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SSC Admit Cards: Staff Selection Commission To Release Admit Cards For SSC Stenographer Grade C & D Exam Next Week on Official Website, Exam From 5th Feb

Staff Selection Commission will release the admit cards for the SSC Stenographer Grade C & D posts next week on the official website. The candidates who have applied for the Stenographer Exam 2018 can download the admit cards from the official regional website once it will be available. The exam for the post of Stenographer will be held next month in the 2nd week. Here are the details.

SSC Stenographer Grade C & D Exam Admit Cards

Staff Selection Commission will conduct the SSC Steno Exam Grade C & D in the 2nd week of February. SC will conduct the exam from 5th to 7th Feb 2019. Staff Selection Commission released the admit cards 8-10 days before the exam date. The exam date is 5th February so it is expected that the admit cards will be available on the official website from 25th January onwards.

The admit cards for the SSC Steno Exam can be downloaded from the regional website. The link to the regional websites of Staff Selection Commission is available on the official website. Just open the official website www.ssc.nic.in and then click on the Admit Cards Link on the right top side. Now click on the regional website link for which you have applied.  The candidates are advised to keep a regular check on the official website for an update.

SSC Stenographer Grade C & D Exam 2018

Staff Selection Commission released the official notification and started the procedure of filling the application form for the post of Stenographer Grade C & D in the month of October last year. The procedure of application form filling was started on 22nd October and ended in the month of November.

There will be 3 parts in the CBT examination for the post of Stenographer. The part 1 of the SSC exam for Steno posts will have 50 questions of 50 marks from the General Intelligence and Reasoning section. The part 2 of the question paper of SSC Steno Exam 2018 will have 50 questions of 50 marks from the General Awareness Section. Part 3 will have total 100 questions of 100 marks from the English Language & Comprehension. Candidates will get total 2 hours to attempt the question paper.

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