Thursday, 22 March 2018

SSC CHSL Result 2018 - Check Combined Higher Secondary Level Region Wise Result Online

SSC CHSL - Staff Selection Commission Combined High School Level Exam 2018 Results and details: So after SSC MTS, We have yet another recruitment which will be of SSC CHSL which is officially announced now. The last date to apply for SSC CHSL exam is 27th December 2018 up to 5 PM IST. You can find all details about the exam result, dates and updates here.

Candidates who successfully completed exams and interviews will be posted in various categories which include Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators, Lower Divisional Clerks and Court Clerk. Tier 1 exam will be from 4th March to 26th March 2018. The exam will last for 60 Minutes. The subjects of CHSL Tier 1 exams consists of General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension.

The four section consists of 25 questions and each section have maximum marks of 50. The total marks for tier 1 exams will be 200. Candidates who qualified for Tier 1 will move on to tier II exam which will be on 8th July 2018. You can find Vacancy details and eligibility criteria below. Let's check out more details about SSC CHSL exam result 2018 and information below.

Date of Examination
20th March to 20th April 2018
Age Limit
18 to 27 years as on 01.08.2018
Admit Card
Download Here
Answer Key
Updated Soon
Result Date
June 2018

SSC CHSL Result 2018

Right after the Tier I exam, SSC will officially publish the result date for CHSL. CHSL result will be announced during the June month. We will update the result information after getting the official confirmation from SSC. The notification regarding the results will be released on the SSC website. Just bookmark this page to get updates in the coming days.

The result will be published either in PDF format, or you can check by entering hall ticket details in the desired fields. The SSC CHSL 2016 final exams results were published in the month of February 16th, 2018 which is now available on the official SSC website. The candidates can get check their name, roll number and more detail in the result PDF document.

There will be a huge rush in the official SSC CHSL website to search the results, so there are chances of getting website crashed. A huge number of candidates will be waiting to check the results of SSC CHSL exams 2018. Let's check out the complete guide to checking SSC CHSL result 2018 below.

How to check SSC CHSL Exam result?

Just follow the instructions quoted below and get your result without any issues. The result will be published region wise.

1. First, enter the official portal of SSC - Staff Selection Commision

2. Click on "Result Section" which will be listed on the home screen of

3. There will be "Write up" section for Cut offs and "Result" to get your CHSL result.

4. Enter your Name and Roll Number into desired fields.

5. If it's in PDF format, download the file of your region.

After getting results, take printouts and keep it for future references.

Important dates to remember for SSC CHSL 2018

Just note down the dates for CHSL exam 2018 for future references.

Registration starts: 18th November 2018

Closing Date: 27th December 2018

Offline Challan Generation closing date: 22nd December 2017

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Admit Card Release Date: 22nd February 2018

Tier I exam date: 4th March to 26th March 2018

Tier II exam: 8th July 2018

Result date: 20th June 2018 ( Not yet finalized)

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is conducting the CHSL examination (10+2) to fill 3259 vacancies this year. The SSC CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level) recruitment 2018 exams will be done in three tiers. The examinations will take place in March 2018.  Various notifications have already announced on the website of staff selection commission. The online application process was started from 18th November 2017. The closing date for applying online has further extended to 27th December 2017.

The candidates who are appearing for the exams will be eagerly looking for the SSC CHSL Cut off marks 2018. The SSC will announce the 2018 CHSL cutoff marks officially in the coming days. The cut off marks will be declared in various regions. The notifications regarding the cut off marks will also be released in the official SSC website. The candidates will get an idea of 2018 cut off marks by looking the previous year's SSC CHSL Cut off marks, Check them below.

SSC CHSL Examination 2016, 2015, 2014 Cut Off Marks

Here are the SSC CHSL Cut off marks of the years 2016, 2015 and 2014 in different categories. 

 Category  Cut Off Marks
 2016  2015  2014
 General  127.5  119  120
 OBC  120  110  108
 SC  108  99  95
 ST  99  89.5  86
 VH  96  83.5  82
 OH  97.5  88  84
 HH  65  55  53
 EX-Servicemen  64.5  45.5

Vacancies for SSC CHSL Examination 2018

This year the Staff Selection Commission is conducting CHSL examination for filling the posts of Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/Junior Sorting Assistant (JSA), Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operator (DEO). Totally there are 3259 vacancies available. Postal Assistant/Lower Division Clerk post has the most number of vacancies (2359). SSC is providing a pay scale of Rs.5200-20200 for all these posts. While LDC/JSA posts have a grade pay of Rs.1900, the grade pay for the PA/SA and DEO posts is Rs.2400. The candidates can now start working hard for the exams to get this dream job.

