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WBSSC Group D Final Results Declared: Check Now!

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West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC)has published the final results for WBSSC Group D exams on the official website. The final waiting list of the candidates who appeared for the WBSSC Group D recruitment.

The results and the waiting list can be procured on the official website of the commission. The examination was held on February 19, 2017. WBSSC Group D Third Regional level Selection Test 2016 was conducted as part of the recruitment process for the non-teaching staff. These posts are available in the state government aided and sponsored secondary and higher secondary schools.

The count of final vacancies will be published on the official website by the WBSSC on November 7, 2017. The programme of counseling and the complete list of the posts will be communicated later through a notification.

WBSSC Group D Final Results Declared: Check Now!

The official notification for the WBSSC Group D results read, "This is notified for information of all concerned that final panel in respect of selected candidates as well as final waiting list towards recruitment of Non-Teaching Staff (Group-D) in State Govt. aided/sponsored Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools are hereby published today, the 6th November 2017."

The results of the written test for the West Bengal Group D posts was released West Bengal Group D Recruitment Board, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms in the month of September. The exam was held on May 20, 2017.

How to Check the NCERT CEE 2017 results?

  • Visit the official website of West Bengal SSC- westbengalssc.com
  • Click on the link which says View Final Result inc/w under 3rd RLST, 2016 (Group -D Staff)
  • Enter your details - 14 digit Roll Number and your Date of Birth
  • Submit these details
  • Check the results
  • download and take a print out for future use.

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