Sunday, 30 April 2017

SSC MTS 2017 Cut off Marks

As the examination for the SSC MTS 2017 is over, all those students who have appeared for the examination, must be waiting for the SSC MTS Cut Off Marks.The reason for the anxious wait is quite obvious. With all the answers of the questions that they have made quite fresh in their minds and the appearing  students have carried with them the question papers, they can very well tally the answers and come to know for sure as to how much marks they are going to get in the just held examination.

If they come to know about the expected cut off marks, they will be getting the benefit from these cut offs in two ways. If they come to know that their marks are in the cut off lists, they can start rejoicing from today itself. The good thing about this examination is that there is no any Mains or interview test. Simply put, if your score comes in the cut off category, you are selected finally.
SSC MTS 2017 Cut off
For the all the students that have appeared for the SSC MTS, it is now Yahoo moment. The SSC MTS expected Cut-off marks is out in the open. Importantly, the cut-off marks is different for the different categories.
For the general students, the expected cut-off marks is 97-102. Those who belong to Other Backward Classes can clear the exam, if they manage to get 83-87 marks. The students belonging to Scheduled Caste can expect to clear the examination if they manage to get 55-56 marks, whereas those belonging to Scheduled Tribe can manage to get an entry in SSC if they manage to get 59-63 marks in the just held examination. Very low cut off is expected for the Ex. Servicemen. They, even after getting 47-52 marks, can clear the exam.

SSC MTS 2017 Exam Highlights


The examination dates of the SSC MTS 2017 are on 30th April 2017, 14th May, 2017 and 28th May, 2017. The total number of vacancies that was advertised in employment news and the official website of SSC is 8300. The name of the post of Multi Tasking Staff or MTS. The number of applicants for this examination was more than 10 lakhs. The mode of examination was offline.
                                          ----Sushmita Jha

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