SSC Recruitment 2018: Staff Selection Commission has released the list of candidates who are provisionally accepted/rejected for the upcoming examination for the post of Stenographer Grade C & D. The candidates who have filled the application form for the post of Steno can check the status of the application form on the official website. The details can be checked on the regional official website of Staff Selection Commission.
SSC Stenographer Exam 2018 – Exam Date & Admit Cards
Staff Selection Commission will conduct the SSC Steno Examination 2018 in the month of February. As per the schedule of examination released by SSC, the commission will conduct the SSC Steno exam from 5th February to 7th February 2019. The admit cards for the exam will be released soon on the official website. Once the admit cards will be released on the official website, candidates can download the same.
SSC Steno Exam 2018 – Status of Candidates Accepted/Rejected For Exam
The status of candidates accepted/rejected for the Steno examination 2018 has been uploaded on the official website. The candidates can check the details on the website of SSC. Here are the steps to check the status:
– First of all, go to the official main website of SSC i.e www.ssc.nic.in
– On the home page click on the Admit Card and then select the regional website
– Open the regional website and then click on the link saying “PROVISIONALLY ACCEPTED/REJECTED CANDIDATES — STENOGRAPHER (GRADE ‘C’ & ‘D’) EXAMINATION, 2018”
– On the next page enter the details. The candidates will have to enter the details (Registered email or roll number). The candidates can also check the status by entering the Name, Father Name & Date of Birth.
SSC Recruitment For Stenographer Grade C & D
Staff Selection Commission released an official notification for the SSC Steno Examination 2018 in the month of October last year. The procedure of filling the application form started on 22nd October. The CBT Exam will have total 200 questions from the General Intelligence (total 50 questions of 50 marks), General Awareness (50 questions of 50 marks) and English Language & Comprehension (100 questions of 100 marks).