SSC CGL Tier 1 Cut Off 2022: Expected & Previous Year 2021, 2020 Cutoff

Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Exam 2022 ( SSC CGL )

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Exam On: 1 Dec '22 - 13 Dec '22

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Updated on Dec 3, 2022 12:43 IST

SSC CGL Expected Cutoff 2022: The Tier 1 stage of SSC CGL exam 2022 started on December 1 as per the schedule. The candidates are sharing their feedback regarding the question papers and sharing the questions asked in the Tier 1 exam. As per the candidates' inputs received, the SSC CGL cutoff 2022 is expected to remain low because of the large number of vacancies notified in the exam. 

How to Check SSC CGL Cutoff 2022?

Candidates can check the SSC CGL Tier 1 cutoff 2022 by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Visit the official website of SSC – ssc.nic.in
  • Click on the Result tab
  • Click on the SSC CGL result (Tier-I) link for which cutoff needs to be seen
  • Download and save the SSC CGL cutoff PDF for future reference

Check Here: SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift Timing

The candidates should understand that the SSC CGL Tier 1 cutoff will depend on the following factors. The candidates can get here the SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Analysis. These factors are

  • Difficulty Level of the question paper
  • Number of SSC CGL vacancies in the exam
  • Number of candidates who appeared in the exam

SSC CGL cutoff is inversely proportional to the number of vacancies. Along with the category-wise cutoff, the SSC CGL result pdf will also mention the number of candidates available under each category for the next stage of the exam. The SSC CGL 2022 notification was released online only and all the important information related to the exam is mentioned in the notification. Along with the cutoff, the Commission will also mention the number of candidates available for the next stage of the examination. 

SSC CGL 2022 Expected Cutoff (Tier 1)

The SSC CGL Tier 1 exam was started as per the schedule. SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 exam was of easy to moderate difficulty level. Most candidates were able to solve almost all the questions asked in the paper. It is expected that the cutoff will increase, but the Commission has notified over 20,000 vacancies in the exam. So it is expected that the SSC CGL Tier 1 cutoff 2022 will decrease (in resultant).

The category-wise expected cutoff will be released here after getting the difficulty level of the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam. 

Category Cutoff
SC 120-125
ST 115-120
OBC 141-145
EWS 145-150
UR 148-154
OH 115-120
HH 95-98
PWD Others 50-55

SSC CGL 2020 Final Cutoff

The candidates can see below the cutoff for each post group.

SSC CGL 2020 Final Cutoff for AAO Post Groups

The Commission released the SSC CGL cutoff 2020 for all the post groups separately. The candidates can check here the SSC CGL cutoff 2020 for AAO post.

Category Cut-off Marks
Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II+ Paper-IV) + Tier-III
Candidates Selected
SC 552.80065
37
ST 527.25318 18
OBC 602.68887
67
EWS 619.20236 25
UR 635.65608 103
OH 507.27937 4
HH 361.80025 4
Total 258

SSC CGL Cutoff 2020 for Junior Statistical Officer

The candidates can check here the SSC CGL cutoff 2020 for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO):

Category Cut-off Marks
Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II+ Paper-III) + Tier-III
Candidates Selected
SC 506.30487
59
ST 502.82437
26
OBC 578.87432
92
EWS 581.66883 50
UR 605.73886 174
OH 459.01909
3
HH - -
Total 404

Please refer to the attached SSC CGL cutoff pdf for more details. 

Download Here: SSC CGL 2020 Cutoff (final)

Download and Check the SSC CGL Tier-2 Cutoff for all Posts

The SSC CGL Tier 2 cutoff has been divided into the following categories:

SSC CGL Tier 2 Cutoff 2022

SSC CGL Cutoff 2022 also depends on the difficulty level of the question paper. Though it also depends on the number of candidates appearing in the exam but every year the real competition lies within the same number of candidates irrespective of the number of applications received by the commission. SSC CGL 2022 exam will be conducted in December 2022. 

The candidates need to score equal or more than the cutoff in each stage of SSC CGL exam to get promoted for the next stage of exam. The cutoff for each category will be mentioned in the SSC CGL result pdf.

SSC CGL Cutoff 2022

The SSC CGL Cutoff 2022 will be released with the official result pdf. The same will be updated here after such declaration of result.

Also Read: SSC CGL Job Profiles

SSC CGL Cutoff (Tier 2) 2021

The Commission released the cutoff for each of the post categories. Let us see the SSC CGL Tier 2 Cutoff for AAO post group:

Category

Cutoff

[Tier-I +Tier-II (Paper-I+II+IV)]

Candidates Available

SC 500.97592 424
ST 491.58849 197
OBC 542.10197 921
EWS 532.79619
460
UR 589.31769 500*
OH 460.21014 44
HH 384.80476
30
PWD Others 236.79194 29
Total 2,605

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above 200-EWS, 34-SC, 6-ST, 336-OBC and 4-OH category candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Cutoff (Tier-I) 2021

SSC CGL Tier-I cutoff 2021 has been given for each of the post groups separately.

