Staff Selection Commission(SSC) has published the Multi Tasking Staff(MTS)/ SSC MTS Admit Card – Non-Technical 2019 preliminary Examination. Admit card for the Central and Western regions are available for the candidates. Admit cards for all regions are available by next week. The preliminary examination of the SSC MTS will begin on August 02, 2019 and will continue till September 06, 2019. The examination will be conducted through different shifts. Candidates can expect normalization of marks before the result declaration.
SSC MTS Admit Card 2019
- Northern Region –Click here to download the admit card
- Western Region – Click here to download the admit card
- Madya Pradesh Chattisgarh Region – Click here to download the admit card
- Kerala Karnataka Region – Click here to download the admit card– Phase 01 is available (August 02 – August 09).
- Southern Region – Click here to download the admit card
- Central Region – Click here to download the admit card
Candidates make sure you have the SSC MTS 2019 Registration Number/Roll Number followed by your D.O.B to download the admit card. Candidates can find their Registration number from their registered email id. The commission would have sent you an email on completion of your application.
SSC MTS Admit Card 2019 for other Regions
Direct Download link for all other regions will get active after the official notice on ssc mts admit card.
SSC MTS 2019 Exam Pattern
The selection process includes two stages of screening followed by the document verification. The preliminary stage screening process is a Computer Based Test(CBT) for 100 marks in 90 minutes. The questions will be from four different categories. Each section will have 1/4 share in both the questions and marks. While the descriptive test is of qualifying nature and to test the candidates’ skill level in their selected language. Candidates can write the stage 02 descriptive test either in English or in any other language which is mentioned in the 8th schedule of the constitution.
Stage 01 Computer Based Test(CBT)
Stage 02 – Descriptive Test
The descriptive paper is for 30 minutes and for 50 marks. The candidates can write the paper either in English or in any other language that is mentioned in the 8th schedule. The question will be either to write a short essay or a letter. This stage is of qualifying nature and to test the basic language level of the candidates. The questions will be of matriculation level.
Here you can find more details about the SSC MTS 2019 examination pattern and vacancies. Selected candidates can withdraw salary on the pay scale -1 (Rs.5200-20200) + Grade Pay Rs.1800. Including different allowances and basic pay, MTS can withdraw salary between Rs. 18,000 and Rs.22,000, depending upon the department and the place of posting. Here you can find more details about the SSC MTS 2019 Salary & Allowances.
Entri wishes all the candidates the very best for the upcoming SSC MTS 2019 examination.