Why this course?
What is SSC and Bank exams?
SSC and Baking jobs are considered leading government jobs in India. For both exams, every year lakhs of aspirants appear with a lot of hope. Two exams are distinct from each other, banking exams are conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)/State Bank of India/Reserve Bank of India while Staff Selection Commission (SSC) holds exams for various central government departments such as Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG, Central Secretariat Service, Ministry of External Affairs and many more.
Nowadays, a considerable number of students aspire to appear in various Government Exams or opt for Bank Exams because of job security in both sectors. The concrete answer here is everything depends on a candidate’s area of interest.
We shall look into, which is the best-suited career for candidates by analysing the difference between Bank exams and SSC Exams.
SSC CGL is purely a government job. On the other hand, SBI and different banks recruit numerous aspirants each year through various SBI exams or IBPS exams for a variety of posts. The number of job vacancies in banks is much higher as compared to vacancies in SSC CGL.
The Quantitative Aptitude section is one of the most important sections in both the exams. Both SSC and Banking aspirants need to build a strong foundation in Quant section in order to score well and clear cutoffs. As, in most of the exams, a sectional cutoff has been introduced for all subjects. It has become more important for aspirants to not underestimate the Quant section. This section extremely scoring if one prepares well. Let us have a look at the common and unique topics of Quant section in SSC and banking syllabus.
The syllabus of both Bank and SSC is similar in terms of subjects that includes (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English, and General Awareness) in common, but if compared topic-wise, the syllabus for both the exams differs. The reasoning part of bank exams is tougher than the SSC exam as it more concept based. Though the Quantitative Aptitude Section is almost the same for both exams, candidates preparing for SSC CGL need to focus more on conceptual topics like trigonometry, Algebra, etc.
SSC and Bank Exams in FOSTERJEE
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