MPSC Exam 2021: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPSC) will conduct the State Services Prelims Exam on the scheduled date, i.e., January 2, 2022. All candidates who registered for MPSC Exam must get the admit card when released officially. In addition to the preliminary exam, the MPSC has also informed the candidates about conducting the mains test. The MPSC State Services 2021 Mains Exam will be organised on May 7, 8, and 9, 2022. Also, the MPSC has scheduled the exam date for 2020 for December 4 to 6, 2021. We have also furnished the direct link to MPSC SSE 2020 Admit Card on this page once it is out. Continue reading to learn more about how to download the exam hall ticket.
MPSC SSE Mains 2020 shall be conducted to appoint 200 worth for various positions available under various state government departments. Read on to know more about the eligibility criteria, vacancies, selection process, exam pattern, syllabus, results, and how to get the most of this MPSC recruitment process. The moment the direct link to MPSC Exam 2022 admit card is out, we will add the same on this page for candidates’ peace of mind.
MPSC Exam 2021: An Overview
Before getting into the details of the MPSC Exam 2021, candidates must look at the exam overview for a better understanding:
|Organisation Name||Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)|
|Recruitment||Police Sub Inspector, Tax Inspector, Assistant Section Officer|
|MPSC Prelims Exam Date||January 2, 2022|
|MPSC Mains Exam Date||May 7, 8, and 9, 2022|
|Selection Procedure||Prelims ExamMains ExamPersonal Interview|
MPSC Exam 2021: Important Dates
The conducting body has already released a few dates of the important events under the MPSC recruitment. Candidates must go through the table given below to know more about the same.
|MPSC Notification Release||October 4, 2021|
|MPSC Online Application Start Date||October 5, 2021|
|MPSC Online Application End Date||October 31, 2021|
|MPSC Admit Card Release Date||To be announced|
|MPSC State Services Prelims Exam Date||January 2, 2022|
|MPSC Prelims Result||Not yet announced|
|MPSC Mains Exam Date||May 7, 8 and 9, 2022 (Tentative)|
|MPSC Mains Result||To be announced|
|Deputy Superintendent of Police/ Assistant Commissioner of Police (Unarmed)||16|
|Assistant Commissioner of State Taxes||16|
|Group Development Officer||15|
|Assistant Labor Commissioner||22|
|Deputy Director of Industry||4|
|Assistant Director, Maharashtra Finance & Accounts Service||15|
|Deputy Education Officer||25|
|Assistant Registrar Cooperative Society||18|
|Support Group Development Officer||17|
|Assistant Regional Transport Officer||4|
|Deputy Superintendent Land Records||15|
|Skill Development, Employment, and Entrepreneurship Guidance Officer||16|
|Government Workers Officer||54|
Lists of Upcoming MPSC 2021 Exams
The Maharashtra Public Service Commission conducts various exams to recruit worthy candidates for multiple positions in its different departments. The list of MPSC exams are given below:
- State Service Mains Exam 2020 – December 04 to 06, 2021
- Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate Exam 2020
- Maharashtra Services Combined Group-C Exam 2020
- Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector Exam 2020
- Assistant Section Officer Exam 2020
- Maharashtra Subordinate Services Combined Exam 2020 – October 11, 2020
- Assistant Section Officer Exam 2020
- MAS – Maharashtra Agriculture Services Examination 2020
- MFS – Maharashtra Forest Services Exam 2020
- Maharashtra Engineering Servies Combined Exam 2020 – November 1, 2020
- Police Sub Inspector Exam 2020
- State Tax Inspector Exam 2020
- Maharashtra Education Services (Group B) Exam 2020
MPSC Exams 2021 Eligibility Criteria
Applicants must fulfil the following criteria to apply for the examination. The Maharashtra Public Service Commission 2021 eligibility criteria are given below:
- Only Indian Citizens are eligible to apply.
- Candidates who have been residing in Maharashtra for more than 10 Years are eligible for reservation.
- Candidates must be aged between the lower age limit of 19 years and the upper age limit of 33 years for the General category.
- Age relaxation would be applicable for all reserved category candidates as per government norms. The relaxations are as follows:
|Age Limit||General: 19 to 33 years
OBC: Upper limit – 35 years
SC/ST: 38 yers
|Minimum Qualifications||Candidates with a graduation degree from a recognised university in India are eligible.|
|Number of Attempts||No limit|
- Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree/ Master’s degree in any discipline from a recognised university/institution. OR
- Candidates having a 3-year diploma in any stream can also apply for MPSC 2021 exam.
MPSC Exam Application Form 2021
The conducting body releases the application form for the MPSC Exam 2021-22 on its official website via online mode only. In the application form, candidates are asked to fill in personal information, parents’ names, contact number, educational qualifications, and more. All the candidates should first check the eligibility criteria before applying online for the same. Here, we have enlisted the step by step procedure for the MPSC registration at mpsc.gov.in. Candidates must go through these steps to clear out their doubts.
