SSC Declared CHSL Tier 1 Result; 48404 Qualify For Tier 2 Exam

The SSC CHSL tier 1 result is available at the official websites ssc.nic.in and ssconline.nic.in.

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SSC Declared CHSL Tier 1 Result; 48404 Qualify For Tier 2 Exam

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New Delhi:  For as many as 26,51,962 candidates who took the SSC CHSL tier 1 exam in March 2018, the result has been announced. A total of 63,49,545 candidates had registered for the exam this year which was held from March 4, 2018 till March 28, 2018. The result will be available at the official websites ssc.nic.in and ssconline.nic.in. Meanwhile, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the final result of Combined Recruitment of Junior Hindi Translators, Junior Translators, Senior Translator  and  Hindi Pradhyapak Examination 2017 (Paper-II). A total of 323 candidates have been recommended by the Commission for appointment.

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Result 2018 Highlights
  • A total of 48404 candidates (1.8%) have qualified the exam out of 2651962.
  • Results of 139 candidates have been kept withheld.
  • The cut off marks for general category is 143.50 marks. It is 122.50 and 112 for SC and ST candidates.
  • 'Representations received  from  the  candidates with  regard  to  the answer  keys  have  been  carefully  examined  and  the answer  keys  have been modified wherever necessary. The final answer keys have been used for evaluation,' reads the official statement from SSC.

SSC CHSL 2016 final result was declared on February, 2018. The tier 1 result was declared on June 2, 2017. A total of 53201 candidates had qualified it out of 3057993 examinees; the overall pass percentage was 1.74%.

For SSC CHSL 2017, a total of 3259 vacancies are open for recruitment. The exam is held every year to select candidates to the posts of Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operator. Tier 2 exam will be held in July 2018. SSC CHSL tier 2 exam will be pen paper based. It will be a descriptive paper and will carry 100 marks in total. Candidates will be allowed 60 minutes to prove their writing skills. The Paper would comprise writing of an Essay of 200-250 words and Letter/ Application of approximately 150-200 words. The minimum qualifying marks in Tier-II would be 33 per cent.

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