IND vs WI World Cup 2019

SSC CGL 2017 result declared after Supreme Court order, check at ssc.nic.in

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 10 May 2019, 10:55 AM
The candidates who have appeared for the examination can check the results on the official website of the commission i.e. ssc.nic.in
The candidates who have appeared for the examination can check the results on the official website of the commission i.e. ssc.nic.in

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam 2017 (Tier III) result. The candidates who have appeared for the examination can check the results on the official website of the commission i.e. ssc.nic.in. Earlier, the Supreme Court asked the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to declare 2017 result for recruitment in Central government jobs.

For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the process through which the candidates can download the results:

Step 1 – Visit the official website – https://ssc.nic.in/

Step 2 – Click on the ‘Results’ tab from the top menu bar

Step 3 – Click on CGL tab, and then click on the pdf icon given in front of the list you wish to check viz:

COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAMINATION, 2017 (TIER-III), LIST OF CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR APPEARING IN DOCUMENT VERIFICATION FOR THE POST OF A.A.O. (LIST-1)

COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAMINATION, 2017 (TIER-III), LIST OF CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR APPEARING IN DOCUMENT VERIFICATION FOR THE POST OF J.S.O. (LIST-2)

COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAMINATION, 2017 (TIER-III), LIST OF CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR APPEARING IN DOCUMENT VERIFICATION AND C.P.T. (LIST-3)

COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAMINATION, 2017 (TIER-III), LIST OF CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR APPEARING IN DOCUMENT VERIFICATION AND D.E.S.T. (LIST-4)

Step 4 – a pdf will open, CTRL+F with your Roll Number

Step 5 – Download the pdf and save it for future reference

The top court also appointed a committee headed by retired Supreme Court judge to suggest measures to make conduct of entrance exams for jobs and admission in educational institutions fool-proof. The Supreme Court said that the 7-member committee headed by retired Supreme Court judge GS Singhvi will also comprise of former Infosys chairman Nandan Nilekani and scientist Vijay Bhatkar.

A bench comprising Justices SA Bobde and N V Ramana had earlier on Tuesday adjourned the hearing in the SSC paper leak 2017 case as Prashant Bhushan, the lawyer for the petitioner, was absent during the hearing. The examination papers of the SSC CGL 2017 were allegedly leaked, leading to huge protests. Amid the protests, the SSC had recommended a CBI probe into the allegations of paper leak.

On August 31 last year, the SC stayed the declaration of result of the SSC CGL and CHSL Examination, in which lakhs of students had appeared, saying it seemed that the entire test and the system was “tainted”.

The court then favoured cancelling the 2017 SSC examination, and holding it afresh by the National Testing Agency or the CBSE.

However, the Centre said that there was no need for re-examination of entire paper as the leak was “extremely localised” and those behind the leaks were identified and action was being taken.

First Published: Friday, May 10, 2019 10:55 AM
For all the latest Education News Download the News Nation App available on Android and iOS.