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SSC CGL General Awareness

The most important section of the SSC CGL 2022 examination is the General Awareness. SSC CGL General Awareness 2022 is the scoring topic in Combined Graduate Level Exam and candidates can attempt the maximum number of correct questions. This will increase the overall score of candidates count in the examination.

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SSC CGL Exam Dates 2022:

Name of the Organization Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Name of the Exam Combined Graduate Level Examination Tier 1, 2
SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Date April 2022
SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam Date to be notified
SSC CGL Tier 3 Exam Date to be notified
SSC CGL Tier 4 Exam Date to be notified

SSC CGL General Awareness

SSC CGL Important Information:

Tier Type Of Exam Mode Of Exam
Tier-I Objective Multiple Choice Computer-Based Mode (Online)
Tier-II Objective Multiple Choice Computer-Based Mode (Online)
Tier-III Objective Multiple Choice Pen & Paper Mode (Offline)
Tier-IV Skill Test: Data Entry Speed Test (DEST)/ Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) Wherever Applicable (Not necessary for all posts)
Document Verification Applicable for all posts

SSC CGL 2022 Tier-1 Exam Day Wise

Day 1: 13th August 2021: 

1- Electron Volt is the unit of

Answer: Electron volt, unit of energy commonly used in atomic and nuclear physics, equal to the energy gained by an electron (a charged particle carrying unit electronic charge) when the electrical potential at the electron increases by one volt. The electron volt equals 1.602 × 10−12 erg, or 1.602 × 10−19 joule.

2- Which of the following is a part of Kidney?

Answer: Each kidney has an outer layer called the cortex, which contains filtering units. The center part of the kidney, the medulla (pronounced: meh-DUH-luh), has fan-shaped structures called pyramids.

3- Capital of New Zealand:

Answer: Wellington

4- Chandan Yatra is organized in:

Answer: The Chandan Yatra is organized in a tank in Puri.

5- Siju bird sanctuary is located in which state?

Answer: Meghalaya

6- Arthika Spandana Scheme launched in which state?

Answer: Karnataka

7- Planning Commission of India formation:

Answer: 15 March 1950, New Delhi

8- Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) founded in which year?

Answer: Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) was a revolutionary organization established in 1928 at Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi by Chandrasekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar, and others. The sudden withdrawal of the Non-Cooperation movement led to a political vacuum which resulted in the formation of revolutionary movements by some freedom fighters. Some of them associated with HSRA were Bhagat Singh, Ram Prasad Bismil, SC Bose, Laxmi Sahgal, etc.

9- Who wrote Kitab al hind?

Answer: Al-Biruni

10- Ganeshi Lal is governor of which state?

Answer: Ganeshi Lal (born 1 March 1942) is an Indian politician and the incumbent Governor of Odisha.

11- What is the national game of Thailand?

Answer: The traditional martial art of Thai boxing (muay Thai) is Thailand’s national sport.

12- Where was the 2nd Round Table Conference held?

Answer: The second Round Table Conference was held in London from 7 September 1931 to 1 December 1931 with the participation of Gandhi and the Indian National Congress.

13- How many districts are there in MP?

Answer: There are 53 districts in Madhya Pradesh divided in ten divisions.

14- Question related to Dayanand Saraswati:

Answer: Dayananda Saraswati was an Indian philosopher, social leader and founder of the Arya Samaj, a reform movement of the Vedic dharma. He was the first to give the call for Swaraj as “India for Indians” in 1876, a call later taken up by Lokmanya Tilak.

15- Antonyms of Gradual

Answer: sudden, abrupt

16- Antonyms of Seize

Answer: free · give · let go · loose · loosen · unfasten · liberate

17- Idiom Meaning: Raise the Bar

Answer: To raise the bar means to set a high standard and to raise expectations.

18- Van Dhan Yojana started in which state?

Answer: Manipur emerges as the model state for Van Dhan Vikas Yojana. Pradhan Mantri Van Dhan Yojana or Van Dhan Scheme was launched on 14th April 2018 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the Ministry of Tribal Affairs as a nodal department at the central level and TRIFED as nodal agency at the national level.

19- What is convection?

Answer: the process in which heat moves through a gas or a liquid as the hotter part rises and the cooler, heavier part sinks.

20- PM after Morarji Desai:

Answer: Charan Singh

21- Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2020:

Answer: Raj Kamal Jha – The winner of Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2020 is The City and the Sea by Raj Kamal Jha, a novel based on the atrocious (Nirbhaya) case of sexual assault and murder,  that brought India together in a moral frenzy.

