SSC MTS 2020: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will release the notification for multi-tasking(non-technical) service online at ssc.nic.in. SSC MTS Application Form 2020 will be available online from June 2, 2020. Applicants’ must have passed 10th standard or matriculate from a recognized board. Candidates will be able to download their SSC MTS Admit card 2020 with User ID and password. SSC MTS Answer Key 2020 can be downloaded from the website. It will be available in PDF format. To download SSC MTS Result 2020 candidates need to log in to the website and enter log in credentials. For further details, related to SSC MTS 2020 including the process to apply, eligibility, admit card below.
SSC MTS 2020
Check important dates related to SSC MTS 2020 in the table below.
|SSC MTS 2020||Important Dates|
|Release date of notification||2 June 2020|
|Start date for the application||2 June 2020|
|Last date to apply for SSC MTS 2020||15 July 2020|
|Issuance of the admit card||To be announced|
|SSC MTS 2020 exam date||26 Oct 2020 to 13 Nov 2020|
|Release of answer key||To be announced|
|Declaration of result||To be announced|
SSC MTS 2020 Syllabus
To be able to select for SSC MTS 2020, candidates should start preparing for the examination from now. For that you can have a look at the SSC MTS 2020 syllabus.
1. General intelligence and reasoning: Questions asked will be of non-verbal type like coding and decoding, problem solving, figure classification, etc.
2. English language: Questions will be designed to test comprehension ability of the candidate. Vocabulary, grammar, synonyms and antonyms, etc will be asked.
3. Numerical ability: Mostly questions will be based on arithmetic section like number system, time and distance, time and work, etc.
4. General awareness: there is no fixed syllabus for this section. You can prepare some common topics like history, geography, general polity, physics, chemistry, biology etc of matriculate level.
SSC MTS 2020 Exam Pattern
Here is the exam pattern for paper I for SSC MTS 2020. With exam pattern you can have a clear knowledge about the examination.
- Mode of examination: Paper I for SSC MTS will be conducted online.
- Duration of examination: Paper I will be conducted for 90 minutes.
- Type of question: It will consist objective type question, multiple choice question only.
- Maximum marks: 100 marks for paper I.
- Total questions: Paper I will have 100 questions.
- Language of the question paper: Question paper will be available in both Hindi and English languages.
- Marking scheme:
|Answers marks||Marking scheme|
|Correct answers||+1 marks|
|Incorrect answers||-0.25 marks|
- Distribution of question:
|Subject||Number of question||Maximum marks|
|General intelligence and reasoning||25||25|
SSC MTS Application Form 2020
SSC will release the application form for MTS 2020 online at the official website. Follow the steps mentioned below to fill the SSC MTS Application Form.
Step1: Visit the SSC website, ssc.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link ‘New user? Register now’ tab.
Step 3: Now, you will be asked to enter details like your name, date of birth, mobile number, father’s name, mother’s name, year of passing 10th, etc.
Step 4: Click on the submit button.
Step 5: Login again with the login credentials provided to your mobile number. Start filling the application form.
Step 6: Now, you will be asked you educational details, your images.
Step 7: Pay the application fee and complete the application process.
SSC provides candidates to pay the application fee through online as well offline mode. Check the application fee below.
|SC/ST/Women/Ex-servicemen||No fee to be paid by the candidates of these categories.|
SSC MTS Image specification 2020
|Category||Photograph specification||Signature specification|
|Format||jpeg/jpg format||jpeg/jpg format|
|Size||30 KB to 50 KB||1 KB to 12 KB|
SSC MTS 2020 Eligibility
Candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria for SSC MTS 2020 below. Candidature of the candidate will be cancelled in any stage if found not eligible for the post.
Lower age limit for SSC MTS is 18 years while upper age limit is 25 years and 27 years (as per r4ecruitmenmt rules of various user departments)
Applicant must have passed matriculation examination or its equivalent from a recognized board or university.
SSC MTS Admit Card 2020
SSC will release the admit card for MTS online at the official website, ssc.nic.in. Candidates will be able to download the SSC MTS 2020 admit card with the help of their user is and password provided at the time of registration. Details which will be present in the admit card are the name of the applicant, examination centre, examination time and date and day.
Candidates have to carry admit card to the examination centre along with a valid photo ID proof like aadhar card, voter card, PAN card, etc.
SSC MTS Answer Key 2020
Answer key for Paper I will be made available to the candidates at SSC website, ssc.nic.in. Candidates will be given an opportunity to raise objection against the SSC MTS answer key. There will be fixed time within which a candidate can raise objection against. Once the objection is raised, commission will scrutinize the objections and release the final answer key.
Candidates can use the answer key to calculate their marks or score in the paper I of SSC MTS. Cross the answers you have marked and with the help of marking scheme calculate your marks.
SSC MTS Result 2020
Result for SSC MTS 2020 will be declared online at ssc.nic.in. to check result for MTS candidates, have to login to the SSC website and enter their login details. Enter your user is and password to login to download SSC MTS result. Once done entering their details, result will be displayed on screen. Final result will be declared as per age group wise, state/UT wise, category wise cutoff. Details which will be present on the SSC MTS result are candidate’s name, date of birth, father’s name, category, ranking, score. Once a candidate qualifies paper I then he/she will be called for paper II which is descriptive examination.
SSC MTS 2020 Selection Procedure
Selection for SSC MTS 2020 will be done in three stages
1. Paper I which will be a computer based examination.
2. Paper II which is descriptive examination.
3. Document verification.
After qualifying paper I and attaining the minimum qualifying marks, candidates will be shortlisted for paper II. Normalized scores will be used to shortlist candidates for paper II. Paper II will, be qualifying in nature. After paper II, shortlisted candidates will be called for document verification round. Final selection and allocation of state/UT is done on the basis of candidates’ performance in paper I. Final result will be prepared as per reservation rules by the Government of India.
Staff Selection Commission, commonly known as SSC, is an organization under the Government of India. Main aim of SSC is to recruit staff for various posts for various governmental departments and ministries. SSC was formed in the year 1975; 43 years ago. SSC consists of one chairman, two members and a secretary-cum-controller of examination conducted by SSC. Current chairman of SSC is Sujata Chaturvedi, who is an I.A.S, and has joined SSC as a chairman recently. Examinations conducted by SSC are CHSL, CGL, GD constable, MTS, CPO, etc.
Official website: ssc.nic.in
SSC MTS 2020 Exam Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : Candidates can apply for SSC MTS 2020 online through the SSC website. You have provide your personal details as per your certificates.
Ans : Important details present on the admit card will be the name of the candidate, examination venue and its complete address, date and time of SSC MTS exam.
Ans : If your admit card is not available at the SSC website, candidates are advised to contact SSC commission immediately to avoid any glitches in the future.
Ans : Yes. Candidates can raise an objection against the incorrect answers in the answer key with proper justification.
Ans : While filling the application form, candidates have to select at least 3 cities as their examination cities. They should in order of your preference.
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