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SSC Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment 2023

SSC JHT RECRUITMENT 2023

SSC JHT (Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator) recruitment. Please note that the details may have changed since then, so I recommend visiting the official SSC website or checking the latest notifications for the most up-to-date information.

SSC JHT is a competitive examination conducted by the Staff Selection Commission of India to recruit candidates for the posts of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak in various government departments and ministries. Here are some key points about SSC JHT recruitment:

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SSC JHT IMPORTANT DATES

EventDate
Application begins20 July 2023
Last date to apply4 August 2023
Last date for fee payment5 August 2023
Computer Based ExaminationOctober 2023

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR SSC JHT 2023

The eligibility criteria for the SSC JHT (Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator) exam may vary slightly from year to year, so it’s important to refer to the official SSC JHT notification for the most up-to-date information. However, as of my last knowledge update in September 2021, here are the general eligibility criteria for SSC JHT:

1. Educational Qualification:

   – For Junior Translator in Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS) and Ministry of Railways/Ministry of Defence posts:

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in Hindi with English as a compulsory or elective subject, or vice versa, or

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in any subject with Hindi and English as compulsory subjects at the degree level.

   – For Senior Hindi Translator in various Central Government Ministries/Departments/Offices posts:

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in Hindi with English as a compulsory or elective subject, or vice versa, or

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in any subject with Hindi and English as compulsory subjects at the degree level.

     – And two years of experience in translation work from Hindi to English and vice versa in Central or State Government offices, including Government of India Undertakings.

   – For Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices posts:

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in Hindi or English with English or Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject at the degree level, or

     – Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with Hindi and English as main subjects (compulsory or elective), which includes the term compulsory and elective.

– For Hindi Pradhyapak (in Central Hindi Training Institute) post:

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in Hindi with English as a compulsory or elective subject, or vice versa, or

     – Master’s degree from a recognized university in any subject with Hindi and English as compulsory subjects at the degree level.

     – And two years of experience in teaching Hindi at the Senior Secondary level.

2. Age Limit:

   – The age limit may vary depending on the post and category of the candidate. Age relaxation is provided to candidates belonging to reserved categories, as per government rules.

CategoryAge Relaxation as per Govt. Rules
SC/ST5 years
OBC3 years
PWBD 10 years
PWBDEx-Servicemen
PWBD15 years
Ex- Servicemen03 years after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date for receipt of application.

3. Nationality:

   – Candidates must be Indian citizens, or they should be subjects of Nepal, Bhutan, or Tibetan refugees who came to India before January 1, 1962, and have the intention to permanently settle in India.

Again, please note that these eligibility criteria are based on the information available as of September 2021. It’s essential to check the official SSC JHT notification for the specific eligibility requirements and other details for the current year’s recruitment.

SSC JHT APPLICATION PROCEDURE 2023

The application procedure for the SSC JHT (Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator) exam typically involves several steps. Please keep in mind that the application process may change from year to year, so it’s crucial to refer to the official SSC JHT notification for the most up-to-date information. However, I can provide you with a general overview of the application procedure as of my last knowledge update in September 2021:

1. Online Registration:

   – Visit the official website of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC): https://ssc.nic.in/

   – Look for the SSC JHT notification on the website. The notification is usually released a few months before the examination date.

   – Click on the notification link to access the detailed advertisement, which contains essential information such as eligibility criteria, exam dates, syllabus, and application procedure.

2. Online Application Form:

   – Once you’ve read the notification and ensured that you meet the eligibility criteria, click on the “Apply” or “Online Application” link provided in the notification.

3. Registration:

   – If you’re a new user, you’ll need to register by providing basic details such as your name, date of birth, email address, and mobile number. You’ll receive a registration ID and password on your registered email and mobile number.

4. Filling the Application Form:

   – Log in using the registration ID and password provided.

   – Fill out the SSC JHT application form carefully, providing accurate personal and educational details.

   – You’ll also need to select the post you’re applying for (Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, or Hindi Pradhyapak).

5. Uploading Documents:

   – Scan and upload the required documents, including your passport-sized photograph and signature, as per the specifications mentioned in the notification.

6. Payment of Application Fee:

   – Pay the application fee online using a credit card, debit card, net banking, or other accepted payment methods. The application fee amount and payment details will be mentioned in the official notification.

7. Final Submission:

   – Review all the information provided in the application form for accuracy.

   – After verifying the details, click on the “Submit” or “Final Submit” button.

8. Generation of Application Confirmation:

   – After successful submission, you’ll receive a confirmation message along with a unique application number. Make sure to note down or save this application number for future reference.

9. Print Application:

   – It’s advisable to take a printout of the submitted application form for your records.

10. Admit Card:

    – SSC will release admit cards for eligible candidates a few weeks before the examination. You can download your admit card from the SSC website using your registration details.

Please note that the above steps provide a general overview of the SSC JHT application procedure. For the most accurate and up-to-date instructions, refer to the official SSC JHT notification for the specific year you plan to apply.

