What will the salary of an SSC MTS be after 5 years?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Charles Jenkins



What will the salary of an SSC MTS be after 5 years?

It may vary from department to department. Some offer a quick promotion, while others do not. Depending on the annual increase and promotion, you can expect a salary of up to 35k after 5 years.

It all depends on the department you get. In my department one wing of the CGDA promotion is very good. After 3 years of your service, you will be allowed to take the Departmental Exam for Auditor (paid grade-2800). Yes, here it is ok, CGDA made a new rule that MT graduates and the secretary will appear for the Auditor exam. Previously, only the secretary could give this exam. So from grade 1800 pay to grade 2800 pay directly and again after 2 years of service, you will be allowed to take the SAS exam for grade AAO -4800 pay. So in a maximum of 5-7 years, you can become AAO if you pass these exams. But this is not for all d

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It all depends on the department you get. In my department one wing of the CGDA promotion is very good. After 3 years of your service, you will be allowed to take the Departmental Exam for Auditor (paid grade-2800). Yes, here it is ok, CGDA made a new rule that MT graduates and the secretary will appear for the Auditor exam. Previously, only the secretary could give this exam. So, from grade 1800 pay to grade 2800 pay directly and again after 2 years of service, you will be allowed to take the SAS exam for grade AAO -4800 pay. So in a maximum of 5-7 years, you can become AAO if you pass these exams. But this is not for all departments, only the CgDA and CAG department has such a promotion and the income tax department is also very good.

If you just passed graduation and are unemployed and desperately in need of a job, pick this one up and get ready for cgl or other state pc exams. Even obtaining TM is not easy, as the spectrum of unemployment has become high and the competition is getting tougher every day. There is not much difference between the employee salary structure and Mts.

In ssc mts 2016 around 20-25% of the selected students are those who have passed ssc cgl 2017 where they are awaiting a court order and some others have been selected in ssc cpo 2017. They will serve as mts until they join their respective departments . 25-30% are those who are missing the limit by low margins and are the ones who are preparing hard for other exams, since no one wants to be MTS when they graduate. It just relieves you of the mental pressure and if you can't make it to other exams. outdoor exams, then you will surely have to wait 3-4 years for the promotion to the auditor degree.

One of my distant friends who joined as Mts in our lot but in another department (archeology department) but then he was selected in the intelligence bureau (pay grade 4600, salary around 65k) which took place last year . Others also who have joined as MT have joined as asst engg in civil engg in bihar. there are many more examples like this. Few in my department have missed their banking exams by less than 1 point and cannot afford to show up for another year preparing at home. Don't think that what people will think of as leg shooters are those who have jobs for compensation, but again, many who are well educated will always motivate you as they know the current scenario.

Even myself a btech graduate (engg mechanic -2016 passout) rated the door 61 points and I missed the Ssc JE 2016 final merit list by 2 points and couldn't get past the Ssc je 2017 pre due to some health issue . My brother had filled out this form a few months ago for me (knowing it was a C group job) and he didn't exactly know the job profile. But in the end, when I was unable to qualify for 2017 ssc je pre, I was left with no choice but to join as MT as I was hoping that I could get a decent job based on my qualification. It was better to join in and prepare for cgl or another exam rather than sitting at home and I just needed a little more effort to work on my weakness plus a regular checkup. If you prepare and do not lose hope, you will surely succeed.

If you want to join MTS, join but don't settle as it is not your qualification job and you are not working day and night for the meager 30k. And keep in mind, it is not easy these days to even get MT as long as the students are the same as taking the cgl or banking exam, they are just missing by a few margins. … It is all your decision and I know 10-15 students who are getting over 450 grades in cgl 2017 and have joined as MTS. look at the spectrum of unemployment instead of calling it disguised employment (underemployment).

2-job profile- I do computer work here daily the letters of the pensioners. It is an auditor-level job. My AAO section said that you should prepare for the outside, it is good if you make it, if not then this departmental exam is always here and you are lucky to come here. You must wait 3 years for the auditor exam. The job profile depends on the department officials. For group D work, CASUAL workers are hired from outside and you don't have to worry about that. I can't say for other departments If you are a btech graduate and your department doesn't facilitate such a smooth promotion (like AAO in 3-5 years), then I don't think you should join that department and work on your skills and join a job private. of your core of interest.