SSC CGL Tier-I Cutoff for Assistant Audit Officer (AAO)

The following is the SSC CGL Tier-I Cutoff for Assistant Audit Officers (AAO). This is considered the highest post group in terms of salary, perks and service conditions.

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 136.76166  2,062
ST 131.61117  989
OBC 153.36633  3,738
EWS 156.80136  1,513
UR 159.07699  2,162*
OH 124.29269 207
HH 101.81933  150
PWD Others 65.27562  150
Total 10,971

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 116-SC, 40-ST, 1903-OBC, 1158-EWS and 6-OH candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Tier-I Cutoff for Statistical Investigator Gr. II

SSC CGL Cutoff for Statistical Investigator Gr. II has been released for the first time in recent years. The candidates can see here the cutoff for each of the category.

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 75.77920  5,694
ST 62.81674 3,243
OBC 95.11560 10,496
EWS 104.63758 3,544
UR 114.84987 4,026*
OH 47.42084 582
HH 40.00000 199
VH 40.00000 179
PWD Others 40.00000 69
Total 28,032

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 1380-SC, 554-ST, 5754-OBC, 2772-EWS, 62-OH, 14-HH, 27-VH and 01-Others PwD candidates qualifying at UR Cut-off at this stage, have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Tier-I Cutoff for the post for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)

The following is the category-wise cutoff for Junior Statistical Officer in the SSC CGL Tier-I 2021.

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 39.09377 803
ST 125.58731 784
OBC 162.48375 669
EWS 162.48375 490
UR 162.48375 790*
Total 3,536

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 13-SC, 14-ST, 669-OBC and 490-EWS candidates qualifying at UR Cut-off at this stage, have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Tier-I Cutoff for all other posts

It is applicable to the largest number of candidates.

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 94.58598  22,355
ST 81.52690 12,784
OBC 117.87106 32,563
EWS 109.64915 17,979
UR 130.18384 15,904*
ESM 42.54780 7,897
OH 77.22326 1,792
HH 40.00000 1,359
PWD Others 40.00000 374
Total 11,3848

* In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 3448-SC, 1093-ST, 19179-OBC, 9110-EWS, 77-ESM, 150-OH, 28-HH, 120-VH and 4-Others PwD candidates qualifying at UR Cut-off have been shown under their respective

SSC CGL Cutoff of Previous Years

The SSC CGL cutoff of previous years are given below:

SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2020 for Assistant Audit Officer (AAO)

The SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2020 for Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) for all categories can be summarised as below:

Category  Cut-off Marks (Tier-I + Tier-II - Paper I+II+IV) Candidates Available
SC  369.29454 300
ST 368.36577 145
OBC 435.94647 540
EWS 471.35718 255
UR 471.35718 362*
OH 388.84705 32
HH 301.71110 15
Others-PWD 331.66146 03
Total 1652

*206-EWS, 131-SC, 41-ST, 402-OBC, 11-OH and 01-HH category candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2020 for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)

SSC CGL Tier-II cutoff for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) for all categories with the number of candidates available for each category is defined as below:

Category  Cut-off Marks (Tier-I + Tier-II - Paper I+II+III) Candidates Available
SC 319.43087 512
ST 323.84052 245
OBC 390.93987 676
EWS 394.22602 418
UR 445.23886 439*
OH 372.30742 16
HH 309.80025 03
Total 2,309

*278-EWS, 97-SC, 44-ST, 453-OBC and 02-OH category candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Tier-II Cutoff 2020 for all other posts

The candidates can check below the official cutoff for all the other posts other than AAO and JSO.

Category  Cut-off Marks (Tier-I + Tier-II - Paper I+II) Candidates Available
SC 331.52437 5253
ST 309.87681 2490
OBC 381.12415 11109
EWS 366.47505 5521
UR 433.61707 5448*
ESM 204.78638 1285
OH 287.10506 427
HH 133.20774 245
VH 317.48815 118
Others-PwD 148.94858 50
Total 31946

*2244-EWS, 503-SC, 160-ST, 4664-OBC, 05-ESM, 22-OH, 02-HH, 13-VH and 01-Others PwD category candidates qualifying at UR cut-off have been shown under their respective categories.

SSC CGL Cutoff 2019 (final)

The candidates can check here the category-wise cutoff for the SSC CGL result 2019.

The Cutoff fixed for the Module -I In the SSC Skill Test phase is as follows

SSC CGL Skill Test Module -I Cutoff

The Module-I is for the Data Entry Speed Test.

Category Cutoff on the percentage of mistakes (in per cent)
SC 7
ST 7
OBC 7
EWS 7
OH 10
HH 10
VH 10
PwD Others 10
UR 5

SSC CGL Skill Test Module-II +III of CPT Category-wise cut-off 

SSC CGL Skill Test  Module-II tests the spreadsheet concepts and Module-III tests the power-point presentation. The cutoff for all these exams can be summarised here

Category Cutoff Marks of Module II + Module III
SC 100
ST 100
OBC 100
EWS 100
OH 100
HH 100
VH 100
PwD Others 100
UR 120

The above are the combined cutoff of module-II and module III.

