIO exam, these people will combine a few topics of GK, maths,
reasoning and english. And present you a book.
Problem= you dont get comprehensive understanding or coverage. Besides, given the
population of India, competition level is always high, irrespective of exam. So half-hearted
Almost all of these exams follow same structure:
1. General awareness
2. Maths
3. Reasoning (Verbal, Non-Verbal)
4. English vocabularly, grammar and comprehension.
How do they differ from each other?= number of questions, difficulty level and inclusion /
exclusion of particular subtopics.
So when youre picking up books for the first time, you should choose the books, that have
universal usefulness for similar exams. That way your time, effort and money will be saved.

## Books for Maths/Quantitative Aptitude

DONOT use Quantitative Aptitude by R.S.Agarwal for SSC-CGL.

## Problems with RS Agarwals Math book:

1. The way SSC-CGL question pattern is transforming, R.S.Agarwals book on Quantitative
aptitude, is just not upto the mark to match this changing environment.
2. Its chapter on Trigonometry (Height and Distance) is simply insufficient to handle SSC-CGL
level bombarding.
3. Similarly coverage of algebra, quadratic equations and number theory is either absent or
just for namesake.
4. Geometry coverage is mostly confined to area-volume-perimeter (=mensuration). But SSC-

## CGL is moving towards Non-mensuration geometry (angle, bisectors, midpoint, circles,

triangles etc.)
5. The printing and presentation is very cluttered. He has written the book assuming that you
were already good at maths from school level.
6. If youre already good at basic concepts, use this book for practicing and improving your
speed, else dont bother, there are better books in market.

Pricing factor
Author

## Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations (S.Chand)

(http://www.flipkart.com/quantitative-aptitude-competitiveexaminations/p/itmdytga2sgpggmg?pid=9788121924986&affid=mrunalrugm)

pid=9789350944141&affid=mrunalrugm)
Fast Track Objective Arithmetic (Arihant) (http://www.flipkart.com/fast-trackobjective-arithmetic/p/itmd68vjuzdcmrs7?
pid=9788183489669&affid=mrunalrugm)

R.S.Agarwal

Sarvesh
Kumar

Rajesh
Verma

The point is, both books of Arihant Publication (Sarvesh or Rajesh) are way better than
R.S.Agarwal, in terms of content, presentation, language and coverage, without being too
expensive than R.S.Agarwals book.
And both of them have universal application for almost all of the competitive exams in India
(for maths segment).
My advice, go with either Rajesh Verma or Sarvesh Kumar. Then the question, which one to
pick up?

## Fast Track Objective

Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma.

## Quantam CAT by Sarvesh Kumar

(http://www.flipkart.com/fast-trackobjectivearithmetic/p/itmd68vjuzdcmrs7?
pid=9788183489669&affid=mrunalrugm)
The size and price factor goes in
favor of this book.
formulas given here and there.
Language, presentation is lucid.
Trigonometry specific chapters are
given for exclusively for SSC.
If you solve all the sums of this book,
then mathematics portion of SSCCGL (Tier-I and II) will be as easy as a
walk in the park.

pid=9789350944141&affid=mrunalrugm)

## Although book is written for CAT and

Management exams, he starts explaining
everything from basics. Then exercises are
divided into Introductory<level 1<Level
2<Final round, based on difficulty level.
Thus it becomes ideal choice for any aptitude
exam.
So for lower level exams (SSC/IBPS), you
should solve all his solved examples, then
introductory exercises, finally level 1.
Thatll be quite sufficient.

## While it is excellent for SSC, IBPS,

Geometry, Permutation-Combination-

## This make it ideal text-book for CAT/CMAT

and other higher end exams.

^But merely getting either of these books, is not going to make you a topper.
If you want to become truly invincible for the maths portion of any competitive exam, then you
must practice maximum numbers of questions at home and maintain a diary of mistakes.
This concludes how to approach Mathematics/Quantiative Aptitude for SSC-CGL exam.
Now only two topics remain (will be discussed later, in separate articles):
1. How to approach Logical Reasoning
2. How to approach English vocabulary, grammar and comprehension
Studyplans for other topics of SSC-CGL
Click on following articles to know strategy, booklist for General Awareness, Reasoning and
English.