22- Unit of momentum:

Answer: The units for momentum would be mass units times velocity units. The standard metric unit of momentum is the kg m/s.

23- Digital India was launched in which year?

Answer: 2015

24- AB De Villiers is related to which IPL team?

Answer: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

25- In the south which river is called Ganga?

Answer: Kaveri River – Daksina Ganga (“Ganges of the South”)

Day-2 16th August 2021: 

1- National Girl Child Day is observed on:

Answer: January 24

2- Who has written the Book “Amuktamalyada”?

Answer: Krishnadevaraya

3- Mataprasad was the Governor of which Indian State?

Answer: Arunachal Pradesh

4- Which element in chilli peppers makes them spicy?

Answer: Capsaicin

5- The three laws of planetary motion were discovered by?

Answer: Johannes Kepler

6- Which article of Indian Constitution is related to GST?

Answer:: Article 246A: Special Provision for GST

This Article was newly inserted to give power to the Parliament and the respective State/Union Legislatures to make laws on GST respectively imposed by each of them. However, the Parliament of India is given the exclusive power to make laws with respect to inter-state supplies. Officially known as The Constitution (One Hundred and First Amendment) Act, 2016, this amendment introduced a national Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India from 1 July 2017.

7- Which of the following Vitamins is Water Soluble?

Answer: The water-soluble vitamins include ascorbic acid (vitamin C), thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine), folacin, vitamin B12, biotin, and pantothenic acid.

8- Who was the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1947?

Answer: Mir Osman Ali Khan

9- Rickets is caused by deficiency of which vitamin?

Answer: Vitamin D

10- Xerophthalmia is caused due to the deficiency of:

Answer: Vitamin A

11- What is the valency of the halogen group?

Answer: One – Valency level of the elements in the halogen group is one.

Halogens belong to group `17 of the periodic table and their general electronic configuration is ns2np5. So, they have a tendency to accept one electron to get a noble gas configuration.

12- What is Ottan Thullal?

Answer: A recite-and-dance art-form of Kerala, India

13- Which of the following disease is caused by Parasite?

Answer: Examples of parasitic diseases that can be bloodborne include African trypanosomiasis, babesiosis, Chagas disease, leishmaniasis, malaria, and toxoplasmosis.

14- What is the Common name of Green Algae?

Answer: Chlorophyta or Prasinophyta is a taxon of green algae informally called chlorophytes

15- Hindi Day is celebrated on:

Answer: September 14

16- Who was the First Vice President of India?

Answer: Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

17-Who is the Chairman of Rajya Sabha?

Answer: M. Venkaiah Naidu

18- Who is the President of the Chess Federation of India?

Answer: Sanjay Kapoor

19- Cloze Test on Communication

20- Idiom Meaning- Spill the Beans:

Answer: Disclose a secret or reveal something prematurely

21- Incorrect spelling – Arbitrary

22- Incorrect spelling – Possessive

23- One word substitution – to listen secretly to a private conversation:

Answer: Eavesdropper

24- Antonym – Toxicity

Answer: beneficial, curative, healthy, helpful, nonpoisonous

25- Synonym – Rejuvenate

Answer: reconstruct · refresh · regenerate · reinvigorate · renew · renovate · restore · revitalize

26- Idiom Meaning – Apple of discord

Answer: Something that causes unhappiness or trouble

27- Idiom Meaning – To the nines

Answer: “to perfection” or “to the highest degree

28- One Word Substitution – a large room containing numerous beds

Answer: Dormitory

29- One Word Substitution – a person who always thinks that bad things will happen

Answer: Pessimist

Day-3 17th August 2021: 

1- Who is the President of the Asian Cricket Council?

Answer: Jay Shah is the current president of the Asian Cricket Council

2- FIFA 2022 World Cup Venue:

Answer: Qatar

3- Bhitarkanika National Park is situated in which state?

Answer: Odisha

4- Which of the following is not greenhouse gas?

Answer: Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Argon are not examples of greenhouse gases

5- In which Article of the Indian Constitution, Devnagari has been included?

Answer: Article 343 of the Indian constitution stated that the official language of the Union should become Hindi in Devanagari script instead of the extant English.

6- ISL 2021 Venue:

Answer: Goa

7- Which two Indian Football Legends who were part of the 1962 FIFA World Cup died in 2020?

