SSC CGL Tier 1 2017 Result Released, Check your Result now


2017 Staff Selection Commission (SSC) results of the combined graduate level (CGL) examination has been released on the official website, aspirants who were eagerly waiting for the result can download it from the official website, Staff Selection Commission was held in August.

SSC 2017 result has been released, so the candidate can by logging into the official website and entering there roll number and date of birth can know their respective SSC 2017 result.

Every year thousands of students appear for the said examinations, and this year 15,43,418 candidates had appeared for the SSC 2017, the SSC releases recruitment notification to fill vacant posts in various ministries, departments, and organisations in the government.

The SSC CGL 2017 examination (Tier-I) 2017 was a computer-based examination, held from 5 August to 24 August at various centres across the country. Based on the results of CGL (Tier-I) Exam, 2017 the total number of candidates who are provisionally qualified for Tier-II and Tier-III are as follows:

Out of this, reports said, results of ten candidates with roll numbers 2201026842, 2201045468, 2201062554, 2201098871, 2201105924, 2201272135, 2201293503, 2201325697, 2402006180, 2402019194 have not been declared due to court orders.

Due to heavy traffic, the official website might be working slow. It is suggested that candidates view scores after some time. A total of 15,450 candidates have qualified SSC CGL 2017 Tier I, And the successful candidates will now be able to sit for Tier-II examination.

Candidates will be selected on the marks basis, SSC will take account of marks of the Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III to calculate the final score. Candidates have to pass all the tiers separately.

According to the report, a few candidates have started a Facebook campaign listing out their grievances, demanding normalisation of scores. They believe after analysing the answer keys, the questions were comparatively difficult for those who appeared in and before 16 August sessions.

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