SSC MTS Recruitment 2021
SSC MTS Recruitment 2021: Through the MTS exam of SSC MTS Application 2020 SSC is appointed in central ministries and departments in offices located in various states across the country.

SSC MTS 2021: If you have passed 10th (High School / Matriculation / Secondary) examination from any recognized board and you are between 18 years to 25 years old, then most of the government jobs in central government ministries and departments A popular option is the Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination conducted every year by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). Through this examination, various central ministries, departments and organizations are appointed in offices located in different states across the country. Every year through SSC MTS exam, candidates are selected for thousands of vacancies of Group C posts under General Central Service. In the year 2019, 9069 vacancies were announced, 10,674 vacancies in the year 2018 and 8300 vacancies in 2017.

Application for SSC MTS Exam starts

The application process for MTS examination has started from 5 February 2021. Candidates wishing to apply for the examination can apply on SSC official website, ssc.nic.in. The application process is completely online. Also, at the time of online application, the candidates have to pay the prescribed examination fee of Rs.100. Which can be paid through online means. Candidates should note that the last date of application is 21 March 2021. Click here for Notification details

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The selection process

As per the notifications issued in earlier years, SSC MTS exam has two stages – Paper 1 and Paper 2. The first stage paper 1 is computer based examination (CBE), while the second phase paper 2 contains detailed answer questions. Paper 1 exam consists of multiple choice questions related to General English, General Intelligence and Reasoning, Numerical Aptitude and General Awareness and its duration is 90 minutes. A negative marking of 0.25 occurs in this phase. At the same time, paper 2 requires writing short essays or papers in English or any other Indian language. The duration of this paper is 30 minutes and 50 marks are prescribed for it. Candidates declared successful in both the stages are invited for document verification,

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