MPSC 2023: Notification, Exam Date, Registration, News

MPSC 2023: Notification, Exam Date, Registration, News

BySATISH KUMAR GUPTA  |  Updated on: Jan 20, 2023
MPSC released the MPSC 2023 notification for the Group A, B posts. MPSC Exam Date 2023 for Prelims is going to release soon. Check the new MPSC syllabus, vacancy, notification, exam pattern, and latest news.
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MPSC released the admit card for the mains exam of the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam on January 12, 2023. To complete the recruitment cycle, candidates who clear the prelims cut-off marks must appear for the Mains exam on January 21, 22, & 23, 2023. Candidates preparing for the exam must check the latest pattern and syllabus to be conversant with the latest changes to outperform their competitors.

The MPSC civil service exam notification will be released in February 2023, and the prelims exam is scheduled for June 04, 2023. Candidates preparing for the exam must note the MPSC exam date before making a robust study plan. Preliminary and main exams and an interview round are the components of the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Exam. Papers I and II make up the Prelims exams, with a total score of 400. In addition, 9 Papers make up the Mains exams, which have a total score of 1750. Candidates who have applied for Deputy Collector, Assistant Commissioner, and other designated posts, can check the exam date, syllabus, exam pattern, and other important details below.

Important Dates
MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam Date 2022:  -Jan 21, 2023- Jan 23, 2023MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam 2023:  -Jun 4, 2023

MPSC 2023 Latest News

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has recently increased the number of vacancies for the MPSC Rajyaseva exam. The Rajyaseva exam is currently being held for 501 positions overall. The Maharashtra Public Service Commission recently announced an increase in the number of positions that must be filled for the MPSC Examination, which now includes 340 new posts. Therefore, 501 positions will be filled through this recruitment.

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has made major changes to the MPSC exam. These changes are considered a milestone to reduce the pressure on candidates and committees, and it increases the speed of the recruitment process for Group A and B vacancies. It is all known that lakhs of candidates apply for MPSC State Services every year, and recruitment gets delayed. Candidates can go through the changes in detail by clicking the below link.

Changes and Updates in MPSC 2023

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission released MPSC Syllabus 2023. As expected, some changes in the prelims and mains exam syllabus are mandatory to know those candidates who want to appear in the next year's exam. Earlier, MPSC Exam Pattern 2023 was changed by the commission, and now, candidates will have the option to choose two optional subjects. However, these changes will be implemented next year (2023).

Latest Updates:

  • January 12, 2023: MPSC has released the mains admit card on the website.

MPSC Exam Date 2023

MPSC has released the tentative dates for the MPSC 2023 Exam. Candidates preparing for the exam must acquaint themselves with the latest dates, including MPSC Exam Dates 2023, from the table below.

MPSC 2023 Exam Events Dates (Tentative)
MPSC Exam Notification ReleasedFebruary 2023
MPSC Application Start DateFebruary 2023
MPSC Last Date to Apply OnlineMarch 2023
MPSC Admit Card 2023May 2023
MPSC Exam Date For PrelimsJune 04, 2023
MPSC Prelims Answer Key 2023To be notified
MPSC Prelims Final Answer Key 2023To be notified
MPSC Prelims Result 2023To be notified
MPSC Mains Exam DateTo be notified
MPSC Mains Result 2023To be notified
MPSC 2023 final list of selected candidatesTo be notified

MPSC has released the MPSC Exam Date 2022 and the notification. It is advised that candidates who are going to appear in this year's exam should note down the MPSC Exam Date and other important events from the table that is given below. This table has information about the 2022 and 2021 exam cycles.

