Update 15-02-2021: Once again the patience of selected candidates are being tested. The court has decided to place its verdict on 21-02-2022 due to which the result is further delayed by the SSC.
Update 02-12-2021 : There is a very bad news regarding SSC cgl court case 2019. There will be delay in process as the case is being addressed. Here we are attaching the file of the court case update for your reference. The file is below the image:
Update 22-09-2021 : There is another big blow for SSC cgl 2019 aspirants. As, supreme court has postponed the hearing to another date in october. This is the hard examination of students patience. Section of students have shown disappointment with this decision. On the other hand, some are still hopeful for the justice. This is the latest update on ssc cgl 2019 court case. Any other development, we will keep you posted
Update 26-08-2021: How’s the josh folks? – Definitely not high! As the final nail in the coffin will be placed from September 1, 2021. As, staff selection commission has decided to start the Document Verification process starting from 1st september. However, the batch of students who have done case, pending on Supreme court are pretty confident that there voice will not go unheard. And, justice will be done. This is the ssc cgl 2019 court case latest update we got from students. About the hearing of case we will keep you posted. Stay tuned!
Update 19-08-2021 : SSC cgl 2019 court case latest news is that, ssc(staff selection commission) is not listening to the voice of students. And, the process is ramped up to clear off their mistakes. Amid the ongoing case in supreme court, commission has released the document verification date for SSC cgl 2019 for NR region also.
Update 17-08-2021 : As of now, hearing by supreme court is postponed to September. On the other hand, Staff Selection Commission(SSC) has declared document verification date for SSC cgl 2019.
Update 16-07-2021 : SSC cgl 2019 court case latest update is that matter is to be heard by the supreme court of India on the coming days . For which the date has not yet been announced. As soon as we get update, we will keep you posted.
Update 15-07-2021 : Meanwhile, students are doing tweets on twitter with hash tag.
Keep tweeting and let your voice be heard clear and loud !!
CGL-2019 Court Case file
About SSC CGL
SSC CGL exam is conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission for group B and group C posts in various government departments. According to sources, SSC cgl 2019 court case has been filed in the supreme court. Every year lakhs of aspirants appear for this exam to get their dream job. SSC CGL exam is conducted in fours stages.
- Tier 1- Online Examination (200 marks)
- Tier 2- Online Examination (400 marks)
- Stage 3- Descriptive(100 marks)
- Stage 4- Skill Test/ Typing
It is important to qualify each stage to move further for the next stage.
About the ssc cgl 2019 court case
So, the exam for stage 1 was conducted from 03/03/2020-09/03/2020. The student qualifying the cutoff set by the commission appeared for the stage 2 process which was held from 15 Nov 2020 – 18 Nov 2020. As the exam is conducted in various shifts, the paper level may vary. So, to equalize the level of examination final scores of students are calculated by the formula through the normalization process.
However, the level of the 18th November exam is considered to be very easy with respect to the previous shift of 15th and 16th November. Resulting in inequalities of raw marks scored by the candidates. So, as the normalization process is applied to reach the final score there became a more disparity in the final marks.
Sources cite, that there was a reduction of more than 300-400 marks in some cases for 18th November students. On the other hand, there was an increment of 70-80 marks for 15th and 16th November students. Following, this trend a batch of students facing discrimination has approached the supreme court for ssc cgl 2019 court case with a PIL(public interest litigation). Subsequently, the Supreme Court will look into the matter and decide what to do with the future of students. For any further updates related to this, we will keep you posted.
Will ssc cgl 2019 process be delayed due to court case?
This is a doubt and a concern for many aspirants who have cleared the cutoff and moved to the next stage of the selection process. However, for the time being, the further process of recruitment is being carried out by the staff selection commission. Moreover, the process is ramped up to cover up the mistake done by the commission- “As alleged by some section of students and teachers”.
On the other hand, those who could not qualify due to ambiguous and unfair normalization process, are hoping for justice from the honorable supreme court.
What students can do?
However, for the time being, the matter is with the court and you can just hope that justice is done to everyone in ssc cgl court case 2019. Certainly, the recruitment process is very slow and many are waiting to get their dream job. Meanwhile, you can stay united and fight for your rights against this tedious and vague process by the commission. Moreover, you keep on preparing for forthcoming examinations in 2021. Stay tuned, for the latest updates related to ssc cgl 2019 court case!! We will keep you posted on daily basis.
More About SSC CGL 2020-2021
Above all, It is the biggest exam conducted at the graduation level in India. Approximately, staff selection commission fills 7000-8000 every year for various government departments. But over the years there is a subsequent reduction in vacancies.
In addition, some of the departments with posts are:
- Firstly, Central Excise and Custom Inspector
- Secondly, Income tax Inspector
- Thirdly, Examiner post in Custom department
- Fourthly, Sub Inspector in Central Bureau of Investigation
- Inspector in Narcotics
- Tax Assistant in CBEC and CBDT
- Audit Officers in various Ministries
- Enforcement Officer in department of Revenue.
Above all, these are all prestigious jobs that every candidate dreams of. However, this dream is washed for some and delayed for some due to ssc cgl 2019 court case.
SSC CGL 2019-2020 Eligibility criteria
Candidates willing to apply in SSC CGL must be a citizen of India, Nepal or Bhutan. Tibetan refugees who came to India before 1st January 1962 intending to live here permanently are allowed to apply for SSC CGL. Persons of Indian origin who migrated from other countries intending to live here permanently are allowed to apply for SSC CGL. All the candidates other than Indian citizens have to collect the certificate of eligibility issued by the government of India.
