The notification for SSC JHT 2021 is still not out. Yet, approximate dates can be predicted on the basis of past trends. Interested candidates need to be alert at the possible time, and keep checking for any new development. But do not worry, we will always keep our website updated and also provide you with the link to download the official notification. SSC JHT Exam Date will be updated soon.
The Paper-I of SSC JHT 2021 may be conducted in the month of August. Also, the result of Paper-I can be out in September. Paper-I is an objective, computer-based paper that checks on the candidates’ grasp of English and Hindi grammar and language as a whole.
Paper-II will possibly be conducted in November, and the results should be out by December. This paper goes deeper into your understanding of the languages and assesses them. So, it is descriptive in nature; and you will need to write your answer with pen on paper.
Admit cards for the two phases of the written exam will be issued separately. Also, you will be able to download your hall ticket at least 7 days before your exam. Of course, this is true for both papers.
For your information, Paper-II of SSC JHT 2020 was held on 14th February 2021. So, you can understand that if everything goes as expected based on some sources, this year the exam will happen way earlier. But again, do not forget that we still are not completely out of the clutches of this horrific pandemic. The third wave is just lurking about, and given the circumstances, the dates may very well change.
SSC has not yet released the official notification for JHT 2021. But we can assume dates based on the past. So, interested candidates must be alert at that time, and keep checking for any updates.
There are two phases in the SSC JHT exam. Paper-I is objective and computer-based (CBT), whereas Paper-II is descriptive and pen-on-paper. This exam checks the applicants’ written proficiency in Hindi and English, and of course, the extent of expertise in translating Hindi to English and English to Hindi.
The eligibility criteria for applying to SSC JHT 2021 are different for different posts. Yet, it is safe to say that you should at least be a graduate from a recognized university with English/ Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject at the degree level.
|Official website of SSC||https://ssc.nic.in/|
|Official Notification of SSC JHT 2021||Yet to be released|
|Start & End of application||Yet to be announced|
|Mode of application||Online|
|Application fee||Rs. 100/- (for UR/ OBC/ EWS)
SC/ ST/ PWD/ Women candidates do not have to pay.
|Posts included||Junior Hindi Translator, Hindi Pradhyapak, Senior Translator, Junior Translator|
|No. of phases||2|
|Mode of exam||Phase-I: CBT
Phase-II: Pen & Paper
|Type of exam||Phase-I: Objective (MCQ)
Based on their scores in both the papers, SSC will select the candidates for the Document Verification (DV) round, which is the last step before actually landing up in the job. During this, you can show your preference of departments/ Ministries.
The upper age limit for applying is 30 years. Yet, relaxations are there for some of the reserved categories.
The official notification for SSC JHT 2021 is not yet out. But we can assume the time based on the past. Also, interested and eligible candidates should be alert at the possible time, and keep checking for any new updates. Yet, we will always keep our website updated and also provide you with the link to download the official notification.
|Official Notification of SSC JHT 2021||not released|
|Application starting & ending dates||not announced|
|Release of admit card||At least 7 days before the exam|
|Result of Paper-I||Sept|
|Release of the final result||Dec|
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Ans. In both the papers, the qualifying marks are 30% for Unreserved candidates, 25% for EWS and OBC candidates, and 20% for other reserved categories.
Ans. The exam centres for SSC JHT 2021 are:
Central Region or CR (Bihar and UP) – Patna, Bhagalpur, Agra, Purnea, Kanpur, Bareilly, Meerut, Lucknow, Varanasi, Prayagraj
Eastern Region or ER (West Bengal, Sikkim, Odisha, Jharkhand, Andaman & Nicobar Islands) – Kolkata, Gangtok, Bhubaneshwar, Ranchi, Port Blair
Karnataka Kerala Region or KKR (Karnataka, Kerala, and Lakshadweep) – Bengaluru, Thiruvananthpuram, Kochi
Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region or MPR (MP and Chattishgarh) – Raipur, Bilaspur, Durg-Bhilai, Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur
North Eastern Region or NER (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, and Nagaland) – Guwahati, Shillong, Agartala
Northern Region or NR (Delhi, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan) – Delhi, Dehradoon, Roorkee, Haldwani, Bikaner, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Udaipur, Sikar
North Western Sub-Region or NWR (Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir) – Patiala, Jalandhar, Mohali/ Chandigarh, Simla, Hamirpur, Jammu
Southern Region or SR (Telengana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry) – Vijaywada, Hyderabad, Chennai
Western Region or WR (Daman & Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Gujrat, Maharashtra, and Goa) – Rajkot, Ahmedabad, Amravati, Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Panaji
Ans. If two or more candidates get the same aggregate marks in Paper-I & II, the tie will be broken by considering the following one after another: