SSC CHSL Result 2019 for Tier 1 is expected to be announced in August or September. Result of SSC CHSL 2019 indicates roll numbers of candidates qualified for Tier 2. Last time CHSL cut off was 143.5 for UR, 122.5 for SC, 112 for ST, 139 for OBC. Qualified candidates can download admit card for tier 2 and appear in it on September 29, 2019. Then SSC CHSL Result for Tier 2 will be announced to shortlist candidates for tier 3 that is skill test / typing test. Upon qualifying it, candidates will feature in final result leading to recruitment to 5789 vacancies of LDC, DEO, PA, SA, JSA in Govt of India. Get here complete details of SSC CHSL Result 2019 including date, cut off, marks.
SSC CHSL Result 2019
Staff Selection Commission publishes result of Combined Higher Secondary Level exam as PDF file displaying roll numbers of shortlisted candidates. Candidates can check SSC CHSL Result 2019 one by one for Tier 1, Tier 2, and final result. With each result, cut off and marks are also announced. Following schedule contains all important dates for exam and result.
|SSC CHSL 2019||Important Dates|
|Tier 1 exam date||01 to 26 Jul 2019|
|Declaration of SSC CHSL Result 2019 of Tier 1||11 Sep 2019|
|Tier 2 exam date||29 Sep 2019|
|Declaration of SSC CHSL Result 2019 of Tier 2 (expected)||Dec 2019 / Jan 2020|
|Declaration of SSC CHSL Final Result 2019||May / Jun 2020|
Check here: Candidates can check result of SSC CHSL 2019 Tier 1 as per schedule from ssc.nic.in.
Date of declaration of SSC CHSL Result 2019 Tier 1
Staff Selection Commission does not provide result date beforehand. However, we can look at past year result declaration dates to get an idea of when to expect it this year.
|Tier 1 exam date||01 Nov to 20 Dec 2015||07 Jan to 08 Feb 2017||04 to 28 Mar 2018|
|Re-exam, if any||23 Jul 2016||–|
|Result of tier 1||29 Jul 2016||01 Jun 2017||15 Jun 2018|
|Marks of candidates in tier 1||31 Aug 2016||09 Jun 2017|
|Tier 2 exam date||18 Sep 2016||09 Jul 2017||15 Jul 2018|
|Result of tier 2||29 Dec 2016||13 Oct 2017||10 May 2019|
|Marks of candidates in tier 2||04 Jan 2017||27 Oct 2017||13 May 2019|
|List of candidates qualified for doc verification||30 Jun 2017||–||–|
|Final result||28 Aug 2017||16 Feb 2018||–|
|Uploading of final marks||04 Sep 2017||21 Mar 2018||–|
|Number of days between last exam of tier 1 and tier 1 result||222 days / 6 days||113 days||79 days|
|Number of days between tier 2 exam and tier 1 result||102 days||96 days||299 days|
Going by this wide range of dates, result of SSC CHSL 2019 Tier 1 should be out in October. However, as per notification, Tier 2 is scheduled in September. And there has to be a time of few weeks between declaration of tier 1 results and conduct of tier 2 exam. Therefore it is likely that result of SSC CHSL 2019 tier 1 be announced in August or September.
Candidates spend a lot of time in preparing for Combined Higher Secondary Level exam. Thus wait between exam date and results is quite tensed. Candidates can focus on preparing for next tier in this time.
How to check SSC CHSL result 2019?
Mode of checking result of SSC CHSL 2019 is online. There is only one website for it that is ssc.nic.in. However official websites of regional and sub-regional offices also publish them in time. Simple steps to check Combined Higher Secondary Level result at ssc.nic.in are as follows.
- Visit ssc.nic.in.
- Then click on results.
- Thereafter click on CHSL.
- Now scroll and find link of CHSL Tier 1 / 2 / 3 / Final result.
- Click on result write up to know cut off and other details.
- Then either click on result link to check list of candidates declared qualified, or marks link to check marks via login.
Heartiest congratulations to all who are shortlisted! Please download admit card for SSC CHSL 2019 Tier 2/3 as per schedule.
If you did not qualify, do not be disheartened. You will surely get through next exam!
Candidates are selected through SSC CHSL (10+2) 2019 as per following scheme.
Tier 1: Objective Test
It is an objective test in computer-based mode for 1 hour. Candidates get +2 for correct answer, and -0.5 for incorrect answer. Following is its exam scheme.
|Name of subject||No. of Qs||Marks|
Tier 2: Descriptive Test
Candidates are shortlisted for Tier 2 on basis of result of SSC CHSL 2019 of tier 1. Tier 2 is a subjective exam in pen-and-paper mode of 1 hour. Its scheme is as below.
|Essay||200-250 words||100 marks|
|Letter / Application||150-200 words|
Tier 3: Skill Test / Typing Test
Candidates are shortlisted for Tier 3 on basis of result of SSC CHSL 2019 of tier 2. Candidates must qualify tier 2 as well as obtain tier 1 + tier 2 cut off. Tier 3 is qualifying in nature. Staff Selection Commission holds it as per following scheme.
|Skill test||DEO||8000 key depressions per hour||15 minutes|
|Skill test||DEO in C&AG||15000 key depressions per hour||15 minutes|
|Typing test||LDC, JSA, PA, SA||35 wpm (English) or 30 wpm (Hindi)||10 minutes|
Candidates who qualify all above must then attend DV. They must show original documents in order to verify eligibility. Below is a list of documents for the purpose of DV.
