SSC CPO Class 1 Result 2023 Date Phase 1 Recruitment for Sub Inspector (SI) of Delhi Police and Central Armed Forces (CAPF) and Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), total 1876 posts available from across the country. Are. Awaiting the results of Level 1 examination to be held from 3 to 5 October 2023.

Education Desk, New Delhi. SSC CPO Tier 1 Result Date 2023: Updates for the candidates who appeared in the CPO Tier 1 exam 2023 conducted by the Staff Selection Commission. The first phase of recruitment for a total of 1876 posts of Delhi Police and Central Armed Forces (CAPF) Sub-Inspector (SI) and Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) 2023 will be held from October 3 to 5. Candidates from all over the country are waiting for the results of class one examination. The committee has not yet announced the date of declaration of results, but based on the trends of previous years and media reports, the results may be declared in the first week of November.

SSC CPO Tier 1 Result 2023: Result to be released at ssc.nic.in

Staff Selection Commission will announce the Delhi Police/CAPF SI and CISF ASI Level 1 Exam Result 2023 on the official website ssc.nic.in. Under this provision, a list of such candidates will be released by the Commission who have been shortlisted for the next stage i.e. Tier II on the basis of their performance in Tier I.

To check their roll number in these lists, candidates have to go to the result section after visiting the website where the SSC CPO Tier 1 Result 2023 link will be activated. Candidates will be able to know their result by clicking on this link and then searching their roll number in the opened PDF file.

SSC CPO Level 1 Result 2023: What is the cutoff?

Candidates should note that SSC will determine the minimum passing marks i.e. cut-off score for declaring successful admission in Level 1 which will vary depending on the category and gender. According to exam experts of Jagranjosh, SSC CPO Tier 1 cutoff for unreserved male candidates may be between 120-125, while for female candidates the cutoff may be between 110-120.

The EWS category is 100-115 for women and 120-125 for men. The score of female OBC candidates can be maintained at 100-110 marks and the score of male candidates can be maintained at 115-125 marks. The cut-off marks for SC/ST female candidates may be set at 80-90 and the cut-off marks for male candidates may be set at 100-110 and 85-95 respectively.