SSC JHT Paper 1 Result Announced; 1,977 Candidates Qualify the Exam

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial
Updated on Jan 30, 2020 10:11 IST

SSC JHT Paper 1 result 2019 announced on January 29, 2020. A total of 1,977 candidates have qualified for the Paper 2 exam. 

SSC JHT Paper 1 Result

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced SSC Junior Hindi Translator Paper 1 result 2019 on January 29, 2020. Along with the result, the category-wise cut off marks are also released by the examination authority. The Paper 1 exam was held at various centres on November 26, 2019. The result was announced on the official website in PDF format. The result PDF displays the list of qualified candidates.

A total of 12,359 candidates appeared in the Paper 1 exam, out of which, total 1,977 candidates qualified the exam. On the basis of SSC JHT Paper 1 result, candidates are selected for Paper 2 exam. The Paper 2 exam of SSC JHT 2019 is scheduled to be conducted on February 16, 2020. Qualified candidates will be issued SSC JHT admit card for Paper 2 a week before the exam.

How to check SSC JHT result 2019?

Candidates can follow the steps below to check the result of SSC JHT.

  • Visit the official website
  • Click the result link on the home page
  • The list of qualified candidates in PDF format opens in a new page
  • Check your roll number in the PDF
  • Download the PDF

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SSC JHT 2019 Result Statistics

The table below contains the category-wise number of candidates who have qualified the Paper 1 exam.

Category Number of appeared candidates

SC 

389 

ST

179 

OBC

738 

EWS

283 

UR 

302 

OH 

25 

HH 

30 

VH 

15

Others Pwd

16

Total 

1,977

SSC JHT 2019 Cut off

Candidates can check below the category-wise SSC JHT cut off marks.

Category  Cutoff marks 

SC

105.25

ST 

94.00

OBC 

114.00

EWS

104.75 

UR

128.75

OH

110.25 

HH 

53.25 

VH 

102.50

Others Pwd

40.75

 

About the Author
Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial

A mass communication and journalism post-graduate, Anangsha has worked as a reporter and sub-editor and enjoys working in the education domain.

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