SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result 2018, SSC JHT Paper-I Results 2018 @

By | January 21, 2018

Staff Selection Commission will be released SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result 2018 or SSC JHT Paper-I Results 2018 on 10th June 2018 at official website.

We got a confirm news that Staff Selection Commission will release SSC JHT Result 2018 in July 2018. So candidates who are waiting for SSC JHT Exam Result since completion of test they can check out result from official website.

Board will publish result of Paper 1 of SSC JHT exam 10th June 2018. Whereas, nominees are in waiting for SSC JHT Paper 2 Exam Result 2018. Paper II exam will be held on August 2018 at various examination centers all over across India. We don’t know the exact statics or a total number of candidates appeared in the exam.

A candidate who wants to apply and appear in next Junior Hindi Translator Exam would apply by referring the information of SSC Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) 2018 Application form. For more information, visit the above link.

The main work of the JHT is to translate English to Hindi and Hindi to English. He/she have the responsibility to maintain the data, store quarterly report for the organization. To become the JHT is not very hard work but for that respective nominees have to clear the selection rounds with good marks.

Latest Update: The name of such candidates who are qualified in Paper-II written examination of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator And Hindi Pradhyapak Examination 2018 is out at official web portal. Check the list of candidates who are declared qualified for Document Verification round. Name wise or roll number wise list of passed candidates is below.

Download JHT Result & Qualified Candidates list for Document Verification

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result 2018

 Exam Name  Junior Hindi Translator(Hindi Pradhyapak) Exam
 Date of Exam  10th June 2018
 Result Declaration Date  July 2018
 Official Website

SSC JHT Result 2018

According to www.ssconlineapply, SSC JHT Paper 2 Result 2018 is expected to be released in July 2018. Delay or change of date in result announcement relies on authority decision. Final appointment letters will be distributed to limited good performers as per his/her performance in written exam as well as merit list based. All contenders are advised to check the cut-off marks, merit list and selected candidates from the given below links.

SSC JHT Exam Notice

SSC JHT Cut Off 2018

As per the last year’s statics, General category merit list was stick on around 131 and cut off marks for OH/HH/VH was 62 percent. This year’s cut off marks will be same around previous years cut off. Minor changes should be there as per the total number applicants. Check the below table to know about SSC Junior Hindi Translator Cut Off 2018.

Name of Category  Cutoff 
 UR  140
 OBC  132
 SC  128.75
 ST  114.75
 OH  99.25
 HH  72
 VH  113

SSC Hindi Pradhyapak Results 2018

In Case of Tie Result

  1. The candidate who have the highest marks in the paper, he/she will get first priority for the selection.
  2. Nominees who are older in terms of DOB, he/she will have the prior chance for selection.
  3. Selection will be done on the basis of alphabetical order

How to Check SSC JHT Result 2018 for Paper-II?

  • Visit the then direct click on result section or login by entering the required information.

step 1

  • Now find our Hindi Pradhyapak Result link from the home page.

step 2

  • Press Download button then waits while downloading the file.

step 3

  • Save & Print the PDF for future use.
  • You can check Roll Number Wise or Name Wise result from PDF by pressing CTRL + F (This is a shortcut for search)

 SSC JHT Paper-II Result 2018 Important Links

Check SSC Junior Hindi Translator Paper I Result 2018

Because the SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result 2018 making process takes place with the automatic result checking software. So mistakes may take place so please contact to a higher authority if any mistake in the result file. If you feel that any mistake in result then informs exam authority.

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