SSC CHSL results might declare in the month of March or April 2017. The results are to be announced on the official website of SSC. This exam was conducted in January 2017 for the posts of Sorting Assistant, Postal Assistant, Lower Division Clerk and Data Entry Operator. It was held for 6578 posts.
SSC CHSL Result 2017. SSC CHSL Tier Exam Result. SSC 10+2 Level Exam Cut Off Score Discussion
The skill test and typing test are conducted after the announcement of written exam result. The Staff Selection Commission has released the SSC CHSL Results (10+2) Tier II Exam as per the official notification available at ssc.nic.in portal.
SSC CHSL Result 2017 CHSL (10+2) Level Exam Result date & Cut Off Score
|SSC CHSL Results @ ssc.nic.in|
|Organization||Staff Selection Commission|
|Recruitment for||LDC, DEO, PA, SA, Court Clerk|
|Exam Name||Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam|
|Exam Dates||7th Jan 2017 to 5th Feb 2017|
|SSC CHSL Result status||not announced yet|
More about the exam
The exam pattern was based on multiple choice questions. This was exam was held in two shift i.e. morning shift and evening shift. A massive number of applicants appeared in this exam. This makes it a throat cutting test and only those best candidates will secure their place. The selection will be further carried by Skill test and the final merit list will be prepared after it.
Phases of the selection
The candidates who successfully cleared the Tier I exam can appear in the Tier II exam which is a skill test. It will be conducted on 9th of April 2017. Basically, the skill test includes a typing test. The candidates applied for DEO posts must possess a typing speed of 8000 Key depression / Hour. The candidates applied for lower division clerk, personal assistant and sorting assistant posts have to possess 35words/minute English typing or 30 words/minute of Hindi typing.
Expected cut off marks
Though the cut-off marks are not yet declared but we have estimated them on the basis of various factors. The key factors that we have taken into consideration are as follows.
- Previous years cut off marks
- Total number of aspirants appeared
- Marking Scheme
- Difficulty standard of the exam
- Average performance of applicants
Following are the cut-off marks that we expect.
- It will be around 130-140 marks for general (UR) candidates.
- For OBC (other backward castes) aspirants, it will be nearly 120-130 marks.
- For SC/ST candidates, it will be nearly 98-110 marks.
However, it is just a raw estimation and the actual cut-off may vary.
How to check results of SSC CHSL 10+2 Exam Result 2017?
Step 1 Go to the official website of SSC i.e. www.ssc.nic.in
Step 2 Now, locate and click on the “Results” option.
Step 3 Afterwards, you will be directed to the results page. Locate the SSC CHSL 2017 Result link.
Step 4 Enter the details asked (roll number, date of birth, etc.) and you will get your results with score card instantly.