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SSC CGL Tier 1 Results 2016 Declared @ssc.nic.in

SSC CGL Tier 1 Results 2016 : Staff Selection Commission has finally declared the Combined Graduate Level Exam 2016 results at the official web portal. A large number of candidates have applied and appeared for the SSC CGL examination which was held in the month of August and September. All the candidates who had applied and written the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam 2016 are now enthusiastically waiting for the SSC CGL Results. The long speculation for the results has finally come to an end.

The Staff Selection Commission has finally declared the SSC CGL Results of Tier 1 examination today i.e., on 7th October, 2016. The aspirants who had written the examination can visit the official web portal of SSC and get access to their results or they can simply click on the direct link given below in this post. The candidates will be now able to check out their much-anticipated SSC CGL Tier 1 Results 2016 on the web that are published by the Staff Selection Commission on its official web portal.

Check SSC CGL Tier 1 Results 2016 From Below Links


SSC CGL Tier 1 Results link 1

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Results out

To check out the SSC CGL Results, the ambitious candidates can visit the official website of SSC at www.ssc.nic.in and get access to their results by entering the essential details in the provided fields. In order to check out the results, the candidates can simply hit the active link provided below which is attached in our post. The SSC CGL examination was successfully conducted by the commission at various exam centers in the country from 27th August to 11th September. Lakhs of candidates have written the examination conducted by SSC.

SSC CGL is a popular examination which is usually conducted by the board every year for all the aspirants who are seeking to get a job in various Government sectors. Since the completion of the examination, all the candidates have waited for a long time for checking their results. However, the long wait is now over. The Staff Selection Commission has finally released the SSC CGL Tier 1 Results 2016 and published on its web portal. All the candidates who took part in the national level written examination can check out their results directly from the official portal or from the link given here.

SSC CGL Results 2016 Finally Declared

Staff Selection Commission has released and official notification for SSC CGL Tier 1 examination and invited all the eligible and interested candidates for online applications. A total of 3815 Group B and Group C posts have been made available by the Staff Selection Commission in different ministries, departments, and various Government organizations. In order to fill all those vacancies, the SSC has released the official notification of CGL Tier 1 examination 2016.

More than 14 lakh candidates have applied for the examination and among them, a total of 8 lakh candidates have appeared for the SSC CGL Tier 1 examination held in the month of August and September.SSC CGL is one of the most competitive examinations which is attempted by most of the aspiring candidates particularly the graduates who are seeking to get various jobs in Govt sectors. Finally, the examination was held and the results are now out and available on the official web portal of SSC.

Name of the Organization: Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Name of the Examination: Combined Graduate Level (CGL)

Date of the Examination: 27th August to 11th September, 2016

Category: Results

Declaration Status of Results: Declared

Official Web Portal: www.ssc.nic.in

How to Check SSC Tier 1 Exam 2016 Results?

Here are the simple steps to check out the SSC CGL Results 2016 from the official web portal:

  • Visit the official website of SSC @ ssc.nic.in.
  • Click on the link that says SSC CGL Tier 1 Results 2016.
  • Enter all your details in the given fields and click the submit button.
  • The result will be displayed on the screen.
  • Take Printout of the result for future reference.
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