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SSC MTS Recruitment 2023 – 1558 MTS & Havaldar posts, Apply Online

Staff Selection Commission (SSC).

Last Date: 20/07/2023.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the official notification for hiring 1558 individuals for the positions of Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff and Havaldar through the Multi-Tasking Staff and Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) Examination 2023. If you are interested and eligible, you can apply for these vacancies online before the deadline, which is July 20, 2023.

SSC MTS Recruitment 2023

The examination is called the Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff and Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) Examination, 2023. There are total 1558 post available.

The distribution of posts is as follows:

Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS): There are 1198 vacancies for this position.
Havaldar: There are 360 vacancies for this position.
The selected candidates will be offered a salary in the pay scale of Rs. 18000-56900/-, which corresponds to Level 1 as per the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) pay matrix.

Eligibility Criteria for SSC MTS Recruitment

To be eligible for the posts, the candidates should meet the following nationality criteria:
  • They must be a citizen of India.
  • They can be a subject of Nepal.
  • They can be a subject of Bhutan.
  • They can be a Tibetan refugee.
  • They can be a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Afghanistan, Kenya, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, or Vietnam.
Age limits for the different posts are as follows:

For MTS and Havaldar in CBN (Department of Revenue): The age should be between 18 and 25 years, which means candidates should be born between 02.08.1998 and 01.08.2005.
For Havaldar in CBIC (Department of Revenue) and a few posts of MTS: The age should be between 18 and 27 years, which means candidates should be born between 02.08.1996 and 01.08.2005.

 Age limit relaxations for different categories:

SC/ST category: 5 years relaxation
OBC category: 3 years relaxation
PwD (Unreserved) category: 10 years relaxation
PwD (OBC) category: 13 years relaxation
PwD (SC/ST) category: 15 years relaxation
Ex-Servicemen (ESM): 3 years relaxation

Educational qualification: candidates must have passed the Matriculation Examination or its equivalent from a recognized Board.

Application Fee for SSC MTS Exam

  • SC/ST/PWD/ESM/Women: No fee is required.
  • UR/OBC: The application fee is Rs 100/-.
Payment modes: BHIM UPI, Net Banking, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, RuPay Credit or Debit cards,
Cash payment at SBI Branches using the generated SBI Challan.

SSC Exam Centres in North East India

While completing the online Application Form, candidates are required to select their preferred examination centers. Here is a list of the centers available in the North Eastern Region (NER)

Itanagar (5001), Dibrugarh (5102), Guwahati (Dispur) (5105), Jorhat (5107), Silchar (5111), Imphal (5501), Shillong (5401), Aizwal (5701), Dimapur (5301), Kohima (5302), Agartala (5601), Tezpur (7994)

How to Apply SSC Recruitment ?

To apply for the SSC MTS Recruitment, interested and eligible candidates can follow the steps below:
  • Scroll down and go to the Important Web-Links section on the official SSC Recruitment Portal.
  • Click on the "Online Registration" option and complete the registration process by providing the required information.
  • In the next stage, click on the "Online Application Form" link and log in using your credentials.
  • Fill in all your personal and educational details as requested and upload the necessary documents.
  • Make the payment of the application fee based on your category and submit the completed form.
  • Finally, take a printout of the application form for future reference.

Important Dates of SSC MTS Vacancy 2023

  • Starting date of submission of online application: 30/06/2023
  • Last date of submission of online application: 20/07/2023
  • Date of MTS Examination: September 2023

Important Web-links of SSC Recruitment

Online Application FormRegister | Login
SSC MTS Guide BookClick Here
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Official WebsiteClick Here

Scheme of MTS Examination

The SSC MTS examination will consist of a Computer Based Examination, Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST) (only for the post of Havaldar)

Computer Based Examinatio

The Computer Based Examination for the SSC MTS will be conducted in two sessions: Session-I and Session-II, which will take place on the same day. It is mandatory for candidates to attempt both sessions, and not attempting any session will lead to disqualification.

Type of Questions: The Computer Based Examination will consist of objective type multiple-choice questions.

Language of Examination: The examination will be conducted in Hindi, English, and 13 regional languages, namely Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

Negative Marking: In Session-I, there will be no negative marking for wrong answers. However, in Session-II, there will be a negative marking of one mark for each incorrect answer. Candidates should keep this in mind while answering the questions.

Time Duration: Each session will have a duration of 45 minutes. Candidates will have 45 minutes to complete Session-I, and immediately after its completion, Session-II will begin.

Normalization: If the Computer Based Examination is conducted in multiple shifts, the marks scored by candidates will be normalized using the formula published by the Commission. The normalized scores will be used to determine the final merit and cut-off marks.

CBT Session I

SubjectMCQsMax. Marks
Numerical and
Mathematical Ability
Reasoning Ability
and Problem Solving

Numerical and Mathematical Ability: This section of the examination will assess the candidates' skills in solving numerical and mathematical problems. It will include questions related to integers, whole numbers, LCM (Least Common Multiple) and HCF (Highest Common Factor), decimals and fractions, relationships between numbers, basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), BODMAS (Bracket, Order, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction) rule, percentages, ratios, proportions, work and time, direct and inverse proportions, averages, simple interest, profit and loss, discount, area and perimeter of basic geometric figures, distance and time, lines and angles, interpretation of simple graphs and data, square and square roots, etc.

Reasoning Ability and Problem Solving: This part aims to assess the candidates' logical reasoning and problem-solving abilities. The questions will be based on topics such as alpha-numeric series, coding and decoding, analogy, following directions, similarities and differences, jumbling, problem-solving and analysis, non-verbal reasoning using diagrams, age calculations, calendar and clock-related problems, etc.

CBT Session II

SubjectMCQsMax. Marks
General Awareness2575
English Language and

General Awareness: This section of the test will cover various subjects such as Social Studies (History, Geography, Art and Culture, Civics, Economics), General Science, and Environmental Studies, up to the level of the 10th standard.

English Language and Comprehension: This section aims to evaluate candidates' understanding of the basics of the English language. It includes vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms, and correct usage of English. Additionally, a simple paragraph may be provided, and questions based on the paragraph will be asked to test comprehension skills.

Note: For visually impaired (VH) candidates with a visual disability of 40% or more, there will be no questions related to maps, graphs, diagrams, or statistical data in the paper.

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST)

Followings are the PET/ PST standards for the post of Havaldar in CBIC and CBN:

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
Physical Efficiency Test (PET) consists of following test.

Walking1600 meters
in 15 minutes.
1 Km in
20 minutes

The minimum physical standards for the post of Havaldar in CBIC and CBN are as follows:

MaleHeight: 157.5 cms. (relaxable by 5 cms.
in the case of Garhwalis, Assamese,
Gorkhas & members of Schedule Tribes)
Chest: Chest-81 cms.(fully expanded
with minimum expansion of 5 cms.)
FemaleHeight: 152 cms. relaxable by 2.5 Cms in
the case of Garhwalis, Assamese,
Gorkhas & members of Schedule Tribes)
Weight: 48 kg (relaxable by 2 Kg in the
case of Garhwalis, Assamese, Gorkhas
and members of Schedule Tribes)

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