 Here are the details of tentative vacancies for each of the posts.

 Post Number of Vacancies
 Lower Division Clerk/Junior Sorting Assistant 898
 Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant 2359
 Data Entry Operator 2

SSC CHSL 2018 Examination Centres

The candidates who have applied for the SSC CHSL exams 2018 will be looking for their exam centres. The exam centres will be allocated according to the choice that candidates have given in their application. There are around 10 to 15 CHSL examination centres allotted for each region to accommodate the candidates. The region with the most number of examination centres is Western Region (WR). The region with least number of examination centres is Kerala-Karnataka Region(KKR). 

Kerala-Karnataka Region has 9 examination centres. There are a total of 129 examination centres all across the country for SSC CHSL examination. The candidates should check their examination centres clearly so that there will not be any confusion. The centre of exams will be menitoned in the hall ticket/admit card.  Below are the details of the number of centres for each region tabulated:

 Central region (CR) 11
 Eastern region (ER) 16
 Kerala Karnataka region (KKR) 9
 Northern region (NR) 15
 North Eastern Region (NER) 12
 Southern region (SR) 14
 Western Region (WR) 22
 Madhya Pradesh Sub-region (MPR) 15
 North Western Sub-region (NWR) 15

SSC CHSL Examination 2018 Admit Card/Hall Ticket

The candidates can easily download the admit card or hall ticket for the SSC CHSL 2018 exams from the official SSC website. The admit card/hall tickets of the CHSL exams was released on 22nd February 2018 (Thursday). The admit cards of different regions are available on the SSC website. The applied individuals need to click on the SSC CHSL admit card link and enter the Registration/Roll Number, Date of Birth and region. The admit card will be released separately for different regions. The hall tickets will be available on the website of SSC just before 1 month of the examination. The candidates should make sure that they have taken the admit card for the exams before entering the exam hall. The candidates can take a print out of the admit card from the official website once it has released.

SSC CHSL 2018 Answer Key

The answer keys of the 2018 SSC CHSL exams will be released one month before the result date. The candidates can check the updates regarding the answer keys here. The candidates can also have the opportunity to raise the objections regarding the answer keys till a specific date which will be announced later. The negative mark for the wrong answers is 0.5. The candidates will get an idea of the marks they scored by checking the answer keys.

The appeared candidates can check the answer keys of SSC CHSL 2018 exams by entering into the official SSC website. Just like the search for the result there will also be a huge rush in search of the ans answer keys, so the candidates can check back after after some time at the website.There will be the answer key link in the SSC homepage and candidates can get the answer key by entering the username, password and exam date and finally click on the submit button. 


Wednesday, 14 March 2018

SSC CHSL Exams Cut Off Marks 2018

Staff Selection Commission examination organized by Government of India for recruiting staffs in any Government Department, Ministries or organizations. This selection process is based on Combined Higher Secondary Level examination for various posts in different departments. The Government authorities after a detailed study on previous year’s exam pattern, vacancies and cut-off have come up with 2018 cut-off marks for the exam. It is always better than the candidates prepare themselves for scoring as much as they can and not just look up to the cut-off marks or the minimum marks.

It is time for all candidates to look forward to giving your best and get a chance to serve our government with best of your ability. It is always better to know about the cut-off or the minimum marks to be scored for the exam because this will help the candidate to be mentally prepared and then get geared up for the exam. But every candidate should try to get good marks and not just the minimum marks.

Basic Details of the SSC CHSL exams

All examines should know the details of the exam and for their information, some details of the exams are mentioned.

Organizer of the exam; Staff Selection Commission
Exam Name: Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination
Exams for the posts: Postal and Sorting Assistant, Lower Division Clerk/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Data Entry Operator
Total Vacancies: 3259
Tier -I Exam Date: 4th March- 26th March 2018
Tier-II Exam Date: 8th July 2018

Cut-off Marks for 2018 out of 200 marks

SSC decided that the cut-off marks for general candidates are 127-130, for OBC candidates is 120-125, for SC candidates is 119-125, ST candidates are 105-112, Visually Handicapped or other handicapped candidates the cut-off is 97-106, for Hearing Handicapped person 65-68 and for Ex-servicemen candidates it is 65-67. This year authorities increased the cut-off marks so that the candidates can prepare and aim for the more better result.

Also Read: How to check ssc chsl result online

How to score Cut-off in SSC CHSL Exam

Year after year it is observed that the cut-offs are increasing. In one hand it is a burden and mental pressure for the candidate and at the same times it challenging as well. To get not only the cut-off marks but to achieve better results in Staff Selection Commission exam one should go through the ten years question papers, take proper guidance from experienced candidates who appeared for these kinds of exams earlier.

