WBSSC LDA/LDC exam 2016: Results declared, check here

West Bengal WBSSC LDA/LDC results 2016: The exam was held in June this year.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 20, 2016 11:28 am

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The Staff Selection Commission of West Bengal (WBSSC) has declared the results of the Lower Division Assistant/ Lower Division Clerk exam. Candidates can check their results on the official website of the West Bengal Commission.

The WB SSC has released the notification saying that those candidates who have not been successfull in the exam will be allowed to see their OMR answer sheets. To see the answer sheets, candidates need to check the website to know how to apply for viewing the OMR sheet.

The written exam was held in June this year. Candidates are advised to check the website of the West Bengal Staff Selection Commission for more information related to correction queries.

Steps to check the West Bengal WBSSC LDA/LDC results 2016:

Log on to the official website of the WBSSC, wbssc.gov.in

On the top of the page in red will be the active link for the result

You will be taken to a  new page when you click on the link.

Scroll down and click on “View Individual Candidate Result”

Enter your roll number and date of birth

Your result will be displayed when you click on submit

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The Staff Selection Commission conducts regular recruitment exams to shortlist candidates for various posts on government offices and departments. The Commission has regional offices for all regions which hold recruitment exams for the regional vacancies in government departments. Every year, thousands of candidates take part in the examination and many get jobs. The Combined Graduuate Level (CGL) and the Combined High School Level (CHSL) exams are the most anticipated exams by the SSC.

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