MPSC Exam Events MPSC 2021 DatesMPSC 2023 Dates
MPSC Exam Notification ReleasedOctober 04, 2021May 11, 2022
MPSC Application Start DateOctober 05, 2021May 12, 2022
MPSC Last Date to Apply OnlineNovember 02, 2021June 24, 2022 (Extended)
MPSC Admit Card January 14, 2022August 11, 2022
MPSC Exam Date For PrelimsJanuary 23, 2022August 21, 2022
MPSC Prelims Answer KeyJanuary 27, 2022To be updated
MPSC Prelims Final Answer KeyMarch 24, 2022To be updated
MPSC Prelims ResultMarch 30, 2022To be updated
MPSC Mains Exam DateMay 07, 08, & 09, 2022January 21, 22, and 23, 2022.
MPSC Mains ResultTo be notifiedTo be notified
MPSC final list of selected candidatesTo be notifiedTo be updated

MPSC Hall Ticket 2023

MPSC Hall Ticket is the most important document for prelims and mains exams. Candidates who have submitted the application form successfully can download the MPSC Rajyaseva Hall Ticket for the mains exam scheduled in January 2023. Applicants can follow the steps below to download the PDF. 

MPSC Rajyaseva Admit Card 2023: Download Here

How To Download MPSC Rajyaseva Hall Ticket 2023?

  • Step 1: Applicants must visit the mpsc. gov. in.
  • Step 2: Aspirants will see an active link with the MPSC Hall Ticket label.
  • Step 3: Candidates have to enter the required credentials.
  • Step 4: Candidates can download the admit card PDF for the Prelims exam.

Documents To Be Carried With MPSC Rajyaseva Hall Ticket 2023

It is important that candidates need to carry valid ID proof along with the MPSC Prelims Hall ticket 2023. Choose any document from the below list.

  • Adhar Card
  • Pan Card
  • Passport
  • Ration Card
  • Voter Card

What is MPSC Exam?

Maharashtra Public Service Commission annually conducts the MPSC examination. The main purpose of conducting the exam is to invite admission for the recruitment of various posts like Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Deputy Registrar Cooperative Societies, Block Development Officer (BDO), etc. It is also known as MPSC Rajyaseva Exam.

The MPSC exam involves a three-stage selection process: prelims, mains, and interviews. Candidates preparing for the exam must clear all the stages to get their name on the final merit list. Every year lakhs of candidates appear for the exam. Only a hand full of candidates get selected, making the MPSC Rajyaseva exam one of the toughest in the state.

MPSC Exam 2023 - Overview

MPSC Exam 2023 - Overview
MPSC ExamDetails
Exam NameMPSC Rajyaseva / Maharashtra Civil Services Exam
Conducting BodyMaharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)
Mode of the examinationOnline
Exam StagesPrelims, Mains and Interview
Exam FrequencyOnce a year
Vacancies501
Eligibility CriteriaGraduate degree required
Language of the examEnglish & Marathi

MPSC 2023 Advertisement

Maharashtra Public Service Commission will soon release the MPSC exam advertisement on its official website. Along with the MPSC advertisement, the MPSC Rajyaseva exam dates are announced. The Prelims exam will be held on June 04, 2023, while the Mains exam date is awaited. MPSC State service notification includes various important dates related to the recruitment process, like application form, exam day, result, number of vacancies, and other information related to the MPSC exam. Candidates can refer to the MPSC Notification provided below.

Download MPSC Advertisement PDF

The selection of candidates for the MPSC exam shall be done through Prelims, Mains, and interviews. Hence, it is of prime importance that the candidates go through the MPSC question paper to qualify for the exam. Read more details below.

MPSC Eligibility Criteria 2023

The MPSC declared the eligibility criteria for the Maharashtra PSC Rajya Seva exam. Candidates who wish to apply must fulfil various conditions or requirements under MPSC Eligibility criteria like educational qualification and age limit. The eligibility criteria for MPSC Rajyaseva are also post-specific. Check out the full detailed MPSC Eligibility Criteria given below:

Nationality

For MPSC Rajyaseva Exam, the applicant must be an Indian Citizen. Residents of Maharashtra state enjoy certain relaxation in eligibility criteria. Candidates must also be fluent in Marathi, both spoken and written to be eligible for the MPSC exam.

MPSC State Service Age Limit

MPSC Rajyaseva Age Limit for the different categories of applicants is provided below. Check the age limit before moving forward with the application process. 

