Complete SSC CGL Syllabus 2021 – New Pattern For Tier I, II, III, IV

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As per SSC stats, 3 million people from all parts of the country have applied for SSC CGL Posts this year i.e 2017. SSC as we know is responsible for hiring or recruiting people for various government departments in different states. Most people in our country want to get a government job for obvious reasons, and SSC CGL is one of the best carrier options they can get in government departments.

Since the minimum age to apply for CGL starts from 18(or 20) years up to an upper age limit of 27(or 30 or 32) years (different posts have different age slab) therefore it’s not a surprise that people apply for this exam not once or twice, but as many times as they can. For those who have given CGL exams at least once, they are most likely to be aware of the paper pattern and syllabus. But, for novices who don’t know a thing about SSC CGL paper pattern and syllabus, this article will certainly help you.

See also: SSC upcoming jobs in 2021

SSC CGL Paper Pattern And Syllabus

Quite often, people are confused about the pattern through which one can get recruited by SSC for the desired post. The process of selection is simple, one can get in grade ‘B’ or grade ‘C’ post through CGL.

As you know various posts come under CGL, and tests are conducted in 4 steps called tiers. In order to be eligible for the next tier, a person has to first clear tire 1. Following is the detailed description of the SSC CGL paper pattern and Syllabus tire wise.

# Tier – I (Prelims)

Anyone who has applied for CGL is eligible to give the Tier – I exam, and without clearing this exam, one can not be eligible to appear for the Tier-II exam. Clearing tier I will make you eligible for various posts.

Tier I Paper Pattern

Name of the Part Questions Marks
General Intelligence & reasoning (Syllabus) 25 50
General Awareness (Syllabus) 25 50
Quantitative Aptitude (Syllabus) 25 50
English Comprehension (Syllabus) 25 50
Total 100  200
Time 60 min
Note*: candidates suffering from cerebral palsy will be given 80 minutes of time

Let’s understand this table in detail. The paper can be divided into 4 sections namely, general intelligence & reasoning, general awareness, quantitative aptitude, and English comprehension. All of this section will contain 25 questions, and each question will carry 2 marks.

So, the whole paper will be a total of 200 marks, and a composite time of 1 hour (60 min.) will be given to complete the paper. Candidates who are suffering from cerebral palsy will get 20 minutes extra, i.e they will have to complete the paper within 80 minutes.

Negative Marking

Since there will be negative marking, therefore, candidates should be very careful while answering the questions. For every wrong answer, 0.5 marks will be deducted from your score. So, don’t play the guessing game and do not select an answer if you are not sure about it.

The paper will be conducted online, hence, the paper will be objective type. There will be a question for which 4 options will be given, candidates will have to select the right answer and then move on to the next question. After all the questions are complete, candidates can submit the paper.

People often get nervous when they here of online tests because they have never seen one before. There is nothing to worry about, online test is better than offline as chances of mistakes are less, and you can easily mark or unmark any question whenever you want.

Tier I Syllabus

Following is the list of topics from which the questions are asked in tier 1. Though we have tried to cover almost all the topics, sometimes questions may be asked from outside the syllabus. Therefore, candidates must be well prepared for such situations.

Before moving on to the syllabus, candidates must know the difficulty level of all 4 papers. All the questions that will come in tier 1 will be of maximum 10th level, but one must not take it lightly as some questions may be very difficult, and not to mention the competition and cutoff for tier 1 is always high. So, try to do your best in tier 1.

