Staff Selection Commission of India has relelased SSC Stenographer 2018-19 Result for Grade C & D on 16th April 2019. Candidates can check their Steno Result from the link mentioned below. The Written Exam for SSC Stenographer 2018-19 was conducted from 5th to 7th February 2019.
SSC has released Final Result for SSC Stenographer 2017 Exam on 28th November 2018. Candidates can check the official notice on SSC Stenographer Final Result by clicking on the link mentioned below.
Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ 2016 Revised Result has been declared by Staff Selection Commission. Candidates can now check the revised final result by clciking on the link mentioned below.
Total candidates appeared in the examination: 1,918
Total No. Of Shortlisted Candidates: 1,216
Candidates shortlisted for post of Stenographer Grade C : 173
One must have a prior knowledge of the previous year cut off for SSC Stenographer exam in order to scale down the expected SSC Stenographer 2018-19 Cut-Off. Let's have a look at the previous year cut off.
* 07 OBC, 09 SC candidates are selected at UR standard
Candidates shortlisted for the post of Stenographer Grade ‘D’: 1,088
SSC will organize SSC Stenographer Result in two phases:
Result for Written Exam: SSC will be conducting SSC Stenographer Grade C & Grade D from 5th to 7th February 2019. The Result for the same will b e released soon. Candidates who clear SSC Stenographer Written Exam 2018-19 will be eligible to give the Skill Test.
Result for Skill Test: SSC Stenographer Result for Skill Test will be declared after it has been condcuted for the selected students throuogh Written Exam for Grade C & D. Qualifying Skill Test is really important for each candidate as it will determine the final selection of candidate through SSC Stenographer 2018-19 Exam.
Final Result: The final list of selected candidates through SSC Stenographer 2018-19 for the post of Grade B and Grade C Officer will be displayed in the final result generated by Staff selection Commission of India. Final selection of candidates will be determined on the score obtained by candidates in the written test and the skill test. Hence candidates must fare really well in both these phases of examination to ensure their selection to the post of Officer Grade C & D.