SSC CGL TIER 2, PAPER 3, STATISTICS – COMPLETE COURSE

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Statistics for SSC CGL Tier 2

Course Details: 

  • Animated Video Lectures with Graphics

  • Experienced Teachers (M.Sc. Statistics + Selected as JSO)

  • Bilingual Course ( हिंदी+ English)

  • Statistics covered from Exam Perspective

  • Easy to understand and Visualize (more chances to remember content

  • Previous Years Solved Questions

All about Junior Statistical Officer(JSO):

Pay Scale & Promotions

  • Government of INDIA
  • Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation
  • Junior Statistical Officer
  • Group B OFFICER(Non Gazetted)
  • Level 6 (4200 GP)
  • Salary – Rs. 45,000 – 50,000
  • Salary breakup – 35400 + 3600 + 8496 + DA on (TA+Basic)

Promotions and Growth Opportunities for JSO (Junior Statistical Officer).

The position of JSO is offered under the Subordinate Statistical Service (SSS) Cadre and is an entry level position for junior officers. Promotion policy is designed on the basis of seniority and experience. It takes a considerable amount of time, generally around 5 to 8 year, for JSO (Junior Statistical Officer) to get promoted to Senior Statistical Officer (Group B – Gazetted) position. The organizational hierarchy and promotion flow are given below in descending order;

  • Director General (DG) – Highest Post
  • Additional Director General (ADG)
  • Deputy Director General (DDG)
  • Director (Group A) – 5th Promotion
  • Joint Director (Group A) – 4th Promotion
  • Deputy Director (Group A) – 3rd Promotion
  • Assistant Director (Group A) – 2nd Promotion
  • SSO (Senior Statistical Officer) – 1st Promotion
  • JSO (Junior Statistical Officer) – Entry Level

Complete Job Profile, Pay Scale & Promotions

One of the Best Government Job offered through SSC CGL examination is the post of Junior Statistical Officer. Candidates selected for Junior Statistical Officerwill be designated as Officer in Ministry of Statics & Programme Implementation, Government of India, as Group ‘B’ Officer. They will be part of the Subordinate Statistical Service (SSS) Cadre under the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation.

JSO (Junior Statistical Officer)is one of the lucrative Central Government Officer Post that come under the umbrella of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Jobs. Every year SSC conducts the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam offering various Job Posts under different Ministries and Departments.

JSO (Junior Statistical Officer), despite being one of the most rewarding and lucrative government job, candidates are not aware about this job profile. Here you will get all the information related to JSO (Junior Statistical Officer)post, be it the nature of the work, postings, pay scales or the promotion policies. Or any other important information you need to know before you appear in exam.

Posting:

  • All India Posting – The post of JSO (Junior Statistical Officer) is an all India level post and officers can be posted anywhere in the country. Of the total number of candidates selected for JSO profile, approximately 80% of postings are done through the National Statistical Office (NSO); the rest are appointed to different Ministries/Departments/Organisation within the Government of India.

Work Profile:

  • The JSO (Junior Statistical Officer) posted at NSO performs two main functions i.e., data collection and data processing.
  • Data Collection: Data Collection profile is primarily an intensive field job. It is generally handled by the FOD (Field Operations Division) of the NSO and the officers are expected to conduct surveys and data collection drives for different governmental schemes, programmes, socio-economic factors, urban surveys and price indexes.
  • Data Processing: The officers posted in NSO’s non-FOD positions have desk jobs and they prepare extensive data reports for the different Governmental Ministries/ Departments/ Organisation. The data compiled by them provides general estimates and parameters for the formulation of government policies, schemes and programmes of the Government of India.

Apart from this JSOs are Posted in most of the Central Govt Ministries and Departments where they are alloted Office work only.

Collection, Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data –

  • Primary and Secondary data, Methods of data collection
  • Tabulation of data;
  • Graphs and charts;
  • Frequency distributions;
  • Diagrammatic presentation of frequency distributions

Measures of Central Tendency :

  • Common measures of central tendency – mean, median and mode;
  • Partition values- quartiles, deciles, percentiles.

Measures of Dispersion:

  • Common measures dispersion – range, quartile deviations, mean deviation and standard deviation;
  • Measures of relative dispersion

Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis :

  • Different types of moments and their relationship;
  • meaning of skewness and kurtosis;
  • different measures of skewness and kurtosis.

Correlation and Regression:

  • Scatter diagram;
  • simple correlation coefficient;
  • simple regression lines;
  • Spearman’s rank correlation;
  • Measures of association of attributes;
  • Multiple regression;

Probability Theory:

  • Meaning of probability;
  • Different definitions of probability;
  • Conditional probability;
  • Compound probability;
  • Independent events;
  • Bayes‟ theorem.

