ssc cgl 2017 final result out II analysis
Today staff selection commission has declared result. Students were waiting this result since a long time.
The result of CGL (Tier-III) Examination, 2017, was declared by the
Commission on 09.05.2019 wherein following numbers of candidates were
provisionally qualified for appearing in the Skill Test and Document
List-I: Assistant Audit Officer: 3,082
List-II: Junior Statistical Officer: 3804
List-III: CPT and Document Verification: 19349
List-IV: DEST and Document Verification: 35,674
2. After excluding common candidates, 35,990 candidates were
qualified in Tier-III for appearing in the Skill Test/ Document Verification.
3. The candidates qualifying in Module-I i.e. DEST were eligible for
evaluation of Module-II and III of CPT. Marks obtained by these
candidates in Module-II and Module-III were added together for applying
(i) Category-wise cut-off in Module-I (i.e. DEST) of CPT for
evaluation of Module-II +III of CPT:
(ii) Category-wise cut-off marks in Module-II +III of CPT:
(iii) Cut-off in DEST for the posts of Tax Assistant: Category-wise
cut-off applied in DEST for post of Tax Assistant in CBDT and
CBIC is given below:
4. As per the provisions of the Notice of Examination, merit has been
prepared on the basis of scores of the candidates in following Tiers/ Papers:
(i) Assistant Audit Officer (AAO):
Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II+ Paper-IV) + Tier-III
(ii) Junior Statistical Officer (JSO):
Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II + Paper-III) + Tier-III
(iii) All posts (other than AAO and JSO):
Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II) + Tier-III.
5. For the following posts, qualifying in CPT is mandatory:
(i) Assistant Section Officer in CSS
(ii) Assistant Section Officer in MEA
(iii) Assistant/ Superintendent in Ministry of Corporate Affairs,
Ministry of Mines
(iv) Inspector (Central Excise) in CBEC (now CBIC)
(v) Inspector (Preventive officer) in CBEC (now CBIC)
(vi) Inspector (Examiner) in CBEC (now CBIC)
6. For the posts of Tax Assistant in CBDT and CBIC, qualifying in
DEST is mandatory.
7. Resolution of Tie Cases: Tie cases have been resolved by applying
following method one after another, as applicable till the Tie is resolved:
(i) Total marks in the Computer Based Examination [i.e. TierI+Tier-II (marks of relevant Papers)]
(ii) Total marks in Tier-II Examination (relevant Papers).
(iii) Total marks in Tier-I Examination.
(iv) Date of Birth, with older candidate placed higher.
(v) Alphabetical order in which the first names of the candidates
8. As per the provisions of the Notice of Examination, allocation of
posts to eligible candidates has been made on the basis of merit-cumpreference of posts given by the candidates at the time of Document
Verification. A total of 8120 candidates have been provisionally
recommended for appointment. Category-wise breakup of finally selected
candidates is as follows:
# One vacancy has been kept reserved as per the details given at Para 11.
* 3 SC, 4 ESM and 199 OBC candidates have qualified at UR standard
127 OH candidates (77 UR, 36 OBC and 14 SC candidates)
96 HH candidates (67 UR, 28 OBC and 1 ST candidates)
25 VH candidates (18 UR and 7 OBC candidates)
349 ESM candidates (261 UR, 82 OBC, 5 SC and 1 ST candidate)
9. Post-wise and category-wise break-up of the candidates selected for
different posts against the vacancies reported by the User departments and
cut-off details of the last selected candidates against each post is given
below. In cases where candidates are selected against horizontal categories
(i.e. 3-Ex-Servicemen, 4-OH, 5-HH and 7-VH) marks and Date of Birth of
such last selected candidates are reflected against their respective
horizontal category, not against their vertical category (i.e. 1- SC, 2-ST, 6-
OBC and 9-UR). In addition to this, vacancies of horizontal categories are
also counted in their respective vertical categories as well. The rows
corresponding to nil reported vacancies have not been shown in the tables
List-III: Select List of 7471 candidates for all posts other than
Assistant Audit Officer and Junior Statistical Officer:
11. One vacancy (UR) has been kept unfilled as one UR candidate has
now been declared qualified for Tier-III after revision of some of the
Answer Keys of Paper-IV of Tier-II Examination on the recommendations
of the Expert Committees in compliance of the Order dated 18.09.2019 of
Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in WP No. 4913/2019 (Vishal Chhillar and Ors
vs. UoI and Anr.).
12. This result is subject to the final Orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court of
India in WP No: 234/2018 filed by Shri Shantanu Kumar & Ors.
13. Two candidates having Roll Numbers 1601012588 and 2201426430
stand debarred from the examinations of the Commission. Result of these
candidates has not been processed.
14. Any discrepancy with respect to the selection/ non-selection/
allocation of post/ User Department, etc may be brought to the Notice of
the Commission within a period of one month. Any such representation
received after one month will not be entertained by the Commission.
15. If a candidate is finally selected and does not receive any
correspondence from the Commission or the concerned User Department
within a period of one year after declaration of result, he/ she must
bring this to the notice of the User Department immediately thereafter.
16. Marks of the candidates will be uploaded on the Commission’s website