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SSC CGL Tier 1 exam results 2016 to be published at Ssc.nic.in

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Finally, candidates are at ease with the notification released by SSC (Staff Selection Commission) that the result of CGL (Common Graduate Level) Exam Tier 1 will be released on November 8, 2016.  The Tier 2 exam will be held on November 30, 2016, to December 12, 2016, as per the notification.

Candidates should keep in mind while checking out the results that they have to log on to the official website of the SSC that is ssc.nic.in

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Click “latest news section” which is on the homepage and then go to “SSC CGL TIER 1 RESULT 2016” under that section. This will take you to the another page where a candidate is supposed to fill the registration number, date of birth and some other details too.

When you enter the details click on the button “submit” and your result will be displayed. Rumours were there that SSC has declared the result on October 7, 2016, which was not true and they accepted the objections with a statement that they will consider all the applications before releasing the result. Candidates who have passed the Tier 1 exam will allow sitting in Tier 2 exams.

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This time, as the system is new that is SSC made the Tier 1 exam online; students were given more time to complete the exam. Tier 2 will be a pen and paper exam.

This exam is much sought after an exam in the country and popular among students. After graduation, a large number of students prefers safe and sound jobs.

The Government of India recruits staff at various ministries on different levels and in Central government departments which include subordinate offices. These government jobs help in forming a stable career with full responsibility, which makes them much-coveted exam in the country.

As per records, around 17, 86,047 candidates had given this exam in 2015. The number is increasing which it makes popular among graduate job seekers.

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