SSC CGL 2019 Syllabus, Notes, Exam Dates, Pattern

SSC CGL 2019 Syllabus, Notes, Exam Dates, Pattern

SSC CGL (Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level Examination) SSC CGL is an examination conducted to recruit staff to various posts in ministries, departments and organisations of the Government of India. Administered by: Staff Selection Commission SSC CGL Calendar 2019 Event Date Online registration process will commence from March, 2019 Last date to apply April 2019 SSC CGL tier-1 Exam Date June, 2019 SSC CGL tier-1 admit card Download Date — SSC CGL tier-1 Result Announcing Date — SSC…

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SSC CGL 2019 Tier 1: General Awareness Notes & Syllabus

SSC CGL 2019 Tier 1: General Awareness Notes & Syllabus

SSC CGL 2019 Physics Important Topics Kinematics Electromagnetism Optics (Ray and Wave) Work and Energy Gravitation Force and Laws of Motion Units of Measurement Inventions (like telescope, steam engine, etc.) Mechanics Thermodynamics Sound SSC CGL 2019 Physics Notes Force and Laws of Motion Motion (Kinematics) Gravitation Optics Thermodynamics Sound Units & Measurement SSC CGL 2019 Chemistry Important Topics Matter Elements and Compounds Atoms and Molecules Metals and Non Metals Hydrocarbons and Organic Compounds Periodic Classification of Elements Melting and Boiling…

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Notes on Types of Plants (Based on Growth Habits) for SSC & Railways

Notes on Types of Plants (Based on Growth Habits) for SSC & Railways

Plants can be classified into various categories such as Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, Creepers and Climbers based on the following: Where the branches grows – close to the ground or higher up on the stem. Whether the stem is green, tender, thick or hard Branches appear at the base of the stem or higher up on the stem Whether the height of the plant is shorter, slightly taller or tallest. Herbs Plants with green and tender stems are called herbs. They…

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Matter in Our Surroundings Notes CBSE Class 9 Ch 1

Matter in Our Surroundings Notes CBSE Class 9 Ch 1

Physical Nature of Matter Matter is made up of very small Particles Characteristics of Particles of Matter Particles of matter are continuously moving, i.e., they possess kinetic energy. Kinetic Energy of the particles increases with the increase in temperature. Particles of matter attract each other. States of Matter Due to variation in the characteristics of particles of matter, the matter exists in three states. Solid Liquid Gas Water exists in three states Solid, as Ice Liquid, as Water Gas, as…

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Force & Laws of Motion Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL & Railways

Force & Laws of Motion Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL & Railways

Force (F) A force is any interaction that, when unopposed, will change the motion of an object. F = m x a A force can cause an object with mass to change its velocity, i.e., to accelerate. Force can also be described intuitively as a push or a pull. Vector quantity SI unit: N CGS Unit: dyne 1N = 1 Kg m s-2 1N = 105 dyne Balanced and Unbalanced Forces: Balanced forces do not cause a change in motion…

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Motion (Kinematics) Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL & Railways 2019

Motion (Kinematics) Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL & Railways 2019

Motion When an object changes its position with respect to its surroundings with time. Rest When an object doesn’t change its position with respect to its surroundings with time. NOTE: Rest and position are relative terms, i.e., an object in one situation can be at rest but in other situation same object can be in motion. No force is required for an object to be in uniform motion. TYPES OF MOTION 1. Rectilinear Or Translatory Motion When a particle or…

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Parallelogram: Properties, Types, Area, Perimeter

Parallelogram: Properties, Types, Area, Perimeter

Parallelogram A quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel and equal, and whose location on the coordinate plane is determined by the coordinates of the four vertices (corners). Properties of Parallelogram The diagonals bisect each other Opposite angels are equal (D = B) Opposite sides are equal (AB = DC) and parallel AB || DC Consecutive angles are supplementary (A + D = 180°) If one angle is right angle, then all angles are right angle (rectangle) Each diagonal…

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