Random Variable and Probability Distributions :

  • Random variable;
  • Probability functions;
  • Expectation and Variance of a random variable;
  • Higher moments of a random variable;
  • Binomial, Poisson, Normal and Exponential distributions
  • Joint distribution of two random variable (discrete)

Sampling Theory :

  • Concept of population and sample;
  • Parameter and statistic, Sampling and non-sampling errors; Probability and non-probability sampling techniques

(simple random sampling, stratified sampling, multistage sampling, multiphase sampling, cluster sampling, systematic sampling, purposive sampling, convenience sampling and quota sampling);

  • Sampling distribution(statement only);
  • Sample size decisions.

Statistical Inference :

  • Point estimation and interval estimation,
  • Properties of a good estimator,
  • Methods of estimation (Moments method, Maximum likelihood method, Least squares method),
  • Testing of hypothesis,
  • Basic concept of testing,
  • Small sample and Large sample tests,
  • Tests based on Z, t, Chi-square and F statistic,
  • Confidence intervals.

Analysis of Variance :

  • Analysis of one-way classified data and
  • two-way classified data

Time Series Analysis :

  • Components of time series,
  • Determinations of trend component by different methods,
  • Measurement of seasonal variation by different methods.

Index Numbers :

  • Meaning of Index Numbers,
  • Problems in the construction of index numbers
  • Types of index number,
  • Different formulae,
  • Base shifting and splicing of index numbers,
  • Cost of living Index Numbers,
  • Uses of Index Numbers.

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Demo

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Demo 2
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Demo 3
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INTRODUCTION & STRATEGY BY Aanchal Madam

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INTRODUCTION & STRATEGY BY Aanchal Madam

Understanding Syllabus

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Understanding Syllabus Part 1
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Understanding Syllabus Part 2
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SSC CGL Statistics – Complete Syllabus (English / Hindi)

Introduction

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Introduction Part 1
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Introduction Part 2
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Introduction Part 3
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Introduction – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Introduction to Statistics – Solved Questions
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CLASS NOTES – Introduction of Statistics – ( English / Hindi)
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Introduction – Unit wise Questions – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
11 questions

Unit 1 - Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data

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U1 – Part 1
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U1 – Part 2
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U1 – Part 3
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U1 – Part 4
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Unit 1 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Unit 1 – Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 1 (Statistics) – (in English / Hindi)
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 1 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
25 questions

Unit 2 - Measures of Central Tendency

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U2 – Part 1
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U2 – Part 2
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U2 – Part 3
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U2 – Part 4
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U2 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 2 (Statistics) – – ( in English / Hindi )
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 2 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
26 questions

Unit 3 - Measures of Dispersion

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U3 – Part 1
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U3 – Part 2
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U3 – Part 3
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U3 – Part 4
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U3 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 3 (Statistics) – PDF
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 3 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
30 questions

Unit 4 - Moments Skewness and Kurtosis

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U4 – Part 1
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U4 – Part 2
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U4 – Part 3
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U4 – Part 4
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U4 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes Unit 4 (Statistics) – PDF Donwload
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 4 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
14 questions

Unit 5 - Correlation and Regression

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U5 – Part 1
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U5 – Part 2
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U5 – Part 3
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U5 – Part 4
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U5 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 5 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 5 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
33 questions

Unit 6 - Probability Theory

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U6 – Part 1
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U6 – Part 2
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U6 – Part 3
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U6 – Part 4
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U6 – Part 5
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Class Notes – Unit 6 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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U6 – Most Probable Previous year Questions
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 6 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
26 questions

Unit 7 - Random Variable and Probability Distributions

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U7 – Part 1
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U7 – Part 2
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U7 – Part 3
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U7 – Part 4
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Class Notes – Unit 7 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 7 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
15 questions

Unit 8 - Sampling Theory

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U8 – Part 1
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U8 – Part 2
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U8 – Part 3
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U8 – Part 4
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Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 8 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 8 – Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
14 questions

Unit 9 - Statistical Inference

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U9 – Part 1
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U9 – Part 2
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U9 – Part 3
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U9 – Part 4
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U9 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 9 (Statistics) – PDF Download

Unit 10 - Analysis of Variance

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U10 – Part 1
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U10 – Part 2
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U10 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 10 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 10– Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
10 questions

Unit 11 - Time Series Analysis

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U11 – Part 1
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U11 – Part 2
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U11 – Part 3
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U11 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 11 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 11– Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
15 questions

Unit 12 - Index Numbers

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U12 – Part 1
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U12 – Part 2
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U12 – Part 3
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U12 – Previous Year Solved Questions
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Class Notes – Unit 12 (Statistics) – PDF Download
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Unit wise Questions – Unit 12– Statistics (सांख्यिकी)
16 questions

Full Mock Tests based on Previous Year Questions

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Full Mock Test 1 – Statistics
100 questions
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Solutions – Full Mock Test 1 – Statistics
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Full Mock Test 2 – Statistics
100 questions
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Solutions – Full Mock Test 2 – Statistics
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Full Mock Test 3 – Statistics
93 questions
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Full Mock Test 4 – Statistics
30 questions

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