SSC MTS Exam 2017: Important notification issued by commission for candidates, Read Here Special Instructions
SSC MTS Exam 2017: Candidates have been advised to wear slippers because shoes will be dropped at the time of the search. A few hours before the SSC MTS re-examination began, the Staff Selection Commission has issued an advisory that candidates should not wear veil, nose-pin, earrings, full sleeves clothes or shoes during the examination.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued instructions for the MTS Non Technical 2016 examination beginning on Saturday. Candidates will be aware that due to paper leak the SSC Multi Tasking (Non Technical) Staff Exam 2016 was canceled. According to the latest notification issued by the SSC, MTS Paper 1 2016 will be held from September 16 to 31, 2017. SSC has issued instructions for these.
Special Instructions for SSC Multi Tasking (Non Technical) Staff Exam 2016 Candidates:
- Do not bring any kind of bag, phone, watch, books, magazines, calculator, scanner, Bluetooth devices, pen camera, pap or paper chit.
- There will be no arrangement for monitoring of any goods at the examination center on behalf of the SSC. Therefore, candidates should not take these items within the examination center.
- The paper will be provided on behalf of the Commission for pen / pencil and rough work from the commission. Apart from this, all the candidates will be able to see the time on the computer screen.
- The Commission will take legal action when caught using any kind of improper means. There is also provision for dubbing the candidate for 3 years.
- According to the notification, the candidate can not wear charm, bracelet, burka, ring, earring, nose pin, chain, necklace, pendants, hair pin. Candidates have been advised to wear slippers because shoes will be dropped at the time of the search.
Candidates will get 90 minutes time for SSC MTS 2016 Paper 1. Paper will have four sections of 25 questions and every question will be of 2 marks. Paper will be of 200 marks. PH candidates will get 120 minutes time. Negative markings will also be used to answer incorrect answers. That is, one fourth point of every wrong answer will be deducted.