FAQ

FAQ

Overview

The full form of MPSC is Maharashtra Public Service Commission

It is a state-level exam conducted in Maharashtra. MPSC is a body that selects candidates for civil service jobs.

It is the first stage to clear as DC/DYSP/STO/ etc, those who qualify the first stage are allowed to write mains papers which is the second stage.

UPSC is a national level competitive exam. Hence, students from all over India apply for this exam. Whereas, MPSC is a state level competitive exam. Hence, the competition is limited. Moreover, UPSC focuses more on India and the World aspects. On the other hand, MPSC focuses on the State and Indian aspects.

The candidate must be a graduate from a government recognized university. Candidates in their final year of graduation can also appear for MPSC exam

There is no such percentage requirement, the candidate is only required to be completed or in the final year of his/her degree of graduation.

The minimum age of the candidate must be 18 years and the maximum age must be 33 years.The relaxable age for OBC candidate is 35 years and for SC/ST/NT candidates is 38 years.

There are no limits for appearing the MPSC Exam but one must pass the prelims to be eligible for the Mains Exam.

Yes, it deducts 1/4 of the total marks, for every wrong answer.

The post allotted are as follows:

 

CLASS – I

Tehsildar, Assistanistant Commissioner of Sales Tax, Deputy Registrar Co-operative Society, and Deputy Chief Executive Officer

 

CLASS-II

Nayab Tehsildar, Assistanistant Regional Transport Officer, Taluka Inspector of Land Records(TILR), and Chief Officer, Nagar Palika/Nagar Parishad-B

Yes.

The average time is one year. However, you can start preparing well in advance. Moreover, you can devote more time for essays if you start your preparation early.

Daily 6 to 8 hours are enough for MPSC preparation. However, include short breaks amidst long study schedules. This will help you to stay focused even under stress.

Yes.

It is powerfully suggested that once the completion of the method of submission of the web enlisting Application, you need to take a print out of the submitted online enlisting Application and keep the same printout for future reference. You’re conjointly suggested to stay the proof of the fee payment which could be needed by the Commission just in case of any discrepancy.

Yes.

No.

You can register yourself by visiting the official website.

The photograph and signature should be scanned in .jpg format and are to be uploaded in the “Photo & Signature Upload” module.

Both Black & White and coloured pictures are acceptable as long as theyre as per the given specifications and additionally that the standard of the photograph is identifiable and acceptable.

The candidate should refer to MPSC’s official Website.

The question papers for the examination are of MCQ type.

*Each paper is of two hours duration except language papers.

Reservations are created for candidates belonging to scheduled Castes. scheduled Tribes, alternative Backward categories, Economically Weaker Sections and Persons with Benchmark Disabilities candidates in respect of vacancies as is also fastened by the govt.

Yes.

Yes, 1/3rd on each wrong answer to the questions.

The examination is comprised of two compulsory papers of 200 marks each.

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