SSC Stenographer Exam 2018 - Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Last Updated on : 05/08/2019

Check out the frequently asked questions for the SSC Stenographer exam 2018 here and find answers to your queries.

Question 1: When will the SSC Stenographers Grade C and D Skill Test held?

Stenography Skill Test will be conducted on 24th March 2019.

Question 2: When will be the computer-based test (CBT) held?

The date-sheet has been released by the Commission. It will be administered between 5th February 2019 and 7th February 2019.

Question 3: Is there any provision for compensatory time for the Skill Test?

Yes, compensatory time for Skill Test will be provided to VH/OH/Cerebral Palsy candidates. For Stenographers Grade C – 70 minutes for English and 95 minutes for Hindi and for Stenographers Grade D – 75 minutes for English and 100 minutes for Hindi will be provided.

Question 4: I forgot to mention the medium of Skill Test in the application form, can I correct it?

You cannot correct it now as the application process is over. Now, the medium of your Skill Test will be considered English by default.

Question 5: What is the application fee for General category Female candidate?

The general category female candidates are exempted from paying any application fee.

Question 6: What is the application fee for SC candidate?

Candidates belonging to SC category are exempted from paying the application fee.

Question 7: What is the last date for paying the fee through offline/e-challan mode?

Candidates can pay the fee through offline mode provided they have generated the challan by the due date of the application process.

Question 8: What to do if I am unable to download the admit card/admission certificate?

If you are unable to download the admit card one week prior to the exam, immediately contact the concerned regional/sub-regional office of the commission with details such as your registration ID, fee transaction ID/copy of challan, etc. to get the admit card.

If you have further queries, ask the questions in the SSC Stenographer exam’s comment section.