SSC CGL Cut Off -The Cutoff of the SSC CGL Exam is hosted on this page year-wise. SSC CGL cutoff is the minimum score which must be secured in the exam in order to qualify it and get included in the merit list. The cutoff is released to shortlist the number of candidates for the next level of the recruitment. Cut off of SSC CGL is released with the result declaration and is decided keeping a number of factors in mind. Find all the relevant details on the same in the following sections.
The Cutoff of SSC CGL exam is released as a different score for the candidates of different categories so as to accommodate the reservation criteria in allotments.
Factors involved in deciding SSC CGL Cut Off
The cutoff is decided on a lot of factors which are enlisted in the following section:
- Number of exam takers
- Number of vacancies
- Difficulty level of the exam
- Overall performance of candidates.
SSC CGL 2017 Cut Off of Tier 1 Exam
On the basis of CGL(Tier-I) Exam, 2017, number of candidates provisionally qualified for Tier-II and Tier-III are :-
Paper-I and II : 1,50,404 (Total candidates)
Paper-III: 10,311 (Only for post of JSO)
Paper-IV: 15,450 (Only for posts of AAO)
SSC CGL 2016 Cut Off of Final
SSC CGL 2016 Cut Off of Tier 2 Exam
SSC CGL 2016 Cut Off of Tier 1 Exam
On the basis of CGL (Tier I) Examination, 2016, number of candidates provisionally qualified for different papers of Tier-II are:-
Paper-I and II : 1,49,319 (Total candidates)
Paper-III: 28,234 (Only for posts of Junior Statistical Officer (Grade-II)/Compiler)
Paper-IV: 45,293 (Only for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer in CAG)
SSC CGL 2015 Cut Off of Tier 2 Exam
SSC CGL 2015 Cut Off of Tier 1 Exam
SSC CGL 2014 Cut Off of Tier 2 Exam
There are 501 candidates common between List I and List II and 911 candidates common between List II and List III.
SSC CGL 2014 Cut Off of Tier 1 Exam
Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination, 2014 was held on 19th, 26thOctober, and 16th November, 2014 at various centers all over the country. Re-examination at some centers was held on 18th January, 2015 at Jaipur. A total of 13,01, 391 candidates appeared in this examination.
Category-wise details of candidates who have qualified for Tier-II and cut-off applied are as under:
Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II
* In addition to the number of UR candidates shown above, 24347 OBC, 5643 SC and 1583 ST candidate are also meeting the cut-off for UR category. Such candidates have been shown in their respective category.
Result has a column indicating ‘YES’ in the case of candidates qualifying for Paper-III as per their option / if preference is Blank.
Note: Category/ post preference have been taken from unverified data sent by Regional
Category-wise breakup of candidates qualifying for Tier-II and who have also opted for Statistical Investigator/Compiler or who have left their Preference Blank are :-
All these candidates will be called by Regional Offices to appear for Paper-III also alongwith Paper-I+II. Paper-III is mandatory for selection to the post of Statistical Investigator/Compiler.
On the basis of CGL(Tier-I) Exam – 2014, number of candidates provisionally qualifying for different papers of Tier-II are :-
Paper-I and II only : 1,42,642 (Total candidates)
Paper-III additionally: 77,577 (Number of Candidates who have opted for Statistical
Investigator/Compiler or have left the Post Preference ‘Blank’)