The result for SSC CHSL 2015 exam was finally announced on July 30 and along with the publication of results, 7-month long wait ended for over 3 million candidates. As per the official statistics, a total of 30,44,455 candidates appeared in the CHSL (10+2) examination held in November, December & re-exam in July (November 1 & 15, December 6 & 12 and July 23 re-exam). The examination was conducted by SSC to fill 6,578 posts of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Data Entry Operator (DEO).
The Commission announced the CHSL 2015 results yesterday night at around 10 pm. Astonishingly, only 2.002% candidates have qualified the CHSL 2015 exam, who will also appear for the descriptive test.
Staff Selection Commission had released the answer keys of November & December exam in May this year and had earlier notified to announce the results on July 22. However, the results were then delayed as the re-exam was conducted on July 23 and then the results were announced late night on July 29. SSC notified that out of all candidates who took the paper, 60,975 candidates have been declared qualified to appear for the Paper-II (Descriptive paper). SSC CHSL Paper-II will be of 100 marks and will be conducted on September 18 tentatively. The exam date along with the brief explanatory notice on Paper-II will be available soon at the official site of SSC.
As it was estimated by various coaching institutions, the cut-off for General (UR) settled at 119 marks and 15,150 candidates have scored marks above than 119 marks in CHSL 2015 exam. The cut-off for OBC, SC, ST, OBC, and Ex-Servicemen category stands at 110, 99, 89.50 and 45.50 respectively. Total 26,775, 8,592, 3,954 & 3,968 candidates from these categories in the same order have qualified for CHSL Paper-II. SSC has also reported that 5,792 candidates appeared in the examination twice and the Commission has done the evaluation of 5,539 candidates, out of which 334 candidates have qualified the exam (Annex-I). The result of these candidates has been kept in abeyance till the Commission takes a final call. Remaining 253 candidates (Annex-II) are required to contact their respective Regional office to clarify their position before August 5, 2016. The list of these candidates has also been published by the Commission and can be checked here (Annex-I & Annex-II).
SSC would upload the final answer keys along with OMR sheets and marks of all candidates in its official site within 10 days. Also, the Commission has decided to conduct the re-examination at two venues, one in Kota and one in Ajmer, both in Rajasthan. The examination held at these centres has been cancelled and hence the candidates who had appeared for the exam at these centres are required to take the re-exam on August 6, 2016. The result of these candidates will be declared on August 10, 2016.