Staff Selection Commission provided the SSC MTS exam pattern 2024 online in the official notification. SSC MTS 2024 exam pattern is available to download at ssc.gov.in. According to the exam pattern, the SSC MTS exam is conducted for Computer-Based Examination (CBE) in two sessions and Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST) only for Havaldar post.
As per the SSC MTS negative marking 2024, there is no negative marking in session-I. However, in Session-II, there will be a negative marking of one mark for each wrong answer. It is mandatory to attempt both sessions. If not attempting any session will disqualify the candidate. Along with the exam pattern, aspirants must also check the SSC MTS 2024 syllabus to know the subject, topics and sub-topics for the exam.
The SSC MTS 2024 exam pattern comprises of details such as the stages, subjects on which the question paper will be based, marking scheme, time duration of the exam. To download the notification, aspirants will not need to use their SSC login credentials. SSC MTS 2024 will be conducted for the recruitment of candidates as Multi-Tasking Staff in various Central Government departments. Interested candidates must go through the article to know more details on SSC MTS exam pattern 2024.
Paper | Type | Mode | Duration |
Computer-Based Examination | Objective/Multiple Choice | Computer-Based Exam | Session-I: 45 minutes (60 minutes for Scribe) Session-II: 45 minutes (60 minutes for Scribe) |
PET/PST | Physical Standards | Offline | 1:5 (vacancies:candidates) |
The first phase of the SSC MTS 2024 exam will be Computer-Based Examination (Session-I & Session-II). Session - I (Numerical and Mathematical Ability & Reasoning Ability and Problem Solving) and Session-II (General Awareness & English Language and Comprehension) are the two-two sections in each session of the Computer-Based Examination. In the SSC MTS exam pattern 2024, there will be a total of 120 marks (Session-I) and 150 marks (Session-II) in the Computer-Based Examination. Candidates can refer to the table below for more information on the SSC MTS CBE 2024 exam pattern.
Sections | Number of Questions | Maximum Marks | Duration |
Session-I | |||
Numerical and Mathematical Ability | 20 | 60 | 45 minutes (60 minutes for Scribe) |
Reasoning Ability and Problem Solving | 20 | 60 | |
Total | 40 | 120 | |
Session-II | |||
General Awareness | 25 | 75 | 45 minutes (60 minutes for Scribe) |
English Language and Comprehension | 25 | 75 | |
Total | 50 | 150 |
There will no negative marking in CBE (Session-I). In CBE (Session-II), there will be negative marking of 1 mark for each incorrect answer.
Paper 1 (Session-I & Session-II) | Marks Allotted |
Session-I | +3 for correct answer (No Negative Marking for each wrong answer) |
Session-II | +3 for correct answer and -1 will be deducted for each wrong answer |
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SSC MTS Formula To Calculate Marks
Total Score = Number of correct answer X 3 – Number of incorrect answer X 1
As per the latest SSC MTS exam pattern 2024, the second or final phase of SSC MTS 2024 exam will be conducted in offline mode to test Physical Standards (only for the Havaldar post). The marks scored by candidates in CBE (Session-I & Session-II) will be considered for final merit. However, in case of any tier between two candidates, the exam conducting authorities will consider marks scored in Computer-Based Examination. Candidates can check the table mentioned below to know more details on the SSC MTS 2024 exam pattern for PET/PST.
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
Male | Female | |
Walking | 1600 metres in 15 minutes | 1 Km in 20 minutes |
Physical Standard Test (PST)
Height (Male) | Chest (Male) |
157.5 cm which is relaxable by 5 cm in the case of Assamese, Garhwalis, Gorkhas and members of Schedule Tribes | Chest - 81 cm which will be fully expanded with minimum expansion of 5 cm |
Height (Female) | Weight (Female) |
152 cm which is relaxable by 2.5 cm in the case of Assamese, Garhwalis, Gorkhas and members of Schedule Tribes) | 48 kg which is relaxable by 2 Kg in the case of Assamese, Garhwalis, Gorkhas and members of Schedule Tribes) |
S No | Language | Code |
1 | Hindi | 01 |
2 | English | 02 |
3 | Assamese | 03 |
4 | Bengali | 04 |
5 | Bodo | 05 |
6 | Dogri | 06 |
7 | Gujarati | 07 |
8 | Kannada | 08 |
9 | Kashmiri | 09 |
10 | Konkani | 10 |
11 | Maithili | 11 |
12 | Malayalam | 12 |
13 | Manipuri (also Meitei or Meithei) | 13 |
14 | Marathi | 14 |
15 | Nepali | 15 |
16 | Oriya | 16 |
17 | Punjabi | 17 |
18 | Sanskrit | 18 |
19 | Santhali | 19 |
20 | Sindhi | 20 |
21 | Tamil | 21 |
22 | Telugu | 22 |
23 | Urdu | 23 |
The SSC MTS 2024 syllabus is prescribed by the conducting authority which is SSC. Candidates must check the detailed SSC MTS syllabus 2024 along with the exam pattern to ace the exam. With the help of the MTS syllabus 2024, candidates can get all the important topics and chapters asked in the exam. It is to be noted that the syllabus is prescribed separately for each section.
