SSC CGL Tier-1 Result 2015 Declared..!!!
SSC CGL 2015 Result : Result of Combined Graduate Level (Tier-1) 2015 has been declared by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on 29 September 2015. The written
examination was held on 09 & 16 August 2015 and the re-examination of SSC CGL Tier-1 2015 was held on 30 August 2015 (North Zone Centers Other that Delhi Centers). In the result of SSC CGL 2015 (Tier-1), name & roll number of the shortlisted candidates are listed. Qualified candidates have to appear in the Tier-II exam, next level of recruitment process. Link to check the SSC CGL Tier-1 Result 2015 will be updated here. Keep visiting the page to check updates on SSC CGL Result 2015.
A total of 1786047 candidates were appeared in SSC CGL Exam 2015 wherein 1,44,871 candidates were shortlisted for Paper-1 & 2 of Tier-1 Exam and 22,202 (Only for posts of Stat. Inv./Compiler) candidates were selected for Paper-3 of Tier-2 Exam. The Paper-1 & 2 of SSC Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Exam 2015 is scheduled to be held on 25 October 2015 while Paper-3 will be conducted on 26 October 2015, r espectively. Admit Card will be released 07 days prior to the exam.
Important Dates Related to SSC CGL Result
Tier-1 Written Examination: 09 & 16 August 2015
Tier-1 Re-Examination: 30 August 2015
SSC CGL Tier-1 Result 2015: 29 September 2015
SSC CGL Tier-2 Examination 2015: 25 October 2015 & 26 October 2015
Declaration of SSC CGL Final Result: December 2015
SSC CGL 2015 Cutoff of Tier-1 Exam
Cut-Off Marks 80.25 74.25
Candidates Available 23624 11087
Procedure to Check SSC CGL 2015 Result
Link to the SSC CGL Tier-1 Result has been updated here, after its official announcement, or candidates can also visit the official website of SSC.
Select the ‘Result Section’
SSC CGL 2015 Result has been announced in a pdf file in which name and roll number of the shortlisted candidates will be mentioned.
Scroll the pdf to check your roll number and name.
Posts Offered and Impact of Result
Based on the SSC CGL Result, declared in various stages of selection, candidates would be offered posts of Assistant, Inspector of Income Tax, Sub Inspector, Statistical Investigator etc in various government organizations. Higher the score better is the chance of crossing cutoff benchmark. Thus higher is the chance of final selection. A candidate with higher marks shall always be preferred in allotment of post.
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