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SSC CGL Tier I exam 2016 marks released, check region-wise list here

education Updated: Nov 17, 2016 14:38 IST
Nilesh Mathur
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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on Tuesday released the marks of candidates who had appeared in Combined Graduate Level Tier I Examination 2016 . (Arun Mondhe/HT file )

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on Tuesday released the marks of candidates who had appeared in Combined Graduate Level Tier I Examination 2016 (CGLE Tier-I) on its official website .

Steps to check marks:

1) Go to SSC’s official website

2) Click on the link for ‘Declaration of marks of Combined Graduate Level (Tier 1) Examination, 2016’

3) On the new page that opens, there are links for seeing marks of candidates who appeared from different regions

4) Click on the link for the region from which you have appeared

5) A pdf page containing roll numbers, names and marks scored appears on the screen

6) Check your marks carefully

7) Take a print-out for future reference

Candidates having problem in opening the link for marks on the official website can check their marks by clicking on the links below:

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - CR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - ER

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - KKR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - MPR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - NER

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - NR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - NWR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - SR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ) marks of the candidates: Region - WR

CGLE 2016 ( TIER-1 ): List of candidates whose OMR answer sheets were not evaluated

The exam was held between August 27 and September 11 in about 415 centres in 96 cities across the country. In Srinagar, the examination was held on September 25. About 38.04 lakh candidates had registered for the examination and about 14.99 lakh finally appeared.

Candidates who have cleared the Tier-I examination will be allowed to sit in the Tier-II examination which would be tentatively held between November 30 and December 2.

The tentative date for CGLE Tier-III examination is January 15, 2017, while Tier-IV exam will be held between January 17 and February 17.

The final result of CGLE 2016 is expected to be declared by the end of April 2017.

Note: Please check the SSC’s website for more details.