MPSC 2021: The MPSC exam is on the list of the prime civil services examinations in India. MPSC is an acronym for Maharashtra Public Service Commission. Set up under the Constitution of India, MPSC is a committee that elects aspirants for governmental duties and jobs in the State of Maharashtra. Without exception every year, the authority of Maharashtra organizes the MPSC exam via which it culls qualified applicants for appointments in their varied divisions or departments like Administration, Engineering Forest, and Police, etc.
MPSC Notification 2021:
- 22nd December 221: MPSC State Service 2021 Admit Card has been released. Click here to download the Admit Card.
- 30th November 2021: The last date to apply for MPSC Sub-Ordinate Services Non-Gazetted, Group B 2021 Application Form is 30th November 2021. Click here to check the Advertisement.
MPSC Recruitment 2021: Highlights
|Name of the Organization||Maharastra Public Service Commission (MPSC)|
|Post Name||Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Assistant Commissioner of State, Group Development Officer, etc.|
|Number of Vacancies||290 Post|
|Exam Date||Prelims: 2nd January 2022
Mains: 7th to 9th May 2022
MPSC Exam Date 2021:
|Notification Released Date||4th October 2021|
|Application Form available||5th October 2021|
|Final date to submit the application form||31st October 2021|
|Last date to submit the Application fee||1st November 2021|
|Admit Card||21st December 2021|
|MPSC 2021 Prelims exam date||2nd January 2022|
|Prelims Result announced||Updating Soon|
|Main Admit card||Updating Soon|
|MPSC 2021 Exam Date (Main Exam)||7th to 9th May 2022|
|Main exam result||Updating Soon|
MPSC Application Form 2021:
MPSC State Service Exam 2021 notification has been released on 4th October 2021. Candidates who are interested to apply for the state service examination can get more details on the official website of MPSC, mpsc.gov.in. Applicants can follow the given below steps to fill the MPSC 2021 Application Form.
- Visit the official website of MPSC i.e, https://mpsconline.gov.in/
- Navigate on ‘New registration’ to start the process.
- Enter the details carefully to verify the details and ‘Create User’.
- Then click on submit.
- Keep the Details safe so that you can use them later for results and cut off.
- Next, they would have to upload scanned images of their recent passport-size photograph and signature as per the specifications.
- After all the necessary fields have been filled, individuals can see the preview of their application form. Verify all the details and click on ‘Save’
- Fees can be rendered through online mode (Debit/ Credit card, Net banking) and also by offline mode (e-Challan and Maha e-Seva Kendra).
- Preserve the copy of the receipt of the transaction.
|SC/ST/OBC/PWD of Madhya Pradesh||Rs. 344|
|Deputy Superintendent of Police/ Assistant Commissioner of Police (Unarmed)||16|
|Assistant Commissioner of State Taxes||16|
|Group Development Officer||15|
|Assistant Director, Maharashtra Finance & Accounts Service||15|
|Deputy Director of Industry||4|
|Assistant Labor Commissioner||22|
|Deputy Education Officer||25|
|Assistant Regional Transport Officer||4|
|Support Group Development Officer||17|
|Assistant Registrar Cooperative Society||18|
|Deputy Superintendent Land Records||15|
|Skill Development, Employment, and Entrepreneurship Guidance Officer||16|
|Government Workers Officer||54|
MPSC 2021 Eligibility Criteria:
Applicants need to fulfill the following criteria for the examination. The Maharashtra Public Service Commission 2021 eligibility criteria are shown below:
- Only an India Citizen.
- The residents of Maharashtra for more than 10 Years are eligible for reservation.
- The lower age limit is set at 19 years of age and the upper age limit prescribed for the test is 38 years for the General category.
- Age relaxation would be applicable for reserved categories as per government norms. It is given as follows.
|Category||Upper Age Relaxation|
|PwD||Maximum Age Limit is 45 Years|
- Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree/ Master’s degree in any discipline from a recognized institution.
- A diploma of a minimum of 3 years duration in any stream can also apply for MPSC.
The recruitment process has three levels of examination more like UPSC:
- Prelims exam: This is the first stage of the state service examination. Applicants would have to appear for 2 objective-type papers held in a single session. Those who clear the cut-off would be selected for the next exam.
- Mains exam: In this stage, candidates would have to appear for various descriptive-type papers. This would also include the optional subjects chosen by them. The marks obtained in this stage would be used for drawing out a merit list for the interview round.
- Physical Test: This stage is mandatory for only some posts and would be conducted after the mains exam.
- Interview: This is the final stage of the exam wherein applicants have to appear before a panel and answer questions about themselves and on the subjects test through the entire exam process.
MPSC 2021 Exam Pattern:
An exam would be conducted in 3 stages- Prelims, Mains, and interviews. A physical test would also be required for some posts. Here are some highlights of the MPSC 2021 Exam Pattern:
Prelims Exam Pattern:
- Prelims is an objective type of paper (MCQ).
- The total marks for each paper are 200.
- The duration of each paper is 2 hours.
- The Paper will be set in both Marathi as well as the English language.
- 1/3rd mark will be deducted for the wrong answer.
|Subject||No. of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|General Studies (GS) paper 1||Approx. 100||200 marks||2 Hours|
|Civil Services Aptitude Test paper (CSAT)||Approx. 80||200 marks||2 Hours|
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- The Mains exam consists of 6 papers.
- Total marks allocated for mains exam – 800 marks.
- Two papers – Marathi and English are the descriptive type of papers.
- The rest four papers consisting of General studies papers are all multiple-choice questions (MCQ).
- All papers are compulsory, and marks scored in all papers will be taken for the final totaling of marks.