CGDA made graduate secretary and mts to write the auditor exam. The exam took place on Aug 20, 2018 and across India in cgda wing 90% have passed this exam. So departmental exams are not a big deal for you, but you will have to put in a bit of effort for the SAS exam, since departmental books are not fun to learn. They are more like stories.

I am currently preparing for the railroad je exam; otherwise, starting next year I will be preparing for the PCS exam. I do not take bank exams.

The CGDa and CAG departments are based in Delhi and have wings in every state. CGDA conducts departmental exams at the same time for all its wings. Therefore, you can give preference to any state on the form, since ssc does not ask for department preference, so it depends purely on your luck whether you enter this department or not. Similarly, the Cag department also has its branches in every state, which is called the AG office (accounting and general). Income tax, excise duties and others also have very good prospects.

EDIT- Some wonder if it's good for girls / respectable. Okay, let me tell you, this post is more likely to be an office worker job for girls as they get a desk / sit / work job. now respectable? you wonder for yourself if you just want to become an MTS or more ... On behalf of the central government, yes, it is respectable and even the people who work there know the current scenario and also know that you are more qualified than them, so yes , you will be respected, but again, your post will matter. If you are selected somewhere, you will be inspiration to others and a lot of people in the department will speak highly of you. If not, departmental exams are always there and you can easily break and go to a much better position. than the old man who works there. If you are unemployed and do not want a private job, then take this, do not think about others. By the way ,

IF, unfortunately, you are brought into a department where promotion is slow or there is no promotion (like 8-10 years from mts to secretary), then you should look for a private job if it is btech or any good title. Since you don't want to be stuck with 30k a month. Whoever sees that he also has no prospects in the private field, then he should join him, since it is much better than unemployment ... But if, fortunately, he is above any department, he should do it whenever he wants to. only government. job.

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No. of Candidate who filled out the form: 70,00,000

No. of candidates appeared at level 1: 20,00,000

No. of candidates appeared in Level 2: 1.43,000

Shortlisted candidate for document verification: 25,511

Final selection: 10.302

The MTS exam can be easy, but the competition is very high.

Now let me tell you why I don't consider MTS to be a bad job for the engineer.

I was selected at MTS a few days ago and I am kind of a half engineer. I am a dropout from NIT Jaipur, I had 2 consecutive years back after the first year so I decided to drop out and opted for BA. They all said it was a very bad choice on my part.

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No. of Candidate who filled out the form: 70,00,000

No. of candidates appeared at level 1: 20,00,000

No. of candidates appeared in Level 2: 1.43,000

Shortlisted candidate for document verification: 25,511

Final selection: 10.302

The MTS exam can be easy, but the competition is very high.

Now let me tell you why I don't consider MTS to be a bad job for the engineer.

I was selected at MTS a few days ago and I am kind of a half engineer. I am a dropout from NIT Jaipur, I had 2 consecutive years back after the first year so I decided to drop out and opted for BA. well, it could be, I don't know.

But the fact is that I am much happier with BA than ever with Engineering. Right now I am in 2nd year of BA

I had taken a loan from the Engineering Bank and I still own the banks Rs. 300,000, I still haven't paid a single installment.

Instead I was unable to get my home state, I was selected for Pondicherry which is a 38 hour train ride. MTS's salary is around 20,000 a month. With this salary I cannot afford to live 2,500 km from my home. After all the expenses, I don't think I can afford any term on the loan.

Now, if I were stationed in my hometown, the case would be different. You would have saved some money and could save some money for the Loan.

Raj. Govt. announced 11,000 recruits for LDC this year, so given the puzzling situation, I decided not to go for MTS because I'm pretty sure that if I can crack MTS, I would surely break this LDC exam.

All I'm saying is that it depends on the situation you are in and your state of mind.

For me, MTS is a good job, if there were no vacancies, I would have opted for MTS.

Yes, girls can join as MTS after qualifying for the SSC MTS exam. There is absolutely no bar.

Now, the second part of the question. There are many people who mistake MTS for Group D personnel like Peon, Sweeper, etc. But this is a totally wrong perception. In my office (it is a central government office in Delhi), there are currently five MTS, all of whom are doing desk work (lower level clerical work). No MTS engages in manual labor. In Delhi, all manual labor in central government offices has long been outsourced.

