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SSC CGL 2016: Notification out, check new date for filing answer objections

The SSC CGLE Tier I exam was held on August 27 this year

By: Express Web Desk | Noida |
Updated: September 27, 2016 10:02:09 am

 

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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released a fresh notification on its website for the Common Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) stating that candidates who had applied for a representation against their answers on the official website of the SSC and made the payment of Rs 100 by Monday, 5 pm, September 26, 2016 but had not been able to make the representation will be allowed time to do so in the next two days. The notification can be viewed on the official website of the SSC.

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According to the SSC website, these candidates will be able to make their representations from Wednesday, September 28, 2016 (10 am onwards) upto Thursday September 29, 2016 (till 5 pm) following the same way.

The CGLE Tier I exam was held by the SSC on August 27 this year. The SSC had released a notification that it will be accepting representations against the answers for the CGLE 2016 up till September 26, 2016 (upto 5 pm). Candidates had to pay a fee for Rs 100 for the representation.

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The SSC is a government body which conducts recruitment examinations on a national level for shortlisting eligible candidates for government posts in various governmental departments and offices. The recruitment exams are held every year. Lakhs of candidates participate in the examination every year for these examinations.

The pattern of the SSC CGLE exam had changed this year as the exam was made computer based as opposed to the pen and paper examination system till last year. The number of questions was reduced as well to 100 questions so students had more time to attempt the paper.

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