SSC MTS Havaldar Admit Card 2022 : SSC has released the admit card for MTS and Havaldar recruitment exam. Right now the admit card is made available on the SSC Western Region website sscwr.net.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the admit card for MTS and Havaldar recruitment exam which is going to start from 5th July. Although the admit card has been made available on the website of SSC Western Region Mumbai at sscwr.net now, gradually the link to download the admit card will be made available on the website of other regions as well. Candidates can download the admit card by entering their roll number or registered ID number and date of birth. If a candidate does not have his/her roll number then he/she can also get the admit card by entering his/her name, father’s name, date of birth.
SSC MTS Havaldar Admit Card 2022
Paper 1 of Multi Tasking Staff (Non-Technical) and Havildar (CBIC & CBN) Recruitment Examination will be conducted from July 5 to July 22, 2022 on various scheduled dates. Through this recruitment, 7301 posts of MTS and Havildar will be recruited. There are total 3698 vacancies of MTS in this. There are 3603 vacancies of Havildar.
The candidates are asked to carry an original photo identity card in the examination bearing the same date of birth (including date, month and year) as printed on the SSC MTS, Havaldar Admit Card 2022. The admit card should be kept safely till the final result. In case of missing, roll number will not be given again.
SSC MTS Havaldar selection and exam pattern
MTS- Computer Best Paper-1 and Paper-2. Paper-1 will be objective type. Candidates passing in Paper 1 will be called for Paper-2 which will be descriptive.
For Havildar Posts – Paper-1, Physical Efficiency Test, Paper-2. Paper-1 will be objective type. Based on the performance in this, six times the total number of candidates will be called for Physical Efficiency Test and Paper-II.
Paper – 2 will be qualifying. The paper has 40 percent qualifying marks for unreserved candidates and 35 percent for reserved candidates.
It will be necessary for the candidates of both MTS and Havildar posts to secure qualifying marks in Paper-2.
How will the merit list be prepared?
The final merit list of MTS will be prepared on the basis of normalized score in Paper 1.
While the final merit of Havildar posts will also be made on the basis of normalized score of Paper-I but these candidates will have to compulsorily qualify in Physical Efficiency Test.
Rules for Physical Efficiency Test for Havildar
Men – Will have to walk 1600 meters in 15 minutes. Will have to cycle 8 km in 30 minutes.
Women – 1 km race in 20 minutes. Will have to cycle 3 km in 25 minutes