CBSE Junior Assistant 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the computer-based written examination for recruiting 357 vacancies of Junior Assistant, Senior Assistant, Stenographer, Accountant, Analyst, JHT, etc. The computer-based exam was conducted by CBSE from 28th to 31st January 2020. The answer key for the same was released within 4 days, on 4th February 2020. Now, what is the next step to take after the CBSE Junior Assistant Result is declared?
As the answer key is already released, the result is expected to be declared within one month. The candidates 10 times the number of vacancies will be selected for the typing test. Candidates must have already calculated their marks in CBSE Junior Assistant written exam. Now the question arises, how many marks do you require to be sure of your selection in the written exam? Check below to know more:
The score required to clear the CBSE Junior Assistant Exam 2020
Candidates scoring more than 160 marks can be relieved as their selection in the written exam is guaranteed. The cut off for general candidates may vary as it depends on various factors including the number of candidates appeared in the exam, shifts, difficulty level, vacancies, etc.
|Post||CBSE Junior Assistant|
|Pay Scale||Level-2 Of 7TH CPC
(PB-1 OF RS. 5200-20200 +
GP OF RS. 1900)
|Written Exam Held on||29th and 30th January 2020|
|Candidates To be Selected for Typing Test||2040 candidates|
|Result Date||To be notified|
|Expected Cut Off||142 – 152|
CBSE Junior Assistant Typing Test Details
- The CBSE Junior Assistant Stage I exam has been conducted. Candidates having the required score must start preparing for the next stage i.e. Typing test/ Skill test.
- Candidates appearing in stage 2 must have the required typing speed of 35 w.p.m. or speed of 10500 KDPH in English or 30 w.p.m. or equivalent speed of 9000 KDPH in Hindi on Computer.
CBSE Recruitment: Total Vacancies
|2||Assistant Secretary (IT)||7|
|4||Junior Hindi Translator||8|