SSC Stenographer Grade C and D Exam 2017: Admit cards released at ssc.nic.in
As of now, the SSC Stenographer (Grade C and D) examination 2017 admit cards have been released for Western region (Mumbai), Madhya Pradesh region and Central region.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the Stenographer (Grade C and D) examination 2017 admit cards for three regions.
As of now, the admit cards have been released for Western region (Mumbai), Madhya Pradesh region and Central region.The examination will be held from September 11 to September 14 at various test centres across the nation.
Status Report as on 30.08.2017 of Results to be declared by the Commission.
Click on the links given below to go to the login page of the regional websites for downloading the admit card:
- Western region (Mumbai): Admit card
- Madhya Pradesh Region: Admit card
- Central Region: Admit card
The examination will be held from September 11 to September 14, 2017.
Here’s the steps to download SSC Stenographer (Grade C and D) Exam 2017 admit card:
1. Visit the official website.
2. Click on the link for admit card on the home page
3. Now click on the link for the region you have applied for.
4. Now you will be redirected to the regional SSC website.
5. Fill in the details and click submit
6. Now, your admit card will display on the screen
7. Take a print out and save it for future reference
- The total duration of the test will be of two hours
- The examination will carry 200 marks
- There will be 50 questions on General Intelligence and Reasoning carrying 50 marks, 50 questions on General Awareness carrying 50 marks and 100 questions on English Language and Comprehension carrying 100 marks
- There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) was established in November 4, 1975. The organisation works under the Government of India and recruits staff for several posts in the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in subordinate offices.
It is headquartered at New Delhi. Presently, there are seven regional offices at Allahabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore and two Sub-Regional Offices at Raipur and Chandigarh. Each regional office is headed by a Regional Director and each sub-regional office is headed by a Deputy-Director.
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