In addition, the score from an all-India exam conducted by Sta.

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Yes, girls can join as MTS after qualifying for the SSC MTS exam. There is absolutely no bar.

Now, the second part of the question. There are many people who mistake MTS for Group D personnel like Peon, Sweeper, etc. But this is a totally wrong perception. In my office (it is a central government office in Delhi), there are currently five MTS, all of whom are doing desk work (lower level clerical work). No MTS engages in manual labor. In Delhi, all manual labor in central government offices has long been outsourced.

Additionally, scoring an all-India exam conducted by the Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) brings tremendous satisfaction and mental confidence. This confidence helps many candidates (including female candidates) to perform better and qualify in higher level exams. I have seen many such cases.

Finally, having your own income and having it deposited too regularly in the bank account on the last working day of the month makes women financially autonomous, which contributes greatly to the emancipation of women.

Therefore, if a candidate is selected on the SSC MTS exam (not a mediocre achievement), she must accept the job offered and also start preparing for the higher-level jobs for her own career development in the government sector.

The answer to this question is very subjective. It all depends on the requirements of the candidates. Each year, hundreds of thousands of candidates compete in this exam for between 8 and 9 thousand seats. The MTS exam can be easy, but the competition is very high. And the minimum required qualification is the 10th class, but still, many graduates also apply for this job. If one gets a government job at the age of 18 in one of the central government departments than at home or in a nearby state with a decent starting gross salary of ₹ 30k + in X cities, what more could you ask for? ? You can even request another higher exam if you meet

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The answer to this question is very subjective. It all depends on the requirements of the candidates. Each year, hundreds of thousands of candidates compete in this exam for between 8 and 9 thousand seats. The MTS exam can be easy, but the competition is very high. And the minimum required qualification is the 10th class, but still, many graduates also apply for this job. If one gets a government job at the age of 18 in one of the central government departments than at home or in a nearby state with a decent starting gross salary of ₹ 30k + in X cities, what more could one ask for ? You can even request another higher exam if you meet the job requirements. And if one gets the same job at the age of 25, there will surely be some regrets. Believe me it is not easy to get a job even through MTS. If you join at a young age and have the necessary qualifications and clear departmental exams on time, it can go up to ₹ 4800 or even ₹ 5400. Most people care about their job profile, they just help there in daily work. such as sorting, keeping records, delivering mails, etc.

Most of the time we regret things that we did not do.

The same as that of an untitled MTS.

In my opinion, for the promotional aspects, your higher education will not be of any help. In the department, promotions are based solely on seniority and timely passing of departmental exams.

3-5 years from MTS to the ad server.

3-5 years from HL to TA.

3 years from TA to STA (4200 gp)

8–12 years from STA to ITI. (There is also an SO post by the way), assuming you are a General category candidate.

On another front, I forgot about this MTS post and tried at least TA. MTS is too low-level job for a graduate / graduate. Although, these days, many MTS in the department are hi

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The same as that of an untitled MTS.

In my opinion, for the promotional aspects, your higher education will not be of any help. In the department, promotions are based solely on seniority and timely passing of departmental exams.

3-5 years from MTS to the ad server.

3-5 years from HL to TA.

3 years from TA to STA (4200 gp)

8–12 years from STA to ITI. (There is also an SO post by the way), assuming you are a General category candidate.

On another front, I forgot about this MTS post and tried at least TA. MTS is too low-level job for a graduate / graduate. Although, these days, many MTS in the department are highly skilled. Doing such a mediocre job can hurt your self-esteem ... too, in my opinion.

Ssc mts is a very popular job among young candidates today. As a central government employee, you get all the incentives you want.

MTS's work varies from department to department. The position is sometimes equivalent to that of a cum chaprasi employee.

If you are stationed in a good department and with good superiors, you will only have to do the work of filing and passing files.

Whereas, I know of several MTS who perform the following work in their offices

1. Cleaning office.

2. Serve water / tea to the superintendent, udc, ldc.

3. doing xerox, dak work

4.Take superior luggage

Also, I came across many candidates posted on Archaeo

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Ssc mts is a very popular job among young candidates today. As a central government employee, you get all the incentives you want.

