SSC MTS Cut Off 2020

The SSC MTS Cut Off for Paper I and Paper II is released by the SSC stage-wise and category-wise along with the declaration of MTS results. The Staff Selection Commission published the result and SSC MTS cut off on its official website. 

Similarly, the commission releases the result for other SSC Exams as well, details can be found on the given link.

SSC MTS cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates have to obtain if they want to be eligible for the next stage of the exam. The SSC MTS cut off can be checked by logging to the registered account using the registration ID and password like the way it is done to check the result.

This article will provide the detailed information on the SSC MTS cut off, expected and previous years, minimum qualifying marks for MTS exam and more.  Candidates willing to check the SSC Cut Off for other examinations conducted by the commission can visit the given link. 

The recruitment for SSC MTS 2020 is yet to start, hence the information for SSC MTS cut off 2020 is not known. For information on the SSC MTS Exam check the linked page. 

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SSC MTS Cut Off 2019 -2020

The SSC MTS Paper-II 2019 was conducted on 24th November 2019 but the results for the same are yet to be declared and so is the cut off marks.

As per the latest update, the Staff Selection Commission has announced that the result for MTS Paper-II 2019 can be released on October 31st 2020. Hence, candidates can expect the Multitasking Staff cut off 2019 paper II to be released soon. Keep track of SSC MTS Result for updates.

The result for Tier II was supposed to be declared on April 30th 2020, which was delayed due to lockdown in the whole country. SSC MTS Tier II cut off will decide the qualification of the candidate for appearing in the document verification process. 

The Staff Selection Commission released the SSC MTS cut off for tier I exam 2019 on November 5th. The examination for tier I was conducted from 2nd to 22nd August 2019.

The category-wise breakup of candidates provisionally shortlisted for appearing in Paper-II on the basis of their performance in the Paper-I are given in the MTS cut off list. Candidates can go through the detailed SSC MTS cut off 2019 tier I given below.

SSC MTS Cut Off 2019
Categories Candidates (Age Group 18 – 25 Years)
SC 5850 
ST 6630 
OBC 23370 
EWS 6420
UR 38955* 
Ex-SM 238
OH 1095
HH 1020 
VH 885 
PwD 315 
Total 84778

*Includes 2498 SC, 601 ST, 18381 OBC and 2272 EWS candidates provisionally qualified at UR standard.

This table highlights the SSC MTS Cut off Tier I 2019 for candidates of age group 18 to 27 years:

SSC MTS Cut Off 2019
Categories Candidates (Age Group 18 – 27 Years)
SC 1905 
ST 2130 
OBC 7410 
EWS 2040 
UR 11775* 
Ex-SM 44 
OH 405 
HH 300
VH 270 
PwD 105 
Total 26384

*Includes 788 SC, 174 ST, 3551 OBC and 957 EWS candidates provisionally qualified at UR standard. 

For detailed SSC MTS cut off tier I 2019 candidates can check the PDF given below:

SSC MTS Cut Off 2019 PDF – Download PDF Here

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SSC MTS Previous Years’ Cut Off

Knowing previous year cut off is important as it helps candidates in strategizing their SSC preparation for MTS examination accordingly. 

The SSC MTS cut off for the year 2017 and 2016 are given below for candidates reference.

SSC MTS Cut off Marks 2017

The cut-off marks for SSC MTS Paper-II of 2017-2018 exam was declared by the Commission on February 21st 2018. The minimum qualifying marks decided by SSC for paper II was:

  • 17.5 i.e. 35% for Unreserved category
  • 16.5 i.e. 33% for all other reserved

Go through the list of candidates made it to final selection against the announced vacancies-

SSC MTS Final Cut Off 2017  
Category Number of Vacancies Candidates
SC 841 841
ST 769 769
OBC 3291 3291
UR 5773 5773
Total 10674 10674

SSC MTS Cut Off 2016

Candidates can check the SSC MTS previous year cut off marks in the table given below:

SSC MTS Cut Off 2016
States SC ST OBC Ex. Service UR
Daman & Dio and Goa 45-50 45-48 40-45 44-49 55-60
Rajasthan 100-105 100-105 90-95 95-100 112-117
Maharashtra 75-80 55-60 65-70 45-50 80-85
Bihar 75-78 60-64 75-82 45-50 85-95
Uttar Pradesh 55-60 60-65 85-90 50-55 100-105
Uttarakhand 80-85 80-83 80-85 75-80 85-90
Gujarat & Nagar Haveli 55-60 50-55 40-45 40-45 60-65
Delhi 90-94 65-70 85-90 40-45 90-95

The table below highlights the candidates available in each category based on the SSC MTS cut off for 2016-2017 exam.

SSC MTS Cut Off Marks
Categories Cut Off Candidates Available
SC 110.50 12210
ST 87.00 10928
OBC 101.0 45420
Ex-SM 49.50 2704
UR 110.50 83427*
OH 93.00 2386
HH 49.50 916
VH 76.0 1191
Total 159182

* 8405 SC, 2017 ST, 44683 OBC candidates have qualified at UR standard

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SSC MTS Expected Cut Off

Candidates willing to appear for SSC MTS 2020 must know that they have to attain the minimum score i.e. the minimum SSC MTS cut off marks decided by the Commission in Paper I of MTS exam. Only, then they will be called for the next process.

The expected SSC MTS cut-off is as given below:

Expected SSC MTS Cut Off (category-wise)
Category Expected Cut-Off SSC MTS (Out of 50)
SC/ST 35/32
Ex.Servicemen 31
EWS 39
OBC 38
Unreserved  40

SSC MTS Cut Off Deciding Factors

SSC MTS Cut Off is the minimum qualifying marks that are mandatory for candidates to obtain in order to appear for the next round and clear the examination.  The SSC MTS Cut Off marks are decided based on certain factors. 

Factors affecting SSC MTS Cut Off Marks

The cutoff marks for SSC MTS result is decided by the commission. The SSC decides the SSC MTS cut off based on certain factors. These factors are given below:

  1. The difficulty level of the SSC MTS question paper
  2. Total number of candidates appeared in SSC MTS examination
  3. SSC MTS previous cut off trends
  4. Average marks scored by candidates
  5. A total number of SSC MTS vacancy offered by the officials

Candidates can check relevant links for the details on the next recruitment of Multitasking Staff examination:

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