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PHYSICAL DISABILITIES PERMITTED FOR THE POSTS UNDER Jr TRANSLATORS EXAM

Junior Hindi Translators/Junior Translators and Senior Hindi Translators

  • One Arm (OA)
  • One Leg (OL)
  • One Arm & Leg (OAL)
  • Both Legs (BL)
  • Both Legs One Arm (BLOA)
  • Blind (B)
  • LV (Low vision)

NOTE: As the “Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016” has come into force with effect from 19.04.2017 and new categories of disabilities such as Autism, Dwarfism, Acid Attack victims, Muscular Dystrophy, Intellectual Disability, Specific Learning Disability, Mental Illness and Multiple Disabilities, etc have been included.

Therefore, the candidates with such disabilities may also apply giving details of their disabilities in the online Application Form. However, their selection will be subject to identification of posts suitable for these categories as well as reporting of vacancies by the Indenting Departments. Candidates suffering from various disabilities as identified vide DoP&T OM No: 36035/02/2017-Estt (Res) dated 15-01-2018 (para-2.2) may select following PwD categories in the online Registration/ Application Form at ssc.nic.in

 

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PHYSICAL DISABILITIES PERMITTED FOR THE POSTS UNDER Jr TRANSLATORS EXAM

Junior Hindi Translators/Junior Translators and Senior Hindi Translators

  • One Arm (OA)
  • One Leg (OL)
  • One Arm & Leg (OAL)
  • Both Legs (BL)
  • Both Legs One Arm (BLOA)
  • Blind (B)
  • LV (Low vision)

NOTE: As the “Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016” has come into force with effect from 19.04.2017 and new categories of disabilities such as Autism, Dwarfism, Acid Attack victims, Muscular Dystrophy, Intellectual Disability, Specific Learning Disability, Mental Illness and Multiple Disabilities, etc have been included.

Therefore, the candidates with such disabilities may also apply giving details of their disabilities in the online Application Form. However, their selection will be subject to identification of posts suitable for these categories as well as reporting of vacancies by the Indenting Departments. Candidates suffering from various disabilities as identified vide DoP&T OM No: 36035/02/2017-Estt (Res) dated 15-01-2018 (para-2.2) may select following PwD categories in the online Registration/ Application Form at ssc.nic.in

RESERVATION IN Jr HINDI TRANSLATORS EXAM

1. Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, and Senior Hindi Translator being Group ‘B’ posts, there is no reservation for Ex-Servicemen (ESM) category. However, benefit of age-relaxation will be admissible to ESM candidates, as per extant Govt. Orders.

2. A person seeking appointment on the basis of reservation to OBCs must ensure that he/ she possesses the caste/ community certificate and does not fall in creamy layer on the crucial date. The crucial date for this purpose will be the closing date for receipt of application.

3. Crucial date for claim of SC/ ST/ OBC/ EWS/ PwD status will also be the closing date for receipt of online applications.

 

AGE LIMIT IN Jr HINDI TRANSLATORS EXAM

30 years for all posts

Permissible relaxation of upper age limits

NOTE-I: Ex-servicemen who have already secured employment in civil side under Central Government in Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ posts on regular basis after availing of the benefits of reservation given to ex-servicemen for their re-employment are NOT eligible for fee concession. However, eligibility for claiming benefit of reservation under EXS category will be there.

NOTE-II: The period of “Call up Service” of an Ex-Serviceman in the Armed Forces shall also be treated as service rendered in the Armed Forces for purpose of age relaxation as per rules.

NOTE-III: AGE CONCESSION IS NOT ADMISSIBLE TO SONS, DAUGHTERS AND DEPENDENTS OF EX-SERVICEMEN.

 

VISUALLY HANDICAPPED & CEREBRAL PALSY CANDIDATES 

1. Candidates with physical disability of 40% and more only would be considered as Persons with Disabilities (PwD) and entitled to reservation for Persons with Disabilities.

2. In case of persons with benchmark disabilities in the category of blindness, locomotor disability (both arm affected-BA) and cerebral palsy, the facility of scribe is provided, if desired by the candidate. Since the posts are not identified suitable for persons with BA and cerebral palsy disabilities, therefore facility of scribe will not be admissible to such candidates.

3. In case of other category of persons with benchmark disabilities, the provision of scribe will be provided on production of a certificate to the effect that the person concerned has physical limitation to write, and scribe is essential to write examination on his/ her behalf, from the Chief Medical Officer/ Civil Surgeon/ Medical Superintendent of a Government health care institution as per the prescribed proforma.

4. The candidate will have the discretion of opting for his/ her own scribe or the facility of scribe provided by the Commission. Appropriate choice in this regard will have to be given by the candidate in the online application form.

5. In case the candidate opts for his/her own scribe, the qualification of the scribe should be one step below the qualification of the candidate taking the examination. The candidates with benchmark disabilities opting for own scribe shall be required to submit details of the own scribe as per prescribed proforma. In case, subsequently it is found that the qualification of the scribe is not as declared by the candidate, then the candidate shall forfeit his/ her right to the post and claims relating thereto.

