Apply for 7th Pay Commission jobs online, check SSC Havaldar recruitment 2022 details

    7th Pay Commission jobs: Applications invited from class 10 passed candidates in SSC Havaldar 2022 recruitment drive.

    SSC Havaldar recruitment 2022: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has invited application notification for Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) and Multi-Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff (MTS) Examination 2022 at SSC Havaldar 2022 notification has been rolled out, Notably salary will be offered as per 7th Pay Commission (7th CPC) system. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online for SSC MTS and Havaldar exam 2022 on the official website on or before April 30. It must be noted that the SSC MTS and Havaldar exam 2021 application form includes two stages – Registration for new users and filling up the application. Candidates who have already registered for SSC exams are just required to login to the portal and fill in the respective application form.

    The SSC MTS (Tier-I) computer-based examination is likely to be held in July at multiple centres across the country. As many as 3603 vacancies are announced for Havaldar in CBIC and CBN while the number of vacancies for MTS is yet to be revealed. Check out all the details of SSC MTS and Havaldar recruitment 2021 and how to apply here

    SSC MTS and Havaldar exam 2021: 7th Pay Commission Pay level

    The selected candidates will get salary as per the level 1 in 7th Pay Commission pay matrix.

    SSC MTS and Havaldar exam 2021: Eligibility criteria

    Age Limit: The age limit for MTS and Havaldar in CBN (Department of Revenue) is 18 to 25 years. However, for Havaldar in CBIC (Department of Revenue) and a few posts of MTS the upper age limit is 27 while the minimum age should be above 18.

    Educational Qualification: Candidates applying for the SSC MTS 2021 examination must have passed Class 10 or or equivalent from a recognised board of education.

    SSC MTS and Havaldar exam 2021: Selection process

    The SSC MTS and Havaldar examination includes a computer based test (Paper-I), followed by a Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST) (only for the post of Havaldar) and a descriptive paper (Paper-II). Read the detailed advertisement here

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