In an earlier notification, SSC modified the date for conducting SSC CGL 2017 is now scheduled from 5th August to 24th August 2017. The next phase of the exam i.e. TIER 2 will be conducted on 10th and 11th November 2017 and Tier III will be conducted on 21stJanuary 2018.
SSC CGL Admit Card 2017 for Tier I exam is now released in the official website www.ssc.nic.in. The candidates who have applied for the exam can now go to the official website and retrieve admit cards from the websites of their respective regions.
How to view your SSC CGL Admit Card 2017 | Step by Step Procedure
- Visit SSC website www.ssc.nic.in
- Click on the Admit card tab as shown below
- A pop up will appear listing all the regional website for the SSC CGL 2017 Admit Card Download, where you can download your SSC CGL Admit card for Tier1 exam 2017.
- You need to visit the regional website and click on a link “admit card for Combined Graduate Level, 2017(CGLE)”.Keep ready with your roll no or registration number which you have got when you applied for SSC CGL 2017.
- If you don’t know your roll no you can log in via your name and date of birth.
- Download admit card and the venue and date of exam will be mentioned in your respective admit card.
- Also, before you go for you SSC CGL Tier1 exam, read all the important instructions here- Click here for SSC CGL exam instructions.
We hope, this article was helpful in providing you with useful information regarding download SSC CGL Admit card 2017 or download SSC Graduate Level Tier1 exam admit card 2017, which will be conducted between 5th August 2017 to 24th August 2017.
You can download your SSC CGL admit card 2017 from the links below
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