SSC CHSL Result 2016-17 PA SA LDC DEO (10+2) Tier 1-2-3 result – Check Merit list cutoff mark

SSC CHSL Result 2016-17 LDC DEO (10+2) Tier 1-2-3 result – This news could be a life changing factor for you. Because in this page we are going to update the result of Staff Selection Commission’s Combined Higher Secondary Level result. This SSC CHSL result includes all posts i.e DEO, LDC, Court Clerk and Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants. Staff Selection Commission has announced that they are going to organize SSC CHSL Tier 1 exam on 7th January to 5th February in 2017 on their SSC CHSL recruitment advertisement. They also notified on their official website that students can expect the result of Tier I computer based written exam is tentatively going to roll out in two months from the date of examination which roughly stand about in March/April 2017 and other two screening steps will follow accordingly. If you are one of the candidates, who has been waiting eagerly for the result of Tier 1 Tier 2 and Final SSC CHSL 2016-2017 result, you are on the right page. We will update this page with the latest SSC CHSL (10+2) result as soon as it goes lives on ssc’s official website at 

Update as on 30/08/2017SSC CHSL Tier II Result for 2016-17 batch will be declared on 25 Oct 2017.

Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam and Result pattern 2016-2017:

SSC is going to select candidates for DEO, LDC and other posts after making them go through in three different screening processes. And for the same they are going to conduct Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) exam in three different Tiers, namely Tire I ( Computer Based Examination), Tire II (Descriptive Paper) and Tier-III (Typing Test/Skill Test). And after this, they will publish the final SSC CHSL 2016-2017 Result of successful candidates. 

SSC CHSL Result 2016-2017 – Important Dates/Updates/Status

Events Dates/ Updates/Status
Computer based written exam (Tier I)

January 7 to February 5, 2017

Declaration of Result (Tier I) End of March or Early April 2017
Examination of Tier-II (Descriptive Paper) April 9, 2017
 Descriptive Paper Exam (Tier II) result declaration May/June 2017
Tentative date of Tier III  SSC CHSK Test/Skill Test  Will be notified later
Final Result Declaration Tentatively about August 2017

SSC CHSL Result 2016-17 Tier I:

The selection process of SSC CHSL is like one step at a time. Candidates, who will successfully clear the Tier I exam which is going to be conducted on 07.01.2017 to 05.02.2017 will be qualified for Tier II exam and candidates have to appear on that Descriptive Paper on 09.04.2017. After the Tier 1 exam, we will right away publish the SSC CHSL Tier 1 successful candidate list on this page tentatively between end of March to early April 2017. 

Result of Tier I SSC CHSL would be based on cumulative total of theComputer Based Examination (Objective type)SSC CHSL Tier 1 Result and Important dates:

  • Name of the Posts: Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, LDC, DEO and Court Clerks
    Total No. of Vacancies: 3281, 1321, 506 and 26 respectively
    Exam Name : Computer Based Examination (Tier I)
    Exam Date : 07.01.2017 to 05.02.2017
    Declaration of Result : March/April 2017 

Check SSC CHSL Tier 1 Result – Link will be activated upon result is declared
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Result


Check SSC CHSL Tier I Re-Exam Marks (Will be updated here when it is announced)

SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Examination, 2016-2017 (Re-exam) – Marks of the candidates Check Here ( Link will be updated upon declaration)
SSC Combined higher secondary level (10+2) examination, 2016-2017 (Re-exam)- List of candidates whose OMR sheets has not been evaluated previously due to various resons Check Here ( link will be updated upon result declaration

SSC CHSL Result 2016-17 Tier II:

This stage of screening process is introduced lately by the commission to assess the writing ability and skill of the candidates which is one of the basic necessity of Government jobs. SCC CHSL tier II exam is based on descriptive paper of 100 marks in “Pen and Paper’ mode. The total duration of the exam would be 1 hour and candidates must secure at least 33% percent marks to get qualified. Tier-II (Descriptive Paper) is going to be conducted on 09.04.2017. The result of this paper is going to roll out tentatively in May/June 2017. The performance in Tier II examination would be included for preparing merit and qualified candidates will be eligible to appear in Tier III exam.

SSC CHSL Tier II Result and Important dates:

Name of the Posts Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, LDC, DEO and Court Clerks
Exam Name  (Descriptive Paper) Tier-II 
Total No. of Qualified candidates for descriptive test Not yet announced 
Exam Date 09.04.2017
Declaration of Result May/June 2017

Check SSC CHSL Tier II Result – Link will be activated upon result is declared

SSC CHSL Tier 2 Result

NEW JobCheck SSC CHSL Tier II Re-Exam Marks (Will be updated here when it is announced)

SSC CHSL Result 2016-17 Tier III:

This final screening process is qualifying in nature consisting Skill test/ Typing test. Candidates will be eligible to appear in this test upon successfully clearing or securing minimum qualification marks in Tire I ( Computer Based Examination) and Tire II (Descriptive Paper). Though the final selection of the candidates and merit would be finalized by the Staff Selection Commission on the basis of total marks/score obtained in Tier I and Tier II. So it is extremely crucial for the candidates to perform really well in all stages to finally get selected and get the job.

SSC CHSL Tier III Result and Important dates:

Name of the Posts Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant, LDC, DEO and Court Clerks
Exam Name  Tier-III Examination
Total No. of Qualified candidates for descriptive test Not yet announced 
Exam Date To be notified later
Declaration of Result August 2017

Check SSC CHSL Tier III Result – Link will be activated upon result is declared

SSC CHSL Tier 2 Result

How to check the SSC CHSL Result 2016?

