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Career in SSC After Graduation

Hello, I am preparing for BAnk & SSC Exams, But i don't have good marks in my Graduation. I have secured only 67%.
Is there any chances of selection in SSC or Bank??
If no, then what should i do to get a good job in The Indian Government. :(

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  • Hello, I am preparing for BAnk & SSC Exams, But i don't have good marks in my Graduation. I have secured only 67%.
    Is there any chances of selection in SSC or Bank??
    If no, then what should i do to get a good job in The Indian Government. :(

    67% is good enough mate.... certainly u dont have to worry. SSC and banks rarely focus on graduation marks.
  • I have 50% in graduation and I got in to central excise
  • I have 50% in graduation and I got in to central excise

    Hi ..please throw some light on how to prepare Quant for both Tier 1 and 2 ...2015 i gave but managed only 120 marks...with an accuracy of 80 percent ...which book to follow , how to solve whole maths paper in 2 hours with atleast 85 percent accuracy etc...would be of great help... Thanks
    Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity
  • @neeta sharma there is no issue you can go for any Indian government jobs.

  • @Ruchinjaggarwal01 Hi girl!! I am also preparing for SSC CGl exam so i can suggest you how to prepare for SSC CGl Exam.Read this article
    https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-prepare-for-SSC-CGL-at-home
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