SSC CGL 2016: Vacancies Increased | Latest Posts List Here!!


The tentative list of SSC CGL 2016 vacancies has been released recently giving an insight into the number of jobs that would be available for qualifiers of the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) exam held in the year 2016.Now, candidates who had chosen the respective posts can look forward to the number of openings in their departments.

 

The Staff Selection Commission conducts SSC CGL exam ever year to fill-up vacancies in Group B & C cadre in the central government departments and offices.

 

Candidates have to submit their post preferences at the time of registration which will be considered for final appointments, after qualifying in Tier I, II & III exams.

 

How Many SSC CGL 2016 Vacancies?

In any recruitment, the number of vacancies are disclosed at the time of notification.But in SSC CGL, the total posts are not revealed while inviting applications for exams.

 

Since many different govt departments require group B & C employees, they inform about the vacancy positions to SSC regularly.The commission then compiles the data & places it on their website before the next exam is conducted.

 

SSC CGL 2016 vacancies increased: As per the latest vacancy list published by SSC, a total of 9941 jobs are available for candidates.

 

Note: This is an updated compilation as on March 2017, released by the commission which seems to be an increase from the earlier lists.

 

 

The official document with department-wise vacancy list can be downloaded from the website here [pdf]

 

If you had appeared for the CGL exam, two questions would pop up in your mind - Were SSC CGL 2016 vacancies increased? How many SSC CGL 2016 vacancies are expected?

 

With the staff selection commission putting up the latest list of vacancies, such doubts would be clarified now we hope.You can also look forward to know whether you have the chance to get your preferred post or not.


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