Staff Selection Commission will release the SSC CHSL result 2020 for Tier I and Tier II exams on its official website (ssc.nic.in). The SSC CHSL 2020 Tier I result is expected to be declared in September/October in the form of a merit list (with the names and the roll numbers of examinees who qualify the exam).
SSC had to abruptly stop the SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam on March 20 due to the nationwide lockdown. The remaining exam process shall now be concluded from August 17 to 21 and August 24 to 27. SSC CHSL result 2020 for the Tier I exams (that have already been held in March, and the pending ones that are to be conducted in August) will be released at the same time.
Along with the SSC CHSL result 2020, candidates will also find the cut off list. Examinees who qualify Tier 1 SSC CHSL cut off will qualify for the Tier-II exam. Read this article to fetch more details on SSC CHSL result 2020.
The table below mentions the important dates for the SSC CHSL result 2020.
|SSC CHSL exam dates for Tier I||March 17 to 20, 2020|
|August 17 to 21, 2020|
|August 24 to 27, 2020|
|Release of SSC CHSL result and cut off for Tier I||To be notified|
|Issuance of SSC CHSL Tier II admit card||To be notified|
|SSC CHSL Tier II exam date (descriptive test)||To be notified|
|Release of the list of candidates who qualified for Tier III||To be notified|
The Staff Selection Commission will release the SSC CHSL result 2020 in online mode only. Candidates are required to check their results by following the certain steps mentioned below.
Step 1 – Visit the official website for the Staff Selection Commission i.e. ssc.nic.in
Step 2 – You will find a login window in the extreme right corner of the homepage. Enter your login credentials (registration number and password)
Step 3 – Enter the case sensitive captcha code appearing on the login window
Step 4 – Click on the ‘Login’ button
Step 5 – Find the relevant button to check the SSC CHSL score and click the same
Step 6 – Section-wise score appears on the screen
As the Tier I examination is held in multiple shifts, the difficulty level of SSC CHSL question papers varies in each round. Hence, the Staff Selection Commission uses the process of normalization in order to equalize the scores of all the examinees. The Staff Selection Commission will use the formula shown in the image below to normalise the score of the candidate in SSC CHSL Tier I:
There is a possibility of two or more candidates getting similar aggregate SSC CHSL scores. The commission has devised a tier breaking methodology to deal with such situations. Here is the chronology that will be used for breaking the tie in order to shortlist candidates for the Tier III exam.
The SSC CHSL merit list 2020 will consist of the names of all the candidates who qualify for the subsequent tier. The stepwise procedure to check the SSC CHSL result 2020 is as follows:
Step 1 – Browse the official website of Staff Selection Commission at ssc.nic.in
Step 2 – Click on the ‘Result’ tab available in the top right corner of the official website’s homepage
Step 3 – In the next window, find the ‘CHSL’ section and click on the same
Step 4 – All the results for SSC CHSL for different years and tiers appear on the screen, find the name and year of the exam you’ve appeared for.
Step 5 – Click on the link stating ‘Click here’ alongside the name of the exam to open the PDF
Step 6 – Perform the Ctrl+f function and type the roll number or name to check your status in the SSC CHSL merit list
The details mentioned on the SSC CHSL merit list are as follows:
Candidates will be shortlisted for the next Tier of SSC CHSL exam based on the cut off released by the Staff Selection Commission. SSC CHSL cut off will be released separately for all the tiers and posts. The table below consists of the previous year’s cut off for unreserved category to help candidates analyze the SSC CHSL cut off trends.
|Name of the Post||Tier I (to appear for Tier II)||Combined Tier I & II (to appear for Tier III)|
|DEO (Other than C&AG)||181.47||252.06|
|DEO in C and AG||165.93||223.60|
|LDC/JSA and PA/SA||135.60||190.33|
The Staff Selection Commission is yet to announce the dates for the SSC CHSL result announcement for Tier I. However, candidates can expect the release of the SSC CHSL result in late September or early October.
The Staff Selection Commission will release the SSC CHSL result in online mode only. Candidates have to visit the official website of commission at ssc.nic.in.
No. Candidates are advised to visit the official website (ssc.nic.in) to check the status of release of SSC CHSL result 2020. Candidates will also get to know about the release of SSC CHSL results for Tier I, II and III via this page.
The answer to this question is yes as well as no. The Staff Selection Commission has set no minimum score to be obtained for qualifying the Tier I examination. However, for the Tier II examination, test-takers must score a minimum of 33% to be considered for the Tier III exam.
Unlike the Tier I and Tier II, the Tier III exam will be a skill/typing test. Thus, the SSC will not release the SSC CHSL result for Tier III examination.The final SSC CHSL merit list (for those who have got admissions) shall be released after the completion of Tier III examination and document verification.
Once a candidate qualifies the Tier III of SSC CHSL, he/she will have to participate in the document verification round and express his/her post preference. Only after the verification of the documents, the recruitment letter will be issued to the candidate.
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