SSC CHSL Result 2017, LDC, DEO (10+2) Tier 1 Cut Off Marks/Merit List @

By | September 6, 2017

SSC CHSL Result 2017 along with SSC LDC, DEO (10+2) Tier 1 Results, Cut Off Marks and Merit List is uploaded at

Every Year, Staff Selection Commission conducts the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) in two-phase like Tier I and Tier II. After the completion of the test, the higher authority uploads mark sheet on the official website. However, applicants will search result through the Google but for providing the accurate details, our team is come up with this fresh article. Today we are going to provide the useful information about SSC CHSL LDC DEO (10+2) Result 2017


There are many days passed since the commencement of SSC CHSL Exam 2017 that is why applicants are too much tensed concerning their result. Dear viewers, don’t worry about your SSC CHSL 2017 Result, as we get further information about the scorecard from the center about the then same will be updated here.

Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) is a two-stage written the competitive examination. Board conducts this exam for the selection of talented nominees for various empty posts such as Lower Division Clerk and Data Entry Operator(in a various government department) as well postal assistant and sorting assistant(in the Indian Post Office).

Check: SSC LDC Salary

SSC CHSL Result 2017

 Name of the Department   Staff Selection Commission
 Exam Name  Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL)
 Total Posts  6578 Posts
 Post Name  LDC DEO & Other
 Tier I Exam Date  07/01/2017 to 05/02/2017
 Tier I Results Status  01.06.2017 (Released)
 CHSL Tier II Exam Date  09/07/2017
 10+2 Tier II Result Status   Will be updated shortly

SSC CHSL Tier I Result 2017

A huge number of unemployed as well as employed nominees takes part in CHSL Exam is because everyone wants to do the government job. Nominees will able to download SSC LDC DEO Result 2017 from the official website but in order to show the data on display, all of you must have to insert the data in empty text boxes. If you forgot the Registration ID or Roll Number then its options are available below the text boxes.

Online Registration for SSC CHSL Recruitment 2017 was started on the 08th October 2016 and closed on 11th November 2017. From the closing date to today, around nine months have been passed and still, the recruitment process is ongoing. Contenders have quite got bored but there are no further options instead of waiting for the result.

SSC CHSL Tier II Result 2017

We actually know the status of your result as well as your selection status. So in order to know such details, kindly check out the SSC 10+2 Tier II 2017 Results before the links get removed from the web portal.

According to SSC Officials, Descriptive Type Paper (Tier II) exam result will be uploaded on 25th October 2017. Board may do changes in the date of result declaration as per their convenience. Nominees are hereby informed to keep Registration ID or Roll Number on hand to check the SSC 10+2 CHSL Cut Off, Merit List and Result.

SSC CHSL Expected Cut Off Marks 2017

Category Names LDC DEO
General (GEN) 126 130
Other Backward Class (OBC) 116 121
Scheduled Castes (SC) 105 107
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 105 107
Visually Handicapped (VH) 91 98
Hearing Handicapped (OH) 90 96
Ex-Serviceman (EXS) 86 78
Hearing Handicapped (HH) 77 74
NOTE: Here, we will upload more information about it.

Steps to check SSC CHSL 10+2 Result 2017 for Tier I & Tier II Exam

  • First of all, visit the official website of the department.
  • Now find out the region-wise website link and choose as per your convenience.
  • Enter the Registration Number and DOB.
  • Press SUBMIT button.
  • Wait while opening the data file/PDF file.
  • Save & Print the PDF for future use.

 SSC LDC DEO Result 2017 Useful Links:

Download: SSC CHSL 2017 Tier I Result

Download: SSC CHSL 2017 Tier II Result

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