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2016 SSC MTS result will be declared on April 30th, 2018

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will announce SSC MTS results on 30 April which was expected to reveal on 27 April 2018. SSC will also release the answers of Constables (Executive) Male and Female in Delhi Police exam. ‘The applicants may get a print of Answer Keys of their respective Question Paper by utilizing their Roll No, Examination Password and Date of the Examination,’ says the official notification.

Results for the SSC MTS 2016 exam have been uncovered. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has given a firm date for the last result of the Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) examination 2016 out of a notification discharged on Thursday.

The last date of  SSC MTS results for the non-technical category was probably expected on April 27th, 2018, yet now the Commission has advised that April 30th is the firm date of the SSC MTS comes about.

At first, the SSC had led the MTS 2016 exam on April sixteenth, April 30th and May fifth, 2017. This exam comprised of two types of question papers – Paper 1 includes objective type questions, while Paper 2 includes descriptive type questions. It is assumed that Paper 2 requires essay or letter writing of 50 marks.

Afterward, the Commission held a re-exam of Paper 1 of the Multi-Tasking Staff (non-technical) examination 2016, because of question paper leak. The Paper 1 re-exam was held in computer-based mode from September 16, 2017, to October 31st, 2017. This paper was of 100 marks and comprised of the subjects Numerical Aptitude (25 marks), General Intelligence and Reasoning (25 marks), General Awareness (25 marks) and  General English (25 marks)

The most effective method to check SSC MTS results

  1. Visit official ssc.nic.in
  2. on the top menu board, tap on ‘Result ‘link.
  3. Tap on MTS/ Others, whichever is relevant
  4. Select the link under the ‘Result’ segment to check your SSC MTS results in the PDF format.

The SSC MTS exam is held each year for the junior staff recruitment in different divisions of the Central Government.

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