SSC JHT Syllabus 2019
The Staff Selection Commission has begun the SSC JHT Recruitment 2019 for various Hindi Translator posts. If you are one among the aspirant, then enhance your preparation by going through the SSC JHT Syllabus 2019. Check out the detailed section-wise Junior Hindi Translator Syllabus here.
SSC JHT Syllabus 2019
The examination for SSC junior Hindi Translator 2017 will be conducted in the month of June 2017. The candidates interested in applying for SSC Junior Hindi Translator should know the syllabus. The blog will guide the candidates with the topics included in the exam and help them to prepare for it. If candidates know the syllabus, they need not miss out on any important things asked in the exam. The syllabus for SSC JHT 2017 will be released in due time, however candidates can read about the previous years syllabus. Read about all the details of the SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2017 syllabus from below.
Syllabus for SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2017 is revised according to the new syllabus.
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Syllabus 2017 Part I:
Part I (Paper I – General Hindi)
- Grammatical Topics – Samas, Sandhi, Kriya and Visheran
- Hindi Paragraphs
- Hindi Synonyms
- Hindi Antonyms
- Hindi Proverbs
- Knowledge of Hindi
- Reading and Writing skills in Hindi
Part I: Paper II (General English)
- Knowledge of English
- Error Recognition
- Fill in the Blanks
- Sentence Structure
- Correct use of words
- Sentence Completion
- Phrases and Idioms
- Reading and Writing in English
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Syllabus 2017 – Part 2 (Translation and Essay)
- Paragraph Translation from English and Hindi
- Paragraph Translation from Hindi to English
- Essay in Hindi
- Essay in English
- Reading and Writing capability in both English and Hindi
SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Translator 2017:
|Parts of the Paper||Subject||No. of Questions / Marks||Time Duration|
|Paper I (Objective Type)||(I) General Hindi
(ii) Generl English
(ii) 100 marks
|Paper II (Subjective Type)||Translation and Essay||200 marks||2 hours|
Design of Paper I and Paper II: The paper is designed to test the understanding of the candidate in the languages of English and Hindi in the most accurate possible way.
Negative marking: The paper has a negative marking scheme in SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Pattern 2017. There will have a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in Paper I.
Evaluation: The candidates who score a good cutoff marks in Paper I will be eligible for applying in Paper II. While candidates have to appear for both the papers, only those qualifying for minimum marks in Paper I, will have their Paper II assessed. The commission or the board has the discretion to fix qualifying marks in Paper-II.
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