As we said before, candidates can check all upcoming news or announcement related to result here on this page. But candidates can check the result of SSC CHSL 2016-2017 from the official website of SSC at Here is a detail step by step guide one can follow to check result:

  • Step 1: First of all, head over to the official website of
  • Step 2: On the home page click on the ‘Result‘ tab at the header menu.
  • Step 3: A pop-up window will appear containing different tabs such as CGL, CHSL, STENO C & D, JE JHT etc. Select ‘CHSL‘.
    How to check SSC CHSL Result 2016
  • Step 4: You would see there are 3 different columns on the right side. Click on the “click here under result column” and a PDF will open in next tab containing successful candidates list.
  • Step 5: As there would be thousands of names on the list. The easiest way to find your name on the list is to press “CTRL+F” key bottom on your keyboard and a search box will appear on the right top corner of the page if you are using chrome browser and on the down left if you are using Firefox. 
  • Step 6: Now type your “Name or Roll Noin the box and press enter. It will automatically locate your name of Roll number on the list. If you can’t find your name on the list, I am extremely sorry to say, you are not selected.

Expected Cut off of SSC CHSL 2016-2017 LDC DEO PA SA (10+2) Examination:

Cut off mark is the minimum threshold mark which one needs to secure in order to get provisionally qualified for the further level test. In this case, typing test for Lower divisional clerk (LDC) and skill test for Data Entry Operator (DEO). The Commosion separately publishes the cutoff mark of SSC CHSL for different categories such as UR, SC, ST, OBC, PH etc. Cutoff mark varies every year because it depends on varies factors; Average performance of the candidates, Marks scored by the candidates, Difficulty level of the exam, Marking methods, Cut off pattern etc. The expected cut offs of SSC CHSL LDC DEO PA SA (10+2) 2016-2017 are as follows:

Expected Cutoff of SSC CHSL LDC 2016

Cetegory Cutoff Mark


OBC 120-143
SC 110-131
ST 102-111
VH 99-112
OH 96-106
HH 77-99
EX-S 79-97

Expected Cutoff of SSC CHSL DEO 2016:

Cetegory Cutoff Mark


OBC 117-139
SC 108-136
ST 100-111
VH 97-110
OH 94-106
HH 74-99
EX-S 77-97

SSC CHSL LDC DEO PA SA 2016-2017 Merit List:

SSC CHSL merit list would be the main list from which appeared candidates will know their position amount all other aspirants. Getting their name at the higher side of the merit list would be the main key for the candidates to secure a job as an LDC, DEO, PA/SA. This final selection list published by the commission would let the candidate know where they stand among all applicants. This list would be in chronological order listing candidates name on top according to their total marks obtain in two Tier exams combined. In simple, candidates, who secure higher marks would be on the higher side of the list increasing their chances of getting selected. Staff Selection Commission will publish the merit list short after conducting the Skill test/ Typing test roughly around in August 2017. Candidates are advised to take all level exam quite seriously because the overall competition is going to be quite tough this year. Expected over 3 millions candidates are going to take this exam this year. So, if you are one of the aspirants waiting for the SSC CHSL result and merit list, bookmark this page for reference. Because we are going to publish the final merit list of SSC CHSL LDC DEO PA SA 2016-2017 here as soon as commission publish the list.

SSC CCHSL Final selection procedure: 

Commission has clearly stated in their recruitment advertisement notification that Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their combined perforation in both levels that is Computer based Written Examination (Tier-I) and Descriptive Examination (Tier-II). And after successfully clearing the Skill test/Typing test (Tier -III), they will be appointed and allocated to different Govt. departments according to their performance and merit position after considering the option opted by them in ‘preference’ at the time of filling up the application form. In other words, Candidates have to appear in an all India Computer based Written Examination (Tier-I). Upon successfully clearing this level they will be qualified for Descriptive Examination (Tier-II). According to the previous year statistic, about 60,000 candidates got selected for this level whereas over 3 millions/30,00,000 candidates took the initial Tier -I test. If they get called for third level Skill test/Typing test (Tier -III), they need to make sure to go pass this level as well to finally able to stand a chance in the merit list entry. The Commision will finally short list candidates according to the overall performance in all exam and merit list standing. 

SC, ST, OBC, and PH and OH/VH/HH will have different merit list respectively and will be selected according to the reserved vacancies for each category individually. 

Important note: Candidates must possess required documents to verify the data they have submitted at the time of application before the skill test. Selection procedure will play a crucial role and if the commission is not satisfied with the data provided by the applicant, they hold the exclusive right to cancel any application. Their judgment is final.  

SSC CHSL exam Standings and Statistics 

SSC CHSL EXAM is one of the most anticipated and awaited recruitment notification of the nation. There are thousands of aspirants each year appear for this exam. Staff Selection Commission has divided this exam into three parts to short list candidates. Here is a brief overview of the examination.

CHSL Facts/Events Standings/Statics
Total Number of Vacancies

3281 (PA/SA), 1321 (LDC), 506 (DEO) and 26 (Court Clerks)

Total number of SSC CHSL Compter Based Written test takers (Tier I) 30,44,455 (In 2015) Yet to be announced For 2016-17
Qualified for Tier-II (Descriptive Paper) 60,975 (In 2015) Yet to be announced for 2016-17
Candidates appeared for Descriptive Paper Exam (Tier II) To be announced later
Qualified for Tier III  SSC CHSL Test/Skill Test  Will be notified later
Final Merit list Declaration Tentatively about August 2017

SSC CHSL Result 2016-2017 – Complete Digest:

Staff selection commission publishes SSC CHSL result of Based Written test takers (Tier I), Tier-II (Descriptive Paper) and Tier III Test/Skill Test separately. On each stage, they calculate the cutoff mark and publishes the merit list of the candidates who successfully clear the level and qualify for the next level. Here is the structure of SSC CHSL result pattern:

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