SSC CGL Cut-off in DEST for the posts of Tax Assistant

Following are the category-wise cutoff for the Tax-Assistant post

Category Cutoff on percentage of mistakes (in per cent)
SC 7
ST 7
OBC 7
EWS 7
OH 10
HH 10
VH 10
PwD Others 10
UR 5

SSC CGL Cutoff 2019 for AAO and SI

As per the provisions given in the SSC CGL notice, merit has been prepared by adding up the marks obtained in different Tiers of exam in the following manner

Post Name Merit Prepared by Adding the Marks obtained in 
Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II+ Paper-IV) + Tier-III
Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and Statistical Investigator Gr. II (SI) Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II + Paper-III) + Tier-III
All posts other than AAO, JSO and SI Tier-I + Tier-II (Paper-I + Paper-II) + Tier-III.

Posts Where Qualifying the Common Proficiency Test was Mandatory

The candidates should see the list of posts below where passing the CPT is mandatory

i. Assistant Section Officer (ASO) in CSS
ii. Assistant Section Officer in MEA
iii. ASO in Ministry of Defence (Office of The JS & CAO) AFHQ
iv. Assistant/ Superintendent in Ministry of Mines
v. Inspector (Central Excise) in CBIC
vi. Inspector (Preventive officer) in CBIC
vii. Inspector (Examiner) in CBIC

For the posts of Tax Assistant in CBDT and CBIC, qualifying in DEST is mandatory. However, eligible OH candidates were exempted from appearing in DEST for the post of Tax
Assistant in CBDT.

Download Here: SSC CGL 2019 Final Cutoff PDF

SSC CGL Cutoff 2020 (Tier-I)

SSC released the cutoff for each of the categories. The category-wise SSC CGL Tier-I 2020 cutoff can be checked below:

SSC CGL Cutoff for General Studies (Finance and Accounts)

SSC CGL Cutoff for candidates eligible for appearing in Tier-II  [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-IV {General Studies (Finance & Accounts)}] and Tier-III

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 145.28912 970
ST 140.97604 465
OBC 161.36748 1784
EWS 164.00018 728
UR 167.45963 1228*
OH 135.76854 102
HH 109.04331 101
PWD Others 95.12633 51
Total 5429

SSC CGL Cutoff for Statistics 

SSC CGL Cutoff for candidates eligible for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (Statistics)] and Tier-III.

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 124.61824 2241
ST 122.40547 958
OBC 147.63201  3395
EWS 146.01050 1925
UR 153.08245 2544*
OH 120.17292 114
HH 108.73007 1357
VH 95.75915 488
PWD Others 40.00000 35
Total 14135

In addition to the UR  candidates shown above, 3275-SC, 1014-ST, 19684-OBC, 7446-EWS, 93-ESM, 138-OH, 10-HH, 67-VH and 4-Others PwD candidates qualifying at UR Cut-off have been shown under their respective categories. 

SSC CGL Cutoff 2020 Tier-I (General)

SSC CGL Cutoff 2020 for the candidates eligible to appear in Tier-II and Tier-III exams.

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 100.93079 21663
ST 93.75569  10351
OBC 119.23278  36611
EWS 109.21110 15718
UR 132.37260 20572
ESM 74.87478 5216
OH 85.99074 1759
HH 40.00000 1357
VH 95.75915 488
PWD Others 40.00000 400
Total 11,4135

SSC CGL Tier-III cutoff 2020 

SSC CGL Cutoff 2019

SSC CGL Cut off 2019 (Tier-III) was released along with the result. The SSC CGL Cut off was released separately for each of the posts for each category.

SSC CGL 2019 Assistant Audit Officer Cut off 

Category Cutoff

Candidates Available

SC 482.99783 358
ST 431.74693 193
OBC 510.79650 825
EWS 559.58172 335
UR 710.40161 444
OH 503.20099 36
HH 438.70577 31
PWD Others 357.93200 16
Total 2238

SSC CGL 2019 Tier-III Cut off for JSO

The cut off for the Junior Statistical Officer is given below.

SSC_CGL_2019_Cut_off_for_JSO

SSC CGL 2019 Tier-III Cut off for DEST and DV

SSC_CGL_2019_Cut_off_for_DEST

SSC CGL 2019 Tier-III Cut off for CPT and DV

SSC_CGL_2019_Tier_III_Cut_Off_for_CPT

See and Download SSC CGL 2018 final Cutoff details

SSC CGL Cutoff 2019 for Tier-II Exam

Check SSC CGL tier-II cutoff 2019 for all the papers below:

For the Post of Assistant Audit Officer, the SSC CGL Cut off for each of the categories is given below (List -1)

Category

Cut-off Marks (Tier 1) + Tier-II (Paper-I+II+IV))

Candidates Selected

SC

422.99783

364

ST

377.74693

196

OBC

456.79650

836

EWS

504.58172

339

UR

517.46992

596*

OH

449.20099

36

HH

385.70577

31

Others-PWD

306.93200

20

Total

 

