SSC MTS Syllabus Details 2019
SSC MTS Syllabus Details: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recruits group posts of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) in different states and Union Territories. The following are the details for applying for SSC MTS vacancies.
Paper I: General Intelligence and Reasoning will be non-verbal by looking at the post related to the question post. The questions of Numerical Aptitude and General English will be simple, one level, which will be in a position to respond comfortably to an average matriculation pass. Questions on general awareness will also be of the same standard.
General Intelligence: This will include non-verbal types of questions. The tests will include questions on equality and differences, space visualization, problem-solving, analysis, decision making, decision making, visual memory, discrimination observation, relationship concepts, figure classification, arithmetic number series, nonvolable series, etc. There will also be questions designed in the test. Examine the capabilities of the candidate to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationship, arithmetic calculation, and other analytical functions.
English Language: The understanding of candidates, their writing capacity will be examined about the basics of English language, its vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, inverse, and its correct usage, etc.
Numerical Aptitude: This paper will include the number system, the calculation of whole numbers, the calculation of the decimal and fraction, and the connection between numbers, fundamental arithmetic operations, percentage, ratio and ratio, profit, interest, profit and loss, rebate, usage. Tables and graphs, mensuration, time and distance, ratios and time, time and work, etc.
General Awareness: The questions will be designed to test the general awareness of the candidate around him and the ability of his application for society. The questions will be designed to test the knowledge of the current events and their everyday aspects of observation and experience in their scientific aspects as can be expected from an educated person. This test will also include questions related to India and its neighboring countries, especially related to sports, history, culture, geography, economic scenario, Indian constitution and general research including scientific research etc. These questions will be such that they do not need special study. Of any discipline.
Note: For more than 40% VH candidates and above visible disability and for SCRIBE, there will be no component of maps/graph/diagram/ statistical data in General Intelligence and Logic/General Awareness Paper.
Paper-II: Paper will be possible in English and Hindi and in other languages as mentioned in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution so that the basic language skills can be tested with the prescribed academic qualification for the post. Candidates must write a short essay/letter in English and Hindi. Candidates can opt to write essays/papers in any Indian language included in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution.