The notification of Junior Hindi Translator has been released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on October 22, 2018. Along with notification the application window also activated o the same day at ssc.nic.in. The JHT Application window will work abruptly till November 19, 2018. After this date, it will not be possible to register for JHT.
A proper 30-day window has been provided to register, however, there is the relaxation of two days for making the payment through online. And the period of relaxation is extended to 07 days in case of offline payment through challan, November 21 (05:00 PM), and 26 are the deadlines for making payment through the online window and through SBI challan respectively. The application fee of JHT is Rs. 100/- for the unreserved category, and women candidate and candidates belonging to SC, ST, and PWD are exempted from payment of the fee.
Along with the application process, the announcement for the conduction of Paper I for JHT has been also made. For the knowledge of the candidates, we should tell them that there are two papers in the selection process of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak.
So the Paper I which is computer-based test will hold on January 12, 2019. However, apart from this, there is no date for admit card releasing. But after completion of the application process which will end in November 2018, it can be speculated that SSC may issue the admit card at the mid or end of December 2018. As SSC releases the admit card at least 02 or 03 weeks prior to the examination.
Vacancies for the recruitment has not been announced yet. SSC will introduce them during the course.
Who is eligible to be a Junior Hindi Translator?
An Indian Citizen whose age should not exceed 30 years and have a Master’s degree in any discipline is eligible to fill the application form of JHT.
The age limit and educational qualification of the candidates will be considered form January 12, 2018. However, the candidates of the reserved category will be provided the age relaxation as well.
The candidates ahve to undergo two papers to be recruited as JHT, JT, Senior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak. The paper I is a computer-based test, which is objective in nature. The question paper will be comprised of 100 questions of 100 marks on general Hindi and English. The candidates have to complete the exam within 02 hours. There is the provision of negative marking as well.
After paper I SSC will arrange the conduction of paper II for the qualifiers of paper I. As of now there is no date for the conduction of Paper II of JHT. The paper II is a conventional type (written examination). The candidates have to write the essay and make the translation of the given phrase.
After selection, the candidates will be provided there monthly salary as per the pay scale provided here.