The Staff Selection Commission mentions the list of SSC JHT Exam Centres 2021 in the official notification. The SSC JHT exam centres will be allotted to the aspirants as per the choice of filling of the candidates, which they provide during the SSC JHT application form fill up process.
SSC JHT Exam will be commenced across 46 cities of the country. The candidates can find the full details of the exam centres from the SSC JHT Admit Card. The aspirants will not be able to change the exam centre after the last date of submitting the application form since the Staff Selection Commission does not provide any correction window. Hence, all the aspirants should provide the SSC JHT Exam Centres correctly while filling the application form.
|Central Region (CR)||Bihar
Patna, Agra, Bareilly, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Prayagraj, Varanasi
|Eastern Region (ER)||Andaman & Nicobar Islands,
|Karnataka, Kerala Region (KKR) Lakshadweep, Karnataka and Kerala||
|Madhya Pradesh SubRegion (MPR)||Chhattisgarh
|North Eastern Region (NER)||Arunachal Pradesh
|Northern Region (NR)||Delhi
Udaipur, Dehradun, Haldwani, Roorkee
|North Western SubRegion (NWR)||Chandigarh
Jammu and Kashmir
|Southern Region (SR)||Andhra Pradesh
|Western Region(WR)||Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu
Ques. Can I change my SSC JHT Exam Centre 2021?
Ans. No, the candidates will not get permission to change the SSC JHT exam centres 2021 once they submit the SSC JHT application form.
Ques. What is the selection process of the SSC JHT exam?
Ans. There are three stages of SSC JHT exam- Paper I, paper II and Document Verification.
Ques. How many SSC JHT exam Centres are there in the Eastern Region (ER)?
Ans. The SSC JHT exam will be commenced in five centres in the Eastern Region, they are:
Ques. What is the exam pattern of Paper I of SSC JHT Exam?
Ans. The SSC JHT paper is a computer based test and the questions will be in General Hindi and General English. Time duration of the exam is two hours. The type of the questions are objective type. Total marks of the exam is 200 and each section comprises 100 MCQs. The aspirants will get a deduction of 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.