Staff Selection Commission Southern-Region has uploaded the admit card of Multi-Tasking Staff (non-technical) Examination 2020 for paper-I. Candidates who have applied under the SSC-SR region can check and download the MTS e-admission certificate using roll number. They can also check their application status and know the roll number, time, date, and place of examination for Paper-I. SSC MTS Paper 1 exam will be held from October 05 to 20, 2021 at designated centres across the country.
In order to download the SSC MTS Exam 2020 Paper 1 admit card, the candidates have to visit the website ssc.nic.in. Thereafter, have to click on Admit Card from the top of the home page. Then select your region viz. 'Southern Region' below Url segment. Doing so, in a new window, a regional site will open. Thereafter, candidates need to click on 'Download E-Admission Certificate'. To download the admit card, the candidate's 10-digit registration number and date of birth are required. Upon clicking on 'Download E- Call Letter', the admit card will appear on the screen.
All the candidates have to download and print their admit cards ahead of the SSC MTS Exam 2021. In case of any discrepancy, the same has to be brought to the notice of the commission. Following the direct links given below, students can check the status of the application.
SSC MTS Exam 2021 Paper 1: Know your Application Status | Know the Roll Number, Time, Date, and Place of Examination for Paper-I, Download E-Admission Certificate
It should be noted that the link to generate admit card may not be working properly, due to technical problems. The candidates have to generate once it is corrected. In such a case, they have to revisit the website and generate their admit card, which will be compulsory to carry at the exam centre.
The examination will consist of a Computer Based Examination (Paper-I). It will consist of a total of 100 multiple-choice type questions each carrying one mark. Questions will be asked from topics including General English, General Intelligence & Reasoning, Numerical Aptitude, and General Awareness. All four sections will carry 25 questions from each.
According to the proposed marking scheme, there will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong attempt. Candidates are, therefore, advised to keep this in mind while answering the objective type questions. Paper-II will be held only for those candidates who meet the cut-off prescribed by the Commission in Paper-I for different categories.