SSC Stenographer Exam Dates 2021 - Notification, Application, Admit Card, Result
SSC Stenographer Exam Dates 2021 - The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the SSC Stenographer skill test 2021 exam dates. According to the SSC Stenographer exam dates, the skill test will be conducted on October 21 and 22, 2021.
Candidates who are planning to appear in the SSC Stenographer exam must keep track of all the dates to not miss on any of the events. The Tier 1 of the SSC Stenographer Grade C and D 2020-21 is scheduled to be held from March 29 to 31, 2021. The SSC Stenographer 2021 exam dates consist of the notification and application dates, exam dates and various other event dates. In this article we have mentioned all information related to the exam dates of SSC Stenographer 2021, candidates can scroll down to know more here.
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SSC Stenographer Exam Dates 2021
From the following table, candidates can check all the dates related to the SSC Steno dates 202-21.
Stenographer 2020-21 Exam Dates
SSC Stenographer 2020 Notification & Application begin
October 10, 2020 (Released)
Last date to apply for SSC Stenographer 2020
November 4, 2020 (Released)
SSC Stenographer 2020 Admit Card date
SSC Stenographer 2020-21 Paper 1 Date
March 29 to 31, 2021
SSC Stenographer 2020-21 Paper 1 Result
To be notified
SSC Stenographer Skill Test admit card date
To be notified
SSC Stenographer Skill Test exam date
To be notified
SSC Stenographer Skill Test result date
To be notified
SSC Stenographer Final Result
To be notified
SSC Stenographer Application Form 2021
SSC releases the application form of Stenographer along with the notification on its official website. As per the previous year trend, SSC is expected to release the SSC Stenographer Grade C and D application form in September 2021. Candidates who meet the SSC Stenographer eligibility criteria will be able to apply till October 2021 in online mode. The application fee for Stenographer for General and OBC candidates is Rs. 100 whereas SC, ST, PWD and female candidates are exempted from paying it.
SSC Stenographer Admit Card 2021
SSC will release the admit card of SSC Stenographer 2020-21 for each stage separately in online mode. As per SSC Stenographer exam dates 2020-21, the admit card of the CBE stage will be released at least a week before the commencement of the exam. Applicants are required to carry the admit card of the SSC Stenographer to the exam centre to appear for the exam. They will have to download the Stenographer admit card by using their registration number/ roll number and date of birth and carry it along with an original photo ID proof.
SSC Stenographer Result 2021
SSC will declare the results for each stage of the recruitment process separately. As per the SSC Stenographer exam dates 2021, the result is expected to be released in June-July 2021 as the exam is from March 29-31, 2021. Aspirants should note that the result of Stenographer will be released in a PDF format. This list will include the roll numbers of all qualified candidates in the exam. Applicants who qualify in the result of the CBE exam will be called to appear for the skill test of the selection process.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - SSC Stenographer Exam Dates 2021 - Notification, Application, Admit Card, Result
Question: Is the SSC Stenographer exam postponed?
No, the exam is not postponed. If there is any news related to its postponement, SSC will release it on its official website. The exam will be conducted at its scheduled time.
Question: Is the SSC Stenographer exam conducted every year?
No, the exam is not conducted every year, but if you follow the previous sessions, it has been conducted after every two years and also as per the vacancies.
Question: What is the SSC Stenographer salary?
The salary for Grade C is Rs. 34800 approx, while that of Grade D is Rs. 20200.
Question: Is Stenographer a gazetted officer?
No, a stenographer is not a gazetted officer, it is a clerical level job.
Question: What should I study for the SSC Stenographer?
Some of the subjects that candidates must ace are English, Reasoning, Quant, GA as well as Hindi. But the most important aspect is to qualify the skill test, for which candidates must have a good typing speed.
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syllabus of ssc stenographer and when application form release 2022?
=> There are total of three sections in SSC Stenographer exam: English language, general awareness and reasoning.
=> It has two phases: Written test and skill test. If candidates perform upto the satisfaction level in written test then he is called for skilled test.
=> There are 200 questions of 200 marks (1 mark for every question) which has to be completed in 2 hours.
=> 50 questions are asked from general intelligence and reasoning.