The previous year's question paper for SSC MTS gives candidates an idea of what to expect in the exam. With the help of SSC MTS previous papers, candidates can check the marking scheme and questions asked in the exam. Furthermore, previous year's SSC MTS question papers, aspirants can also make a proper strategy and can prepare effectively.
Also read - SSC MTS 2024 Admit Card
Adoption of the right strategy for the SSC MTS 2024 will help the candidates to sail through the exam. Ahead of the exam, candidates are often confronted with the question of how to prepare for SSC MTS exam? Some of the important points that one needs to keep in mind while preparing for the SSC MTS 2024 exam include being well versed with the exam pattern, syllabus and studying from the right books.
Also, the candidates must ensure that they draw a clear-cut timetable and adhere to it. This will enable them to complete the syllabus within a specified time period and they will get adequate time for revision as well. The best way to prepare for the MTS exam is using the SSC MTS previous year question papers with answers.
There are two papers in the SSC MTS exam - Computer-Based Examination (objective) and PET/PST (Physical Standards). CBE will be conducted in two sessions - Session-I and Session-II. Candidates need to appear both sessions. Anyone failed to attempt in any of the two sessions, candidates will be disqualified and will not be permitted to move ahead.
Yes, there will be no negative marking in CBE (Session-I) and In CBE (Session-II), 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer in the SSC MTS CBE exam 2024.
No, the final SSC MTS result will be declared on the basis of normalized marks of Computer-Based Examination (Session-I & Session-II).
There are three stages in the SSC MTS selection process - Computer-Based Examination (CBE), PET/PST and document verification.
Yes, SSC provides a sample question paper based on the exam pattern of SSC MTS 2024 on the official website.
Application Date:26 July,2024 - 17 August,2024
Application Correction Date:16 August,2024 - 17 August,2024
Exam Date:01 September,2024 - 01 September,2024
Hello student
If you made a mistake in your 10th passing year and roll number in the SSC MTS application form, you can correct it by following these steps:
1. _Contact SSC Helpdesk_: Reach out to the SSC helpdesk at 011-24363343 or email them at ssc-cr@nic.in.
2. _Explain the mistake_: Clearly explain the mistake you made in your application form.
3. _Provide correct information_: Furnish the correct 10th passing year and roll number.
4. _Request correction_: Request the SSC to correct the mistake in your application form.
5. _Follow up_: Follow up with the SSC to ensure the correction is made.
Alternatively, if the application form is still editable, you can try to make the corrections yourself:
1. _Login to your account_: Log in to your SSC account.
2. _Edit application form_: Look for the option to edit your application form.
3. _Correct mistakes_: Make the necessary corrections.
4. _Save and submit_: Save and resubmit your application form.
Please note that corrections may only be possible before the application deadline or during a specified correction window. Ensure you act quickly to avoid any issues with your application.
Hello Aspirant , Hope your doing great . As per your query , You cannot eligible for applying SSC MTS apllication filling , candidates must be between 18 and 25 years old. For the position of Havaldar, the upper age limit is extended to 27 years. The mandatory educational qualification for both positions is a minimum of 10th pass or its equivalent from any recognized board. These criteria ensure that eligible candidates can apply based on their age and educational background for the respective roles within the SSC MTS recruitment framework.
Correct Answer: 653
Solution : Given expression,
$74 + 88 ÷ 8 × 10\ \text{of}\ 5 - 90 ÷ 15 + {44 - (108 ÷ 12)}$
$= 74 + \frac{88}{8}\times50 - \frac{90}{15} + {44 - \frac{108}{12}}$
$= 74 + 11 \times 50- 6 + {44 - 9}$
$= 74 + 550 - 6 + 35$
$= 653$
Hence, the correct answer is 653.
Correct Answer: Autobiography
Solution : The correct choice is the fourth option.
An autobiography is a book about a person's life, written by that person, thus making the fourth option the correct choice.
The meanings of the other options are as follows:
A biography is a book that is an account of someone else's life written by someone else.
History is the study of the past.
The novel is a long-printed story about imaginary characters.
Correct Answer: $\frac{59}{40}$
Solution : Given: $\frac{1}{2}$ of $\frac{16}{5}+\frac{1}{8}$ of $\frac{24}{9} \times \frac{18}{12}-\frac{5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}+\frac{1}{3}\times \frac{3}{2}-\frac{5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}+\frac{1}{2}-\frac{5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}+\frac{4-5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}-\frac{1}{8}$
= $\frac{64-5}{40}$
= $\frac{59}{40}$
Hence, the correct answer is $\frac{59}{40}$.