  1. General Intelligence & Reasoning25 Q’s (50 marks)
  2. Classification
    No. of Q’s in exam : 3 to 6
    Difficulty level: Easy
    Explanation: In such questions, a series is given (series can be of numbers, letters, etc.) out of which one has to select the odd one out.Word Formation
    No. of Q’s in the exam: 0 to 1
    Difficulty level: Ok
    Explanation: Few letters will be given, and candidates will have to form a word out of those letters. Of course, the words will be random and jumbled. Coding-Decoding.
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: Candidates have to code or decode messages through various predefined techniques. It may sometimes be quite time-consuming, therefore candidates need to be in practice to solve these questions. Puzzle
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: moderate to difficult
    Explanation: These questions consume time, as one has to think of various ways to solve a number or word base puzzle.Blood Relations
    No. of Q’s in the exam : 0 to 1
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: In these kinds of questions, one has to find the proper relation of a person with some other person. The relation of both the person is explained very complexly in question, one has to simply the words and then figure out the relation. Word Arrangement
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: different words are given in these questions and candidates need to arrange those words in a logical order. Direction Sense Test
    No. of Q’s in the exam : 0 to 1
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: The question is presented in a boggling manner. Various directions and distances are given, and candidates need to find the exact distance and direction as asked in the question. Verbal Reasoning
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: moderate to difficult
    Explanation: Question among Statement, Conclusion/Assumption, course of action, Assertion & Reasoning, Arguments.Non-Verbal Reasoning
    No. of Q’s in exam: 4 to 5
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: One needs to use visual memory along with logic and common sense in such questions. Questions like completing the pattern, folding, and unfolding images are asked. Matrix
    No. of Q’s in the exam : 0 to 1
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: Questions from the matrix are asked. These kinds of questions often take time, but if one knows the correct method to apply to these questions, then they can be very scoring.Venn Diagrams/ Syllogism
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: One needs to show the relationship between various objects through the Venn Diagram.
  1. Quantitative Aptitude (Q.A)25 Q’s (50 marks)
  2. Number System
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Normal math questions like Rational and Irrational numbers, HCF, LCM, etc are asked in this part.Average
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Simple questions in which one needs to find an average of something comes in this part. Gives high chances of scoring if practiced effectively. Simplification
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: simple math problems like finding Roots, simplifying equations with BODMAS rules, etc.Percentage
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Questions based on percentage are asked in this section.Interest
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: simple interest, compound interest, installments, and other such problems are given in this part of the paper.Ration And Proportion
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Questions related to ratio and proportion, simple and compound ratio, etc. are asked in this section.Age Problems
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: All range of questions that are associated with age like, age differences, rations of ages, etc.Mixture
    No. of Q’s in exam :0 to 1
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: questions like if something is mixed with something then find the ratio in which they are mixed etc. are asked in this section.Time And Work
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Problems related to time and work, like work done by people in the given time or wages they will earn, etc.Arithmetic Progression (AP)
    No. of Q’s in the exam : 0 to 1
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: Questions in this part are asked from the AP or arithmetic progression.Number Series
    No. of Q’s in the exam :
    Difficulty level :
    Explanation :

    Time, Speed & Distance
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: every possible question that can be related to time, speed, and distance, are asked in this part.

    Profit And Loss
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Problems regarding buying and selling, earning a profit, loss, etc. are asked in this section.

    Trigonometry
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: Questions connected to trigonometry like trigonometric identities, degree, radian, etc. comes in this section.

    Geometry
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: Each and every question that is related to geometry in any way can come in this part of the paper.

    Algebra
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 4
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: questions from the linear equation, quadratic equation, etc will come.

    Mensuration
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: Square, rectangle, circle, and other questions related to shapes are asked.

    Data Interpretation
    No. of Q’s in exam : 3 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: questions from the table, pie chart, bar graphs, and line graphs appear in this part.

  1. English Language25 Q’s (50 marks)
  2. Comprehension Passage
    No. of Q’s in exam: 5
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: A passage will be given, and some questions and other problems like fill in the blanks, true false will be asked related to that passage. Fill in the blanks
    No. of Q’s in exam : 3 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: One has to fill the blanks with the correct word in the given sentence. The word can be related to Grammar, vocabulary, etc. Phrase or idiom meaning
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: The meaning of given idioms and phrases, or making sentences out of given phrases or such question is asked.Sentence Improvement / Sentence Correction / Phrase replacement
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy (need good grasp)
    Explanation: Be it correcting a sentence or replacing a word to make the sentence correct, one has to have a good command of Grammar to score good marks in this part.Spelling error
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: many misspelled will be given among which one word will be correctly spelled. You have to find that word to score.Common error/ error spotting
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: A sentence is given in which there is an error, one needs to find that error.Substitution
    No. of Q’s in exam : 3 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: One needs to find an appropriate substitution of a word in a sentence.Synonyms/ Antonyms
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: Synonyms are words that have the same meaning, while antonyms are word that has opposite meanings.
  1. General Awareness (G.A)25 Q’s (50 marks)
  2. Indian History
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Geography
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Environment
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy Biology
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Chemistry
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Physics
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Economics
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Culture
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Politics
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate Current affairs
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: questions can be picked from any of the latest happening or event that was in news headlines.General knowledge (GK)
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: questions related to sports, author’s books, famous personalities, technologies, etc are asked.