2418

Candidates selected for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) and Statistical Investigator Gr. II (List II)

Category

Cut-off Marks (Tier 1)+ Tier-II (Paper-I+II+III))

Candidates available

SC

359.87503

376

ST

343.80764

188

OBC

423.83991

605

EWS

457.41940

361

UR

488.00000

307*

OH

422.28761

10

HH

302.89152

8

VH

320.64089

29

Others-PwD

375.17063

3

Total

 

1887

Candidates  selected for  the  posts  other than  Assistant  Audit  Officer(AAO),  Junior  Statistical  Officer(JSO)and Statistical Investigator(Gr.II):

Category

Cut-off Marks (Tier 1)+ Tier-II (Paper-I+II))

Candidates available

SC

434.68407

6864

ST

405.12641

3493

OBC

478.82303

14664

EWS

466.42205

6904

UR

528.38462

8674*

ESM

365.98601

1424

OH

392.96950

610

HH

259.90917

538

VH

422.76404

211

Others-PwD

120.00000

149

Total

-

43531

SSC CGL Cutoff 2019 for Tier-I Exam

SSC CGL 2020 cutoff for tier-I

Candidates can check SSC CGL tier-I 2019-20 cutoff below:

List-1:  Candidates qualified in SSC CGL Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-IV {General Studies (Finance & Accounts)}] and Tier-III

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

156.73419

1576

ST

151.46077

780

OBC

172.76640

2904

EWS

175.31247

1202

UR

180.12237

2074*

OH

147.08520

149

HH

117.49075

141

Others-PWD

83.70627

125

Total

-

8951

List-2: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (Statistics)] and Tier-III

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

130.76651

3647

ST

119.99291

2020

OBC

154.87053

6032

EWS

152.03803

3315

UR

165.77474

3716*

OH

130.86331

166

HH

86.44781

181

VH

110.67982

204

Others-PWD

40.00000

110

Total

-

19391

List-3: Candidates qualified in Tier-I for appearing in Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II) and Tier-III

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

115.35401

22965

ST

104.91984

11737

OBC

135.95037

38714

EWS

135.04329

15183

UR

147.78606

25876*

ESM

89.29321

5758

OH

98.42808

2196

HH

40.00000

1761

VH

110.41208

664

Others-PWD

40.00000

425

Total

-

125279

How is SSC CGL Cut off Calculated?

SSC CGL cutoff is released along with the result and is calculated after considering the various factors mentioned below:

  • Number of candidates appeared for the exam
  • Number of vacancies
  • Difficulty level of the exam
  • Candidate selection ratio for the respective stage (tier-II, III, etc.) of the exam
  • Overall performance of candidates in the exam

Normalisation of SSC CGL Marks

SSC CGL Tier-I and -II exams are conducted in online mode in multiple shifts over a period of a few days. To avoid discrepancies in the difficulty level of the exams conducted in multiple shifts, the Staff Selection Commission normalises the scores of candidates. Thereafter, these normalised scores are used to determine the final SSC CGL cutoff marks.  

SSC CGL 2018 Tier-III Cutoff

Check all the SSC CGL tier-III cutoff lists 2018 below:

List-I: SSC CGL Tier-III Cutoff for Assistant Audit Officer (AAO)

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

602.90120

225

ST

586.19412

110

OBC

656.39436

420

UR

686.28548

581*

OH

574.24393

24

HH

475.45173

24

Others-PWD

285.66610

24

Total

-

1,408

List-II: SSC CGL Tier-III Cutoff for Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

484.18283

443

ST

454.22337

290

OBC

560.97883

564

UR

584.70778

937*

OH

393.82574

101

HH

269.42244

97

VH

321.30548

114

Total

-

2,546

List-III: SSC CGL Tier-III Cutoff for Candidates appearing in CPT and Document Verification

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

467.93109

2,436

ST

439.80105

1,305

OBC

520.58282

4,104

UR

539.32091

6,453*

OH

409.16313

313

HH

292.38905

340

VH

439.56113

72

Others-PwD

198.64969

61

Total

-

15,084

List-IV: SSC CGL Tier-III Cutoff for Candidates appearing in DEST and Document Verification

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates available

SC

431.87042

5,018

ST

407.11278

2,399

OBC

477.72161

9,242

UR

512.44384

11,090*

ESM

288.12000

2,805

OH

374.85996

576

HH

256.55850

480

VH

379.65441

198

Others-PwD

172.56899

68

Total

 

31,876

SSC CGL 2018 Tier-II Cutoff

Given below is the SSC CGL cutoff for the posts of Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) and Assistant Accounts Officer (AAO):

Categories

SSC CGL Cut-off Marks [Tier 1+Tier-II (PaperI+II+IV)]

Number of Candidates Available

Scheduled Caste (SC)

463.15

841

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

460.21

421

Other Backward Class (OBC)

510.92

1,724

Unreserved (UR)

572.51

1,762

Orthopedically Handicapped (OH)

409.26

111

Hearing Handicapped (HH)

