SSC JHT Recruitment: SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Pattern, Details and Insights
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the official notification for Junior Hindi Translator (JHT). The interested candidates can apply for the same on the official website from April 17 to May 16, 2020, which is currently postponed. As per the eligibility goes, the candidate needs to hold a Master’s Degree in any discipline with Hindi and English as compulsory subjects from recognized university/institution. The selection procedure will consist of two papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2. The paper 1 will have 100 questions of General Hindi and 100 questions of General English which will be an objective-type paper and computer-based test. The paper 2 will be of 200 marks having questions of Translation and Essay. Both papers will be of 2 hours each.
SSC JHT Recruitment 2018: Important Dates
Submission of application form: April 17, 2020 (Postponed)
Last date for application form: May 16, 2020 (Postponed)
Downloading of admit cards: Date yet to be announced
Online Examination (Paper 1): October 01, 2020
Result of Online exam (Paper 1): Date yet to be announced
Online Examination (Paper 2): January 2021
Result of Online exam (Paper 2): Date yet to be announced
Application fee: Rs. 100
SSC JHT Recruitment 2020: Eligibility Criteria
The candidates applying for the recruitment of Junior Hindi Translator post conducted by SSC should go through the eligibility criteria.
Nationality / Citizenship: The candidate must be a citizen of India
Age of the candidate: Maximum Age: 30 years
Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe - 5 years
Other Backward Classes- 3 years
Physically Handicapped (PH)- 10 years
Physically Handicapped (PH)+OBC- 13 years
Physically Handicapped (PH)+SC/ST- 15 years
Ex-Servicemen- 3 years
Domiciled in J&K during 1st Jan 1980 to 31st Dec 1989- 5 years
Defence Personnel Disabled- 3 years
Defence Personnel Disabled+SC/ST- 8 years
The candidate needs to be a postgraduate with English and Hindi as compulsory from a recognised university/institution.
SSC JHT Recruitment: Exam pattern
As SSC Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment Exam will be conducted in two parts: Paper 1 and Paper 2, the exam pattern for both papers is different. Paper 1 is Computer-Based Test and Paper 2 is Written Test.
Paper 1 Exam Pattern:
Online test (CBT), i.e., Paper 1 will be of 200 marks.
The exam will have 200 MCQs type questions.
The total duration of the exam will be 120 minutes.
Sections in the exam: Two
General Hindi for 100 marks.
General English for 100 marks.
Marking scheme: 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer and 1 mark will be allotted for each right. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate; there will be no penalty for that question.
Paper 2 Exam Pattern:
Subjective Paper, i.e., Paper 2 will be of 200 marks.
The total duration of the exam will be 120 minutes
Sections in the exam: Two
The expected topics for Paper 1 of the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Recruitment Exam are enlisted here. Prepare for the topics to have better performance in the examination.
Hindi Language Preparation:
Grammatical Topics i.e. Samas, Sandhi, Kriya, Visheshan, etc
English Language Preparation:
Correct use of words
Phrases and Idioms
Fill in the Blanks
Topics covered in Paper 2 will be:
Paragraph Translation from Hindi to English
Paragraph Translation from English to Hindi
Essay in English
Essay in Hindi
Preparation tips for SSC JHT Recruitment Online Exam
You need to finish two sections of the SSC JHT Exam within 120 minutes, which means you need speed with accuracy in order to attempt 200 questions in total. The more you practice, the better chances you have of acing this exam.
Remember negative marking is a factor here. Therefore, try not to attempt questions that put you in doubt.
Manage your time properly; give an appropriate amount of time to each section. Try to improve your time by practicing as many online tests as possible. Youth4work provides online mock tests will time limit attached to each question; this way one can learn to finish the entire exam within the time limit.
Studying in a stretch for hours can be tedious and hard and also not so good. Therefore, try to study several times in regular sessions during a day. This will make learning easy and fun, also you will have enough time to brush up the already studied topics in between intervals.
It is very important to maintain proper health, so you don’t fall sick on the big day. Give your brain an appropriate time to refresh itself. Don’t rush too much information into your head than its limit allows. Take it slow and steady. And get at least eight hours of sleep each night.