SSC CGL 2022: Know Your Final Vacancy Positions and Preference Form Details

SSC CGL 2022: The final vacancy list and option cum preference forms for SSC CGL 2022 have been published on The final results will be released shortly.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination every year to recruit eligible candidates for various Group B and Group C posts in different ministries, departments, and organizations of the Government of India.

As per the latest update, the final vacancy positions for SSC CGL 2022 have been released by the commission. Candidates who have qualified for the examination can check the vacancy positions for their respective category and posts on the official website of SSC.

In addition to that, the commission has also released the preference form for the qualified candidates to fill. The preference form allows the candidates to select the posts of their choice and preference for the allocation of their respective posts.

It is important for the candidates to fill the preference form carefully, as it will determine their allocation to the final posts. The final results of SSC CGL 2022 are expected to be announced soon by the commission.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the Combined Graduate Level test (SSC CGL 2022) option-cum-preference form as well as the final list of vacancies to be filled through the test.

Candidates can access these documents by visiting

As previously stated, candidates must complete this form between April 27 and May 1 via candidate login. Following that, the SSC CGL 2022 final results will be announced.

The SSC CGL 2022 tier 1 test was held in a computer-based format from December 1 to 12, 2022, while the tier 2 exam was held from March 2 to 7, 2022. The Tier 1 exam results were released on February 2.

Option-cum-preference form for SSC CGL 2022

According to the final openings, SSC CGL 2022 will fill 36,012 unreserved, SC, ST, OBC, and EWS jobs, as well as 2,940 ESM, 451 OH, 424 HH, 277 VH, and 263 additional PwD posts in various central government agencies.

The commission stated that it does not collect state/zone-specific jobs and suggested applicants contact departments that use the SSC CGL test for a list of state/zone-specific opportunities.

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