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The Staff Selection Commission has notified the confirmed date for the declaration of result of SSC JHT Paper II. The result will be announced on September 29, 2017. The SSC JHT examination was held to recruit the eligible candidates for the post of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak. The recruitment examination was conducted in two papers that are the paper I and paper II. The result of paper I was released on July 10, 2017, in which total 2,042 candidates out of 10,353 were qualified for the paper II examination.
To examine the candidates further for the recruitment, a written examination for SSC JHT Paper II was held on August 6, 2017. Paper II was held to determine the translation skills and candidate’s ability to write as well as comprehend the two languages correctly, precisely and effectively. The SSC JHT Paper II was conducted for the candidates who qualified the paper I of SSC JHT examination. The result of paper II will release exactly the same as it was released for the paper I.
The result of SSC JHT paper II will be published on the official website of the Staff Selection Commission at ssc.nic.in It will be released in the pdf format in the result section. The result of paper II for JHT will be considered as the final result for the recruitment. The result tab shall contain three section i.e, write up, result and marks. The mark list shall determine the marks of all the candidate who have appeared for SSC JHT Paper III. The final result of the examination shall contain the name, category and roll number, department, rank, post and of the candidate who shall qualify the SSC JHT Paper II examination.
To check the result, candidates just need to visit the official website. Click on the notification that reads “Combined Recruitment of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination, 2017 – declaration of the final result (Paper – II). Then in the exam section click on the result and scroll down to check your name in the list.
The result of paper II shall be determined on the basis of the performance of the candidate in the examination. To qualify the examination, candidates must secure the marks in according to the cut off marks as prescribed by the Staff Selection Commission.
On the basis of marks obtained in SSFC JHT paper II, the qualified candidates will be called for the document verification. Those candidates will be recommended for the appointment at the concerned posts. The candidates will be allocated in accordance of their merit and the preferences for which they were eligible. The posting of the candidate to the concerned post will do by keeping the vacancy, position, category and other important details in mind. The commission has also determined the method of resolving the ties between two or more candidates.
If in case 2 or more candidates secure equal marks then to resolve the tie by comparing the marks in the written examination (paper I and paper II). If still the marks are equal then the date of birth of both the candidates will be compared and the older one will be placed higher. At last, if still the tie is not resolved then the Alphabetical order in the first names of the candidates will be considered.
Some times due to technical or other reasons, some candidate’s result is difficult to evaluate. In such cases, conducting body take time to evaluate the result of those candidates. Therefore, don’t hesitate or panic if your name shall not be mentioned in any of the published list. The commission shall release a separate list for such candidates later on the notified dates.
All the decisions of the recruitment will be done by the Staff Selection Commission related to selection and allotment of posts/organizations to selected candidates will be final and binding on the candidates and no inquiry/correspondence will be entertained in this regard.