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Am i eligible for SSC CGL ?

I have completed BCA from IGNOU (Distance learning) with 58.09% marks. Pls tell me whether i am eligible or not ?

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  • OMG. You are really qualified! :o
  • Hello,
    To get complete details about your eligibility for SSC CGL you must visit the official site for SSC.
    SSC Conducts examinations for its different posts for technical and non technical and also has set criteria for all these posts.
    Following are the main posts for which SSC conducts examination:
    SSC CGL Exam
    SSC CHSL Exam
    SSC CPO Exam
    SSC GD Constable exam.
    Most of candidates are doing preparation for SSC CGL and SSC CHSL. The other two posts are also can be covered through the syllabus of these two posts SSC CGL & CHSL.
    Get all the information for SSC GD constable and SSC CPO Exans from the official website of SSC.
  • arunkk said:

    I have completed BCA from IGNOU (Distance learning) with 58.09% marks. Pls tell me whether i am eligible or not ?

    You very much are.
    We, The People.
    One of those rare species who has IPS as his first preference.
  • Hello
    Yes, you can apply for SSC CGL Exam.
    Check the complete SSC CGL Eligibility criteria
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