    Dates, portfolios, schemes
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: Questions regarding important schemes by government, their dates, and other important details come in this section.

    Animals, plants, space science
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: candidate’s knowledge about animals, plants, and space science is checked in this section.

    Disease and pollutions
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: questions related to common disease and pollution that is caused to the environment are given.

    Nutrition
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 2
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: vital nutrition is required for the human body and other questions are asked.

Note: The main motive while practicing the GI and reasoning questions should be to improve and make better use of common sense instead of just looking for tricks to solve such questions. Learning tricks is important, but developing common sense is of prime importance.

# Tier II (Mains)

If a person clears Tier I exam of SSC CGL, then s/he is eligible to appear for the Tier II exam. The level of difficulty in tier II is much higher than in tier I, and most people fail in tier II.

See also: SSC CGL admit card

Tier-II Paper Pattern

Paper Paper Name Questions Marks Time for

Each Paper

 1 Quantitative Ability

(syllabus)

100 200 2 hours
2 English language & comprehension

(syllabus)

200 200 2 hours
3 Statistics

(syllabus)

100 200 2 hours
4 General Studies (Finance and Economics)

(syllabus)

100 200 2 hours
Note*: VH & Cerebral palsy candidates will be allotted 2:40 hours for each paper.

Let’s see the main points of the given table:

There will be 4 papers for Tier II, the first 2 papers are compulsory for all posts. Paper-III is only for the post of ‘Statistical Investigator Gr. II’ and ‘Compiler’ whereas Paper-V is only for the post of Assistant Audit/Accounts Officer (AAO).

Paper-I which is Quantitative Ability will carry 100 questions each of 2 marks. This makes it a total of 200 marks.

Paper-II (English language & comprehension) has 200 questions, each of 1 marks, therefore, a total of 200 marks.

Paper-III consists of 100 questions with 2 marks each, which makes it a 200 marks paper.

Paper-IV also consists of 100 questions with 2 marks each, which makes it a 200 marks paper.

As we can see in the table each paper is given with a separate timing of 2 hours (2:40 hrs. for special candidates). It means there will be two separate exams in a day, one paper will be conduct in the morning shift and another will be in the afternoon shift.

Similarly, the third and fourth papers will commence on another day.

Negative marking

A negative marking of 0.5 for every wrong answer is done for every section except for English for which there are 0.25 marks of negative marking. However, if the question is left un-attempted, then no marks are deduced. Also, the time given for each of the papers is 2 hours (40 minutes of extra time will be given to candidates suffering from cerebral palsy for each paper).

Tier-II Syllabus

As mentioned above in the article, the questions in the exam may come out of the given syllabus. Also, the difficulty level of tier 2 will be significantly more than tier 1, therefore, candidates must be well prepared for the worst-case scenario.

Only those candidates who qualified for the merit list of tier 1 will get the chance to sit for the tier 2 exam. While preparing, keep in mind that the final merit list will be made after adding the marks of tier 1, 2, and 3. So, those who are aiming for the higher posts must prepare accordingly.

