SSC MTS 2019 Previous Papers, Cut Off, free study materials, apply links

SSC MTS 2019 Previous Papers

For SSC Multitasking 2019 Recruitment, You can find previous year papers 
along with answer keys here. Candidates who have applied for the SSC 
MTS Notification 2019 can get complete study material here. Interested 
candidates can download the SSC MTS previous year papers pdf and prepare well
 for SSC MTS 2019 Examination.



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SSC MTS 2019 Previous Papers

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SSC MTS 2019 Syllabus

    • SSC MTS 2019 Examination has 2 sections. They are Paper I and Paper II. Further details are provided below.
Paper I:
  • Reasoning Ability
  • Numerical Aptitude
  • English Language Test
  • General Awareness
Paper 2:
  • English Essay Writing
  • Letter Writing skills

How to check SSC MTS 2019 Results

All candidates who have given their SSC MTS Examination 2019 can check the results on this page.
  1. Firstly, visit SSC Official website i.e. ssc.nic.in
  2. Click on RESULTS provided on the top right corner
  3. Select the region and name of the examination you are willing to search the results
  4. The results will appear on in the PDF format
  5. You can check the roll numbers in the pdf
  6. All candidates who have their roll numbers given in the list will be called for an interview
  7. Save the pdf for future use

SSC MTS Cut Off 2019

States UR OBC – SC ST
Delhi  93.5 83.25- 92.50 71.25
Rajasthan 110  100.75-99 99.00
Uttarakhand 94.00  87.50-85  85.00
Bihar 112.00  110.50-100.50 87.00
Uttar Pradesh (UP)  102.25 99.00-97.75  77.50
Chandigarh  93.00 86.25-82.50 69.00
Jammu & Kashmir  86.00  67.00-75.25  67.00
Haryana  113.00  107.50-97  54.00
Himachal Pradesh 79.50  63.50-71  63.50
Punjab  90.00  84.25-77  77.00
Daman and Diu   62.00   45.00-45 45.00
Gujarat, Dadar, and Nagar Haveli  62.00  45.00-57  57.50
Maharashtra  82.00 72.75-80 60.75
Andhra Pradesh  83.00  79.00-75.75  66.25
Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry  84.00  78.50-72.75 72.75
Karnataka  93.00  87,00-73.75  66.75
Kerala 84.00 78.50-72.75 72.75

SSC ( staff selection commission)

The Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization that
 relies on the Government of India to recruit staff for various positions
 in subordinate offices. This commission is an office of the 
Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), consisting of a 
president, two members and a secretary-examiner of examinations. 
Your position is equivalent to the additional secretary level of
 the Indian government. The Committee on Forecasting in Parliament 
has recommended the creation of a Service Selection Committee in its
 47th report (1967-1968), which is responsible for conducting examinations
 and recruiting people at the lowest levels.
Later, on 4 November 1975, in the Department of Personnel and 
Administrative Reform, the Government of India appointed a Commission 
called the Subordinate Services Commission. On September 26, 1977, 
the Subordinate Services Commission has renamed the Personnel 
Selection Board. The Government of India redefined the functions of 
the Personnel Selection Board through the Ministry of Personnel, 
Public Complaints and on 21 May 1999. The new Constitution and 
new functions of the Staff Selection Board came into effect . effective 
June 1, 1999. Each year, the SSC executes the SSC. Combined 
postgraduate exam for the recruitment of non-registered officers in various government positions
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