SSC Stenographer Exam pattern 2018:
Staff selection commission has recently opened for the post of stenographer. The online application for the SSC stenographer examination is going to end on 19th November 2018. The first step of the preparation is getting familiar with SSC Stenographer exam pattern 2018. SSC Stenographer exam pattern 2018 will provide an outline for the aspirants to appear for stenographer exam. This article will give you detailed information on SSC Stenographer exam pattern 2018 to score well. Stenographer Exam pattern for Grade C and Grade D posts are given below. The aspirants can refer below to know more details.
SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern 2018
SSC Stenographer Recruitment Process:
The SSC stenographer recruitment is the most expected notification among the young minds. SSC Stenographer exam pattern is very much important to appear for the post of this examination. The SSC is conducting three stages to recruit the applicants.
- Computer-based Online examination
- Skill test in Stenography
- Document Verification
Computer-Based Online Examination
The applied candidates will appear for the SSC stenographer recruitment. This is the first stage of the exam in the screening process. The question paper is available in both English and Hindi for General awareness and General Intelligence & Reasoning sections. The English section question is be available in only English language.
|Part||Subject||No of Questions||Maximum marks||Total Duration|
|I||General Intelligence &Reasoning||50||50||2 hrs (40 minutes compensation for PWD)|
|III||English Language & Comprehension||100||100|
SSC Steno Exam Pattern 2018 – Skill Test
|S.No||Post||Language of skill test||Time duration||Time duration for the candidates who are allowed to scribe in the CBE|
|1||Stenographer Grade D||English||50||70|
|2||Stenographer Grade D||Hindi||65||90|
|3||Stenographer Grade C||English||40||55|
|4||Stenographer Grade C||Hindi||55||75|
- Highlights of SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern 2018:
- The exam is going to conduct in Online mode.
- The candidates will get the penalty of 0.25 marks for each wrong answers.
- No mark will be reduced for the unmarked questions.
- The candidates qualified in the computer-based online exam will go to skill test.