Staff Selection Commission, SSC will release the Combined Graduate Level, SSC CGL TIER-1 Result 2020 on the official website ssc.nic.in. As per a notice issued on the official website of SSC, they will be available in June 2020. The candidates who appeared in the exam can check the results once available on the official website.
The exam was conducted between March 2 to March 11, 2020, at about 131 exam centers. More than 25 lakh candidates appear for the examination this year. Previously, it was expected that the result will be declared in April. However, the result was postponed due to tomorrow’s COVID-19 pandemic. Once the candidates qualify the CGL Tier 1 they would be sitting for the Tier-II exam, which is scheduled between October 14 to 17, 2020.
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The SSC is a central government body, which carries out examinations to recruit staff. At multiple levels in various ministries and departments. Several lakhs of students appear in the SSC examination every year. They get appointed at government services in Group C and D Categories of jobs once they qualify.
About the Exam
The Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam is carried out annually by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). It consists of four phases, where each phase needs to be cleared depending upon the requirement of different posts. SSC CGL 2019-20 Exam conducts in four tiers, i.e., Tier – I, Tier – II, Tier – III and Tier – IV
Candidates who qualify SSC CGL 2019 tier 1 exam have to appear for the tier-2 paper. SSC CGL is conducted in three stages. The exam is conducted for recruitment in various Central government departments and ministries.
SSC CGL tier-1 tests the knowledge of general intelligence and reasoning, quantitative aptitude, general awareness, and English language and comprehension.
The second stage or tier-2 has questions from Mathematics and English. The exam for both stages is conducted online.
SSC CGL tier-3 conducts in offline mode. Candidates are required to write essays and letters at this stage. The final merit list gets prepare based on marks in all the three stages
Tier-IV is a Computer-based, offline exam. It is a Computer proficiency/skill test. It may be noted that the SSC CGL Tier-IV exam is just qualifying in nature. This implies that marks secured by candidates in the computer proficiency/skill test are not considered at the time of preparation of the final SSC CGL result.
SSC CGL Tier 1 Result 2020
- SSC CGL 2020 Tier-I Exam Date – 3rd to 9th March 2020
- Answer Key – 15th March 2020
- SSC CGL TIER-1 Result 2020 – June 2020 [Expected by 30th June]
- SSC CGL Tier-II & Tier-III Exam Date – 14th to 17th October 2020
- Tier-II & Tier-III Result in Date – notification soon
How to check SSC CGL Result 2020
- Firstly, Visit the official website of SSC as per your region.
- Secondly, On the homepage, you will see the quick links for currently going recruitments.
- Thirdly, Click on the link CGL Result 2020 and it will redirect you to a new page.
- Now, you need to enter the correct details in the blanks mentioned on the new page.
- It may ask to fill registration, roll number, and date of birth.
- Fourthly, fill the details and click on the Submit button or View result.
- Then, Your exam result will appear on your device screen.
- Take a printout of the SSC CGL result for further use.
SSC CGL Tier 1 Result 2020 (Region-wise)
- Central Region (CR) – www.ssc-cr.org
- Northern Region (NR) – www.sscnr.net.in
- Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region (MPR) – www.sscmpr.org
- North Eastern Region (NER) – www.sscner.org.in
- Eastern Region (ER) – www.sscer.org
- Karnataka, Kerala Region (KKR) – www.ssckkr.kar.nic.in
- North Western Sub-Region (NWR) – www.sscnwr.org
- Western Region (WR) – www.sscwr.net
- Southern Region (SR) – www.sscsr.gov.in
Details Mentioned On SSC CGL Merit List 2020
The SSC CGL merit list or SSC CGL result 2020 will consist of the following details:
- Name of the Exam
- Serial Number
- Roll Number of the Candidate
SSC CGL Cutoff Marks
The SSC CGL cut off is the minimum marks that candidates need to secure to qualify each stage of the exam.
The cut off is determined based on factors such as:
- Number of candidates appeared for the exam
- Number of available vacancies
- The difficulty level of the paper
- Previous year cut off
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