SSC CGL Cutoff 2016

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SSC CGL Cutoff SSC CGL Cutoff 2016–  The cutoff of SSC CGL Tier 2 has been released by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on February 28, 2017. Based on the SSC CGL cutoff 2016 as per category, candidates have been declared qualified in the Tier 2 exam. As per the notification released by SSC, there is no sectional cutoff in SSC CGL 2016 exam. The SSC CGL Tier II Cutoff has been calculated based on the marks of Paper-I (Quantitative Ability) and Paper-II (English Language and Comprehension). The Cutoff score for the post of Statistical Investigator and Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) has been decided considering the marks obtained in Paper-III and IV.

 

The Tier 2 exam of SSC CGL was conducted from November 30 to December 2, 2017. However, the re-examination was conducted held on January 12 and 13, 2017 following some anomalies and malpractices. Candidates who had appeared in the Tier 2 exam can check below the SSC CGL cutoff 2016.

Latest: SSC CGL Tier II marks of candidates – Check Here 

SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 (Tier 2) 

List I: Candidates qualified for the Tier III (Assistant Audit Officer)

S.No. Category Cutoff Tier I + Tier II (Paper I + II + IV) Available Candidates
1. SC 454.00 707
2. ST 427.00 333
3. OBC 493.75 1775
4. OH 411.00 78
5. HH 264.00 74
6. UR 536.00 1829*
TOTAL 4796

 
List II: Candidates qualified for Tier-III/CPT for Assistant Section Officer in CSS and Assistant in MEA

S.No. Category Cutoff Tier I + Tier II (Paper I + II) Available Candidates
1. SC 389.00 2162
2. ST 370.00 1033
3. OBC 424.50 5630
4. OH 366.50 156
5. HH 262.00 151
6. VH 364.50 48
7. UR 449.00 5850*
TOTAL   15030

 
List -III: Candidates qualified for Tier – III for Junior Statistical Officer (Grade -II)

S.No. Category Cutoff Tier I + Tier II (Paper I + II + III) Available Candidates
1. SC 423.00 190
2. ST 397.00 89
3. OBC 471.00 495
4. OH 364.00 13
5. HH 230.25 13
6. VH 267.50 12
7. UR 502.00 442*
TOTAL 1254

 
List – IV: Candidates qualified for Tier – III/DEST for all posts (except AAO, ASO/Assistant (in MEA and CSS) and Junior Statistical Officer (Grade – II)

S.No. Category Cutoff Tier I + Tier II (Paper I + II + III) Available Candidates
1. SC 363.25 4715
2. ST 341.00 2139
3. OBC 397.00 12604
4. Ex.S 287.50 1427
5. OH 333.00 415
6. HH 216.00 312
7. VH 336.00 89
8. UR 422.00 13388*
Total 35089

Availability of SSC CGL Cutoff 2016

The Commission has declared the Cutoff of Tier II exam along with the announcement of result. The cutoff score has been made available as per category for Paper-I, II, III and IV. Candidates in the below table can check the dates for declaration of SSC CGL Cutoff.  

Important Dates related to SSC CGL Cut off 2016

Events Dates
Conduct of SSC CGL Tier II Exam Nov 30 to Dec 2, 2016 and Jan 12 & 13, 2017 (re-exam)
Declaration of SSC CGL Tier 2 Cut off February 28, 2017
Conduct of CGL Tier III March 5, 2017
Conduct of SSC CGL Tier IV exam March/April, 2017
Declaration of SSC CGL Final Cut off April, 2017
Conduct of CGL Tier 1 Exam Aug 27 to Sept 11, 2016
Declaration of SSC CGL Tier 1 Cut off Nov 8, 2016

What is SSC CGL Cutoff 2016?

To be considered for any level of SSC CGL 2016 recruitment process, the candidates need to score minimum marks as decided the Commission. Candidates need to qualify in all the Tier by securing separate Cutoff score. However as per the new guideline, there will be no sectional cut-off.

Procedure for declaring the SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 

  • SSC CGL 2016 Cutoff for Tier 1 is the basis of shortlisting of the candidates for next level – Tier 2
  • Candidates qualifying the Tier-II by securing the desired Cutoff will be considered for Tier 3.
  • After the Written Examination and the Data Entry Skill Test/Computer Proficiency Test/Document verification wherever applicable, the Commission will draw up the All India Merit List for each category of post.
  • As many candidates as are found by the Commission to have qualified in the Examination shall be recommended for appointment for each category of post up to the number of vacancies available, taking into consideration option for the posts.
  • The Commission will recommend the candidates in the Merit List on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination and preference exercised by the candidates in the Application Form for different Posts.
  • Once the candidate has been given his/her first available preference, as per his/her merit, he/she will not be considered for any other options. 
  • SC, ST, OBC and PH candidates, who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards, along with candidates belonging to other communities, will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies.
  • Such SC, ST, OBC and PH candidates will be accommodated against the general/unreserved vacancies in the post as per their position in the overall Merit List or vacancies earmarked for their category, whichever is advantageous to them.

