SSC CHSL Result 2019 Tier II | Expected Cut-off @ ssc.nic.in: Staff selection commission is all set to conduct its Combined higher secondary examination on 14th Feb 2021 (Sunday). Only such candidates will appear for this examination who had cleared their Tier I prelims examination whose result has been declared on 15th Jan 2021. Once the examination will be conducted successfully its answer key and result will be available on the official website of the commission. As of now the result declaration date was not announced by the commission. The minimum mark applicants need to secure to qualify for the Tier-II examination is 33%.
For more updates regarding CHSL Tier-II result candidates are advised to bookmark this page and get the latest notification and updates.
Update: After declaring the CHSL Tier I Result commission has released its final answer key on its website which can be checked below.
Latest Update: SSC CHSL Tier-I result is now available for candidates and can be checked from link given below.
- 1 SSC CHSL Result 2019-20 Tier-II
- 2 How to download SSC CHSL 2019 Result?
- 3 SSC CHSL Answer Keys 2019
- 4 SSC CHSL Merit List 2019
- 5 SSC CHSL Expected Cut-off marks 2019
SSC CHSL Result 2019-20 Tier-II
Before the announcement of SSC CHSL result, the Commission always releases provisional keys to all the sets of the question papers in SSC CHSL Tier II exam in order to receive objection regarding any answer key from students and after that, a final answer key will be published on the commission’s website. Considering the final answer key, conducting SSC will announce the result on its portal.
In order to get complete information on SSC CHSL Result keep going ahead in the article as here we have provided details about SSC CHSL result dates, result process, post result selection process, cut-off marks, etc.
SSC CHSL Tier II Result @ ssc.nic.in
The result will be generated on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the online exam and those who fulfill the cut-off criteria will be called for Tier-II examination.
SSC CHSL Recruitment exam An Overview
|Name of the Exam||SSC Combined High School Level (CHSL) exam|
|Article category||SSC CHSL Tier 1 and tier II result|
|Conducting Authority||Staff Selection Commission (SSC)|
|Exam type||National level recruitment exam|
|Notice no.||F. No. 3/6/2019-P&P-I|
|Frequency of exam||Once a year|
|SSC CHSL Post||Lower Divisional Clerk/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Data Entry Operators and Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant|
|SSC CHSL Tier||I|
|Job location||Pan India|
|Total Vacancies||Updated soon|
|SSC CHSL Date of exam||17th, 19th March 2020, 12th to16th, 19th to 21st, and 26th Oct 2020|
|Preliminary Answer key||5th November 2020|
|last date to submit representation of answer key||10th November 2020|
|Declaration of SSC CHSL result||15th January 2021|
|Final Answer key declaration||22nd January 2021|
|Tier II exam date||14th Jan 2021|
|Tier II result date||TBA|
|Mode of result declaration||Online|
|SSC CHSL Official Notification||Download Here|
How to download SSC CHSL 2019 Result?
Those who are looking for the result of SSC CHSL can check it online by following the steps shared below once it will be made available online-
- Step 1- Go to the official website ssc.nic.in
SSC CHSL 2019 candidates firstly, have to visit the official website of the commission (https://ssc.nic.in).
- Step 2- Open the result link
On the homepage, candidates have to search for the “CHSL Tier I 2019 selection list/ result” option given under the “Latest News” section. Click on the link.
- Step 3- Result will appear
On clicking the relevant link, result will finally appear on the device screen. Result will appear in the form of pdf file indicating the names of the selected candidates.
- Step 4- Check the result
Now, candidates have to find their name and roll number in the list. If their name will be there in the list, it will imply that the particular candidate is eligible to appear in Tier I exam.
- Step 5- Save and download
Lastly, candidates can download the result PDF for their personal record and future references.
SSC CHSL Answer Keys 2019
SSC CHSL Response Sheets and Questions papers for Tier-1 exam are published on 5th November 2020. Applicants can download the answer keys and tally by logging in at ssc.nic.in with their User ID and Password Direct link also provided below. Raise objections till July 27 (5:00 PM) by fee of INR 100 per question. Final answer keys cannot be challenged. Response sheets and Question Papers Shift wise released online, Check by logging in.
|SSC CHSL Tier 2 Result||Available Soon|
|SSC CHSL Tier 1 Answer Keys||Download Here|
|SSC CHSL Tier 1 Final Answer Keys||Download here|
|SSC CHSL Tier 2 Answer Keys||Available later|
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SSC CHSL Result Important Dates
|Commencement of online application||3rd Dec 2019|
|Last date of online application||10th Jan 2020|
|Date of conduct of Tier I exam||17th, 19th March 2020, 12th to16th, 19th to 21st, and 26th Oct 2020|
|Display of answer keys||5th November 2020|
|Objection in SSC CHSL answer key||10th November 2020 (6:00 PM)|
|Display of final answer keys||Jan 2021|
|Date of declaration of Tier I result||15th Jan 2021|
|Date of Tier II exam||14th Feb 2021|
SSC CHSL examination is conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to recruit suitable candidates for the post of Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators in various ministries/ offices and departments of the Government of India.
The final selection of suitable candidates for the aforesaid posts will be done after the completion of all the rounds of selection process. SSC CHSL selection process basically includes following stages that candidates have to qualify in order to get the job-
- Tier I- Computer Based Examination (CBE)
- Tier-II- Descriptive Exam
- Tier-III- Skill Test/ Typing Test)
|Total number of registered candidates||29.68 lakh|
|Candidates appeared for exam||13.17 lakh|
|Total number of exam venues||361|
|Total number of exam shifts||25|
|Total number of examination cities||361|
|Total states and UTs where exam was conducted||33|
|Overall percentage of students||44.37%|
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Information mentioned on SSC CHSL 2019 Tier-II Result
SSC CHSL result will be published as a PDF file containing the names of the candidates shortlisted for Tier-II exam. Result is going to be published as the selection list. Scorecard will be published later after the release of the result.
