SSC CGL tier-II LIVE updates 2020: A total of 1,53,621 candidates cleared the exam successfully and will be appearing for the tier-II exam. Because of the pandemic, candidates were asked to wear their masks monetarily and bring their own sanitisers
SSC CGL tier-II LIVE updates: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will hold the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) tier-II exam starting today. The recruitment exams will conclude on November 18. Those who clear the exam will be called for a skill test and document verification. Finally selected candidates will be hired at group B and group C level posts in various government ministries and departments.
A total of 9,78,103 candidates appeared for the tier-I exam held in March. A total of 1,53,621 candidates cleared the exam successfully and will be appearing for the tier-II exam. The tier-II exam was scheduled to be held in October but was postponed due to the pandemic. The exam will be held online.
Because of the pandemic, candidates were asked to wear their masks monetarily and bring their own sanitisers. Further social distancing was to followed at the exam centers. The recruitment is for 8,582 vacant posts.
SSC CGL tier-II LIVE Updates 2019-20: Exam analysis to expected cut-off, check latest updates
The slot one of the cgl tier 2 concluded. In the slot one, the candidates appeared for the quant section, and as per them, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate.
The level of today’s question paper was very similar to the 2018 Tier 2 exam. The difficulty level of the questions asked ranged from easy to moderate, said students.
SSC CGL tier-II LIVE updates: About 1.5 lakh students to appear for exam (Express Photo by Praveen Khanna/Representational)
SSC CGL tier-II LIVE updates 2019-20: A total of 8,582 vacant posts will be filled through this ongoing recruitment drive. The major vacancies are with the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Custom (CBIC) which counts 2,159. The candidates who will qualify the tier 2 exam will appear for tier 3 which will be held in pen-and-paper mode.
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