SSC CGL 2017 Tier-1 exam revised result has been declared again by the Staff Selection Commission on its official website at ssc.nic.in online on January 11, 2018. Uploading the three revised and updated merit lists of qualified candidates who have cracked the SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-I exam held in August 2017 again, SSC has issued an official notification declaring the same online. Candidates are requested to carefully go through the detailed SSC notification online to check details about declaration of the result of its Tier-I result again accommodating more students who are now eligible to appear for Tier-2 and Tier-3 levels of SSC CGLE 2017 this year. The new cut-off marks have also been revealed for the exam result which has shown a further dip. To know details of the revised Tier-1 result of the SSC CGL 2017 exam, read on.
SSC CGLE Tier-I 2017 Revised Exam Result Declared Online Again | Here’s Why
Staff Selection Commission which conducts the ‘Combined Graduate Level Examination’ every year conducted the Tier-I of SSC CGL 2017 in August last year in multiple sessions, result of which was declared on October 30, 2017. The result released for SSC CGL 2017 Tier-1 exam as the preliminary test via generation of merit list of qualified candidates has now been revised by the authorities in January 2018 again. This ensured that the result of the exam has now been updated and revised due to technical glitch at the end of authorities only.
The technical glitch involved that the tentative answer keys which was released by the SSC initially was tentative in nature which while finalising left a few which were not revised. The comprehensive view ensured that since these answer keys were not revised, the merit list released had flaws in it.
SSC CGLE Tier-I 2017 Result | Cut-Off Drops Further By 3.43%, Check Details Here
Revising and updating the same, the new result has now been declared by the SSC for the aspirants of the CGL 2017 exam this year. The cut-off marks which were initially 131 for the candidates belonging to the unreserved categories has now been reduced further accommodating more students into the revised merit list now. The latest cut-off marks as revealed by the SSC for the same category is now 126.5 marks for the UR category.
A drop of 3.43% has been observed in the SSC CGL Tier-I 2017 exam result for the unreserved category which has revealed similar trend of drop in the cut-off marks for the other categories as well. This could be one of the cited reasons for the frequent and subsequent delays in scheduling the SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-II exam this year. The three merit lists generated for the candidates selecting them for the Tier-2 and Tier-3 level can be checked by visiting the official website of the Commission by clicking on the source link below.
Source : SSC