MPSC exam is used by the Govt. of Maharashtra for the purpose of recruitment of individuals to positions in various departments. MPSC exam is conducted yearly in English and Marathi medium. The exam conducted through a qualifying 2 Prelims Papers followed by 6 Mains Papers, there are no optional subjects.
More specifically, the MPSC Exam is commenced in three stages:
MPSC 2021 will be conducted through a Prelim Exam with 2 Papers, and the Main Exam with 6 mandatory Papers. The Prelim examination serves as a qualifier for the Main exam. Candidates must obtain a min of 33% in the Prelims to be eligible for the MPSC Mains exam.
Features of the Prelims exam is detailed below:
|Paper||Marks||No.of Questions||Medium||Nature of Paper||Time Duration|
|Paper-I (Compulsory)||200||100||English & Marathi||Objective Type||2 hours|
|Paper-II (Compulsory)||200||80||English & Marathi||Objective Type||2 hours|
The aspirants, who will secure the minimum MPSC cutoff marks, decided by the Commission will be released the admit card to take the MPSC Mains Exam.
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All the Papers are mandatory, there is Negative Marking of ⅓ rd of a mark for each wrong answer. Check the below-mentioned details:
|Paper No.||Subject||Medium||Nature of Question||Maximum Marks||Time Duration|
|1.||Marathi & English Language (Essay/Translation/Precis)||English & Marathi||Descriptive||100||03 Hours|
|2.||Marathi & English Language (Essay/Grammar/ Comprehension)||English & Marathi||MCQ||100||01 Hours|
|3.||GS Paper I: History, Geography, and Agriculture||English & Marathi||MCQ||150||02 Hours|
|4.||GS Paper II: Indian Constitution and Indian Politics||English & Marathi||MCQ||150||02 Hours|
|5.||GS Paper III: Human Rights and Human Resource development||English & Marathi||MCQ||150||02 Hours|
|6.||GS Paper IV: Economy and Planning, Economics of Development and Agriculture, Science and Technology Development||English & Marathi||MCQ||150||02 Hours|
Also check MPSC Syllabus in a detailed manner.
Ques. What is the required eligibility for writing MPSC 2021 exam?
Ans. Candidates are required to have passed Graduation or Diploma (min 3 years) from a recognized University. Candidates must also be a minimum of 18 years of age and max 33 years (35 & 38 years for OBC and SC/ST candidates respectively).
Ques. Is it mandatory to write the MPSC Prelims exam?
Ans. All candidates are absolutely required to write the Prelims examination as it performs as a qualifier to the MPSC Mains exam. Min 33% in the Prelims is required to be eligible for the MPSC Mains exam.
Ques. What is the process for applying to the MPSC 2021 exam?
Ans. Aspirant can apply via the official website of MPSC. On the website Register for Application, fill the Application Form, upload required documents and photos, pay the respective Application Fee, and Submit the Form.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.