6. A compensatory time of 20 minutes per hour of examination will be provided to the persons who are allowed use of scribe as described.

7. The candidates who are allowed use of scribe but not availing the facility of scribe will also be given compensatory time of 20 minutes per hour of examination.

8. No attendant other than the scribe for eligible candidates will be allowed inside the examination hall.

9. One eyed candidates and partially blind candidates who are able to read the normal Question Paper set with or without magnifying glass and who wish to write/ indicate the answer with the help of magnifying glass will be allowed to use the same in the Examination Hall and will not be entitled to a Scribe. Such candidates will have to bring their own Magnifying Glass to the Examination Hall.

10. The PwD candidates who have availed the facility of Scribes/ Passage Reader and/ or compensatory time must produce relevant documents for the eligibility of scribe/compensatory time at the time of Document Verification. Failure to produce such supporting documents will lead to cancellation of their candidature for the examination.

 

QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSTS UNDER JR HINDI TRANSLATORS EXAM

For post code A (Junior Translator in Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS)

post code B (Junior Translator in M/o Railways (Railway Board)

post code C (Junior Translator in Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ) 

post code D (Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices who have adopted Model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT)

1. Master’s degree in Hindi with English as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level

OR

Master’s degree in English with Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level

OR

Master’s degree in any subject other than Hindi or English, with Hindi medium and English as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of a examination at the degree level

OR

Master’s degree in any subject other than Hindi or English, with English medium and Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level

OR

Master’s Degree in any subject other than Hindi or English, with Hindi and English as compulsory or elective subjects or either of the two as a medium of examination and the other as a compulsory or elective subject at degree level

2. Recognized Diploma or Certificate course in translation from Hindi to English & vice versa or two years’ experience of translation work from Hindi to English and vice versa in Central or State Government Office, including Government of India Undertaking.

For post codes E (Senior Hindi Translator in various Central Government Ministries/ Departments / Offices)
1. Master’s degree in Hindi with English as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level

OR

Master’s degree in English with Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level

OR

Master‟s degree in any subject other than Hindi or English, with Hindi medium and English as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of a examination at the degree level

OR

Master’s degree in any subject other than Hindi or English, with English medium and Hindi as a compulsory or elective subject or as the medium of examination at the degree level

OR

Master‟s Degree in any subject other than Hindi or English, with Hindi and English as compulsory or elective subjects or either of the two as a medium of examination and the other as a compulsory or elective subject at degree level

2. Recognized Diploma or Certificate course in translation from Hindi to English & vice versa or three years’ experience of translation work from Hindi to English and vice versa in Central or State Government Office, including Government of India Undertaking.

NOTE-I: Degrees/diplomas/certificates including technical education degrees/diplomas awarded through Open and Distance Learning mode of education by the Universities established by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature, Institutions Deemed to be Universities under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act,1956 and Institutions of National Importance declared under an Act of Parliament stand automatically recognized for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Central Government provided they have been approved by the University Grants Commission.

NOTE-II: The candidates who are able to prove by documentary evidence that the result of the educational qualifying examination was declared on or before the cut off date and he/she has been declared passed will also be considered to have met the required educational qualification.

NOTE-III: All candidates who are declared qualified by the Commission in Computer base examination will be required to produce all relevant Certificates in original such as Mark sheets/ Provisional Degree/ Diploma Certificate as proof of having acquired the minimum educational qualification failing which the candidature of such candidates will be cancelled by the Commission.

 

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION (Jr HINDI TRANSLATORS EXAM)

PAPER-I (Objective type — 2 hours)

i) General Hindi

  • Questions: 100
    Each question: 1 mark
    Negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

ii) General English 

  • Questions: 100
    Each question: 1 mark
    Negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

PAPER-II (Conventional/subjective type — 2 hours)

Translation & Essay

  • 200 marks

NOTE-I: Marks scored by candidates in the Computer Based Examinations (Paper-I), in case conducted in multiple shifts, will be normalized and such normalized scores will be used to determine final merit.

NOTE-II: Based on the marks scored in the (Paper-I), candidates will be shortlisted, category-wise, to appear in Paper-II.

NOTE-III: Based on the performance in Paper-I+Paper-II, candidates will be shortlisted for Document Verification.

NOTE: IV: Final selection and allocation of Ministries/ Departments will be made on the basis of the performance of candidates in Paper-I+Paper-II and the preference of Posts/ Departments exercised by them at the time of Document Verification.

NOTE-V: Minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I and Paper-II are as follows:

1. UR 30%
2. OBC / EWS 25%
3. Others 20%

SYLLABUS FOR POSTS UNDER JR HINDI TRANSLATORS EXAM

General Hindi & General English
The questions will be designed to test the candidates’ understanding of the languages and literature, correct use of words, phrases and idioms and ability to write the languages correctly, precisely and effectively. The questions will be of degree level.

Translation and Essay
The paper will contain two passages for translation-one passage for translation from Hindi to English and one passage for translation from English to Hindi, and an Essay each in Hindi and English, to test the candidates’ translation skills and their ability to write as well as comprehend the two languages correctly, precisely and effectively. The level of the paper will be consistent with the educational qualifications prescribed.

 

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