SSC CGL Exam Pattern 2020-2021
Firstly, the exam is conducted in 4 stages.
|TIER||TYPE||MODE||No. of Questions and Sections||TOTAL MARKS|
|Tier-1||Objective||Online||Quantitative Aptitude – 25|
Reasoning – 25
English – 25
General Awareness – 25
|Tier-2||Objective||Online||Maths – 100 (2 marks each)|
English – 200 (1 mark each)
|Tier-3||Descriptive||Pen and Paper||Essay, Letter, Precise, etc(2 questions)||100|
|Tier-4||Skill Test/Typing||Wherever applicable||Wherever applicable||Qualifying|
Above all, the entire process needs to be speed up and be fair enough for the aspirants.
SSC CGL latest Examination pattern
The latest examination pattern for SSC CGL is provided by the officials of the Staff Selection Commission in the notification published on 29th December 2020. SSC CGL is a 4 layered examination scheme. The tier I and tier II examinations of SSC CGL is a computer-based test and the questions are objective type. Questions are provided in both English and Hindi language except for the English comprehension test.
Tier III examination is based on pen and paper mode and tier IV examination is organized to verify data entry skill or computer proficiency level of candidates.
As SSC CGL is conducted in various stages, marks obtained by the candidates are normalized to decide cut-off marks and to generate a merit list. However, Answer Key is published by the officials after completion of SSC CGL on the Staff Selection Commission site. Moreover, Candidates can challenge the answers within a stipulated time paying a fee of 100 rupees per question. All the complaints against the answer key are scrutinized by the commission officials before finalizing the answer key and declaration of merit list.
Miscellaneous information about exam patterns:
- Firstly, In the tier-I examination of SSC CGL 0.50 marks are deducted for each wrong answer.
- In tier II examination 0.25 marks are deducted for each wrong answer in the English Language and Comprehension test (Paper-II) and 0.50 marks are deducted for each wrong answer in paper I, paper III, and paper IV.
- Paper I and II in tier II examinations are compulsory to attend for all posts.
- However, The candidates who want to apply for the vacancies of Junior Statistical Officer are bound to attend questions of paper III as well.
- Candidates who want to apply for the vacancies of Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant accounts officer are bound to attend questions of paper IV.
Applications for re-checking answer sheets of SSC CGL are not entertained by the commission.
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SSC CGL 2019 Vacancy
For the last 4-5 years there is a trend of decrease in the number of vacancies, as alleged by students while protesting. There are a total of 7935 vacancies in the last SSC CGL recruitment. Among those 1046 vacancies for SC candidates and 510 vacancies for ST candidates are solely reserved. 1858 vacancies are kept reserved for candidates belonging to OBC. Unreserved candidates can secure 2891 vacancies in this examination. 730 vacancies are reserved for candidates belonging from the Economically Weaker Section (EWS). There are 256 seats reserved for Ex-servicemen, 21 seats for visually handicapped persons, 88 seats for other handicapped persons, and 33 seats for other PwD candidates.
SSC CGL age limit 2019-2020
For applying to the post having an age limit of 18-27 years has to be born within 2nd January 1994 and 1st January 2003, both dates inclusive. Candidates who want to apply for the posts having an age limit of 20-27 years have to be born between 2nd January 1994 and 1st January 2001, both the dates are included. For applying to the posts having an age limit 20-30 years should have a birth date between 2nd January 1991 and 1st January 2001 where both the dates are included.
However, Candidates who want to apply for the post having a maximum age limit of 30 years should have a birth date between 2nd January 1991 and 1st January 2003.
And, For the posts having upper age limit of 32 years, candidates’ birth dates should lie between 2nd January 1989 and 1st January 2003. Moreover, Candidates belong to scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribes (ST) are relaxed by 5 years in the upper age limit to apply in SSC CGL.
And also, Candidates belonging to other backward castes (OBC) are provided with 3 years of relaxation in the upper age limit of application. Divorced women can apply for SSC CGL up to 35 years and the same category candidates belong from SC/ST can apply up to 40 years of age.
Age relaxation for PwD candidates
- Persons with Disabilities (PwD) in the unreserved category are relaxed by 10 years in the upper age limit.
- PwD candidates belong from OBC get a relaxation of 13 years and PwD candidates belong from SC/ST get a relaxation of 15 years for applying in SSC CGL in upper age limitation.
Age relaxation for Army personnel and central government employees
- Ex-servicemen get a relaxation of 3 years after deduction of the military service period.
- Disabled defense personnel gets a relaxation of 3 years and same category candidates belong from SC/ST get a relaxation of 8 years in the upper age limit.
- Civilian employees from the central government can apply up to 40 years of age and the same category candidates belong from SC/ST can apply up to 45 years for SSC CGL vacancies.
SSC CGL Exam syllabus
In the tier-I examination of SSC CGL general intelligence, general awareness, quantitative aptitude, and English comprehension skill of candidates are examined. The general intelligence and reasoning section consists of verbal and non-verbal questions.
General intelligence section includes questions to check the ability of candidates’ normal problem-solving skills. Different cognitive abilities of candidates are judged in this section.
Questions in the general awareness section of SSC CGL are designed for testing the candidates’ awareness of the environment and the events that happen around his/her. This section also includes questions based on current events occurring across the globe. Everyday observation of candidates and their scientific aspects are judged in this section which is expected from an educated person. Questions in this section are related to India and its neighboring countries especially about the culture, geography, history, economic conditions, general policies, and scientific researches.
Similarly, Questions present in the quantitative aptitude section of SSC CGL test the candidate’s ability to use numbers and problems related to handling numbers. Moreover, Candidates’ analytical skills and sense of arranging the data given are judged in this section.
In the English Comprehension test of SSC CGL candidate’s ability to understand correct English is judged. Basic comprehension and candidates’ ability to write correct English are tested in this section.