These days there are a lot of tuition classes available which helps the candidate to score not only the minim marks but also to score good marks and get through this exam for a secured future job. One needs to follow the question paper and solve the answers sheet as guided and attend the regular tuitions so that they never miss a single mock test which is very important. Half of the questions are discussed in the exams and classes. The question of these exams are very basic so it is advisable to score the maximum amount of marks because the cut-off marks in 2018 are high and negative marking is also present. Preparation should be done keeping all these aspects in mind. One most important reason for high cut-off marks is the increase in the number of candidates appearing for the exam.


Sunday, 11 March 2018

SSC CHSL Exams 2018 Answer Key

The SSC CHSL Answer key will be uploaded by the Staff Selection Committee in their official site. A candidate who will be appearing for the Tier 1 Exam can download the answer key. For downloading the Answer key, the candidates have to log in the official website with their Roll Number, Password and their Date of Birth. With the help of these answer key, one will be able to assess and know how much they will be scoring even before the CHSL results are announced officially.

From this official site of the committee, candidates will be able to calculate the score and know more details which they are seeking for.

Who will issue the Answer Key?

The Answer Key will be released by the authority officially, and that will be their first release. With the help of this first release, the candidates will chalk out their challenges. Based on this the Commission will come out with a final release of answer key for Tier I exam 2018. A candidate will be able to download these answer keys set wise both the answers and the questions.  This process of Answer key is applicable for all pasts for which the exams are held.

How can one use the Answer Key?

There will be 200 questions, and each question will carry one mark each. For correct answers, the marking will be +1, and for any negative marking, there will be -0.25 negative marking for incorrect answer. The exams will be conducted in different centers, and this will be written exams which will continue from 4th March to 26th March 2018. The answer Keys will be available on the official website. Candidates can go through the answer keys and if they want they can send representation within a due date given by the commission. Answer Key is usually available in PDF format. One should download the answers form the website, take a print out and then they tally with their answers to get an idea of their scores.

Answer Keys are correct or not

Answer Keys are normally made by the experts, teachers, and institutions. Candidates should keep in mind there is some difference between the answer sheet of the candidates and the answer key published by the teachers and experts. These answer keys are usually correct and are published after the just after the exams are over.

Marks calculated 

Total marks are 200, and there are four categories there are 50 marks each. Each question carries one marks. Marks obtained for the correct answer is 1 which gets subtracted from some negative marking questions.

When will the Answer Key release

The Answers Key for SSC CHSL 2018 is likely to release after the exam is over. The exam will start from March 4th and will end on 26th March 2018. So, it is expected to be released and published in April 2018. Candidates should keep an eye on the website for the news and regularly update after their exam.

Thursday, 22 February 2018

SSC CHSL Exam Admit Card 2018 All Regions

SSC CHSL has already notified that examination will be starting from March 4 onwards. One thing not to forget before going to the exam is the admit card. The SSC has released the admit/hall ticket of the examination on 22nd February 2018. The candidates should enter the Roll Number/Registration Number and the Date of Birth to download the admit card. 

We will update the posts once the admit card notification comes on the official website. You can subscribe to us to stay connected with us for an update on the SSC CHSL exams. The candidate has to keep a hard copy of the admit card while going to the examinations.

How to download the SSC CHSL 2018 Admit card?

Just follow the instructions below and get your SSC CHSL 2018 Admit card from the official website of SSC. Admit card will be available in PDF format. Just download and take printouts.

Step 1: From your browser, log on to official website of SSC.
Step 2: Second step is selecting your region. Select the region you have chosen for writing the examination.
Step 3: Now click on the " Click Here" button below.
Step 4: In a new screen, there will be two text boxes for typing in your name or registration/roll number. Type in your details
Step 5: Hit the "Submit" button
Step 6: You will be taken to a new page in which you will be shown your admit card.
Step 7: Download the admit card as PDF and take a printout of it.

Here are the details you should know correctly for getting your admit card.

1. Registration number/Name
2. Date of birth

Region wise Admit card

The admit cards of different regions are now available on the SSC website. Choose your regions and download your SSC CHSL admit card below.

