The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has published a notification for the date for the declaration of SSC CGL Result 2019. The result for Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I), 2018 is going to release on August 20, 2019. The Commission conducted the CGL Tier-I exam from June 04 to 13, 2019.
As per the notification released, a total of 25.97 lakhs candidates registered for the Combined Graduate Level exam. Out of these many candidates, 8,34,746 number of candidates appeared in the Examination with the overall percentage of attendance at 32.27%. The SSC CGL Tier-I has been conducted in 22 shifts, at 362 exam venues, 33 states, and 131 test cities.
The commission conducted a re-exam on June 19, 2019, for 4825 candidates. At several venues, candidates reported the problem of ‘slow server’ during the June 6 exam. Hence, for this, the Commission reconducted the exam on June 19, 2019.
The candidates will be able to check the result for SSC CGL Tier-1 2018 from the SSC’s regional website. On the homepage of the website, the candidates need to click on the relevant link for checking the result. Next, the candidates have to login by entering their roll number or registration number, password, etc. Submit the details and then in the next screen, the candidates can check their marks for Tier-I.
Firstly, the commission releases the CGL result write up and result, after this, the marks of qualified candidates are published. In order to qualify the test, the candidates need to obtain minimum cut off marks as decided by the Commission.
Those who qualify the CGL Tier-1 will be then eligible to appear for the CGL Tier-2 exam. It is scheduled to be conducted from September 11 – 13, 2019. Tier-II is a computer-based test which consists of MCQ type questions. It is divided into 04 papers namely, Paper 1- Quantitative Abilities, Paper 2- English Language and Comprehension, Paper 3 – Statistics (only for JSO), Paper 4 – General Studies Finance and Economics (only for Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer).
As far as the marking scheme is considered for Tier-II for Paper 1, 3, and 4, for a correct answer, candidates will get +2 marks, and -0.5 marks are deducted for an incorrect answer. Whereas, for Paper 2, for a correct answer, 01 marks are awarded and 0.25 marks are deducted for an incorrect answer.
The competitive exam for the Combined Graduate Level is conducted to fill various group B and C posts across government departments and organizations. Those who clear the Tier I exam will have to appear for tier-II, tier-III and skill test. Candidates in group B will are hired at a pay band of Rs 9300 – Rs 34800 and those in group C are hired at a pay band of Rs 5,200 to Rs 20,200.