SSC MTS 2017 Exam Cancelled, Re-Scheduled Due To Paper Leak | Check New Exam Date.
Cancelling the SSC MTS Exam 2017 : MTS Examination 2017 conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) due to paper leak, lakhs of aspiring candidates are bearing the brunt of the unscrupulous act carried out by a few miscreants.
Awaiting the new dates to be released in terms of SSC MTS Re-Scheduling the exam as a consequence of the paper leak of the SSC MTS 2017 exam, the candidates are in a thick soup as their future seems absurd and dicey.
SSC MTS 2017 Exam Re-scheduling
The famous SSC MTS 2017 after suffering a leak this year and being compromised by some unscrupulous elements of the society have put forth the careers and future of around 60 lacs candidates in thick soup. Though, the SSC MTS 2017 is already been cancelled due to the reasons cited above, the re-scheduling date needs an official notification which is eagerly awaited by all.
Though the finalisation date requires a notification it is believed that it is going to be held in the month of October 2017. The tentative dates are being worked out in September or October 2017 for the SSC MTS exam whose result in 2017 would consequently get delayed. Fresh admit cards and roll numbers might be released and one is advised to keep a tab on the official website of SSC so as to keep yourselves updated about the latest notifications that would be released via their online web portal.
SSC MTS 2017 whose 8300 posts needed to be recruited putting careers of 6 million candidates at stake is such a disgrace to the nation. Such exam leaks, cancellations and re-scheduling genuinely test the patience of everyone, those who conduct and those who aspire!
SSC MTS 2017 Exam Cancellation
- Cancellation though did not happen due to change in the examination form from OMR to CBT
- SSC MTS 2017 witnessed cancellation due to exam leak that occurred due in the first two sessions
- The authorities decided to cancel the first session of the exam after finding it being compromised
- The recruitment was being done for hiring junior level staff in the central gov. departments