The selection list is expected to indicate following particulars-
- Name of the shortlisted candidate
- Roll number
- Important instructions
After the release of the selection list, Commission may also upload candidate’s scorecard on their login accounts. Candidates have to access their scorecard by logging in by the valid login credentials.
The scorecard will be indicating details such as name of the candidates, their roll number, subject-wise score, total marks obtained, maximum marks, total marks percentage, and other related information.
SSC CHSL Normalization of Marks
As SSC CHSL exam was conducted in multiple shifts on different dates, merit and result will be prepared on the basis of normalization of marks of the candidates. Under the process of normalization marks obtained by the candidates are normalized.
The formula used for normalization of marks is as follows-
The final result and cut-off marks will be based on normalized marks of the candidates.
SSC CHSL Post Result Procedure
After few days of declaration of result, commission will also upload the marks of candidates on its portal. Before the upload of marks, online candidates will be intimated through a notice on official portal. Marks will be made available on candidate’s login which means they have to access the same by using the valid login credentials.
In order to check marks obtained in Tier-II exam, candidates have to follow the step-by-step procedure provided as under-
- Visit www.ssc.nic.in.
- Click on the “Result” tab provided on the homepage.
- Hit the “CHSL” option from the menu bar.
- Now search for “CHSL 2019 Tier I Examination” option in the list.
- Click on “Marks” link given corresponding to the option.
- Enter the valid registration no. and password.
- Check the marks obtained.
- Save the marks pdf for further references.
Tier II- Candidates who will qualify first round have to appear for Tier II exam. Tier II will be a descriptive test and the minimum qualifying marks will be 33%.
Tier III- Those who will qualify the descriptive test will be invited to attend Tier III, the last round of selection. Tier III will consist of skill test/ Typing test depending on the requirement of post. It will be qualifying in nature. Final result will be prepared on the basis of all the Tier.
SSC CHSL Merit List 2019
Authority will prepare the SSC CHSL 2019 merit list based on the candidate performance in the tier 1 exam. Candidate must get minimum cut-off marks to get their name in CHSL merit list 2019 tier 1 after which only they will sit in examination. However 1st merit list only to move in next stage i.e tier 2. After the merit list is published online on ssc.nic.in we will also update it here, so you can keep checking this page on regularly.
SSC CHSL Expected Cut-off marks 2019
After the publication of result, Commission will also publish the category-wise cut-off on its website.
|Category||SSC CHSL 2019 Cutoff Marks|
SSC CHSL 2019 Expected Cut-off for Tier 2
|Category||Expected Cut Off Marks (LDC / DEO)|
|General||202.50 – 160.50|
|OBC||194 – 153|
|SC||182.50 – 141|
|ST||172 – 132|
|OH||180 – 130.50|
|VH||170.50 – 129|
|HH||145 – 98|
|EXS||149.50 – 97.50|
SSC CHSL 2019 Expected Final Cutoff
|Category||Cutoff Marks (LDC / DEO)|
SSC CHSL 2018 Tier-I Cut off
Below we have mentioned the cut off for Tier I examination for CHSL 2018 according to the post available:
For DEO post (other than C& AG)
|Category||Cut off marks||No. of candidates available|
For DEO in C&AG
|Category||Cut off marks||No. of candidates available|
For LDC/JSA and PA/SA
|Category||Cut off marks||No. of candidates available|
Candidates can check the previous year (2017) cut-off marks list for all the categories of the provided as under-
|Category||Cut-off marks||Candidates available|
|Schedule Caste (SC)||122.50||8152|
|Schedule Tribe (ST)||112.00||3959|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||139.00||15984|
|Physically Handicapped- OH||111.50||904|
|Physically Handicapped- HH||73.50||545|
|Physically Handicapped- VH||95.50||605|
SSC CHSL Examination Pattern/Scheme
- Mode of exam- Online (Computer Based Examination-CBE)
- Total No. of questions- 100
- Type of questions- Multiple choice type/ Objective type questions
- Maximum marks- 200
- Duration of exam- 60 minutes (80 minutes for candidates availing the service of scribe)
- Medium of exam- Both English and Hindi
- Marking scheme- 2 marks for each correct answer and 0.50 will be deducted for each wrong answer.
|Section||Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum marks|
|I||English Language (Basic Knowledge)||25||50|
|III||Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)||25||50|
- SSC CHSL Tier-II result date was not announced yet but it will be available soon.
- SSC CHSL result of Tier I CBE was declared on 15th Jan 2021.
- Candidates can check their result only through the online mode.
- Result will be published in PDF format hence no login details of candidates will be required.
- No result will be communicated individually to any candidate.
- No printed copy of result will be provided to candidates.
- Tier I selection list will be provisional and thus does not claim the final selection of the candidates.
- There will be no provision for revaluation and challenging the result.
- After the declaration of selection list, shortlisted candidates will be invited for Tier I CBE.
- It is advised to all the candidates who have taken the exam to stay in touch with our page and also with the official SSC website for all the updated and latest news regarding SSC CHSL Tier I result.
SSC CHSL Revaluation Result
The selection list published on the official website will be final and will be prepared after considering the objections submitted by the candidates against the answer keys.
As the exam was conducted in online, answer sheets are evaluated through a fully computerized system and thus ensure the elimination of errors in the process. This is the reason, candidates are not provided a chance for filing objection against the result and requesting for revaluation or rechecking of answer scripts.
Therefore, the selection list or result of SSC CHSL will be final and correspondences regarding revaluation of result will not be entertained by the commission under any circumstances.
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