Download Previous Years SSC Stenographers Question Papers – Last Year Stenographer Group C and Group D Exam Model Test Sample Papers : Time to show your eligibility in steno skills is very near. SSC is all set for conduction of Stenographers 2013 Exam for Group C Posts and Group D Posts. The exam is conducted once every year. But recent reports shows that very few candidates get qualified in this exam because of less preparation efforts. On other hand competition is also full because minimum qualification required to be eligible to apply for this exam is 12th Class. Every year lakh of aspirants tries their luck by appear in the written test but a few completes their travel by getting selected for skill test.
The recruitment process will consist of a Written Test with Objective Type Questions followed by Skill Test in Stenography for which speed of 100 w.p.m. for Grade ‘C’ and 80 w.p.m. for Stenographer Grade ’D’ is required. Pay Scale for Group C posts is Rs.9300-34800 plus Grade Pay while Rs.5200-20200 plus Grade Pay for Group D posts. Written test which is going to be organized on December 29th, 2013, will consist of 3 sections out of which 2 sections have 50-50 marks each while one section have 100 Marks. Total marks for the exam are 200 and there will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer entered. Download Previous Years SSC Stenographers Exam Question Papers From below. SSC LDC DEO Result
SSC Stenographer Question Papers of Last Years Exam
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