347.35

100

Other Persons with Disability (PwD)

168.04

50

Total

-

5,009

Given below is the SSC CGL cutoff for the post of Junior Statistical Officer (JSO):

Categories

SSC CGL Cut-off Marks [Tier 1+Tier-II (PaperI+II+IV)]

Number of Candidates Available

Scheduled Caste (SC)

433.95

478

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

403.95

301

Other Backward Class (OBC)

517.76

583

Unreserved (UR)

535.86

955

Orthopedically Handicapped (OH)

348.50

112

Hearing Handicapped (HH)

223.46

106

Visually Handicapped (VH)

267.51

121

Other Persons with Disability (PwD)

165.04

16

Total

-

2,672

Given below is the SSC CGL cutoff for all posts other than Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Accounts Officer and Junior Statistical Officer:

Categories

SSC CGL Cut-off Marks [Tier 1+Tier-II (PaperI+II+IV)]

Number of Candidates Available

Scheduled Caste (SC)

354.74

8,050

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

327.05

4,022

Other Backward Class (OBC)

400.33

15,359

Unreserved (UR)

433.00

17,439

Ex-Servicemen (ESM)

255.12

3,244

Orthopedically Handicapped (OH)

302.50

859

Hearing Handicapped (HH)

165.73

777

Visually Handicapped (VH)

280.98

404

Other Persons with Disability (PwD)

122.58

86

Total

-

50,240

SSC CGL 2018 Tier-I Cutoff

Given below is the SSC CGL cutoff for candidates who qualified for Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (General Studies (Finance & Accounts)]:

Category SSC CGL Tier-I Cut Off
SC 148.97
ST 141.86
OBC 165.00
UR  170.00
OH 132.90
HH 102.45
Other PwD 62.19

Given below is the SSC CGL cutoff for candidates who qualified for Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (Statistics)]:

Category Cut Off Marks 
SC 140.11
ST 129.56
OBC  162.35
UR 165.96
OH 112.48
HH 51.99
VH 64.57
Other PwD 40.00

Given below is the SSC CGL cutoff for candidates who qualified for Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II):

Category SSC CGL 2019 Cut Off for Tier 1
SC 111.10
ST 103.22
OBC  131.18
UR 137.07
ESM 40.00
OH 95.55
HH 40.00
VH 70.25
Other PwD 40.00

SSC CGL 2018 Tier-I Cut off - Check here

SSC CGL 2017 Tier-I Cutoff

Given below is SSC CGL 2017 cutoffs for tier-I exam for the reference of candidates:

List-I: Candidates qualified in tier-I for appearing in tier-II (paper-I, II & IV) and tier-III exams

Category

Cutoff Marks

Candidates Available

SC

129.00

2502

ST

123.00

1161

OBC

140.50

6049

OH

113.50

240

HH

79.00

228

UR

152.50

5270

Total

-

15,450

List-II: Candidates qualified in tier-I for appearing in tier-II (paper-I, II & III) and tier-III exams

Category

Cutoff Marks

Candidates Available

SC

127.50

1518

ST

117.00

837

OBC

140.00

3850

OH

104.50

202

HH

62.00

210

VH

116.00

39

UR

151.00

3655

Total

-

10,311

List-III: Candidates qualified in tier-I for appearing in tier-II (paper-I & II) and tier-III exams

Category

Cutoff Marks

Candidates Available

SC

103.00

25052

ST

93.00

12358

OBC

115.00

58633

Ex.s

73.50

6290

OH

87.00

2327

HH

40.00

1709

VH

89.50

559

UR

131.00

43476

Total

-

1,50,404

SSC CGL Cutoff 2022 FAQs

Q: What is the expected cutoff of SSC CGL 2022 (Tier 1)?

A: The candidates can see here the SSC CGL Tier 1 expected cutoff based on the valuable feedback received from the candidates who appeared in the exam. SSC CGL 2022 Expected Cutoff is summarised as below:
Category Cutoff
SC 120-125
ST 115-120
OBC 141-145
EWS 145-150
UR 148-154
OH 115-120
HH 95-98
PWD Others 50-55

Q: When was the SSC CGL Cutoff 2020 released?

A: SSC CGL Cutoff 2020 was released for all the post groups and categories with the result. The Commission also released the tie resolution formula along with the final result. 

Q: What is SSC CGL cutoff?

A: SSC CGL cutoff is the minimum marks that candidates need to secure in order to qualify their respective stage/tier of the exam.

Q: Who releases SSC CGL cutoff?

A: The Staff Selection Commission releases SSC CGL cutoff.

Q: Where can I check SSC CGL cutoff?

A: You can check SSC CGL cutoff on the official website – ssc.nic.in.

Q: Is SSC CGL cutoff for all categories same?

A: No, SSC CGL cutoff varies as per the category (UR, SC, ST, OBC, PH) of candidates.

Q: Is SSC CGL cutoff released region-wise?

A: No, the cutoff is not released region-wise. It is released centrally on the official website of the commission.

Q: Is SSC CGL cutoff released for all the tiers of the exam?

