The most awaited SSC stenographer result 2016 for both the grades- Grade C and D, is finally out. The results for both the grades can be checked on the official website of Staff Selection Commission. Exam for the SSC stenographer Grade C and D was held in the early quarter of this year, on 31st January 2016. The SSC stenographer Grade C and D result includes the names of all those candidates who have been shortlisted in the stenographer Grade C and D merit list for the next round of skill test for stenography.
The candidates shortlisted as per the described stenographer Grade C and D cut off criterion will be now called for the next round of skills testing. This will be the final round for both the grades- Grade C and Grade D. There were approx 1064 vacancies for these government posts, which will be filled with selected candidates for various ministries/ Department Of Central Government.
Previously, the SSC stenographer Grade C and D results were to be announced around 08th June 2016. However, it has been announced prior to the expected date, i.e. on 27th May 2016. Below mentioned details will help all those prospective candidates fetch the results for both- Grade C and Grade D for the steno exams 2016.
How to check the results for SSC stenographer result 2016
The results for the Staff Selection Commission stenographer result 2016 are available on SSC’s official website. The results can be checked from there with simple series of step by step process. Visit the online official website of SSC on www.ssc.nic.in and follow the followed links as available on the website to reach the final page. To check the results, the roll number is a vital component and will be necessarily needed in the details section. Fill in the details to reach the final result page. The page can be either downloaded or preserved in soft copy for future reference.
Skill/Steno Test Details 2016
The qualified folk will have to appear for the steno skill test comprising of three parts:-
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Both the grades will have different criterion for short listing.