Today Last Date To 21 March
Important dates of application:
Online application – from 5 February
Last date for online application – 21 March
Last date for online fee submission – 23 March
Last date for generating online challan is 25 March
Last date for depositing fees from challan – 29 March
Notification for the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Recruitment Exam 2020 has been released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). Online application has started with the release of notifications from the Commission. Candidates can apply online by 21 March by visiting the website of the Commission, www.hyatt.htb. The number of posts with advertisement has not been announced by the commission. If sources are to be believed, this time for the central government offices, this time more than eight thousand posts of MTS will be recruited.
Important dates of exam
The MTS Tier-1 computer based examination will be conducted by the Commission from July 1 to 20, 2021.
Tier-2 (Paper-2) descriptive examination of successful candidates in Tier-1 examination will be on November 21, 2021.
Date must be entered on the photo
SSC has clarified that in the online application, the candidate should not put a photo older than three months. The Commission has clarified that the date on which the photo is taken should be written on the date photo.
Educational qualification for application
Candidate’s educational qualification should be matriculation or tenth pass
Age limit for application
The age limit for applying for the posts of MTS has been kept from SSC to 18 to 25 years. Candidates who were not born before January 2, 1996 and after January 1, 2003, can apply. SC, ST candidates will be given five years relaxation in the maximum age limit and three years for OBCs.
Son, daughters not benefit of ESM reservation
The Commission has clarified that their sons, daughters and dependents of Ex-Servicemen (ESM) will not get the benefit of reservation. Such candidates should not mention ESM category with their application.
Selection of MTS posts on behalf of the Commission will be done on the basis of merit of Paper-1 and Paper-2.
Paper-1 will be a computer-based examination. If successful in Paper-1, candidates will get a chance to appear in Paper-2.
Paper-2 will be descriptive, Paper-2 will be qualifying, with 40% qualifying marks for reserved candidates and 35% qualifying marks for reserved candidates.
The final merit will be based on the normalized score of Paper-1. The Commission has said that in case of merit of two candidates, the marks of Paper-2 will be seen.