The admit card for SSC MTS 2016 paper 1 re-examination has been released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC).
When is the SSC MTS 2016 Re-exam Paper I?
SSC would be conducting re-examination of MTS (NT) Examination 2016 (Paper-I) from September 16 to October 31.
Where to find the SSC MTS 2016 Re-exam Paper I admit card?
The SSC MTS (NT) 2016 paper 1 admit cards can be downloaded from the official regional websites of SSC.
Why was the exam earlier cancelled?
The SSC had to cancel its examination for the post of multi-tasking (non-technical) on April 30, 2017 after it found the question papers of the exam uploaded on social networking site Facebook.
In May this year, seven persons were arrested for allegedly leaking the question papers of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) MTS exam. The suspects were arrested from Uttar Pradesh, police said.
According to the official notification, computer based examination which was scheduled from September 16 to October 26.10.2017 would now be held from 16.09.2017 to October 31, which includes 4 additional days i.e. October 27, 29, 30 and 31.
How to download SSC MTS 2016 Paper 1 Admit Card For Re-examination?
In order to download SSC MTS 2016 Paper 1 Admit Card For Re-examination, follow the steps given here:
- Log on to the SSC official website: ssc.nic.in or any regional SSC website.
- Click on the Admit card tab and then click on MTS link or directly click on the admit card link.
- In the new window, enter your registration number and date of birth or your name, father's name and date of birth.
- Click on search.
- The admit card will be displayed on the screen
- Save it to your computer and take a print out of it for future reference
Instructions to follow in exam hall
Carrying any incriminating articles/ material such as reading material like books, magzines etc and any electronics gadgets such as mobile phones & accessories, bluetooth devices, pen camera, button hole camera, scanner calculator ( until unless specified) etc in the examination room/hall/premises, whether they are in switched on or off mode, or are in use or not, are strictly prohibited.
Candidates who are found indulging in malpractice would be debarred from taking up any further exams in future, as per the SSC.