Course Details

30% Discount Use Coupon Code MTS06

How to run Course

Tentative Dates

Dates for submission of online applications 22-03-2022 to 30-04-2022
Last date and time for receipt of online applications 30-04-2022 (23:00)
Last date and time for making online fee payment 02-05-2022 (23:00)
Last date and time for generation of offline Challan 03-05-2022 (23:00)
Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank) 04-05-2022
Dates of ‘Window for Application Form Correction’ and online payment of Correction Charges 05-05-2022 to 09-05-2022 (23:00)
Schedule of Computer Based Examination (Paper-I) July, 2022
Dates of Paper-II Examination (Descriptive) To be notified later

Demo Lectures

Quantitative Aptitude

English

Reasoning

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Pay Scale

To get a detailed overview of the posts under SSC MTS 2022, one must be aware of the pay scale given to the employees. Here is the salary structure for SSC MTS posts with pay band and grade pay revised as per the 7th Pay Commission.

Salary : 29,670/- 

Age Limit (As on 01-01-2022)

  • 18-25 years (i.e. candidates born not before 02-01-1997 and not later than 01-01-2004) for MTS and Havaldar in CBN (Department of Revenue).
  • 18-27 years (i.e. candidates born not before 02-01-1995 and not later than 01-01-2004) for Havaldar in CBIC (Department of Revenue) and few posts of MTS.

Application Fees

  • The application fee to be paid while applying for SSC CHSL is Rs. 100/-
  • No fee is required to be paid by female, SC, ST, Physically Handicapped, and Ex-Servicemen candidates as they are exempted from paying the fee.
  • Application fees can be paid through offline or online methods.

Scheme of Examination

  • The application fee to be paid while applying for SSC MTS is Rs. 100/-
  • No fee is required to be paid by female, SC, ST, Physically Handicapped, and Ex-Servicemen candidates as they are exempted from paying the fee.
  • Application fees can be paid through offline or online methods.

       

  • The recruitment process  for  the  post  of  MTS  will  consist  of  Paper-I i.e. Computer Based Examination (CBE), Paper-II (Descriptive) and Document Verification.
  • The recruitment process for the post of Havaldar will consist of Paper-I i.e. Computer Based Examination (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST), Paper-II (Descriptive) and Document Verification.
Part Subject (Not in sequence) Number    of Questions/ Maximum Marks Time Duration (For all four Parts)
I General Language (Basic Knowledge) 25/ 25 90 Minutes (120 Minutes for  candidates  eligible for  scribes)
II General  Intelligence & Reasoning 25/ 25
III Numerical Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill) 25/ 25
IV General Awareness 25/ 25
  • The exam will be based on Multiple Choice Questions.
  • 1 marks will be awarded for each right answer.
  • A penalty of 0.5 marks for wrong answers will be given in all sections.
  • Marks scored by candidates in Tier-I will be normalized.
  • Minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I are as follows:
    • UR – 30%
    • OBC/EWS – 25%
    • All other categories – 20%
  • No sectional cut-offs will be there.
  • The exam duration is 80 minutes for candidates who are visually handicapped.
Particulars Details
Number of Papers 1
Total Marks 50
Question Type Descriptive (Pen and paper-based)
Sections Short Essay/ Letter in English or any language included in 8th schedule of the constitution
Duration 45 minutes 60 minutes for the aspirants who eligible for scribe
Exam Mode Offline
The minimum physical standards for the post of Havaldar in CBIC and CBN are as follows: Male –
Height Chest
157.5 cms. (relaxable  by 5 Cms in the case of Garhwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas and members of Schedule Tribes) Unexpanded: 76 cms Minimum expansion: 5 cms
Female –
Height Weight
152 cms. relaxable by 2.5 Cms in the case of Garhwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas and members of Schedule Tribes) 48 kg (relaxable by 2  Kg  in the case of Garhwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas and members of Schedule Tribes)