 Staff Selection Commission Regions  Admit Card Link
 Eastern Region (ER)
 SSC Southern Region (SR)
 SSC Karnataka Region (KKR)
 SSC Central Region (CR)
 Northern Region (NR)
 North Eastern Region (NER)
 Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR)
 Western Region (WR)
 North Western Region (NWR)

Related post: SSC CHSL exam result 2018 all regions

What to do after getting Admit card

Paste a recent photo of yours on it, in the rectangular space provided. After that in the space for the signature, put your signature exactly like the one you uploaded during applying. Another thing is you should also keep a valid ID proof with you. The examination supervisor will not permit you to write the examination if you don't have a valid ID with you. Make sure you have one with you. It could be a passport, driving license, Adhar card or any other that is acceptable as a valid ID.

If you are searching for Exam centres for SSC CHSL exam 2018, Go here.


Tuesday, 30 January 2018

SSC CHSL Exam Centres 2018 - All Regions

SSC has announced the CHSL examination for recruiting candidates to fill the postal-sorting assistants, Data Entry Operator and Court clerical vacancies. There are 898 vacancies available for Lower Division Clerk/Junior sorting assistant vacancies. The number of Data Entry Operator and postal assistant vacancies are respectively, 2359 and 2.

The candidate, in the order of their preference, can choose three examination centres under his/her selected region. There are totally 9 regions, and under them, there are totally 127 examination centres all over India. The candidate cannot choose examination centres from two different regions.

It is to be noted that once a preference is stated in the application, it is final and no change in the examination centres can be made before the examination.

SSC CHSL Exam Centres

Given below is the list of all examination centres and their respective codes, to choose while applying to the CHSL Examination.

SSC CHSL 2018 Examination Centres List

 Region  Examination Centres and Centre Codes
Central Region (CR)  Agra(3001), Allahabad(3003), Bareilly(3005), Gorakhpur(3007) , Kanpur(3009), Lucknow (3010) Meerut(3011), Varanasi (3013), Bhagalpur (3201), Muzaffarpur(3205), Patna(3206)
Eastern Region(ER)  Gangtok (4001), Ranchi(4205), Barasat (4402), Berhampore (WB) (4403), Chinsurah (4405), Jalpaiguri (4408), Kolkata(4410), Malda (4412),Midnapur (4413), Siliguri (4415), Berhampore(4602), Bhubaneshwar (4604), Cuttack (4605), Keonjhargarh (4606), Sambalpur (4609), Port Blair (4802), 
Kerala Karnataka Region  Bangalore(9001), Dharwar(9004), Gulbarga(9005), Mangalore(9008), Mysore (9009), Kochi (9204), Kozhikode(Calicut)(9206),Thiruvananthapuram (9211), Thrissur(9212)
Northern Region(NR)  Almora(2001), Dehradun(2002), Haldwani (2003), Srinagar (Uttarakhand) (2004), Haridwar (2005), Delhi(2201), Ajmer(2401), Alwar(2402), Bharatpur(2403),Bikaner (2404), Jaipur(2405), Jodhpur(2406), Kota(2407), Sriganganagar (2408), Udaipur(2409)
 North Eastern Region (NER)  Itanagar(5001), Dibrugarh(5102), Guwahati (Dispur)(5105), Jorhat (5107), Silchar(5111), Kohima (5302), Shillong(5401), Imphal(5501), Churachandpur (5502), Agartala(5601). Aizwal(5701)
Southern Region(SR)  Guntur(8001), Kurnool (8003), Rajahmundry(8004), Tirupati (8006), Vishakhapatnam (8007), Hyderabad(8601), Nizamabad (8602), Chennai(8201), Coimbatore(8202), Madurai (8204), Tiruchirapalli (8206), Tirunelveli (8207), Puducherry(8401), Warangal(8603)
Western Region(WR)  Ahmedabad(7001) Vadodara (7002), Rajkot(7006), Surat(7007), Bhavnagar(7009), Amravati (7201), Aurangabad(7202), Kolhapur(7203), Mumbai(7204), Nagpur (7205), Nanded (7206), Nashik (7207), Pune(7208), Thane(7210) Bhandara (7211), Chandrapur(7212), Akola(7213), Jalgaon(7214), Ahmednagar(7215), Alibaug(7216), Panaji(7801)
Madhya Pradesh (MPR)  Bhopal(6001), Chindwara(6003), Guna(6004), Gwalior (6005), Indore(6006), Jabalpur (6007), Khandwa (6009), Ratlam(6011), Satna(6014), Sagar (6015), Ambikapur(6201), Bilaspur(6202) Jagdalpur(6203), Raipur(6204), Durg(6205)
North Western Region(NWR)  Anantnag (1001), Baramula(1002), Jammu(1004), Leh(1005), Rajouri(1006), Srinagar(J&K)(1007), Kargil (1008), Dodda (1009), Hamirpur (1202), Shimla(1203), Bhathinda (1401), Jalandhar(1402), Patiala (1403), Amritsar( 1404), Chandigarh (1601)

Just find out your region along with centre codes and get your CHSL exam centres.

