Staff Selection Commission (SSC), has released the short recruitment notification for the Stenographer in Grade C & D in the Employment Newspaper dated September 14 to 20. As per the notification, a detailed advertisement is to be released on SSC official website, ssc.nic.in tomorrow, i.e September 17, 2019.
A 12th passed candidate between the age group of 18-27 Years are eligible to apply for SSC Steno exam 22019. SSC Steno selection will be done through Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2019, skill test followed by document verification.
The candidates are selected on the basis of Computer Based Test and Skill Test.The computer-based examination takes place in the month of September, and the Skill Test takes place after the conduction of the CBT.
In CBT, questions will be asked from General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, and English Language and Comprehension. The total marks of the paper is 100 and there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks. Whereas, during skill test, candidates 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.
The cut off marks of stenographer grade C as per the last year is 120 for UR, 111.5 for OBC, 107.5 for SC, 90.25 for ST, 90 for OH, 89.5 for VH. For stenographer grade D, it is 107.25 for UR, 99 for OBC, 94.5 for SC, 75.25 for ST, 74 for OH, and 58.75 for VH.
Candidates who qualify all the stages in the selection process have to appear in the document verification process. Candidates have to carry original copy of a valid id proof, matriculation certificate, educational certificates, caste certificates, OH / HH / VH certificates, 6 passport sized photograph and two sets of photocopies for all these documents.
If two or more candidates obtain equal marks, the tie will be break by first considering the marks secured in CBT, then in skill test, followed by date of birth (i.e older candidates will be placed higher).
SSC Stenographer is an all India competitive examination conducted for recruitment to the post of Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’. Almost 2 lakh candidates register for the exam every year but only a handful are recruited.