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SSC announced the marks of non qualified candidates in the tier 1 exam.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the CGL Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination, 2010 on 16.05.2010 all over the country. 5,39,277 candidates have actually appeared in the exam against 7,46,028 candidates registered. Out of 78,588 candidates 5,39,277 have qualified provisionally in
Tier-I Examination to appear in Tier-II examination.
Candidates who have qualified in SSC CGL 2010 Tier-I Examination are thus eligible for appearing in the Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination, 2010, which is tentatively scheduled to be held on 31st July, 2010 (Paper-III) and 1st August, 2010 (Paper-I&II). Qualified eligible candidates who do not receive the Admission ticket for the Tier-II Examination ten days before the commencement of the exam should immediately thereafter contact the respective Regional Office of the Commission.
Marks of the non-qualified candidates will be uploaded on SSC’s website shortly. Marks of the qualified candidates in Tier-I Examination will be uploaded after declaration of final result.
Category-wise general cut-off marks:-
Category SC ST OBC EXS PH HH VH UR TOTAL
Cut Off 94 93 102 85 83 60 71 115 -
Candidates 9852 5908 22639 2227 2147 415 404 11205 54797*
* includes 26642 candidates opted for SI in CPOs also and break-up of 26642 candidates is as under:-
Category SC ST OBC UR TOTAL
Male Candidates 4961 3342 10482 5737 24522
Female 500 169 741 710 2120
As the candidates opting for CPOs are subjected to Physical Eligibility Test (PET) and Medical Test, the Staff Selection Commission has decided to release additional list of 23791 candidates (Male-23241 and Female-550) for CPOs fixing a lower cut-off as under:-
Male SC ST OBC UR TOTAL Cut Off Marks 83 83 94 100 - Candidates 5628 3464 5879 8270 23241 available Female SC ST OBC UR TOTAL Cut Off Marks 92 91 100 112 - Candidates 94 53 137 266 550 available
Thus, 50,433 (26642+23241+550) candidates have provisionally qualified in Tier-I Examination for the post of SI in CPOs
Note:- PH candidates are not eligible for CPOs as per the Notice of the Examination and as such the candidature of PH candidates is subject to due verification of their category status by the respective Regional Directors /Deputy Directors. After verification candidature of the candidates belonging to PH category will be rejected.
As per available information from SSC, 23260 candidates out of the first list of 54797 have opted for Compilers/Statistical Investigators. After scrutiny of their qualification, SSC will call the selected candidates for Paper-III of the Examination.
Number of candidates provisionally selected for each paper is therefore –
Paper-I : 54,797
Paper-II : 78,588 (54,797+23791 additional candidates for SI in CPO)
Paper-III : 23,260 (However, they will be required to take the subject
corresponding to their subject of study)
Roll number, category, etc., of the candidates, as shown in the result, have been taken from their OMR answer scripts. It is important for the candidates belonging to reserved category for whom certain percentage of vacancies is reserved as per the policy of the Government, to note that some of them may have been declared eligible for the Tier-II Examination for the specific category mentioned in the result. It is, therefore, in the interest of the candidates concerned to contact immediately the respective Regional Offices of the Commission in all such cases where they do not belong to the categories shown against their roll numbers.
Candidates may note that as per notice of the examination and instructions given in the answer sheets, they were required to code/write their particulars correctly and sign answer sheets. Such answer sheets which are without signature and where particulars such as name, roll no., ticket no. and Test Form no. have been written and/or coded incorrectly, have been rejected/awarded ZERO marks.
Due to administrative reason SSC was conducted the re-examination on 13.6.2010 in respect of two sub-centres one each for Muzaffarpur and Tiruchirapalli and also for two candidates in Mumbai. Result in respect of these candidates will be declared later on wherein same cut-off will be applied.
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