SSC MTS, Havaldar tier 1 result 2021 announced on ssc.nic.in. Check your qualification status here.
Results for SSC MTS, Havaldar Tier 1 in 2021: The results of the 2021 Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff and Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) test were released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) on Friday. On ssc.nic.in, candidates who took these exams can review details.
The commission has announced that a total of 44,590 MTS and 24,570 Havaldar candidates have been selected for the PET/PST and tier 2 exams. Along with the results, the commission also released cut-off scores broken down by state and category.
The exam was held from July 5 to 26 in multiple shifts across the country. Since the exam was held in different dates and timings, the commission has normalised candidates’ scores to arrive at final results.
Further, to resolve ties in normalised scores of two or more candidates, the commission has used the following method:
(i) Candidate with higher marks in Part-IV (General Awareness) of CBE gets preference.
(ii) Date of birth i.e. the candidate older in age gets preference.
(iii) Alphabetical order of the names.
“Paper-II (Descriptive Paper) is tentatively scheduled on 06.11.2022. The schedule of PET/PST for the posts of Havaldar will be available on the website of the Commission in due course. The Admission Certificates of the qualified candidates will be uploaded on the websites of the respective Regional Offices of the Commission about a week before the date of examination. However, the candidates, who are unable to download their Admission Certificate, may contact the Regional Office concerned, immediately. The responsibility of ensuring the download of the Admission Certificate is solely on the candidates,” an official statement said.
“The Answer Keys have been thoroughly reviewed, and where appropriate, the Answer Keys have been amended in response to the applicants’ representations. For evaluation, the final Answer Keys have been used. On October 17, 2022, final answer keys will be posted on the Commission’s website, it was said.
Candidates’ individual scorecards will be available on the commission’s website from October 17 to November 6.