The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has announced that the MPSC Prelims Exam 2020-21 will not be held on the pre-mentioned date that is 14 March 2021, due to the rising cases of Covid-19 across Maharashtra. Click here to check the official announcement.
The rehabilitation and State Relief released a notice in this regard and mentioned it was reviewing the current situation across several parts of the state.
Initially, the exam was said to be held in April 2020, however, due to the Covid-19 Outbreak, the exam has been delayed to conduct.
The MPSC state service exam will be commenced to complete the recruitment process for the following posts:
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Due to the surge of Covid 19 across Maharashtra, Nagpur will go under lockdown for a week, from 15 March to 21 March 2021. In the last 24 hours, Nagpur reported 1800 new cases of Covid-19 cases.
According to the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, considering the current scenario of Maharashtra and to control the Covid 19 cases, few more parts of the state might go under the lockdown.
As per the current stats of Maharashtra, approximately 13659 (highest) new cases of Covid 19 have arisen, which is approximately 60% of the daily new cases in the country.
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