Answer: PK Banerjee and Chuni Goswami

8- Force multiplied with displacement gives:

Answer: Work

9- The committee for Land Culture in Ladakh:

Answer: Kishan Reddy Committee – The Government of India formed a committee to protect the language, land, culture of Ladakh and ensure the participation of citizens in the development of Union Territory. The Committee is to be headed by Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy. It will include elected representatives from Ladakh, central government, and Ladakh Autonomous Hill.

10-Death of gold medalist footballers in 2021:

Answer: 1962 Asian Games gold medallist Fortunato Franco

11-Indian National Association was founded in:

Answer: 26 July 1876

12- Longest tunnel in State of:

Answer: Atal Tunnel, Himachal Pradesh

13- The quest for equity in development written by:

Answer: Manmohan Singh

14-Idiom Meaning: Pipe Dream

Answer: a hope, wish, or dream that is impossible to achieve or not practical

15- Antonym of Slur

Answer: accolade, commendation, compliment, acclaim, applause, praise, adulation, flattery

Day-4 18th August 2021: 

1- Bombay Stocks Exchange commodities derivatives deal with the gold and:

Answer: Silver

2- Rajya Sabha was founded in:

Answer: 3rd April 1952

3- In January 2021, who was the Information and Broadcasting Minister?

Answer: Prakash Javadekar

4- Which Tiger Reserve has been awarded by TX2?

Answer: Pilibhit Tiger Reserve has won the inaugural TX2 Award, presented by CA|TS, Global Tiger Forum, IUCN, UNDP, The Lion’s Share, and WWF, for its remarkable contribution to tiger conservation.

5- Sandalwood trees are grown in which forest?

Answer: Dry Deciduous Forests

6- Battle of Imphal took place in:

Answer: 8 Mar 1944 – 3 Jul 1944: DescriptionThe Battle of Imphal took place in the region around the city of Imphal, the capital of the state of Manipur in northeast India from March until July 1944. Japanese armies attempted to destroy the Allied forces at Imphal and invade India but were driven back into Burma with heavy losses.

7- Which Veda is the collection of hymns?

Answer: The Rig Veda consists of 1028 hymns, organized into ten books known as maṇḍalas.

8- Padma Bhushan (2000) award in the field of arts:

Answer: Rajinikanth

9- Why do Magnetic fields never cross each other?

Answer: The magnetic field lines never intersect each other because if two or more lines intersect each other then it means that at that point of intersection, the magnetic field has two directions at the same point. This is not possible for a magnetic field to point in more than one direction at the same point.

10- Which plant stores food in the roots?

Answer: Beets, carrots, parsnips, and radishes are some of the roots stored in food.

11- Arthritis is caused by the deficiency of:

Answer: Vitamin D

12- Chandragupta defeated which dynasty?

Answer: Nanda dynasty

13- Cloze test: Panchatranta

14- Synonym of Revel:

Answer: rejoice · bask · enjoy

Day-5 20th August 2021: 

1- Which Malayalam Movie was nominated for Oscars?

Answer: Jallikattu

2- What is the boiling point of water?

Answer: Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit (100 degrees Celsius)

3- Rajagopalchari belongs to which state:

Answer: Rajagopalachari, the first Indian Governor-General of India and the first Chief Minister to serve the Madras State after first elections held after Indian independence. He was born in the Thorapalli village of Hosur taluk in the Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu and was educated at Central College, Bangalore, and Presidency College, Madras.

4- Gender Park is situated in which State?

Answer: The Gender Park, established in 2013, is an initiative of the Government of Kerala to work towards gender equality and empowerment in the state. Headquartered in the state’s capital-Thiruvananthapuram- its main 24-acre campus is set at Kozhikode (Calicut).

5- Where is NAKU La Pass located?

Answer: State of Sikkim

6- Most catch by Indian cricketer non-wicketkeeper?

Answer: Rahul Dravid

7- Climate Change Event 2020 was held in which country?

Answer: Glasgow, UK

8- Goa was separated from Daman & Diu comes under which Article of Indian Constitution?

Answer: Amendment of the constitution under article 368.

9- Emergency comes under which Article of Indian Constitution?

Answer: National emergency under Article 352

10- Kolkata Adhiveshan was held in which year?

11- What is the SI unit of electric current?

Answer: The ampere, symbol A, is the SI unit of electric current.

12- Gonad gland is located in?

