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SSC CGL, MTS, JE result delayed till further notice

The results for MTS and CGL 2018 were to be declared on April 30, May 8 respectively while there was no exact date announced for CGL 2019 results, the result of SSC JE exam was scheduled to be released on April 9.

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 26, 2020 8:34:59 pm
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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) in a recent notice has informed that the result for the recruitment exams held for the post of Junior Engineer (JE), Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) exam paper-II and Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) for tier-III exam of 2018 and tier-I exam for 2019 test have been postponed till further notice.

The results for MTS and CGL 2018 were to be declared on April 30, May 8 respectively while there was no exact date announced for CGL 2019 results, the result of SSC JE exam was to be released on April 9, as per the scheduled shared by the SSC, however, it was not announced. In the recent notice, the Commission said that the delay is caused “due to the COVID-19” and “fresh dates will be intimated later.”

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“Due to the situation arising out of COVID-19 pandemic, work related to the evaluation and preparation of results has been held up. Therefore, the result of Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination, 2018 (Paper-II) could not be declared on April 9. Further results of the other two examinations cannot be declared as scheduled,” the SSC said in an official statement, “fresh dates for the declaration of results will be intimated in due course,” it added.

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