January 17, 2021 3:41 pm
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Download MTS Admit Card 2017 for all regions; Here’s how

SSC MTS admit card 2017 for all the regions have been released and it is now available for download at the official website of the respective regions.

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MTS admit card 2017 for all the regions have been released and it is now available for download at the official website of the respective regions. The candidates who have applied for Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff (Tier-I) 2016 exam can go to the regional websites to download their SSC MTS admit card 2017.

To ensure smooth experience to candidates, SSC has released the admit card in phase manner. First the admit card for three regions – Eastern Region (Kolkata), Western region (Mumbai) and Madhya Pradesh regions were  released. Then five more regions – North Western region Chandigarh, Karnataka Kerala region, Southern region, North Eastern region and Central region admit card were released. Today, it has released the admit card for Northern regions. Now, all the admit cards have been released.

Steps to download SSC MTS Admit Card 2017

To download, either the candidates can go to the regional website directly or they can go to ssc.nic.in. On the home, in top menu bar, there is link for Admit Card. Once, a candidate click over it, they are redirected to a page having the details off regional SSC website and key personals. After clicking over the regional link candidate will be redirected to the regional website and there they can download admit card.

  • To download SSC MTS admit card 2017, candidates should go to the ssc.nic.in.
  • Click on the admit card option in the top navigation bar on the home page.
  • After that, they will be redirected to page with details of regional SSC website link.
  • Click on your region and download SSC MTS admit card 2017.

Alternatively, candidates can directly download it from following links:

Kerala Karnataka Region
Southern Region
North Eastern Region
Western Region
Madhya Pradesh Region
Central Region
North Western Region
Northern Region

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