Monday, 29 January 2018

10 Important Steps to keep in mind while preparing for SSC CGL 2018

SSC CGL is gaining popularity with every passing day and to get a post of your choice, it is important that you focus on your target rather than distracting yourself.With every passing year, more and number of students are writing the SSC CGL exams. Even the students from the colleges like NIT, PEC, Thapar University are interested in the job profiles. 

And to beat the competition, you need to sharpen all the skills that you have. Not only you need to be good in Maths and English, but also you need to have a sound strategy to get the job.In this post, we will share 10 important steps to keep in mind while preparing for SC CGL 2018.

1.    Know the Pattern and the Posts

SSC CGL 2018 exam is not too far away. If you have just started preparing, the first and foremost thing to do is to know the pattern. How many levels are there; what all subjects are coming; which posts are you targeting (AAO, Statistical Invigilator, ITI, Customs, ED, CBI etc.); what was the last year cut-off and the exam calendar(don’t rely too much on this!).
Please read the notification properly before applying and fill all the details with utmost care.
SSC asks for post preference. Don’t fill that alphabetically as you might not get a chance to change it afterward. Consider all the factors like what kind of job you want to do, where you would like to settle etc. Consult your family or ask us in the comment section.

2.    Start the preparation

Get to know the syllabus thoroughly. By thoroughly, I mean you need to analyze some previous papers and find the important topics that are getting questions regularly. Please understand that if you are preparing for CAT or UPSC or IBPS, SSC is an altogether a different ball game. The GK questions asked in SSC are different from UPSC and the level of DI in SSC is not as much as in CAT/IBPS. Please note down the topics that are being asked constantly in the exam.

3.    Know your Question Style

SSC CGL is changing fast and the level is not same as it was 2 years ago. Also, being a computer-based test now has its own perils. It is important to know the level of difficulty of questions. Though the exam is computer-based, you must purchase previous year question books. The Advance Maths section of SSC CGL 2016 mains exams and Tier 1 of SSC CGL 2017 was much more calculative as compared to previous years. Even simple questions involved a lot of calculations.

4.    Practice

If you have not given any Government Exam, better to start in a traditional way. Take a book which has all the chapters with the concept and start learning. Finish the syllabus in a timely manner i.e. 2-3 months before the exam so that you have time to hone your skills and give mock tests. Finish the complete syllabus, English, Maths, Reasoning, General Awareness (Stats and Finance if you are applying for Stats or AAO posts).

5.    Stress on short-cuts/ tricks

SSC CGL is based on your time management. If you are able to do 100 questions in Quantitative Aptitude in Tier 2 in a given time with good accuracy, you can easily steer ahead of the completion. For this, you need to know the tricks, the short-cuts and the formulas which cut the length questions to a few words. Even English has some tricks, learn those.

6.    Know your Weakness

It takes time to get over your weakness. It’s a give and takes the thing you devote time, you can win. Since the notification is yet to release, you can start studying at least 3 hours a day in clearing your concepts and know the subject by heart. Cover each and every topic, buy previous years question banks and cover each and every concept. Don’t leave any stone unturned.

7.    Join Computer Based Test Series

Since the exam is computer bases, it is must to get yourself well averse with the computer-based tests. Join a test series which have number of tests and has similar questions like the main exams. We at Grade-Up have a team of dedicated professionals which have cleared these examinations who make these mock tests at par with the actual tests. With the number of students giving the mocks crossing lacs last year, you can get an actual feel of the SSC CGL with our test series. There is a detailed analysis and ranking provided after each mock test.

8.    Motivation

Keep yourself motivated. SSC generally takes huge time to complete the selection process. SSC CGL 2016 was expected to get over in what the Commission said a record time of 8 months as it usually took more than 2 years but it is stuck in Court Cases and the students who have cleared SSC CGL 2016 are yet to join. The dates of exams keep changing, already date of Tier-2 of SSC CGL 2017 has been changed more than twice. SSC CGL 2013 was over only in 2015 and joining in some departments took place in 2016. People who got selected in SSC CGL 2014 joined in mid-2016.  Selected students from SSC CGL 2015 joined in late 2017. Unlike IBPS, SSC takes a lot of time. It is therefore essential to stay motivated right through the process. Many students stop preparing due to lack of interest.

