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: As announced earlier, Staff Selection Commission has declared scientific assistant result 2017 on Tuesday. Now, SSC scientific assistant result 2017 is available at the official website of the board at ssc.nic.in. SSC scientific assistant 2017 exam was conducted from November 22 to November 25, 2017 to recruit Scientific Assistants in the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

With the result of this examination, about 1102 posts are to be filled. SSC scientific assistant 2017 was a computer based open competitive examination. The exams consisted of two hours having two parts and comprised of 200 questions carrying 200 marks. The commission had released a notification on January 31, confirming that the Scientific Assistant written exam result will be declared on February 13, 2018.

Steps to check SSC scientific assistant result 2017

  • Go to ssc.nic.in
  • Clock on the results link for Scientific Assistant in IMD Examination 2017 result in the latest news section
  • A pdf page containing the link for result and write-up on the exam will appear
  • Go to the results page View result
  • Take a printout

SSC says that its vision and mission is to select suitable candidates for the government in an objective and transparent manner at the group ‘B’ (non-gazetted) and group ‘C’ (non-technical) levels and to develop recruitment processes which will enable recruitment of manpower conducive for good governance. The Commission also aim to ensure total objectivity and impartiality in the recruitment of personnel for the government and to provide suitable and adequate manpower in time to the user organisations.

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