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SSC CGL 2017 Result Declared: 35k Candidates Qualified TIER-3 Exam; what’s Next?

Well, you all should know that the after the Supreme Court’s order about the SSC CGL 2017 has come out. After that order, SSC has declared the result for the tier-three written exam which was stuck since the last two years has been out. All the candidates can download the SSC CGL 2017 TIER Three result from the official website by following the simple perks.

SSC CGL 2017 Result Declared

You all should know that the TIER 3 exam has taken place last year on July 8. Also, SSC CGL 2017 exam result has finally been announced on May 10. We think that it is good news for most of the candidates and we are pretty sure that you all are going to love it. Also, the scores can be checked online by visiting the official website; ssc.nic.in. We are going to tell everything about the results down here.

Also, a total of 35,990 candidates have qualified the Tier 3 exam that was conducted for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer, Junior Statistical Officer, CPT, and DEST. You all should know that the qualified candidates will next be called for document verification as the final procedure of the SSC CGL 2017 recruitment. We think that the Supreme Court Directs Staff Selection Body to Declare Results and you all can check it online.

How to download SSC CGL 2017 Result/ Merit List-

  • First of all, you need to visit the ssc.nic.in.
  • After that, you need to go to the homepage and then you need to click on the ‘result’ tab.
  • After that, you need to see and click on the SSC CGL 2017 Merit List.
  • Now, under the CGL tab, click merit list PDF for all the respective posts.
  • Now, if you have open the PDF in Chrome Browser then hit “CTRL + F” and you can find your roll number.

You all can download the SSC CGL 2017 Result/ Merit List by following the simple perks. We think that SSC significantly noted that candidates who do not attend the document verification will not be considered for final selection. The schedule for CPT/ DEST/ Document verification will be made available on the SSC regional office’s website.

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