Minimum Age for AllMaximumEx-serviceman / Retired Government OfficerQualified PlayerCandidates with Disabilities
GeneralBackward ClassGeneralBackward ClassGeneralBackward Class
19384343484343Max. 45

Note:

  • To appear for the MPSC state exam, a candidate must have completed a minimum of 19 years of age. MPSC age relaxation for candidates under SC, ST, Backward Class, Ex-serviceman / Retired Government Officer, and Candidates with Disabilities is also mentioned.
  • Any aspirant when 21 years old or above is eligible to appear on any of the MPSC exams, and the maximum age limit is 38 years for General candidates and relaxation as per the existing rules. If aspirants are still pursuing graduation, they can appear as an ‘appearing student’ to attempt the exam. If candidates are not graduating while appearing in Prelims, they can also appear in the exam, but for MPSC Mains, aspirants must be a graduate.

MPSC Educational Qualification

The MPSC Rajyaseva educational qualification states that applicants must have a degree or equivalent from a government-recognized university or institute. The MPSC Rajyaseva educational qualification percentage is not a requirement for the exam. Final-year students may also apply for the MPSC state exam 2023. The final-year students are eligible or appear in the prelims exam. A few posts require additional qualifications for the exam. Check the post-wise additional educational qualification below.

Name of Post

Educational Qualification

Assistant Director Maharashtra Finance and Accounts Services

  • Bachelor's degree in Commerce from a statutory university, with a minimum of 55%, or
  • Passed the final examination of Chartered Accountant conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or
  • Passed the final examination of outlay accounting conducted by the Institute of Cost and Works Accounts or
  • Post Graduate Degree in Commerce from a Statutory University, or
  • Degree (MBA) in Finance and Business Administration from an accredited institution of All India Council of Technical Education.

Deputy Director of Industries (Technical)

  • Degree from a statutory university in engineering (in addition to architectural, town planning, etc., subjects affiliated with the subject groups in civil engineering and civil engineering), or in technology, or
  • Degree of Statutory University in the branch of science

Assistant Regional Transport Officer

A degree in Science or Engineering is required, along with Physics and Mathematics.

MPSC Physical Qualification

Certain posts in the MPSC State service exam require physical qualifications to be met. For the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) / Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) and Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO), given MPSC Physical Qualifications should be met.

  • The minimum height (for male candidates) is 165 cm
  • The minimum height (for female candidates) is 157cms

MPSC Rajyaseva Online Application 2023

The MPSC 2023 application form will be available after the release of the notification. After checking and confirming their eligibility for the exam, candidates can fill out the MPSC Rajyaseva Application 2023. Candidates must follow the instructions below to apply online for the MPSC Exam.

To apply for MPSC Exam, candidates have to follow the step-by-step process without skipping any steps. Missing any step can put candidates in trouble, and it may happen that their application gets rejected. Below stated are the step on how to apply online for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2023:

How to apply online for the MPSC Exam 2023

Below stated are the step on how to apply online for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2023:

  • Visit the official website of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission, which is mpsc. gov. in.
  • Register using a valid email id and phone number, but first, verify them.
  • Candidates will get credentials on their phone or email id.
  • Fill in the complete MPSC application form using correct & valid information.
  • Pay the application fee and upload the scanned photograph and signature to complete the application online process.

MPSC Rajyaseva Application Fees

To complete the application submission, the MPSC State Services application fee must be paid in full. Also, keep in mind that the application fee is non-refundable. Candidates who complete the registration form and submit the application fee can download the admit card before the exam. Only the fee paid through the online mode will be accepted and not through other mediums. Also, the fee for the different categories will not be the same. The details of the application form fee are mentioned below.

CategoryMPSC Application Fees
General CategoryINR 524
OBC/ SC/ST CategoryINR 324

MPSC Vacancy 2023

MPSC announced the detailed list of vacancies through the MPSC Exam. Per the notification, the commission will fill 161 vacancies through the MPSC Rajyaseva exam. The candidates shall be appointed to MPSC Group A and Group B posts. Aspirants can check out the latest MPSC Vacancy in the table given below.

