SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern 2015 – SSC Steno Grade C & D Exam Pattern Details: Are you looking for scheme of Stenographer Exam 2015. The Staff Selection Commission is all set to conduct the Stenographers (Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’) Examination, 2015. The written examination for SSC stenographer has scheduled to be held on 27th December. Here we have brought you all aspirants the SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern details which help you in Stenographer written examination preparation. SSC Stenographer Grade C & D Exam Pattern Details are given below…
SSC Stenographer Exam Pattern
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the Stenographer (Grade ‘C’ and Grade ‘D’) Examination once in a year. This year too, SSC had finally issued recruitment notification for SSC Stenographer Examination 2015 which has scheduled to be held in the month of December 2015. All those candidates who will appear at SSC Stenographer written examination must check exam pattern details given below.
The SSC Stenographer examination will consist of a written examination and skill test also known as stenography test (Short Hand).
Must Check: SSC Stenographer Syllabus.
SSC Stenographer Exam Structure:
The written examination will consist of one objective type paper as shown below. Candidates should check scheme of written examination for SSC Stenographer Grade C and Grade D posts.
No. of Question
General Intelligence & Reasoning
2 Hours (120 Minute)
English Language and
Question Type: The Paper will consist of Objective Type Multiple choice questions only. The questions except in Part III will be set both in English & Hindi. SSC Stenographer exam paper will be bilingual.
Marking Scheme: There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. Candidates are, therefore, advised to keep this in mind while answering the questions.
Instructions: Candidates are not permitted to use Mobile Phone, Calculators or any other electronic/electrical device for answering any paper (Test Booklets). Candidates must not, therefore, bring Mobile Phone, Calculators or any other electronic/electrical device inside the Examination premises. Possession of these items, whether in use or not, will be considered as “use of unfair means” in the Examination and appropriate action will be taken by the Commission against such candidates, as per extant policy of the Commission.
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