MTS exam paper leaked, SSC to conduct test again for select candidates

A paper to select junior staff in central government departments was leaked today prompting the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to order re-examination of the test for select candidates only.

Published: 01st May 2017 12:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st May 2017 12:57 AM   |  A+A-

By PTI

NEW DELHI: A paper to select junior staff in central government departments was leaked today prompting the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to order re-examination of the test for select candidates only.     

Due to a very large number of applications, the SSC is conducting tests daily in shifts-- morning and afternoon--to select the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS).     

The SSC has taken a decision to cancel the Paper-I (afternoon shift) of the MTS (Non-Technical) Examination, 2016 held on April 30, 2017, because the said paper was found to be compromised, a release issued by the Personnel Ministry said.     

The re-examination for only those candidates who appeared in this shift will be held in due course and they would be suitably informed accordingly, it said.

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