Richa Kapoor|Oct 6, 2021
SSC CGL Answer Key 2021: Last date to raise objection at ssc.nic.in
SSC will close the SSC CGL provisional answer key objection window today at 6:00 PM. Visit the official website to challenge the answer key of SSC CGL 2021.
NEW DELHI: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will close the objection window of SSC CGL answer key 2021 today at 6:00 PM. Candidates who appeared in SSC CGL tier 1 exam can raise the objections against the SSC CGL provisional answer key 2021 by logging on official website - ssc.nic.in using the roll number and date of birth. To raise the objections, candidates need to pay SSC CGL answer key challenge fees of Rs. 100 and attach valid proof to support the objections.
SSC released the SSC CGL provisional answer key 2021 on September 2, 2021. The final answer key of SSC CGL 2021 will be released once the objections raised by candidates will be reviewed.
SSC CGL 2021: Important dates
SSC CGL 2021 exam date
August 13, 2021 to August 24, 2021
CGL 2021 answer key release date
September 2, 2021
Last day to challenge SSC CGL 2021 answer key
September 7, 2021
SSC CGL Answer Key 2021: Steps to raise objections
Visit the official - ssc.nic.in
On the homepage, click on SSC CGL tier 1 answer key link
The SSC CGL answer key PDF will be open.
Click on the link available in PDF and enter registration number and date of birth
The SSC CGL provisional answer key will be displayed on the screen
Click on the tab ‘Raise objection’
Choose the question and explain reason for the objection
Pay the SSC CGL answer key challenge fee of Rs. 100 per question/answer
Candidates must take the printout of SSC CGL answer key objection acknowledgment slip.
Note: The objections sent after closing of SSC CGL answer key objection window through mail or any medium will not be entertained.
SSC CGL Result 2021
SSC will declare the SSC CGL 2021 result in online mode after the release of the final answer key of SSC CGL. Candidates can download the SSC CGL result 2021 using the roll number and password from the official website - ssc.nic.in. Candidates can check the SSC CGL cut off which will be released along with the result of SSC CGL tier 1 exam.