SSC MTS 2023 Selection Process: Staff Selection Commission conducts SSC MTS 2023 Exam every year. Lakhs of candidates who have completed matriculation appear for this central government exam. Hence, it is essential for the candidates to know the selection process. Candidates can develop methods to improve their performance in the exam by understanding each step of the selection process.
As per SSC 2023–24 Exam Calendar, SSC MTS 2023 Notification will be released on June 14, 2023. Candidates who want to apply for the exam should check the given article to know the complete selection process for SSC MTS.
SSC MTS 2023 Review
|Post||Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)|
|Conducting||Staff Selection Commission (SSC)|
|Notice Release||14 June 2023|
|Selection process||Paper 1-Written Test
PET/ PST (for Havaldar only)
|SSC Official Website||www.ssc.nic.in|
SSC MTS 2023 Selection Process
Selection of candidates is based on a two-stage examination process, which includes an online test followed by document verification. Note that there is an additional round for MTS Havildar post to check the physical fitness of the candidates.
|Selection steps||The reference|
|Paper 1||CBT with objective type questions|
|PST/PET||PET-(Walking, Cycling), PST(Chest, Height, Weight Measurement)- For MTS Havildar Post only.|
|Document verification||Verification of eligibility documents|
SSC MTS 2023 Paper 1
The first stage of the selection process will be conducted online through a computer-based examination consisting of only objective multiple-choice questions. The CBT exam is divided into two sessions. Each session has two must-attempt categories.
Candidates should note that the marks obtained in this round will be used while preparing the merit list. Each wrong answer carries a negative mark of 1 mark. State wise cut off commission will be released.
The minimum passing score for SSC MTS exam is 40% for general category candidates while 35% out of total 50 marks for reserved categories.
SSC MTS 2023 CBT Exam Pattern
Candidates can review the detailed exam pattern of the online exam in the given list.
|session||Sections||Total questions||Total Marks||Time|
|Session 1||Section I
Numerical and mathematical ability
Reasoning skills and problem solving
|Session 2||Section I
English Language and Comprehension
SSC MTS 2023 PET/PST for Havaldar
Candidates who applied for MTS Havildar post in CBIC and CBN will participate in PET/PST round after qualifying in CBT round. Both men and women will participate in this round. In this round the physical strength and fitness of the candidates will be assessed. Candidates who do not meet the physical requirements will be disqualified.
Physical Efficiency Test
|PET for SSC MTS Havaldar||male||woman|
|the walk||1600 meters in 15 minutes||1 m in 20 minutes|
|Cycling||8 km in 30 minutes||3 km in 25 minutes|
Physical Standard Test
|quantity||height||the chest||the weight|
5 cm Relaxation for ST, Garhwali, Assamese and Gurkhas
Minimum expansion: 5 cm
2.5 cm Relaxation for ST, Garhwali, Assamese and Gurkhas
SSC MTS 2023 Document Verification
After declaring the SSC MTS 2023 result or merit list for the eligible candidates, the commission will release the admit card for document verification. The admit card will contain all the essential details like date, time and location for the document verification round.
This stage of the process is used to check the documentation proving the eligibility of the candidates. So, before submitting an application for the exam, candidates are recommended to review the SSC MTS 2023 Eligibility Criteria. Individuals who do not provide the required documentation will be disqualified in this round.
SSC MTS 2023 Selection Process FAQ
Ans- Selection of candidates is based on CBT exam followed by document verification. But apart from CBT, applicants for SSC MTS Havildar post also need to clear PET/PST round.
Answer-Minimum qualifying marks for general category is 40% and for reserved category it is 35% out of total 50 marks.
Answer-Yes, each wrong answer carries negative marking of 1 mark.
Answer – The tie breaking procedure is determined by three factors:
1. Candidate with highest score in SSC MTS session 2.
2. Candidate who is older in age will get preference.
3. Alphabetical order of name of candidates.