SSC CHSL Result 2017

    SSC CHSL result 2017

    SSC CHSL Result 2017.


    SSC CHSL Result 2017


    SSC CHSL Result


    SSC CHSL Result Status Between 11th and 19th Mar
    Dates of Exam 7th Jan to 8th February
    Complexity Level Easy


    SSC CHSL Result 2017: Official Compilation

    In order to compile the SSC CHSL result, the authorities use the following methodology–

    • The OMR sheets of all the aspirants across India are scanned.
    • The candidates who successfully score marks more than the official cut off make it to the merit list.
    • Merit List (in descending order) is compiled. This means that the candidate with the maximum marks appears on the top of the list and the one with the least marks is featured at the bottom of the list.
    • Roll Numbers (and sometimes alphabetically name wise), of the candidates who clear the exam are published in a pdf.
    • This pdf is then uploaded on the official website and comprises the final SSC CHSL result.


    SSC CHSL Result: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Explanation
    Q1. Who compiles the SSC CHSL result? Ans 1. The SSC CHSL result is compiled by the exam authorities of Staff Selection Commission.
    Q2. Once the SSC CHSL result is announced is there scope of a second result or is that final? Ans 2. Once the SSC CHSL result is announced, it is full and final. There is no scope or need for a second round of result.
    Q3. Are there chances of discrepancy in compiling the SSC CHSL Result? Ans 3. No. There is absolutely no chances of discrepancy in SSC CHSL result. The system of result generation is fully computerized.
    Q4. Will the SSC CHSL result be announced in time or will be delayed? Ans 4. The SSC CHSL result will definitely be announced in time. No delay expected.
    Q5. Will the cutoff be released after or before the SSC CHSL result is issued ? Ans 5. The cutoff is most likely to be declared after the result is officially out.

    What is the Procedure to View SSC CHSL Result ?

    In order to view your SSC CHSL result, the following steps are to be followed –

    • Step 1: Visit the official website >>
    • Step 2: Click on the notification citing ‘ssc chsl result’
    • Step 3: Enter your credentials in case asked. Alternatively, there will be a pdf containing the result.
    • Step 4: Download the complete pdf containing your result.
    • Step 5: Take a printout just in case you want to refer to the SSC CHSL result in the future for references purposes.

    What is the Alternative Way to Check Your Result ?

    Sometimes, due to heavy traffic on the website, the aspirants are unable to view their result. In such a situation you can view your result via an alternative way. Here are the steps –

    • Step 1: Visit our official website >>
    • Step 2: Go on the ‘Notifications’ Tab
    • Step 3: ‘Latest Exam Updates’ will Open up.
    • Step 4: Search for ‘SSC CHSL Result’
    • Step 5: The post containing the result will show up.
    • Step 6: Download your result pdf and take a print out for all future purposes.


    What Happens After the SSC CHSL Result is Declared ?

    Once the Tier 1 result is declared, successful candidates will be issued admit cards for stage 2 i.e Tier II examination. The Tier II exam will be descriptive in nature and will be conducted in offline mode.

    The candidates are expected to start preparing for Tier II exam before the Tier I result is out so that ample time can be invested in revision.

    • Exam is descriptive type and will be conducted offline (pen & paper mode).
    • Candidates need to write essay / précis / letters / application writing etc.
    • Exam carries 100 marks and exam duration will be 1 hour.

    Exam will have to be written either in Hindi or in English


    SSC CHSL Exam: Cut Off Across Categories

    The following cut off has been compiled by our bank exam experts for SSC CHSL 2017.


    SSC CHSL 2017: Job Profiles & Salary 


    SSC CHSL Exam 2017: Complete Selection Procedure

    Selection process includes 3 steps:

    1st Step: Tier-1 Written Exam (Objective Type) (200 Marks) (Online Mode)

    2nd Step: Tier-2 Written Exam (Descriptive Type) (100 Marks) (Offline Mode)

    3rd Step: Tier-3 Skill Test / Typing Test (candidates who qualify the tier-2 exam will be called for Skill Test / Typing Test)

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