Now those all who will clear preliminary paper will have to write common mains examination which took place 1 to 2 month after SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2017Declare. official SSC MTS Exam Review marks also depend upon category of a candidate and it release on the date of SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2017 are declared. basically category of candidate also matters a lot, it a aspirant belonging to unreserved/ general category he/ she have to face high cut off marks but if from non creamy layer OBC then it is slightly less compared to UR. Scheduled castes and scheduled tribes will be able to receive lowest SSC MTS Analysis and shall need only few marks to clear this paper.
SSC MTS 15 October 2017 Exam Analysis
The SSC Multi Tasking Staff exam is universally adapted by nationalized banks across India to induct fresh graduates into various clerical posts. This exam comprises five sections covering Reasoning, English, Numerical Ability, General Awareness and Computer knowledge. Applicants first appear for a preliminary exam covering English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning. Only those candidates satisfying the cut off point for each section are eligible to appear for the final CWE.
Expected Cut off Marks
35 Marks Min.
(O.B.C.) Other Backward Classes.
32 Marks Min.
(S.C.). Scheduled Castes.
30 Marks Min.
(S.T). Scheduled Tribes.
25 Marks Min.
IBPS also conducts exams for recruitment to the post of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS). The exam pattern is similar to that conducted for recruiting clerks but with higher difficulty level for MTS posts. So Check Out SSC MTS Exam Analysis 2017 Which has been written in the next heading of our webpost. Well Basicall SSC MTS Analysis Depends upon as points discussed. so candidates must keep them in mind before proceeding any further. The post of Multi Tasking Staff covers agriculture field officer, rajbhasha adhikari, IT officer, law officer, technical officer, HR/Personnel officer and marketing officer as well as finance executives and chartered accountants. For probationary officers the minimum eligibility is the applicant must be a graduate in any stream.