SSC CGL is an exam conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC). This is considered as one of the biggest opportunity for Graduate students who take up this exam. Candidates who are successful enough to clear this exam shall be recruited for various posts in the Ministries of Government of India as well as the subordinate offices.
Lakhs of students apply for this exam occupying vacancy for a few thousands posts. One can clearly understand that the competition is high. It is very important for everyone to excel in it. In that reference candidates must thoroughly prepare. They must refer good knowledgeable books & keep a tab on the latest editions & updates announced there in.
As per the SSC CGL Syllabus 2015 the exam is conducted in two tiers. It takes up with subjects like General Intelligence & Reasoning, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, Quantitative Mental Abilities, English Language & Comprehension, Statistics, Economics.
Staff Selection Commission CGL exam 2015 books
Listed below are few of the books to be referred for the upcoming SSC CGL exam 2015.
1. General Intelligence & Reasoning:
This section covers up topics such as analogy, coding decoding, symbols, sitting arrangements, blood relations, syllogisms etc. Recommended books are;
- Modern Approach to Verbal & Non Verbal Reasoning- Dr. R.S Aggrawal
- New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non Verbal-B S Sijwali
2. General English:
This sections helps to understand the basics of English language. Topics shall include comprehension & writing ability, synonyms, antonyms etc. Following books cover the major aspects.
- Objective English for competitive examinations- Hari Mohan Prasad
- Objective General English- Dr. R S Aggrawal
3. Quantitative Aptitude:
This section shall test a candidate’s ability in dealing with the numbers. It involves topics on whole numbers, decimals, fractions, relationship between numbers, percentage, ratio, profit & loss, discount, partnership etc. Books suggested are;
- Quantitative Aptitude- Dr. R.S. Aggrawal
- Magical book on Quicker Maths-M. Tyra
Statistics helps students to gain knowledge on probability distribution, tabulation of statistical data, graphical presentation of data, measures of central tendency dispersion etc. Following books shall be helpful in that case.
- Modern Mathematical Statistics- E J & Mishra
- Statistical Concepts & Methods- Bhattacharya
The General Economics covers topics such as Demand & Supply Analysis, Production function & laws of returns, commodity pricing, theory of factor pricing etc. The books covering these topics are;
- Principles of Economics- D N Dwivedi
- Economics for UGC-NET/SLET- K R Gupta
A glance through these books shall complete the syllabus need for Staff Selection Commission CGL exam 2015. Know more on How to apply for SSC CGL 2015 Exam?
Wishing all the aspiring candidates All the Best!!