SSC MTS, Havaldar results 2023 declared; Check steps to download

The Staff Selection Commission released the the SSC Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) and Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) examination result 2022 on their official website.

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Staff Selection Commission released the SSC Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) and Havaldar (CBIC & CBN) examination 2022 on the official website. Candidates who appeared for the exams can visit the official webiste of SSC — 

Out of the total students who appeared for the exam, 11,255 candidates qualified for the SSC MTS exam, whereas a total of 195 candidates passed the SSC Havaldar exam. In order to check the SSC MTS, and Havaldar exam result 2023, candidates would require their date of birth and registration number. 

How to download SSC MTS & Havaldar result 2023?

Candidates can take a look at the following steps through which they can download the SSC MTS, Havaldar result 2023

Step 1: Candidates need to visit the SSC official website — 


Step 2: On the homepage, candidates need to locate the notification section 

Step 3: Once located, candidates will be required to look for the SSC MTS and Havaldar result link 

Step 4: Once found, candidates need to click on it 

Step 5: A new window will open wherein candidates need to enter their DOB and registration number 

Step 6: A new pdf will open which will consist of the SSC MTS and Havaldar result 2023 

NOTE: Download the results and keep a printout of the document for future use.

Since the exam conducting body has declared the final result, the allocated department will now begin with the document verification and appointment rounds for those candidates who have qualified for the examination. Meanwhile, a total of 1,198 posts will be filled through the SSC MTS exam. On the other hand, there were 360 positions available for Havaldar in CBIC and CBN combined. 

Before announcing the result, SSC released the SSC MTS and Havaldar answer key on September 17, 2023, and students were given 4 days to raise objections.