Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the Post Phase 9 examination from February 2 to 10, 2022, at various cities across the country. The exam was conducted in a three-part computer-based objective paper, testing the candidates on broad themes of General Intelligence, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and Basic English language. The result declaration date for the exam is yet to be announced by the commission. The candidates can check their results by visiting the official website ssc.nic.in, and clicking on the result icon.
SSC Results – expected date
The previous year’s trends suggest that results for the SSC Selection Post Phase 9 examination may be expected between March-June 2022. Similarly, we can anticipate the release of the tentative answer keys in approximately 45 days from the date of examination. Aspirants can refer to the answer key to assess their performance and calculate if they have secured the cut-off marks.
|Year||Result date||Answer Key Date||Difference in Time|
|6 Nov – 10 Nov 2020||12 April 2021||27 Dec 2020||150 days, 47 days|
|15 Oct – 16 Oct 2019||18 Feb 2020||30 Oct 2019||120 days, 14 days|
|16 Jan – 18 Jan 2019||17 May 2019||03 Mar 2019||120 days, 43 days|
The minimum marks required to qualify for shortlisting is 35% for unreserved category, 30% for OBC/EWS, and 25% for other categories. The candidates will be further shortlisted for the scrutiny stage based on the score of the computer-based exam with respect to the number of vacancies available in a category.
Below is the average cut off marks for the SSC Selection Post Phase 8 Exam 2020 –
|Category||Graduation & Above||Higher Secondary (10+2)||Matriculation|
The selection will be done in the ratio of 1:20, for up to 5 vacancies and 1:10, for more than 5 vacancies for any category of post. Those shortlisted from the exam will have to appear for the scrutiny of documents on a date announced by the staff selection commission.
The scrutiny stage will be conducted in line with provisions of the recruitment rules of each category as mentioned by the respective Department of Ministry. Once the documents submitted are verified and found intact the candidates can appear for the skill test. Skill tests are not applicable for all and are subject to the requirements of the category of post.
After the scrutiny stage, qualified candidates will be further required to appear for document verification at the concerned Regional offices. The final results will be published on the website of the regional office along with the scores of the selected candidates. The marks of all other candidates will be released on the commission website only after the declaration of the final result of all categories of posts.