13- Idiom Meaning – An Apple a day keeps a doctor away

Answer: if one eats healthy foods, one will remain in good health and will not need to see the doctor often.

14- Synonym of Principle:

Answer: ethics, · ethos, · morality, · morals, · norms, · standards

Overall Analysis of GA for SSC CGL tier 1

The structure asked is as follows-

  • Static GK- 59 %
  • Science & Technology- 36 %
  • Miscellaneous- 5 % (miscellaneous topics are mentioned below)
Topics Number of
Static GK
Culture 1-2 8-14
Indian History 2-3
(Indian + World)
Environment 1-2
Economy 1-2
Polity 1-2
Science & Technology
Biology 1-2 4-8
Chemistry 1-2
Physics +
Space Science
Computer &
Nutrition 0-1
Current Affairs 1-2 3-6
Important Dates,
Miscellaneous GK:
People in News,
Books etc.

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Important Topics

Physics Chemistry Biology
Gravity Uses, Common Names and
Composition of Various
Parts of Plant &
their Functions
Motion Alloys Parts of Human
Body & their
Work Definition Based Questions
(Heat, Oxidation,
Reduction etc.)
Basics of Animal
Pressure SI units Diseases, Prevention
& Cure
Units of
Chemical Change &
Physical Change
Nutrients & Deficiency
Sound Chemistry in Everyday
Heat  –  –
Electronics  –  –
Magnetism  –  –


Ancient History Medieval History Modern History
Indus Valley
Establishment &
Expansion of the
Delhi Sultanate
European Penetration &
British Conquest of India
Buddhism &
Religious Movements
in the Fifteenth &
Sixteenth Centuries
Major Battles
The Mauryans Mughal Dynasty Social & Cultural
Awakening in India
Later Mughals The Great Revolt of
The Gupta Period The Maratha State Indian National Congress
 –  – Nationalist Movement,
1905-1918: Growth of
Militant Nationalism
 –  – Struggle for Swaraj – I,
1919 – 1927
 –  – Struggle for Swaraj – II,
 –  – Governor-Generals of
 –  – Indian Princely States


Movement Of Earth Winds Soils In India
Interior Of Earth Ocean & Ocean
Agriculture In
Latitudes &
Volcanoes &
Transportation In
Solar System Habitats Mineral Resources
In India
Atmosphere Physical Features
Of India
Forests In India
All you need to
know about States
of India
Rivers In India World Geo. Facts I.E.
Continents in the

Framing Of The
President Governor
Sources Of Indian
Vice President VidhanSabha
Schedules & Parts
Of Indian
Attorney General
Of India
Chief Minsters Comptroller Auditor
Citizenship LokSabha Parliamentary
 Article 370 RajyaSabha Supreme
 Emergency In India Bills High Court
 Commissions Prime Minister &
Cabinet Ministers

Population Census State Animals and Symbols
Oscar Winners Nobel Laureates & their Fields
Important Books & Authors Famous Sea Ports, Airports
and their locations
Union Budget, Demonetization
and Economic Survey
First in Sports for India and
World like First Olympics, First
Asian Games etc.
Important Institutions of India
and World & their locations
(like BRICS, World Bank, IMF
and RBI etc.)
Indian Art & Culture, Awards &
their Significance

Computer & Mobile Technology
Development of Computers Memory
Input & Output Devices Abbreviations

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Previous Year SSC CGL GA GK Question Asked:

The questions related to General Awareness asked in SSC CGL 2020 (03rd March 2020) are below:

  1. CM of Punjab?
  2. Chief Justice of India:
  3. Founder of Gupta Dynasty
  4. Author of An Era of Darkness
  5. Padma Shri for Archery
  6. CM of Chhattisgarh: Bhupesh Baghel
  7. Revrse Repo Rate
  8. President of Sri Lanka: Gotabaya Rajapaksa
  9. Thomas British Emperor came in the reign of which Mughal emperor?
  10. Which player played double century in continuously 4 test match?
  11. GST on Lottery
  12. One Question Marsh Mission
  13. Who got Sahitya Akademi Awards in 2019?
  14. Where is Humpy?
  15. Who inaugurated Kartarpur Corridor?

