SSC MTS Paper 2 Result: Staff Selection Commission has postponed the SSC MTS paper 2 result due to the nationwide lockdown till 17th May, 2020. The new result dates will be announced in due course on its official website @ssc.nic.in. The result was earlier scheduled to release on 30th April, 2020. SSC recently released the result calendar that includes the tentative result dates on which results are going to be announced for different competitive Exams. All the candidates who appeared in the examination are requested to keep in touch with this article for the latest updates regarding the exam.
|Exam Details||Scheduled Result Date||New Result Date|
|Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination, 2018(Paper-II)||9 April||To be intimated later|
|Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination, 2019(Paper-II)||30 April||To be intimated later|
|Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2018(Tier-III)||8 May||To be intimated later|
|Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2019 (Tier-I)||No Tentative Date||To be intimated later|
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Earlier, SSC MTS paper-2 exam was postponed from 17th Nov 2019 to 24th Nov 2019 due to some administrative reasons. The Qualifying marks in Paper-II will be 40% for the candidates belonging to unreserved category and 35% for the candidates of reserved category. If more than one candidate score equal normalized marks in Paper-2 then Marks scored by the candidates in Paper-1 will be used to decide merit.
According to Staff Selection Commission over 19 lakh candidates appeared for the SSC MTS Tier-1 exam. The Final selection of the candidate for SSC MTS Result and allocation of States/ UTs will be made solely on the basis of marks scored in Paper-1, the preference of States/ UTs given by them in the online Application Form and the age-group of the candidates. Normalized scores of the candidates from Paper-1 will be used to determine merit and the candidates will only be considered against the vacancies of States/ UTs for which they have given their preference in the online Application Form.