SSC CGL 2020 Result for Tier 1 will be announced in the month of April 2020. The result will be released in PDF format and candidates can check their results by downloading the file from the official website. However, the result of 2019 Tier 3 will be declared on May 8, 2020. The marks obtained in each tier of SSC CGL will be normalized first as the exam is conducted in multiple days and shifts.
Candidates qualifying the cut off criteria of Tier 1 will become eligible to appear for Tier 2. The cut off is the minimum score that needs to be obtained by the candidates in order to qualify for the next level of recruitment. A total of 34 Group B and C posts were released by the commission. Every year more than 30 lakh candidates register for SSC CGL and around 15 lakh aspirants appear for the exam. Check SSC CGL 2020 Cut Off
NOTE: Supreme Court (SC) has declined to scrap the SSC CGL 2017 examination. However, the result would be subjected to the final outcome of the case.
|SSG CGL Result Declaration mode||Online|
|Official website for SSG CGL result declaration||ssc.nic.in|
|Details present in the Tier I mark list||Name, Roll Number, Category; Whether or not qualified for Tier II|
|Combined Final Merit List Declaration||2-3 months after the conclusion of the entrance examination|
|Details present in the Combined final merit List||Roll Number, Name, Marks obtained (Irrespective of qualification)|
SSC CGL exam result for each Tier will be declared separately. Once the result for all the tiers is out, the authorities combine all the scores together to prepare a single SSC CGL merit list. Candidates can check the result declared on the official website i.e. ssc.nic.in.Candidates may follow the steps to check tier-wise SSC CGL results:
Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC.
Step 2: Under the Results heading, click on the ‘Combined Graduate Level Tier I Examination Result.’
Step 3: The roll number wise mark list is displayed in the PDF format.
Step 4: Candidates can search for their roll number to check if the list contains their names. If their name is present in the list, then they have cleared the cut-off and are eligible for the next Tier.
Candidates can download the tier-wise merit list from the official website and check for their roll number in that list. The merit list contains the following information.
Candidates who have successfully qualified and appeared for all the tiers of SSG CGL 2020 examination can check for the declaration of Final Merit List on the official website. This final merit list is prepared by taking the performance of candidates in all the Tiers of the SSC CGL examinations.
Step 1: Visit the official website
Step 2: Find and click on the ‘Marks of Candidates-CGL’ link.
Step 3: PDF file containing the roll number wise marks list will appear. This file can be downloaded.
Step 4: Candidates can check for their results according to their roll numbers.
Candidates can download the combined final merit list after 2-3 months of the examination. This list will contain the details such as the roll number of the candidate, name of the candidate and the rank and overall marks obtained by the candidate. The marks of candidates will be displayed, irrespective of whether they have cleared the requisite cut off.
If two are more candidates who have obtained the same overall combined score, the priority is given to the candidate who has scored more in the written test (Tier-III).
SSC CGL Cutoff will be released along with the result on the official website. Based on the candidate's performance in Tier-1, they will qualify for Tier-2. Separate cut-offs will be released for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer, Junior Statistical Officer in the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation and all other posts. Scores will be calculated by adopting the normalization technique. Read More
Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II, and Paper-IV (General Studies (Finance & Accounts))]
Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II, and Paper-III (Statistics)]
Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II)
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.