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SSC JHT Result 2020-21 (Released), Score Card, Cutoff, Merit List

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Apr 13, 2021

The Staff Selection Commission announced the SSC Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) result 2020-21 on 19 January 2021 at the official website- ssc.nic.in. The result will be released in the form of a PDF containing candidates’ roll number and marks. Candidates will have to login into their account to check individual scores. The Candidates’ may take a print out of their respective response sheets, as the same will not be available after the above-specified time limit.

Based on the performance of Paper I, the candidates are qualified for the second round of the test. Check SSC JHT Exam Pattern. Hence, the aspirants, who were selected in the paper I exam, were called for appearing the paper II exam. The paper II exam was held on 14 February 2021. SSC JHT 2020-21 final result will be made according to the marks in both paper I and paper II along with the preferable posts given by the aspirants during the time of document verification process. Candidates must preserve their SSC JHT Admit Card till the conclusion of recruitment process.

JHT Dates

SSC JHT Result Dates 2020-21

The SSC JHT 2021 notification is not yet released. The following table highlights the tentative SSC JHT result dates of 2020-21 session:

Events Important Dates
SSC JHT Paper I Exam 19th November 2020
Declaration of SSC JHT Paper I Result 19th January 2021
SSC JHT Paper II Exam 14th February 2021
Declaration of SSC JHT Paper II Result March 2021 (Tentative)
Document Verification To be announced
Declaration of Final Result To be announced
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How to Check SSC JHT Result 2020-21?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result 2020-21 will be published on the official website. Candidates who appear for the online examination will be able to download their marksheet. Here are simple steps to download the mark list:

  1. Visit the official website of Staff Selection Commission i.e ssc.nic.in
  2. Click on the Result tab on the right-hand side on Homepage.
  3. The Result tab will display level-wise exams.
  4. Click on “JHT” which is located at the seventh tab from left to right.
  5. On the right-hand side, click on Result and Marks files.
  6. The page will navigate to a new page displaying the pdf version of results.
  7. Candidates can download the result PDF and save it for future reference.

Details Mentioned in the SSC JHT Result 2021

  • The position of the aspirants
  • Roll number
  • Full name of the candidates
  • Gender
  • Caste Category

Tie-Breaking Criteria of SSC Junior Hindi Translator Result 2021

If two or more aspirants obtain same scores in the SSC JHT result, then the staff selection commission uses the below-mentioned tie-breaking criteria for deciding the final rank:

  • Total obtainable score in paper II
  • Total obtainable score in paper I
  • Aspirants older in the age group, will secure the top position
  • Based on the alphabetical order, the aspirants will be shortlisted in the sequence.
JHT Answer Key

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Answer key

The SSC JHT paper I 2020-21 final answer key has been released. The staff selection commission has uploaded the final answer key along with the question papers. The aspirants would not be able to make any objection against the answer key, since it is the final one. Applicants can check their marked responses and cross check with the answer key. The final answer key will be released soon. Applicants who appeared for the examination will be able to download the answer key. The download facility of SSC JHT Paper I answer key will be available from 24 February 2021.

Here are the steps to download the SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2020-21 Answer Key:

  • Visit the official website of Staff Selection Commission i.e ssc.nic.in
  • Click on the “Result” tab on the right
  • Click on “SSC Junior Hindi Translator Answer Key”
  • Select a group from “A, B, C or D”
  • A new page in PDF format will be opened
  • Download the answer key
  • Applicants can download their OMR sheets from the result tab

SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2021 Merit List

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will conduct the examination, assess the answer sheets and declare the result. SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2021 Merit List will be published on the website after results.

  • SSC Junior Hindi Translator Merit List is based on the marks secured by the applicants in the combination of Paper I and Paper II which are Computer based Test and Descriptive Test.
  • SSC will be responsible for publishing the Merit list on the official website.
  • A merit list on the basis of marks secured by the applicants with their roll numbers.
  • On the basis of category, another merit list at the same time will be published.
  • Applicants on the basis of Merit ranks will be called for document verification and further process of recruitment.
JHT FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Ques. When will the SSC JHT Paper II 2020-21 result be out?

Ans. The result will be out tentatively in March 2021.

Ques. From where I can download the SSC JHT result 2021?

Ans. The aspirants should visit the official website of SSC to download the SSC JHT Result 2021.

Ques. Will the staff selection commission release the cut off for paper II?

Ans. Yes, the SSC will release both the paper I and paper II cut off.

Ques. Is SSC JHT cut off released category wise?

Ans. Yes, the SSC JHT cut off is released category wise.

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Comments


2 Comments
V
vipasha
What is the selection procedure of SSC Junior Hindi Translator?
K
kavita rani

Hi Vipasha. The selection process of SSC JHT 2021 exam include two stages, that is Paper I (computer based) and Paper II (Descriptive).
Further details are mentioned here.
 

S
sandesh kumar
Is SSC JHT cutoff region-wise?
K
kavita rani

Hi Sandesh. SSC Junior Hindi Translator 2021 cut off will be decided by the commission post the announcement of the exam results. The cut off is determined by different factors like total candidates appearing for the exam, marks obtained by the candidates, etc.
Further details are mentioned here.