Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is expected to release the Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL) notification 2019 on Wednesday.

According to the recruitment calendar released by the Commission, the detailed advertisement of this year’s CGL Tier 1 examination on October 22 and the candidates will be allowed to register for the recruitment process held for jobs in Central government offices till November 22.

According to reports, the SSC CGL Tier 1 examinations for this year’s notification will be held from March 2 to 11 next year.

The SSC CGL notification will be released on the official website of the Commission,

The Commission will hold SSC CGL exam as a Computer-Based exam in March.

Last year, the SSC CGL notice was released in May.

The examinations, for selection to CGL posts, began a year after the recruitment was notified.

SSC is yet to release the final result of SSC CGL 2017 examination, though it has tentatively fixed the result date on November 15.

The CGL 2018 selection process is underway and the Commission will be releasing the result for CGL Tier II exam 2018 on October 25, according a status report.

CGL is held annually for filling up Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ posts in various ministries/ departments/ organizations in the Government of India.

SSC selects candidates for appointment on the basis of computer based test, descriptive paper test and skill test.

The computer based test which will be held in two tiers would assess the academic merit of the candidate.

The difficulty level of the questions would range from matriculation level till graduation level.

CGL examination registers one of the higher participations among all the other exams conducted by SSC.

In the CGL 2018 tier 1 examination, held in June this year, 8.37 lakh candidates out of 26 lakh registered candidates participated.

Candidates with a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university can take the examination.

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