The Staff Selection Commission conducted the Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I), 2018 from 04.06.2019 to 13.06.2019 in the Computer Based Mode. Re-examination for 4825 candidates was conducted on 19.06.2019. Based on marks scored in Tier-I Computer Based Examination, candidates have been shortlisted, category-wise, to appear in Tier-II Examination. Separate cut-offs have been fixed for the posts of:
- Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer (List-1),
- Junior Statistical Officer in the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (List-2)
- All other posts (List-3).
SSC CGL 2018-19: Important Dates
Check out the table below for the schedule of SSC CGL 2018-19:
SSC CGL Tier- I Exam
June 4 – 13 & 19, 2019
SSC CGL Tier- I Result
August 20, 2019
SSC CGL Tier- II Exam
September 11 – 13, 2019
SSC CGL Tier- II Result
To be updated soon
SSC CGL Tier- III (Descriptive) Exam
29th December 2019
Salient features of candidates appeared and exam conducted are:-
Approx 26 Lakh
Overall percentage of appearance
Total examination venue
Total cities where examination held
Expected date of result
SSC CGL Normalisation
The examination conducting body makes a simple formula according to the fixed parameters like average marks getting by student, accuracy, difficulty level etc. to calculate scores. Once the answers are checked, the normalized marks of a candidate are calculated corresponding to the actual marks secured by the candidate.
Category wise list of candidates
The Category-wise details of candidates who have provisionally qualified for Tier-II and the cut-offs applied for each category are given in the Tables below:
List-1: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-IV (General Studies (Finance & Accounts))
* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 209-SC, 79-ST, 2565-OBC and 8 OH candidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories. Further, PwD candidates have been shown in their respective horizontal categories only.
List-2: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (Statistics)]
* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 104-SC, 37-ST, 1429-OBC, 5-OH, 1-HH and 3-VH candidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories. Further, PwD candidates have been shown in their respective horizontal categories only.
Note: Only those candidates who have applied for the post of J.S.O. and reported possessing of requisite EQ in the online Application Forms have been considered eligible for List-2.
List-3: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II):
* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 6323-SC, 1819-ST, 32718-OBC, 330-Ex-Servicemen (ESM), 240-OH, 29-HH, 103-VH and 2-Other PwD candidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories. Further, ESM & PwD candidates have been shown in their respective horizontal categories only.
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SSC CGL 2018-19 Exam Pattern
The Combined Graduate Level (CGL) is conducted every year in four tiers for various posts. The four tiers are indicated below:
- Tier-1: Written Examination (Objective Type)
- Tier-2: Written Examination (Objective Type)
- Tier-3: Written Examination (Descriptive Type)
- Tier-4: Computer Test / Skill Test (wherever applicable)
SC CGL Exam Syllabus
The major sections asked in SSC CGL 2018 Preliminary Exam are General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language.