SSC CGL 2017-19 Final Result Date: #ReleaseCGL17Result Trends on Twitter As SSC Fails To Declare CGLE-17 Results After 2.5 Years

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New Delhi, September 17: It has been almost two and a half years since the notification for the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Combined Graduate Level Exam (CGLE) was released, but the final result is yet to be declared. The Tier – IV of the exam was conducted in July 2019, and the candidates are still waiting for the final SSC CGL-17 result. As the SSC released the Tier-I result of CGL-18, #ReleaseCGL17Result has started trending on Twitter. According to media reports, the SSC CGL 2017-19 result is tentatively scheduled to be declared on November 2019. SSC CGL 2017-19 Final Result Date: CGLE Final Scores to be Tentatively Declared in November, Angry Aspirants Takes to Twitter Over Delay in Exam Result.

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Earlier, the SSC clarified that owing to the CGL 2017 result becoming “sub-judice” immediately after concluding the Tier II exam in February 2018, the selection process has been delayed. The notification for CGLE-17 was released in May 2017. The Tier-I examination was conducted in August 2017. Meanwhile, Tier-II which was scheduled in November, took place in February-March 2018. Tier-III was held in July 2018. SSC CGL Tier 1 Result 2018–19 Declared: Staff Selection Commission Releases Scorecard Online at ssc.nic.in, What’s Next?

SSC had conducted the CGLE Document verification and skill test for the eligible candidates from June 16 to July 31, 2019. According to the commission, the evaluation of the Skill Test (CPT and DEST) takes at least 3-4 months.

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Here are some of the Tweets:

Retired Indian Army officer Maj Gen Harsha Kakar said, “No result is atrocious at any standard.”

One of the candidates urged the government to release the result.

Twitter user Garima Singh asked the authorities not to harass the candidates anymore.

Another candidate, Rupam Patel who had given the exam, said that the government is mocking the candidates.

The Supreme Court through its interim order in 2018 had placed a temporary ban to the commission from declaring the results. In May this year, the top court reversed its earlier order of placing a temporary ban on declaring the final result of CGL-17. After that, candidates who cleared the Tier-III exam were called for the skill test in June 2019.