SSC CGL 2024 Notification Delay: Students Wait Anxiously

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Noida, June 15, 2024 The SSC CGL 2024 notification, which was supposed to be released on June 11, 2024, has been delayed. Many students who want to apply for the exam are now waiting anxiously for the new date. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) did not give a reason for the delay, leaving students confused and worried.

Why This Matters ?

The SSC CGL exam helps fill many important government jobs. Last year, in 2023, the SSC CGL exam helped fill 8415 jobs. This shows how important this exam is for many students who want to work in government jobs. Now, with the SSC CGL 2024 notification delayed, these students are unsure about their future plans.

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Students’ Concerns

Many students are upset because they cannot plan their studies and applications without the SSC CGL 2024 notification. One student said, “We are eagerly waiting for the notification to plan our applications.” This delay is causing a lot of stress among students.

What SSC Says

The SSC has said that the new date for the SSC CGL 2024 notification will be announced soon. They asked students to keep checking the official SSC website (ssc.gov.in) for updates. But without a clear date, students are finding it hard to stay focused.

Looking Ahead

It is important for the SSC to quickly announce the new date for the SSC CGL 2024 notification. This will help students plan their studies and applications better. Students hope that the SSC will be clear and quick in their communication to reduce their worries.

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The delay in the SSC CGL 2024 notification has made many students anxious. The SSC needs to act fast and give a new date to help students plan properly. Students can check the official SSC website for the latest updates.

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