A: There are total four tiers/stages in SSC CGL exam. The cutoff is released for tier-I, -II and -III exams. SSC CGL tier-IV is only a qualifying exam. Therefore, the commission does not release cutoff for tier-IV.

Q: Which post has the highest cutoff in SSC CGL exam?

A: Usually, SSC CGL cutoff for the post of Assistant Audit Officer is the highest followed by Junior Statistical Officer and other posts.

Q: Is there section-cutoff in SSC CGL exam?

A: No, there are no sectional cutoff marks in SSC CGL exam.

Q: Is SSC CGL cutoff for all the papers of tier-II exam same?

A: The Staff Selection Commission releases three different cutoffs for tier-II exam. One for paper-III of tier-II, second for paper-IV of tier-II and third for paper-I + paper-II of tier-II.

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Which is better, WBCS or SSC CGL?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

If you want to work as a West Bengal state government officer, WBCS is a better option. However, if your aim is to work for the central government and have postings across India, SSC CGL is a better choice. Both exams are different in the following ways:1. Nature of work: The WBCS is a state-leve...If you want to work as a West Bengal state government officer, WBCS is a better option. However, if your aim is to work for the central government and have postings across India, SSC CGL is a better choice. Both exams are different in the following ways:
1. Nature of work: The WBCS is a state-level government exam in West Bengal, whereas the CGL is a central-level exam. With WBCS you can work as a group A, B, C, or D officer, and after clearing CGL, you will get a job as a group B or C officer in the central government.
2. Career scope: Except for executive and group B posts, all other posts do not have much career scope in WBCS. On the other hand, you can become a Gazetted officer through the CGL. Most group B and C posts have a comparably better career than group B, C, and D posts of the WBCS such as JSO.
3. Pay and benefits: The pay and benefits in both cases are determined by the level of posting. For example, level 10 posts in both exams have similar perks and salary scales.
4. Transfer: If your home state is West Bengal, then WBCS is a better choice due to the better chances of a home posting. This is more difficult in CGL jobs because you may be required to serve anywhere in India, depending on the vacancy and requirement.

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After B.Com, I want to prepare for compitetive exams, should I enroll myself in a IGNOU M.Com or does it create extra burden and stress?

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palak mahajan

Contributor-Level 10

3 days ago

Hi Abhilash no doubt it is a good option to enroll yourself in a IGNOU M.Com after B.Com. You cab easily prepare for competitive examination as M.Com has mostly same curriculum as of B.Com so there will be ko extra burden or stress over you so just go for it.

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Which is better, the SSC CGL or the DSSSB TGT teacher?

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ROUNAK KUMAR JHA

Beginner-Level 5

5 days ago

First of all SSC is central government organisation while dssb is Delhi government organisation. The SSC CGL job posts and the DSSSB TGT teacher are two different fields. You can decide which one is better based on the following comparisons:1. Salary: The in-hand salary of a DSSSB TGT teacher is ...First of all SSC is central government organisation while dssb is Delhi government organisation. The SSC CGL job posts and the DSSSB TGT teacher are two different fields. You can decide which one is better based on the following comparisons:1. Salary: The in-hand salary of a DSSSB TGT teacher is around Rs. 56,246. On the other hand, the salary range under CGL, depending on the post, can be as high as Rs. 63,100. 2. Job Profile: The nature of the DSSSB TGT job is more suitable for candidates who are looking for work-life balance. You can work both desk jobs and field jobs with CGL as per your post. 3. Work area: The DSSSB TGT is exclusively for teaching posts, but in CGL you can apply for a variety of posts.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

The SSC CGL job posts and the DSSSB TGT teacher are two different fields. You can decide which one is better based on the following comparisons:1. Salary: The in-hand salary of a DSSSB TGT teacher is around Rs. 56,246. On the other hand, the salary range under CGL, depending on the post, can be a...The SSC CGL job posts and the DSSSB TGT teacher are two different fields. You can decide which one is better based on the following comparisons:
1. Salary: The in-hand salary of a DSSSB TGT teacher is around Rs. 56,246. On the other hand, the salary range under CGL, depending on the post, can be as high as Rs. 63,100.
2. Job Profile: The nature of the DSSSB TGT job is more suitable for candidates who are looking for work-life balance. You can work both desk jobs and field jobs with CGL as per your post.
3. Work area: The DSSSB TGT is exclusively for teaching posts, but in CGL you can apply for a variety of posts.
4. Department: Under CGL, you have the opportunity to work in central government ministries, unlike the DSSSB which is for Delhi government jobs.

