Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and ‘D’ 2019 result on April 15, 2019. The result announced for the Computer-Based examination, held from February 05 to 08, 2019 at its official website, ssc.nic.in. SSC released the result in the form of pdf which contains the name, roll number, and category of qualified candidates. Along with result the write-up file also released.
Total 27164 candidates are shortlisted for skill test, in which 11211 are for Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and 15953 are shortlisted in the Stenographer Grade ‘D’ for skill test.
On April 12, 2019, the Commission notified the number of vacancies to be filled by the SSC Stenographer 2019 exam. In Stenographer Grade ‘C’ total of 505 vacancies are introduced, and 696 vacancies are reserved for SSC Stenographer Grade ‘D’.
Along with the result, the writeup contains the cut off marks for each category. The marks of the candidates who appeared in the examination will be uploaded on the website through login fro April 19, 2019. The candidates will be able to chcek their marks using their registration number and password within 30 days of marks displaying.
As the result contains the name, roll number, and category of the candidate, so if a candidate finds any details incorrect can visit the regional offices SSC immediately to bring the matter into the notice of SSC.
Earlier the tentative answer key for SSC Steno has been released on March 08, 2019, and the objection window was opened till March 11, 2019. Along with the answer key, the response sheet was also released, and the Commission advised the candidates to take the print of response sheet. For each objection, the candidates had to submit the objection fee of Rs. 100/-.
A status report was released just after the examination, which told, 4,36,910 candidates registered for the Stenographer exam, in which only 1,85,357 (42.43%) appeared for the exam. All across the country total, 208 venues in 107 cities were selected for the examination.
To address the difficulty variation in all shifts of examination, the Commission decided to use normalization method in while preparing the final score of candidates for computer-based examination.
All the qualifiers will be called for the skill test, however, the date for the skill test has not been announced. These dates and instructions will be intimidated soon on the regional websites of SSC. The qualified candidates will be issued the admit card for skill test.
The skill test will be qualified in nature, the candidates just have to qualify the test. The final merit list of the candidates will be on the basis of the marks obtained in Computer-based examination only.
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