The questions related to General Awareness asked in SSC CGL 2020 (04th March 2020) are below:

  1. Article related to untouchability: Article 17
  2. Capital of Magadh
  3. 2 Question related to Harshvardhan
  4. One Question related to Red algae.
  5. Chief of the Army Staff: Manoj Mukund Naravane
  6. One Question related to GDP Growth.
  7. Article related to Discrimination: Article 15
  8. Layer of Moon
  9. One Question related to Temple
  10. Gol Gumbaz is located in
  11. One Question related to Indus River
  12. One Question related to Gupta Dynsty
  13. One Question related to Vitamine K
  14. Xerophthalmia due to

The questions related to General Awareness asked in SSC CGL 2020 (05th March 2020) are below:

  1. One question related to place built by Sawai Jai Singh?
  2. Gandhiji started the Quit India movement from which place?
  3. One ques related to Tamil Nadu temple. When was it built?
  4. One question related to Avogadro’s law
  5. vWhich Award Bumrah got in 2019?
  6. 5 Rath in Mahabalipuram was built by which Vansh?
  7. One question from Odissa Yatra.
  8. Who is the Governer Jammu Kashmir?
  9. If 2 or more than 2 element mix together, then what will form?
  10. Alai Darwaza built by whom?
  11. One question related to Hyderabad Fund.
  12. Where is BCCI headquarter located?
  13. One question asked from dispersion
  14. Which city is known as Golden City
  15. One question from Article 33A
  16. Which vitammin defieciency cause Aneamia?
  17. 3 questions were asked from economics.

The questions related to General Awareness asked in SSC CGL 2020 (06th March 2020) are below:

  1. When was Swaraj Party Established?
  2. When was Luickhnow Pact signed?
  3. What is Article 21 related to?
  4. Mehrunisa is the wife of?
  5. Ajanta and Ellora Caves Location?
  6. Who elects the Governor?
  7. Jaikawadi Dam
  8. Effect of Inflation on repo rate?
  9. CR Formula
  10. Viral Fever
  11. Who wins gold at the junior Wrestling World Championship?
  12. Madari Sport is from which state

How To Prepare For SSC CGL GA?

Furthermore, General Awareness is the slightest prolonged section. You can attempt questions from this section rapidly & precisely which won’t consume much of your time. Well, if you are still worried and thinking about How To Prepare For General Awareness for SSC CGL, then go through the below given tips:

  • Read Newspaper: Reading Newspaper is boring for some of you but we must say that academic journal has the synopsis of the world happening.  In the newspaper, you can find all the sufficient information. Reading is very helpful to learn anything new. So read the newspaper on regular basis.
  • Attend Online Test Series: The best way to improve your skills is to test yourself. Join the best test series online which is completely same as the online examination. You should read daily current affairs 202 which helps you to know all the latest updates.
  • E-News: If you do not like to read the newspaper, then you can go for the E- news. You can read e-news wherever in your laptop or your phone. You can look through current affairs daily on the internet where you can find the number of global happenings which will be sufficient for the exam point of view.
  • Go Through The Headlines: We are suggesting you that you do not need to go through the whole newspaper only headlines are sufficient. Most of the question asked is from the Headlines only. You can also accede General Awareness in Hindi which is obtainable online to read.
  • Keep Yourself Update: The traditional events like Olympics, cricket, the declaration by the government, New policies are most relevant topics which frequently come in exam.
  • Maintain Short Notes: You cannot commit to memory all the news in your head. It is unfeasible for all human beings. So it is better to make short notes and revise them every day. This is the best way to solve the problem of memorizing.

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 What not to do in General Awareness for SSC CGL?

While preparing for SSC CGL General Awareness, the common tendency of students is to focus on the Current Affairs section. General Awareness is required in banking and other recruitment exams also.

  • From the trend of SSC CGL General Awareness section, you will notice that the weightage of Static GK is comparatively higher.
  • At the time of preparing for this section you can get to be a never-ending task, so be aware from the paper setter.
  • Although, it is also not wise to say ignore Current Affairs completely but don’t invest too much time in them.

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SSC CGL General Awareness Questions

Question 1) The Nalanda University was founded by-

  1. Samudra Gupta
  2. Chandra Gupta
  3. Kumara Gupta
  4. Harsh Vardhana

Answer: 3

Question 2) Baking soda is also is known as-

  1. Sodium Bicarbonate
  2. Calcium Bicarbonate
  3. Carbon Monoxide
  4. Bromide

Answer: 1

Question 3)  In India, National Income estimates are prespared by —

  1. National Sample Survey Organisation
  2. Planning Commission
  3. National Development Council
  4. Central Statistical Organisation

Answer: 4

Question 4)  The first Indian who was chosen as the Secretary-General of Commonwealth is

  1. Krishna Murthy
  2. Kamalesh Sharma
  3. Rakesh Verma
  4. Gopalaswami

Answer: 2

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Question 5) What would be the impact of global warming on mangrove forests ?