## General Awareness for

Tier I

Reasoning / General
Intelligence for Tier I

English Grammar,
Vocabulary,
Comprehension for Tier

Click me (http://mrunal.org/2013/01/studyplan-ssc-cgl-englishvocabulary-grammar-and-comprehension-preparation-strategy-

I and II

tips-booklist-analysis.html)

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## So far 771 Comments posted

vinay kumar
Sir I am a hindi medium student and preparing for ssc -cgl 2015.sir plz
suggest me which book should I bought for maths section.

vineet
does anybody know when will ssc-cgl notification will come ? they said on
14 march but it is not out till nownotification mein he itte dheele h
paper aur result mein toh jaane kya he hoga..!!

mohit
ssc got madits annual exam calender is fake dont trust on it

URVISH
Refering Quantom Cat . Good Book for those who are beginners and
also for them who already good in maths. More examples more
practice.. If you have good book other than Quantom cat , please let me
know.

bharath
Is ssc cgl 2015 notification out?

Nidhi
Hey I am qualified for paper3 of tier2 but I dont want to give this paper
as I have not prepared for it. Can I skip it without getting disqualified for
other 2 paper ? Or if I give & dont pass paper 3 then would it affect my
clearing exam based on just 2 paper?

Ashish shisodiya
plss sister gimme some tipss plzz plzz unable to deal with alzebra
n trigonometry

lalit
yes must be becose after exam query your study

GOVARDAN
sir, i worked as a clerk in bank of baroda;i resigned my job due to
personal problems; the mananagement has not accepted my resignation
due to a charge sheet imposed against me which is pertained to my
unauthorised absence. i am appearing for SSC-CGL 2015????WHETHER I
INFORM MY PAST WORK EXPERIENCE IN APPLICATION FORM????? kindly
(mailto:vardhan.040@gmail.com),07842432862

sam

## 10 Years ago, the average age of a family of 4 members was 24 years.

Two children with age difference of 2 yr have been born in the family but
average age of the family is same. The present age of the youngest child
is.

Javed Chourasia
10 Years before the average age the family with 4 members being
24 Years
10 Years before the total age of the family with 4 members being
(24 x 4) 96 Years
10 years after the average age of the family with 6 member 24
Years
10 Years after the total age of the family with 6 members being (24
x 6) 144 Years
The difference of age being the age of the two new child that is
(144-96) 48 Years
As the two child born with the age difference of 2 Years
so, we take the elder child with 2x and the younger child with x
and their sum being the total age that is 2x+x=48 Years
Now, 3x=48 Years
and ultimately x=48/3 that is 16 Years
So, the younger child being (x) that is 16 Years and the elder child
being (2x)that is (16 x 2) 32 Years and the total being (16+32) 48
Years.

Aparna
age difference of two years indicates that the ages are X and
X+2 (X and 2X doesnt agree with the given condition of age
difference of two years)
so, X+X+2=48
2X=46
X=23 (age of the younger one)
23 and 25 being the ages.. sum of ages is 48

## BINAYEE KUMARI SAHU

Vey nice
Thank you very much .
for Math Discussion.
Plz send me more question & Short cut Method of Math.

s sarkar
this answer is wrong. the correct answer will be age of the youngest
child is 3 years

Deepak

## For ssc cgl plz tl me 1 book, m average in maths.

Quantum CAT (Arihant) Sarvesh Kumar
Fast Track Objective Arithmetic (Arihant) Rajesh Verma
which one

alok dixit
i am so week and doing a full time job so i will how stady because my
paper also comeing

Timber Bro
Bhai Alok tu rehan de bhai, tujse na ho payega ye be

Ashish shisodiya
debugging.shhhdrdr computer crashed

kapil

## 24*4=96, 24*6=96+10*4+x+(x+2x), 144= 138+2x, 2x= 6, x=3, so childs

age=3&5 year, how you hell solve so simple qumail me some more qu
on kapil10101@gmail.com (mailto:kapil10101@gmail.com)

sir english word power learn nahi ho pata hh koi sujhaw de

SAURABH JOSHI
thank you for becoming our mentor Mr mrunal..i am following ur
guidelines regarding ssc cgl 2015 for past 6 months straight! now only
problem of mine remains is regarding trigonometry and quadratic
equations..unable to understand and solve through rajesh verma..(i m
weak in these two areas)..plz help me out sir..
and wat should be my current affairs strategy? i dont want to leave any
question in Gsaiming for for min. 150 marks for tier 1..reply asap thank
u!

