SSC MTS Admit Card 2018, SSC Tier-2 Exam, Download Online, Syllabus: Staff Selection Commission will be started administering the admit cards of Multi Tasking Staff (Non-Technical) recruitment examination will organize maybe from expected date 16th September to 27.10.2018. Hall tickets are available only for three regions – Madhya Pradesh Region, Eastern (Kolkata) and Western region (Mumbai). The department will be issued admit cards on region-wise official websites respectively.
Once it is confirmed by the officials that the exam will be organised in April, May and June but some reforms are made due to illegal exercises like the paper leak. A few days back, authority published a notice regarding the SSC MTS Admit Card 2018 and much more new information related to test.
SSC MTS Admit Card 2018, SSC Tier-2 Exam, Download Online, Syllabus
Along with the new exam date, the commission will also be acquainted students to the new exam pattern. According to notice, the exam will be online computer based test. SSC will hold the exam for 90 minutes only in which there are 100 questions from four different topics. Each section will contain 25 marks. A commission is not updated answer scheme; it will be same as earlier. One mark will be attached to every correct answer while 0.25 will be subtracted for every wrong trial.
Last year records state that more than 6 million candidates have applied for the MTS examination for the recruitment of 8,300 Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff (MTS).
Students can visit respective credible portals for the further printing procedure of admit card -www.sscer.org. There are two ways of computerising admit card: First, aspirants have to enter registration/ Roll number, date of birth and choose the exam centre code. Second (if a contender does not know the roll number), enter the name, father’s name, date of birth and select exam centre code.
Students who qualify the paper I will be called for Paper II which would be a descriptive type examination. Information related to Paper II not available yet.