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# SSC MTS Important Questions and Answers 2021

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SSC MTS Recruitment is conducted every year by Staff Selection Commission, under which MTS wrote (CBT) exam consists of two-stage MTS questions and answers consisting of General Awareness, Mathematics, General English and Reasoning Sections. If you want to practice MTS questions as much as possible with the latest pattern of SSC MTS Exam 2021, this blog is designed to help you prepare for MTS questions. Here are all sections related to SSC MTS Important Questions and Answers which is very important as per SSC MTS Exam 2021. Students can practice these MTS Questions and Answers for better results in the examination.

## SSC MTS Important Questions and Answers

Q :

Who has become the first IAS officer of the country to win a silver medal at the Tokyo Paralympics?

(A) Suhas LY

(B) Rajesh Bhatia

(C) Yusuf Khan

(D) Vikram Singh

Q :

Which of the following quantities is not a vector?

(A) Velocity

(B) Volume

(C) Displacement

(D) force

Q :

What is white Phosphorus?

(A) P4

(B) P

(C) O3

(D) Pb

Q :

Who was the author of the Management Fund?

(A) Shilpi Mandal

(B) Banki Das

(C) Mohan Raj

(D) Rajasekhar

Q :

Psychologia's first book of Psychology written -

(A) Herman Rorsha

(B) by Rudolf Gaulkay

(C) Kohler

(D) Pavlov

Q :

Army day is celebrated on?

(A) 20 March

(B) 15 January

(C) 8 October

(D) 12 May

(E) None of these

Q :

The technique of printing the 3-Dimension image of any objects is called-

(A) Hemetography

(B) Holography

(C) Hexography

(D) Flex printing

Q :

Thin wires can be pulled from a metal piece. For which property of the metal is it responsible?

(A) Tensile

(B) hardness

(C) Malignancy

(D) conductivity

Q :

The most commonly used bleaching agent is

(A) chlorine

(B) sodium chlorine

(C) alcohol

(D) carbon dioxide

Q :  ' Ashoka Chakra' is awarded for

(A) Outstanding contribution to literature

(B) Gallantry by children

(C) Acts of gallantry in the presence of the enemy

(D) The most conspicuous bravery or self-sacrifice an land, air or sea but not in the presence of the enemy