SSC CHSL 2019 Tier 1 Result will be announced today i.e 12th September after 7 P.M Indian Standard Time. Staff Selection Commission released an official notice explaining the rescheduled date for the SSC CHSL Result 2019.
The Tier 1 SSC CHSL Result was due to be released on 11th September but has been rescheduled for 12th September 2019.
The number of candidates who clear the Tier 1 CHSL Test is approximately 15 times the total number of vacancies. Only those students who clear the SSC CHSL Cut Off for Tier 1 will be eligible to sit for the Stage 2 paper.
How will the SSC CHSL Cut Off 2019 be calculated?
Staff Selection Commission calculates the cut off keeping in mind these crucial points. The combination of All 3 of these factors helps in making the SSC CHSL Cut Off List
1) Number of Candidates Appearing for the Exam - A total of 29.68 Lakhs candidates registered for the exam out of which 13.17
Lakh candidates appeared for the Tier 1 exam.
2) Vacancies Announced - Total Vacancies announced for the Tier 1 CHSL Exam 2019 is 5789.
3) Difficulty Level of the Test - The Tier 1 Exam was of Easy to Moderate Level Difficulty and the candidates
What Happens After the SSC CHSL Result 2019?
Candidates that clear the SSC CHSL Tier 1 Cut Off will be eligible to sit for the Tier 2 Examination. Important points for SSC CHSL Tier 2 Exam -
1) SSC CHSL Tier 2 exam is a Descriptive Test and will be conducted Offline.
2) Stage 2 exam is conducted for 100 Marks
3) 2 Questions are asked in the Tier 2 exam: 1 Questions is from Letter/Application Writing, 2nd Question is for Essay Writing. Both Questions carry 50 Marks Each.
The candidates that clear the SSC CHSL Stage 2 exam will then appear for the Tier 3 Skill/Typing Test. SSC CHSL Tier 3 Test is Qualifying in nature, candidates just need to qualify in this test, the marks obtained in this section are not considered in the Final SSC CHSL Result List.
Key Points for SSC CHSL Tier 3 Exam
1) Candidates will be given 15 minutes to type and the source material that they have to type.
2) This test can be given in English or Hindi
3) If the candidate chooses English, he/she will need to type 35 words per minute.
4) If Hindi is chosen then the candidates will need to type 30 words per minute.
How is the Final SSC CHSL Merit List Decided?
The SSC CHSL Final Merit List is decided on the following basis
1) Candidate must meet the minimum SSC CHSL Cut Off for Tier 1 & Tier 2T
2) Tier 3 CHSL Test is a qualifying test that all candidates need to clear.
3) The final SSC CHSL Result is decided on the basis of Tier 1 & Tier 2 result marks