SSC CGL 2019- Region-wise Merit List and Cut-off

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Sep 3, 2020

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The Staff Selection Commission has released the result for SSC CGL 2019 Tier-I in July 1, 2020. The exam dates for Tier-II and Tier-III is scheduled for October 14 and 17, 2020. Meanwhile, the marks and the answer key was made available on the official website from July 7- August 6, 2020. Based on the qualifying marks of the year, in different regions of the country, a cut-off marks list has also been published. Also read- SSC CGL 2018 Tier-III result date

The following table gives a clear idea about the CGL 2019, tier-I, List-I cut-off marks:

Category

Cut-off marks

Candidates shortlisted

SC

156.73419

1576

ST

151.46077

780

OBC

172.76640

2904

EWS

175.31247

1202

UR

180.122237

2074*

OH

147.08520

149

HH

117.49075

141

Other-PWD

83.70627

125

Total

8951

The following is the cut-off marks for SSC CGL tier-1, List-II:

Category

Cut-off marks

Candidates shortlisted

SC

130.76651

3647

ST

119.99291

2020

OBC

154.87053

6032

EWS

152.03803

3315

UR

165.77474

3716

OH

130.86331

166

HH

86.44781

181

VH

110.67982

204

Other -PWD

40.0000

110

Total

19391

The following is the cut-off marks for SSC CGL 2019 Tier-1, List III:

Category

Cut-off marks

Candidates shortlisted

SC

115.35401

22965

ST

104.91984

11737

OBC

135.95037

38714

EWS

135.04329

15183

UR

147.78606

25876*

ESM

89.29321

5758

OH

98.42808

2196

HH

40.0000

1761

VH

110.41208

664

Other-PWD

40.0

664

Total

125279

SSC CGL 2019- Preparation of the Merit List

The merit list is prepared SCC region-wise and is published accordingly. In the Merit list PDF, only the registration number of the qualified candidates is mentioned. Besides the merit list, the SSC will also publish a write-up related to the same. It contains the category-wise cut-off marks, the number of qualified candidates in each category, roll number of candidates whose result are not going to be published with others etc. The Commissions decision regarding the result and marks uploaded is full and final.

In case there is a tie, the following are done to resolve it:

  • Total marks of the candidate in Tier-II exam.
  • In case the tie doesn’t break the Tier-III total marks is considered.
  • In the next step, Tier-I will be considered.
  • When the tie does not break still, the candidate who is older is given the preference.
  • Lastly, the candidate whose name comes first alphabetically will be favored, when other tie-breaker rules fail.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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