I appeal to the DoPT and the PMO through this FB post to advise the SSC to issue a corrigendum amending the date... fb.me/1L9W1VEG0
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It is reliably learnt that the reexamination of Tier I of CGLE 2013 may be held on 13th July 2014 in the other... fb.me/1kv2aRrVG
Two things are clear from SSC's CHSL Paper I result. 1. SSC will not allow candidates appearing for any Paper more than once. I had decided in 2012 that the lesser of the marks will be taken into account. That is a much better option than spending time and effort in establishing which is the later privation. 2. The descriptive paper included by me in CHSL Exam to check frauds is there to stay. But, in a regime where online examination is contemplated at even first stage at huge expenditure, descriptive paper has no place. In any case, the bilingual descriptive paper will confer additional advantage to candidates from Hindi speaking States and other language States will be the losers in all SSC Examinations henceforth. Trilingual Question Papers proposed by me for all SSC Examinations in 2012- lying unattended to in DoPT and probably forgotten by SSC itself, is the solution.