Factors determining the SSC CGL Cutoff 2016

  • Number of candidates appeared
  • Number of positions available
  • Performance of the candidates in the exam
  • Level of Difficulty

SSC CGL Cut off 2016- Ways to declare

Staff Selection Commission issued three cut off in the following ways –

  • All Interview Posts
  • Statistical Investigator/Compiler and
  • All non-interview posts

SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 – Tier II

SSC CGL Tier II Cutoff 2016 has been declared in the form of marks secured in Paper-I and II out of 400. While, the Cutoff of SSC CGL for the post of Statistical Investigator and Assistant Audit Officer has been decided on the basis of total marks of 200 each. As per the exam analysis of SSC CGL Tier II exam, the difficulty level of the paper was easy, therefore, there are every chances of Cutoff score going high. A total of 1,49,319 candidates had appeared in the Tier II exam of SSC CGL. According to the result analysis, 75,792 had qualified the Paper-I and II while 28,234 for Junior Statistical Officer (Grade-II)/Compiler had qualified for Paper-III. However, for paper-IV 45,293 for Assistant Audit Officer in CAG had qualified.

SSC CGL 2016 Tier II exam comprised of four papers and each paper- Paper-I (Quantitative Ability), Paper-II (English Language & Comprehension), paper III (Statistics) and paper IV (Finance & Accounts and Economics & Governance ). Out of these four papers, Paper-I and II was compulsory for all candidates while Paper-III and IV were for only those candidates who have applied for the post of Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) in Comptroller and auditor general (CAG).

Expected Cutoff of Tier 2

Category Cut off Marks
General 300-320
OBC 280-300
SC 270-290
ST 260-275

Expected Cutoff of Tier 1 and 2

Category Cut off Marks
General 440-460
OBC 420-440
SC 390-370
ST 360-380

Overall Analysis of SSC CGL Exam

Section name No. of Question Total Marks Level of Difficulty Number of Good Attempts
Reasoning 25 50 Easy 20-22
General Awareness 25 50 Easy to Moderate 13-16
Quantitative Aptitude 25 50 Easy 18-20
English Language 25 50 Easy to Moderate 18-20
Overall 100 200 Easy 69-88

SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 – Tier I

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the Cutoff of Combined Graduate Level Examination (Tier-I) on November 8, 2016. The SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 has been released as per different categories. The Category-wise Cutoff of SSC CGL Tier –I has been provided here on this page. Candidates who have secured the Cutoff of SSC CGL as decided by the Commission have been declared qualified in the Tier-I exam. The SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 for general candidates is 137, OBC candidates is 125.50, SC candidates is 114 and ST category candidates is 103.

Official Tier I SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 

Category Cut off Marks
General 137
OBC 125.5
SC 114
ST 103
EX.S 92
OH 97
HH 20
VH  68

 Expected Cutoff of SSC CGL Tier 1 2016

Category Cutoff
General 108-113
OBC 98-103
SC 88-93
ST 82-87

Important points related to SSC CGL 2016

  • Tier-II Cut off is the minimum marks, candidates need to score in the CGL Tier II Exam. 
  • The Tier-II Cutoff will be released officially by SSC.  
  • The Cutoff will be less when the Question Papers of Difficult and it will surge when the level of Difficulty is less.
  • The SSC CGL Cutoff 2016 will be depend on number of vacancies. More the number of vacancies, lower will be the Cutoff.
  • There has been substantial increase in the Cut offs over the Last few years and with every increasing year, Cut offs tend to go higher, which means Competition is growing day by day. 

Glimpse of Previous Year SSC CGL Cutoff (Tier-I)

The SSC CGL Cutoff of Tier-I of last 5 years have been provided here for the candidates below:

SSC CGL Cut off Marks 2015 – Tier I

S.No Category Cut off
1. General 102.25
2. OBC 89.50
3. SC 80.25
4. ST 74.25

SSC CGL Cut off Marks 2014 – Tier I

S.No Category Cut off
1. General 96.50
2. OBC 82
3. SC 77
4. ST 69.50

SSC CGL Cut off Marks Re-exam 2013 for Tier I

S.No Category Cut off
1. General 102
2. OBC 85
3. SC 77
4. ST 69

SSC CGL Cut off Marks 2013 for Tier I

S.No Category Cut off
1. General 96
2. OBC 81.50
3. SC 75.25
4. ST 70.25

SSC CGL Tier I Cut off Marks 2012

S.No Category Cut off
1. General 82
2. OBC 70
3. SC 64
4. ST 62

SSC CGL Tier I Cut off Marks 2011

S.No Category Cut off
1. General 86.75
2. OBC 70.25
3. SC 63.5
4. ST 63.25

Glimpse of Previous Year SSC CGL Cutoff (Tier-II)

The SSC CGL Cutoff of Tier-II has been provided below in the table:

Year wise Tier-II Cutoff  Status
SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2015 Check Here
SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2014 Check Here
SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2013 Check Here
SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2012 Check Here
SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2011 Check Here

Resolution of Tie Cases under SSC CGL Result 2016

Tie cases will be resolved by applying one after another, as applicable till the Tie is resolved.

  • (i) Total marks in the written examination
  • (ii) Total marks of Tier-II Examination.
  • (iii) Total marks in Tier-I Examination.
  • (iv) Date of Birth, with older candidate placed higher.
  • (v) Alphabetical order in which the first names of the candidates appear.

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