SSC CHSL Result 2018-19 Out : Check Your Marks Now

SSC CHSL Tier I Result 2018-19 : Marks Out

SSC CHSL Result 2019: The Combined Higher Secondary Level Tier 1 examination to be conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) for various posts of Group C and D level, has concluded. The SSC CHSL 2018-19 Tier I Result is officially declared on 12th September 2019 by Staff Selection Commission. Today the Commission has upploaded the marks of candidates who appeared in Tier-I of CHSL Examination, 2018. Candidates may check their marks from 13.09.2019 to 12.10.2019 by using their Registration No. and Registered Password on the website of the Commission. After the SSC CHSL Tier 1 result, candidates will be required to prepare for the next stage i.e. Tier II descriptive exam scheduled to be held on 29th September 2019.

Check Official Notice for SSC CHSL Marks

The official link to download the SSC CHSL Result will be given below. 

List-I: List of candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II for the posts of DEO in Departments other than CAG (in Roll Number order)

List-II: List of candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II for the post of DEO in CAG (in Roll Number order)

List-III: List of candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II for the posts of LDC/ JSA, PA/ SA (in Roll Number order)

Click Here to Check Official WriteUp for SSC CHSL Result

Check SSC CHSL Cut Off 2018-19 here

SSC CHSL Result 2019

Exam SSC CHSL 2018-19
Tier I Exam Date 1st July to 11th July 2019
No. Of Candidates
Registered
29.68 lakh candidates
No. Of Candidates
Appeared
13.17 lakh candidates
Overall percentage
of attendance
44.37%
SSC CHSL Result  12th September 2019
No. Of Candidates
Qualified in Tier-1
To be Notified
SSC CHSL Tier II Exam Date 29th September 2019
SSC CHSL Tier II Result To be Notified

Instructions to check your SSC CHSL Result

  1. Click on the official link given in this post containing the PDF for SSC CHSL result 2019.
  2. Enter your Roll Number in the search bar or press “Ctrl + F” & then enter Roll No.
  3. If selected, your roll no will be highlighted in the PDF.

Check SSC CHSL Cut Off 2018-19 here

SSC CHSL Result 2019: Important Points

  • There will be separate category-wise cut-offs in Tier-I and subsequent Tiers for different posts i.e. (i) DEO, (ii) DEO Grade ‘A’ and (iii) LDC/JSA and PA/ SA.
  • Candidates will be shortlisted for Tier-II Examination on the basis of their performance in Tier-I Examination.
  • Normalized scores of the candidates will be used to determine merit and for final selection.
  • Candidates will be shortlisted for Tier-III Examination on the basis of their performance in Tier-I + Tier-II subject to having scored a minimum of 33% marks in Tier-II Examination.
  • Tier-III Examination is qualifying in nature.
  • Skill Test in Tier-III for DEOs is mandatory for all the qualified candidates.
  • Typing Test in Tier-III for posts other than DEOs is mandatory for all candidates except those who are exempted from appearing in the Typing Test.

SSC CHSL Tier-II Syllabus

This is a descriptive exam that is designed to test the written skills of the candidates in English/Hindi. The Paper would comprise writing of an Essay of 200-250 words and Letter/Application writing of approximately 150-200 words. The minimum qualifying marks in Tier-II would be 33 per cent. The performance in Tier II would be included for preparing merit. The best way to prepare for the same is to read lots of articles from various newspapers. Apart from this, you need to be well aware of the pattern of Letter and Application.
Important Points:
  • The exam is of 60 minutes duration and carries 100 marks.
  • The exam duration is 80 minutes for candidates who are visually handicapped or suffer from cerebral palsy.
  • The Paper would comprise writing of an Essay of 200-250 words.
  • The Paper would comprise writing of Letter /Application writing of approximately 150-200 words.
  • The minimum qualifying marks in Tier-II would be 33 per cent.
  • The performance in Tier II would be included for preparing merit.
  • The paper will have to be written either in Hindi or in English.
  • Part paper written in Hindi and Part in English will not be evaluated.

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