SSC Stenographer Eligibility Criteria 2020-21
The Staff selection commission sets all the eligibility criteria for the candidates. If the candidates are able to meet the parameter of eligibility conditions, then he or she is able to give the exam. SSC Stenographer exam also has eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria include the information related to nationality, educational qualification and age too. The candidates who wish to give this exam must be aware about the eligibility criteria. Due to it he/she will be able to give the exam.
It is necessary for aspirants to meet up with the requirements related to nationality.
- Aspirants must have residency of India or a Bhutan and Nepal’s subject.
- A person who is a refugee from Tibet and came to India with the purpose of permanent settlement in India before 1 January 1962.
- An aspirant who belongs to Indian origin and get migration from countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, East African Countries like Uganda, unit Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, Vietnam and has a plan of permanent living in India
SSC Stenographer Age Limit
|Stenographer Grade C||18 to 30|
|Stenographer grade D||18 to 27|
SSC Stenographer Age Relaxation
The candidates who belong to reserve categories have some upper age limit relaxation. The below-mentioned table reveals information about age relaxation.
|PwD (unreserved)||Ten years|
|PwD (OBC)||13 years|
|PwD (SC/ST)||15 years|
|A candidate who had been domiciled in state Jammu and Kashmir between January 1, 1980, and December 31, 1989||Five years|
|A candidate who is defence personnel disabled during hostilities either in a foreign country or in a disturbed area||3 Years|
|An aspirant who is defence personnel disable during hostilities either in a foreign country or disturbed area||8 Years|
Permissible relaxation for Group C post only in upper age limit:
|Divorced women/ Woman who is judicially separated||Up to 35 years|
|Divorced women/ Woman who is judicially separated(SC/ST)||Up to 40 years|
|A candidate who is a Central government civilian employee who has regular and continuous service for not less than three years||Up to 40 years|
|A candidate who is a Central government civilian employee who has regular and ongoing service for not less than three years (SC/ST)||Up to 45 years|
|An aspirant who is a service clerk and has last year in the armed forces.||Up to 45 years|
|An aspirant who is a service clerk and has last year in the armed forces. (SC/ST)||Up to 50 years|
|The employee of Retrenched census office of registrar general of India||Three years including the duration of service|
SSC Stenographer Educational Qualification
Candidates must have the minimum qualification for SSC Stenographer exam is 12th from any well-known board. The Distance Education Bureau must check the degrees or documents that are provided by the candidate, University Grants Commission.
In the end, read all the eligibility criteria of this exam. By this you will get an idea that you are able to give the exam or not. Keep all the eligibility criteria in your mind while thinking about giving the exam.