The recruitment process for the post of SSC Junior Hindi Translator consists of four stages. Candidates must get through each stage to qualify for the next one. The four stages include the following:
Stage 1: Computer Based Examination (Paper 1)
Candidates must take the CBT or paper 1 which is meant to test their language proficiency in Hindi and English. The test will be conducted through the online mode and will consist of objective-type questions or MCQs.
Stage 2: Descriptive Exam (Paper 2)
The second stage is the descriptive exam or Paper 2 which is meant to test the translation skills of the candidates. Unlike Paper 1, this exam will be conducted through the pen and paper mode and will have subjective-type questions for 200 marks.
Stage 3: Document Verification
After clearing the first and second phases, the candidates will have to get their documents verified by the authorities. This step is equally important and for the students who come under the special categories that are given reservations, this step is critical. They must submit their category certificates during this step or their claim for SC, ST, OBC, PwD and other reservations will not be considered by the authorities.
Stage 4: Medical Examination
Last but not least, candidates must go through a medical examination proving they are fit for the role and don’t have any existing medical conditions. The medical tests will be done according to the guidelines set by the Commission and as per the medical standards required for the recruitment of SSC JHT post.