Plan Your SSC MTS Tier 1 Exam Journey in Delhi
As the SSC MTS Tier 1 Exam is set to commence on September 8, 2023, in various locations, candidates with Delhi as their examination venue need to be well-prepared. The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued a notification on September 6, 2023, specifically for these candidates, advising them to plan their journey to the examination venue in advance and allocate ample time to avoid unexpected inconveniences.
The notification also recommends that applicants follow a comprehensive traffic advisory, which includes information on suggested road routes, railway station routes, essential traffic regulations, DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) bus/interstate bus guidance, advisory for metro services, and instructions for the general public. All of these details can be found on the official Delhi Traffic Police website.
This advisory is particularly important due to the concurrent G20 Summit hosted by India in the National Capital. Consequently, there are restrictions on vehicular movements in the capital and surrounding areas in light of the G20 Summit.
SSC MTS Tier 1 Exam Details
The Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff (MTS) Tier 1 Exam is scheduled to be held from September 1 to September 14, 2023. It will take place at numerous testing locations across the country.
If you have appeared for the SSC Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) Havildar 2023 exam, you can check your result and cut-off list by visiting the official SSC website at ssc.nic.in. To access your result, you will need to use your login credentials, which include your roll number and name.
A total of 3015 candidates have been shortlisted for the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Physical Standard Test (PST) as part of the recruitment process. The computer-based SSC MTS 2023 exam was conducted in two phases, from May 2 to 19 and from June 13 to 20.
“Candidates have been shortlisted for PET/PST based on normalized scores for the post of Havildar (CBIC and CBN). The commission will soon issue a notification for the PET/PST process,” stated the official notice released by SSC.
The SSC MTS exam was conducted in a total of 13 regional languages, in addition to English and Hindi. There are a total of 12,523 vacancies to be filled for SSC Multi-Tasking Staff and Havildar positions.
For candidates appearing for the SSC MTS Tier 1 Exam in Delhi, planning your journey to the examination venue is crucial. Be sure to follow the provided traffic advisory, given the ongoing restrictions due to the G20 Summit. Additionally, stay updated on your exam results and further notifications through the official SSC website. Best of luck with your SSC MTS Tier 1 Exam!