SSC Stenographer Exam 2020 Skill Test Dates: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the dates for SSC Group C and D Steno Skill Test for the SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2020 held on 11th, 12th, and 15th November 2021. Candidates who have cleared the SSC Stenographer Grade C D Result 2020 released on January 21, 202 are qualified to appear for the Skill Test to be held in the month of June 2022. Check SSC Group C and D Steno Skill Test guidelines on the official SSC website ssc.nic.in
According to the official SSC notice released, the SSC Stenographer Exam 2020 Skill Test will be held on June 20 and June 21, 2022 where a total of 17,053 candidates (3608 Grade C and 13445 Grade D) are recommended to appear for the SSC Stenographer Exam 2020 Skill Test on the aforementioned dates.
SSC Stenographer Exam 2020 Skill Test Dates
Following in the details of dates for the SSC Group C and D Steno Skill Test:
|Exam/Event||SSC Stenographer Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination, 2020|
|Organising Body||Staff Selection Commission (SSC)|
|SSC Group C and D Steno Skill Test Dates||June 20 and June 21, 2022|
SSC Group C D Steno Skill Test Guidelines
Candidates qualified for appearing for the SSC Group C D Steno Skill Test must note the following guidelines:
The printout of the typed text will not be taken after the Stenography Skill Test
For English Transcription (Typing) candidates are advised to choose English (US) as their Keyboard Layout option.
For Hindi Transcription (Typing) candidates are advised to choose Hindi lnscript /Hindi Krutidev/Hindi Remington CBI /Hindi Remington GAIL as their Keyboard Layout option
VH Candidates carrying their BRAILLE Typewriter will be allotted an isolated Seat to avoid any disturbance to other candidates.
The Commission will provide the Computer, Keyboard, and Shorthand Notebook for the test. The candidate will be allowed to bring his/her own keyboard
Candidates are required to bring their own Pen/Pencil/Sharpener/Eraser for the test.
Compensatory Time to eligible candidates will only be permissible during Transcription (Typing) but not during the Shorthand dictation.