SSC CHSL Tier I result 2018 declared at ssc.nic.in, check cut-off here

SSC CHSL Tier I Result 2018: The result of SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Tier I examination 2017 has been declared on June 15 at the official website of the Staff Selection Commission — ssc.nic.in

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 18, 2018 9:30:24 am
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SSC CHSL Tier I Result 2018: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the result of Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Tier I examination 2017 today, June 15. All those candidates who had appeared for the same can check their respective results at the official website of the Commission — ssc.nic.in. The exam was conducted from March 4 to 28 in the computer-based mode and the answer keys for the same were also uploaded earlier.

The candidates who will clear the Tier I examination would be called for the Tier II examination which is scheduled for July 8, 2018. There are a total of 3,259 vacancies available and the pay scale will range from Rs 5,200 to 20,200. The examination was conducted for recruitment to the posts of lower division clerk (LDC), junior secretariat assistant, postal assistant, sorting assistant, data entry operator.

READ | SSC CHSL Tier 1 Result 2018 LIVE: Results declared, check at ssc.nic.in

Here is the category-wise cut-off 
SC 122.50
ST 112.00
OBC 139.00
UR 143.50
Ex-servicemen 83.00
OH 111.50
HH 73.50
VH 95.50

SSC CHSL Tier I Result 2018: How to check 

Step 1: Log on to the official website mentioned above

Step 2: Under ‘Latest news’, click on the link for result

Step 3: In the provided fields, enter the required details

Step 4: Click on submit

Step 5: Your result will be displayed on the screen

Step 6: Download the same and take a printout for future reference.

SSC CHSL 2018: Selection process

The selection process has three stages. The first stage is the computer-based examination which will be conducted for 200 marks and there will be a negative marking of 0.5 marks for each wrong answer. The second stage is the descriptive paper for 100 marks and will be conducted in a pen-and-paper mode for one hour. Those who clear this round can appear for stage three, which includes the skill test or typing test.

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