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The Staff Selection Commission has published the recruitment notification date for the SSC Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) 2021 on 5th February 2021. If you want to get appointed as an SSC MTS, you need to know the rigorous SSC MTS selection process for the year 2021. Apart from this, make sure that you meet the eligibility criteria that are requisite for a Multi Tasking Staff in SSC to appear for the selection procedure. Before applying, have a look at the SSC MTS Posts list discussed in this article. Additionally, also check out the job profile and salary scale of the posts.
SSC MTS is one of the most coveted exams in India for 10th (matriculation) passed candidates. Staff Selection Commission provides handsome salaries, career growth opportunities, and job security. Securing a job in the Staff Selection Commission is considered a big deal.
SSC MTS Posts List 2021
Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) is a C’ cadre position created per the 6th CPC recommendation. Group D posts such as peon, daftary, farash, jamadar, junior Gestetner operator, chowkidar, safaiwala etc., were clubbed together recently & henceforth will be called MTS. The various posts that come under the SSC MTS Posts List are
Job Description of the SSC MTS
The government has set a few job description that is to be followed by the Multi Tasking Staff of the Staff Selection Commission. Mentioned below are a few of them that candidates can make a note of.
1) Physical maintenance of files and records of the section you are posted in.
2) General cleanliness and maintenance of the section/ unit.
3) Opening & closing of all the rooms.
4) Cleaning of the rooms.
5) Dusting and cleaning of furniture.
6) Photocopying, scanning, sending of FAX etc.
7) Other non-clerical work in the Section/ Unit.
8)Carrying of files, records & other papers within the building.
9)Assisting in routine office work like a diary, despatch etc including on computer.
10) Watch and ward duties.
11) Work related to the staff’s ITI qualifications, if it exists.
14) Driving of vehicles, if in possession of a valid driving license.
15) Cleaning of building, maintenance and fixtures etc.
16)Servicing and maintenance of parks, lawns, potted plants etc.
17) Delivery of dak outside the building.
18) All other work assigned by the superior authority.
SSC MTS Career Growth 2020-21
The employees will be offered various types of increments under the pay matrix like the promotional and annual increments. Employees will have to attend departmental exams in order to get promoted to LDC. In case the employees do not write the exam, after 5-6 years he/she will be promoted as LD Clerk. SSC MTS offers lucrative career development for the employees.
All those candidates who are applying for SSC MTS recruitment have one question in mind about what the take-home salary of multi-tasking staff (MTS) is.
Multi-Tasking Staff post is a general central service group ‘C’ non-gazetted, non-ministerial post that falls under Pay band-1 (Rs 5200 – Rs 20,200) + Grade Pay of Rs 1800.
The take-home salary of MTS ranges approximately between Rs.18,000 – Rs 22,000 /month. Since MTS staff are posted in different depts & states, the salary could vary a little based on location, allowances etc.
SSC MTS Post Details 2020-21: SSC MTS Regions
The different SSC MTS regions and the states under them are mentioned hereunder:
|SSC Region||States Under the Region|
|Northern Region (NR)||Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttarakhand|
|Eastern Region (ER)||West Bengal, Orissa, Jharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkim|
|Karnataka Region (KKR)||Karnataka, Kerela|
|Southern Region (SR)||Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu|
|North Eastern Region (NER)||Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram|
|Western Region (WR)||Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa|
|Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR)||Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh|
|Central Region (CR)||Uttar Pradesh, Bihar|
|North Western Region (NWR)||Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh|
SSC MTS Posts List 2020-21: Region-wise SSC MTS Websites
The SSC MTS regional websites are mentioned in the table below:
|SSC Region||Official Website|
|Northern Region (NR)||sscnr.net.in|
|Eastern Region (ER)||sscer.org|
|Karnataka Region (KKR)||ssckkr.kar.nic.in|
|Southern Region (SR)||sscsr.gov.in|
|North Eastern Region (NER)||sscner.org.in|
|Western Region (WR)||sscwr.net|
|Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR)||sscmpr.org|
|Central Region (CR)||ssc-cr.org|
|North Western Region (NWR)||sscnwr.org|
The duties of multi-tasking staff in govt offices are entirely different from the job profile of white-collar officers/clerks in banks or any other central govt post. Therefore comparing MTS with these sectors are just a waste of time.
While the minimum education to become an MTS is only an std.10 exam pass, candidates with BE/ Btech/ MBA degree may find it cumbersome to work as MTS considering the type of duties they need to do every day, such as carrying files, taking photocopies, dusting furniture etc.
But if you feel okay and have no problem performing the above-mentioned duties, then you can move ahead and apply for the post.
So whatever be the job, know everything about it in advance, decide for yourself & be ready to transform to the situations.