SSC CGL Tier I exam was conducted from December 1 to 13 last year in computer-based mode (Representational image)
Candidates who have appeared for the SSC CGL Exam (Tier-I) can check their result on the official website of the Commission, ssc.nic.in.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier I Result 2022. Candidates who have appeared for the SSC CGL exam (Tier-I) can check their result on the official website of the commission, ssc.nic.in. .In. On the basis of marks obtained in Tier-I exam, candidates are shortlisted category wise for appearing in Tier-II exam.
“Separate cut-offs fixed for all posts other than Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer (List-1), Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) (List-2), and AAO and JSO (List-3) went. ,” read the official notice. As per the schedule, last year from December 1 to December 13, Tier I exam was held in computer based mode.
SSC CGL Tier I Result 2022: How to check
Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC, ssc.nic.in.
Step 2: Find and click on the result section present on the main page.
Step 3: A new window will open where candidates need to click on ‘SSC CGL Tier I Result 2022’ link.
Step 4: A pdf file will open, now you can check your result.
Step 5: Save and download the page. Also, keep a hard copy of the SSC CGL Tier I Result with you for future reference.
A total of 33,55,194 applicants had registered for the SSC CGL Tier I exam. Out of which 3,86,652 candidates have been shortlisted for SSC CGL Tier-II Exam. Additionally, only 16,16,687 (48.18 per cent) candidates appeared in the exam (out of all registered candidates), while around 17,38,507 (51.82 per cent) applicants did not appear in the exam, the report said.
Candidates who are shortlisted will now appear for the Combined Graduate Level Tier-II exam which is scheduled to be held from March 2 to March 7 this year. Through this recruitment drive, the Staff Selection Commission will fill a total of 37,409 vacancies in the organization.
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