MPSC Vacancy
Post NameClassVacancy
सहायक संचालक महाराष्ट्र वित्त व लेखा सेवा/Assistant Director Maharashtra Finance and Accounts ServiceGroup A09
मुख्याधिकारी नगरपालिका परिषद/Chief Municipal CouncilGroup A22
बाल विकास प्रकल्प अधिकारी/Child Development Project OfficerGroup A28
उपजिल्हाधिकारी/Deputy CollectorGroup A33
पोलीस उपअधीक्षक/Deputy Superintendent of PoliceGroup A41
सहायक राज्यकर आयुक्त/Assistant Commissioner of State TaxationGroup A47
उपमुख्य कार्यकारी अधिकारी/Deputy Chief Executive OfficerGroup A14
उपनिबंधक,सहकारी संस्था/Deputy Registrar, Co-operative SocietiesGroup A2
शिक्षणाधिकारी/Education OfficerGroup A20
प्रकल्प अधिकारी (आयटीडीपी)/Project Officer (ITDP)Group A6
तहसीलदार/TehsildarGroup A25
कक्ष अधिकारी/Section OfficerGroup B5
सहाय्यक प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी/Assistant Regional Transport OfficerGroup B4
उपअधीक्षक राज्य उत्पादन शुल्क/Deputy Superintendent State ExciseGroup B3
सहाय्यक आयुक्त राज्य उत्पादन शुल्क/Assistant Commissioner State ExciseGroup B2
निरीक्षक प्रमाणित शाळा व संस्था तसेच तत्सम/Inspector-certified schools and institutionsGroup B88
सहायक गट विकास अधिकारी/Assistant Group Development OfficerGroup B80
उपअधीक्षक,भूमी अभिलेख/Deputy Superintendent, Land RecordsGroup B3
सहायक निबंधक,सहकारी संस्था/Assistant Registrar, Co-operative SocietiesGroup B2
उपशिक्षणाधिकारी/Deputy Education OfficerGroup B25
सहायक प्रकल्प अधिकारी/Assistant Project OfficerGroup B42
Total 501

MPSC Rajyaseva 2021-2022 Vacancies

MPSC has increased the MPSC 2021-2022 vacancies. Aspirants can check the updated vacancies below in the table.

Post NameClassPost Vacancy
उपजिल्हाधिकारी /Deputy CollectorGroup A12
पोलिस उपअधीक्षक /सहायक पोलिस आयुक्त/ Deputy Superintendent of Police / Assistant Commissioner of PoliceGroup A16
सहाय्यक राज्य कर आयुक्त / Assistant State Tax CommissionerGroup A31
गटविकास अधिकारी व तत्सम पदे / Group Development Officer and similar postsGroup A15
सहायक संचालक महाराष्ट्र वित्त व लेखा सेवा/ Assistant Director Maharashtra Finance and Accounts ServicesGroup A15
उद्योग उपसंचालक (तांत्रिक)/ Deputy Director of Industries (Technical)Group A04
सहाय्यक कामगार आयुक्त/ Assistant Commissioner of LaborGroup A22
उपनिबंधक सहकारी संस्था/ Deputy Registrar Co-operative SocietyGroup A10
मुख्याधिकारी नगरपालिका परिषद गट अ/Chief Officer Municipal CouncilGroup A15
उपशिक्षणाधिकारी व तत्सम पदे महाराष्ट्र शिक्षण सेवा प्रशासन शाखा/ Deputy Education Officer and similar posts Maharashtra Education Service Administration BranchGroup B25
कक्ष अधिकारी/ Section OfficerGroup B39
सहाय्यक प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी/ Assistant Regional Transport OfficerGroup B4
सहाय्यक गटविकास अधिकारी व तत्सम पदे/ Assistant Group Development Officer and similar postsGroup B17
सहाय्यक निबंधक सहकारी संस्था/ Assistant Registrar of Co-operative SocietiesGroup B18
उपअधीक्षक भूमी अभिलेख/ Deputy Superintendent of Land RecordsGroup B15
उपअधीक्षक राज्य उत्पादन शुल्क/ Deputy Superintendent of State ExciseGroup B1
सहाय्यक आयुक्त राज्य उत्पादन शुल्क/ Assistant Commissioner of State ExciseGroup B1
कौशल्य विकास रोजगार व उद्योजकता मार्गदर्शन अधिकारी/ Skill Development Employment and Entrepreneurship Guidance OfficerGroup B16
सरकारी कामगार अधिकारी/ Government Labor OfficerGroup B54
मुख्याधिकारी नगरपालिका परिषद /Chief Officer Municipal CouncilGroup B75
Total405 Posts

