SSC CHSL Result: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on Monday said it will look into the SSC CHSL exam papers for which several candidates raised concerns of being disqualified after deduction in marks because of the new ‘Unfair Means’ or UFM rule. Also Read - UPPSC APO Prelims 2020: Result Announced, Check on

SSC chairman Brij Raj Sharma said that the Commission received several complaints from candidates who appeared for the CHSL Tier-II 2018 exam that they had failed because of the unfair means rule, as a result, seeking its removal. Also Read - DRDO CEPTAM 2019: Result of Tier-1 Exam Announced, Check on

The descriptive paper, in which most candidates raised complaints, carried a total of 100 marks and the passing mark is 33. Also Read - SSC to Announce New Dates For CHSL, JE, Steno Grade C & D After May 3

Under the UFM rule, candidates have even received zero marks in the exam if they wrote an essay crossing the word limit by 10 per cent. This is only one of the instances of means of negative marking under the new rule.

Some other UFM rules include:

1. Not sticking to the given format for letter writing

2. Including more information than what is provided for candidates

3. Giving away the candidate’s name in the exam paper

4. Doing rough work, writing random words in the answer sheet

5. Not filling the required essential informationin response sheet, and more.