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SSC CGL 2014 Result for Tier-I

SSC CGL (Tier-1) examination was held on 19th and 26th October and also November 16th of 2014. It was conducted at various centers across the country, and re-examinations where held on January 2015. Now the declaration of the SSC CGL Tier-1 2014 is done by the Staff Selection Commission. The candidates can get category wise details from the official website. The latest and updated news and information can also be obtained from the official websites.

LATEST NEWS:- The SSC CGL 2014 Result for Tier-I Result has been Declared

After the long lasting waiting period the results of Combined Graduate Level (Tier-1) by SSC is now declared on March 5th. The list and other information based on category is now available on the SSC website, and all the candidates are now keenly searching for their names. From the download links you can download the results and needed information.

SSC-CGL-2014-Result

As of the recent updates, candidates can get then list of total candidates selected from the exam and also number of candidates who have opted for Statistical Investigator/compiler and other openings. The candidates who are all appeared for the exams were waiting for the positive results, as they all are really wishing to get selected for the Central government openings and now the time has come up. The candidates selected for appearing the Tier-II exams are really excited and they need to be updated with the latest news of Staff Selection Commission processes. The best thing is, all the members got selected for Tier-II exam will be getting enough time for the preparation for next examination. The only thing they have to do is to follow this website for the latest updates.

For More Information Please Visit:- http://ssc.nic.in/results/home.html

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