The Staff Selection Commission has earlier postponed the SSC Stenographer exam date because of the surge in the number of COVID-19 cases. However, according to the latest notification, the Stenographer Skill test date for Grade C post will be announced shortly. According to the all new notification by Staff Selection Commission the examination is scheduled to conduct from October 21, 2022 for the post of Stenographer Grade C (Group B, Non Gazetted) recruitment is done for various Ministries/ Departments/Organizations in the Government of India. Let us discuss in detail the SSC Stenographer Exam Date 2022 and admit card in detail in this article.
SSC Stenographer Exam Date 2022
As per the new notification released by the Staff Selection Commission, the SSC Stenographer Skill Test for Grade ‘C’ examination 2022 is scheduled from October 21, 2022. As the candidates were eagerly waiting for the release of the examination dates, now they can check the date of the examination as well as the examination details in this article. Check out the table for important dates of SSC Stenographer Exam 2022.
|Name of the organization||Staff Selection Commission|
|Name of the Post||Stenographer|
|Official Notification Release date||August 2022|
|Online application Last Date||5th September 2022|
|CBT Date||October 21, 2022|
|Skill Test Date||Yet to be announced|
|Admit Card Status||1 week prior to the exam|
|Official Web portal||www.ssc.in|
Official Notice PDF
All of the aspirants shall download the PDF of the official notification from the link given below:
SSC Stenographer Admit Card 2022
Usually, the admit cards are issued to the candidates Two weeks prior to the examination date. The SSC Stenographer Admit Cards will be issued region-wise and displayed on the official website.
The official notification regarding the admit card issue will be updated soon on this page.
How to Download the SSC Stenographer Admit card?
- Log on to the official website of SSC using your registration number and password.
- Click on the Admit Card tab on the home page.
- Select SSC Stenographer Grade C & D.
- Enter the required login credentials such as Roll number or registered ID and Date of birth.
- Verify the given equation to login.
- Now, click on the Submit button.
- View, download, and print the admit card. Keep two/three copies for future uses.
- If there is an error in downloading the admit card, contact the SSC’s concerned Regional authority. And get it cleared. Failure in this will deprive the chance of candidates of attending the examination.
If the candidates forget their Roll Number and Registration Number. They can go through the following steps for getting the same.
- Go to SSC official website.
- Click on the link which says download ‘SSC Stenographer Admit Card’ for your region.
- Enter your name, your father’s name, and your date of birth to get the admit card.
- Select the area which was filled in the form by you for appearing in the exam.
- You can retrieve your Roll Number and registration number and follow the steps given above.
Details present on the admit card
- Candidate’s Name
- Registration/Roll number
- Date of Birth
- Exam name
- Exam date and time
- Reporting time at the allotted test center
- Center address
- Exam day guidelines-to be followed by the candidate while appearing for the exam
Documents Required along with Admit Card
- Valid ID proof-Valid Id proof (Aadhar Card / PAN / Passport / Driving License / Voter Id / Any other Govt. ID Proof)
- Pass-port size photos-Two or three copies
SSC Stenographer: Exam Pattern
There will be Two phases for the exam:
Computer-based Test consists of 3 papers:
- General awareness (50 questions)
- English language and comprehension (100 questions)
- General intelligence and reasoning (50 questions)
So, in total, there will be 200 questions with 200 marks. For each wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
Those who score above the cut-off in Phase 1 are qualified to attend the Phase 2-Skill test. This is of qualifying nature. Candidates will have to attend a dictation of ten minutes in English or Hindi. Their efficiency in typing also will be tested by asking them to transcribe certain words into the computer with a speed of 100 words per minute for the post of Stenographer Grade C and 80 words per minute for the post of Stenographer Grade D. The skill test will be held at the commission’s regional offices or at other centers.