Normalization Will be Applicable in SSC CGL 2018 !!

Hello Aspirants,


The most awaited SSC CGL 2018 notification is out. The closing date to apply for SSC CGL 2018 is 4th June, 2018. The Examination date is 25 July to 20 August 2018.  Lakhs of candidates appear for this prestigious exam every year. This is fair enough to expect for a healthy competition for the sake of hard work and dedication of a myriad number of aspirants. Speaking of a fair and transparent competition, SSC has brought out a relieved process of normalization in the score this year.

The SSC CGL Exam is conducted in various slots where possibility of disparity in the level of question set arises frequently. In some particular shifts, Exam level is easy to moderate whereas in some other shifts, it appears to vary from moderate to difficult. Same was the case with SSC CGL 2017 Tier-1 and Tier-2 Exam shifts. To encompass the aspirants across the country with full justification, Exam conducting authority undertakes a normalization process. This process is based on a formula and other parameters decided by the authority to calculate normalized marks for multiple shifts of Exam. ADDA247 and team supported normalization of marks in the need of hour in past when it used to be just a demand by the aspirants and supports this in the present as well when it has been implemented into an existing action by SSC itself.

SSC CGL 2018 notification is assumed to highlight and elucidate Normalization process to implement this year. According to the notification, it certifies that marks scored by candidates in SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 Examination, if conducted in multiple shifts, will be normalized and these normalized score would be treated as a final score to qualify the exam to face the next stage of the exam thus determining the final merit. SSCADDA in association with ADDA247 supports normalization process to the core as to be victimized by an unfair competition is not bearable at any cost. An unfair treatment in conduct of Exam might shatter many dreams and it would become hard for aspirants to believe in the sanctity of the staff and its exam conducting procedures. Competition must be healthy, transparent and of equal standardization for all. Taking into consideration the statement by SSC itself, it is a an assuaging and creditable news for its aspirants but at the same time, every sincere aspirant needs to give his best performance not to sit and wait for normalization only as competition will be colossal and tougher and cut off might run so much ahead of your expectations.

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