Updated: November 15, 2019 11:08:18 pm
SSC CGL 2017 results: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) declared the results for the Combined Graduate-Level (CGL) exam 2017. The canndidates can check the results through the website- ssc.nic.in.
A total of 4,143 candidates qualified after the CGL tier-1, tier-II, tier-III recruitment examinations. The candidates can also check the marks through the website- ssc.nic.in.
SSC CGL results 2017: How to check
Step 1: Visit the official website- ssc.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the ‘download result link’
Step 3: A pdf file with roll number of candidates will appear on screen
Step 4: Download it, and take a print out for further reference.
“Post-wise and category-wise break-up of the candidates selected for different posts against the vacancies reported by the User departments and cut-off details of the last selected candidates against each post is given below,” read the official notification.
“In cases where candidates are selected against horizontal categories (i.e. 3-Ex-Servicemen, 4-OH, 5-HH and 7-VH) marks and Date of Birth of such last selected candidates are reflected against their respective horizontal category, not against their vertical category (i.e. 1- SC, 2-ST, 6-OBC and 9-UR),” mdentioned the official notification.
In the stage II exam, thousands of candidates took to the streets demanding cancellation of the exam over an alleged leak. The SSC conducts seven exams every year in stages — Tier I, Tier II, Tier III and Tier IV where a candidate is tested for mathematics, English and computer proficiency. The next step is document verification, which happens together for Tier III and IV candidates.
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