SSC CGL Marks – Know your Scorecard

Every year, more than a lakh applicants take the SSC CGL exam. The competition is severe, and candidates work really hard to pass the exam and get chosen. We will go over the SSC CGL marks and scorecard for the SSC CGL 2021 in this article, so stay tuned for more information.


The wait for the Staff Selection Commission  CGL cut-off Tier-2 result 2021 has finally ended.

On February 19, 2021, the SSC CGL Marks for cut-off and results were revealed. The SSC has published the Tier II post-SSC CGL 2019  and category-wise cut-off scores on its official website.

Overview of SSC CGL Exam 2021

Name of the Conducting Authority2021  (SSC) Staff Selection Commission (CGL) Combined Graduate Level
PositionGroup B and C officers (central Government)
Number of positions7035
CategorySSC CGL Marks/Scorecard
Mode of examTier I &  Tier II – OnlineTier III – Offline
Exam durationTier I: 1hourTier II: 2hours per paperTier III: 1hourTier IV: 15 mins per each module
Frequency of examYearly once

Also Read: SSC CGL Exam 2021

SSC CGL 2019 Scorecard/ Marks

2021 SSC CGL Scorecard and Result 

                                     Important Dates for SSC CGL 2019-2020

Tier-I Exam Date SSC CGL March 3rd to 9th, 2020
Tier-II Exam Date SSC CGL November 15th to 18th, 2020
Tier-III Exam Date SSC CGLNovember 22nd, 2020
Tier-I ResultJuly 1st 2020
Tier-II ResultFebruary 19th 2021

SSC CGL Marks – Cut-off

Following are the SSC CGL 20219-20 Cut off Scores as declared by SSC

LIST 1: For the role of Assistant Audit Officer (AAO), qualified candidates for evaluation in Tier-II or Tier-III are:

Category Cut-off marks: Tier I II (Paper-I II IV))Candidates Available
Scheduled Cast – SC422.99783364
Scheduled Tribe – ST377.74693196
Other backward classes – OBC456.79650836
Economically Backward Class- EWS504.58172339
Unreserved class – UR517.46992596
Orthopaedically handicapped – OH449.2009936
Hearing Handicapped – HH385.7057731
Others-PWD (Person with disabilities)306.9320020

In addition to the UR candidates listed above, 669-OBC, 269-EWS, 226-SC, 16-OH, 91-ST, 06-HH, and 02-Others PWD candidates who met the UR cut-off have been listed in their different categories.

LIST 2: For the role of (JSO) Junior Statistical Officer and Statistical Investigator Gr. II: qualified candidates for evaluation in Tier-II or Tier-III are:

Category Cut-off marks: Tier I II (Paper-I II IV))Candidates Available
Scheduled Cast – SC359.87503376
Scheduled Tribe – ST343.80764188
Other backward classes – OBC423.83991605
Economically Backward Class- EWS457.41940361
Unreserved class – UR488.00000307
Orthopaedically handicapped – OH422.2876110
Hearing Handicapped – HH302.891528
Visually Handicapped- VH320.6408929
Others-PWD (Person with disabilities)375.170633

In addition to the UR candidates listed above, 03-VH, 405-OBC, 30-ST,03-OH, 100-SC, and 253-EWS     candidates who met the UR cut-off have been listed in their different categories.

LIST 3: For the role except for Statistical Investigator (Gr. II), (AAO) Assistant Audit Officer, and (JSO) Junior Statistical Office qualified candidates for evaluation in Tier-II or Tier-III are:

Category Cut-off marks: Tier I II (Paper-I II IV))Candidates Available
Scheduled Cast – SC434.684076864
Scheduled Tribe – ST405.126413493
Other backward classes – OBC478.8230314664
Economically Backward Class- EWS466.422056904
Unreserved class – UR528.384628674
Ex-Serviceman -ESM365.986011424
Orthopaedically handicapped – OH392.96950610
Hearing Handicapped – HH259.90917538
Visually Handicapped- VH422.76404211
Others-PWD (Person with disabilities)120.00000149

In addition to the UR candidates listed above, 14-ESM, 5931-OBC, 157-ST, 16-VH, 654-SC, 25-OH and 2899- EWS candidates who met the UR cut-off have been listed in their different categories.

Following the exclusion of common candidates from all three lists, 43,896 individuals have been shortlisted for the Tier-III examination (Descriptive paper)

Steps to check & Download SSC CGL scorecard 2021 

Following the methods below, candidates can check their SSC CGL  results and download their Tier 1 2021 scorecards:

  1. Go to the official website of SSC CGL
  2. Type your login details and password.
  3. Fill in the captcha code that appears on the screen.
  4. Login by pressing the Login button.
  5. Select the Result/Marks tab from the drop-down menu.
  6. Choose an exam from the drop-down menu.
  7. Click the Submit button.
  8. Check out the SSC CGL scorecard and save it to your computer.

SSC CGL 2021 Results – Tier 1 and Tier 2

The SSC CGL 2021 Tier 1 exam results will be made accessible for applicants to verify and download one week after the results are declared on the official website.

Students can check their scorecard using their Roll No. and Password.

SSC Tier 2 English

Please note: According to SSC CGL, once the result for tier 3 is announced, the marks of qualified/non-qualified applicants in the Tier-II Exam will be released on their official website along with the marks of Tier-III (Descriptive Paper).

We hope this article has helped you in understanding the SSC CGL Marks for cut off and the SSC CGL Scorecard. We have also discussed how to obtain your SSC CGL Scorecard to know your results. 


What is SSC Combined Graduate Level?

The SSC CGL is a government exam held to select qualified candidates for various non-gazetted government jobs.

What jobs are available through SSC CGL 2021?

Ans: The following are the SSC CGL jobs:
Assistant to the Chief Auditor, sub-inspector, various inspectors’ posts, accountant (divisional, junior), Assistant Section Officer, Audit officer and many more.

What is the total number of SSC CGL 2021 job vacancies?

The tentative vacancy for SSC CGL 2021 is 7035. From time to time, the openings will be updated on the SSC website.

Is it possible to view the results in offline mode?

No, you may only check your results online at the SSC’s official website.

What happens once the SSC CGL results are announced?

If the candidates pass all four tiers, they will be assigned to various departments of the Indian government based on the available SSC CGL openings.

What is the SSC CGL normalization method?

Ans: Since there are a huge number of candidates that apply for the SSC CGL Exam, the exam is held in different shifts. The authorities utilise the normalisation technique to determine the candidates’ marks to avoid any disputes. The normalised scores are used to calculate the candidate cut-off after normalising. The formula used by SSC to determine the cut-off is as follows:
Candidates’ actual scores X Normalized marks = Normalized marks of candidates.

After the selection process, how long does it take to nominate candidates?

It usually takes 30-40 days for selected applicants’ documents to be processed, after which they are assigned to the respective departments.

Is there any negative marking in the SSC CGL exam?

Yes, tier 1 has a negative grading of 0.5 marks, and tier 2 has a negative grading of 0.50 for all papers except English, which has a negative grading of 0.25.

Is there a sectional cut-off in the SSC CGL 2021 exam?

In SSC CGL 2021, there is no sectional cut-off. Those who pass the Tier 1 exam for the SSC CGL will be asked to attend the Tier 2 exam.

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