SSC Selection Post Phase-VI 2018 Result Analysis: Check the Cut-Off (10th, 12th, Graduation & Above)

SSC has declared the result of Computer Based Examination for Matriculation level, Higher Secondary Level, Graduation & above Level posts under Selection Post Phase-VI 2018 Examination held from 16th January 2019 to 18th January 2019 at various centres all over the country. So let’s have a look at the SSC Selection Post Phase-VI 2018 Result Analysis:

SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 Result Analysis

For qualifying SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 Examination, candidates were required to score minimum marks as per details given below:

Minimum Qualifying Marks for SSC Selection Post Phase VI 2018 Online Exam

Category

Minimum Marks

General

35%

OBC

30%

Other Categories

25%

Total 15367 candidates (4784-Matriculation Level, 2093-Higher Secondary Level and 8490-Graduation & above level) candidates have been shortlisted for the next stage of scrutiny based on the score and merit of candidates in the Computer Based Examination, in the following ratio:

  • 1:20 for vacancies up to 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates).
  • 1:10 subject to minimum 100 for vacancies more than 5 (subject to the availability of suitable candidates).

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SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 (Matriculation Level) Result Analysis and Cut-Off Marks

As per the cut-off fixed by the Commission, below number of Candidates are shortlisted under Matriculation Level Posts for which the exam was conducted from 16th to 18th January 2019:

SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 (Matriculation) Result Analysis

Matriculation Level

Number of Candidates

Number of Applicants

210601

Number of Candidates Appeared

55594

Number of Candidates Shortlisted

4784

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SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 (Higher Secondary Level) Result Analysis and Cut-Off Marks

As per the cut-off fixed by the Commission, below number of Candidates are shortlisted under Higher Secondary Level Posts for which the exam was conducted from 17th to 18th January 2019:

SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 (Higher Secondary) Result Analysis

Higher Secondary Level

Number of Candidates

Number of Applicants

74462

Number of Candidates Appeared

17554

Number of Candidates Shortlisted

2093

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SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 (Graduation & Above Level) Result Analysis and Cut-Off Marks

As per the cut-off fixed by the Commission, below number of Candidates are shortlisted under Graduation & Above Level Posts for which the exam was conducted from 17th to 18th January 2019:

SSC Selection Posts Phase-VI 2018 (Graduation & Above) Result Analysis

Graduation & Above Level Level

Number of Candidates

Number of Applicants

152079

Number of Candidates Appeared

32242

Number of Candidates Shortlisted

8490

Document Verification

The candidates who are shortlisted for next stage of scrutiny are required to submit a copy of all the supporting Documents in respect of Educational Qualification (EQ), Experience, Category, Age, Age-relaxation, etc. (as applicable) in hard copy along with the print out of their online application form to the respective Regional /Sub-Regional Office(s) to which the Post-Category belongs, within 3 (three) weeks i.e. upto 14th June 2019 by SPEED POST ONLY. The candidates should clearly mention the “Matriculation level”/ “Higher Secondary level”/ “Graduation & above Level” and “Post-Category No.” on the TOP of the Envelope while sending the documents to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) by Speed Post.

Skill Test

Skill Test, wherever prescribed for any category of post(s) will be conducted from amongst the shortlisted candidates whose hard copies of documents are received and found in order at Scrutiny stage, by the Regional Office (s) of the Commission. Due intimation in advance will be given by the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional Offices to the candidates through their websites. There will be no Interview process for the SSC Junior Level Posts as per Government Guidelines.

Resolution of Tie Cases

In the event of tie in scores of candidates in the Computer Based Examination, such cases have been resolved by applying following criteria, one after another, till the tie is resolved:

i. Total marks in Computer Based Examination.

ii. Marks in Part-A of Computer Based Examination.

iii. Marks in Part-B of Computer Based Examination.

iv. Date of Birth, with older candidates placed higher.

v. Alphabetical order of names (starting with first name)

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