Candidates must enter post preferences during document verification.
Is on basis of merit (of tier 1 + tier 2 score) and preference.
Physical Efficiency Test, Physical and Medical Standard
Board of Officers, appointed by HQ, Director General Border Roads conducts PET at GREF centre or respective recruitment centre. It is only for LDC in Border Roads Organization.
SSC CHSL Result 2019 of Tier 1
Staff Selection Commission conducts Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) (Tier I) exam 2018-2019 as per schedule above. It is held in computer based mode for recruitment of Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators. Candidates get marks as per final answer key of SSC CHSL (10+2) 2019.
The result of SSC CHSL 2019 Tier 1 indicates whether candidate has qualified or not for Tier 2. It is determined on basis of marks obtained by candidates in computer based exam. After exam, Staff Selection Commission fixes cut off for each category. Those who obtain marks equal to or more than cut off are declared as qualified as per result of SSC CHSL 2019 for Tier 1. Staff Selection Commission publishes result as a list containing roll numbers of qualified candidates. In addition, marks of candidates are also published region wise.
Number of candidates appeared: Will be available with result. 3057993 appeared in 2016-2017.
Number of candidates qualified: Will be available with result. 60975, 53201, 48404 qualified in 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018 respectively.
Tier 1 Cut Off
SSC will reveal CHSL 2019 Tier 1 cut off with result. In the meantime, you can check past year cut offs.
Normalization of marks
Candidates are requested to note, that there will be normalization of marks in tier 1. This is because tier 1 computer based test is on separate dates and shifts. Formula for normalization is as follows.
SSC CHSL Result 2019 of Tier 2
Once again candidates are shortlisted on basis of result of SSC CHSL 2019. Candidates must first of all qualify with at least 33% in Tier 2 descriptive exam. Then they should get overall minimum marks (cut off) in Tier 1 + Tier 2. Only then they can appear in Tier 3. Staff Selection Commission publishes separate lists for SSC CHSL (10+2+ LDC/DEO/PA/SA/JSA Tier 2 Result. They are three, one each for candidates who can appear in DV and skill test for DEO post in C&AG, DEO post in departments besides C&AG, LDC/JSC and PA/SA.
Number of candidates qualified: Will be available with result. In the meantime you can check past year statistics.
- 2015-2016: 5766 qualified for DEST for DEO in C&AG. 344 qualified for skill test for DEO in departments other than C&AG. 41326 qualified for Typing Test for PA/SA/LDC/Court Clerk.
- 2016-2017: 6446 qualified for DEO. 43856 qualified for Typing Test for PA/SA/LDC
- 2017-2018: 1427 qualified for Skill Test for DEO in C&AG. 229 qualified for DEST and DV for DEO in other departments. 33967 qualified for Typing Test and DV for PA/SA/LDC/JSA,
Tier 2 Cut Off
Again, SSC reveals cut off data with result. While waiting for it, check past year cut offs below.
SSC CHSL Final Result 2019 (Tier 3)
Final result comes after Tier 3 skill test/ data entry skill test, and document verification which are qualifying in nature. SSC CHSL Final Result 2019 indicates roll numbers of candidates who are recommended for appointment. SSC considers those who qualify Tier 3, and their documents are found to be correct in DV, for the purpose of merit. Merit for final result is on basis of marks in Tier 1 and Tier 2. Allocation of posts and departments is on basis of merit cum order of preference filled by candidate at time of document verification.
Tier 3 cut off
SSC fixes maximum percentage of mistakes one can make in typing test, and skill test. It will be available with result. In the meantime, check previous cut offs.
Paper/skill considered for different posts
|Name of post||Papers / skill test|
|LDC, PA/SA||Tier-I, Tier-II and Typing Test|
|DEO in CAG||Tier-I, Tier-II and DEST (15,000 key depressions per hour.)|
|DEO in Departments other than CAG||Tier-I, Tier-II and DEST (8,000 key depressions per hour.)|
- Marks in Tier 2
- Date of birth with older candidates getting higher rank
- Alphabetical order of names of candidates
How to check SSC CHSL 2019 Marks?
Candidates can check marks obtained in exam at ssc.nic.in. Marks of candidates are released in two ways. Firstly, marks obtained are published roll number wise in a PDF file. Secondly, SSC activates login link at ssc.nic.in marks module so that candidates can login to check marks. Steps to check marks from both ways are explained below.
