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SSC CGLTier-I Re-Exam 2014 results declared

New Delhi, Aug 20 ():Staff Selection Commission which conducted Combined Graduate Level (SSC CGL) 2013 Re-exam Tier -1 on 27th April and 20th July 2014 has declared the results in its official website.

Candidates who appeared for SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I Re –Exam on the above mentioned dates may download the results in the following official website at http://ssc.nic.in

To download the SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I Re –Exam results 2014 , candidates may follow the below steps:

Log on to the official website at http://ssc.nic.in

Plot a route to result section.

Click the link titled as SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I Re –Exam results 2014.

Enter reg no and other details as instructed.

Submit the entered data.

SSC CGL 2013 Tier-I Re-Exam results 2014 will appear on the screen.

SSC CGL Tier-I exam was earlier conducted on 14th April 2013 and 21st April 2013 but was cancelled due to certain reasons. Later, SSC CGL Tier-I exam was re-scheduled and conducted on 27th April 2014 in seven cities  and on 20th July 2014 in remaining cities.

Candidates who qualify Tier-I exam will be considered as eligible to appear for SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam. SSC has notified to announce the date of SSC CGL Tier-2 written exam results soon.

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recruits candidates for various posts in various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices. To select eligible candidates to Group “C” and Group “D” posts for the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India, recruitment examinations and interviews are held by SSC.

SSC makes recruitment only for central government and do not serve the States.

For SSC CGL 2013 all posts results visit http://ssc.nic.in

For List of Selected candidates visit http://ssc.nic.in

To know cut-off marks for all posts, visit http://ssc.nic.in

To know cut-off marks for Tax Asst, visit http://ssc.nic.in

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