SSC CGL 2017 result: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is likely to release the SSC CGL 2017 final result on November 15, 2019, after the examination papers of the SSC CGL 2017 were allegedly leaked, leading to several days of protests by job seekers. Amid protests, the SSC had recommended a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the allegations of paper leak.
The SSC is said ro declare the result of Staff Selection Committee-Combined Graduate Level (SSC-CGL) 2017 examination on its official website on sscnr.net.in or ssc.nic.in. However, the SSC CGL result dates are tentative so far.
The tentative result date of CGL examination, 2018 (Tier-II) and Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination, 2019 (Paper-I) is October 25, 2019. The commission will also declare the final result of Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) (CHSL) Level examination, 2017 on December 20, 2019.
On August 31 last year, the Supreme Court had stayed the declaration of result of SSC CGL and combined higher secondary level examination, however, in May 2019, the stay was lifted but the result was not announced.
Steps to download SSC CGL Final Result 2017
- Visit the official website of SSC on ssc.nic.in
- Click on the link – ‘SSC CGL Final Result 2017’
- It will redirect you to a new page
- Enter your credentials and click on the submit button
- The SSC CGL Final Result 2017 will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take a printout for future reference
Important dates to remember for SSC CGL results
SSC MTS 2019 Paper-I: October 25, 2019
SSC CGL 2018 Tier-II: October 25, 2019
SSC CGL 2017 Final Result: November 15, 2019
SSC CHSL 2017 Final Result: December 20, 2019
About SSC CGL
The SSC is a government body which conducts examinations to recruit staff at multiple levels in various ministries and departments. Several lakh students appear in the SSC examination each year and enter government services in Group C and D Categories of jobs once they qualify.
The SSC Combined Graduate Level exam has a four-tier system, in which tier I and tier II are computer-based, while in tier III and IV, job applicants take up a descriptive paper and a computer proficiency test or skill test. Several lakh students appear in SSC examination each year and enter government services in Group C and D Categories of jobs once they qualify.