What happens after the SSC CGL Result Declaration?
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has recently released a notice about the result being delayed for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam. Since many parts of the country under lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SSC is not able to complete the evaluation process right now. They can take a decision only after the lockdown has been lifted.
Many candidates are waiting eagerly for the results to be declared. The marks you score in the Tier 1 exam are going to determine whether you can appear for Tier 2 and Tier 3 as well. Many candidates have much confidence for after giving many SSC CGL Mock Test. SSC Declared the vacancies for SSC CGL 2020 before the Tier 1 exam, and the answer key for the Tier 1 exam was released on 15th March 2020. In these uncertain times, many candidates are wondering what would happen after the SSC CGL result declaration.
SSC CGL Expected Cut off Marks for Tier 1 Exam
SSC CGL Result & SSC CGL Cut off are closely related, and candidates must check the qualifying marks to see whether their score is enough to qualify them for SSC CGL Tier 2 exam. In order to prepare the expected cut off marks, we have conducted a survey on several students and have taken help from a number of experts. The category-wise cut off marks are as follows:
How to Check SSC CGL Result 2020
After the declaration of result, candidates must visit the official website to check SSC CGL Result & SSC CGL Cut off. The steps are as follows:
- Visit ssc.nic.in. As soon as the result is declared, there will be a direct link posted on the homepage.
- You have to click on the Result link in order to check the result of SSC CGL Tier 1.
- You can download a PDF file that contains the roll numbers and names of the qualified candidates.
- You can use the CTRL-F function to search using your name or roll number to check if you have qualified or not. You can save this file for future use.
SSC CGL Skill Test and Document Verification
If you are able to clear all three tiers of the SSC CGL exam, you will be shortlisted for Skill Test and Document Verification. Also, many SSC Online Coaching institutes give guidelines once you are selected. The skill test requires you to appear for the data entry and the computer proficiency test, which you can easily clear with some basic knowledge regarding computers. Some posts make it mandatory for a candidate to pass the Skill Test, and if you fail to qualify or do not appear for this test, you cannot apply for these posts.
After the Skill Test comes to the extremely important Document Verification process. Here, you have to submit a list of documents for verification, which includes:
- Id proof
- Passport size photographs
- Admit Card for SSC CGL
- 10th pass certificate for DOB verification
- Certificates supporting your education qualification
- Government-approved SC/ST/OBC certificate(if any)
- Government-approved disability certificate
- No Objection Certificate(NOC) for Government employees
- Discharge certificate for ex-army people
- Post Preference Option form
- 2 sets of self-attested photocopies of all the documents
Things to keep in mind during the Document Verification and Skill Test process
You must follow all the instructions during the document verification process, as the slightest mistake could create problems for you. For your Date of Birth(DOB) verification, only a Matriculation or High School certificate issued by the Central or State Board of Education which clearly shows your date of birth in the Christian format will be considered valid. You cannot produce a birth certificate that has been issued by the headmaster or the principal of your institution.
Educational Qualifications must have been satisfied before or on 1st August 2016, and you have to produce original mark sheets of all the semesters, along with their photocopies. If the authorities find that you do not fulfil the eligibility criteria or education qualification required, they won’t allow you to appear for the Skill Test. The venue and date for the Skill Test are not subject to change and must be at the venue before the stipulated time.
After all the Tiers of the exam are complete, and the Document Verification and Skill Test process are done and dusted, the candidate undergoes training, and then receives the joining date for their preferred posts