The Staff Selection Commission has acknowledged the issues faced by the candidates, who appeared for the Combined Graduate Level Examination on 10 August 2017. The Commission has released a notice, ensuring that it will take proper measures so that candidates are not at disadvantage. The matter came to light when numerous candidates complaint of difficulty in viewing a particular question in the quantitative section. The problem was only faced by those candidates, who appeared for the examination in SSC CGL Tier II Batch II (13.15 pm to 14.15 pm).

SSC has fortified that it will take proper steps to deal with the situation, in the best way possible. However, it has not disclosed the exact action that will be taken. While some are expecting that the examination might be held again. The possibility of such does not seem too high. The Commission might also opt to give marks for the particular question to all the candidates or may come up with a new solution to the problem. Whatever SSC will choose to do about the situation, it will give prior information about it and will keep the interested of the candidates at priority.

SSC CGL 2017 examination is being held to fill the post of Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Accounts Officer, Assistant Section Officer, Assistant Superintendent, etc. The selection of the candidates will be done in four tiers. For now, the examination for the Tier I of SSC CGL is being held. The last paper will be conducted on 24 August 2017. However, the technical glitch in the 10 Ausgut paper might lead to an extension.

The result for Tier I is expected to be announced in the month of September/October 2017. However, before the announcement of the result, the SSC CGL Answer Key will be published. The answer key will be provided on and the candidates will be able to use it to predict their scores. The candidates will also be invited to challenge the key within a certain period of time. When all the objections will be submitted and cross-checked, the final answer key will be released and on the basis of it, the result will be announced.

The result of SSC CGL will be also be announced online. The candidates who will qualify the examination will be called for the Tier II of the examination. The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of cutoff score. Last year, the cutoff for SSC Tier I was 114, 103, 125.5, and 137 for the SC, ST, OBC, and UR category. Also, out of the registered 38.04 lakh candidates, only 14.82 lakh qualified the exam.

Out of the qualified 14.82 lakh candidates, 4796 qualified for the Tier III (Assistant Audit Officer), 15030 for the Tier-III (Assistant Section Officer in CSS and Assistant in MEA), and 1254 for Tier III (Junior Statistical Officer), and 35089 for Tier III (All Post Except AAO, ASO). The cutoff for the second tier of the examination varied as per the post. For the above mentioned posts, the cutoff for the UR candidates was 536.0, 449.0, 502.0, and 422.0, respectively.

Have you appeared for SSC CGL 2017 or planning to appear for it in future? What do you think is the best solution in this case? Should SSC conduct the examination or again or is there any other better solution to the problem. Let us know your thoughts, leave a comment below.

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