SSC MTS Recruitment 2021: Lakhs of candidates are expected to appear in this exam to be conducted for MTS recruitment and out of these, successful candidates will be appointed in various ministries and departments of the Government of India.
The examination for Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) recruitment to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has started from 05 October. The examination for this recruitment is to be held from 05 October to 02 November. Staff Selection Commission had released the notification for this recruitment in February 2021.
However, the commission has not yet clarified that the total number of posts to be filled through MTS Recruitment 2021. Lakhs of candidates are expected to appear in this examination to be conducted for MTS recruitment and out of these, the successful candidates are expected to appear. will be appointed in various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India.
What type of questions are being asked in the MTS exam The
examination for MTS recruitment has started from October 05 and its examination for many shifts has also been completed. This exam is yet to go on till 02nd November, in such a situation, it is imperative for the candidates who have not taken the exam yet, that what kind of questions are being asked in this exam. Candidates do not need to worry much about looking at the MTS exam yet. After analyzing the exam so far, it is coming to the fore that 75 to 80 percent of questions in this exam are Easy and Moderate. Moderate) category. That is, these questions can be easily solved by the candidates.
How many questions are required to be answered to be successful
If we look at the questions of the MTS exam so far, then the cut-off of this exam can go up a bit. Till now 75 to 80 percent of questions are coming from the Easy and Moderate categories, and it is common for the cut-off to increase when it comes to easy questions. However, as of now, it is a preliminary exam and it is possible that the level of questions may become a bit tough in the upcoming shifts. So, candidates must go ahead with their preparation keeping all the aspects in mind.