Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission has issued advertisement for appointment to 13 posts of Junior Translator. Online applications will be taken for appointment to these posts from 21 February to 20 March. According to the information, the examination fee will be paid by March 23, while the photo and signature will be uploaded by March 26. The link for amendment in online application will be open from March 29 to April 1. In Junior Translator, there will be appointment on six posts for unreserved, three for Scheduled Tribe, one for Scheduled Caste, one for Extremely Backward Class, one for Backward Class and one for Economically Weaker Section.
Qualification – For appointment to these posts, Master’s degree in Hindi or English with English or Hindi as a compulsory or optional subject at the degree level will be mandatory.
Age Limit – 22 to 35 years.
Pay Level – Matrix 6-(Rs. 35400 – 112400)
Selection will be based on the examination which will be of two hours descriptive pattern.
Examination Fee – Rs 100
SC, ST of Jharkhand – Rs 50
Commission’s notice regarding JSSC CGL exam
The Commission has given clarification in this regard after canceling the CGL exam due to paper leak. The Commission has said that the responsibility of conducting the examination rests with the outsourcing agency. No Commission employee has any involvement in this. The Commission said in the notice, ‘Many rumors are being spread regarding the examination system, to dispel them, this information is being published that in the examinations conducted under the aegis of the Commission, all the work from receiving the online application form to preparing the result is being done. The processes are conducted through outsourcing agencies. Which exam center will be there for which candidates, which experts will select the exam questions, what will be the questions, what will be their answers, which question set will be given to which candidate to answer, any kind of information on such points. , is not given to any level employee or official of the Commission till the completion of the concerned examination.
Selection of questions in OMR based offline (paper mode) competitive examinations and preparation and printing of question papers, and action of district-wise, examination-centre-wise and examination-room-wise packing and sealing of question papers, selected outsourcing. Is done by the agency. After this, all the examination materials are deposited directly (i.e. not by bringing it to the Commission) in Ranchi District Treasury in sealed condition five to six days before the scheduled date of examination by the outsourcing agency.
The Commission said that the custody of the examination materials or information about the questions never remains with the Commission or any official or officer or employee of the Commission at any time.