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Which SSC CGL position is the best?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

In the SSC CGL exam, the best job to apply for is AAOs. These are assistant audit officers (AAO) and assistant account officers (AAO). You can apply for either post in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department under CAG.The reasons why the position of an AAO is best are as follows:1. Level of post...In the SSC CGL exam, the best job to apply for is AAOs. These are assistant audit officers (AAO) and assistant account officers (AAO). You can apply for either post in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department under CAG.
The reasons why the position of an AAO is best are as follows:
1. Level of post: AAOs are group B-gazetted officers; on the other hand, all other posts in CGL are non-gazetted. Some other jobs are group C jobs, such as inspector of income tax. Therefore, the AAOs enjoy more prestige as they can authorize the issuance of official government stamps.
2. Job profile: The AAO works in the audit department under the CAG of India. The work of the AAO is dynamic in nature and includes auditing. This work is highly important under the IAAD, and they can perform audit inspections. Most other posts are either completely field jobs, like inspectors, or completely desk jobs, like upper division clerks. However, most young applicants prefer an assistant audit officer over an assistant accounts officer.
3. Promotions: They outperform all other posts in terms of promotions. For example, you will join as an assistant audit officer and gradually get promoted to the post of senior deputy accountant general after four promotions. The promotions that you can get are Audit Officer, Sr. Audit Officer, and Deputy Accountant General before getting your final promotion. Similarly, you can become a chief accounts officer after getting promoted from the position of assistant account officer.
4. Salary: As an assistant audit officer, you will be entitled to a grade pay of 4800 and an in-hand salary of around Rs. 65,318 in city X, which is equivalent to that of an assistant accounts officer. All other posts' grade pay is less than this for these jobs, which are 4600 and 4200, respectively.
5. Work-life balance: Among the assistant audit officer and the assistant account officer, the account officer has a better work-life balance. Most civil service aspirants prefer the assistant account officer post to prepare for the UPSC.

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What is the highest position in the SSC CGL?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

The topmost positions in SSC CGL are assistant audit officer, assistant audit officer, and assistant accounts officer. 1. These are Group B-gazetted posts, unlike other non-gazetted posts in CGL. 2. Out of these, the best is the Assistant Audit Officer (AAO), which comes under the India Audit and...The topmost positions in SSC CGL are assistant audit officer, assistant audit officer, and assistant accounts officer.
1. These are Group B-gazetted posts, unlike other non-gazetted posts in CGL.
2. Out of these, the best is the Assistant Audit Officer (AAO), which comes under the India Audit and Accounts Department.
3. The AAO can be promoted to the post of Senior Deputy Accountant General, which is a highly respected position.
4. The salary of an assistant audit officer can be up to Rs. 80,000 per month, depending on the posting city.

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Does SSC CGL have interviews?

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Sahdev Singh

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

No, SSC CGL does not have interviews because the central government has removed the interview process from group B and Group C post according to the latest notification of SSC CGL exam, there are two stages, Tier I of the exam will be of qualifying nature which consist of 100 questions to be solv...No, SSC CGL does not have interviews because the central government has removed the interview process from group B and Group C post according to the latest notification of SSC CGL exam, there are two stages, Tier I of the exam will be of qualifying nature which consist of 100 questions to be solved in 60 minutes. A Cut off will be released for the candidates to appear in Tier II exam. Marks scored by the candidates in two will be taken into concentration for preparing the merit list and after document verification the candidates will be appointed for the post they have been selected. There is no interview in SSC CGL exam.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

No, according to the latest selection process for SSC CGL there is no interview round at any stage of CGL. The selection process for SSC CGL is as follows:1. The first stage is Tier 1, which is an online test and qualifying in nature. 2. There are 100 objective types questions to be answered in 6...No, according to the latest selection process for SSC CGL there is no interview round at any stage of CGL. The selection process for SSC CGL is as follows:
1. The first stage is Tier 1, which is an online test and qualifying in nature.
2. There are 100 objective types questions to be answered in 60 minutes
3. The second stage is Tier II, which is conducted in three phases.
4. The score of the question papers from this stage is used to determine the cutoff for various positions.
5. Finally, document validation is done for eligible candidates.

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What is the difference between the SSC CGL and SSC MTS exams?

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Sahdev Singh

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

Both SSC CGL and MS exam are conducted by staff Selection commission but a graduate above the age of 18 years with a bachelor's degree can appear for SSC CGL exam but the minimum eligibility criteria for appearing in SSC MS exam is 10th pass. SSC CGL exam is of graduation levels and the level of ...Both SSC CGL and MS exam are conducted by staff Selection commission but a graduate above the age of 18 years with a bachelor's degree can appear for SSC CGL exam but the minimum eligibility criteria for appearing in SSC MS exam is 10th pass. SSC CGL exam is of graduation levels and the level of the exam is comparable higher than the MS exam through SSC CGL exam the candidates can join the group B and Group C post under different ministries and departments like income tax inspector assistant section Officer accounts audit officer sub-Inspector in CBI etc. The work profile of officers through SSC CGL exam is both clerical and field work while MS are appointed for the role as
Watchman (Chowkidar)
Gardener (Mali)
Gatekeeper
Operator
Peon (Farash)
Jamadar
The salary of SSC CGL exam selected candidates is about 70000 per month while the salary of MS selected candidates is around 35000 per month.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

There are the following differences between the SSC CGL and SSC MS exams:1. The SSC CGL is held to fill Group B and Group C positions in the government. In contrast, SSC MS is typically used to recruit government multitasking personnel. 2. Only graduates can appear in the SSC CGL exam, whereas an...There are the following differences between the SSC CGL and SSC MS exams:
1. The SSC CGL is held to fill Group B and Group C positions in the government. In contrast, SSC MS is typically used to recruit government multitasking personnel.
2. Only graduates can appear in the SSC CGL exam, whereas any 10th-passed candidate can apply for the SSC MS exam.
3. The minimum age limit for applying for the SSC CGL is 20, whereas it is 18 years for the SSC MS
4. There are four stages in the SSC CGL exam, whereas there are only two stages in the SSC MS exam.
5. SSC CGL is comparably tougher but has a better salary and perks than SSC MS.

