MPSC Exam Pattern
MPSC Exam Pattern 2014 Marking Scheme & Recruitment Elig
MPSC Exam Pattern 2014 Marking Scheme & Recruitment Eligibility
The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) conducts the recruitment exams for the appointment of the eligible candidates in the state services and other administrative services of the Maharashtra Government. The candidates in order to get appointed in the MPSC Recruitment Vacant posts should go through the details of the eligibility and pattern of exam for their preparation in the concerned exam.
The Maharashtra Public Service Commission announces recruitment exam for the filling up the vacant seats in the following categories:
1. Deputy Collector
2. Deputy Superintendant of Police
3. District Deputy Registrar (DDR)
4. Sales Tax Officer
6. Deputy CEO
7. Nayab Tahsildar etc
The candidates will be required to appear in the following exams for being considered under the offered posts by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission. These are: Preliminary Examination- 200 Marks, Main/ Written Examination -800 Marks and Interview/ Personality Test -100 Marks respectively.
Scheme of Exam:
There will be two compulsory papers of two hours duration containing objective type question papers in Marathi and English language. The candidates will have to qualify in both the papers for qualifying in the Preliminary Examination. The paper will contain questions of objective type from the degree level / Class X level /Class XII level as per the level of post for which application has been made by the applicant.
The candidates who qualify in the Prelims Exam will be only allowed to appear in the Mains Exam held subsequently after the Prelims Exam for all the eligible applicants.
As per the new and revised exam scheme, the Maharashtra Public Service Commission conducts the Main Exam through four papers of the General Studies and two compulsory papers of Marathi and English respectively. The candidates will have to qualify in all the six papers for cracking the Mains Examinations of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission.
The Compulsory Papers of Marathi and English Language is based on Descriptive Type questions and the other papers of general studies contains objective type questions.
Total Marks: 800 Marks
Compulsory Marathi Paper (100 Marks)
Compulsory English Paper (100 marks)
General Studies Paper I (History & Geography) 150 Marks
General Studies Paper II (Indian Constitution & Politics) 150 Marks
General Studies Paper III (Human Resource Development & Human Rights) 150 Marks
General Studies Paper IV (Economics and Science & Technology) 150 Marks
The candidates will be considered qualified for the Mains on obtaining 45% marks under the General Category and 40% marks for all other category of candidates.
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