SSC CHSL Result 2017: In the month of November 2017, SSC conducted an Online Test for shortlisting minimal candidates for the further selection process. More than 1400000 candidates took part in the Tier-I exam and eagerly waiting for their results. We are here to inform you that the official site of the Commission has updated the SSC CHSL Result 2017 on this week. Candidates can visit the formal portal of commission for viewing your results. Comparing to the last time, more candidates have performed well in this exam. For the convenience of Job Seekers, we have given the steps for checking results and expected cut-off marks in the below paragraphs.
|Authority||Staff Selection Commission (SSC)|
|Exam Name||SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) Exam 2017|
|Tier-I Exam Date||November 2017|
|Result Date||Jan/ Feb 2018|
|Status||SSC CHSL 2016 Tier – I Results Available|
SSC CHSL Result 2017
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an authorised agency which organises competitive exams for hiring staffs for various ministries and Department and its subsidiary offices. On November 2017, SSC conducted the Tier-I exam through computer for the post of Postal/ Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operator, Lower Division Clerk and Court Clerk.
Most of the candidates found the question paper to be very easy. So we can expect the cut-off mark to be higher this time. The question paper comprised of objective type question with four alternatives. Negative marks were also detected for every wrong answer. Now, the SSC CHSL Result 2017 for Tier-I exam has been announced through their official portal.
Candidates who get the minimum qualifying marks only can take part in the further selection process. Or else they won’t be allowed to appear for any of the recruitment process i.e. descriptive type exam and skill/ typing test. Candidates whose name is appearing on the selection list would be invited for written examination.
SSC CHSL Exam Notification: The advertisement for this examination was issued on the month of August 2017 stating that there are lots of openings available below Postal/ Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operator, LDC and Court Clerk jobs. And it also notified that, there are three stages in the selection process.
Some of the important details about the SSC CHSL Exam has been listed out in the below section.
- Designation: Postal/ Sorting Assistants, DEO, LDC & Court Clerk
- No of Posts:
- Qualification: 12th Pass
- Application Type: Online
- Exam Mode: Computer Based
Section Wise Marks and Results: In the Tier-I Exam, there were totally 100 objective type question and candidates were allowed to answer in English as well as Hindi. There are four parts and each part comprised of 25 questions for 50 marks.
The exam was held for duration of one hour and 15 minutes. Negative Mark of 0.50 was detected for each and every wrong answer. Candidates who qualify in this exam can appear for Tier-II exam.
|Part||Subject||No of Question||Marks Allotted||Duration|
|I||General Intelligence||25||50||75 minutes|
|Letter Writing/ Essay||100 marks||1 hour|
|Skill test||15 minutes|
|Typing Test||10 minutes|
SSC CHSL Selection Process 2017
There are totally three tiers of selection process i.e. Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III Examination. The first tier is an online based objective type exam. Candidates who are qualifying in this exam have to appear for the Tier-II exam i.e. descriptive type exam.
Those who are securing the minimum cut-off marks in this test shall be asked to appear for the Skill Test or Typing test. The Skill test will be for Data Entry Operator Post and Typing Test for the rest of the posts. The marks obtained by the individuals in all the tests would be calculated and a final merit list will be prepared.
- Online Objective Test
- Descriptive Test
- Skill or Typing Test
Previous Cut-Off Marks: As the competition for this examination is increasing day by day obviously the overall cut-off marks will also be very high. The cut-off mark which is fixed for general category in 2016 was around 110. But now see the difference, nearly 20 marks has been raised. In the below table we have given the predicted Cut-off marks for the SSC CHSL tier-I exam.
|Expected Cutoff of SSC CHSL 2017 (Tier-I)|
|Category||Postal/ Sorting Assistant||Data Entry Operator||LDC|
How to Check SSC CHSL Results 2017
Aspirants who have participated for Tier-I exam on the month of November 2017 can check their SSC CHSL Results 2017 from the official portal of the Commission. Many candidates appeared on that day and eagerly waiting for the results for the past few months. And finally, SSC has also released the result through the official regional portal. You no need any login details for checking your results.
First of all, you have to visit the official portal of SSC and look for the result tab on the top of the page. Click on that tab and you will be directed to a new window. There at the top of the page, choose the CHSL tab. Now, hit on the click here link near to the respective exam name. On the next page, a PDF file will be opened containing the name of the shortlisted candidates. Use the Roll Number order for checking your name in that list.
The completed instructions for viewing the results has been given in the below section.
- Visit the official portal of SSC i.e. “www.ssc.nic.in”.
- Click on the “Result” tab on the top of the home page.
- Now you will be directed to a result window.
- Choose “CHSL” on the top of the page.
- Near the concerned exam name, hit on the “Click Here”
- A PDF file with the name of the selected candidates will open on a new page.
- Find for your Name in the shortlisted candidates list.
- You can also download the file and check the results later.
Requirements of checking SSC CHSL Results:
- Roll Number
- Candidate’s Name
|Check CHSL 2016 Tier I Results here||ssc.nic.in|
- Notification Issued Date – Aug 2017
- Closing Date of Application – Sept 2017
- Tier-I Exam Date – Nov 2017
- Result Date – Jan/ Feb 2018
Note: We have mentioned about the release of SSC CHSL Result 2017 in the above section. Please do visit the official portal of SSC for grabbing more details.