The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the notification for the post of Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) on June 29. Applicants should apply online and can attend the exam after paying a fee amount of Rs.100 (Women candidates, those belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST), Persons with disabilities (PwD) and Ex-servicemen (ESM) are exempted from paying fees). The candidates can apply July 27th and the last date for payment through challan is 31st of July. The exams will be in two stages. Paper 1 (online exam) will be conducted on September 6th of 2020 and paper 2 (descriptive) will be conducted on 31st of January,2021. Here are some important instructions for SSC JHT for 2020:
Important Instructions for SSC JHT Exam 2020
The candidates should go through the details listed in the notice of the examination, before applying.
- The heavy load on the website during the closing days might lead to failure or inability to login to the website. Hence, the candidates should submit the application at the earliest and not wait for the last day.
- The candidates will be accepted only provisionally as the Commission does not undertake detailed analysis of the eligibility and other aspects during the time of written examination. Go through the instructions completely and ensure that you fulfill all the educational qualifications, age bar, physical and medical standards for the post. Copies of supporting documents will be sought at the time of Document Verification. The candidature will be cancelled if any claim made in the application is found to be false and the decision made will be final.
- Those of you who are seeking reservation benefits for SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PwD should ensure that they are eligible as per the rules mentioned in the notice. They should also possess certificates in the prescribed format to prove their eligibility.
- Only those candidates with benchmark physical disability will be considered as Persons with Disabilities and entailed to relaxation of age or reservations for PwD.
- Candidate should take printout of the application form for their own records once the application is successfully submitted and accepted provisionally.
- Only one application is allowed to be submitted for the examination per candidate. Hence, the candidates should ensure extreme caution while filling their online application forms. In case, more than one application of a candidate is detected, all the applications will be rejected by the Commission and his/ her candidature for the examination will be cancelled. As per the rules of the Commission, the candidature will be cancelled and the candidate will be debarred if he/she submits more than one application and appears in the examination at any stage.
- The candidates must write their name, date of birth, father’s name and mother’s name strictly as given in the matriculation certificate otherwise their candidature may be cancelled at the time of Document Verification or as and when it comes into the notice of the commission.
- Applications with blurred/ illegible Photograph/ Signature will be rejected.
- Details one submitted cannot be changed or corrected under any circumstances.
- Provide the correct and active e-mail address and mobile number while filling online application as correspondence may be made by the Commission through e-mail/SMS.
- Two recent passport size colour photographs, one original photo ID proof such Driving License, Voter Card, Aadhaar card/printout of E-Aadhar, PAN Card, Identity Card issued by University/College/Government, Employer Identity Card, ESM Discharge Book issued by MoD, or any photo bearing Identity Card issues by Central/State Government should be carried by the candidate to the examination venue, failing which the candidate will not be allowed to appear the examination. The candidate must carry an additional original certificate as proof if the Photo Identity Card does not have the Date of Birth.
- PwD candidates using the facility of scribes should carry required Medical Certificate/ Undertaking/ Photocopy of the Scribe’s Photo ID Proof.
- In case of fake/ fabricated application/ registration by misusing any dignitaries name/ photo, such candidate/ cyber cafe will be held responsible for the same and liable for suitable legal action under cyber/ IT act.
- On selection, the candidate is expected to work anywhere in the country, i.e., all the posts carry All India Service Liability (AISL).
- The candidate should represent to the concerned Regional/ Sub-Regional Office of the Commission within two months of the declaration of the result or two weeks prior to the conduct of next stage of exam, if he/she scores more than cut-off marks at any stage of examination and is not qualified for the next stage due to any reason.
- Communicate immediately to the concerned User Department, if a candidate is finally selected and does not receive any correspondence from the Commission or the concerned User Department within a period of one year after declaration of result.
All the candidates should keep the above-mentioned guidelines in mind and ensure that you stick to them. Good luck!