Cut-off marks for SSC CGLE Tier-1 lowered; get the details
Bhubaneswar/New Delhi: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced a revised result for the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) 2017 Tier-1 following a technical glitch due to which a few tentative answer keys were not revised.
The cut off marks have been kept lower in the fresh result announced by the SSC. The complete list of candidates is available on official website of SSC – www.ssc.nic.in.
Cut-off mark for the OBC category is 110 marks and 74,604 candidates have been qualified for Tier-2 exam under the category.
A total of 55,387 candidates in the general category have qualified for Tier-2 exam with cut-off mark at 126.5 after the revision.
In an official statement, the commission said it conducted a comprehensive review after the technical glitch and lowered cut off marks in the revised result.
Earlier, the SSC CGL Tier 1 result was announced on October 30. The SSC had conducted the CGLE (Tier I) examination from August 5 to August 24 in computer based mode.
Admit cards for forthcoming Tier 2 exam will be declared 10 days before the exam date.
The admit cards of qualified candidates will be uploaded on websites of the SSC’s regional offices 10 days before the Tier-II/III Exams. In case any candidate fails to download admit card, he/she can contact the concerned regional offices at least 7 days before commencement of the examination.