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SSC JHT Exam 2018 | Admit Cards To Release Soon on Official Website, Exam in January

SSC JHT Exam 2018: Staff Selection Commission will soon release the admit cards for the SSC JHT Exam 2018 (Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination, 2018 paper I). The exam will be held in the month of January and the admit cards will be released 7 to 10 days before the exam date. Here are the details regarding the exam.

SSC JHT Exam 2018 – Exam Date

Last week Staff Selection Commission released an important notice regarding the exam dates. The Commission mentioned the exam dates for the three exams. SSC announced the exam dates for Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination, 2018 (paper-I), SSC Selection Posts Phase VI exam 2018 and SSC Stenographer Exam 2018. The first exam that will be conducted by SSC next year will be SSC JHT Exam.

Staff Selection Commission will conduct the SSC JHT Exam 2018 on 13th January 2019. After that Selection Posts exam will be held and then the Stenographer Exam will be conducted by SSC. Along with the exam dates, Staff Selection Commission also said in the notice that soon the exam dates for the SSC CPO Exam 2018 and the exam date for the SSC GD Constable Exam will soon be announced.

SSC JHT Exam 2018 Details

Staff Selection Commission released the notification for the SSC JHT Exam 2018 in the month of October. The process of filling the application form started on 22nd October 2018 and the application process closed in the November 3rd week. The exam date for Paper 1 is 13th January 2019 while the Paper 2 date will be announced later on.

Paper 1 of the JHT exam is a Computer Based Exam while Paper 2 is a Descriptive Exam. SSC conducts the JHT Exam for the recruitment of candidates for the post of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, and Hindi Pradhyapak posts. The upper age limit for the SSC JHT Exam is 30 years. For SC/ST category candidates, the upper age limit is 35 years. For the OBC category candidates, the upper age limit is 33 years. The candidates will first be called for the Computer-based examination and those who will clear the CNT exam will be called for the Descriptive Paper.

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