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NewZNew (Chandigarh) : SuperProfs, India’s largest online test preparation platform, today announced the launch of online coaching for various examinations conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). This SSC online coaching programme offers complete and comprehensive coaching for Staff Selection Exam aspirants all over the country.
Staff Selection Exam is extremely competitive with nearly 50,000 candidates getting placed in various Govt jobs year after year. To prepare for these exams, students attend coaching classes where batches are typically of more than 300 plus students. Learning effectively in such an environment is a big challenge. The SCC online preparation modules offered by SuperProfs are not only refreshing in nature but are also necessary for numerous aspirants located in various corners of the country. It is also an affordable option for candidates who cannot afford exorbitant fees charged by some of the popular traditional coaching centers located in key cities and towns.
The curriculum for these SSC online modules has been built in such a way that students can understand and retain the subject matter for a longer time (unlike rote learning). Students can watch the videos at their convenience, anytime, anywhere and any number of times they want. The SSC exams have undergone several changes with regards to question pattern & syllabus over the past few years. Therefore, SuperProfs facilitates dynamic updation of course content to keep up with these changes.
As per SSC Annual Report, more than 30 lakh and 50 lakh students appeared in the SSC-CGL (Combined Graduate Level) and SSC-CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) examinations in 2014-2015 respectively. Cumulatively, 1.78 crore (approx.) candidates applied for the various SSC examinations (2014-2015), out of which 80% of the registrations were done through the online mode. This trend indicates the future of education which is going digital with increasing internet penetration in the country. Moreover, in 2015-2016 around 2 crore students are expected to fill the applications for more than 62,000 (approx.) SSC vacancies.