Round 25.97 lakh candidates had registered for the examination. Nonetheless, solely 8.34 lakh candidates took the take a look at. The SSC later performed re-examination of 4,825 candidates
The Workers Choice Fee (SSC) will launch the outcomes for the Mixed Graduate Stage Examination (Tier-I) 2018 two months from now. In a press release launched on Thursday, the panel stated that the SSC CGL (Tier-I) 2018 outcomes can be declared on August 20, 2019. The assertion additionally stated the Tier-II examinations of SSC CGL examinations can be performed as per the schedule from September 11-13.
The SSC conducts Mixed Graduate Stage Examination to recruit graduates to varied posts in ministries, departments and organisations beneath the Authorities of India. The SSC performed the primary part of the take a look at from June 4, 2019, to June 13, 2019. The take a look at was performed in 22 shifts throughout 362 examination centres in 131 cities of 33 states and union territories. The take a look at was performed on-line.
Round 25.97 lakh candidates had registered for the examination. Nonetheless, solely 8.34 lakh candidates took the take a look at. The SSC later performed re-examination of 4,825 candidates on June 19, 2019, at examination centres which confronted server issues on the unique date of examination. The general share of attendance was reported to be 32.27 per cent.
Earlier than asserting the CGL (Tier-I) 2018 outcomes, the SSC will launch provisional SSC CGL reply key and permit candidates to submit their objections on it. After resolving the candidates’ objections, the ultimate SSC CGL 2018 reply key can be launched.
The uncooked rating and the normalised rating of the CGL (Tier-1) candidates can be declared on the idea of this closing reply key. The uncooked scores are normalised to account for any distinction within the problem degree of the query papers in several shifts.