Admit card download kese kre SSC MTS ka
Hello aspirant,
You can follow the following steps
 Go to the SSC's official regional webpage.
 Find and click the admit card download link on the homepage.
 Enter the necessary login information in the designated fields.
 Once your information has been entered, press the submit button.
Thank you
hello , i filled my ssc mts form and it was accepted but then i realised that i have to change my medium for exam and i changed but if i dont pay Rs 200 to it will my admit card come or not if only medium i have changed and all thing are right. please anyone tell
If you've changed the exam medium for your SSC MTS form and there is a fee associated with this change, such as you mentioned, it's crucial to pay it. The fee is likely for processing the change, and failing to pay it could result in your application being considered incomplete or invalid.
If the payment isn't made, there's a risk that the changes you made (in this case, the exam medium) might not be updated in the system. This could lead to your admit card being issued with the original details you provided before the change, or in the worst case, it could result in your application being rejected altogether.
To ensure that your admit card reflects the correct exam medium and that your application remains valid, it's advisable to pay the required fee. After making the payment, keep a receipt or confirmation of the transaction for your records, as it may be needed for future reference.
My application for SSC MtS 2024 is provisionally rejected, what does it mean...And can i fix it in correction Window and How?
Hello Shahid,
If your application for the SSC MTS (Staff Selection Commission MultiTasking Staff) 2024 exam is provisionally rejected, it typically means that there are issues with your application that need to be addressed before your application can be considered valid. Provisionally rejected applications often have specific reasons listed, such as incomplete information, incorrect details, or failure to meet eligibility criteria.
Here’s how you can address the issue and potentially fix it during the correction window:
Steps to Address a Provisionally Rejected Application:

Check the Rejection Reason : Review the reason for rejection provided by the SSC. This information is usually available on the SSC's official website or the candidate's login portal. Understanding the reason will help you know what needs to be corrected.

Correction Window : SSC typically provides a correction window where candidates can make changes to their applications. This window is usually open for a short period after the initial application process. Check the SSC official website or your candidate portal for dates and instructions related to the correction window.

Make Corrections :
 Log In : Access the correction window by logging into your SSC candidate portal using your credentials.
 Edit Details : Update or correct the necessary details as indicated by the SSC. This may involve correcting personal information, uploading the correct documents, or fulfilling any other requirements.
 Submit Changes : Ensure that you save and submit the corrections before the deadline.

Contact SSC Support : If you are unsure about the correction process or need further assistance, contact SSC support or the helpline provided on the official website. They can guide you through the process and help resolve any issues.

Verify Submission : After making corrections, doublecheck to ensure that all changes have been successfully updated and that your application status reflects the corrections.
Additional Tips:
 Keep Deadlines in Mind : Act promptly to make corrections within the provided time frame to ensure your application is considered.
 Follow Instructions Carefully : Adhere to all instructions provided by SSC to avoid further issues with your application.
By addressing the issues outlined in the rejection notice and making the necessary corrections, you can improve the chances of your application being accepted.
Hope it helps !
10th passing year and roll no mistake in ssc mts application from today
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 01124363343 or email them at ssccr@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.
Im 17 years 6 month old can i take ssc mts form filled.
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.
Question : The value of 74 + 88 ÷ 8 × 10 of 5 – 90 ÷ 15 + {44 – (108 ÷ 12)} is:
Option 1: 700
Option 2: 653
Option 3: 770
Option 4: 605
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.
Question : Select the option that can be used as a oneword substitute for the given group of words.
Story of an individual written by himself.
Option 1: Biography
Option 2: History
Option 3: Novel
Option 4: Autobiography
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 longprinted story about imaginary characters.
Question : What is the value of $\frac{1}{2}$ of $\frac{16}{5}+\frac{1}{8}$ of $\frac{24}{9} \times \frac{18}{12}\frac{5}{8}$?
Option 1: $\frac{51}{40}$
Option 2: $\frac{68}{39}$
Option 3: $\frac{59}{40}$
Option 4: $\frac{61}{50}$
Correct Answer: $\frac{59}{40}$
Solution : Given: $\frac{1}{2}$ of $\frac{16}{5}+\frac{1}{8}$ of $\frac{24}{9} \times \frac{18}{12}\frac{5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}+\frac{1}{3}\times \frac{3}{2}\frac{5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}+\frac{1}{2}\frac{5}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}+\frac{45}{8}$
= $\frac{8}{5}\frac{1}{8}$
= $\frac{645}{40}$
= $\frac{59}{40}$
Hence, the correct answer is $\frac{59}{40}$.
Question : Which article of the Constitution of India under the Directive Principles of State Policy talks about the organisation of village panchayats?
Option 1: Article 40
Option 2: Article 48
Option 3: Article 43
Option 4: Article 39A
Correct Answer: Article 40
Solution : The correct answer is Article 40.
The constitution's Article 40 mandates that state governments set up village panchayats. The directive specifies that the state must establish village panchayats and provide them with the necessary authorities to operate as autonomous government entities.
Question : Directions: A father is 5 times as old as his son. His son is 6 years old. After how many years, will the father be 4 times as old as his son?
Option 1: 5 years
Option 2: 6 years
Option 3: 4 years
Option 4: 2 years
Correct Answer: 2 years
Solution : Given:
The present age of the son = 6 years
The father's present age is five times the age of his son,
⇒ Father's present age = 6 × 5 = 30 years
Let's assume that after Y years, his father's age will be four times his son's age.
After Y years, Father's age = (30 + Y) years, his son's age = (6 + Y) years
According to the given statement,
⇒ 4 × (6 + Y) = (30 + Y)
⇒ 24 + 4Y = 30 + Y
⇒ 4Y – Y = 30 – 24
⇒ 3Y = 6
⇒ Y = 2
So, after 2 years the age of the father will be 4 times as old as his son. Hence, the fourth option is correct.
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