SSC CGL Selection Process 2019 - Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination in four tiers - Tier I, II, III and IV. SSC CGL selection process 2019 comprises Computer Based Test (Tier 1 & II) followed by Descriptive Test (Tier III) and Data Entry Skill Test/Computer Proficiency test and document verification (Tier IV). Candidates will have to appear for Tier I exam to be eligible for the Tier II exam. In SSC CGL Selection Process 2019, Tier III will be Descriptive paper. Candidates qualifying Tier III will be called for Document verification (tier IV). SSC also releases the minimum qualifying marks for different stages. As per the selection process of SSC CGL, candidates will have to qualify all cutoff of four tiers to be eligible for the recruitment of Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations in the Government of India.
Stages of SSC CGL Selection Process 2019
The selection process of SSC CGL involves four stages.
Tier I - Computer based examination
Tier II - Computer based examination
Tier III - Descriptive Paper
Tier IV - Computer proficiency test/skill test/document verification
SSC CGL Selection Process 2019 - Tier I
Tier I of SSC CGL selection process comprises four papers - General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Comprehension. The questions asked in the tier will have multiple choice questions. The tier-i exam will be conducted in Computer Based Mode comprising of 200 marks. As per the marking scheme, candidates will be awarded 2 marks for each answer and 0.50 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. SSC CGL selection process for tier 1 exam will be based on the cutoff released by SSC. The marks scored by the candidates in this tier will be calculated for the preparation of final merit list.
SSC CGL Selection process 2019 for tier I is done to test the basic understanding of the candidates.
SSC CGL Selection Process 2019 - Tier II
Candidates who qualify the Tier-I examination of SSC CGL will appear for the Tier-II examination. The questions asked while SSC CGL selection 2019 will consist of Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions comprising of 800 marks. There will be four papers where each paper will be for two hours. Out of the four papers, two papers (Paper-I and Paper-II) will be compulsory for all. However, In Tier-II, Paper-III will be for only those candidates who apply for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and who will be shortlisted in Tier-I for this Post. Paper-IV of Tier II will be for only those candidates who will be shortlisted in Tier-I for Paper-IV for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer. Shortlisted candidates will be eligible to appear for Tier-III exam of SSC CGL 2019. The marks obtained by the candidates in tier II exam will be added while the preparation of final merit list.
SSC CGL Selection Process 2019 - Tier III
The shortlist of candidates for Tier III will be done on the basis of their performance in Tier I and Tier II. SSC CGL selection process 2019 involves descriptive test which will be conducted for 100 marks in Pen and Paper mode. SSC CGL selection process for tier III is done to access the writing skills of the candidates. The questions asked in SSC CGL selection process 2019 for paper-based.
SSC CGL Selection Process 2019 - Tier IV
The tier IV exam of SSC CGL is Data Entry Skill Test (DEST) /Computer Proficiency Test (CPT). Tier IV exam will be qualifying in nature. Candidates who will be selected for tier I and II will be eligible to appear for tier IV exam.
SSC CGL Selection Process 2019– Final Merit
The final merit list as per the SSC CGL 2019 Selection Procedure will be prepared for the candidates who qualified candidates. The marks obtained by the candidates in Tier-I, Tier-II, and Tier-III will be added. The final appointment to the candidates will be given on the basis of their post preference and rank.
SSC CGL 2018 - Resolution of Ties
Tie cases will be resolved by applying one after another, as applicable till the tie is resolved.
Total marks secured in Tier 2
Total marks secured in Tier 3
Total marks secured in Tier 1
Date of birth, with older candidates, placed higher in the merit list
Alphabetical order in which the first names of the candidates appear