SSC CPO SI Result 2019 Tier-I (Released): Download Now

By | February 19, 2020

SSC CPO SI Result 2019 Tier-I: On 14th February SSC released SSC CPO results with the cut of marks. This exam conducted in December 2019. SSC gives a Good Career for the youth. SSC provides a lot of employment to the youth.

SSC CPO SI Result 2019 Tier-I

Important & Dates

  • Program
  • Apply Online (Starting Date):— 17-09-2019
  • Apply Online (Last Date):— 16-10-2019
  • Fee payment by Cash (Last date):— 19-10-2019
  • Fee payment by Online(Last Date):— 18-10-2019
  • Call letters (Download):— 20-02-2020
  • Exam Date (Paper I):— 11-13 December 2019
  • Result (Paper I):— 14-02-2020
  • Answer Key (Paper I):— 03-06 January

Fees Details

  • Candidate (Gen/OBC):     100/- Rs.
  • For SC/ST/EXs:                      0/- Rs.
  • Female( All Category):       0/-Rs.

Candidate can make payment through:

  • Net Banking
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • E-Challan

Age Limit (As On 01-01-2020)

  • From 20 to 25 years

Qualifications (SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I)

The qualification for the different vacancies are:

For Delhi SI

  • Bachelor degree with any stream
  • Candidate mist have a driving license

For Other Posts

  • Bachelor degree with any stream

SSC CPO SI RESULT 2019-2020 Tier-I

For applying online “SSC CPO” Vacancies, you need to follow the following steps.

  • Go to the official website-
  • Register yourself
  • Fill up personal details and fill up Contact details
  • Then upload scanned photograph and signature
  • After completion of registration, Click on the apply link
  • Then log in by giving valid details (User ID & Password)
  • Now you need to fill required details
  • Then pay the fee (if required)
  • Finally, submit the form.


You should need to download a copy of the application form.

ID proofs (SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I)

  • Adhar card
  • Voter card
  • Pan card
  • Passport
  • Driving license
  • Any other photo ID card

Ques. and Ans. (SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I)

Q1.  What will prohibit items in the exam?

Ans. Prohibited items are-

  1. Mobile phones
  2. Calculators
  3. Any Electronic gadget
  4. Books and sheets

Q2.  What items will permit the exam hall?

Ans. Permitted items are-

  1. Admit card
  2. Photo ID proof
  3. Black Ballpen
  4. Clipboard

Q4. What is the last date for form submission?

Ans. It is 16-10-2019

Q5. What is the last date for fee payment (online)?

Ans. It is 18-10-2019

Q6.  When the exam will conducts?

Ans. On 11-13 December 2019

Important Links

About SSC

SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I: SSC handles appointments to posts and services in central government like UPSC. But, compared to the UPSC, the SSC manages the recruitment process in the lower level posts.

UPSC is responsible for Group A appointments such as IAS / IFS / IPS Officers.

But SSC handles appointing those positions that are subordinate. This includes posts covering Group B, C, and D.

The number of posts hiring SSC for a particular year depends on the number of vacancies for that year. These fields decided by individual central government departments and ministries.

The entry level recruitment for all Group B posts in various Ministries / Departments of the SSC Government is a maximum of Rs. 10,500. It employs all Group C posts in government ministries and departments.

SSC plays a major role in planning lateral recruitment for all Group B posts. With a maximum of Rs 9,300 for all Group C posts.

Please keep in mind that the SSC only recruits candidates for the following posts. These are in the Central Government. Appointments in services and posts in the State Government governed by individual State Public Service Commissions.

How are appointments handled?

SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I: Most appointments through SSC are through competitive exams. And then through interviews. Only candidates who can achieve the required marks in the competitive exam. He can attend the personal interview. A final decision will be made on their placements. It based on their performance in the individual interview.

Keep in mind that SSC conducts different competitive exams. It is for different posts every year. The application depends on your educational qualification and the position.

Some posts for conducting the SSC exam:

  • Grade C and D Stenographer
  • Lower Division Clerk
  • Assistant
  • Central Excise Inspector
  • Assistant Officer and Examiner in Custom House
  • Income Tax Inspector
  • Assistant Inspector of Police
  • Sub Inspector (CBI and Central Police)

SSC Post Types

The following list shows the annual tests conducted by the SSC.

