Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will announce SSC Stenographer 2019 Exam Format. SSC Stenographer 2019 is an all India Entrance Exam and will be organized in 2 stages- Computer Based Test (CBT) and Skill Test.
According to SSC Stenographer Exam Format 2019, the exam will be based on General Awareness, General Intelligence and Reasoning and English Language and Comprehension.
SSC Stenographer is anticipated for appointment to the post of Stenographer Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’. SSC will start accepting application online from June 2019 and registration procedure will continue until mid of July 2019.
Following table highlights the major exam format points of SSC Stenographer 2019:
|Method of Exam||Online Exam, Skill Test for Stenography|
|Stages of exam||2|
|Total Sections in exam||Three sections namely General Intelligence & Reasoning, English Language and Comprehension and General Awareness)|
|Type of Question Paper||Paper 1- MCQ Paper 2- Written Exam|
|Total Marks||200 Marks|
|Period of Exam||General Aspirants: 2 Hours Visually Handicapped Aspirants: 2 Hours, 40 Minutes|
|Language of Exam||Hindi and English both|
Computer Based Test is of 200 marks and the question paper will contain Multiple Choice questions (MCQs). Only the aspirants securing qualifying marks in CBT will be applicable for the Skill Test. If an aspirant marks a wrong response, there is a provision of negative marking of ¼ marks for the objective question paper of stenography 2019 exam.
Subsequent is the SSC Stenographer 2019 exam format:
|I||General Intelligence and reasoning||50||50||Accurate Response: +1Marks Inaccurate Response: -1/4 Marks|
|III||English Language and Comprehension||100||100|
Aspirants will be called for Skill Test if they will qualify the Computer Based Test. There will be some qualifying marks in written examination prescribed by the commission. In addition to this, skill test will be qualifying in nature and qualifying standards will be set for all types of categories.
|Grade ‘D’||Grade ‘C’|
|65 min (Hindi)||50 min (English)|
|55 min (Hindi)||40 min (English)|
Use good reference books like RS Aggarwal, M Tyra, Wren and Martin, Norman Lewis, Kiran Publication, Pratiyogita Darpan etc., to excel in the examination!