The Employee’s State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) has released the admit cards for the recruitment of Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) 2022. Candidates who have already applied for the exam can now download the admit cards from the official website – esic.nic.in. To download the admit cards, they will be required to use their registration number or roll number along with their password or date of birth. It must be noted that Phase 1 or preliminary examination is going to be conducted on May 07, 2022. The last date for downloading the admit cards is the same day itself.
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The phase 1 or the preliminary examination is qualifying in nature as the marks scored in this phase will not be counted in the final merit. A total of 100 questions will be asked from four subjects for which a duration of an hour will be given to the candidates. The detailed structure of the test is given in the table below.
|Subject||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50|
Candidates must note that for every incorrect answer, one-fourth of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted. For phase 2, candidates will be shortlisted in the ratio of 1:10, i.e. 10 times the number of vacancies in each category as per their performance in the preliminary exam.
Previous Year Cut-off
ESIC has fixed minimum qualifying marks for each category. Candidates who will secure the minimum qualifying marks in phase 1 or the preliminary exam will be shortlisted for phase 2. Here are the category-wise minimum qualifying marks.
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Marks|
|SC, ST and Ex-Servicemen||35%|
However, the previous year cut-off marks can give some idea about the expected cut-off for 2022. As per sources, the previous year’s ESIC MTS cut-off marks are as follows.
This time, the expected cut-off marks for the UR category are likely to remain within 120-123. For the OBC category, it will be 104-107, SC – 112-115, ST – 70-75. The main examination will be held in an objective-type test format. A total of 200 questions will be asked for which candidates will be given a duration of 2 hours. The subjects, however, will remain the same as that of the preliminary exam.