1. Joint graduate level exam

  • Assistant
  • AFHQ, MEA, CSS, etc.
  • Divisional Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Preventive Officer / Income Tax Inspector/Central Excise
  • Inspector of Posts
  • Sub Inspector in CBI
  • UDC etc.

2.Tax Assistant Exam

  • Tax Assistant in CBDT and CBEC

3. Statistical Investigator (SSS) Grade IV Exam

  • Statistical Investigator (Grade IV in SSS, Statistics Department, and PI)

4. Junior Engineer (Civil and Election) Exam

  • Junior Engineer (Civil and Election) in CPWD / Dept.

5. Junior Translator (CSOLS) Exam

  • Junior Translator of CSOLS Cadre in DOL

6. Section Officer (Commandal Audit) Exam

  • Section Officer (Commercial Audit)

7. Exam of Deputy Sector Officer (Taxi Sector)

  • Deputy Area Officer (Cabinet Department)

8. Data Entry Operator (DEO) Exam

  • Data Entry Operator (DEO)

9. Sub Inspector in CPO Exam

  • Sub Inspector in CPO

10. Section Officer (Audit) Exam

  • Section Officer (Audit)

11. Joint Matriculation Level Exam

  • Steno Grade “C”
  • Steno Grade “D” and LDC

12. Section Officer (Accounts) Exam

  • Section Officer (Accounts)

As a graduate for a government job, CGL is one of the most important exams you can attend. SSC conducts for all vacant posts requiring a minimum level of educational qualification.

Candidates who do not want to take central government jobs. But do not pass the civil services exam conducted by UPSC. Then he must attend this exam.

Other jobs

SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I: Besides the All India exams mentioned above. SSC conducts appointments on special posts. That posts fall under the category of Group B, Non-Gazetted Posts and C Group C Non-Technical Posts.

The vacancies of these posts are very low and the eligibility criteria. And based on the department and the post. You are applying for, as compared to the posts conducted by the SSC for the All India Exam.

Appointments in these types of posts are usually done in the following 4 ways:

  • In the qualifying exam (12th grade/graduation). Candidates will shortlist based on their marks first. The selected candidates will make an appearance in the interview.
  • Candidates are first screened and screened for interviews.
  • Candidates should take the ‘Skill Test’ in the subject of the first post. Selected candidates will judge based on their performance after interviews.
  • In the qualifying exam (12th grade/graduation). Candidates will shortlist based on their marks first. Selected candidates will require to attend the interview/skills test.

What are the chances?

There is no greater chance of becoming a professional in government. Unless you are through the Civil Service Exam.

Regardless of what grade (b / c / d) you are in. you will have ample opportunity to move up the ladder. It is in terms of job responsibilities, salary, and importance.

The government and its organizations, the SSC and the UPSC bring in schemes for existing government employees. With the necessary experience to regularly move to higher positions. And to take on larger responsibilities through promotions, transfers, and deputation.

Not only that, various ministries and government departments regularly issue job announcements to vacant positions. , where they already use government employees. Besides, there is a lot of testing for vacant positions, for which you are (if qualified) and if you are meritorious, you are likely to get a job.

Other SSC Facts

SSC CPO SI Result 2019-2020 Tier-I: Although these opportunities come up regularly. You have to be careful and when they arise to trump the competition. Information about such schemes, vacancies and re-establishment opportunities spread on the UPSC, Ministry and SSC websites (whichever is applicable) as well as in government. Keep checking these websites regularly. And always look for any job opportunities in and around your department.

If you want to grow professionally in government. You have to contend with the ethos and monotonous culture. That exists in government offices and employees. Don’t let negative words from bosses or co-workers affect you. And always keep your career goals in mind. What separates you from others is that you take the initiative when others hesitate. Show your seniors that you can take on bigger responsibilities. And carry out bigger tasks.

If you are intelligent and hardworking. Your talent is likely to go unnoticed and you will get big positions if you take the initiative when needed.

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