SSC CHSL Result 2015-2016, SSC LDC DEO exam results, expected cut off marks, merit list available to check at ssc.nic.in.
SSC CHSL Cut Off Marks 2016: Hello everyone finally you will be happy by reading this news, Staff Selection Commission is going to announce result for Combined Higher Secondary Level examination which was conducted in the last month of the year 2015. It was very long time that candidates are eagerly waiting for result, now guys you can take a breath of relief because organization is about to release result along with merit list and cut off marks on their main web portal. Recently they have announced that result will be declared on July 22nd, 2016 on their official site. All are requested to visit its website ssc.nic.in regularly for any updates relating to above mentioned result.
Staff Selection Commission is very famous with its short name SSC in job seekers, this organization works under the department of personal and training of government of India. Established more than 40 years ago on November 4th, 1975 with a purpose to recruit staff for various post available in various departments of central government and also in its subordinate offices. Headquarter of this department is in capital city of the country, New Delhi and It has seven regional offices located at different cities of India.
Every year they issue many notifications for recruitment purpose and also many entrance examinations, candidates who are interested in Sarkari Naukri are always waiting for notification issued by this organization. Last year they have issued a SSC CHSL Notification to which large number of job seekers have applied to it and appeared for examination held in the last month of year 2015. This examination is conducted for candidates who are looking for jobs after 10+2 studies, now they are going to release result on their main website so applicants can check it from there.
Check more details about the above mentioned result given below and to check result online we have provided step by step information for it at the end of this article so check it and remember at the time of result announcement to check your result.
SSC CHSL Result 2015-2016 Expected Date
Name of the Organization: Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Name of Test: Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2)
Name of Post: LDC, DEO, Sorting Assistant & Postal Assistant
Total Number of Vacancies: 6578 vacancies
Job Category: Central Government job
Job Location: India
Exam Date: November 1st, 5th & 22nd, 2015
Status: Releasing on July 22nd, 2016
Expected Cut Off Marks
|Category||Expected Cutoff Marks|
Region Wise Direct Links to Check Result
|Region Name||State or UT name||Link to Check Result|
|North Region, Delhi||Rajasthan, Delhi & Uttarakhand||Available Soon|
|North-Western Sub-Region, Chandigarh||Haryana, Punjab, J&K & Himachal Pradesh||Available Soon|
|Southern Region, CHennai||Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamilnadu||Available Soon|
|MP Sub-Region, Raipur||Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh||Available Soon|
|Western Region, Mumbai||Maharashtra, Gujarat & Goa||Available Soon|
|North Eastern Region, Guwahati||Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalay, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram||Available Soon|
|Eastern Region, Kolkata||West Bengal, Orissa, Jharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkim||Available Soon|
|North Western Region||Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh||Available Soon|
|Central Region, Allahabad||Uttar Pradesh, Bihar||Available Soon|
Steps to Check SSC LDC DEO (10+2) Results 2016:
- Open region wise official website of the organization in your browser.
- On home page find a suitable link to check above mentioned result and click on it.
- Now enter required details like registration number, date of birth etc.
- After entering those details click on submit button.
- Your result will available on your screen.
- Download and take a printout of it for future use.
Official website: ssc.nic.in
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