The Staff Selection Commission is all set to release the results for Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Tier -I exam 2018-19 today. The exam was held from July 1, 2019, to July 11, 2019. Its been almost two months after the exam was finished and every candidate was desperate for the results.

Now any candidate who had appeared for the tier-1 SSC CHSL exam 2018-19 can check their results directly on the official website by visiting- ssc.nic.in

Almost 13.17 Lakh candidates appeared to write this reputable exam. The Staff Selection Commission had conducted the exam from 1st July 2019 to 11th July 2019 for 9 days. Here are the important details on the vacancy details

  • Candidates Registered for the examination – 29.68 Lakh
  • Candidates appeared for the Examination – 13.17 Lakh
  • Overall Percentage of Attendance – 44.37 percent
  • Number of shifts – 25
  • Number of examination Centers – 361
  • Cities in which the examination was held – 146
  • Number of States/UT’s in which examination was conducted – 33
  • The predetermined date for declaration of the result – 11.09.2019
  • SSC CGL Tier-II exam date – September 29, 2019

As highlighted above in the pointers, the second tier of SSC Combined Graduate Level exams will be held by the end of this month.

Details on Tier-II (Descriptive Paper)

Tier II will be a descriptive paper exam comprising 100 marks which will be held in the ‘Pen and Paper’ method of examination. The exam duration will be 1 hour. For Candidates who need Special Considerations are allowed for Scribe exam and will be allowed 20 minutes extra.

The paper will include,

  • Essay (200 to 250 Words) and
  • Letter or Application (150 to 200 Words)

To clear the exam the candidate should score a minimum of 33 per cent marks. The marks scored by the candidate in tier two will be considered while the preparation of Merit. The exam should be written in English or Hindi. Candidate cannot use Hindi and English at the same time.

Candidate should enter his roll number, left-hand thumb impression, signature, and other details in the Question Paper-cum- Answer Sheet with utmost care before answering the questions. Any failure in doing so could void the candidate of any claims over the answer sheet later.

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