The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the results for the Tier 1 of Combined Graduate Level Examination or CGL 2020 today. The examination was conducted from August 13 to 24, 2021 in a computer-based mode. Those candidates who have appeared for SSC CGL 2020 Tier 1 examination can now check their results from ssc.nic.in.
SSC has also released the cut-off marks of the Tier 1 examination. To check the same, candidates can follow the steps given below.
Step 1- Visit the official website of SSC – ssc.nic.in
Step 2- Go to the ‘Latest News’ category and click on the link that reads ‘Declaration of Result of Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier 1) 2020
Step 3- The PDF version of the write-up will open
Step 4- Scroll through the page and check the cut-off marks
Direct Link to Check SSC CGL 2020 Tier 1 Cut-off – Click Here
The cut-off marks have been released separately in the form of three lists. The first list or List 1 is for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer. Similarly, List 2 is for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) while List 3 is for all the other posts.
As compared to 2019, this year’s SSC CGL Tier 1 cut-offs were less. Irrespective of the category of candidates, the cut-off marks have come down this time. In 2019, the SC category under List 1 saw 156.73419 as cut-off while this time, it came down to 145.28912. As we can see, the marks came down by nearly 11 marks. Similarly, other categories under the first list saw an 8 to 12 marks reduced cut-off. The only category for which the cut-off was higher this time is PWD since it was 83.70627 in 2019 while for 2020, it stood at 95.12633.
The same trend is seen for lists 2 and 3. Although List 2 didn’t see a great difference as compared to List 1, the marks were mostly less by 3 to 10 scores. However, it was only the HH that had a high cut-off as compared to 2019. It was 86.44781 in 2019 while in 2020, it stood at 108.73007. List 3 also saw lower cut-off marks when compared to 2019. The only difference is that the cut-off for HH and PWD categories remained the same, i.e. 40.00000.