SELECTION PROCESS OF SSC JHT 2023

The selection process for SSC JHT (Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator) typically consists of two stages: Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates who qualify Paper-I are eligible to appear for Paper-II. Here’s a detailed overview of the selection process:

1. Paper-I (Objective Type):

   – Paper-I is an objective type paper that tests the language and general knowledge skills of the candidates.

   – It consists of two parts: Part-A (General Hindi) and Part-B (General English).

   – Each part is further divided into sections, testing various aspects of language and general knowledge.

   – Part-A (General Hindi) and Part-B (General English) are common for all the posts.

   – Negative marking is applicable, with a penalty for wrong answers.

   – The duration of Paper-I is typically 2 hours (120 minutes).

   – The marks obtained in Paper-I are used to shortlist candidates for Paper-II.

2. Paper-II (Descriptive Type):

   – Paper-II is a descriptive type paper that assesses the translation and writing skills of the candidates.

   – It involves translation from English to Hindi and Hindi to English.

   – The duration of Paper-II is usually 2 hours (120 minutes).

   – This paper is qualifying in nature, meaning the marks obtained in Paper-II are not added to the final merit list. However, candidates must secure minimum qualifying marks in Paper-II to be considered for the next stage of the selection process.

3. Document Verification:

   – After the declaration of the Paper-I and Paper-II results, candidates who have qualified in both papers are called for document verification.

   – During this stage, candidates need to provide and verify their educational and other relevant documents.

   – Make sure to carry all the required documents in original and photocopies as specified in the notification.

4. Final Merit List and Selection:

   – The final merit list is prepared based on the marks obtained by candidates in Paper-I (subject to qualifying Paper-II) and the preferences given by the candidates for various posts.

   – Candidates are allocated to the different posts based on their rank in the merit list and their preferences.

   – After allocation, candidates are required to undergo a medical examination as per the specific requirements of the post.

It’s important to note that the SSC JHT examination is conducted for the recruitment of candidates to various posts, including Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, Hindi Pradhyapak, etc. The specific duties and responsibilities associated with each post may vary, so candidates should carefully read the notification to understand the job profile of the posts they are interested in.

Additionally, the selection process and criteria may change from year to year, so it’s crucial to refer to the official SSC JHT notification for the specific year you plan to apply for the most up-to-date information regarding the selection process and eligibility criteria.

SSC JHT EXAMINATION PATTERN 2023

The SSC JHT (Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator) examination consists of two papers: Paper-I and Paper-II. Paper-I is an objective type paper, while Paper-II is a descriptive type paper. Here is the examination pattern for SSC JHT:

Paper-I (Objective Type):

– Paper-I is a Computer-Based Examination (CBE) conducted in multiple-choice questions (MCQ) format.

– The questions are available in both English and Hindi, except for the English paper.

– The paper is divided into two parts: Part-A and Part-B.

Part-A: General Hindi

  – It tests the candidate’s proficiency in Hindi language and consists of 100 questions.

  – Each question carries 1 mark, and the total marks for this part are 100.

Part-B: General English

  – It tests the candidate’s proficiency in the English language and also consists of 100 questions.

  – Each question carries 1 mark, and the total marks for this part are 100.

– There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

– The total duration for Paper-I is 2 hours (120 minutes).

– The maximum marks for Paper-I are 200.

Paper-II (Descriptive Type):

– Paper-II is a descriptive type paper that tests translation and writing skills.

– It consists of two passages for translation, one from English to Hindi and one from Hindi to English.

– The paper is designed to assess the candidate’s translation skills and the ability to express thoughts clearly and precisely in both languages.

– The maximum marks for Paper-II are 200.

– The duration of Paper-II is 2 hours (120 minutes).

Note:

– Paper-II is qualifying in nature. Candidates must secure minimum qualifying marks in Paper-II as specified by the SSC to be considered for the next stage of the selection process.

– The marks obtained in Paper-I are used to shortlist candidates for Paper-II.

– The final merit list for SSC JHT is prepared based on the marks obtained in Paper-I (subject to qualifying Paper-II) and the preferences given by the candidates for various posts.

Candidates are advised to carefully go through the official SSC JHT notification for the specific year they are applying to get detailed information about the examination pattern, syllabus, and any changes in the selection process. Additionally, thorough preparation, including practicing previous year’s

question papers and mock tests, is essential to perform well in the SSC JHT examination.