– 1st Step: Go to the home page of MPSC – mpsconline.gov.in
– 2nd Step: Click “Online Application“. Registration Page will open.
– 3rd Step: Click “Login“. Note the page will be in Marathi. Therefore, if you are not comfortable with that, you can translate the page into English using google translater.
– 4th Step: The next page will be the login page. Enter all the requested details like “Username, Mobile, Email, DOB, Password, etc.”.
– 5th Step: Enter the OTP received on mobile and email.
– 6th Step: Click “Create User“. Your account will be created.
– 7th Step: Login using the “User name and Password“.
– 8th Step: Fill the complete Application form and pay the examination fee per your category.
– 9th Step: Download the application form and fee receipt.
Helpful Tip: The guidelines for “application instructions, popup blocker, forgot password, and photo and signature upload” will be available on the login page with some PDF links. Read them carefully before filling the MPSC exam application form.
MPSC Exam Application Fee 2021
All candidates must pay the application fee according to their category. If any applicant fails to pay the exams fee, their form will be treated as incomplete, and the application will be rejected. The MPSC State Service Prelims and Mains application fee is given below:
|Name of Exam||Application Fee|
|State Service Preliminary Exam||General: 524|
Reserved Category: 324
|State Service Mains Exam||General: 524|
Reserved Category: 324
MPSC Exams 2021: Selection Procedure
MPSC conducts the following rounds to hire the best-fit candidates for the post released:
1st Stage: Prelims Exam
2nd Stage: Mains Exam
3rd Stage: Interview
Candidates successfully clearing all three rounds are called for document verification. Once the verification process is complete, the selected candidates are posted at one of the offices/branches.
MPSC Exam Centres 2021
The MPSC Prelims exam will be conducted at multiple centres, whereas the MPSC Mains exam will only be organised at four centres.
MPSC Prelims Test Centres
MPSC Mains Test Centres
The list of MPSC mains centres is as follows
MPSC Exam Pattern 2021
The MPSC recruitment process consists of 3 stages: MPSC Prelims, Mains, and Interviews. For certain positions, candidates have to through a physical examination. Some important points to remember about the MPSC Exam Pattern are given below:
MPSC Prelims Exam Pattern
The MPSC prelims question paper can be taken in both Marathi and English. Candidates can check the exam pattern below:
- Prelims paper is objective (MCQ) in nature.
- Each paper is out of a total of 200 marks.
- Each paper is of 2 hours duration.
- The examination is held in both Marathi and English.
- 1/3 mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
|Subject||No. of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|General Studies (GS) paper 1||100||200 marks||2 Hours|
|Civil Services Aptitude Test paper (CSAT)||80||200 marks||2 Hours|
MPSC Mains Exam Pattern
- The Mains exam consists of six papers.
- A total of 800 marks is available for the main exam.
- The descriptive type questions can be answered in Marathi and English.
- The remaining four General Studies papers are all multiple-choice (MCQ).
- Candidates must attempt all papers and marks scored in all the papers will be combined to determine the final MPSC grade.
- There is negative marking in General studies papers.
|Paper Name||Subjects||Maximum Marks||Duration||Type of Test|
|Paper-3||History, Geography, & Agriculture||150||2 Hours||Objective|
|Paper-4||Indian Polity & laws||150||2 Hours||Objective|
|Paper-5||Human Resource Development & Human Rights||150||2 Hours||Objective|
|Paper-6||Science & Technology, Economy||150||2 Hours||Objective|
Candidates who qualify in the Mains exam and get good MPSC Results will be called for the MPSC Interview.
MPSC Exam Interview
Candidates who qualify in the MPSC Mains exam will be eligible for the third and final round, i.e., interview round. The purpose of the interview round is to check the knowledge and presence of mind, and how well the candidates deal with a given situation or whether or not they have the decision-making power. MPSC Interview is out of a total of 100 marks and the final selection is done on the basis of the marks scored in the Mains and Interview.
MPSC 2021 Syllabus:
Find the detailed MPSC 2021 Syllabus below. Candidates can check the MPSC Prelims & Mains Syllabus here :
|General Studies||Current events, Physical, India, and the World, History of India (with special reference to Maharashtra) and Indian National Movement, Maharashtra, India, and World Geography – Social, Economic Geography of Maharashtra.|
|Maharashtra and India – Polity and Governance – Constitution, Panchayat Raj, Political System, Urban Governance, Public Policy, Rights issues, Economic and Social Development|
|General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change, General Science.|
|CSAT||Comprehension, Logical reasoning and analytical ability, Interpersonal and communication skills, 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, Socio-Cultural Changes, Social and economic awakening, Establishment of British Rule in India, Emergence and growth of Indian Nationalism, etc.
