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MPPSC (Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission) Result and Cutoffs 2020

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Oct 7, 2020

Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission popularly addressed as MPPSC has already announced the results for the preliminary stage on the 29th of June, 2020. The commission usually declares results for the three different stages on a separate basis. Candidates who ace the preliminary stage qualify to appear for the main stage and therefore get to look for a final interview once qualifying the main stage. The commission declares the result on the official website for the candidates to go through.

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MPPSC 2020 Dates and Events

Event Date of the event
1st notification from the commission 14 November 2019
Commencement of application filling 20 November 2019
Release of admit card 08 January 2020
Date of the preliminary stage of examination 12 January 2020
Declaration of results for the preliminary stage 29 Jun 2020
Date of the main stage of examination To be announced
Date of the final interview To be announced

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MPPSC 2020- Declaration of result for State Service Exam

The commission has declared the results in the form of scorecards and OMR sheets of the candidates on 29 June 2020 for them to go through.

  • The commission permits candidates to log in using their exam details to check their results starting from June 29, 2020, till September 29, 2020.

How to check the results declared by the commission?

Candidates having trouble or not sure about the process to find their results can follow the steps mentioned below.

Step 1: Visit the official webpage of the commission ( or

Step 2: Once on the official page, click on the link that reads 'MPPSC State Service Exam result 2020'.

MPPSC Result 2020

Step 3: Now, you shall be directed to a new page.

Step 4: Once on the page for results, enter your roll number and date of birth.

Step 5: Enter the significant security code shown on the screen and click on the button that reads 'Login'.

Login Details

Step 6: Your OMR sheet and scorecard shall appear on the screen, download, and print the same for future references.

MPPSC SSE 2020 Process of selection/recruitment

The commission recruits candidates who ace the examination and fit in. A candidate has to undertake a total of 5 phases before allotted with the post conducted by the commission with collaboration with the state government of Madhya Pradesh.

The five phases of the selection that the candidate has to take up,

  1. Preliminary examination
  2. Main examination
  3. Personal interview
  4. Physical ability test
  5. Medical fitness test

Candidates who qualify the initial stages get to appear for further phases of the selection process.

MPPSC State Service Exam 2020 Cutoffs

The governmental organization/commission conducted the examination on January 12, 2020, for which results were announced on 29th June 2020. The exam conducting commission decides the cutoff for every year based on several criteria such as,

  • Maximum marks of the exam
  • Number of candidates appearing for the examination
  • Total number of vacancies
  • Gender of the candidate
  • Category to which the candidate belongs
  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Previous year's cutoff trends

Candidates who ace the examination with at least the minimum cutoff and fulfill all the eligibility criteria shall appear for the further stages and finally get assigned with the job he/she applied earlier.

Expected cutoff for the year 2020

Category to which the candidate belongs Expected cutoff by the commission
General/Unreserved 138-143
OBC 133-138
SC 127-130
ST 115-125

Previous year's MPPSC Cut Off

For physically stable candidates

Category and gender of the candidate Cutoff
Unreserved male 138
Unserved female 128
OBC male 134
OBC female 132
SC male 126
SC female 122
ST male 118
ST female 114

For physically challenged (PH) candidates

Category and gender of the candidate Cutoff
Orthopaedically Handicapped male and female 118
Visually handicapped male and female 118
Hearing Handicapped male 102
Hearing disabled female 100

For candidate served as an ex-serviceman

Category and gender of the candidate Cutoff
Unreserved male 82
OBC Not applicable
SC 60
ST Not applicable

How to check the MPPSC Cut Off for the year 2020?

Candidates in confusion about the process of reviewing the cutoff details can follow the steps mentioned below.

Step 1: Visit the official webpage of the commission.

Step 2: Click on the link that reads ‘MPPSC Cut off’. (Available only after the release of it by the commission)

Step 3: The cutoffs of the year shall be available in the form of the pdf file, download the file.

Step 4: Once after downloading, check the cutoff based on your category and gender.

Step 5: Download and take out a print out of the same for future references.

MPPSC 2020 Qualifying Cut Off

A candidate has to secure a minimum qualifying cutoff to move to further phases of the examination. MPPSC, combined with the state government, decides the minimum qualifying cut off every year.

Category of the candidate Minimum qualifying cut off
General/unreserved 40%
OBC 30%
SC 30%
ST 30%
PwD 30%

MPPSC 2020 Overall cut off

A candidate also has to ace the examination into consideration with the overall cutoff as both qualifying, and overall cut off remains equally important. The exam conducting board gets to decide the overall cutoff with major factors as,

  • The difficulty level of the examination
  • Total number of aspirants appearing for the examination
  • Total number of vacancies available

Now that the commission declared the preliminary results, candidates who qualified the examination shall prepare for further stages to ace and fill in the posts. With this pandemic on the force, candidates shall have much more time to prepare and reach heights—all the very best.


Ques. Is there any limit to the number of attempts for the examination? If so, how many?

  • A person from a general category is eligible to take up the exam 5 times.
  • A candidate belonging to any of the reserved categories such as SC/ST has limitations in the number of attempts.
  • A candidate belonging to another backward category can take up the exam about seven times.

Ques. Which is the highest post offered after qualifying the exam?

Ans. The highest post offered is State Civil Service (Deputy Collector).

Ques. Can a candidate apply for revaluation?

Ans. No, a candidate doesn't get the chance to apply for revaluation as the results declared by the commission are defined to be the final.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.