Staff Selection Commission has declared the final result of the Upper Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examination 2016 on the official website. The candidates who have appeared in the Paper 2 of the LDCE of Upper Division Grade of SSC can check their result on the official website. Along with the result, SSC has also mentioned the cut off fixed by the Commission for the selection of candidates. The result of the exam is available in a pdf file on the official website. Here are the details regarding the result of Upper Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examination 2016.
SSC Upper Division Grade LDCE Result 2016
The Staff Selection Commission declared the result of the LDCE Examination 2016 on 7th December 2018. The result of the candidates is available on the website of SSC. The select list of the candidates is based on the marks scored by the candidates in the written examination i.e Paper and Paper 2 and also on the evaluation of the APARs. To check the result of the Upper Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examination 2016 candidates need to follow these steps:
– First of all, open the official website of Staff Selection Commission. The official website of SSC is https://,ssc.nic.in
– Now click on the Result button which is available on the top right corner.
– Now Select the Departmental Exam under the results section
– Click on the Write Up or to check the result click on the result link. The result will appear in the pdf file. Check the result.
Staff Selection Commission declared the result of Paper 1 on 11th January 2017. On the basis of the cut off in Paper 1 total 180 candidates qualified for the evaluation of Paper 2. In the Paper 2, total 145 candidates qualified. In any case, where more than one candidates have secured equal marks, the tie cases have been resolved as –
– Total marks in the written examination i.e Paper 1 + Paper 2
– the marks of candidates scored in Paper 2
– Marks of candidates scored in Paper 1
– Date of birth of candidate (older age candidates gets preference)
– Alphabetical order (the first alphabet in the name of the candidate)