=> 50 questions are asked from general awareness.
=> The remaining 100 are from english and comprehension.
=> 0.25 mark are deducted for every wrong answer (yes, it has negative marking).
=> The topics which you can practice for reasoning and intelligence section are: Blood Relations, Cubes and Dice, Decision making, Embedded figures, Alphabet series, Number series, Non-verbal series, Number ranking, Clocks and calendars, Mirror images, Arithmetic reasoning, Directions and Analogy.
=> Topics for general awareness section includes: India and its neighboring countries, Current events- National and International, Geography of India, Culture and Heritage of India, History of India, Indian Constitution, Social events related to India, General Politics, Science and Technology, Sports and Economic scenario of India.
=> Topics for English and comprehension section includes: Comprehension Passage, Synonyms & Antonyms, Active & Passive Voice, Homonyms, Direct & Indirect Speech, Fill in the blanks, Spellings, Parts of speech, Vocabulary and Detection of miss-spelt words.
How can I get banking jobs after 12 pass ?
Hope you are doing great.
Yes, you can apply for bank jobs right after the 12th class. But there are some skills that you must possess to apply for bank jobs. These are communication skills, analytical skills, customer service skills, and teamwork. Now the job profiles that you can get in the bank after the 12th are:
- Stenographer- The basic eligibility to apply for this post is that you must have passed HSC with a minimum of 60% from a recognized Board.
- Data Entry Operator- The basic requirement for this post is that you must have passed 10+2 in any stream from a recognized board. Certifications in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office are recommended.
- Tele caller- Basic requirement is that you must have passed 10+2 from a recognized board.
For more information : https://www.careers360.com/careers/articles/bank-jobs-after-12th-counar
Hope this helps.
Agar mai SSC STENOGRAPHER ka exam Hindi medium mein krti hu ton kia Skill test English mein kr skti hu
As such there is no co-relation mentioned between the SSC stenographer CB test and skill test as the Computer Based Test is itself available in both English and Hindi (except the English Language and Comprehension part).
For the skill test you have to select the language while filling the form as it cannot be changed later. If you haven't selected a language, by default your skill test will be in English.
Additionally, it has been mandated for Hindi Stenographers to learn English Stenography and vice-versa, failing which your probation period might not get cleared. ( it is an after exam scenario)
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I hope this information helps!
Please give me the syllabus of SSC STENOGRAPHER exam + skill test
SSC Stenographer is conducted in two phase, the first one is computer based test conducted for two hours with 200 marks, the medium of the test is English/Hindi, for each correct answer one mark is awarded, for each wrong attempt 0.25 marks is deducted, there are three sections as mentioned below
English Language and Comprehension where understanding of english language is tested along with vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms and its correct usage, writing ability etc.
General Intelligence and Reasoning includes topics such as arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series, analogies, similarities and differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discriminating observation, relationship concepts,
General Awareness which includes topics such as events of national and international importance along with India and its Neighboring countries especially pertaining to geography, history, culture, economy, general polity including Indian constitution, and scientific research etc,
For the second stage of skill test, you can go through pitman shorthand book or kailash chandra magazine to learn the shorthand, consistent practice is the key to success when it comes to qualifying the skill test.
Please tell me best books preparation for SSC STENOGRAPHER exam +Skill test
There are mainly three sections in SSC Stenographer Exams as mentioned below with their recommended books -
- General Awareness - Lucent's GK is best for covering static portion, you can refer monthly magazines like pratiyogita darpan for dynamic portion or read newspaper on a daily basis which will help you in comprehension part of English also, there are many apps which you can also install for practice purpose of each section or reading daily general awareness for this.
- General Intelligence & Reasoning - A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal or Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey are best options regarding this.
- English Language & Comprehension - Objective General English by SP Bakshi is the best book regarding this.
Go through Pitman Shorthand book or Kailash Chandra Magazines for learning the short forms of stenography as this forms the major part of the skill test, and practice consistently is the key to achieve 80 or 100 wpm, you can also join any coaching if that helps. There are many softwares available which you can download in your desktop or laptop, these helps a lot in knowing more details about various aspects of your typing skills.