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    Updated : 17-Oct-2017
    SSC Multitasking (non-technical) Preparation

    Staff Selection Commission (SSC) issues employment notification each year to recruit candidates for multitasking jobs. Concerning SSC Multitasking Staff Vacancies, the SSC invites those candidates for this online examination who are eligible are hard working. The candidates or the students who are looking for a fresh government job should apply for SSC Non-Technical Staff Recruitment keeping all the requirements and eligibility in mind. To apply online, the aspirants need to look up to the official web portal of SSC when they release the notification. .

    SSC Multitasking Recruitment

    There are various stages and process conducted by the commission to appoint the candidates for the SSC multitasking examination. Staff Selection Commission also conducts SSC Multitasking Staff Exam for those contenders who are looking for the job in different states and union territories. Aspirants can collect all other necessary details and other information from SSC official site.


    General Awareness

    The General Awareness section of SSC MTS exam will test your knowledge of current events, general awareness of environment around you, your everyday observation skills and basic science.

    •    Numerical Aptitude or Quantitative Analysis

    This section of SSC multi tasking examination will test your simple math and quantitative ability.

    •      Logical Reasoning

    The Logical reasoning section of SSC MTS exam will test your knowledge in Reasoning, Coding-Decoding, deciphering a Venn diagram, etc.

    •  English Language:
    1. A total of 50 questions will be asked in this section
    2. The topics in which more time should be given in the preparation are as follows: one-word substitution, idioms and phrases, synonyms and antonyms, fill in the blanks (sentence completion), sentence rearrangement and jumbled-up sentences.
    3. Narration and active voice/passive voice are usually neglected by the examiner as they are pretty basic but you should basically go through them if you have completed your preparation for this section early.
    4. Quite often vocabulary-based questions as well as idioms and phrases from past SSC papers get repeated. So, go through some previous papers as they contain many questions which are repeated over time to time.
    5. The difficulty level of reading comprehension passages is not high. However, some practice is needed to locate the answers to comprehension questions asked from these passages.
    6. The SSC can change the number of questions and types of questions asked in the exam at any time. Change in pattern cannot be avoided. So, be open to all possibilities.
    7. Quantitative Aptitude (Math)

    A total of 25 questions are asked from this section

    1. This section will comprise of 4 important topics: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry.
    2. The most important topic will be simplification and it should be given more time and patience. You must give it special emphasis and to do well you need to practice all the formulas regularly. .
    3. Trigonometry is the topic where students lose most of their marks. So, do study height, distance and trigonometric identities and formulas.
    4. If you have a good understanding of percentages and ratio and proportion, then data interpretation would be a lot easier for you.
    5. Another topic, algebra, is a very tough nut to crack as simplification. It will also take more time and practice.
    6. Profit and loss, simple interest and compound interest, time and distance and time and work happen to be the key topics and are easier ones so do not miss them .
    • Reasoning (General Intelligence):
    1. A total of 25 questions would be asked from this section.
    2. This section of SSC MTS examination, reasoning section is the most scoring and less time consuming section.
    3. The main topics to keep an eye on are as follow: analogy and classification, non-verbal reasoning, syllogisms, coding-decoding, blood relations, direction test and series.
    4. When it comes to finding the number and series questions, you can expect both number series and a semantic series question in the exam paper.
    5. Do not leave any question as all the questions are fairly easy and have a simple answer to them. So, try to think something related to that question and you can score well in that question.
    • General Knowledge (GK):
    1. There are a total of 50 questions in this section.
    2. GK has the most comprehensive syllabus and takes much more time comparatively to other section of this exam.
    3. Pay attention to the questions asked in the previous year papers from science, politics, history and geography. Most of the questions get repeated each year.
    4. In GK, the weightage of current affairs is not much. So, if there is less time during your preparation, you can always skip them.


    • Nationality:

    The important point a candidate should follow regarding the nationality are given below:

    • Citizen of India, or
    • Subject of Nepal, or
    • Subject of Bhutan, or
    • Tibetan refugee who came to India, before the 1st January 1962 to settle permanently in India
    •  You must be citizen of India and or a subject of Nepal/Bhutan or a Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1972 to permanently settle in India
    • Educational qualification criteria for SSC multitasking examination:

    Candidates who want to apply for SSC multitasking exam must pass at least 10th standard from a recognized board.

    • Age Limit for SSC MTS Vacancy:

    Aspirants’ minimum age for SSC Multitasking exam should be 18 years and maximum age is 25 years


    The job profile of an SSC multitasking officer lies between Rs. 5200 – 20200/- with gross pay of Rs. 1800/- per month.


    To apply for this exam, you need to follow the steps given below:

    • Candidates who are eligible and meet the requirements of the exam can apply through the official website
    • Hit on “Apply” button that is visible left upper side of web page whilst on the home page.
    • Select “Others” tab from top menu bar and hit on “Apply” link as per your search on next page.
    • Read all the instructions very carefully mentioned by the selection commission before applying for the examination.
    • Now fill all the required details on the prescribed spaces.
    • After completing the filling, submit the application and take out a print for proof.

    At last, if you prepare for your examination following most of our guidelines regularly, you will definitely succeed. Best of Luck !!

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