SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 Result to be declared on Nov 8; Tier-II exam to be conducted on Nov 30
SSC CGL 2016 Result, which was expected in the third week of October, has been delayed by almost three weeks as the examination authority has announced November 8 as the fresh tentative result date for the exam appeared by about 15 lakh candidates.
“The result for CGLE (Tier-I)-2016, in context of the revised schedule of the examination, is tentatively proposed to be declared on 08.11.2016,” an official notification from Staff Selection Commission (SSC) read. Subsequently, the Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) (Tier-II)-2016 would be tentatively held from November 30 to December 2, 2016.
The delay in the SSC CGL result 2016 has been apparently caused by re-examination of one batch of candidates who appeared for the test in the Second Shift (Batch-II) of the CGLE Tier-I which was held at 4.15 PM – 5.30 PM on 27.08.2016, officials said. “The Commission, due to administrative reasons, has decided to conduct a re-examination for one Shift,” the exam officials said.
The tentative date for re-examination is October 27, 2016. According to SSC, “the re-examination will be conducted only for those candidates who had actually appeared in Batch-II on 27.08.2016.”
The exam authority is expected to announce further details in this regard very soon.
The Staff Selection Commission had conducted the Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2016 Tier-I in the Computer Based Mode in 43 Batches from August 27 to September 11 at about 415 venues in 96 cities throughout the country. Against 38.04 lakh registered candidates, about 14.99 lakh candidates actually appeared in the said Examination.
After the declaration of SSC CGL results candidates will be filtered for the next stage of exam that is SSC CGL Tier-II on the basis of SSC CGL cutoff 2016.
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Questions related to SSC CGL
From where should I download SSC CGL phase 8 previous year question papers only? As it is very confusing there are 22-33 papers per year in SSC portal for previous year CGL exam.
You can download previous year question papers of SSC CGL examination by visiting our page the link for the same is provided below
These past year papers of ssc cgl will help you to understand the types of questions which are asked in exam, you will understand the important topics which are covered in the exam by practising them, you will also get to know your preparation level .
Best of luck for your SSC CGL examination.
Is can taking ba political scinece can helpful to acheive ssc cgl posts or doing btech is helpful for me both in jobs and future.
Eligibility for SSC CGL is passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university, there's no specific aggregate required in this case,so you can go with whatever you choice you want and that's in no way going to act as hindrance, in case you want to have a back up blan going for BTech will be comparatively good option to that of political science(hons) because of more opportunities and prospects in private sector as well.
Which is the best institute to prepare for ssc cgl exams?
Due to lockdown no offline institute is there where you can prepare for SSC CGL but don't worry many online platforms are there where you can prepare for SSC CGL one of the most trusted is unacademy you can prepare here for the exam effectively. You can take guidance for ssc CGL preparation from our website
which coaching centre is best for ssc cgl exam
Dear Amit Ankle
There are many institutes in India which provide best coaching for SSC CGL exams.According to my opinion some best institutes are:-
- Vidya Guru Institute :
Address - Metro Station,B-1/8 Lower Ground floor Apsara Arcade Below Karol Bagh, North Extension Area Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi,Delhi 110005.
This is one of the best institute for preparation of SSC CGL Exams.Here teachers are very brilliant and quite impressive for knowledge seekers.The way of explanation is very good which helps students to understand the content easily.Every teacher clears it doubt in the lecture itself. People from all across India come here for training purpose. So Vidya Guru Institute is the best.
2. Radix Institue:
Address: Gole market road,behind Indian Oil Petrol Pump,Kapoorthla,Mahanagar,Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. 226021
They give a complete study package to students. Package included subjects such as- English, Maths, GS and Reasoning. They also provide video package which helps in boosting knowledge of students. Average student gets above 100-150+ marks in CGL.
3. E-learning platform named "Eduncle":
It is a E-learning Institute which provides study materials online. They also even provide Free Sample question papers along with Mock test papers.
4. Paramount Coaching Center :
Address: 704,1st floor,Near Batra Cinema,Dr Mukherjee Nagar,Delhi -110009
This institutes have branches in BadarPur,Boaring Road,Chandigarh,Danapur,Gaziabad,GTB Nagar,Gurugram,Kanpur,Laxmi Nagar,Lucknow,Meerut,Moradabad,Munirka,Naya Tola,Noida,Prayag,Rohini,Uttam Nagar etc.
They provide good study material.Here classes are conducted on alternate days which allows students to revise the previous classes.Also,weekly Mock Tests are conducted.There are special batches for Maths and English.Speaking about its faculty,they are very experienced.Hence they help their students in every sorts of way possible.
5. There is also a course by Bank Naukri:
This site contains conceptual videos and each and every detail from syllabus.They conduct section wise topic tests.Also,Mock Tests are held here.There are frequent Live Webinars by experts.Mentors and personal guides are also provided here.
Therefore you can refer these institutes for your bright and successful career.
All The Best.
i failed in chemistry in 12th so can i appear in ssc cgl ...please tell me
well the basic eligibility is that the candidate has to be graduated from a recognised university and to study graduation the student has to pass 12 .if you have failed chemistry then you will again have to take 12 th examination .
hope this info helps!