SSC CGL 2015 Cutoff
Updated on Jun 30, 2016 - 12:02 p.m. IST by None
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SSC CGL 2015 Cutoff – The Staff Selection Commission has declared Final SSC CGL 2015 Cutoff, on June 29, 2016. Based on the SSC CGL 2015 cut off score a total of 18,054 candidates have qualified the entrance exam for Interview/ Non-Interview posts. Candidates can check SSC CGL 2015 cut off score for category as well as post wise from this page. Candidates can also check official SSC CGL 2015 cut off score for Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam from the table given below on this page.

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Download here the Final Answer Key, OMR Sheet and SSC CGL Marks (Scores) obtained by candidates which is declared by SSC at 12:00 noon on February, 12, 2016. This inception is the greatest example of transparency in the examination system. Candidates will be charged Rs 20 for Answer key and OMR Sheet. The payment of administrative charges i.e. Rs 20 may be made by SBI payment gateway. The Facility to take print of OMR Sheet and Answer key will be available till March 31, 2016 up to 5:00 pm. Candidates can also download the Answer key of SSC CGL 2015 by various coaching centres as per morning and evening shifts.

 

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The SSC CGL 2015 Cutoff is the minimum score required for the candidates to be considered for the next round. The SSC recommends the qualifying candidates of Tier 3 round for appointment on the basis of the SSC CGL 2015 Written Exam Cutoff.

 

Selection of the candidates for next level depends on the SSC CGL 2015 Cutoff for Tier 2. The SSC CGL 2015 Online Exam Cutoff depends on the number of candidates, number of positions available and performance of the candidates in the exam, conducted by the Commission.

 

Check below the SSC CGL Tier- 2 Cut off:

 

 

Category-wise details of candidates who have qualified for Tier-II and cut-off applied are as under:

 

Candidates qualified in Tier 1 for appearing in SSC CGL Tier 2:

 

SC

ST

OBC

EX.S

OH

HH

VH

UR

Total

CUT-OFF MARKS

80.25

74.25

89.50

67.75

69.00

20.00

51.00

102.25

 

CANDIDATES AVAILABLE

23624

11087

58137

4648

2859

2021

1412

41084*

144871

* 26786- OBC, 4343-SC, 1454-ST, 453- Ex-servicemen, 235-OH, 23-HH, & 64-VH candidates are provisionally qualifying at UR Cut-off.

 

Category-wise breakup of candidates qualified in Tier-I for Paper-III (Statistics) of Tier-II is given below:

 

SC

ST

OBC

EX.S

OH

HH

VH

UR

Total

CUT-OFF MARKS

80.25

74.25

89.50

67.75

69.00

20.00

51.00

102.25

 

CANDIDATES AVAILABLE

3285

1212

9628

268

234

140

113

7322

22202

SSC CGL 2015 Result for Tier 1 exam has been released with a column indicating ‘YES’ in the case of candidates qualifying for Paper-III.

 

As per official data, a total of 1786047 candidates appeared in the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam. On the basis of CGL (Tier-I) Exam, 2015, number of candidates provisionally qualified for different papers of Tier-II are:

Paper-I and II: 1,44,871 (Total candidates)

Paper-III: 22,202 (Only for posts of Stat. Inv./Compiler)

 

Only candidates who have given post preference for Statistical Investigator/Compiler and have applied/possess EQ have been considered for Paper-III. All these candidates will be called by

Regional Offices to appear for Paper-III also along with Paper-I+II. Paper-III is mandatory for selection to the post of Statistical Investigator/Compiler.

 

Candidates, who secure minimum required qualifying marks the Written Exam, will be called for Personality Test cum Interview/Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test. The qualifying candidates of this round will be appointed by the commission on the basis of their performance in the written test.

 

Candidates, who qualified in SSC CGL 2014 Tier I and were for appearing in Tier II:

Particulars

SC

St

OBC

Ex. S

OH

HH

VH

UR

Total

CUTOFF

MARKS

77.00

69.50

82.00

62.00

68.75

25.00

40.00

96.50

 

CANDIDATES

AVAILABLE

24910

11109

59581

4466

2310

1328

1390

37548

1,42,642

SSC CGL Cutoff for Tier 2 and Tier 1 in three previous years:

SSC CGL Tier 1 2013: Click herepdf

SSC CGL Tier 1 2012: Click herepdf

SSC CGL Tier 2 2012: Click herepdf

SSC CGL Tier 1 2011: Click herepdf

SSC CGL Tier 2 2011: Click herepdf

 

 

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which book prefer for one word substitution and idioms/phrases for SSC CGL fir100% attempt in both tier-1and tier-2.

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 30th Jan, 2020

hi,

first of all I suggest you to study previous years questions, some times questions get repeated, I have mentioned two book name below which is really helpful to any competitive exam to study idioms and phrases,

2222 Compulsory idioms and phrasal verbs for SSC  by lalit kumar,

Idioms, Phrases and One Word Substitution - For All Competitive Exams  by Sinha B. B


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can I crack ssc cgl exam in 10 month I am in 0 level

Manisha Gupta Expert 29th Jan, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

This is enough time to be well prepared for the exam, Only you need to plan your exam schedule properly.

SSC CGL has mainly four section :

1. Reasoning

2.English Language

3.Quantitative Aptitude

4.General Awareness

Here are some preparation tips you can follow:

The Maths section consists of four major areas: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. Reasoning is the most scoring section of the exam. You must focus on Analogy and classification, non-verbal reasoning, syllogisms, coding-decoding, blood relations, direction test and series.