MTS's work varies from department to department. The position is sometimes equivalent to that of a cum chaprasi employee.

If you are stationed in a good department and with good superiors, you will only have to do the work of filing and passing files.

Whereas, I know of several MTS who perform the following work in their offices

1. Cleaning office.

2. Serve water / tea to the superintendent, udc, ldc.

3. doing xerox, dak work

4.Take superior luggage

Also, I came across many candidates posted in the DEPARTMENT of Archaeological Studies of India (ASI), they had to do the following tasks

Monument assistant.

Here, a candidate is placed in tourist places or monuments where he is responsible for

  • Clean the monument daily
  • Guard and guard duties
  • Clean premises and ensure their beauty
  • Cut grass and weeds.
  • Visit the sites and follow orders from superiors.
  • Act as a helper to the superior by serving food, water, tea, when needed.

Not having a job, for job security I gave my exam and passed ... I joined my duties with my khaki shirt and pants. My day usually begins at 9:30 am, where I report to the officer and then clear all assigned office tables. When other officers come to my department, I help them classify files, take files to other departments, attend to their needs and so on. After 2pm, I dust all the cabinets and shelves and organize the files. Then some rest until 3pm unless someone's work is there like a copier. I have to inform my superior ... he assigns me the job of moving files from one department to another

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Not having a job, for job security I gave my exam and passed ... I joined my duties with my khaki shirt and pants. My day usually begins at 9:30 am, where I report to the officer and then clear all assigned office tables. When other officers come to my department, I help them classify files, take files to other departments, attend to their needs and so on. After 2pm, I dust all the cabinets and shelves and organize the files. Then some rest until 3pm unless someone's work is there like a copier. I have to report to my superior ... he assigns me the job of moving files from one department to another ... and the day ends at 6pm with a little cleaning work. government work ... no overtime.

But sometimes you have the feeling that you are treated like a low-level employee, but I enjoy my job.

SSC MTS salary after the 7th pay commission

  • The SSC multi-tasking staff position is Level 1, a non-official, non-ministerial position of the General Central Service Group “C” in various ministries / departments / offices of the Government of India, in different states and territories of the Union.
  • The multitasking staff pay scale follows Pay Band 1 (Rs 5200-20200) + Pay Grade Rs 1800, (Revised Pay Scale after 7th Central Pay Commission.
  • The available salary of SSC MTS ranges from Rs 18,000 to Rs 22,000 per month approximately. Salary may vary slightly based on posting location and applicable assignments in tha
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SSC MTS salary after the 7th pay commission

  • The SSC multi-tasking staff position is Level 1, a non-official, non-ministerial position of the General Central Service Group “C” in various ministries / departments / offices of the Government of India, in different states and territories of the Union.
  • The multitasking staff pay scale follows Pay Band 1 (Rs 5200-20200) + Pay Grade Rs 1800, (Revised Pay Scale after 7th Central Pay Commission.
  • The available salary of SSC MTS ranges from Rs 18,000 to Rs 22,000 per month approximately. Salary may vary slightly depending on the posting location and the applicable assignments at that location.

Parameter —————————- City X- City Y - City Z

Basic payment ——————————— 18000 18000 18000

HRA ————————————— 4320 2880 1440

DA ——————————————— 0 0 0

TA —————————————— 1350 900 900

DA in TA ————————————- 0 0 0

Gross income ————————— 23,670 21,780 20,340

NPS deduction 10% (basic + DA) —1800 1800 1800

CGHS —————————————- 125 125 125

CGEGIS ————————————- 1500 1500 1500

Total deductions ———————— 3425 3425 3425

Net earnings (disposable salary) —— 20 245 18 355 16 915

You can't expect anything great, but one thing is for sure.

In this rat race of unemployment, you still have a chance to grow at a slower pace ... Central government jobs are the most sought after in India. This job is the lowest with 1800 GP that SSC offers, but if you are unemployed and want to study later. is the good opportunity for you.

Go ahead with a positive mind and secure your seat. The promotions are there but very slow.

All the best.

May success find you.

This is the lowest grade position.

Promotion after three years is not in all departments.

Still, government work is a good thing to start your career with.

Many have achieved more success after joining the MTS position.

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