9.    Every stage is important – Keep Working Hard

SSC CGL being a multi-level exam needs constant effort. You don’t have time to be happy until your last tier (sometimes a court case, pun intended) is over. You may be good at academics and might have scored 175/200 in Tier 1, but you can be out of the race if you don’t do well in Tier 2 and Tier 3. Tier 2 has the record of breaking thousands of such dreams. Mains is the most important stage. You have to give your best at every stage. Similarly, if you have barely crossed the cut-off in Tier-1, you can still get the desired post by scoring well in Tier 2.

10.  Take care of your health

Don’t get sick due to pressure. Get a sound sleep and proper diet. Ensure that you have a minimum of 7 hours of sound sleep every day and eat healthy meals. Strictly no to outside food before 10-15 days prior to exams.

Last but not the least, get connected with like aspirants like you and know the latest stuff by simply downloading SSC CGL preparation app.


Tuesday, 16 January 2018

SSC MTS Result 2017 - Check SSC Multitasking Non Technical Exam Result Online

SSC stands for Staff Selection Commission. It is an attached office of DPT (Department of Personnel and Training) Under the Central Government of India. The SSC functions to recruit SSC staffs belonging to Group 'B' posts under various Ministries of the Indian Government. Belonging to Group 'C' Non-Technical posts under different departments of the Indian government. They recruit by conducting examinations and interviews region wise for the vacant positions yearly.

First time, MTS conducting a computer based exam. We have tier one exams over and it's time for the result announcement on Monday. We have all information and updates regarding the SSC MTS result. Let's check out all latest updates and news about MTS exam results below.

SSC MTS Result Declared

Finally, SSC officially announced the MTS result 2017 on Monday, 15th January 2018 at 6.30 PM IST. If you have not yet checked the result. Just go on to the official portal of SSC and click on "SSC Non Technical exam result" link and download the PDF document of your region. They have uploaded all regions result in PDF format, so there is no need to enter your hall ticket details. 

As the PDF document includes 12 to 13 pages. Press CTRL F and search your name through the browser. If you see your name - You have qualified for Tier two exam starting from 28th January 2018. For cut off marks Click on "Write up" section and download your regions Cut off marks.

SSC MTS Result Updates 2017

So the most waited SSC non-technical Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) result will be announced in anytime from now. Candidates can visit the official portal and click on result section. Enter your hall ticket information and get your SSC MTS result on screen. There will be a 'write-up' section where you can find the cut off marks category-wise. Just stay tuned here for result announcement updates in the coming hours.

So the exams are over now, you all are waiting for the result. From the latest news from SSC, MTS 2017 result all regions will be declared by December. Official notification will be out soon during this month. You can check the result region wise through the official portals of SSC. From the result, the candidate can know whether he/she is shortlisted for the subsequent phase 2 examination.

Note: SSC officially confirmed that MTS result will be declared on 15th January 2018 (Monday). You can find the notification in PDF through the official SSC portal. It can also come before the said date. So just stay tuned for updates in the coming days here. Once the result is out, we will be updating it here.

SSC MTS Result 2018 Time

So you all know the date to get the results. Now the time is not yet officially announced by MTS. The previous year, MTS published the result at 10 AM IST and 2018 also, you can expect same timings for the result publication. Candidates can check their results region wise as quoted below. Just scroll below to pick up your region and get your SSC MTS 2018 result.

Quick guide to check MTS result without any official portal issues

Around 30 lakh candidates who have registered for the SSC MTS is waiting to check the results on the result publishing date. There are chances that due to heavy traffic volume on the result publishing date, the official site may get blocked.  Here we share a way to successfully login to the official website, check your result by bypassing the website crash that is likely to occur. Here are some tips to get your result.

Make sure you connect your Internet with 4g, hope you all are having Jio. there will be issues in loading the official portal of SSC portal during the result hours. So you just follow the steps quoted below.

The state wise cut off marks of the examination will be released along with results. The results will be also released on regional SSC websites.

If you face any confusion while checking the results, just follow the below guides. Still, we are waiting for the official confirmation regarding the result. Once we got any updates on SSC MTS result, we will be posting it here.

How to speed check SSC MTS result before website crash

Here are some tips to check your MTS exam result without any issues in official portals.

1. Open a new tab in your browser and go to the official website one hour before the official result publishing time.

2. Note down the time of result. Most probably the result will be published in between 10'o clock and 1'o clock of the publishing day.

3. Keep ready with your Register number and Date Of Birth to fill up fast.

4. Now just wait for the result screen. That's it.


After a lot of rumours and speculations, SSC will declare MTS tier 1 results on 15th January 2018. We will keep updating in the coming days with result details. Just bookmark this page. Once the result is published, candidates will be shortlisted for the second exam on 28th January 2018. Right after the tier 2 exam, just make sure you have all documents for a verification process for further steps. The selection process will end up with a final interview by SSC officials.

