"Because all four-tier examinations, i.e., Tier I to IV, have already been conducted, the respondents are prohibited from revealing the CGLE 2019 result until the O.A., i.e. O.A. No. 925/2021, has been resolved."
The candidates' results will be stored in a sealed envelope, and appointment letters to successful candidates will not be sent out until the Tribunal has resolved the O.A.
When the O.A.
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The respondents will also inform the respondents, via a post on their official website [due to the enormous number of candidates who are participating in the examination, as mentioned above], that their appointment would be contingent on the outcome of O.A. No. 925/2021."
"The Commission has also filed a Miscellaneous Application for an early hearing of OA.No.925/2021 before the Hon'ble CAT, Principal Bench, New Delhi."
"The Commission has received a substantial number of representations / CPGRAMS from CGLE 2019 candidates regarding the status of the aforementioned examination's final result."
"Candidates for the CGLE 2019 have filed the following court cases: Sushil Gaur & Ors.
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According to speculations, the SSC CGL 2019 Final Result will be released on February 15, 2022.
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