Topics for SSC CGL Tier-III Descriptive Test Expected Topic SSC CGL Tier-III Pattern

Topics for SSC CGL Tier-III Descriptive Test Expected Topic SSC CGL Tier-III Pattern / How to Prepare SSC CGL Tier III Descriptive Paper 

As we know that Staff Selection Commission conduct Combine Graduate Level Exam every year for the recruitment of various posts in government departments. SSC has introduced a new paper i.e. Tier III in place of interview. As the Tier II is over and the candidates who are confident enough of qualifying Tier II are searching for the preparation of Tier III. If you are out of those aspirants, then you are on the right web page. Here we have provided all important information details regrading SSC CGL Tier-III Descriptive Test Pattern and expected topics for essay writing.


Important Points regarding SSC CGL Tier-III Descriptive Test


  • Tier III will be a descriptive type paper of 100 marks.
  • Exam will be conducted in Pen and Paper mode
  • Duration of Paper will be 60 minutes.
  • This exam will be of qualifying nature but marks are included in the preparation of final merit.
  • There will be questions of Essay Writing (250 Words)/ Precise Writing/ Letter Writing
  • The paper will be bilingual i.e. you can write answer either in Hindi or English Language.

Important Topics for SSC CGL Tier-III Descriptive Test

  • Demonetization
  • GST & Tax Reforms
  • Government Schemes
  • Digital India
  • Reservation
  • Women Empowerment
  • Election Reform :Supreme Court Judgement
  • Indian Foreign Policy.
  • Poverty, Unemployment and Govt. Efforts
  • Internal Security and Terrorism
  • Permanent membership in UNO
  • Make in India and FDI
  • Financial Inclusion and Black Money
  • Budget 2017-18 and Rail budget
The aspirants are suggested to prepare all these topics and collect various information regarding above mentioned headlines from newspaper, editorial, magazines etc.

All The Best !

Note : The most important thing in letter writing is its format so you should know the proper format of both. Introductory paragraph, main body and closing body should be in proper place as it will play a major role. Avoid rewriting and cutting in letter/application writing as it will cast a negative impact on the examiner. Practice makes a man perfect so write letter/application to evaluate your improvement.
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