SSC CGL 2019 Result Declared on ssc.nic.in, scorecard Download

SSC CGL 2019 Result Declared on ssc.nic.in, scorecard Download – Staff Selection Commission, SSC has declared the ssc CGL 2019 results on its official websites. The results were declared by the Commission on April 8, 2022. Candidates can check their result for ssc combined graduate level 2019 recruitment exam at the official SSC website – ssc.nic.in.
The skill test and document verification results for ssc CGL tier 3 exam 2019 were declared on June 29, 2021. The final SSC CGL 2019 results were declared by ssc on April 8, 2022. Candidates can refer to the steps given below to check their SSC CGL 2019 result.

SSC CGL 2019 Result
SSC CGL 2019 Result

The Staff Selection Commission has released the results of CGL Final Result 2019 i.e. Combined Graduate Level Examination for the candidates who have appeared in the document verification round. SSC has announced this on the official website. The PDF of the result is available on the official website @ ssc.nic.in. SSC has also released the list of final cut off marks along with CGL 2019 result.

A total of 7700 candidates have been selected as per the official notification, with a total of 8428 vacancies. The candidates have been selected for different categories. There are 3285 candidates in general category, 1912 in OBC category, 781 in EWS category, 1107 for SC category and 615 for SC category.

How to Download Results Online ?

  • Visit the official website of the Commission ssc.nic.in to check the result of CGL 2019.
  • Go to the Results tab.
  • Click on the CGL 2019 result link.
  • The final result will appear on the screen.
  • Download the result and take a printout for future reference.
  • Direct link to check result – Direct link to check result

How to check cut off Of SSC CGL 2019 ?

  • Under the list issued by the Commission, candidates can check the cut-offs for Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3 of the CPT. Module-I is data entry speed test (DEST).
  • Module-II and III of CPT are the creation (PowerPoint) of spreadsheets (Excel) and slides respectively and each module i.e. (Module-II and Module-III). It was 100 points.
  • The marks obtained by the candidates in Module-II and Module-III have been clubbed together to apply the cut-off for these two modules of CPT.

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