Staff Selection Commission conducts the SCC JHT examination every year. The exam for SSC JHT is conducted in two Parts. The Paper 1 and Paper 2. Through this recruitment process, SSC recruits candidates for the Post of Junior Hindi Translator, as per the requirement arises every year. The recruitment takes place in the month of August every year. On this page, you will get all the important and basic details about SSC JHT Recruitment.
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam
AS said above the recruitment takes place in the month of August and November, and the no of candidates are recruited by the Commission according to the requirements arise every year. Check here exam dates of SSC JHT Exam.
|SSC JHT Exam 2018||To be announced|
|SSC JHT Exam 2019||Aug & Nov 2019|
SSC JHT Exam Paper Pattern
Paper-I consisted of Objective Type- Multiple choice questions only. Paper-II would be evaluated in respect of only those candidates, who attain the minimum qualifying standard in Paper-I or part thereof as may be fixed at the discretion of the Commission.
There was negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in Paper-I. Candidates are, therefore, advised to keep this in mind while answering the questions.
The Commission may at its discretion, fix qualifying marks in Paper-II.
Canvassing in any form will disqualify the candidates.
SSC JHT Exam Selection Process
- The Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in both the papers Paper-I & Paper-II.
- The candidate allocation will be informed to the various Departments depending upon their merit position and the option exercised by them.
- The Candidates belonging to SC, ST, OBC, and PH (PWD), who are selected on the merit without the relaxation put into exercise will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies but they will be accommodated as per general/unreserved vacancies
- The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SCs, STs, OBCs, and PH (PwD) candidates which will, thus, comprise of SC, ST, OBC, and PH candidates who are lower in merit than the last general candidate on merit list of unreserved category but otherwise found suitable for appointment even by relaxed standard.
- An Ex-Serviceman or persons with disability (PWD) category candidate who qualifies on the basis of relaxed standards in the age limit criteria, experience or qualifications criteria, etc. will be counted in the reserved category, not general category.
- The recommendation of these candidates at the relaxed standards only up to the extent that the number of vacancies reserved for them, to make up for the deficiency in the reserved quota, irrespective of their rank in the order of merit still exists.
- Deduction of the military service applicable from the age of Ex-Servicemen is permissible against the reserved or unreserved posts. Such exemption cannot be termed as relaxed standards in regard to age for Ex-Serviceman
- Merely passing the written examination does not imply in any case that the candidate has been successful in securing a seat in the SSC JHT exam 2018. It gives no right to any individual appointment unless SSC government is satisfied with the candidate’s suitability in all respects. After this enquiry, the candidate will be considered suitable
for the position.
- Any candidate not fulfilling the eligibility criteria in any respect will be discarded. Therefore, the candidates should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission.
- Admission to the examination will be purely provisional.
Probation period after the selection
- Candidates, who are appointed on the basis of the performance in the written examination, shall be put on a probation period of 2 years.
- During the probation period, the candidates would be required to undergo functional training or pass such examinations as prescribed by the Controlling Authority.
- Only after the successful completion of the probation period, the candidates will be considered for appointment and their joining will be confirmed by the Controlling Authority.
SSC JHT Exam Syllabus
Indicative Syllabus for written examination:
- General Hindi: 100 marks (Objective type)
- General English: 100 marks (Objective type)
The questions will be designed to test the candidates’ understanding of the languages and literature, correct use of words, phrases and idioms and ability to write the languages correctly, precisely and effectively. The questions will be of degree level.
- Translation and Essay: 200 Marks (Conventional Type)
The paper will contain two passages for translation-one passage for translation from Hindi to English and one passage for translation from English to Hindi, and an Essay each in Hindi and English, to test the candidates’ translation skills and their ability to write as well as comprehend the two languages correctly, precisely and effectively.
The level of the paper will be consistent with the educational qualifications prescribed.
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