SSC Steno Grade 'C' & 'D' Result 2016 released on December 01, 2016

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Jun 6, 2017

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The conducting body of SSC Stenographer released result for the written exam held on July 31, 2016. The Result is published at ssc.nic.in. Candidates can download their score cards from the official website.

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts SSC Stenographer written exam followed by Skill  Test to recruit candidates for the vacant posts of Grade ‘C’ & Grade ‘D’ Stenographers as required by the government organisations.


How to check SSC Stenographer Result

Result is available at ssc.nic.in starting from December 01, 2016. Candidates can download their score cards and obtain a hard copy for future purposes. Follow the mentioned steps to download your SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & Grade ‘D’ Result

  • Go to the official website
  • Click on Result from the Menu
  • Click on Steno Grade ‘C’ and ‘D’
  • Click on the concerned link.
  • Search your roll number
  • Download SSC Stenographer Result and obtain it in hard copy.

SSC Stenographer Merit List

The Result of written exam of SSC Stenographer is published in form of merit list at the official website. The Merit list mentions all the candidates with marks equal to above than the decided cutoff.

Tie Breaker

The candidates might obtain equal aggregate marks in the written test of SSC Stenographer exam. The tie is resolved by considering the following criteria:

  • Candidate with higher marks in Part I of written exam is given higher marks if the tie persists then;
  • Candidate’s date of birth is considered i.e. older candidate is preferred first, but if the tie still exists;
  • Alphabetical order of the name of the candidate is considered is the deciding criteria.

SSC Stenographer Skill tests

The candidates who qualify the written examination of SSC Stenographer are shortlisted for the skill test for SSC Stenographer exam. The qualifying standards for the SSC Stenographer Skill Test will be set by the Commission as the test is qualifying in nature. The candidates have to hear carefully the dictation given to them for 10 minutes in English/Hindi.

They are required to type the same on a computer at a speed of 100 w.p.m. to be recruited for the post of a Grade C Stenographer, while for Grade D, he/she must type at a speed of 80 w.p.m. The candidates with Visual Impairment have to transcribe the matter in 75 minutes for English or 100 minutes for Hindi Shorthand if they are applying for Grade D Stenographer.


*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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