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How to Apply for SSC JHT 2022?

SSC JHT Recruitment 2022 Notification: Staff Selection Commission has issued notice on 20 July for recruitment to the Group ‘B’ non-gazetted posts of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator and Senior Hindi Translator.

Applicants have to appear for SSC JHT Exam 2022 which will be conducted in the month of October 2022. Selected applicants will be recruited under various departments of Government of India including CSOLS, Railway Board, AFHQ.

To appear for SSC JHT 2022 exam, students need to register for SSC JHT 2022 on the SSC website. Application for SSC JHT can be done till 04 August 2022.

How to Apply for SSC JHT 2022?

To apply for these posts, one has to visit the official website of SSC, ssc.nic.in. On the homepage of the website, you will find a link to ‘Register Now’ in the login section.

Here you have to fill the requested details.

Save the provided information. Now before ‘Final Submit’, take a draft printout and review the filled information thoroughly.

Now read the ‘Declaration’ very carefully and click on ‘I Agree’.

Now login with your ‘Registration Number’ and Password.

Now click on the link ‘Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator and Senior Hindi Translator Examination, 2022’ section under ‘Latest Notifications’.

Information in columns 1 to 14 will be automatically populated with your one-time registration data which is not editable.

Give your preference for the examination centers and fill the serial number 15 and also fill other serial numbers.

Upload your photograph now.

Go through the declaration carefully and click on the “I agree” check box, if you accept it. Enter the captcha code.

Preview and verify the information provided by you.

If you are not exempted from payment of fee then proceed to pay fee.

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