Prayagraj [राज्य ब्यूरो], Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the Paper 2 examination of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) 2020 on Sunday in pen paper mode at 43 examination centers in Prayagraj. In this, a salwar was caught at Bishop Johnson Inter College Katra Prayagraj Center. A total of 55.17 percent of the examinees took the exam. In this way about 45 percent have passed the exam.

Paper 2 exam of MTS 2020 was conducted between 11 am to 11:30 am. According to Rahul Sachan, director of SSC Central Zone, legal action is being taken against Salwar Neeraj Tiwari of Teliarganj, who was caught while giving examination in place of Ankit Sharma, a candidate at Bishop Johnson Inter College Center, at Colonelganj police station. Apart from this, the examination was conducted peacefully at other centers. A total of 17,044 candidates were registered in the Central Zone for the examination, out of which 9,403 candidates appeared.

Successful candidates in MTS Paper-I were called to appear in Paper-II. Paper-2 is only qualifying. In Paper-2, the unreserved category will have to secure 40 percent and the reserved category will have to secure 35 percent marks. Final merit list will be prepared on the basis of normalized score in Paper-1. If there is a tie between two candidates in this merit, then the marks of Paper-2 will be seen. After Paper-2, the next stage will be document verification.

Caught Salwar of Bihar, the deal was in 20 thousand: The alleged salwar Neeraj Tiwari, who was caught in the SSC’s Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) examination on Sunday, is originally a resident of Simri in Buxar district of Bihar. He used to prepare for competitive exams in Teliarganj. Police is searching for his partner Vipin Singh. Colonelganj police told after interrogation that Vipin had made Neeraj ready to take the exam in place of another for 20 thousand rupees. Inspector Colonelganj Vishwajit Singh says that on the basis of the information received in the interrogation of Neeraj, on the basis of which other people are being searched.

Edited By: Umesh Tiwari