  1. Quantitative Ability 100 Q’s (200 marks)
  2. Simplification
    No. of Q’s in exam : 3 to 6
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: problems from BODMAS, surds & indices, fraction, etc. Number System
    No. of Q’s in exam: 6 to 8
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: Factors and multiples, LCM, HCF, etc. Percentage
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: increase and decrease in percentage, etc Average
    No. of Q’s in exam: 5 to 6
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: determining averages of various quantities like age, speed, etc. Ratio and Proportion
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 6
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: componends and dividends, simple and compound ratio, direct and indirect proportions, etc.Alligations and mixture
    No. of Q’s in exam: 1 to 4
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: problems related to 2 or more than 2 entities mixture. Interest
    No. of Q’s in exam : 3 to 5
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: installments, simple interest, compound interest, etc. Data interpretation
    No. of Q’s in exam: 5 to 7
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: problems involving graphs, lines, pie charts, histograms, polygon, etc.Profit and loss
    No. of Q’s in the exam: 8 to 12
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: discount, gain or loss, partnership, buying, and selling, etc.Time, speed, and distance
    No. of Q’s in exam: 4 to 6
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: boat, train, car, bus average speed, uniform speed, etc.Time and work
    No. of Q’s in exam: 5 to 7
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: no. of days, wages, work efficiency, etc.

    Number series
    No. of Q’s in the exam : 0 to 1
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: finding the wrong or missing numbers, completing series, etc.

    Trigonometry
    No. of Q’s in the exam: 8 to 10
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: finding trigonometric ratios, trigonometric max, and min function value, height, distance, etc.

    Algebra
    No. of Q’s in exam: 4 to 9
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: algebraic identities, functions, linear and quadratic equations, etc.

    Mensuration
    No. of Q’s in the exam: 10 to 12
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: question on different shapes like circle, semi-circle, chords of circle, rectangle, square, rhombus, trapezium, parallelogram, triangle, cube, etc.

  1. English Language & Comprehension200 Q’s (200 marks)
  2. Comprehension passage
    No. of Q’s in exam: 30
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: A passage from any topic is given and then a variety of questions are asked related to that topic.Para Jumbles
    No. of Q’s in exam: 20
    Difficulty level: moderate to bit difficult
    Explanation: some jumbled words are given and candidates need to arrange the words in a proper sequence to form a correct sentence.Direct/indirect speech
    No. of Q’s in exam: 25
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: questions on the narration of direct/indirect speech.Active/passive voices
    No. of Q’s in exam: 20
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: converting sentences into active or passive voice.Sentence improvement
    No. of Q’s in exam: 10
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: A sentence is given and candidates need to find a good word to make the sentence better.Phrase/idioms/one word substitution
    No. of Q’s in the exam: 20 to 25
    Difficulty level: easy to moderate
    Explanation: have to choose one word that can replace a word in the given sentence. Spelling error
    No. of Q’s in exam: 2 to 3
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: finding the word with the right spelling in the given group of wrongly spelled words.Synonyms/Antonyms
    No. of Q’s in exam: 6
    Difficulty level: moderate
    Explanation: words with the same meaning or opposite meanings are asked.Common errors/sentence errors
    No. of Q’s in exam: 20
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: one needs to spot an error in the given sentence. Cloze tests/fill in the blanks from paragraph
    No. of Q’s in the exam: 25 to 30
    Difficulty level: easy
    Explanation: a paragraph is given and some fill in the blanks questions are given. Candidates need to fill the blank with an appropriate word from the paragraph.
  1. Statistical100 Q’s (200 marks)
  2. Collection & representation of data
    Topics: frequency distribution, various methods of collecting data, etc.Measures of central tendency
    Topics: partition values – quartiles, deciles and percentiles, common measures – mean, median, and mode.Measures of dispersion
    Topics: measures of relative dispersion, common measures – range, quartile deviations, standard deviation and mean deviation.Moments, skewness, and kurtosis
    Topics: meaning and different measures of skewness and kurtosis, different types of moments, and their relationship. correlation and regression
    Topics: scatter diagram, simple correlation coefficient, simple regression lines, spearman’s rank correlation, Multiple and partial correlations (For three variables only), etc.Probability theory
    Topics: meaning and different definitions of probability, Bayes’ theorem, compound probability, etc.Random variable and probability distributions
    Topics: Random variable, higher moments of a random variable, Poisson, binomial, etc.Sampling theory
    Topics: concept of population and sample, parameter and statistics, sample and non-sapling errors, etc.Statistical inference
    Topics: method of estimation, point estimation, and interval estimation, etc.Analysis of variance
    Topics: analysis of one way and two way classified data.Time series analysis
    Topics: components of time series, determination, and trend components by different methods, measurement of seasonal variation by different methods.

