Wednesday, August 20, 2014

SSC CGL Re-Exam FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

First of all we would like to congratulate all candidates who have qualified in Tier-1 exam of CGL-2013. After the declaration of result, we have got so many queries from student's side. Through this post, we are trying to clear their doubts.

(1) What is the meaning of word "Yes" which is written in Some of the results?
Ans - It's clarifies that you are eligible for Paper 3. If you have applied for the posts of Statistical Investigator Exam then only you can appear in paper 3.

(2) If some one doesn't fill up any preference for posts, still SSC considers it eligible for all posts. If one gets very good marks, which post he will be allotted?

Ans - Based upon your rank(according to your marks) and availability of seats in particular posts, you will be asked to choose a post....for ex-  if your rank is 3 ,you will be asked to chose a post according to your wish...on the other hand, if your rank is not good, you won't be anle to chose higher posts  .so at the end,its your marks which decides everything

(3)I have lost my Roll Number. What should i do to check my Result?

Ans -SSC has released the list of selected candidates in PDF file. If you don't have your roll number, you can search Your Name(it wont help in case you find so many similar names). In that scenario, you should wait for the marks to come. At the time of admit card generation for Tier-II exam, you can try to download it by entering your name and date of birth. If it accepts, you are qualified otherwise not. If you have filled the form of SSC CGL 2014, we will advise you to focus on that.

(4) Qualified in Tier-1. Do i need to fill any other form for Tier-2 Exam?

Ans - No, there is no need to fill any other form. It's SSC who will do everything for you and will send you the admit card for Tier-II exam. In case, it failed to reach your home, you would be able to download the duplicate copy from the official website of SSC.

(5) Category Codes are confusing me. Can you provide its meaning?
Ans - The meaning of different category codes are listed below:

  • Code 9 -  Unreserved Category (General)
  • Code 6 - OBC (Other Backward Classes)
  • Code 1 - SC (Scheduled Caste)
  • Code 2 - ST (Scheduled Tribe)
  • Code 3 - Ex. Service man
  • Code 4 , 5 , 7 - Orthopaedically handicapped , hearing handicapped  and Visually  handicapped

(6) Due to lack of knowledge during form filling, i filled wrong post preferences. Can i change it during interview or document verification?

Ans -It's a common issue. At the time of form filling, students don't know much about the posts so they don't fill it properly. There is a good news for those candidates because SSC has officially notified that Candidates can now change their preferences at later stages which is obviously a good news for students.

(7)What's the difference between List 1 and List 2?

Ans -SSC has published two lists i.e List 1 and List 2. List 1 is for all posts and List 2 is only for those candidates who has qualified for Tax Assistant post. It means, they are not eligible to apply for higher posts. However. the same is not true for list 1 candidates as they can apply both for higher posts or for taxt assistant.

(8) Cutoff for General is 102 while it's only 85 for OBC. Why such a big difference?

Ans- See this RTI reply from SSC where it is clearly mentioned that the vacancy of GEN cat is 8K and for OBC is 4K (tentative) . But from the result write up of SSC it has been confirmed that 31K Gen and 47K OBC got selected . It means, only 4 K out of 47K will be selected. That's why there is big difference in cut off between OBC and General.
SSC CGL Re-Exam FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

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