SSC MTS Exam 2021: The written exam for MTS recruitment to be conducted by SSC has started from 5th October. The candidates who will be selected in this recruitment will be appointed to various departments and ministries of the Government of India.
The examination for the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) recruitment to be conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has started from 5th October and so far the examination of several shifts has been completed. It is worth noting that this examination, which started on October 5, is going to run till November 2. The candidates who will be selected through this recruitment process will be appointed to various departments and ministries of the Government of India. SSC had sought applications for this recruitment in February 2021 itself. However, the information about the total number of posts to be recruited through this recruitment process has not been given yet.
Easy questions are being asked in some shifts and difficult questions are being asked in
some shifts: So far the examination of many shifts has been completed for MTS recruitment. In the examination held so far, easy questions were asked in a shift, so the level of questions in a shift has also been a bit difficult. Many shifts are yet to be conducted for this recruitment, in such a situation it is imperative to raise the question in the mind of the candidates that if difficult questions are asked in their shift, then they should not be left behind in the competition.
What SSC will do to give marks equally to all the candidates:
Although the candidates who have asked tough questions in the shift need not worry too much. Actually, SSC will implement the system of normalization in this recruitment and after the implementation of this system, it will be ensured that the candidates of all the shifts get equal marks. In the notification issued by the commission for this recruitment, it has been mentioned that the system of normalization will be applicable in the written examination (CBT) to be conducted for MTS recruitment.
There will be no discrimination
after the implementation of this system: After the implementation of this system of normalization, candidates of all shifts will get equal marks in the examination and there will be no discrimination against any candidate. In fact, the system of normalization is implemented to prevent uneven distribution of marks in the examinations held in different shifts. Under this system, some extra marks are given to the candidates of the shift in which the difficult questions come under a formula and some marks are deducted for the candidates of the shift in which the easy questions come so that all the candidates get equal marks. Opportunity to compete effectively.