shalini Shukla
Gs ki tuari kis book s krni chaiye

Ashish shisodiya
Sir,my preparation is going well but whenever i encouters with alzebra
and trigonmerty portion , they queer my pitch of crossing ssc by mergng
into a tag-team .hence, i have an axe to grind with them .As ssc exam is
imminent, i want some tips to get over this ,alzebigometriphobia
especially for cgl perspective.

Ajay Singh
Very helpful and motivating.keep on helping others.
Thanks alot.

Nitika
I am preparing for ssc. Cgl plz. Guide how to improve my GA and Gi i dnt
knw how how to prepare for these two subjects.

abhinav dixit
Ihv an idea

abhijeet

kuldeep kumar
sir mai hindimedium ho gernalknowlege ki SSC cgl ki best book kunsi hai

Debopratim Bhattacharya
am already using rajesh verma for 1 yr.it has helped me alot in ibps
but not in sbican u plzzz plzzz tell me through an email or
message..that whether the number of sums and the pattern of sums
given in the geometry,trigonometry and algebra portion are enough to
get through next year ssc cglif i practice all the sums

Ravi
I am hindi medium student , please please suggest me only one
arithmetic book for cgl tier-1 and tier-2 and what I do that my aptitude is

is it essential to take maths coaching for ssc cgl tier-1 and tier-2
preparation becoz someone told me In coaching THEY USE SHORT CUT
TECHNICS WHICH IS ESSENTIAL TO SOLVE QUESTION ON TIME . if this is
wrong plz suggest me what should i do . i done my graduation (
economics hons) from du

ruchin
I have a same profile too..eco hons Hansraj college which
batch???.abt your questions see tricks are neccessary in
arithmetic ,alegbra ..but for most of the part concept and only
thorough knowledge of concept will take you thru so if you have
a strong base no need for coaching and tricks can be done by self practice and developing your own tricks for certain types of
questions follow fast track arithmetic by rajesh verma it will
surely swap your need for a coaching.

gaurav garg
R/sir
my ssc cgl exam is 16-08-2015 nu hoai si and otha sir exam ma my ans
sheet no and booklet no same nahi dita gai ki sir ja dono same hona
chanda na plz send the ans sir tnankssir

Deepak
sir tel me out of m tyra and arihant by rajesh verma which one i should
buy for ssc cgl tier2 maths

ravi kushwaha
i am getting 110 in ssc cgl tier 1 2015 form obc category tell me what
should i score to get final selection for interview post like income tax
officer.

kaustuva chakraborty
Sir, question paper analysis are given till 2012, please update 13 & 14 as
well for ssc.

Rishi
Hi
i got 107.5 marks in Tier 1, now how much minimum i must score in each
exam in tier 2 and in interview so that i could clear cutoffs for all the
posts.
Thanks

KARTHIK
mrunal sir , i am preparing for ssc chsl 2015 examination i am week in
mathematics which book is preparing for maths . now i am preparing
from school books . now i am preparing a maths book specturm
publications . plz suggest me best book for mathematics.

Raghav Sharma
I have been following your post and i must acknowledge you for the
effort you put for aspirants like us.
It is really appreciable on your part to en light us on various fronts and so
many competitive exams.
Thanks

Aryan
Contact me Nikita arindamsarma226@gmail.com
(mailto:arindamsarma226@gmail.com) ..i will guide u

jeet

Sir, please suggest me some books for Quantitative Aptiude of high level
which cover all question type of ssc, ibps, and SAIL and others except
M.tyra & R.s.agrawal

Singh
sir, i want to qualify ssc Cgl by self.
I am solving Rs agarwal book but it is not a tricky book. I want to speed
up my calculation. How i can do it?

