Staff Selection Commission will soon release SSC CHSL Result 2019-2020 for tier 1 & 2 examination for LDC DEO post or SSC 10+2 results 2019-20. All candidates can check expected cut off marks category wise or merit list information form below.
It is a very well-known organization falling under the authority of Government of India which constantly works in employing the best in class, skilled, talented and trust worthy and hardworking candidates fitted in the Government Offices, Ministries of Government, and various Government Departments where there are posts that are vacant and to be filled urgently.
SSC CHSL Tier 1& 2 Result 2019-2020
The time after exams is always the toughest time to spend. There is always the tension of the marks we are going to avail in any particular subject such as Mathematics, Statistics, Science, or be it Chemistry or Biology. There is a different kind of sensation happening within which can never be shared to anyone. Similar kind of feeling is there when a huge pool of seekers are waiting for the result after appearing for the SSC CHSL (10+2) examination. The most difficult task, it is called because the authorities will take at least 2-3 months to declare the marks online.
SSC CHSL includes the job posts such as Postal Assistants, Lower Divisional Clerk, Data Entry Operator, Court Clerk etc. for which there are numbers of youngsters who are willing to get themselves enrolled in such work oriented jobs. Due to this currently there are lakhs of applicants crazy to do anything to get these government jobs as they are superior in terms of pay scale and very organized and trusted one. The SSC in every fiscal year airs the notification that invites the candidates that are skilled and are looking for the jobs to apply and show that they are best suitable for the respective posts to get the job.
The Commission has kept certain criteria which these participating individuals have to satisfy to be eligible to get listed and appear for the examination. In our precious article we had discussed about the syllabus which you all have had definitely followed along with the examination process. The Staff Selection Commission has divided the examination process into 3 divisions, viz. Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III with 200 marks and 100 marks respectively. Now, let us know more about the Result and the Cut Off marks and process of checking the marks-sheet online from the official site in easy and fewer steps.
Tier-I: Computer based Online Test
This is the test in which the participants have to give the examination online. The paper consists of the questions regarding General Intelligence, English, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness. This test is of 100 questions and 2 marks each. Here we have mentioned the Cut off marks in the tabular format, do refer to it.
SSC CHSL Expected Cut Off Marks 2019-2020
|For General (GEN)||126||130|
|For Other Backward Class (OBC)||116||121|
|For Scheduled Castes(SC)||105||107|
|For Scheduled Tribes(ST)||105||107|
|For Visually Handicapped (VH)||91||98|
|For Hearing Handicapped (OH)||90||96|
|For Ex-Serviceman (EXS)||86||78|
|For Hearing Handicapped (HH)||77||74|
Tier-II: Descriptive Paper
The other test is the paper and pen test. This test gives the authorities the exact idea about the imagination and thinking of the candidate. To complete the test 1 hour is allotted in which the detailed answers are to be written. The test comprises of 100 marks.
Tier-III: Skill / Typing Test
This is the 3rd and the final test. In this test, the selectors sees the typing speed and the mistakes the aspirants are committing while typing. In this, the authorities give a predefined time to the applicant and s/he has to type the content given in the prescribed language (English or Hindi). This test is for those who are applying for the Court Clerk and Data Entry Operator posts.
After these all the tests are completed, the selectors use to check the performances of each and every participant to get the best one in the organization. For this it will take much time, at least 2 to 3 months.
Following to these, as the authorities finally decide the candidates who are selected, they release the PDF online on the official site in which the “Roll Numbers” are mentioned. The roll numbers mentioned in the file are the ones who are selected in for the job and they will soon be employed by the department and sent for the training sessions.
Procedure to check SSC CHSL (10+2) Result Online:
The steps to get the result are listed below.
- At first, we need to open the browser and open the official website of SSC which is ssc.nic.in.
- Following to this, we have to search for the Result option highlighted in blue colour and have to press on it.
- Then the box will be displayed on the screen from which we have to hit the CHSL button.
- As we tap that button, list of exams will be displayed from which the candidacies have to select the one they had appeared for.
- When they find the respective exam name, they will have to click on “Click Here” option besides the name.
- This will open another tab and a PDF will be opened in which various roll numbers will be mentioned which are selected by SSC CHSL.
By this the process of selection as well as checking of result also comes to an end. We also approach all our readers to stay connected to us for all the new and latest updates. We will always come with newest and hot information that will add much more to your knowledge and make you stand out of the crowd.
|State/UT||Region/Sub Region||SSC CHSL Result 2019|
|Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttarakhand||North Region||Available Soon|
|Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa||Western Region||Available Soon|
|Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh||MP Sub-Region||Available Soon|
|West Bengal, Orrisa, Jharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkim||Eastern Region||Available Soon|
|Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram||North Eastern Region||Available Soon|
|Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamilnadu||Southern Region||Available Soon|
|Karnataka, Kerala||KKR Region||Available Soon|
|Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh||North Western Region||Available Soon|
|Uttar Pradesh & Bihar||Central Region||Available Soon|