How to check result:

Follow the instructions and check your results without any delays.

* Ready with your Register number and Date of birth.

* Open the official website of SSC.

* Check for SSC MTS result 2017 section.

* Choose your region.

* Fill out the Roll number and Date of the birth section.

* Click on Submit button.

* Your result will appear on the screen.

* Take print out for future reference.

You can find region wise SSC MTS result details below.

As per the latest Updates from SSC officials, The MTS result will be published on 15th January 2018. The official notification regarding the result date will be soon available in the coming days. Stay tuned here.

MTS paper 1 exam answer key (20th November 2017)

So we have some official updates from SSC MTS regarding the answer key. So candidates can now check the tentative answer key of Paper 1 MTS exam through the official website of SSC.

How to check SSC MTS paper 1 exam answer key:

1. Open the official website of SSC -

2. Click on "Multi Tasking Staff (Non-Technical) Re-examination Tentative Answer Keys" for details

3. Follow this link -

4. Go to login page

5. Enter username and password

6. Select the exam date and press submits button.

7. Answer key will be displayed on the screen

Candidates are also allowed to check and raise objections until 5pm on November 26, 2017.

SSC MTS Result Date 2017

The rumours are coming about the result date of SSC examination conducted for the recruitment of multitasking staff. The rumours say SSC MTS examination results will arrive on January 15, 2018.
The rumours may be spreading based on the thinking that every year SSC MTS results come after 2-2.5 months after the examination.

But this year we can't expect it to be like that. This is because unlike every year the examination was conducted in online mode this year, and the result date can be much earlier than January 15.

Confirmed Result Date: 15th January 2018

SSC MTS cut off marks 2017 Updates

The cutoff marks for each year or each region changes based on the difficulty level of each year's examination. The examination held this year i.e in 2017 had a moderate difficulty level.
As the difficulty level was moderate and a number of candidates appeared being higher this year, cutoff marks for this year are expected to be high.

How to check SSC MTS 2017 cut off marks

Step 1: Enter the SSC website for your region
Step 2: Click on the text link "SSC MTS Cutoff for 2017" found on the website
Step 3: Enter registration number and date of birth
Step 4: Click Submit and the cutoff mark scorecard will be shown on a new page
Step 5: Download the cutoff scorecard if needed for future reference.

Details contained in the SSC MTS Cut off Scorecard

In the SSC MTS cut off card, following details will be present.

* Candidate name
* Registration number for the candidate
* Total marks scored by the candidate in the examination
* Cutoff mark for the corresponding region fixed by SSC
* Marks scored by the candidate for each section of the examination
* Examination date

SSC MTS Computer based exam details

Here are some quick updates on SSC MTS 2017 Computer based Exam starting from 16th September 2017.

New Exam Dates: 16.09.2017 to 31.10.2017

Exam Type: Computer based online exam

Time: 10 AM to 12 PM / 2 PM to 4 PM

Admit Card: Soon be released in the coming days.

Result Date: Updated Soon

Syllabus: No change.

Some important points to remember before entering exam hall for SSC MTS exam 2017:

* Candidates are not allowed to bring bags, mobile phones, watches, books, chits, scanner, calculator, earplugs, headphones, etc. in Examination hall.

* Candidates should not wear full sleeves during the exam.

* Other accessories which are not allowed include charms and metals like bracelets, badges, brooches, earrings, nose pins.

* Shoes are not allowed, and instead, candidates can use open chappals.

Note: Candidates must follow the code of conduct before entering the exam hall.

Note: Admit card for all regions are out now. Just go to official websites of each region and download yours. 

SSC MTS Exam 2017

For the first time, SSC will conduct MTS examination on a Computer-based system. The new dates are released now. Find below.

The SSC tries to make sure that if possible, a candidate is given posting in their home region itself. SSC MTS Exams are conducted to recruit the NonTechnical Multi Tasking Staffs. Exams will be held yearly or otherwise.

The examination will want for four or five dates based on the number of applicants applied. For a candidate to apply or appear for SSC MTS 2017 exams, primarily he must be a citizen of either India, Nepal, Bhutan or an Indian origin refugee from Tibet or countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, East Africa who came to India before January 1, 1962. He must be Matriculation/Tenth passed. He should not be exceeded an age of 25 years for general category or the age as prescribed for candidate belonging to that particular group. Let's check out more details about SSC MTS region wise results 2017

SSC MTS Result

SSC MTS Result 2017

In order to give you a convenient browsing experience for the checking your SSC MTS results, we have carefully arranged the links of different regions here. You can go to your region link and enter the official regional site of SSC MTS. As per the latest circular from SSC, the results will be out on January 15. The candidate should understand that first phase of SSC MTS examination is only of qualifying in nature. Staff selection commission is planning to fill 8800 vacancies by this MTS examination. 

