SSC JHT Recruitment 2018: Candidates can check their Hindi Translator, Pradhyapk Paper I exam marks at ssc.nic.in
SSC JHT recruitment: Last month on March 28, the SSC also came out with vacancy details of the recruitment, which is taking place to fill 46 vacancies for 14 different departments.
SSC JHT recruitment 2018: Candidates who appeared for the Paper I exam of 2018 Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination 2018, can see their results as Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the marks of all the candidates. Those who took the exams can check their marks at Staff Selection Commission's official website- ssc.nic.in. Notably, the commission on March 22, had declared the result for Paper I of JHT, SHT, JT, and Hindi Pradhyapak recruitment but the marks were released yesterday. As many as 15,573 aspirants appeared for the SSC examination and of that 2,041 cleared the test to become eligible to take the Paper II exams.
Last month on March 28, the SSC also came out with vacancy details of the recruitment, which is taking place to fill 46 vacancies for 14 different departments. Of these 46 vacant positions, 29 belong to general category, 13 to OBC, and 2 each for SC and ST categories. Candidates can check their marks for SSC JHT 2018 Phase I examination in the steps given below:
1. Candidates should first visit the SSC's official website-ssc.nic.in
2. Now click on the link under ‘Latest News’ section to open a PDF
3. The pdf will show the link, which candidates need to click the link
4. After clicking the link, you need to enter the requisite details
5. Finally, you can see your marks whose printed out you should take for future reference
The SSC conducted the Tier-I exam on January 13th, 2019 and the notification for the same was released in October 22, 2018. Candidates should know that the details of Phase II examinations will be released soon.
Notably, the Staff Selection Commission has its headquarter in New Delhi. All Examinations as well as administrative matters are submitted to the Chairman through two members. The Secretary functions under both the members. The commission is headed by a Chairman who is assisted by two members and a secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations. They are further supported by other officers and staff of the HQ, and by a regional network of offices established at various locations.
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For smooth conduct of examinations, a large network of examination centres/sub-centres have been formed in different parts of the country for the convenience of the candidates. The Commission has been provided with a Regional set-up at Allahabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore and two Sub-Regional Offices at Raipur and Chandigarh.
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