SSC CGL results 2017: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the results of Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier 1 examination, 2017 on Monday night, a day before the scheduled release date. In a note released earlier by the commission, the tentative date of result declaration is October 31. Candidates who have appeared for the same can view their result from the official website – ssc.nic.in.
Over 30.26 lakh candidates registered for the recruitment exam of which over 14 lakh candidates appeared. CGL 2017 Tier I had started from August 5 for 43 batches. The average attendance for the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam is 52.66 per cent so far. View | SSC CGL 2017 results updates
SSC CGL results 2017, here’s how to check
Step 1: Visit the official website of the Staff Selection Commission or click here
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the ‘results’ section
Step 3: There will be two options – write up and ‘results’
Step 4: Click on results to check your name and roll number in the pdf file
Step 5: To view cut-off marks category-wise, click on ‘write-up’
Step 6: Check and download the results
The official website may run slow, we suggest candidates view scores after some time. A total of 15,450 candidates have qualified SSC CGL 2017 Tier I.
SSC has released 3 lists as per the post they applied for. List 1 is for those who applied for the post of AAO and will appear in paper I, II, and IV in tier II exam. List 2 is for JSO post applicants who have to appear in paper I, II, and III in tier II exam.
List 3 is for all candidates who have qualified for tier II and will appear in paper I and II. Apart from tier II, these candidates will also have to appear in tier III which will be a descriptive test.
Here is the list
The successful candidates will now have to sit for Tier-II exam. SSC will take account of marks of the Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III to calculate the final score. Candidates have to pass all the tiers separately.
Some candidates have started a Facebook campaign writing their grievances, demanding normalisation of scores. They believe after analysing the answer keys, the questions were comparatively difficult for those who appeared in and before August 16 sessions.
Every year, the SSC releases recruitment notification to fill vacant posts in various ministries, departments, and organisations in the government. SSC CGL 2017 results details, read here