SSC MTS 2016-17 Recruitment
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released the notification about SSC MTS Recruitment 2016 for the Multitasking (Non-Technical) staff examination 2016. Interested candidates can apply for SSC MTS 2016 from 24th December 2016 on the SSC MTS 2016 official website. Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the Paper-I and Paper-II exam respectively.
Following are the SSC MTS exam details.
Exam Conducting body: Staff Selection Commission
Examination Name: Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Non-Technical
Region: Western Region, North Region, MP Sub-region, Eastern Region, North Eastern Region, KKR Region, Southern Region, North Wester Region, Central Region
Job type: Multi Tasking Staff (Grade IV Posts)
Total Number of Posts: 8300
SSC MTS 2016-17 Important Dates:
SSC MTS Online registration start date : 24-12-2016
Last date to submit application form for SSC MTS : 20-01-2016
Exam date of SSC MTS Paper-I : 16-04-2017, 30-04-2016 and 07-05-2016
The SSC MTS exam will have two papers, Paper I will have objective type questions, whereas Paper-II will be descriptive type. Paper I consist of 4 parts
1) General Intelligence & Reasoning (25 questions; 25 Marks)
2) Numerical Aptitude (25 questions; 25 Marks)
3) General English (50 Questions; 50 Marks)
4) General Awareness (50 Questions; 50 Marks)
Time duration will be for 2 hours for General Category, whereas for Visually Handicapped/ Cerebral Palsy candidates will be 2 hours 40 mins.
Paper II will consist of Short Essay or Letter writing in English or any other language included in the 8th schedule of the constitution. It will be for 50 marks with time duration of 30 minutes for General candidates, whereas 45 minutes for Visually Handicapped/ Cerebral Palsy candidates.
SSC MTS Selection Process:
Following are the steps of the selection process for SSC MTS Recruitment.
- Candidates will be able to appear for the Paper-II on the basis of their performance in Paper-I.
- Paper-II will be of qualifying nature. Cut-offs in Paper-I and qualifying marks in Paper-II may be different for different vacancies in each State or Union Territory, it will be fixed at the discretion of the Commission.
- Final selection of the candidate will be based on candidate's performance in Paper-I, also on their scores meeting basic qualifying scores fixed in Paper-II.