SSC MTS Examination 2021: Do Not Make These Mistakes Even by Mistake During MTS Examination, Otherwise You Will Not Be Able to Join SSC Recruitment for 7 Years

The written examination for MTS Recruitment has started from 05 October and will continue till 2 November. Lakhs of candidates are expected to appear in this exam to be conducted by SSC.

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The written examination for Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Recruitment to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has started from 05 October. The written examination for the recruitment to the posts of MTS is to be held from 05 October to 02 November. Lakhs of candidates are expected to appear in this examination which is being held for such a long time. However, SSC has not yet announced that how many candidates are to be declared successful in this recruitment. SSC will inform you about the total number of vacancies later. The candidates who are selected in this recruitment are appointed to the posts of MTS in various ministries and departments of the Government of India.

Admit Card has been issued

The provisional admit card of the candidates appearing in this examination has been issued a few days back. Candidates are first provided their provisional admit card, in which candidates can see their exam date and city. Their original admit card is being made available to the candidates four days before the examination. Candidates can download their admit cards from the official website of SSC.

Do not make these mistakes even by forgetting during the exam

Candidates appearing in the MTS exam should not forget to take things like OMR sheets, rough sheets home, or leave the exam hall without informing them during the exam, else they can be debarred from appearing in SSC exams for 2 years. Whereas in the wrong practices like attacking the examination staff, threatening them, copying in any way in the examination or using any kind of electronic gadget, the candidates can be debarred from appearing for SSC examination for 07 years.

Additionally, other mistakes can be banned for 2, 3, 5, or 7 years for candidates depending on their severity. After the ban, the candidates will not be able to appear in any examination to be conducted by SSC for that number of years. For more information related to this, candidates should carefully read para 19 of the official notification issued for MTS recruitment.

 

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