MPSC

MPSC provides wide career opportunities for graduates from Maharashtra aspiring to work at various state level posting such as Deputy Collector, Block Development Officer, Tahsildar, Sales Tax Officer, etc.

Apart from a good annual compensation and good status in the society the Govt. provides many incentives and facilities such as accommodation, household help, official vehicle, retirement benefits, etc.

All positions for candidates who clears the MPSC exams are positions with power and decision making authority. For ambitious people this is definitely a career to seek.

Post comes Under MPSC Exam (MPSC Posts)

Class 1 Posts

1. Deputy Collector

2. Deputy Suprintendent of Police (DySP)

3. Assistant Commissioner Sales Tax

4. Deputy Registrar Co-operative Socities

5. Deputy Chief Executive Officer

6. Suprintendent State Excise Deppt

7. Block Development Officer (BDO) – A

8. Finance, Audit & Accounts Service – Group A

9. Chief Officer, Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad – A

10. Tahasildar

Class 2 Posts

1. Block Development Officer (BDO) – B

2. Chief Officer, Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad – B

3. Mantralaya Section Officer

4. Sub-registrar Cooperative Societies – B

5. Taluka Inspector of Land Records(TILR)

6. Deputy Superintendent State Excise Deppt

7. Finance, Audit & Accounts Service – Group B

8. Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO)

9. Nayab Tahasildar

 

Age Limit

MPSC Age Limit > 18 TO 33 Years

Qualification

  • Applying candidates should have completed their 10th/12th/Degree (graduation)/Post Graduation, etc as per various posts or jobs or vacancies with good academic records in concerned discipline from well recognized University / Institute.
  • Willing candidates must have good typing speed in Marathi, English and others (if necessary).

Age relaxation

  • OBC> 3 years
  • SC/ST> 5 years
  • WIDOW/DIVORCED WOMEN> 9 years
  • EX SERVICEMEN> 5 years
  • PERSON WITH DISABILITY> 10 Years

MPSC Preliminary Exam Pattern:

In paper I: It is of 100 questions. Each question carries two marks hence total paper is of 200 marks. There is negative marking system. For every wrong answer, 2/3 marks are deducted. That means 0.66 marks get the minus for each wrong answer.

In Paper II: It is of 80 questions. Each question carries two and a half marks hence total paper is of 200 marks. There is negative marking system. For every wrong answer, 2.5/3 marks of that question are deducted. That means 0.83 marks get the minus for each wrong answer.

Paper                                      Paper Category         Duration of Exam      Marks

Paper 1      200 Marks    2 hours
Paper 2     200 Marks    2 hours
(Both Papers Are Objective Type)

MPSC Mains Exam Pattern

  • GS Paper 1, GS Paper 2, GS Paper 3 and GS Paper 4 are of the Objective type and it contains 150 Marks for each Paper.
  • Compulsory Marathi and Compulsory English are of the descriptive type which contains 100 Marks for each Paper.
  • Total marks for both the papers are 800 Marks.
  • There is a negative marking. Each paper has 150 questions and carries one mark for each question. There is negative marking of 1/3 of the marks. For three wrong answers, one mark is deducted.

Paper

Marks

Paper Type

GS Paper 1 (History and Geography)

150 Marks for each Paper

Objective

GS Paper 2 (Indian Constitution and Politics)

GS Paper 3

(Human Resource Development and Human Rights)

GS Paper 4

(Economics and Science & Technology)

Compulsory Marathi

100 Marks for each Paper

Descriptive

Compulsory English

Total

800 Marks

MPSC:  https://www.mpsc.gov.in/1035/Home