Steps to check marks obtained in SSC CHSL 2019
- Visit ssc.nic.in.
- Then, click on results link.
- After that, click on CHSL.
- Now seek announcement for issuance of marks of candidates.
Case 1: If CHSL marks are published in PDF file
- Open PDF file.
- Then use search command, depending on what device you are using.
- Thereafter enter your roll number in search command.
- Now check marks obtained by you against your roll number.
Case 2: If CHSL marks are published at login
- Click on link for marks announcement.
- Then read notice and scroll down to link to check marks at marks module.
- Once you reach login page, enter roll number or registration number, and password.
- Result with marks opens on screen. Check it and take a printout for future reference.
Number of Vacancies
Staff Selection Commission has announced tentative number of vacancies on May 16, 2019. As per it, following is breakup of vacancies for SSC CHSL (10+2).
|Name of post||UR||SC||ST||OBC||EWS||Total|
|LDC / JSA / JPA||990||253||166||349||97||1855|
|PA / SA||1999||574||312||630||365||3880|
Organization wise vacancy split is also available. It is as follows:
Salary and Emoluments
It is important for candidates to be aware of their pay scale before joining. With this in mind, Staff Selection Commission provides it in notification only. As per it, following are pay scales in posts through SSC CHSL (10+2).
Pay Band 1: ₹ 5200-20200
- LDC and JSC: ₹ 1900 (pre-revised)
- PA, SA, DEO: ₹ 2400 (pre-revised)
Candidates are requested to note that right now exams and results of SSC CHSL as per notice F. No. 3/2/2019-P&P-I are going on. Officially, name of this is SSC CHSL 2018. However, since all its exams are in 2019, therefore it is more commonly known as SSC CHSL 2019. On this page, we thus use SSC CHSL Result 2019, SSC CHSL Result 2018, SSC CHSL Result 2018-2019, interchangeably. All refer to same result.
SSC CHSL 2019
Every year, Staff Selection Commission conducts recruitment process for Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC), Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant (PA), Sorting Assistant (SA), and Data Entry Operator (DEO). Candidates with minimum class 12 pass qualification are eligible for it. Thus, its name is SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2).
For SSC CHSL 2018-2019, applications were invited from March 5, 2019, to April 5, 2019. Candidates could apply online at ssc.nic.in. Application fee was Rs 100.
Those who apply can download admit card from sscnr.net.in, sscer.org, ssckkr.kar.nic.in, sscsr.gov.in, sscner.org.in, sscwr.net, sscmpr.org, ssc-cr.org, sscnwr.org prior to exam. Thereafter, selection happens as per selection process explained above on this page.
Since entry level for CHSL is only class 12, it makes it very popular among govt job aspirants. Reportedly 30 lakh candidates apply for CHSL every year. Therefore, even though questions in exam are of moderate to hard level, competition is pretty tough. Candidates are advised to go through previous year papers of SSC CHSL in order to prepare.
Since release of notification, to final allotment, there is usually a period of 2 years. Candidates from all across India compete in it for various posts in ministries and departments in Govt of India.
A few more exams in India for class 12 pass candidates are:
- RRB NTPC
- SSC MTS
- SSC GD Constable
- UPSC NDA and NA exam
- Indian Army 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme
SSC CHSL 2019 Result Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : Dear candidate, you can check your result of SSC CHSL (10+2) exam online. You have to first go to ssc.nic.in. Then you have to click on results link which comes with a trophy icon on top menu. Once you are at results page, click on CHSL to check all CHSL related results. Now here you can see which is the latest result of Combined Higher Secondary Level exam and click it to check it. Result is announced as PDF file containing roll numbers of qualified candidates. So if your name is in that list, then you have qualified.
Ans : When SSC releases CHSL exam result, that list only shows whether you had qualified or not. However SSC separately publishes marks list, and also allows you to check marks at login. Please note that list of candidates with marks are published few days after result. Thereafter login to check marks remain active for a short period of time at ssc.nic.in.
Ans : Dear candidate! There is no pre-defined date for result of CHSL exam. You can see expected dates in table above on this page. We have also provided a detailed analysis of past year SSC CHSL exam timelines. Nevertheless, SSC keeps releasing result status from time to time. In it, tentative and final dates of result are announced.
Ans : Lower Division Clerk or LDC takes care of clerical work. Exact work varies from department to department. Broadly, LDC is responsible for day to day tasks to ensure smooth and efficient operations of office.
Ans : Data Entry Operator or DEO looks after work of entering data using computer to maintain records and office related work. It also involves letter writing and compiling information.
Ans : Postal Assistant (PA) / Sorting Assistant (SA) are clerical cadre employees. They get job in Ministry of Communication (Department of Post) directly after clearing class 12 through SSC CHSL.
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