- Geography – with special reference to Maharashtra: Physical Geography, Environmental Geography, Economic Geography of Maharashtra, Remote Sensing, etc.
- Geography and Agriculture: Agroecology, Soils, Climate, 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.
- Educational System.
- Rural and Urban Local Government.
- Social Welfare and Social Legislation
- Parties and Pressure Groups
- Public Services etc.
GS (General Studies) – III: Human Resource Development (HRD) and Human Rights
- Human Resource Development: Human Resource Development in India, Vocational Education, Education, Health, Rural Development
- Human Rights: Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948), Women Development, Youth Development, Child 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, International Trade, and International Capital Movements, Industry, Co-operation, Economic reforms, 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, Rural Development and Cooperation, Indian Agriculture etc.
- Science and Technology Developments: Energy (Conventional and non-conventional energy sources), Computer and Information Technology, Biotechnology, Space Technology, Nuclear Policy of India, etc.
MPSC Admit Card 2021
The Maharashtra Public Service Commission releases the admit card separately for all the stages of the exam. In the MPSC hall ticket, candidates will see many important details printed on it, such as exam time, exam date, exam venue, instructions to be followed, candidate’s information, contact number, and more. Also, all the appearing candidates must carry their MPSC Prelims hall ticket at the exam centre. Otherwise, the officials of the conducting body will not allow them to enter the exam hall.
MPSC has announced the MPSC SSE Mains Admit Card for the December exams to be conducted from 4 to 6. Check out the direct link to download the call letter.
Details Mentioned On MPSC Admit Card
- Name of the Candidate
- Parent’s Name
- Correspondence and Permanent Address
- Contact Information
- Registration Number
- Roll Number
- Date of Birth
- Passport Size Picture
- Signature Image
- Important Instructions
- Subject and Subject Codes
- Exam Date and Timing
- Exam Venue Address
- Signature of the Controller of Examination
MPSC Exam Result 2021
MPSC Prelims result was released on September 06, 2021. MPSC Result PDF will mention selected candidates’ names, roll numbers, and cut-off marks required to qualify for the next round. Candidates must go through the whole documents to not miss any important information regarding the MPSC result for their respective examinations. Afterwards, the final merit list will be released as soon as the Maharashtra Public Service Commission conducts all the levels one by one. The final merit list will be made based on candidates’ performances in each level as per the guidelines of the conducting body.
MPSC Address & Contact Details
Candidates can communicate at below phone numbers and addresses for queries:
|Tel. no: 022-22795900, 022-22795971, 022-22821646|
Timings: Monday to Saturday – 10.00 AM to 5.15 PM (Except 2nd & 4th Saturday).
|Postal Address: Main Office – 5th, 7th, and 8th floor, Cooprej Telephone Exchange Building. Maharshi Karve Marg, Cooprej, Mumbai 400021|
Fort Office – 3rd floor, Bank Of India Building. M.G.Road, Fort, Mumbai 400001
|For Technical assistance (Maha Online) Technical person contact details|
Tel. no. : 022 – 61316402
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Timings: Monday to Friday – 9.00 AM to 8.00 PM, Saturday & Sunday – 9.30 AM to 6.30 PM(for only for online application help)
FAQs On MPSC Exam 2021
Here, we have enlisted some of the most important frequently asked questions related to the MPSC Exam 2021. Candidates must read these questions and answers to clarify their doubts regarding the same subject.
Q1. Can a 12th pass candidate apply for MPSC?
Ans: No, graduation is mandatory to apply for MPSC.
Q2. Who is eligible for the MPSC exam?
Ans: A citizen of India between 19 to 38 years with a government of India recognised graduate degree is eligible for the MPSC exam. For detailed eligibility, check this article.
Q3. What are the dates for the MPSC mains exam?
Ans: MPSC will conduct the SSE Mains on May 7, 8, and 9, 2022.
Q4. What is the MPSC exam pattern?
Ans: The Maharashtra PSC exam pattern for prelims and mains exams differs. You can check this article to get the detailed exam pattern (see above).
Q5. What is the MPSC exam?
Ans: The MPSC exam refers to the SSE or State Service Exam conducted by Maharashtra Public Service Commission to recruit candidates for various posts throughout the state in different departments.
Q6. What is the eligibility criteria for MPSC?
Ans: The essential eligibility criteria for MPSC exams are:
1) Graduation degree from a recognised university in India.
2) Candidate must be a citizen of India.
3) Must be between 19-33 years old.
Q7. How many attempts are there in MPSC?
Ans: The number of attempts for the MPSC State Service Exam is as follows:
Q8. Is Marathi necessary for MPSC?
Ans: Yes, it is mandatory to be able to read, write and speak Marathi for the MPSC Exam
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