Staff Selection Commission has issued applications for the posts of Hindi Translator

Jun 30 2020 05:01 PM
Staff Selection Commission has issued applications for the posts of Hindi Translator

SSC JHT 2020 Notification: Staff Selection Commission has released recruitment for Hindi Translator. Under this, candidates will be selected on 283 posts. The application process has started. Eligible and interested candidates can apply online for this recruitment till 25 July 2020. In 283 posts, 275 posts have been kept in Central Government Ministries and Departments for Junior Translator / Junior Hindi Translator while 8 posts are for Senior Hindi Translator. The first paper for this will be on 6 October 2020. At the same time, the candidates who pass this examination will appear in the second examination. The second paper will be held on 31 January 2021.

The first paper will have 100-100 questions in Hindi and English number 1-1. Apart from this, the second paper will include essay and paper writing. The age of the candidate applying for this should be from 18 years to maximum 30 years.

Important Dates:

> Start of online application process - 29 June 2020

> Last date for online application - 25 July 2020

> Last date for submission of online application fee - 25 July 2020

> Last date for depositing the application fee from the challan - 31 July 2020

> Computer Based Examination Date (Paper-I) - 06 October 2020

> Paper-II - 31 January 2021

Salary will be given as per Level 6 to the candidates to be selected on the post of Junior Translator and Translator. Under this, the pay scale will be from Rs 35400 to Rs 112400 per month. At the same time, according to Level 7, the Senior Translator will get salary ranging from Rs 44900 to Rs 142400 per month. For this, Gen / OBC candidates will have to pay an application fee of Rs 100. At the same time, no fee will be charged from the candidates of SC / ST / Women / PwD / ESM category.

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