Breaking: SSC CGL Exam 2014 Tier-1 Results with Cut-Off Marks announced.
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination, 2014 was held
on 19th, 26th October, and 16th November, 2014 at various centers all over the
country. Re-examination at some centers was held on 18th January, 2015 at Jaipur.
A total of 13,01, 391 candidates appeared in this examination.
2. Category-wise details of candidates who have qualified for Tier-II and
cut-off applied are as under:
Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II
* In addition to the number of UR candidates shown above, 24347 OBC, 5643 SC
and 1583 ST candidate are also meeting the cut-off for UR category. Such
candidates have been shown in their respective category.
Result has a column indicating ‘YES’ in the case of candidates qualifying for
Paper-III as per their option / if preference is Blank.
(Note: Category/ post preference have been taken from unverified data sent
by Regional offices).
Category-wise breakup of candidates qualifying for Tier-II and who have
also opted for Statistical Investigator/Compiler or who have left their
Preference Blank are :-
All these candidates will be called by Regional Offices to appear for
Paper-III also alongwith Paper-I+II. Paper-III is mandatory for selection to the
post of Statistical Investigator/Compiler.
3. On the basis of CGL(Tier-I) Exam - 2014, number of candidates
provisionally qualifying for different papers of Tier-II are :-
Paper-I and II only : 1,42,642 (Total candidates)
Paper-III additionally: 77,577 (Number of Candidates who have opted for
Statistical Investigator/Compiler or have left the Post Preference ‘Blank’)
4. Candidates qualifying for Paper-III for the post of Statistical
Investigator/Compiler may note that they should appear in Paper-III, only if
they possess the educational qualification prescribed for the post.
5. It is important for the candidates belonging to reserved
category for whom certain percentage of vacancies is reserved, as per the policy
of the Government, to note that some of them may have been declared eligible for
the Tier-II Examination for the specific category mentioned in the result. It
is, therefore, in the interest of the candidates concerned to contact the
respective Regional Offices of the Commission immediately in all such cases
where they do not belong to the categories shown against their roll numbers.
6. Candidates may note that as per notice of the examination
and instructions given in the answer sheets, they were required to code/write
their particulars correctly and append their signature/LTI on the answer sheets.
Such answer sheets which are without signature/LTI and where particulars such as
name, roll number, ticket number and Test Form number have been coded
incorrectly, have been rejected/awarded ZERO marks. The OMR answer sheet of
those candidates found possessing mobiles phones & accessories and other
electronic gadgets within the premises of examination centers, whether in use or
in switched off mode and on person or
otherwise have not been evaluated.
7. The Combined
Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination 2014 is scheduled to be held tentatively on
11.04.2015 and 12.04.2015. Qualified eligible candidates who do
not receive the Admission ticket for the Tier-II Examination at least 7 days
before the commencement of the said examination or are unable to download from
respective regional office website should immediately contact the respective
Regional Office of the Commission.
8. Representations received from the candidates about answer
keys placed on the website of the Commission have been carefully examined and
answer keys modified wherever necessary. The modified answer keys were used for
evaluation. Marks of the qualified/non-qualified candidates of Tier-I will be
uploaded shortly on the Commission’s website – http://ssc.nic.in.
Official Notice says:
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination, 2014 was held on 19th, 26thOctober, and 16th November, 2014 at various centers all over the country. Re-examination at some centers was held on 18th January, 2015 at Jaipur. A total of 13,01, 391 candidates appeared in this examination.