SSC conducted a brand new pattern (online mode) of examination this year. They are but following the usual pattern in the release date of their results, which is 10-12 weeks after the last examination date. The result is crucial for all the aspirants who wish to get an SSC job.

The most awaited SSC MTS Result will be announced on Monday, 15th January 2018. We will update the results right after getting the official details from SSC authorities. You can check the result without any delay or stuck from our site. Just bookmark to get latest SSC MTS result update here.


States Sub-Region Result
 Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa  SSC MTS Western Region (WR)Result  Click here                   
 Rajasthan, Delhi, and Uttarakhand  SSC Northern Region (NR)  Click here
 Karnataka & Kerala  Karnataka Region (KKR)Result  Click here
 Andhra Pradesh (AP), Tamil Nadu (TN), and Puducherry  SSC MTS Southern Region (SR) Result  Click here
 Jharkhand, West Bengal (WB), Odisha, A&N Island and Sikkim  SSC MTS Eastern Region (ER) Result  Click here
 Punjab, J&K, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh (HP)  SSC MTS North Western Region (NWR) Result  Click here
 Uttar Pradesh (UP) & Bihar  SSC MTS Central Region (CR) Result  Click here
 Arunachal Pradesh (AP), Manipur, Assam, Tripura, Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Mizoram  SSC MTS North Eastern Region (NER) Result  Click here
 Madhya Pradesh (MP) & Chhattisgarh  SSC MTS Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region (MPR) Result  Click here

SSC MTS Result 2017 Date: November/December 2017

SSC MTS Exam Result: TBA

The SSC will announce the examination once there are posts to be filled. The registration of the exam will be held online. This year in 2017, registration for the test started from December 31, 2016. The online registration will usually continue for one month. For 2017 exams, the deadline for online registration date is 30th January 2017.

SSC MTS Exam Online Application details

The application fee for the exams can be remitted through State Bank of India branches or through online payment services. The online application is a two-part process. In the first part, we have to enter in the details to make an account. After that chalan receipt has to be printed.

Once the payment has been made, then you can do the second part of registration. For those candidates who registered in SSC website and created an account, they don't have to do the first part of registration as it has been already done. What they have to do is just log into their existing account, make the payment and complete the second part of the registration.

This will only take a few minutes. After the registration is completed, you can keep a copy of the printed application form, in case if you need to present it somewhere or like to keep a copy with yourself. You don't have to send the application through the postal mail anymore. The process has been made entirely quickly by SSC officials through online. You can then prepare for the examination by referring good books that can help you score better in your SSC MTS tests.

How to Apply SSC MTS 2017 Online?

New Dates Released for Computer based Exam: Check out below.

SSC MTS Computer based exam dates:

16.09.2017- 31.10.2017

SSC MTS Exam 2017 Date 

SSC MTS Exam will be conducted on four days. Candidates will be informed of the date and place of examination online or find your admit card. Check out the dates below.

SSC MTS 2017 Exam Dates (NEW)

Official Update: The SSC - Staff Selection Commission officially canceled all exams held on 28th May, 4th June, and 11th June 2017 and the re-exam dates are not yet published. New dates will be out soon. Bookmark this post for updates.

Note: old dates 16th April, 30th April and 7th May 2017 were changed to new dates below.

To be Announced

The first exam will be on Sunday, 30th April 2017. All dates are changed. So just share the revised dates with your friends who are writing SSC MTS exam 2017.

The date of examination will generally be held after two or months after the registration has been completed. Then keep in touch with SSC updates. Because someday your admit card will be available. You can download the admit card. In the admit card you will get the venue details, time to appear for the examination and also the date of your examinations. As said earlier the SSC conduct exams for four or five or six days based on the number of applications they get. So your examination date may not be your friend's study period. Appear for the examination in time; attend the examinations well, so that you get qualified for your interview examinations too.

Read more on SSC MTS 2017 Exam Dates here

Important Dates for SSC MTS Exam 2017

Note down these days for those who are preparing for SSC MTS exam 2017.

Online Application starts from 31/12/2016
Last Date to Submit Online Application for SSC MTS 2017 exam: 30/1/2017
Last Date for Fee Payment: 17/1/2017