Staff Selection Commission has invited applications from eligible candidates to fill the vacant Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) – Non Technical positions across different departments. Interested candidates can fill their applications from April 22 on-wards through the online mode. Candidates below 25 years and have matriculation level education are eligible for these posts.
The selection process involves preliminary stage CBT and final stage descriptive test. For preliminary stage examination, candidates can expect questions from four different areas each for 25 marks.
Since education eligibility is Matriculation, the questions will be more on easier side. Candidates can check the previous year question papers and the NCERT textbooks for better understanding. Interested candidates can check the following books for detailed study.
- Word Power Made Easy
- Kiran’s SSC English Language Chapter wise Solved Papers
- Objective General English SP Bakshi
General Intelligence & Reasoning
Practice is the key to ace this session. For almost most of the examinations Reasoning part is almost same. 10 – 15 previous year SSC question papers will be more than essential for scoring this part. For detail study candidates can check the following books also.
- A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning -By R S Agarwal
- SSC Reasoning Chapter Wise Solved Papers 7200+ Objective,Question by Kiran publications
Quantitative aptitude can either make you or break you in any competitive examination. Daily practice is the key for scoring. Time consuming is the main problem here. Systematic planning and daily practice along with some simple hacks can make you the winner. NCERT text books are the best way to understand the basics. Along with NCERT and the previous year question papers the following books will help you to crack the quantitative session.
- Rakesh Yadav ADVANCE MATHS (With Detailed Solution Of Each Question) Paperback – 2017
- Kiran’s SSC Mathematics Chapter wise Solved Papers 1999 To Till Date
The syllabus is vast, without planning candidates can’t score in this particular section. NCERT text books along with any good yearbook and any daily newspaper would be enough.
Daily practice and solving the previous year question papers would be the best bait for any candidate to crack this examination. Candidates can find their daily dose of current affairs and general awareness questions from different sections are available in the ‘ENTRI’ app. Hundreds of questions on Quantitative aptitude, Reasoning and English sections along with answers are available in ENTRI. Topic wise and full length mock tests are also available in ENTRI. Interested candidates can download the ENTRI app from the play store for free.
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