Staff Selection Commission has released the admit card/ call letter for SSC Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment Examination 2016. Candidates who’ve applied for the post of JHT can now download SSC Junior Hindi Translator Admit Card from the official SSC Portal. The Written Examination for SSC JHT will be conducted on 19 June 2016.
Download SSC Junior Hindi Translator Admit Card
Depending on the region you’ve applied from, you can download your SSC Junior Hindi Translator Admit Card/ Call Letter from the links below.
|Region||SSC JHT Admit Card|
|Western Region||Download Call Letter|
|Central Region||Download Call Letter|
|Eastern Region||Download Call Letter|
|KKR Region||Download Call Letter|
|North-Western Region||Download Call Letter|
|Northern Region||Download Call Letter|
|Southern Region||Download Call Letter|
|Madhya Pradesh Region||Download Call Letter|
If you are not able to retrieve your SSC JHT Call Letter, follow these simple steps
- Visit the Official SSC Website.
- From the top header, Select ‘Admit Card’.
- Enter your Registration Number and Date of Birth and submit for retrieving your Admit Card for SSC Junior Hindi Translator Examination.
- Take a Printout for future reference.
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Pattern
The Scheme of Written Examination consists of two papers. The first one is Objective MCQ based and other ones is Conventional Subjective Type. The candidates who are able to qualify in the written examination will be called for the interview round.
Paper-I: Objective Type
- General Hindi : 100 marks
- General English : 100 marks
Paper-II: Conventional Type
- Translation and Essay: 200 Marks
- Interview: 100 Marks
Hence, the total marks for SSC JHT Recruitment will be out of 500, which will be distributed among Written Exams (200+200) and Interview (100). The maximum marks allotted to each paper and the number of questions are as follows.
|Part||Subject||Number of Questions||Marks|
| Paper – I
| General Hindi
(100 from each section)
| Paper – II
|Translation & Essay||—||200|
There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in Paper-I. The following timings have been set for both SSC JHT Paper I and Paper II.
| Paper – I
|2 Hours||10:00 A.M. to
| Paper – II
|2 Hours||2:00 P.M. to
This all the relevant information you need for SSC JHT Exam Pattern for both objective and subjective papers. All the Best for the upcoming SSC JHT Examination.
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