SSC CPO, JHT, Steno Exam Dates: Exam dates for the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) CPO, JHT, and Stenographer for 2024 have been announced. The notification for SSC JHT 2024 is scheduled for July 23, 2024. The availability of the application form will occur between July 23 and August 21, 2024. The examination is scheduled for October and November of 2024. The notification for the SSC CPO 2024 is scheduled for February 15, 2023. The application deadline for the examination is March 14, 2024. The examination is scheduled for May to June of 2024. The notification period for SSC Stenographer 2024 will commence on July 16, 2024. By August 14, 2024, the application must be complete. The examination is scheduled for October and November of 2024.
Recruitment for Stenographer Grade C (Group B Non-Gazetted) and Grade D (Group C) positions with various ministries, departments, and organizations require an annual SSC Stenographer examination. The SSC administers the SSC CPO exam at the national level to identify qualified applicants for the Sub-Inspector (SI) position in the Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs). The Staff Selection Commission administers an open competitive examination to recruit junior Hindi translators and senior Hindi translators for various Government of India ministries, departments, and organizations.
Procedure for SSC CPO, Stenographer, and JHT Selection
Following the submission of Papers 1 and 2, the SSC JHT selects candidates through document verification. Based on their performance in Paper 1, candidates will be shortlisted by category to proceed to Paper 2. Candidates who have passed Papers 1 and 2 will be invited to undergo document verification. The final determination of which ministries or departments to be assigned will be predicated on the candidates’ performance in Papers 1 and 2, in addition to their preferences for particular posts.
All candidates who register for the SSC CPO examination are required to sit for Paper I. Candidates who demonstrate promise in Paper I will be invited to participate in the PET/PST examination. Although mandatory, the PET/PST is qualifying in nature. Only candidates who pass the PET/PST will be granted access to the Paper II examination. Candidates who have achieved satisfactory results in Papers I and II will be invited to participate in the medical examination. Those applicants who pass the medical examination will be required to submit comprehensive documents for verification. The ultimate determination and distribution of personnel will be predicated upon the candidates’ performance in Papers I and II, as well as the posts they indicate a preference for during the document verification process.
The selection procedure includes a skills test and a computer-based examination. Candidates who pass the computer-based examination are invited to participate in the skill test. Although mandatory, the skill test is qualifying. For each position, the SSC will establish category-specific qualifying marks for skill examinations. Merited candidates will be taken into consideration for the final selection process, provided they complete the skill test. The final allocation of candidates is determined by their performance on the computer-based test and the post-preferences they indicate during document verification.