Singh
sir, how i prepare antonyms and synonyms for ssc cgl?

what is the full form of DI subtopic of maths, mentioned above

## DI Stands for Data Interpretation. So there is a caselet with table(s)

or pie chart(s) and there are questions based on the same. You
calculations of the given caselet.

Vivek
Data Interpretation

Aman
DI is data interpretation which is asked in CAT as well as several other
exams.

Ashish
Data interpretation
Here youll be given charts, graphs and youll be asked to interpret them.

anil choudhary
mahts problm

Akshay Sharma
This is first time i m appearing for SSC CGL 2016 and i dont have any
notes to study. Please suggest me some websites from where i can get
notes of aptitute of each and every chapter.

Its better to by any standard Books and read them than looking for
random websites. After completing syllabus you may go for test
series etc.

sumit bhardwaj
you should buy acute arithmetic. this book has simple strraight and fast
approach to solve any question. this book also include practice for every
previous question .
you can solve just below the question

vibhu

sir please gives us new update on SSC cgl 2016 and how we prepare for it

Amit
I wanna prepare for cgl 2016.Suggest a book to solve problems in quick
time.

praveen
Sir I am preparing for SSC cgl please suggest me how to get ncert books

karthikeyan
mrunal sir , i am poor in mathematics .kindly suggest me what are books
are for ssc cgl examination ? i am studied in tamil medium .pls help me.

j d karthikeyan
mrunal sir , i cant able to select the current affairs .kindly pls sent the
current affairs to my gmail .

karthik
mrunal sir , i need the weekly current affairs .this is very useful for my ssc
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Mega Jobs

12-Feb: Heavy Engg. (MT) (http://hecltd.com/jobs-at-hec.php)
09-Feb: Telangana PCS (http://tspsc.gov.in)
02-Feb: SSC CAPF Sub Insp. (http://ssconline2.gov.in)

Banks

IT Jobs

Medics

## 16-Feb: Central Leather

05-Feb: liver inst. (http://www.ilbs.in)

ParaMedics

## 22-Feb: ITBP Vet (http://recruitment.itbpolice.nic.in)

05-Feb: Uttarakhand food Drug analyst (http://ukpsc.gov.in/recruitment/view/481)
05-Feb: AIIMS Bhubaneswar (http://www.aiimsbhubaneswar.edu.in)

Legal

## 16-May: Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. (http://www.iocl.com/PeopleCareers/job.aspx )

15-Feb: Uttarakhand Power (https://www.upcl.org/wss/pages/recruitment.html)
13-Feb: MPPSC Public Prosecution
(http://mpinfo.org/MPinfoStatic/rojgar/2015/2812/vac04.pdf)
08-Feb: Delhi Judicial (http://www.delhihighcourt.nic.in)
04-Feb: IRDA

03-Feb: HMT Ltd (http://www.hmtindia.com/html/frame.asp?page=careers.htm)
28-Jan: Army SSC (http://www.joinindianarmy.nic.in)

Engineers

## 22-Feb: ITBP Engg (http://recruitment.itbpolice.nic.in)

15-Feb: Uttarakhand Power (https://www.upcl.org/wss/pages/recruitment.html)
12-Feb: Heavy Engg. (http://hecltd.com/jobs-at-hec.php)
10-Feb: Kochi Metro (http://www.kochimetro.org)
08-Feb: DRDO (http://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/ceptam/ceptamnoticeboard.html)
08-Feb: IIIT Raipur (http://www.iiitnr.ac.in/?q=content/employment)
07-Feb: BARC (http://www.barconlineexam.in )
07-Feb: Irrigation Dept Punjab (http://www.pbirrigation.gov.in/SDE_Recruitment.aspx)

## 05-Feb: U.P. Power Corp. Ltd. (http://www.uppcl.org)

01-Feb: Heavy Engg. (http://hecltd.com/jobs-at-hec.php)
01-Feb: Mormugao Port (http://www.mptgoa.com)
01-Feb: NHPC Trainee Engineer (http://www.nhpcindia.com/career.htm)
01-Feb: Lucknow Metro (http://www.lmrcl.com)
30-Jan: Airport Traffic (http://www.aai.aero/employment_news/careers.jsp )
30-Jan: Buildings construction (http://nbccindia.gov.in/nbccindia/nroot/njsp/Career.jsp)
29-Jan: Nat. Inst. Electronics (http://recruitment.nielit.gov.in)
29-Jan: CDAC (http://www.cdac.in/index.aspx?id=ca_RecruitmentJan2016)
29-Jan: Central plastic (http://cipet.gov.in/job.html)
29-Jan: GAIL (http://www.gate.iisc.ernet.in)

