SSC First Paper MTS NT Results Released


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Staff Selection Commission has updated the official results for the 1st paper held to hire Multi Tasking Staff (Non-Technical). The exam was conducted from 16 Sept. 2017 till 31st October 2017. The MTS NT Answer keys was declared in the month of November. SSC had in the month of May this year rejected the OMR based exam held to hire MTS (Non-Technical), 2016 apart from the then fixed ones and has re-scheduled dates in the month of September-October. Applicants can verify the SSC MTS examination result at the official website of the Commission here http://ssc.nic.in up on announcement.

After SSC MTS Result 2017
Once the Paper 1 result released, applicants will stand eligible to take the descriptive paper. Paper II will include Short Essay/ Letter in English or any language comprised in the eighth schedule of the Constitution. The paper is for total of fifty marks and applicants will be permitted thirty minutes duration for the same. 2nd Paper will only be of qualifying type in nature and is scheduled to evaluate elementary language talents in view of re-categorization of the vacancy as Group C and in view of job needs.’

Candidates must note that, ‘cut-offs in first paper and qualifying marks in second paper might be various for post in every State/ union territory will be set at the discretion of the Commission. Applicants for each State/ UT will be atlast chosen depend on their performance in 1st Paper, subject to their compliying standard qualifying set in Paper-II.’

The SSC had to stop its exam for the vacancy post of multi-tasking (non-technical) on April 30, 2017 after it discovered the question papers of the examination spreaded on social networking website Facebook.

The Commission has published the amended result for SSC CGL Tier 1 exam 2017. After continuously reschedulig the Tier Two exam, SSC has come up with a new result list for the Tier One exam. With lesser cut off marks this time (end to four or five marks per category), 39434 above candidates have done it to the 2nd Tier exam list.



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