SSC UDC 2015 final, Stenographer Grade ‘C’ result 2016: Result declared, check how to download

SSC UDC 2015, Stenographer 'C' 2016 result: The results have been released online.

By: Express Web Desk | Published:November 18, 2016 5:40 pm
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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the result of the Upper Division Grade (UDG) and Stenographer Grade ‘C’. Candidates can check their results on the official website of the SSC by following the steps given below.

Steps to check the SSC UDC 2015, Stenographer ‘C’ 2016 result:

Log on to the official website of the Commission, ssc.nic.in

In the centre of the main page under the heading “What’s New”, click on the desired result you wish to see.

A new page will open with the result links displayed in a blue tabular form.

From this page, Click on the “Click Here” link under the result column in front of your desired result declaration.

The roll numbers of the selected candidates will be displayed in a PDF format.

Check the PDF for your roll number and save the list for future use. You can even take a print of the same if necessary.

For the Stenographer result, the SSC has stated that the list of selected candidates is provisional and is subject to candidates verification. If a mismatch is found between the actual details of a candidate and the ones which he or she has provided to the commission, his or her candidates will be cancelled and their names will be withdrawn from the list.

The Commission has also released the results of other related posts on its official website. The SSC is responsible for recruiting eligible candidates for various government posts and vacancies throughout the country.

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