According to the report SSC (Staff Selection Commission) MTS (Multi Tasking Staff) 2016 Paper-I’s results is likely to be declared on January 15, 2018. The MTS exam, which is held for the recruitment of candidates for junior staff posts in various departments under the central government, are conducted by the SSC staff.
SSC MTS 2016 Paper-I results to be declared on January 15, 2018
It has been reported that the results of SSC MTS 2016 Paper-I are likely to be declared in January next year. The report further clarifies that the results are tentatively scheduled to be released by the SSC on January 15, 2018.
As per the status report, published on the official SSC website by the Staff Service Commission, results for the Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS Non-Technical) Examination, 2016 (Paper-I) are all set to be declared on January 15 next year.
Multi Tasking Staff or MTS paper for junior staff posts
For the recruitment of candidates for junior staff posts in numerous central government departments, the MTS (Multi Tasking Staff) exam is conducted by the SSC (Staff Selection Commission) in the country.
In September and October this year, the Computer Based Test for the recruitment of non-technical MTS (Multi Tasking Staff) was organized by SSC across India. All the candidates who had appeared for the MTS exam must keep a close watch on the official SSC website to check the result status of their exam.
SSC MTS paper canceled due to paper leak
The exam was scheduled for April 30, 2017, but due to a paper leak incident which was identified by SSC (Staff Selection Commission) a decision was taken by the Commission to cancel Paper-I (afternoon shift). The commission had stated that it has come to its notice that the question papers of the MTS Examination 2016 were uploaded on a social media page with some answers. The uploading of answers on the social media page was done after the start of Morning and Evening Sessions of the SSC MTS examination.
Re-Examination for MTS 2016 Paper-I exam was conducted by SSC on September 16, 2017 and October 26, 2017. The commission had released the provisional answer keys for the same last month in November, 2017.
The last date for raising objections was November 26, 2017 after the commission had invited the candidates to make representations for questions as well as answers for the answer keys. An amount of Rs. 10 was charged from the candidates for each question or answer challenged.
SSC Exam Results status report
The status report of results to be declared by the commission can be checked at the official SSC website – SSC . In addition to these exams, the SSC exam results status report can also be accessed at the above-mentioned link.
Source: News 18