SSC JHT SYLLABUS 2023

The SSC JHT (Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator) examination has a specific syllabus for Paper-I and Paper-II. Below, I’ll provide an overview of the syllabus for both papers:

Paper-I (Objective Type):

Paper-I consists of two parts: Part-A (General Hindi) and Part-B (General English). Each part tests the candidate’s proficiency in the respective language. Here’s the syllabus for Paper-I:

Part-A (General Hindi):

 

1. Grammatical Topics:

   – हिन्दी व्याकरण (Hindi Grammar)

   – वचन (Number)

   – कारक (Case)

   – संज्ञा (Noun)

   – सर्वनाम (Pronoun)

   – क्रिया (Verb)

   – काल (Tense)

   – संधि (Sandhi)

   – समास (Compound words)

   – क्रिया विशेषण (Adverb)

   – विशेषण (Adjective)

   – समुच्चयबोधक (Conjunctions)

   – अव्यय (Adverb)

   – पर्यायवाची शब्द (Synonyms)

   – विलोम शब्द (Antonyms)

   – मुहावरे और लोकोक्तियाँ (Idioms and Proverbs)

2. Vocabulary:

   – Vocabulary building, including synonyms, antonyms, and usage of words.

Part-B (General English):

1. Grammar:

   – Spotting the Error

   – Fill in the Blanks

   – Synonyms and Antonyms

   – Idioms and Phrases

   – One-word Substitution

   – Sentence Improvement

   – Active and Passive Voice

   – Direct and Indirect Speech

2. Vocabulary:

   – Vocabulary building, including synonyms, antonyms, and usage of words.

3. Reading Comprehension:

   – Comprehension passages and questions based on them.

4. Writing Ability:

   – Ability to write essays, letters, reports, and other types of formal and informal writing.

 

Paper-II (Descriptive Type):

Paper-II is a descriptive paper that tests translation and writing skills in both Hindi and English. The syllabus includes:

1. Translation:

   – Two passages for translation, one from English to Hindi and one from Hindi to English.

2. Writing Skills:

   – Essays, précis, paragraphs, and other writing tasks.

It’s essential to prepare thoroughly for both papers of the SSC JHT examination. Practicing previous year’s question papers, taking mock tests, and improving language proficiency are key to performing well in this exam. Additionally, candidates should refer to the official SSC JHT notification for the specific year they are applying to ensure they are aware of any changes in the syllabus or examination pattern.

JUNIOR HINDI TRANSLATOR  VACANCY

Vacancies for this year are yet to be announced.

Postvacancy
Junior Translatorto be notified later
Junior Hindi Translator
 Senior Hindi Translator to be notified later

SSC JHT SALARY 2023

Many posts are coming under this examination. According to the post salary details are given below:

PostLevelPay Scale
Junior Translator Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS)6Rs. 35,400-1,124,00
Junior Translator in M/O Railways (Railway Board)6Rs. 35,400-1,124,00
Junior Translator in Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ)6Rs. 35,400-1,124,00
Junior Translator / Junior Hindi Translator subordinate offices who have adopted Model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT6Rs. 35,400-1,124,00
Senior Hindi Translator In various Central Government Ministers/ Departments/ Offices7Rs.44,900- 1,42,400

 

FAQS BASED ON SSC JHT 2023

1. What is SSC JHT?

   – SSC JHT stands for Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator. It is a competitive examination conducted by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit candidates for the post of Junior Hindi Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak.

2. What is the eligibility criteria for SSC JHT?

   – The eligibility criteria may vary slightly from year to year, but generally, candidates should have a Master’s degree in Hindi/English with English/Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject or as a medium of examination. For specific eligibility details, refer to the official SSC JHT notification.

3. What is the selection process for SSC JHT?

   – The SSC JHT selection process typically consists of two papers: Paper-I (Objective Type) and Paper-II (Descriptive Type). Candidates who qualify in Paper-I are eligible to appear for Paper-II. Final selection is based on the performance in both papers.

4. What is the syllabus for SSC JHT Paper-I?

   – Paper-I includes topics related to General Hindi and General English, including grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure, and translation from English to Hindi and vice versa.

5. What is the syllabus for SSC JHT Paper-II?

   – Paper-II is a descriptive paper where candidates are required to write essays and translations in Hindi and English. The syllabus includes translation and essay writing.

6. Is there a negative marking in SSC JHT examination?

   – Yes, there is negative marking in Paper-I of the SSC JHT examination. One-fourth (0.25) of a mark is deducted for each incorrect answer.

7. What is the age limit for SSC JHT exam?

   – The age limit for SSC JHT varies based on the post. Generally, the age limit for Junior Hindi Translator and Senior Hindi Translator is up to 30 years, while for Hindi Pradhyapak, it is up to 35 years. Age relaxation is provided to candidates belonging to certain categories.

8. What is the salary structure for SSC JHT posts?

   – The salary for SSC JHT posts falls under the Pay Level 6 of the 7th Central Pay Commission. The exact salary varies based on the city of posting and other allowances.

9. How can I apply for SSC JHT?

   – You can apply for SSC JHT by filling out the online application form on the official SSC website when the notification is released. You will need to pay the prescribed application fee as well.

10. Where can I find more information about SSC JHT?

    – You can find detailed information about SSC JHT, including notifications, exam dates, and application procedures, on the official website of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC).

Please note that the specific details and eligibility criteria may change from year to year, so it’s essential to refer to the official SSC JHT notification for the most up-to-date information when you plan to apply.

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