SSC CHSL 2018 Tier 2 additional result
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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) announced additional results on Thursday for 4,559 candidates who showed up for the 2018 Tier 2 exam (CHSL) but were disqualified due to UFM rule. The Commission had previously granted these candidates a one-time exemption.

Candidates who have now been declared passed are qualified for the SSC CHSL (Tier 3) exam.

How to check the additional result of SSC CHSL:

Visit the official website at ssc.nic.in

At the top of the home page, click the Result tab

Click on the CHSL 2018 Tier 2 result link

A PDF will be opened

Your name and role number will be displayed on the screen

Direct link to check the result

The SSC CHSL Tier 2 result was announced on February 25th, when 37 candidates qualified for the skill test (DEST) for the position of DEO (excluding CAG). 1,741 candidates had qualified for the DEO position in the CAG, 30,822 candidates had qualified for the writing test for the post of postal assistant (PA) / sorting assistant (SA) and lower department employee (LDC) / des Assistants of the Junior Secretariat (JSA) qualified on the basis of the overall grades achieved by them in level 1 and 2 exams.

SSC issued a notice on Thursday stating: “Some candidates had asked the commission to reconsider their decision on their disqualification under Unfair Means (UFM). SSC then set up a committee of experts to look into the matter. Based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee, SSC decided to grant a one-time exemption to 4,559 candidates who were disqualified for UFM. “

What is the UFM rule:

What is the UFM rule? Candidates are strongly advised not to write any personal identity (real or imaginary) e.g. Name, role number, mobile phone number, address, etc. in the answer book. Candidates who fail to follow these instructions will receive zero points, even if they are given during the assessment process.

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