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Name of Post  :  SSC Stenographer 2019 Exam Date

Post Date : 26/09/2020

Short Information : Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Are Recently Uploaded Admit Card For the Stenographer Group C  and Group D Recruitment Examination 2019 All Registered Candidates Can Download Exam Date . Now Protection Status

Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Stenographer Group C | Group D Recruitment 2019


Important Date Application Fee
  • Apply Online Form : 20/09/2019
  • Last Date Apply Form : 18/10/2019
  • Last Date Fee Payment : 18/10/2019
  • CBT Exam Date : 10-12 September 2020
  • Admit Card Available : 24-30/12/2020   
  • General/OBC : 100/-
  • SC/ST/ PH : 0/-
  • Female : 0/-
  • Payment Mode : Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking OR SBI E Challan Mode.
Age Limit  01/01/2020 Eligibility
  • Minimum Age : 18 Years
  • Maximum Age : 27 Years ( Grade D)
  • Maximum Age : 30 Years  (Grade C)
  • Age Relaxation Extra as Per Rules.   
  • Stenographer Group C : Passed 10+2 Intermediate Exam Form Any Recognized Board in Indian
  • Transcription English : 40 Minutes. Hindi : 55 Minutes.
  • Stenographer Group D :   Passed 10+2 Intermediate Exam Form Any Recognized Board in Indian
  • Transcription English : 50 Minutes. Hindi : 65 Minutes.
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