SSC JHT 2020 Exam Day Guidelines – Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) exam is 02 days away. The Paper 1 exam of SSC JHT is scheduled to take place on November 19, 2020. The SSC JHT 2020 admit card is also available at the regional website of SSC. For this, SSC has issued some general instructions at ssc.nic.in. Candidates who are appearing for Junior Hindi Translators, Junior Translators, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Posts must read these instructions carefully. Read more about SSC JHT 2020 Exam Day Guidelines, SOPs, Last Minute Preparation Guide in this article.
SSC JHT 2020 Exam Day Guidelines
The SSC JHT Paper 1 exam was earlier scheduled for October 06, 2020. However, the exam got postponed and rescheduled to November 19, 2020. Check the important dates for SSC JHT exam below.
|Release date of admit card||06 Nov onwards|
|SSC JHT Exam Date Paper 1|
|SSC JHT Exam Date Paper 2||31 Jan 2021|
Official Website: ssc.nic.in
SSC JHT 2020 Exam Day Guidelines
As we know, the examination of SSC Junior Hindi translator is taking place in between the Corona crisis. SSC has taken all major and minor precautions to conduct the exam successfully. For this, the Commission has also published general instructions for the candidates appearing for SSC JHT exam on November 19, 2020. Check the SSC JHT exam day guidelines below.
- Candidates are advised to reach the exam centre as per the time slot mentioned on the admit card.
- No candidate is allowed to enter the exam centre after the closing time.
- While reporting at the exam centre, aspirants have to carry certain documents. These are discussed in the next section in detail.
- Along with these documents, aspirants are asked to carry a hand sanitizer in a transparent bottle.
- Aspirants have to wear face mask/ face shield all the time inside and outside the exam centre to avoid COVID-19 spread.
- They can also carry their own water bottle.
- Also, take a print out of the COVID-19 self-declaration form available with the admission certificate.
- Do not carry prohibited items such as watches, books, pens, chits, magazines, electronic gadgets such as mobile phones, scanner, calculator, cameras to the exam centre.
- Candidates are advised not to wear any kind of ornament such as nose pin, bracelets, earrings, charms kadas, etc. Religious/ customs require candidates to report exam centre a few minutes before the reporting time.
Exam Day Guidelines
Click here to get the COVID-19 Self-declaration form for SSC JHT
Social Distancing Guidelines by SSC
SSC JHT 2020 Admit Card – Now Available!
The admit card for SSC JHT exam is now available at ssc.nic.in. Candidates can download the same through a login using their Registration Number and Date of Birth. Use the direct link available below to get SSC JHT admit card 2020.
Click here to download SSC JHT admit card 2020
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Document to carry to SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2020 Exam Centre
To the exam centre, aspirants are asked to bring some documents with them. These are compulsory to carry to the SSC JHT exam for the verification purpose. Here is the checklist of documents that candidates need to carry to SSC Junior Hindi translator exam.
- A printed copy of SSC JHT Admit Card
- 02 colored passport size photograph
- Any valid id proof. It can be any one of the following –
- Aadhar Card
- Voter ID
- Driving License
- PAN card
- School ID
- Service ID card
- Any other govt. Id proof.
SSC JHT Exam Pattern
Revise the basics of SSC JHT exam with the help of the examination pattern available in this section. Candidates must remember that there is a provision of negative marking in SSC JHT exam 2020.
- Mode of examination: Computer-based test
- Type of questions: Objective type questions
- Subjects: General Hindi and General English
- Number of questions: 100 questions
- Maximum marks: 100 marks
- Duration of examination: 02 hours (02 hours 40 minutes for candidates eligible for Scribe)
- Marking Scheme:
- +1 marks for each question
- Negative Marking of 0.25 marks
- Mode of paper: Offline Exam (OMR based)
- Type of questions: Descriptive type questions
- Subject: Translation and Essay
- Maximum Marks: 200 marks
- Duration of exam: 02 hours (02 hours 40 minutes for candidates eligible for Scribe)
SSC JHT Syllabus
Now that candidates have exam pattern, have a look at the syllabus as well. Go through it once to ensure that no topic is left untouched as questions are asked from each of the prescribed topics.
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Preparation Tips
As the exam is around the corner, here are some last-minute preparation tips. These will boost the candidate’s confidence and help them to score more in the examination.
Tip #1 First tip is to revise the important topics. These can be some recurrent topics, some experts suggested topics.
Tip #2 Go through the vocabulary once. Start with the synonyms, antonyms, idioms, phrases. Take short online mock tests to check where candidates remember vocabulary or not.
Tip #3 Keep practicing the previous year question papers regularly. Utilize the last minute to practice and revise.
Tip #4 There are several youtube videos published by SSC JHT experts on how candidates can prepare well for the JHT exam.
SSC JHT Exam 2020 – Revise With Us!
Every preparation is incomplete without proper revision. It helps candidates to revisit the topics and subjects that they have studied so far. In this section, we have provided the preparation and revision video by Testbook.
SSC JHT Preparation and Revision Tips by Testbook
About SSC JHT
The recruitment exam for SSC JHT is conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC). The posts that are offered under the exam are as follows – Junior Hindi Translators, Junior Translators, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Posts. To get appointed under any of these posts, candidates have to appear for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Based on the performance in Paper 1 + Paper 2, candidates are shortlisted for Document Verification round. Those who have applied for Junior Translator in BRO have to appear for an additional round which is physical and medical standard test.