Telangana: The Directorate of Govt Examinations on Tuesday updated that the due dates have been extended for payment of examination fee under Tatkal Scheme for Regular/Private (Once failed) candidates for the SSC Public Examinations to be held in March 2018.
The last date for payment of examination fee by the candidates to the Headmaster concerned with a late fee of Rs. 1,000 has been extended till January 20, 2018. “This the final chance for remittance of SSC examination fee. The due dates will not be extended later under any conditions for any reasons beyond the above dates,” the Director said in a press release today.
Further, it has been educated that the competitors who are enrolled for the SSC Public Examinations, March 2018 are distant from everyone else qualified to show up for the progressed supplementary examinations to be held in May/June 2018. Thusly private once fizzled applicants and general stream hopefuls who want to show up for the SSC Public Examinations have been requested to use this last open door.
SSC CGL Tier 1 result 2017: Cut off marks lowered
The Commission has released the revised result for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam 2017. After repeatedly postponing the Tier 2 exam, SSC has come up with a fresh result list for the Tier 1 exam. With lower cut off marks this year (close to 4 or 5 marks per category), 39434 more students have made it to the Tier 2 exam list. The full list of students is available at the official website of SSC at ssc.nic.in.
A statement read, ‘however, it was discovered that due to a technical glitch, a few tentative Answer Keys had not been revised. The Commission, therefore, undertook a comprehensive review. Based on the comprehensive review undertaken by the Commission, there has been a lowering in the cut off marks which has resulted in the revision of the result.’ While 14515 candidates have made it to the Tier 2 exam for JSO post, 21946 candidates have been selected for the AAO post tier 2 exam after the revision.
74604 candidates in OBC category have made it to the tier 2 exam with the minimum cut off being 110 marks for the category. The cut off marks for general category is 126.5 and 55387 candidates have qualified. Admit cards for the forthcoming exam will be released 10 days before the exam date. ‘The Admission Certificate of the qualified candidates will be uploaded on the websites of the respective Regional Offices approximately 10 days before the conduct of the Tier-II/III Exams.
In any case, the hopefuls who can’t download their Admit Cards may contact the concerned Regional Offices no less than 7 days before the initiation of the examination. The duty of guaranteeing the download of the Admit Cards is exclusively of the applicants.’