SSC Stenographer Group C & D Application Starts: Online application for the posts of SSC Stenographer Group C & D Recruitment 2020 has commenced from 10th October 2020. Staff Selection Commission conducts this yearly Examination to select the candidates for the Posts of Steno Group C & D in various Govt. Departments and Ministries. We have decided to give all of the Job Aspirants a brief overview of this popular Recruitment. Reasons for that is the minimum qualification requirements and at the same time the career prospects of the selected candidates. If you are interested to know the details, then you can follow this page. In the end, we assure that you will have a clear and new concept of the Stenographer Posts. Hence follow this page till the end.
Why should you apply for SSC Stenographer Recruitment 2020?
Many of the job aspirants who prepare for various Govt. Jobs are scared of learning shorthand courses. Well, the potential that this skill has is untapped and unexplored by most of the Job Aspirants. To start off, SSC Stenographer Group C & D Results clearly states that most of the selected candidates of the Exam got their posting in the Departments as under-
- Comptroller & Auditor General of India
- Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
- Income Tax Department (CBDT)
- Customs & Excise Department ( CBEC)
- Intelligence Bureau
- Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)
We are sure most of the Candidates have a dream to work for any of the Department. So Allotted Department after selection of this exam is the most sought after by Job Aspirants. We have attached a download link of selected candidates of SSC Stenographer Group C&D 2016 for your reference-
You may check [SSC Eastern Region Steno Group C & D Selection List]
Career Opportunities after selection as Stenographer Group C/D
Stenographer Group C Posts carries higher pay scale with Grade Pay of Rs 4200/- & 4600/- and are posted mostly in different ministries. On promotion, they are selected as Private Secretary / Personal Secretary which is a highly responsible and respectable post in the concerned Ministry. But here we are stressing on Stenographer Group D Posts, as we already said every aspirant should sit for this exam at least, this time. As a Stenographer Group c, selected candidates will be posted as junior Stenographer in a Govt. Department. But Stenographer being a special cadre opens up the promotion opportunities for this cadres especially. This can be illustrated through an example below-
Let us assume that you have been selected as Stenographer in the Income Tax Department, after three years of service; you can appear for IT Inspector Exam through Departmental Exam. This is the same post which is the most demanding posts in SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam. In General, most of you might be preparing for CGL Exam, whereas to crack this prestigious Exam, Aspirants require a high level of Merit and you shall have to clear three stages of selection. After that, an all India Level Merit List will decide you selection as Income Tax Inspector. Isn’t it a very tough process?, although we encourage the job aspirants to sit for this SSC CGL Exam.
But when there is a simple process of getting this highly coveted post, you all can use this opportunity. The same rule is applicable in CBI, aspirants selected in CBI can become a CBI Inspector through Departmental Exam very soon. Now if somebody thinks of Departmental Exam to be very competitive. We can’t believe that as you all have been preparing hard to crack pan India level competitive Exams, hence clearing Departmental Exams should not bother you all. We have given the link below to the Departmental Circulars below for the Job Aspirants.
Why SSC Stenographer Recruitment is an easy Exam?
Dear Aspirants, you might wonder as to why we termed SSC Stenographer Exam as an easy exam. Well, here we are explaining this. SSC Stenographer Selection Process has a single Online Test followed by Skill Test. Now for the same pay scale and for other less popular department postings, you all shall have to appear for more rigorous exams in SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Examination. Secondly, the number of applicants for this Examination is less, thus making this exam a less competitive one. Thirdly the Examination is open for candidates who are not graduate, only applicants who have passed 10+2 Examination can appear for this Recruitment.
SSC Stenographer Group C & D Notification 2020
Here we are sharing the Notification Details and also the Application Link of SSC Stenographer 2020 Examination details below. Applicants desirous to grab this opportunity can apply using the Link shared below.
|Recruitment Authority||Staff Selection Commission|
|Exam Name||SSC Stenographer Recruitment 2020|
|Start Date of Online Application||10/10/2020|
|Closing Date of Application||04/11/2020|
|Application Fee||Rs. 100/-|
|Exam Date||29th to 31st March 2020|
|Age Limit||Stenographer Grade ‘C’: 18 to 30 years as on 01-08-2020|
Stenographer Grade ‘D’: 18-27 years as on 01-08-2020
|Educational Qualification||10+2 Passed|
|Application Link||Click Here|
|Admit Card / Selection Process||Click Here|
Please refer to the Official Notification for more details before submitting the Application Online.
Final Words on SSC Stenographer Recruitment 2020
Interested Aspirants can start their Shorthand Course from today onwards as Online Test is scheduled in March 2020 and we assume the Skill Test will be conducted in June / July 2020. Therefore, candidates can learn Stenography Course with the required Speed Test within a period of 5 to six months. Hence you can clear the skill test for final selection on clearing the CBT.
Hopefully, you all found this article interesting and informative. We would like to clarify that we are not diverting nor requesting Job aspirants forcefully to apply for the SSC Stenographer Recruitment 2020. This is an opportunity which our team felt to share with the job aspirants.
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FAQ on SSC Stenographer Exam 2020
10+2 is the minimum qualification to apply.
4th Nov 2020 is the closing date of application.
No, the application process is only online.