SSC CGL 2017 Tier-III Final Result Announced – Here’s How To Check

Published on : 18th November 2019    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
SSC CGL Exam

SSC has announced the final results of Combine graduate-level recruitment examination Tier-III, 2017, at the official website.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the final result for the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL), 2017 (Tier-III) on Friday, 15th November 2019. Aspirants who have appeared in the exam can check their results online at ssc.nic.in. Qualified candidates are required to appear for the Skill Test/Document Verification process. The merit has been prepared on the basis of candidates’ performance in Tier-I, Tier-II, and Tier-III.

Candidates can check out their result at the official SSC website using their log-in details. The commission will also upload the marks of the eligible candidates at the authorized portal.  

SSC CGL 2017: View Steps To Check Tier-III (Final Result)

  • Visit the authorized website of Staff Selection Commission.
  • On the home page, go to the results sections and click on the link available to download the results.
  • Your SSC CGL 2017 Tier-III results will be appearing in the pdf format on the display screen.
  • Type “Ctrl + F” to scroll down to check your results.
  • Download the CGL results and take its photocopy for future reference.

The SSC has conducted the CGL Tier-3 written examination on 8th July 2018. Only those who have successfully appeared for Tier-III exam were eligible to check their Tier-III exam results. The Tier-II result was declared on 6th June 2018.

Click here to directly download the SSC CGL Result 2017.

Minimum Qualifying Marks and Cut-Off

The minimum qualifying marks for the SSC CGL Tier-III examination are fixed as 33. The details of cut-off and candidates qualified for various posts are as under:

Candidates qualified for Assistant Audit Officer (AAO)

Category

Cut-off marks Tier-I+Tier-II (Paper I+II+IV)+Tier-III

Candidates Qualified

UR

642.50

1161

OBC

607.00

1219

SC

571.00

473

ST

547.25

229

TOTAL

-

3082

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Candidates qualified for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)

Category

Cut-off marks Tier-I+Tier-II (Paper I+II+III)+Tier-III

Candidates Qualified

UR

515.00

1569

OBC

510.00

1376

SC

450.00

528

ST

425.00

331

TOTAL

-

3804

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Candidates qualified for Common Proficiency Test (CPT) and Document Verification

Category

Cut-off marks Tier-I+Tier-II (Paper I+II)+Tier-III

Candidates Qualified

UR

496.50

9990

OBC

494.75

4770

SC

441.75

3066

ST

418.50

1523

TOTAL

-

19349

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Candidates qualified for Data Entry Skill Test (DEST) and Document Verification

Category

Cut-off marks Tier-I+Tier-II (Paper I+II)+Tier-III

Candidates Qualified

UR

488.25

13260

OBC

451.25

12491

SC

380.75

6891

ST

380.00

3032

TOTAL

-

35674

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“After excluding common candidates, 35,990 candidates are qualifying in Tier-III.”

What’s Next After SSC CGL 2017 Tier-III Final Result?

Candidates who have qualified the third stage of SSC CGL 2017, which is Tier-III, are eligible to appear for SSC CGL Tier-IV. The Tier-IV is a computer proficiency/skill test. The exam date and venue will be granted by the commission to the shortlisted candidates on their registered mobile and email address.

SSC CGL 2017 Skill Test/Document Verification - Important Information

  • Candidates who have qualified for more than one post are required to appear for the Skill Test/Document Verification only once.
  • Those who do not appear for the Document Verification process will not be considered for final selection
  • During the document verification process, candidates are required to submit details on posts and department of their preference.

Skill Test/Document Verification Schedule

The schedule for the skill test (CPT/DEST) and document verification process will be available at the official websites of regional SSCs. Candidates must check the same. Those who do not receive call letters must get in touch with the Commission’s regional offices immediately.


About the Author: Himanshu Basant Bhatt

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