SSC CGL exam result 2016 for Tier 1 is just round the corner! This is ought to bring relief to lakh of result expectants, since no news of postponement has been notified by the Commission, as of now. SSC CGL Tier 1 exam was held on 27 August-11 September. Result will be announced at ssc.nic.in.
Staff Selection Commission, will shortlist candidates for the forthcoming computer based Tier 2 exam, on the basis of SSC CGL Tier 1 exam result.
SSC CGL Exam Result is expected to be announced on 08 October 2016. Any updates, if announced by the Commission, will be mentioned here.
As a part of the biggest recruitment examination, every candidate awaiting the result must have proper knowledge on the selection criteria adopted for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam. Candidates should note that the Tier 1 exam result will be used for screening candidates for Tier 2 exam. Marks obtained in Tier 1 will be taken into consideration for final merit list.
Though there has been no official update yet, but the Commission has the right to treat Tier 1 as only qualifying.
In order to make the assessment process transparent, the Commission had asked for candidates’ response for the answer keys released. The last date for submission of responses was also extended by the Commission, giving ample time to candidates.
Here’s an important note for all result expectants! SSC will declare the result ONLINE at the official portal only. Therefore candidates are suggested to monitor the official webpage of SSC at ssc.nic.in for regular updates in this regard.
Taking the excitement going around for SSC CGL result 2016 many spam links are getting viral over internet. Candidates are suggested not to disclose sensitive information. Candidates should not be in a haste to retrieve the result early and fast.
Staff Selection Commission is one of the largest functioning government bodies. Recruitment of eligible talents is an important of its function and every year the Commission follows a routine recruitment process for filling up the vacancies. Two of the major examinations conducted by the Commission are at graduate level (CGL) and higher secondary level (CHSL).