April 17, 2021 7:05 pm

SSC MTS 2017: Now, Staff Selection Commission publishes Abhishek Bachchan’s pic on MTS admit card

After SSC MTS 2017 paper leak episode of April 30, the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has now published an admit card with the actor Abhishek Bachchan’s name and photograph

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After rubbing it shoulder with the MTS 2017 paper leak episode of April 30, the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is again in the news for wrong reasons. According to the reports, an admit card with the Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan’s name and photograph was published on the official website of SSC for taking multi-tasking (non-technical) staff examination.

After the news went viral, many on the social media started asking “Is Abhishek Bachchan finally ditching his Bollywood career to join the central government as a junior-level staffer?”

Bachchan, however, did not appear for the test held in Jaipur on April 30. The SSC has not only officially given any clarification on the matter, however an official told reporter that it was possibly a prank played by someone who is yet to be identified and commission is looking into the case.

Earlier, SSC had to cancel MTS 2017 of afternoon shift of April 30, due to MTS Paper Leak.

Due to large number of applications, SSC MTS exams are being held in two shifts – morning and evening. According to reports, more than 70 lakh candidates have registered for SSC MTS Examination 2017.

selecting the select junior staff in central government departments MTS exams are conducted. After a long time, due to Supreme Court direction, these exams were announced.

This is not the first time that incorrect details or wrong photo is published on admit card. A girl from Bihar who was appearing for the Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) intermediate level examination on February 26 had found a topless celebrity picture in her admit card.

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