SSC JHT Result 2019: Paper-I Scorecard Out, Paper-II on 16 Feb

Published on : 8th February 2020    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
SSC JHT exam

Candidates can download their Marksheet released at the official website. Know the list of selected students for Paper II.

The Staff Selection Commission of India has uploaded the marks of qualified candidates who had appeared for SSC JHT 2019 exam on 26th November 2019. More than this, the PDF results for Paper 1 of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination 2019 were announced on 29th January 2020. Find below the important steps to obtain SSC JHT Scorecard for Paper-I.

How to Download SCC JHT Paper-I Scorecard?

  • Visit the official website of Staff Selection Commission and on the homepage, click on the link, which says, download SSC JHT Paper-I scorecard.
  • In order to obtain the scorecard, key-in your required login credentials in the specified field.
  • Your marksheet will be made available at the available screen.
  • Cross-check the details and download the same for further reference.

Those who qualify the SSC JHT, SHT, Hindi Pradhyapak Paper-I exam will call to appear for Paper-II, will be commence on 16th February 2020. The final results of SSC JHT 2019 will be declared based on candidate’s performance in Paper-I and Paper-II and the preferences of posts/departments.

Download SSC JHT Paper-II Admit Card 2019

How to Check SSC JHT Result 2019 for Paper-I Exam?

The result for SSC JHT Paper I 2019-20 has been declared by the exam conducting body on 29th January 2020. However, candidates must note that no official copy of results will be sent to the candidates via post or by any other medium. Apprentices can check their scorecard by online mode only by following the steps as given below:

  • Visit and open the official website of Staff Selection Commission.
  • Now, under “Latest News” section, click on the direct link which states ‘Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination 2019 - List of the Candidates Qualified in Paper-I for Appearing in Paper-II’.
  • In a new page, the result will open in a PDF file.
  • Now, candidates are requested to check your roll number and name in the PDF.
  • Download it and save the file for further reference.

SSC JHT Result 2019: Important Dates & Other Details

SSC had conducted the Junior Hindi Translators, Senior Hindi Translator, Junior Translators and Hindi Pradhyapak examination 2019 (Paper-I) on 26th November 2019. Those who qualify the Paper-I will now eligible to appear for the Paper-II (Descriptive Paper), which is going to be held on 16th February 2020.

As per the official updates, a total number of 12,359 candidates had appeared in the SSC JHT 2019 examination, however, only 1977 candidates cleared the Paper-I.

SSC JHT Result 2019: CutOff Marks for Paper-II

One must note that after applying the cut off marks of SSC JHT Paper-I 2019 exam that is fixed by the Commission, can appear in Paper-II. The category-wise cut off marks with other details is as under:

Category

Cut-off Marks

Candidates Available

SC

105.25

389

ST

94

179

OBC

114

738

EWS

104.75

283

UR

128.75

302

OH

110.25

25

HH

53.25

30

VH

102.5

15

Others PWD

40.75

16

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SSC JHT Final Answer Key

The SSC JHT final answer key along with the question papers and marks of qualified/non-qualified candidates will be uploaded at the official website after the commencement of both Paper-I and Paper-II of SSC JHT 2019 exam.

Candidates will be shortlisted for the Document Verification process on the basis of their marks in Paper-I and paper-II. “Candidates will have to submit copies of various documents like Matriculation Certificate, educational qualification, caste certificate, relevant document, if any relaxation is taken, etc. Candidates will be required to produce all documents in original for verification at the time of document verification. Information about the required documents will be provided while calling candidates for DV.”



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