SSC CPO Study Plan 2020: SSC (Staff Selection Commission) has officially released the revised dates to select aspirants through SSC CPO 2020-21. Tier-I of SSC CPO 2020 is going to be conducted between 23rd to 26th November 2020.
SSC CPO Examination is conducted every year to recruit candidates in departments under Central Police Organizations (CPO). Selected Candidates are recruited as SI (Sub Inspector) and ASI (Assistant Sub Inspector) for one of these departments include Delhi Police, CISF, CAPF, ITBP, and SSB.
On this page, we will provide you with the best Study Plan along with exam patterns, vacancies, and tips to crack the SSC CPO 2020.
SSC CPO Exam Pattern 2020
Let’s start the SSC CPO Study plan process by understanding the exam pattern.
The selection of candidates is done via a two-phase process- Paper I and Paper-II.
Paper I: It consists of a computer-based test and a Physical Standard Test (PST)
|S.No.||Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks||Allotted Time|
|1||General Intelligence & Reasoning||50||50||120 min|
|2||General Awareness & General Knowledge||50||50|
Paper-II: It is conducted online after the result of Phase I and PST scores
|Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks||Allotted Time|
English Language and Comprehension
SSC CPO Vacancies 2020
Delhi Police – Sub-Inspector
|Category||Posts||Number of Vacancies|
|Male||Sub Inspector in Delhi Police||91|
|Female||Sub Inspector in Delhi Police||78|
|Sub Inspector in CAPFs||1395|
CAPFs – Sub-Inspector (GD)
|Category||Number of Vacancies||Ex-Servicemen|
SSC CPO STUDY PLAN – COMPLETE STEPS
The Following steps contain the Complete SSC CPO Study Plan for the 2020-21 Exam:-
1. Proper Understanding Of SSC CPO Syllabus
The first step to crack any competitive exam is a proper understanding of the syllabus. After understanding the syllabus bifurcate all the topics based on difficulty level for all the sections.
SSC CPO syllabus for tier-I comprises General Awareness, English Comprehension, Reasoning Ability, and Quantitative Aptitude.
2. Follow A Proper Task Table
Since SSC CPO has a vast syllabus and there are only a few days left for the tier I, following a proper task table is a must. After the bifurcation is done and topics are selected focus on the scoring topics and work on your weak areas.
How to select your weak areas? Jump to step 3
3. SSC CPO Previous Year Papers
The third step of the SSC CPO study plan is attempting previous year papers. This will give you an idea about the level of questions and your weak areas so that you can work upon it.
4. Mock Tests
As it is said that execution is the most crucial step. The fourth Step of the SSC CPO Study Plan is giving Mock tests. Candidates should attempt mock tests regularly to execute the preparation and manage the time accordingly.
Getting good scores in the mock tests will help boost their confidence.
5. Stay Updated with Current Affairs
Current affairs cover a large part of the general awareness section. The first method to prepare for it is reading the newspaper. Candidates are advised to give 2 hours daily to go through the daily newspaper and current affairs topics.
The second method is to follow daily current affairs youtube sessions by Abhijeet sir:
SSC CPO Study Plan – Preparation tips
General Intelligence & Reasoning
- You must solve a variety of questions from each topic.
- Attempt sectional as well as full mock tests.
- Attempt General Intelligence & Reasoning Topic Test
- Learn shortcuts and tricks to save time in the exam.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q1. Can I revise the SSC CPO syllabus in 1 month?
Ans. Yes, by following the above given SSC CPO Study Plan, you will have a great chance to complete your preparation.
Q2. When will the SSC CPO Tier 1 Exam happen?
Ans. SSC CPO Tier Exam 2020-21 will happen from 23rd to 26th November 2020.
Q3. Is there any negative marking in SSC CPO Tier I?
Ans. Yes, for every wrong answer 0.25 marks are deducted in SSC CPO 2020.
Q4. What are the posts in the SSC CPO 2020 Exam?
Ans. SSC CPO Exam is conducted every year for the recruitment of candidates as SI (Sub Inspector) and ASI (Assistant Sub Inspector) for Delhi Police, CISF, CAPF, ITBP, and SSB.