A good news for all those candidates who had appeared for SSC CHSL 2015 written examination. The latest update that we have is The Staff Selection Commission will be announcing the Combine Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 2015 written examination results today, July 22.
SSC CHSL 2015 results expected today(22nd July) at ssc.nic.in
All those individuals who had applied and appeared for the examination will be able to check their result on the official site once the results released.
For the convenience of students, we have shared the official site link below along with the procedure to check your result in the most simple way.
The data that we have suggests, after the notification was released for the Lower Division Clerk (LDC), Data Entry Operator (DEO), and Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant (PA/SA), a large number candidates applied and appeared for the exam.
Now, you can check your result will be released very shortly.
As per reports, this year, 20 lakh candidates appeared for the examination at various centres across India.
The Staff Selection Commission conducted the examination on November 1 and 15, and December 6 and 22.
Lower Division Clerk (LDC): 2,049
Data Entry Operator (DEO): 1,006
Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant (PA/SA): 3523
In the meantime, The Staff Selection Commission has released the answer keys of the written test in May.
All those individuals who will clear the written examination will be called for a skill test/typing test.
Those who qualify in the skill test/typing test will be recommended for appointment by the SSC on the basis of their performance in the written examination.
Moreover, the candidates will be selected by the respective department on the basis of merit position and the option exercised by them.
Steps to check SSC CHSL 2015 results
- Go to the official website of SSC, ssc.nic.in
- Look for the link for ‘CHSL Results 2015‘ and click on it.
- Enter your details and your result will be flashed on your screen.
- Take a printout of the same for future reference.
The Staff Selection Commission works under the central government that conducts recruitment of Group B non-gazetted and Group C non-technical vacancies in the country.