SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam – Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared SSC Stenographer 2018 Skill Test result. Get the direct link to check SSC Stenographer Skill Test result from this article. The skill test for the qualifiers of SSC Stenographer CBT 2018 was conducted on November 11, 2019. Also, SSC has revised the vacancies of SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2018. There are total 1464 vacancies for SSC Stenographer 2018. The selection procedure of SSC Stenographer 2018 includes Computer Based Test and Skill Test. Qualifiers in the CBT are issued the Admit Card for the Skill test which will be held at the Commission’s Regional/ Sub Regional Offices or at other Centre. Get here complete details of SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam.
Latest: SSC List of Final Vacancies of Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2018 is Out!! Scroll down to check.
SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam
Every year lakhs of candidates apply for the SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam. If we analyze last year data 2,24,618 candidates appeared for the exam and at last 8469 candidates were qualified for Grade C while 15004 candidates were qualified for Grade D. This year Computer Based Examination will hold on September 04 to 08, 2018.
|SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam||Important Dates|
|Commencement of online application|
22 Oct 2018
|Last date to submit the application form and fee|
20 Nov 2018
|Last date for making the Online Application Fee Payment||21 Nov 2018|
|Last date for making the Offline Application Fee Payment||26 Nov 2018|
|Issuance of the admit card for CBT||29 Jan 2019|
|Computer Based Examination||05 to 07 Feb 2019|
08 Feb 2019 (Canceled exam held dated 05 Feb 2019)
|Re- exam of Canceled exam of 5th Feb||08 Feb 2019|
|Answer Key For CBT||08 Mar 2019|
|Declaration of Result for CBT||15 Apr 2019|
|Admit card issuing for Skill Test||To be announced|
|Date of Skill test||11 Nov 2019|
|Result declaration for Skill Test|
|Declaration of Final Result||30 Nov 2020|
SSC Stenographer 2018 Skill Test Final Revised Vacancies & Option Form
The final vacancies for the post of Grade C and Grade D has been released.
Vacancies of SSC Stenographer 2018
SSC released revised vacancies of SSC Stenographer 2018. There are total 1464 vacancies. In all 473 vacancies are for SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and 530 are reserved for SSC Stenographer Grade ‘D’.
|Category||Vacancy in Stene Grade ‘C’||Vacancy in Stene Grade ‘D’|
To check detailed vacancy of SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2018, Click here
Selection Proces of SSC Stenographer 2018
The selection process comprises two steps, the First step is Computer Based Test and the Second one is the Skill Test. CBT is consisting of objective type question. Commission set the provision for negative marking in CBT. The candidate who will appear for the CBT and obtain minimum qualifying marks will have to appear for the next step Skill Test.
Skill test is the next step of the selection process, in which the candidates have to type the dictated matter on the computer. The candidates have to type the dictated matter in a given time frame. At last, those who will clear Paper I, II and Document verification round will get the confirmation letter. SSC will put them for a probation period of two years. On completion of the probation period, candidates will get the permanent appointment.
SSC Stenographer Skill Test 2018
Candidates who have obtained qualifying marks in the Computer-based test (CBT) are eligible to sit for the SSC Stenographer Skill Test 2018. It is of qualifying in nature. In the Skill test, the candidates get one dictation for 10 minutes in English/ Hindi at the speed of 100 word per minute (w.p.m) for the post of Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and 80 w.p.m. for the post of Stenographer Grade ‘D’. The candidates need to complete the dictation as per the time given below:
Compilation of Merit List for SSC Stenographer
SSC will compile the Final merit list after the declaration of Result. SSC will prepare the merit list on the basis of candidate’s performance in Computer Based Test and Skill Test. The candidates have to perform well in both of the Tests. SSC will appoint the candidates on different departments according to their position in the merit list.
Resolution of Tie Cases
While compiling the merit list SCC will resolve the tie if two or more candidates will obtain the same marks. SSC will opt these methods to resolve the tie.
- If tie found then the candidate with more Marks in a Computer Based Examination will get preference.
- If the tie still exists then the candidate with more Marks in Paper II will be preferred.
- If a tie still persists the older age candidate will get the preference.
- At last, if the tie remains same then SSC will follow the Alphabetical order.
