SSC CHSL Recruitment 2017
Post Name :
1. Junior Translator in Central Secretariat Official Language Service
2. Junior Translator in M/o Railways (Railway Board)
3. Junior Translator in Armed Forces Headquarters (AFHQ)
4. Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices
who have adopted Model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT
5. Senior Hindi Translator in various Central Government Ministries/
6. Junior Translator/Junior Hindi Translator in subordinate offices
who have not yet adopted Model RRs of DoP&T for JT/JHT
7. Hindi Pradhyapak in Central Hindi Training Institute (CHTI) posts
Qualification : All Interested Candidates should have completed Master’s Degree or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.
Pay Scale : Selected Candidates Per Month Rs. 35400- 112400/- (Post 1-6), Rs. 47600 – 151100/- (Post 7) Salary.
Age Limit : Candidates age limit should not exceed 30 Years as on 01-01-2017.Age relaxations as per the govt rules.
Selection Process : Selection based on Written Exam, Interview.
Application Fee : For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is – 100/- & For All Other Candidates (SC/ST/PWD/Women/Ex-S ) Application Fee is – Nil
How To Apply: All Eligible Candidates may fill the online application through official website http://ssc.nic.in.before or on 05-05-2017.
Important Dates :
Last Date For Submission of Online Application : 05-05-2017
About Staff Selection Commission :
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization under Government of India to recruit staff for various posts in the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices.
This commission is an attached office of the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) which consists of Chairman, two Members and a Secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations. His post is equivalent to the level of Additional Secretary to the Government of India.
The Estimates committee in the Parliament recommended the setting up of a Service Selection Commission in its 47th report (1967–68) for conducting examinations to recruit lower categories of posts. Later, in the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms, on 4 November 1975 Government of India constituted a commission called Subordinate Service Commission. On 26 September 1977, Subordinate Services Commission was renamed as Staff Selection Commission. The functions of Staff Selection Commission were redefined by The Government of India through Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions on 21 May 1999. Then the new constitution and functions of Staff Selection Commission came into effect from 1 June 1999. Every year SSC conducts the SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination for recruiting non-gazetted officers to various government jobs.