SSC CHSL Result 2019 Tier 1 Declared: What To Do After SSC CHSL Result

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 2018 result. According to the lates official notice released by the Commission, SSC CHSL result 2018 was released at 7 PM on September 12, 2019. The result will be declared for Paper I.

Candidates who have appeared for the written examination from July 2 to 11, 2019, should visit the official website of SSC to check their result online. The Commission has released the final answer key on July 23. Around 13.17 lakh candidates have appeared for the examination out of 29 lakh candidates had registered for the examination.


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SSC CHSL Result Tier 1 2019

SSC CHSL Result: How To Check?

  • Visit the official site of SSC website -
  • Go to the ''Result'' tab on the homepage.
  • Click on the respective regional website
  • Find the SSC CHSL result link.
  • Enter the roll number/registration ID or candidate name
  • Enter the date of birth
  • Submit the details to access the SSC CHSL result.

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What After SSC CHSL result 2019

Candidates who have qualified in Tier-I written examination are eligible for the Tier-II, which is a descriptive paper in English/Hindi. Tier-III will have the Skill Test/Computer Proficiency Test. The admit card for the examination will be released soon on the official website.

The SSC has released the recruitment notification of CHSL for a total of 5789 posts. The SSC conducts CHSL to shortlist the candidates for various posts such as Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators. The selected candidates will be placed at various Ministries/ Departments/ Offices of the Government of India.

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