SSC JHT 2019 Paper I result announced @, 1977 selected for Paper II

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NEW DELHI: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the result of Paper-I for appearing in Paper-II for Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination, 2019.

Candidates, who appeared for the Junior Hindi Translators Examination, Junior Translators, Senior Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination, which was held on November 26, 2019 at various centres across the country, can now check their result through candidate login on the official website –

A total number of 12,359 candidates appeared in the SSC JHT 2019 examination.

Around 1977 candidates cleared the Paper-I, after applying the cut off fixed by the Commission, for appearing in Paper-II.

Candidates should note that the marks of the qualified/non-qualified candidates and Final Answer Keys along with the Question Paper(s) in a standard format will be hosted shortly on the Commission’s website –

The Commission will conduct the Descriptive Paper (Paper-II) for the candidates who cleared the Junior Hindi Translators Examination, Junior Translators, Senior Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination on February 16, 2020.

The SSC will release the status of city of examination and Admission Certificates of the qualified candidates on the official websites of the respective Regional Offices before the conduct of the Paper-II Examination.

The category-wise details of the candidates available and cut off marks are as under:

105.25 94 114 104.75 128.75 110.25 53.25 102.5 40.75
389 179 738 283 302 25 30 15 16 1977

In addition to number of UR Candidates shown above 71-SC, 15-ST, 307-OBC, 98-EWS, 4-OH, 5-HH and 2-VH candidates qualifying at UR standard have been shown under their respective categories only.

Horizontal category candidates (i.e. OH, HH,VH and others Pwd) have not been included in the their respective vertical categories (i.e. SC, ST, OBC, UR and EWS).

Candidates who pass the Paper I and Paper II will be called for Document Verification (DV). After DV, the final selection and allocation of Ministries/ Departments will be made based on the performance of candidates in Paper-I + Paper-II and the preference of Posts/ Departments.

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