SSC Junior Hindi Translator Examination

The Staff Selection Commission is an organization affiliation set up in 1975. It conducts exams every year to recruit candidates for Junior Hindi Translator, Senior Hindi Translator posts in various organizations of Government of India. This article talks about the SSC JHT exam in India. Staff Selection Commission Junior Hindi Translator exam is one of the national reviews, which known as SSC JHT Exam, is taken once in a year.

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Posts Name: 

  1. Junior Translator in Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS)
  2. Junior Translator in M/o Railways (Railway Board)
  3. Junior Translator in Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ)
  4. Junior Translator (JT)/Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) in subordinate offices who have adopted Model RRs of DoP&T for JT/ JHT
  5. Senior Hindi Translator in various Central Government Ministries/Departments/Offices

SSC JHT eligibility criteria vary as per the post applied by the candidate. Be that as it may, given underneath are the essential measures that applicants need to satisfy to meet SSC JHT qualification: 

  1. An applicant must be either a resident of India, an individual of India cause, subject of Nepal/Bhutan or a Tibetan exile 
  2. An applicant ought to be somewhere in the range of 18 and 30 years in age. Reserved category candidates will get relaxation in the upper age limit. 
  3. For A, B, C, D Post: A master degree from a government-approved university and Diploma or Certificate course in translation from Hindi to English & vice versa from a recognized institute or two years’ experience in Hindi to English translation and vice-versa in Central or State Government Office, including Government of India Undertaken organizations
  4. For E Post: Post graduation from a government-approved university and Diploma or Certificate course in translation from Hindi to English and vice versa or three years’ experience in Hindi to English translation and vice versa in Central or State Government Office, including Government of India Undertaken organizations

Code Name

Name of Posts

Pay Scale

A

Junior Translator in Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS)

Level-6 (Rs 35,400- 1,12,400)

B

Junior Translator in M/o Railways (Railway Board)

Level-6 (Rs 35,400- 1,12,400)

C

Junior Translator in Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ)

Level-6 (Rs 35,400- 1,12,400)

D

Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices who have adopted Model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT

Level-6 (Rs 35,400- 1,12,400)

E

Senior Hindi Translator in various Central Government Ministries/ Departments/Offices

Level-7 (Rs 44,900- 1,42,400)

Paper-I Syllabus: Objective Multiple Choice Questions and Computer Based Mode Examination

The questions will be designed to test the candidates’ understanding of the languages and literature, correct use of words, phrases and idioms and ability to write the languages correctly, precisely and effectively. The questions will be of degree level.

Part-I General Hindi:

Parts of Paper-I

Mode of Exam

Type of Exam

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Part-I General Hindi

Computer Based

Objective Multiple Choice

100

100

Topics covered in Hindi Language Preparation: Grammatical Topics i.e. Samas, Sandhi, Kriya, Visheshan, etc, Hindi Synonyms, Hindi Paragraphs, Hindi Proverbs, and Hindi Antonyms

Part-II General English:

This part of the Paper-I tests the Reading and Writing Skills of the candidate in English:

Parts of Paper-I

Mode of Exam

Type of Exam

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Part-I General English

Computer Based

Objective Multiple Choice

100

100

Topics covered in English Language Preparation: Fill in the Blanks, Error Recognition, Articles, Verbs, Preposition, Spelling Test, Vocabulary, Grammar, Synonyms, Sentence Structure, Antonyms, Sentence Completion, Correct use of words, Phrases and Idioms.

Paper-II Syllabus: Translation and Essay Descriptive Paper

This paper will test the candidates’ translation skills and their ability to write as well as comprehend the Hindi and English languages correctly, precisely and effectively.

Paper-II

Mode of Exam

Type of Exam

Total Marks

Time Duration

Translation and Essay

Pen and Paper Mode

Descriptive Exam

200

2 Hours

The paper will consist of:

  1. Two passages for translation-one passage for translation from Hindi to Englishand one passage for translation from English to Hindi
  2. An Essay each in Hindi and English

Therefore, topics covered in Translation and Essay Exam will be:

  • Paragraph Translation from Hindi to English
  • Paragraph Translation from English to Hindi
  • Essay in English
  • Essay in Hindi

SSC Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) Exam is conducted in both Hindi & English. The exam pattern of Paper-I and Paper-II Exam is given below:

Parts of Paper

Mode of Paper

Subject

Number of Questions/ Marks

Total Duration

Paper- I (Objective Type)

Computer Based Mode

(i) General Hindi

(ii) General English

(i) 100 Questions/ 100 Marks

(ii) 100 Questions/ 100 Marks

2 Hours

Paper- II (Conventional Type)

Descriptive

Translation & Essay

200 Marks

2 Hours

 

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