Result of SSC Stenographer 2018
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) publishes the result for Stenographer recruitment test online at its official website. The final result consists of scores and rankings in the descending order of ranking. The result of SSC Stenographer 2018 examination is consist of the name, category, roll number, etc of those candidates who have qualified the Test. The result has been published by the Commission after releasing the answer key. The Final result will be based on the overall performance of the applicants in the exam. The candidates who qualify the Computer Based Test have to appear in the Skill Test
Answer Key of SSC Stenographer 2018
The Answer Key of SSC Stenographer 2018 examination is available on this website as well as an official website. Answer Key is very important for candidates. SSC uploaded the answer key at ssc.nic.in. The answer key has been released for a Computer Based Examination and it is tentative. The final answer key will be released after taking the objections on SSC Stenographer Answer Key 2018.
Re-Exam Notice for SSC Stenographer 2018
SSC is conducting the re-exam for the first Shift of examination held on February 05, 2019. SSC has canceled the exam due to the enabling of e-calculator on the candidate’s console. The candidates are not allowed to use the calculator. Now the examination will be held again as per the schedule provided above.
Re-examination Examination Schedule and Exam Center
Admit Card for SSC Stenographer 2018
Staff selection commission is going to conduct examination for recruitment to government Stenographer posts. The admit card for the SSC Stenographer 2018 has been updated on the official website of SSC. The candidate who has applied for the post can download the admit card for the Computer Based Examination, and those who will clear the CBT will be issued the Admit Card for Skill Test. The candidates can download the admit card on the commission’s website, or they can download the same on the “Admit card” page. The Admit Card will be released region wise, so the candidates have to click on the region wise link in order to download the admit card.
Notification of SSC Stenographer 2018 Exam
SSC Stenographer Application Form
The application process of SSC Stenographer was open as per the schedule. The candidates who were interested in filling the application form. The candidates should note that. the dates for applying and submitting the application fee is different. The application forms were available on the official website of SSC i.e. ssc.nic.in. The application form had some steps. Step 1 is Registration, Step 2 is the Application form filling & Payment of Fee, Step -3 is final which is printing application form. After attempting all the steps the Application process completed. Skipping any step can cause Application Rejection. Try to fill application form accurately, as SSC will not provide any chance to modify details on the application form.
Rs. 100/- for Unreserved Candidates. The candidates falling under Woman, SC / ST, Ex-Serviceman Category were exempted from payment of the fee. The fee was Non – Refundable.
Mode of Payment
There are two modes of payment. The candidates can use either way
- Offline through SBI Challan
- Online through SBI Net Banking / Credit/ Debit Cards of any Bank.
Eligibility Criteria of SSC Stenographer 2018
Nationality: The candidate must be an Indian Citizen.
- a subject of Nepal,
- Or the subject of Bhutan, Or
- A Tibetan refugee who came over to India, before January 01, 1962, with the intention of permanently settling in India,
- or a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania(Formerly Tanganyika 2 and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.
The candidate must have passed Senior Secondary Examination or equivalent from a recognized Board or University.
Age Limit: The candidates must be 18 – 30 years and 18 – 27 years as on January 01, 2019 for the post of Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and Stenographer Grade ‘D’ respectively.
Age Relaxation: There is some sort of age relaxation policy which is applied to this post.
- For SC/ST candidates the age relaxation is up to maximum 5 years.
- For OBC candidates the age relaxation is up to 3 years.
- In this context, the Physically Handicapped candidates, (OBC 13 years, SC/ST 15 years, General 10 years).
A candidate with Hearing Impairment is not eligible for SSC Stenographer 2018.
Check more about eligibility on “Eligibility page“.
Exam Pattern of SSC Stenographer 2018
From below candidates can see the detailed exam pattern for SSC Stenographer 2018. Exam Pattern helps the candidates to know about the duration of the examination, question types, marking scheme etc.
+1 for Correct Answer, -1/4 for Incorrect one
There will be a computer-based examination.
- Questions asked would be multiple choice questions.
- Except for Part III, questions will be in English and Hindi.
- There will also be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for the wrong answer.
Stenography test will be of qualifying in nature. Only those candidates will appear in Steno Skill Test 2018, who will get qualifying marks in the computer-based examination.
Candidates will sit for a skill test.
- wherein they will be given a dictation for 10 minutes in English / Hindi at 100 wpm (for Grade C) and 80 wpm (for Grade D).
- The dictated matter will have to be typed on the computer.
- Transcription time will follow.
Official website: www.ssc.nic.in