SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – How was your JHT exam?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – Share your SSC JHT 2017 paper review, questions asked, safe attempts, difficulty level

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – How was your JHT exam?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam is for translator post offered by SSC. Candidate should be well versed in both languages – Hindi and English for the post. The post involved work in Ministries and government offices. The exam for SSC JHT was conducted on June 15th 2017. We would love to your feedback regarding the exam. Remember, Sharing is caring, so share your feedback about the questions asked.

 

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SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Translator 2017 Paper Pattern:

Parts of the Paper Subject No. of Questions / Marks Time Duration
Paper I (Objective Type) (I) General Hindi

(ii) General English

(I) 100

(ii) 100 marks

2 hours
Paper II (Subjective Type) Translation and Essay 200 marks 2 hours
400 marks

SSC JHT Marking scheme:

Negative Marking Scheme: While each question entails one mark, it also has .25 negative marks for every wrong answer.

The exam is categorised into two sections – Paper I and Paper II. While, Paper I has 200 MCQ’s in Hindi and English, the Paper II is a subjective type question paper with questions in Hindi and English. Since, the post is for Junior Hindi Translator, the tests will emphasise on these details and tests the expertise of the candidate in both the languages including correct usage of words, phrases and idioms an ability to write the languages The Paper Ii of the exam has subjective type of questionnaire and will be a written exam.

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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  • सुजीत कुमार

    My exam was in the morning sift….And the level of questions in Hindi is excellent but level of English is neither low nor high….
    Overall questions are moderate in both subject….
    Those candidates who have attempted 150 to 180 and above it, is a good score….

    • Crook man

      exactlty

      • Deepa

        Hi sir …i have attemtd 180 and my score 130..i m in gen catogry..is thr any chnce to get selection or nt???

    • Crook man

      Hi Sujit, can you share your question paper’s camera photo……..please share it will be very helpful….

  • सुजीत कुमार

    I have attempted 95 in Hindi and 94 in English with accuracy…..But rest, result will say how many marks I get…..

    • Crook man

      Good attempt

  • Ravi Teja

    my attempts were 173

    • Crook man

      Good attempts, you have chance

  • Ravi Teja

    how would be the descriptive…help me out??

    • Crook man

      you will have translation and essays in descriptive paper

  • AArti Tagore

    I have attempted 196. In hindi i have attempt 99, while in english i have attempt 97 questions.

    • Crook man

      Almost you in

  • Haris My

    Is it possibl 2 get d question paper..if so hw I vl get it…plz help me

    • Crook man

      Hi, currently its not available, will intimate you once i get the pdf

  • Renu Saroj

    Dear Sir
    What is expected SSC JHT minimum cutoff mark for Sc. As you know result already declared.

    • Crook man

      for SC category, cutoff may vary between 120 to 130 as paper was easy….

      A total of 29287 candidates were scheduled to appear for the aforesaid examination, out of which 10353 candidates actually appeared. The overall attendance was 35.35%.