SSC MTS Exam 2021: The exam for MTS recruitment to be conducted by SSC has started on October 5 and will continue till November 2. The candidates who are successful in this recruitment will be appointed to various ministries and departments of the Government of India.
The written examination for Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) recruitment to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has started from October 5 and will continue till November 2. It is noteworthy that through this recruitment process, candidates are appointed to the posts of MTS in various ministries and departments of the Government of India. SSC had released the notification for MTS Recruitment 2021 in February 2021. According to this notification, its examination was to be held in the month of July itself, but due to the corona epidemic, the commission had extended its dates. Now after the outbreak of the epidemic subsides, its examination is being conducted all over the country and the candidates appearing for it have to follow all the covid protocols.
To be successful, you have to bring so many marks:
So far for MTS recruitment, a lot of shifts have been examined. According to the candidates who have appeared in the examination that has been completed so far, questions from the Easy and Moderate category are being asked in it. In such a situation, it is expected that the cut-off of this exam may go up a bit. Looking at the level of questions of this examination conducted so far, it is being estimated that to be successful in this examination, at least 75 to 80 marks for general category candidates, 72 to 77 marks for OBC category candidates, SC category candidates have to score between 69 to 74 marks and ST category candidates 60 to 65 marks.
The exam is being conducted on this pattern: In the examination
to be conducted for recruitment to the posts of MTS, 100 questions of 100 marks are being asked to the candidates and they get 90 minutes to solve it. In this exam, candidates are asked 25 questions of 25 marks from the English Language, 25 questions of 25 marks from Reasoning, 25 questions of 25 marks from Quantitative Aptitude, and 25 questions of 25 marks from General Awareness.