- Negative marking applicable for General studies papers.
|Subject Name||Maximum Marks||Test Type||Duration|
|General Marathi Language||100 marks||Descriptive||3 Hrs|
|General English Language||100 marks||Objective||1 Hrs|
|General Studies Paper-I||150 marks||Objective||2 Hrs|
|General Studies Paper-II||150 marks||Objective||2 Hrs|
|General Studies Paper-III||150 marks||Objective||2 Hrs|
|General Studies Paper-IV||150 marks||Objective||2 Hrs|
- Candidates who will qualify the Mains Exam are invited for the interview round.
- The interview round is conducted for a total of 100 marks.
- The interview is based on current topics of interest and other general topics like human rights, women and child development, youth welfare, consumer protection, governance and political scenario, international events, etc.
MPSC 2021 Syllabus:
Find below the MPSC 2021 Syllabus. Here candidates can check the MPSC Prelims & Mains Syllabus :
|General Studies||Current events, History of India (with special reference to Maharashtra) and Indian National Movement, Maharashtra, India, and World Geography – Social, Economic Geography of Maharashtra, Physical, India, and the World.|
|Maharashtra and India – Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayat Raj, Urban Governance, Public Policy, Rights issues, Economic and Social Development|
|General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change, General Science.|
|CSAT||Comprehension, Interpersonal and communication skills, Logical reasoning and analytical ability, Decision – making and problem – solving, General mental ability, and Basic quantitative aptitude|
GS (General Studies) – I: History and Geography
- History: History of Modern India particularly Maharashtra, Establishment of British Rule in India, Socio-Cultural Changes, Social and economic awakening, Emergence and growth of Indian Nationalism, etc.
- Geography – with special reference to Maharashtra: Physical Geography, Economic Geography of Maharashtra, Environmental Geography, Remote Sensing, etc.
- Geography and Agriculture: Agroecology, Climate, Soils, Water Management.
GS (General Studies) – II: Indian Constitution and Indian Politics (Special Reference to Maharashtra) and Law
- The Constitution of India.
- The Political System (Structure, Powers, and Functions of Governments)
- State Government and Administration (Special Reference to Maharashtra)
- District Administration.
- Rural and Urban Local Government.
- Educational System.
- Parties and Pressure Groups
- Social Welfare and Social Legislation
- Public Services etc.
GS (General Studies) – III: Human Resource Development (HRD) and Human Rights
- Human Resource Development: Human Resource Development in India, Education, Vocational Education, Health, Rural Development
- Human Rights: Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948), Child Development, Women Development, Youth Development, Tribal Development, Welfare of disabled persons, International and Regional Organisations, etc.
GS (General Studies) – IV: Economy and Planning, Economics of Development and Agriculture, Science and Technology Development
- Economy and Planning: Indian Economy, Urban and Rural Infrastructure Development, Industry, Co-operation, Economic reforms, International Trade, and International Capital Movements, Measurement and estimate of poverty, Factors determining employment, Economy of Maharashtra.
- Economics of Development and Agriculture: Macro Economics, Public Finance, and Financial Institutions, Growth, Development, and International Economics, Indian Agriculture, Rural Development and Cooperation, Agriculture, etc.
- Science and Technology Developments: Energy (Conventional and non-conventional energy sources), Computer and Information Technology, Space Technology, Biotechnology, Nuclear Policy of India, etc.
Download the admit card from the official website. For both the preliminary well as the main examination, the commission will issue different admit cards. The students will have to carry the admit card to the examination hall. Without the admit card, the candidate will not be allowed to appear for the examination.
The MPSC Answer Key will publish in various exam related papers and journals you can also keep searching it in papers and the editorials for the answer key. You can also go to their official website for the same information as mentioned above.
MPSC 2021 Result:
The scorecard would contain the scores obtained in the different papers and the total score:
- Log in to the official MPSC website.
- Click On the ‘Result’ link.
- Aspirants would need to enter their Application/ Roll Number to view the results.
- It would download PDF format of the results
- Take a printout of this soft copy.
The Cut off is declared after the results for each post are declared. You can check the result by clicking on the Cut Off link. In the portal, just log in and you would know.
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MPSC Group B Subordinate Services 2021:
|Exam Name||MPSC Sub -Ordinate Services Non-Gazetted, Group B 2021|
|MPSC Full Form||Maharashtra Public Service Commission|
|Notification Release Date||29th October 2021|
|Last Date To Apply||30th November 2021|
|Last Date of Fee Payment||1st December 2021|
|Official Notification||Click here|
|Application Form||Click here|
|Exam Date||26th February 2022|
- Candidates must have completed a degree from a recognized university.
- The candidate must also have an internship or workshop experience is mandatory.
- The knowledge of the Marathi language is compulsory.
- Age Limit: Age Limit for STI & ASO: 18 to 38 Years and Age Limit for PSI: 19 to 31 Years
A total number of 666 vacancies have been released for MPPSC Group B Recruitment 2021. Below are the post-wise vacancy details.
|Post||Number of Vacancies|
|Assistant section officer||100|
|State tax inspector||190|
Steps to Apply for MPSC 2021 Group B Application Form:
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- Visit the official website of MPSC.
- On the homepage, click on ‘Online Facilities
- Fill the registration form.
- Then fill the application form.
- Uploading the scanned copies of the required documents.
- Pay the application fee as per your category.
- Download and take a print of your finally submitted application form.
- For Open Category: Rs.394/-
- For Reserved Category & Orphans: Rs.294/-
- pay exam fee through Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking or Pay Offline through E-Challan
|Post||Selection Stages||Prelims Weightage||Mains Weightage||Physical Test||Interview|