The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released a fresh list that contains 9,551 additional candidates who have qualified the Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination (MTS). These candidates were reportedly declared pass after SSC found discrepancies in the earlier declaration of scores. The SSC MTS Paper I 2019 result was announced on November 5, 2019. The list of additional shortlisted candidates was released on the official website of SSC; ssc.nic.in. All those who have participated in the exam are advised to go through the commission’s site once again and find out if they had qualified for Paper-II MTS exam.
During the declaration of SSC MTS Paper 1 2019 result, a total of 1,11,162 candidates were qualified for the next stage exam. According to the official notification published at the SSC's website, the commission identified discrepancies in the following:
- Ex-servicemen candidates eligible for reservation were not considered for selection under ex-servicemen category.
- EWS candidates qualifying at the UR standards have been selected in EWS category whereas they were eligible for selection in UR category.
- The commission has clarified that the candidates shortlisted against the age-group of 18-27 years will also be considered for selection in the age-group of 18-25 years and vice versa in the final result depending upon the age, merit and preference of the candidates.
- Besides, the ex-servicemen candidates who have already joined civil posts by availing benefit of reservation for ex-servicemen will not be eligible for the posts reserved for ex-servicemen according to the provisions of the Notice of Examination.
Hence, corrective measures were taken, and it was found that 9,551 additional candidates are eligible for appearing in the Paper-II for MTS 2019 exam, which is scheduled on November 24, 2019. Candidates can check the detailed notification by clicking here. All the shortlisted candidates are eligible to appear in the second stage of the recruitment process for SSC MTS.