The Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination-2016 was conducted by Staff Selection Commission for 1,49,330 candidates in the Computer Based Mode in two shifts per day at 356 venues in 57 cities (centres) across the country from 30th November 2016 to 2nd December 2016, in which 1,20,933 candidates (80.93%) have actually appeared.
The Examination went off successfully without any untoward incident in 333. The Commission has received representations from some of the candidates alleging that they faced technical and other related problems during the examination at some of the venues. The Commission is having the representations received upto 9th December 2016, objectively and comprehensively examined through the Technical Service Provider. This process will be completed soon. Those candidates, whose grievances are found to be genuine, would be intimated for re-examination.
The Commission has decided to conduct re-examination for such affected candidates tentatively on 12-13 January 2017. The Commission, after due examination of video footages, has taken a serious view of certain candidates found to have been actively involved in disturbing and instigating other candidates to disrupt the process of the examination. The Commission proposes to take appropriate action against such candidates, which may include disqualification and debarment for a period of three years, in consonance with the extant guidelines
Source: SSC official website
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