Uniform

## 24-Feb: UP Constable (http://uppbpb.gov.in)

04-Feb: Telangana Police (https://www.tslprb.in) 29-Jan: Indian Coast Guard Navik
(http://www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in)

PH only

Commerce/MBA

## 24-Feb: Cochin Shipyard (http://www.cochinshipyard.com/career.html)

15-Feb: Uttarakhand Power (https://www.upcl.org/wss/pages/recruitment.html)
12-Feb: Central Electronics Ltd.

12-Feb: POWER GRID Corp.
(http://www.powergridindia.com/_layouts/PowerGrid/User/ContentPage.aspx?
PId=166&LangID=English)
10-Feb: Kochi Metro (http://www.kochimetro.org)
04-Feb: IRDA

03-Feb: HMT Ltd (http://www.hmtindia.com/html/frame.asp?page=careers.htm)
01-Feb: Lucknow Metro (http://www.lmrcl.com)
27-Jan: Exim Bank (http://www.eximbankindia.in/career)

Deskjobs

## 04-Feb: IRDA Jr. Officer

01-Feb: Mormugao Port (http://www.mptgoa.com)
01-Feb: Lucknow Metro (http://www.lmrcl.com)
17-Feb: IIM Rohtak (http://www.iimrohtak.ac.in/jobs-iimr.html)
13-Feb: Physical Medicine (http://www.aiipmr.gov.in/News/Teaching%20Posts.pdf)
29-Jan: Nat. Inst. Elec. (http://recruitment.nielit.gov.in)

Faculty

## 29-Feb: Panjab University (http://jobs.puchd.ac.in)

20-Feb: IIT Kanpur (http://www.iitk.ac.in/dofa/DF1-2016)
28-Jan: Lucknow Uni (http://lkouniv.ac.in/appointment1.html)

Specialists

29-Feb: Nat. Biomedical (http://www.nibmg.ac.in/?q=content/career-opportunities)
29-Feb: Nat. Biomedical (http://www.nibmg.ac.in/?q=content/career-opportunities)
21-Feb: Rajasthan PSC (http://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in)
20-Feb: National Institute Of Mental Health (http://nimhans.ac.in/vacancy-announcements)
16-Feb: Central Leather
12-Feb: Central Electronics Manager

08-Feb: IIIT Raipur Purchase officer (http://www.iiitnr.ac.in/?q=content/employment)
08-Feb: IIIT Raipur librarian (http://www.iiitnr.ac.in/?q=content/employment)
08-Feb: NIT Director
08-Feb: IIIT Raipur (http://www.iiitnr.ac.in/?q=content/employment)
05-Feb: Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences (http://www.ilbs.in)
05-Feb: National Law univ. (http://nliu.ac.in/jobs/jobs-main.html)
05-Feb: Indian Agri. Research
(http://recruitment.iari.res.in/iaritechnicalreg2015/default.aspx)
04-Feb: UPSC (http://upsconline.nic.in/ora/VacancyNoticePub.php)
02-Feb: Ravenshaw Univ. (http://ravenshawuniversity.ac.in)
01-Feb: Mormugao Port (http://www.mptgoa.com)
01-Feb: Scindia Krishi Vidyalaya
(http://rvskvv.net/RVSKVV_Extension/EXTENSION_Vacancies.aspx)
01-Feb: BIS (http://www.bis.org.in)
01-Feb: Scindia Krishi Vidyalaya
(http://rvskvv.net/RVSKVV_Extension/EXTENSION_Vacancies.aspx)
30-Jan: All India Institute of Ayurveda
30-Jan: Visvesvaraya Uni. (http://vtu.ac.in/recruitment)
29-Jan: Nat. Inst. Electronics (http://recruitment.nielit.gov.in)
29-Jan: Central plastic (http://cipet.gov.in/job.html)

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