The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the application status for the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Exam 2023 for the Karnataka Kerala Region, Southern Region, and Chennai. Aspirants can visit their respective regional websites to verify their application status and download the Tier 1 admit card when available.
Application Status and Admit Card Details
The SSC has released the SSC MTS Application Status 2023 on April 19, 2023. Candidates who have applied for the Multi Tasking Staff Exam can check their application status region-wise on the official SSC website. The application status has been released for the Karnataka Kerala Region and Southern Region, Chennai, while the SSC MTS Admit Card 2023 for Tier 1 for all regions will be released shortly.
The Tier 1 admit card will be accessible on the regional websites of SSC. Candidates will need to log in using their registration details on the official portal to download the admit card.
How to Check SSC MTS 2023 Application Status
To check their application status for the SSC MTS Exam 2023, candidates can follow this step-by-step guide or use the direct links provided below.
- Visit the regional website of SSC for KKR and SR regions.
- On the homepage, click on the link available for application status.
- Enter your Registration Number and Date of Birth.
- Your SSC MTS application status will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the same and take a printout for further use.
- KKR Region: https://ssckkr.kar.nic.in/sschallticket/mts22_appstatus.aspx
- SR Region: http://www.sscsr.gov.in/MTS2022-EXAMINATION-APPLICATION-STATUS-GET.htm
SSC MTS 2023 Exam Dates
The SSC MTS 2023 Exam is scheduled to be conducted from May 2 to May 19, 2023 at various exam centers across the country. Candidates appearing for the SSC MTS Exam 2023 are advised to keep a close eye on the regional websites of the SSC to stay updated.
Key Facts about SSC MTS Exam
- The SSC MTS Exam is a national-level exam conducted by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit candidates for various Group ‘C’ non-gazetted, non-ministerial posts in different central government departments, ministries, and offices.
- The exam is conducted in two stages: Tier 1 (Computer Based Examination) and Tier 2 (Descriptive Paper).
- The Tier 1 exam consists of objective-type questions, while the Tier 2 exam is a descriptive paper in English or any other language listed in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution.
- The final merit list is prepared based on the cumulative performance in both Tier 1 and Tier 2 exams.
As the exam dates approach, it is crucial for candidates to keep themselves updated with the latest information and download their admit cards as soon as they are released.