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How many attempts are there in the SSC?

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Sahdev Singh

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

There are no fixed number of attempts for appearing in SSC CGL exam. The minimum eligibility criteria for appearing in CGL is 18 years and a Bachelor's degree. For some posts the maximum age limit is 27 and for some posts it is upto 30 years. A person from reserved category OBC, SC, ST, PwD and E...There are no fixed number of attempts for appearing in SSC CGL exam. The minimum eligibility criteria for appearing in CGL is 18 years and a Bachelor's degree. For some posts the maximum age limit is 27 and for some posts it is upto 30 years. A person from reserved category OBC, SC, ST, PwD and Ex-servicemen are given age relaxation for appearing in the exam. Till the time you fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria you can appear for the CGL exam.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

According to the official notification of the SSC CGL there is no limit on the number of attempts you can make for this exam. If you meet the SSC eligibility requirements, you can take the CGL exam. This requirement is to have a graduate degree from a recognised university. There is, however, an ...According to the official notification of the SSC CGL there is no limit on the number of attempts you can make for this exam. If you meet the SSC eligibility requirements, you can take the CGL exam. This requirement is to have a graduate degree from a recognised university. There is, however, an age limit for appearing in CGL. This limit varies for different categories, and for general category students, the age limit is 32 years. There is also an age limit for each post, such as Sub Inspector in Narcotics, for which you can only apply if you are 25 years old. You can learn more about the age requirements for various types of jobs by reading this article: https://www.shiksha.com/sarkari-exams/ssc/articles/ssc-cgl-age-limit-blogId-101745.

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Can SSC CGL officer become IAS after promotions?

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Sahdev Singh

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

No, an officer through SSC CGL cannot become an IAS officer through promotion. They are appointed as Grade B officer and C and can reach up to the level of Grade A officer, but they cannot become an IAS officer. They work under IAS. However, in order to become an IAS officer, they need to prepare...No, an officer through SSC CGL cannot become an IAS officer through promotion. They are appointed as Grade B officer and C and can reach up to the level of Grade A officer, but they cannot become an IAS officer. They work under IAS. However, in order to become an IAS officer, they need to prepare for UPSC (Pre + Mains+ Interview). Some CGL departments work profile is not much hectic and candidates appear for UPSC CSE and become Grade A officer.

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

No, you cannot become an IAS officer by promotion through the SSC CGL officer post. Only state PCS officers such as the deputy collector are eligible for promotion to an IAS post after a certain number of years of service in the state government. However, certain CGL posts can provide you with pe...No, you cannot become an IAS officer by promotion through the SSC CGL officer post. Only state PCS officers such as the deputy collector are eligible for promotion to an IAS post after a certain number of years of service in the state government. However, certain CGL posts can provide you with perks comparable to those of an IAS officer after promotion. These posts are:
1. Assistant section officers in the Central Secretariat Service
2. A Assistant Audit Officer in (IA&AS)
3. A Assistant Account Officer in (IA&AS)
Also, according to the IAS (Appointment by Selection) Regulations of 1997, the state government can send proposals for promotion to IAS posts:
(a) If a person is of outstanding merit and holds a gazetted post
(b) The person must have completed a minimum of 8 years of continuous service on any post equivalent to that of Deputy Collector.
(c) The age of the recommended person must be less than 54 years.

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Can I qualify for the SSC CGL in six months?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

Yes, you can qualify for the SSC CGL exam with six months of preparation. You need to be consistent and have a proper strategy to clear CGL with a six-month prep. Following these expert tips can help you clear the SSC CGL exam in six months:1. You need to dedicate at least 10 hours to preparation...Yes, you can qualify for the SSC CGL exam with six months of preparation. You need to be consistent and have a proper strategy to clear CGL with a six-month prep. Following these expert tips can help you clear the SSC CGL exam in six months:
1. You need to dedicate at least 10 hours to preparation for SSC CGL exclusively.
2. You need to analyze your weak areas with the help of previous year's papers and practice that section more.
3. You have to prepare a proper subject-wise schedule to give sufficient time to each section.
4. The more you practice, the more likely you are to advance to the next stage.
5. Since there are four stages, you need to increase your accuracy to score well in each tier. Here are subject-wise preparation tips given by experts that can help you qualify for the SSC CGL in six months: https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ssc-cgl-exam-preparation.

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