SSC Result 2021 – Tentative Result Dates for Previous SSC CHSL, SSC JE Exams Announced

New Delhi, 7 July 2021 – The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the tentative result dates for the SSC JHT Paper 2 exam 2020, SSC CHSL final exam 2018, SSC CHSL Tier 2 exam 2019, and JE Paper 2 exam 2019.ย 

As per the released schedule, the result of the Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, and Senior Hindi Translator examination 2020 for Paper-II will be declared on 15th July 2021. Furthermore, the final result of the Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level examination 2018 will be tentatively announced on 30th September 2021.

Note: Recently, SSC has also announced the new dates for the upcoming SSC CHSL exam, SSC JE exam as well as SSC CPO.ย 

SSC Result 2021 โ€“ Important Dates (Tentative)ย 

SSC Result 2021 โ€“ Important Dates (Tentative)ย 

Candidates who appeared in the above-mentioned exams are required to visit the official website – for more information. Meanwhile, they can find below all the tentative result dates that SSC has announced through their official notification:

Exams Tentative Result Dates
Junior Hindi Translator

Junior Translator

Senior Hindi Translator 2020 (Paper-II)

15th July 2021
Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination 2018 (Final Result) 30th September 2021
Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination 2019 (Tier-II) 30th September 2021
Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination 2019 (Paper-II) 30th November 2021

How to Check SSC Result 2021?

After the SSC releases the final result of all the previous yearsโ€™ examinations, candidates must follow the below-mentioned steps:ย 

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  1. Visit the official site of SSC – www.ssc.nic.inย 
  2. Click on the result link available on the right side of the homepage
  3. On the notification page, click on the SSC Result tab
  4. A pdf containing a list of candidates will open. Candidates can check the results mentioned against their names.ย 
  5. Cross-check the details and take a printout for future reference

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SSC Result 2021 โ€“ Latest Updates

  1. Currently, the Staff Selection Commission is reportedly verifying the documents of the candidates who have appeared for the SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam 2018.
  2. The last date for document verification of the SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam 2018 is 14th July 2021.
  3. The document verification process for the SSC CHSL candidates, who have cleared their exam in 2018, will commence from 13th July 2021 onwards.
  4. The SSC JHT Paper-II 2020 exam was conducted on 14th February 2021.
  5. The final selection list will be based on the merit list and the marks obtained by candidates in the SSC JHT Paper 1 and 2.

SSC has postponed several examinations due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The list of examinations that have been rescheduled includes:

  • Sub-inspector in Delhi Police
  • CAPFsย 
  • ASI in CISF Examination (Paper-II) 2019
  • Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Level Examination (Tier-I) 2020ย 
  • Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I) 2020

This year, the SSC CHSL exam for various posts in the Central Government was supposed to be held from 12th April to 27th April 2021. However, the exam had to be stalled on 19th April 2021 due to COVID-19. The remaining candidates would get to appear for the SSC CHSL exam at the postponed date now.ย 

The pending sessions of the SSC CHSL exam are expected to be conducted from 4th August 2021 to 12th August 2021. The details regarding the release of the admit card for the postponed SSC CHSL 2021 exam will be released in due time.

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