Introduction: Discover a world of possibilities with the Staff Selection Commission, a premier establishment that offers a diverse array of career prospects in the public sector. The organization is committed to excellence and dedicated to fostering a positive work environment for all employees.
Available Job Titles:
- Junior Hindi Translator
- Junior Translator
- Senior Hindi Translator
Company Overview: Staff Selection Commission, situated in the heart of New Delhi, stands as a distinguished governmental department. Its overarching mission revolves around recruiting qualified professionals to serve various ministries, departments, and organizations. The organization’s values include integrity, transparency, and merit-based selection. The establishment has achieved accolades for its contribution to the country’s development.
Job Titles: Junior Hindi Translator & Senior Hindi Translator
Job Description: Junior Hindi Translator: As a Junior Hindi Translator, the candidate will play a pivotal role in seamlessly translating and meticulously proofreading documents from English to Hindi and vice versa. The role demands a Master’s degree in Hindi from a recognized university, with English as either a compulsory or elective subject, or as the medium of examination. Proficiency in computer applications is essential for success in this position.
Senior Hindi Translator: In the role of a Senior Hindi Translator, the candidate will take on the responsibility of supervising and guiding Junior Hindi Translators while ensuring the delivery of top-notch translation work. Tasks will include maintaining the translation memory and term base. This role requires a Master’s degree in Hindi from a recognized university, with English as either a compulsory or elective subject, or as the medium of examination. Additionally, a minimum of three years of experience in translation work is a prerequisite.
Salary/Stipend: For the Junior Hindi Translator role, the salary falls under the Pay Level-6 of the 7th CPC pay matrix, ranging from Rs. 35,400 to Rs. 1,12,400. The Senior Hindi Translator position is classified under Pay Level-7, with a salary range of Rs. 44,900 to Rs. 1,42,400 as per the 7th CPC pay matrix.
Qualifications and Experience: Eligibility for the Junior Hindi Translator position requires a Master’s degree in Hindi from a recognized university, with English as either a compulsory or elective subject, or as the medium of examination. Proficiency in computer applications is a must. For the role of Senior Hindi Translator, a Master’s degree in Hindi from a recognized university, with English as either a compulsory or elective subject, or as the medium of examination, is necessary. Additionally, candidates should possess a minimum of three years of experience in translation work.
Application Procedure: Prospective candidates can submit their applications online through the official website of SSC Headquarters. Ensure all required details are correctly filled, and scanned copies of necessary documents are uploaded before submitting the application.
Selection Process: For the Junior Hindi Translator position, the selection process involves a computer-based examination comprising paper-I and paper-II. In the case of the Senior Hindi Translator role, the selection process entails a computer-based examination consisting of paper-I and paper-II, followed by an interview.
Last Date to Apply: Kindly ensure your applications are submitted before 12.09.2023 (2300 hours).
Important Dates: The window for Application Form Correction and online payment of Correction Charges is scheduled from 13.09.2023 to 14.09.2023 (2300 hours). The computer-based examination (paper-I) is slated for October 2023.
Application Fees: Details regarding application fees can be found on our website.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question 1: What is the Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, and Senior Hindi Translator Examination?
Answer: The Staff Selection Commission is conducting an Open Competitive Computer Based Examination for direct recruitment of Group “B” Non-Gazetted posts of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translation Officer, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator, and Senior Translator for various Ministries/Departments/Organizations in the Government of India.
Question 2: When will the examination be held?
Answer: The examination will be held from 22.08.2023 to 12.09.2023.
Question 3: What is the last date for submission of online applications?
Answer: The last date and time for submitting online applications is 12.09.2023 at 2300 hours.
Question 4: What is the last date for making an online fee payment?
Answer: The last date and time for making an online fee payment is 12.09.2023 at 2300 hours.
Question 5: Can women candidates apply for the examination?
Answer: Yes, the government encourages women candidates to apply, as they strive for gender balance in their workforce.
Question 6: What is the fee for online application?
Answer: The fee for online application is Rs. 100 (Rupees One Hundred).
Question 7: Is there any provision for the re-evaluation of scores?
Answer: No, there is no provision for re-evaluation or re-checking of scores.
Question 8: How many vacancies are there under the Junior Hindi Translator post?
Answer: For Junior Hindi Translator, there are a total of 25 vacancies, of which 16 are for the UR category, 3 for the OBC category, 4 for the SC category, and 2 for the ST category.
Question 9: Will there be any correction window for the application form?
Answer: Yes, there will be a window for correction in the application form and online payment of correction charges from 13.09.2023 to 14.09.2023 (2300 hours).
Question 10: Is there any reservation for persons with disabilities in this examination?
Answer: Yes, the government provides reservation for Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD). Details of reserved vacancies are given in Annexure-III (B).
Question 11: What are the documents required for the scribe facility?
Answer: For the scribe facility, documents required are a certificate regarding physical limitations in an examinee to write (Annexure I) and a letter of undertaking by the person with specified disability (Annexure-IIA).
Question 12: Can the candidate opt for his/her own scribe?
Answer: Yes, the candidate is free to opt for his/her own scribe or the facility provided by the commission.
Question 13: What should the candidate do if he/she has difficulty in writing the examination?
Answer: The candidate must produce a certificate from the Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon/Medical Superintendent of a government healthcare institution as per proforma at Annexure-I.
Question 14: What is the duration of the validity of the certificate of a person with a disability promoting the appointment of the concerned candidate?
Answer: The certificate’s validity is for a maximum period of six months or less, as may be certified by the medical authority.
Question 15: What should a certificate by a specialist of the relevant stream/disability include?
Answer: A certificate by a specialist should include the nature and percentage of disability mentioned in the certificate of disability and the physical limitation(s) that hamper the candidate’s writing capabilities.
Question 16: What are the qualifications required for a scribe service?
Answer: The qualification required for a scribe service is not more than class XII.
Question 17: What are the different modes of payment for the application fee?
Answer: The different modes of payment for the application fee are credit card/debit card/net banking or SBI Challan.
Question 18: Will the commission accept the application form in offline mode?
Answer: No, the commission will not accept the application form in offline mode.
Question 19: What should be included in the candidate’s declaration?
Answer: The candidate’s declaration should include that he/she has gone through the instructions and confirms that he/she fulfills the eligibility conditions.
Question 20: Can a candidate change the information provided after registering for the examination?
Answer: Yes, the candidate can change the information provided in the Basic details section. However, it should be done with caution as incorrect information may lead to candidature cancellation.