Government jobs after 10 or 12 th pass : Qualify Entrance exams of SSC MTS and SSC CHSL - Future Study Point

Government jobs after 10 or 12 th pass : Qualify Entrance exams of SSC MTS and SSC CHSL

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Entrance exams of SSC MTS and SSC CHSL

The best and easiest way for getting a government jobs is to qualify entrance exams of SSC MTS or SSC CHSL after 10 or 12 pass from any recognized board. In the wake of having passed through their 12 exams, students either join the college for the degree of BA, B.Sc, B.Com or join proficient degree coarse in college or different institutes, here it is our pleasure to pass on to you that in the event that you are going to plan to join simple B.A, B.Sc or B.Com degree, you should attempt SSC  MTS or SSC CHSL entrance exams.

The age limit for both of the entrance exams SSC MTS and SSC CHSL is 18 – 25 years, in the event that you start your continued preparation and have maths and typing skills, computer knowledge, and writing abilities in English or Hindi is alright, have good learning power, persistent, target-oriented quality, then your proceeded endeavors certainly will make you to crack the SSC MTS or SSC CHSL entrance exam. On the off chance that you don’t qualify the selection test of SSC MTS or  SSC  CHSL within your graduation period at that point don’t frustrate at the last year of graduation then you become eligible for applying to SSC CGL entrance exam too.

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Here we intended to state don’t lose your core interest. On the off chance that your preparation of the test is to proceed with the probability of passing the test would be expanding step by step and one day this probability becomes 1 it is a simple maths since most extreme competitors who began the preparation with you either might have qualified the exam or a large number of them joined different services or some of them may have been frustrated and halted to show up in the test, so your chances of passing through the selection test of SSC MTS or SSC CHSL are on multiple times higher than the first occasion when you appeared up first in selection tests.

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What are SSC MTS, SSC CHSL and SSC CGL ?

SSC is the commission organized by the Indian government whose responsibility is to recruit the candidates for the placements in the different post of government jobs, SSC conducts three types of following entrance examinations.

1- SSC MTS- Staff Selection Commission: Multi Tasking Staff

2-SSC CHSL-  Staff Selection Commission: Combined Higher Secondary Level

3-SSC CGL- Staff Selection Commission: Combined Graduate Level

SSC MTS. Staff Selection Commission: Multi Tasking Staff- This is an entrance exam for the selection of different kinds of jobs of class C level for fulfilling the vacant jobs under the central government.

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for the entrance exam of SSC MTS is x th pass from a recognized university or board.

The pattern of entrance exam

Mode of Application – Online

Paper 1: Time duration 90 minutes, Mode of exam- Online

Type of questions. 100 MCQ’S

General intelligence-25

General awareness – 25

General English -25

Numerical aptitude – 25

Paper 2: Time duration of 30 minutes, Mode of  exam -Offline

Type of questions– Descriptive, number of questions-1 either a letter or a short essay

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SSC CHSL  Staff Selection Commission: Combined Higher Secondary Level- This is an entrance exam for the selection of different kinds of clerical jobs and data entry operators of class B level for fulfilling the vacant jobs under the central government.

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for the entrance exam of SSC CHSL is XII  th pass from a recognized university or board.

Mode of Application – Online

The pattern of entrance exam

Paper 1: Time duration 60 minutes, Mode of exam- Online

Type of questions. 100 MCQ’S

General intelligence-25

General awareness – 25

General English -25

Numerical aptitude – 25

Paper 2: Time duration of 60 minutes,  Mode of  exam -Offline

Type of questions- Descriptive, number of questions-2,   Letter, article or essay

Mode of exam – Offline

Paper 3: It is a skill/typing-based test and qualifying in nature

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