SSC CGL 2022 Result will be announced after the exam has been successfully conducted. Tier-1 exam will be conducted from 11 to 21 April 2022. It is a national-level exam conducted to select candidates for Group B and C posts in various ministries /departments/organizations of the Government of India. This exam has a four-tier system in which tier 1 and tier 2 are computer-based and in tier 3 and 4, there is a descriptive paper and a computer proficiency test or skill test and document verification for job applicants. Applicants must go through the below article which consists essentail information related to the SSC CGL 2022 Result.
SSC CGL 2022 Result Dates
Candidates can check the dates related to the SSC CGL 2020 which is mentioned below:
|11 to 21 April 2022|
|To be announced|
|30 April 2022|
|To be announced|
SSC CGL 2022 Result
SSC will declare the Combined Graduate Level Result 2020 on the official website. The result is released in the form of a merit list containing the roll numbers of the selected candidates. The post will be allotted as per the available vacancies.
How to check SSC CGL 2022 Result?
Candidates can check SSC CGL 2022 marks and download the scorecard for tier-I by following the steps mentioned below:
STEP 1: Visit the official website.
STEP 2: Enter username and password in the space provided on the Home page
STEP 3: Click on Login button
STEP 4: Click on the Result/Marks tab
STEP 5: Select the exam from the dropdown and Click on Submit
STEP 6: Check and download the SSC CGL scorecard
Details contain in SSC CGL 2022 Result
- Exam name
- Post names
- Roll numbers of qualifying candidates
- Names of qualifying candidates
- Category codes of qualifying candidates
- Category names
What is the tie-break criteria in SSC CGL?
In case of a tie in combined aggregate score (in tier-I, -II and -III exams) of two or more candidates, the following criteria is adopted to create the merit list until the tie is resolved:
- Total marks of a candidate in tier-II exam
- Total marks of a candidate in tier-III exam
- Total marks of a candidate in tier-I exam
- Date of birth, with older candidate placed higher
- Alphabetical order in which the first names of the candidates appear
SSC CGL Previous Cutoff
The SSC CGL cutoff is the minimum marks that candidates need to secure in order to qualify for each stage of the exam. The cutoff is released after completion of each stage/tier and is determined on the basis of factors such as:
- The number of candidates who appeared for the exam
- Number of available vacancies
- Difficulty level of the paper
- Previous year cutoffs
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