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Additional Results for SSC CGL 2012 Released; Check here for more

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An additional results of 286 candidates who appeared for CGL in the year 2012 is out. These candidates were granted with relief by Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) or High Courts, “after exercising due diligence”. The scores for SSC conducted Combined Graduate Level are declared on the official website.

SSC conducted a post examination analysis for candidates after the exam and it was decided that results of some of the candidates of the CGL 2012 were to be withheld.

According a notification by the commission, the candidatures of these candidates were cancelled and they were further debarred for a specified period from appearing in any of the future examinations of the commission.

The results for the rest of the candidates appearing in CGL were declared by SSC on May 2013. After holding the results of the candidates for 4 years, their results have finally been uploaded now on the official website.

The notification further mentioned that certain deficiencies in the documents submitted by the candidates were found by the commission. As a result, they were granted benefit/relief by CAT/High Court. Once their documents get verified, the results of these candidates will be declared by SSC.

SSC CGL 2017 Update

The revised results of SSC CGL Tier 1 exam, 2017 have also been released after postponing the process for months. It has been cited that ‘a technical glitch’ was the reason behind the hindering of the same and further resulted in added anxiety among the candidates.

The postponing of the result further lead to repeatedly postponing the Tier 2 exam. There has been a decrease in the cut off level by 4-5 marks per category. Around 39434 more candidates have made it to the Tier 2 exam list. To check the full list, candidates are requested to check the official website of SSC CGL.

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