  1. They will grow more luxurious
  2. Large areas of mangroves will be submerged
  3. Their role as carbon sinks will become more important
  4. Both (A) and (C) above

Answer: 2

Question 6)  Which of the following determines the chemical properties of an element ?

  1. Number of protons
  2. Number of electrons
  3. Number of neutrons
  4. All of the above

Answer: 2

Question 7) Which element is the highest conductor of electricity?

  1. Gold
  2. Copper
  3. Steel
  4. Silver

Answer: 4

Question 8) Who written the book “India of my dreams”?

  1. Jawahar Lal Nehru
  2. Lala Hardyal
  3. Mahatma Gandhi
  4. Bhagat Singh

Answer: 3

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Question 9) The Attorney general of India is —

  1. Elected by the parliament
  2. Appointed by president
  3. Nominated by the president
  4. None of these

Answer: 2

Question 10)  Which article is related to the appointment of the Attorney General of India ?

  1. Article – 53
  2. Article – 63
  3. Article – 76
  4. Article – 79

Answer: 3

Question11) In which year Bengal was reunited?

  1. 1912
  2. 1911
  3. 1909
  4. 1905

Answer: 2

Question12) In which of the following, the Dudh Ganga river is located ?

  1. West Bengal
  2. Himachal Pradesh
  3. Jammu and Kashmir
  4. Uttarakhand

Answer: 3

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Question13) What is the maximum gap between two sessions of a Parliament?

  1. 8 months
  2. 5 months
  3. 6 months
  4. 1 year

Answer: 3

Question14) In which year Delhi became the capital of India?

  1. 1911
  2. 1912
  3. 1910
  4. 1905

Answer: 1

Question15) What is the ratio of RBC to WBC?

  1. 1:600
  2. 600:1
  3. 1:900
  4. 500:1

Answer: 2

SSC CGL GA Study Material 2022:

Book Name Author / Publication
Solved Papers (upto 2015) SSC CGL Combined Graduate Level Pre. Examination Tier-I (English) Arihant Publications
SSC CGL Combined GRADUATE LEVEL Exams question Bank 1999–2015 (48 Solved Papers Of Previous Year Exams)—English Think Tank of Kiran Prakashan , Pratiyogita Kiran & KICX / Kiran Prakashan
40 sets SSC graduate level exams solved papers 2010-2015 (SSC CGL Tier I & II,SSC CPO SI PAPER I & II) (English) GKP / G.K PUB
Kiran’S SSC CGL Combined Graduate Level Exams Question Bank 1999–2015 (49 Solved Papers Of Previous Year Exams)—Hindi Kiran Prakashan
30 Practice Sets SSC Combined Graduate Level Pre. Examination (English) 4th Edition Arihant

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Best Books For SSC CGL General Awareness (Tier-1):

  • SSC Combined Graduate Level Tier-I by Kiran Prakashan and Bookstree
  • Kiran’s previous years question by Kiran Prakashan and Bookstree
  • SSC: Combined Graduate Level Examination for Tier 1 by GK Publication Pvt. Ltd
  • General Knowledge Dr. Binary Karn (Lucent Publications)
  • Solved Papers SSC CGL Combined Graduate Level Pre Examination Tier-I by Arihant
  • Manorama Yearbook 2018 (English)
  • Manorama Yearbook 2018 (Hindi)

SSC CGL General Awareness

General Awareness is most crucial sections for any competitive exam. The best part of General Awareness section is there are no calculations to penetrate your mind! You all need to do is stay updated on a regular basis for Current Affairs & remember important stuff from static GK.

Appearing students for Staff Selection Commission CGL Exam 2022 may score good marks in SSC General Awareness section with the help of information given in this page such as Books, SSC CGL Study Material, and Preparation Tips.

SSC CGL 2022 General Awareness Preparation Tips:

  • Read through magazines and newspapers to stay up to date on local and international events.
  • Take notes and record the important events that you think might appear in the examination. This helps you prepare for the SSC CGL General Awareness exam without having to rush at the last minute.
  • Go through the topics and books above, so you cover the essential sections of the exam.
  • Plan your time for preparation and use previous year question papers to understand how you can manage your time well while answering the exam.

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