SSC MTS Syllabus
SSC MTS is a national-level exam held for the recruitment of multi-tasking staff, a General Group-C Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial post in various ministries, departments, and offices of the Government of India.
The governing body has established various guidelines related to the SSC MTS exam syllabus. SSC MTS exam is divided into two parts: Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates who wish to appear in this exam should be familiar with the topics on which questions will be asked in the paper. It will help them in their preparation.
The details regarding the syllabus for SSC MTS Paper-I and Paper-II are mentioned below:
- Questions on “General intelligence and Reasoning” will be non-verbal because of the functions associated with this post
- Questions on General English and Numerical Aptitude will be of a basic level that an average matriculate can answer comfortably
- Questions on General Awareness will also be of a basic level
Candidates’ knowledge of the fundamentals of the English language, such as grammar, vocabulary, synonyms, sentence structure, antonyms, and their proper usage, and their writing abilities would be tested.
General Intelligence and Reasoning
The General Intelligence and Reasoning paper will include non-verbal-type questions. The questions will be based on the following topics:
- Arithmetical number series
- Similarities and Differences
- Discriminating observation
- Relationship concepts
- Space visualisation
- Decision making
- Visual memory
- Figure classification
- Non-verbal series
There will be questions to examine the candidate’s ability to deal with abstract ideas and symbols, their relationships, and arithmetical computation and other analytical functions.
The Numerical Aptitude paper will include questions related to the following topics:
- Decimals and Fractions and the relationship between Numbers
- Use of Tables and Graphs
- Number Systems
- Ratio and Proportion
- Time and Work
- Computation of Whole Numbers
- Fundamental arithmetical operations
- Time and Distance
- Ratio and Time
- Profit and Loss
The questions will be designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to assess their knowledge of current events. The exam will also include questions related to India and its neighbouring countries pertaining to:
- Scientific Research
- General Polity (including the Indian Constitution)
- Economic scene
There will be no Maps/ Graphs/ Diagrams/ Statistical Data in the Paper for VH candidates who have a visual disability of 40% or more.
The Paper shall be set in Hindi, English, and other languages included in Schedule 8 of the constitution to assess basic language skills in accordance with the educational requirements prescribed for the post. Candidates will have to write one short essay/ letter.