The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the results of the Combined Graduate Level Tier-II Examination. A total of 47836 candidates have been shortlisted for this examination, who have been found to be eligible for Tier-III evaluation.
Of these, 2418 shortlisted candidates have been shortlisted for SSC AAO posts and 1887 shortlisted candidates for JSO / Stat. Investigator Gr. II and 43531 candidates for the rest of the posts.
Candidates are shortlisted on the basis of Tier-I and Tier-II examinations. Now, these shortlisted candidates will be eligible for evaluation of the tier-3 examination. Candidates who have not qualified Tier-2 examination will not be able to participate in the further selection process. Let me tell you that the Tier-II exam was a descriptive type examination, which was conducted on 22 November 2020. These are SSC CGL Cut-Off-
Category Cut Off Marks (Tier 1) + Tier-II (Paper-I + II + IV)
Let us tell you that the Combined Graduate Level Examination 2019 (CCHL) of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) was conducted online from Tier-2, 15 to 18 November. 125750 candidates were registered for the CGL exam-2019 across the country. On the other hand, you must also be mindful that the Combined Graduate Level Examination 2020 (CCHL) of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will be held from May 29, 2021, to June 7, 2021.
At the same time, 31112 candidates have been registered for the examination from the central region. 66 exam centers were set up in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar for the CGL exam.
The CGL exam to be conducted in online mode took place in two shifts. The first took place from 10 to 12 in the morning and the second shift from 3 to 5 in the afternoon.