SSC MTS Paper 2 Admit Card 2022 : Check Here!

Safalta Expert Published by: Saksham Chauhan Updated Fri, 28 Oct 2022 12:04 AM IST

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Admit cards for the Western, Madhya Pradesh and North East regions have been released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC). SSC MTS Paper 2 will be administered nationwide on November 6, 2022. Candidates who passed the SSCMTS Paper 1 Exam can access the websites to download their admit cards.

The Western Region (WR), Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR), and North East Region (NER) admit cards have been posted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on the websites sscwr.net, sscmpr.org, and sscner.org.in, respectively. Candidates who passed the SSC MTS Paper 1 Exam can access the websites to download their SSC MTS 2 Admit Card. SSC MTS Paper 2 will be administered nationwide on November 6, 2022, according to the commission. Candidates should be aware that in due course, the SSC MTS Paper 2 Admit Card Link will also be made available on the other regional websites, including SSC NR, SSC SR, SSC KKR, SSC MPR, SSC ER, and SSC CR. Check here : Free E-Books : Download PDF On Most Important GK Topics! 

How Do I Download the 2022 SSC MTS Paper 2 Admit Card?

  1. Check out the commission's regional website. SSC WR, for Example - sscwr.net
  2. To download your admit card for the 2020 Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination (Tier-II-Descriptive Paper) scheduled for June 11, 2022, click the link provided on the website.
  3. Go ahead and fill out the "Roll No./Registered ID No." and "Date of Birth" or "Name," "Father's Name," and "Date of Birth" fields after reading the provided instructions.
  4. Access the SSC MTS Tier 2 Admit Card here.
Link for SSC WR MTS Paper 2 Download

Candidates will be required to submit a brief essay or letter in either English or any other language included in the Constitution's eighth schedule.

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The descriptive exam has a 50-point maximum score. It should take 30 minutes to finish the test. SSC is holding the exam to fill 7301 positions for Havaldar Pots and Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff.

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