In this article, we are going to provide you all the information related to duties and responsibilities of a Stenographer (Grade C and D) in various Ministries/ Government Departments alongwith their salary structure, allowances given to them and promotion policy.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the annual examination for recruitment of Stenographer Grade “C” (Group B- Non-Gazetted) and Stenographer Grade “D” (Group C- Non-Gazetted) in various government departments. The online submission of Application Form for SSC Stenographer Grade C and D has been started from 22nd October 2018 till 19th November 2018. The candidates are supposed to undergo two stages of SSC Stenographerselection procedure, i.e., Paper – I: online examination consisting of objective type multiple choice questions (Stage 1 will be an online examination consisting of objective type multiple choice questions and will be conducted from 5th February 2019 to 7th February 2019. ) and Paper – II: Skill Test in Stenography. To be eligible for the posts, one needs to have passed the 12th standard examination along with stenography skills.
In this article, we are going to provide you all the information related to the post Stenographer Grade “C” and “D”; be it the nature of the work, postings, pay scales or the promotion policies. Let us first look at the work responsibilities of a Stenographer in detail:
Job Profile of Stenographer Grade C and D
The duties and responsibilities of a Stenographer in various Ministries/ Government Departments are stated below:
Mainly, a Stenographer has to write the official speeches & declaration for the senior officers of the department.A stenographer will be assigned to a senior officer and any speech given by that officer has to be noted down by the assigned Stenographer.
Press Conference Briefings:
Under this profile, a stenographer is asked to attend the press conferences along with a Minister or a Senior Officer so that he or she can record the statements of the persons in the conference. A stenographer need to help its department in making and issuing a press release on the same subject matter discussed in the conference.
Assisting the Minister or Officer:
A stenographer assigned to a particular officer or a minister needs to assist him/her in writing speeches and declarations for the Ministry Offices. Most of the time, stenographers have a good knowledge on these matters more than anybody else due to their constant involvement in the proceedings.