SSC CGL Tier 2 Result, Marks 2021, Selection List: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the tier 2 examination from 15th to 18th November 2020 in many examinations across the nation. A large number of contenders who have qualified the Tier 1 examination have appeared for the tier 2 written test. Contenders who had appeared for SSC CGL Tier 2 examination and waiting for the result, can visit the SSC official website, ssc.nic.in to download the result. The organization is anticipated to declare SSC CGL Tier 2 result on 20th February 2021. The organization releases the SSC CGL Tier 2 result, cutoff marks, and merit list at the time of announcement. Hence the competitors who have competed for the SSC CGL Tier-II examination can keep checking the official website for more updates.
SSC CGL Tier 2 Result, Marks 2021 – Cutoff Marks, Selection List (All Regions)
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) annually conducts various examinations for aspirants such as CGL, CGL, and CHSL. Candidates seeking central government jobs can apply for SSC jobs. The selection of candidates will be strictly made by written test tier 1 (CBT), tier 2 (CBT), tier 3 (Descriptive-Pen Paper-based), and tier 4 rounds. Candidates qualifying in each round will be finally gets selected for various central government jobs. This year the SSC has announced Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Notification for aspirants waiting for SSC jobs. A huge number of hopefuls have applied for the SSC CGL posts this year. Aspirants competing for SSC CGL posts can check the SSC portal, ssc.nic.in to check the updates.
SSC CGL Tier II result 2021, Selected candidates List – Important Details
|Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
|Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier 2 Examination
|15th to 18th November 2020
|Results Release Date
|19th February 2021 – Released
SSC CGL Tier II Result, Marks 2021 Download @ ssc.nic.in
As part of the selection process for combined graduate level posts, SSC has conducted the tier 1 examination (CBT) in 2020. Lakhs of competitors seeking to get central government jobs have contended for the SSC Tier I examination as per scheduled dates. The organization has announced the result of Tier I examination on — and announced the Tier II examination dates. As per the announcement, the SSC conducted the Tier II examination from 15th to 18th November 2020. Contenders who have qualified the Tier 1 examination have competed for the tier 2 CBT during the announced dates. The organization conducted the tier 2 examination in many examination centers across the nation. All the competitors who had competed for the SSC CGL Tier 2 written test and waiting for the result can get ready to check the result on 20th February. Visit the SSC official website, ssc.nic.in to check the result.
SSC CGL Tier II Cutoff Marks 2021
The competitors have to qualify the CGL Tier II examination to get shortlisted for the Tier III examination. SSC CGL Cutoff marks will be announced based on various factors such as the total number of posts, level of competition, and various other details. SSC CGL Tier II Cutoff marks category-wise will be announced for general, BC, SC, ST, and other categories. Candidates have to score as per the announced cutoff marks to clear the Tier II examination.
SSC CGL Tier II Merit List 2021
Merit list of qualified candidates will be released along with the result. Candidates appeared for Tier 2 examination can check their result from the official website of SSC, ssc.nic.in. The competitors who cleared the examination with requisite cutoff marks will be moved to the next round, Tier 3 examination. Candidates can download the SSC CGL Tier II merit list 2021 on 20th february at the time of the result announcement.
Check SSC CGL 2021 Tier-2 Marks – Available Soon
Steps to download SSC CGL Tier II Result 2021
- Visit the official web portal ssc.nic.in
- Click on “SSC CGL Tier 2 Result 2021.”
- Enter the required details such as user id, password etc.
- Click on the ‘download’ button.
- Download SSC CGL Tier 2 result, cutoff marks, and merit list.
- Take a print out and save it for future reference.
yes declared on 19th February 2021.
First click on Above mentioned link and download the list region wise and Find using Ctrl+F and search your name and marks in the list.
15th to 18th November 2020
Official cut off marks will be released along with the result.