    Index numbers
    Topics: types of index numbers, the meaning of index numbers, cost of living index numbers, problems in the construction of index numbers, etc.

  1. Finance & governance100 Q’s (200 marks)
  2. Finance and accounting fundamentals
    topic: fundamental principles and basic concept of accounting.Financial accounting
    topic: Nature and scope, basic concepts and conventions, limitation of financial accounting, etc.Basic concepts of accounting
    topic: single and double entry, journal book of original entry, bank reconciliation, profit, and loss appropriation accounts, etc.Economics and GovernanceTopics: comptroller & auditor general of India – constitutional provisions, roles, and responsibilities.Topics: finance commission-role and function.Topics: basic concepts of economics an introduction to microeconomics, central problems of an economy and production possibilities curve, and methods of economic study.Topics: theory of demand and supply, the meaning of determination and supply, the law of supply and elasticity of supply, etc.Topics: theory of production and cost meaning and factors of production, laws of productions, etc.Topics: forms of market and price determination of different markets.

    Topics: Indian economy, poverty, population, growth, unemployment, infrastructure.

    Topics: economic reforms in India since 1991, globalization and disinvestment, privatization, liberalization.

    Topics: money and banking

    Topics: Role of IT in governance

So this the syllabus for SSC CGL tier-II now let’s move on to the tier II syllabus and paper pattern.

# Tier III

Tier 1 and 2 will be objective type papers in which 4 choices are given for every question. But Tier 3 is totally different from the previous ones. It is descriptive type papers, which means that you will use pen and paper to write this exam.

The paper is conducted in Hindi and English, and it’s up to the candidate in which language s/he chooses to give the exam. The answer sheet will not be checked if some answers are given in Hindi while some in English. The answers can be written only in one language.

Tier III SYLLABUS AND PAPER PATTERN

Following are the main points of the tier 3 exam :

  • The paper will be a pen-paper (descriptive) type.
  • Paper can be given in English or Hindi.
  • Candidates need to write an essay/passage of approx 250 words.
  •  A letter/Application of approx 150 words.
  • Marks = 100, time = 60 min (80 min. for candidates suffering from cerebral palsy).
  • Minimum 33 percent are needed to qualify for this exam.
  • The paper will be of 12th level.

There is not much to talk about tier 3, but there is surely a lot to practice in order to prepare for this part. So, keep your preparation high and achieve your goal.

# Tier IV

Tier- IV exam is not applicable to all posts, It is conducted only for such posts that require computer knowledge and typing skills. Therefore, Tier-4 includes two skill tests that are qualifying in nature. The two tests are:

i. Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) and

ii. Data Entry Speed Test (DEST). `

CPT will be held only for those particular candidates who have also applied for the following post/s:

Assistant Section Officer of Central Secretariat Service (CSS)

Assistant Section Officer (MEA)

Assistant in Serious Fraud Investigation Officer (SFIO) Under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs

Assistant (GSI) in the Ministry of Mines.

While, DEST will hold only for those particular candidates who have also applied for the post of Tax Assistant (Central Excise and Income Tax).

Note: In Tier- 4 a candidate will go through only one skill test either CPT or DEST, according to the type of skill required for that post as discussed above.

The task for Computer Proficiency Test (CPT)

Word Processing
In this test, candidates are given an English passage, and they have to make 2000 key depression in 15 minutes. This means that a candidate has to press keys 2000 times in 15 minutes with accuracy to qualify for this round. Accuracy meaning not some meaningless random words, but the words and symbols given in the passage. Spreadsheet
Candidates need to have basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel sheet for this test. Some basic maths calculations will be given to perform in an excel sheet. Generation of slides
Like the spreadsheet, in this test candidates must have knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint. You will need to make the PowerPoint slide show, and some other questions will also be asked related to a PowerPoint.

The task for Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) 

This is a simple typing test. In this, candidates are needed to give 2000 key depression in 15 minutes. An English passage is given, and you will type according to that passage.

So, this is the whole syllabus for SSC CGL tier I, II, III, and IV. Please note the lists of syllabus given in the above article may not include all the topics that come in the CGL exam. Therefore readers are advised to do proper research before reaching any decision.

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