English Preparation for this section would include focusing on the following topics: one-word substitution, idioms and phrases, synonyms and antonyms, fill in the blanks (sentence completion), sentence errors, reading comprehension, sentence rearrangement and jumbled-up sentences. For cracking sentence error spotting questions, knowledge of grammatical rules you must know.

GK:  GK has the most comprehensive syllabus. And you also brush up current affairs. You must focus on questions based on Indian constitution, socio-religious movements of pre-independent India, national income & market structure, important scientific phenomena & modern Indian history.

Make your time schedule for your study section wise.

Make your short notes as per your convenience.

Go through with previous year papers to take an idea.

Join Mock test to analyze your performance.

Work on weak areas after completing each mock test.

Good Luck!


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is NCERT(Class 6-12) and Lucent GK is enough for SSC CGL TIER-1.General Awareness.

Manisha Gupta Expert 29th Jan, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

You can prefer the books given below for SSC General Awareness.

General Knowledge by Lucent Publications.

NCERT Textbooks for Classes IX and X (History, Geography, Polity, and Economy)

SSC general knowledge by Rakesh Yadav

You can follow the tips given below:

Daily newspaper reading helps to keep you up to date with current affairs.


Make short notes for revision purpose study at the last moment.


Practice mock tests to review your preparation time to time.


Preparing topicwise helps to clear the concepts more easily.


Try to interlink the topics to make the study easy and effective.


Good Luck!

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anyone solve my problem I am too much confuse while thinking about career between UPSC and SSC CGL.from which i start to preapre

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 27th Jan, 2020
Hello,

SSC CGL and UPSC, both these exams have different pattern which I've discussed below-

To give you a basic idea about UPSC exam, it consists of three level-


Preliminary
Mains
Interview


Preliminary numbers are not added in the final list, you just need to score the required cut offs against your category.It mainly consists of GS Paper-I and CSAT. Both consists of 200 marks, MCQs based.


Mains is more of a subjective type, one needs to write answer for Four General Studies Paper,Two Optionals, One Essay, two language paper, there are total nine papers here. 250 marks for each paper, total is 1750


You can go through the gradual steps as mentioned below in order to start your preparation for UPSC.

Be well acquainted with UPSC Syllabus, learn it by heart, that's the most crucial step to crack this exam, to know what to read and what to skip. In addition to this, never ever make a differentiation between prelims and mains, what I mean is do not prepare separately for each, because nowadays what's happening is even in prelims, UPSC frame questions based on Mains syllabus, So, the first towards preparation shall be a combined preparation for both.


Read any newspaper like The Hindu, or Indian Express on a regular basis to be updated as well as gaining knowledge which shall be highly useful to you in future exam preparation part.


Start with basics, for each subject, you can do with NCERTs for this.


As you progress, move on to other relevant books, keep your resources minimum like Polity by Laxmikanth, History of Modern India by Bipin Chandra etc.


Start practicing answer writing in advance, even in a little way, writing mains is a huge task for nine paper, it requires immense practice along with knowledge.


Practice previous year question paper which you can get from the site of UPSC,in addition mock papers, and test series which you can get it from any of the sites extensively dedicated to UPSC, , it's highly important to evaluate your performance while doing so.


Prelims is mcq based, but still it requires knowledge coupled with speed, and for mains, as I already mentioned the importance of answer writing.

For SSC, you can do the following steps-

Make a timetable and start with small steps.
To initiate with any exam, first of all go through its syllabus. That's very important because SSC and Bank even though have same subjects in their examinations, but in reality things are different in the sense you may find SSC often repeats its question, there's no sectional timing in SSC unlike Banking exams, and also the level of question whether it's Maths, English or Reasoning is comparatively easier in SSC. You can go through previous year questions to know more details regarding this.
Maths and English form the crux of SSC CGL Exam as these subjects are given huge importance in Tier-I and Tier-II, so from now only, you can work on these subjects,make a habit of reading a newspaper everyday, you can choose between The Hindu or The Indian Express to keep yourself updated, developing this habit will brush up your knowledge which will be very useful in General Awareness Section of SSC CGL. At later point, you do not have to mug up all news at once.


You may refer the following books-

Quant- Quicker Maths by M Tyra/ Fast Track Arithmetic by Arihant Publications /Quantitative Aptitude by RS Agarwal
English- General English by SP Bakshi or Plinth to Paramount
You can also refer Wren and Martin, that's the best book for grammar. Word Power Made Easy for Vocab.
For Reasoning- RS Agarwal Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning
Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
Lucent's GK is prefered by many for General Awareness Section

Make sure to keep your resources minimal, also go through mock tests or test series regularly at later point when you're near to appearing for examination.
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SSC CGL consists of four level, first two being online in mcq format, then descriptive test, data entry and computer proficiency test. It doesn't have interview. On the other hand, UPSC requires a much more detailed and comprehensive study of subjects such as History, Polity, Economics etc so if you don't have a liking for humanities subject, you'll have a hard time preparing for UPSC. In the last few years, it's not just UPSC, even with SSC competition is increasing day by day. So, choose only one among the two because each will require a focused and single-minded approach in order to succeed.
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Is BA POLITICAL SCIENCE HONS is helpful to acheive ssc cgl posts easily. Or name some useful degrees to acheive ssc cgl.

Yashu Shrivastava 26th Jan, 2020

Hello Manikantha

Yes,BA in Political Science Hons is very beneficial if your aim is to crack SSC CGL,because in BA in Political Science the course is related to History,Geography and Polity,which is also in course of SSC CGL. Although there are many other topics like GK,Current Affairs which you can read by books or newspaper.

If you want some other courses,i would suggest you to do BE/B.tech or any courses related to Mathematics because they have a section of Maths and it comes for huge marks,so it does matter a lot in exam if you have good maths it would be benficial.

I hope This Helps

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