SSC IMD scientific assistant exam result expected to be declared today

SSC IMD scientific assistant exam result

The SSC IMD scientific assistant 2017 results are likely to be declared on February 13, that is, today. The written examination for the post of scientific assistant to be recruited in India Meteorological Department (IMD) was held from November 22 to November 25, last year. As per latest reports, the result of the scientific assistant written examination 2017 is expected to be declared on Tuesday by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on its official website. Once declared, the results can be viewed on ssc.nic.in.

Candidates can go to ssc.nic.in and click on the results link for Scientific Assistant in IMD Examination 2017 result in the latest news section of the website. After clicking on the link, the candidates will get to see a pdf page containing the result link and a write-up regarding the exam. They need to click that link and after that, they will be directed to the result page. There, the candidates have to enter the login details and view their results. Earlier, on January 31, the commission had issued a notification informing that the Scientific Assistant 2017 written exam result for recruitment in India Meteorological Department (IMD) will be declared on February 13, 2018.

The IMD 2017 was a computer-based competitive examination to recruit Group B Non-Gazetted, the Non-Ministerial post of Scientific Assistant in India Meteorological Department (IMD). There were total 1102 posts for recruitment of scientific assistant in IMD. The written test consisted of two parts comprising of total 200 questions and each question carried 1 mark. The total duration of the exam was two hours. In its official website, SSC mentioned that the vision and mission of SSC 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 that would enable recruitment of manpower conducive for good governance.

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