Jobs After clearing MPSC Exam

The MPSC Rajyaseva exam is conducted for Class 1 and 2 posts. Check the MPSC Rajyaseva Posts below.

Class 1 PostsClass 2 Posts
Deputy CollectorBlock Development Officer (BDO) – B
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP)Chief Officer, Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad – B
Assistant Commissioner Sales TaxMantralaya Section Officer
Deputy Registrar Co-operative SocietiesSub-registrar Cooperative Societies – B
Deputy Chief Executive OfficerTaluka Inspector of Land Records(TILR)
Superintendent State Excise DeptDeputy superintendent State Excise Dept
Block Development Officer (BDO) – AFinance, Audit & Accounts Service – Group B
Finance, Audit & Accounts Service – Group AAssistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO)
Chief Officer, Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad – ANayab Tahasildar
Tahasildar

MPSC Rajyaseva Salary

The first thing which will attract the candidates to apply for the Maharashtra PSC Rajyaseva exam is the salary that will be offered to any candidates who qualify for the MPSC Rajyaseva recruitment process and work as Class- Officers and Class- B officers under the Maharashtra government. MPSC Salary includes basic pay and various perks and benefits like Travel, house rent, dearness allowance, and others. The Net salary of the MPSC Rajyaseva officer is given below:

Post Salary
Class-A Officer₹15600- ₹39100
Grade Pay according to rules
Class-B Officer₹9300- ₹34800
Grade Pay according to rules

MPSC Exam Attempts

Maharashtra PSC Rajyaseva has six attempts for General Candidates, 9 for OBC, and unlimited for aspirants belonging to SC/ST. Many aspirants analyze and start molding themselves according to the requisites of the exam. Until 2019, there was no cap on the number of attempts for aspirants belonging to any of the categories, but from 2020 onwards, the number of attempts has been defined.

MPSC 2023 exam attempts
CategoryAttempts
UR6
OBC9
SC/STNo limit

MPSC Selection Process 2023

There are three stages of the selection process for the MPSC exam, Prelims, Mains and Interview. The candidates who qualify in the MPSC Prelims Exam are eligible to appear for MPSC Mains Exam and MPSC Interview. Candidates, in order to work as Class-A or Class-B officers under Maharashtra Government, have to clear the whole MPSC Selection Process, which includes various stages listed below:

  • MPSC Prelims Exam,
  • MPSC Mains Exam,
  • MPSC Interview.

MPSC 2023 Exam Pattern

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released a notification about changing the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern for 2023. There will be no effect on the MPSC exam. Candidates who want to apply for the MPSC Rajyaseva exam must know the exam pattern to boost their MPSC Preparation. With the help of the MPSC exam pattern, candidates can know how the questions are asked in the exam and how many questions are asked from different subjects under the MPSC Rajyaseva Syllabus and prepare accordingly. The MPSC exam pattern is below for both the Prelims and Mains examinations.

MPSC Prelims Exam Pattern

The MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam is an Objective Type exam of 400 Marks. The exam has 2 papers General Studies and CSAT.

MPSC Prelims PapersQuestionsMarksDuration
General Studies (GS)1002002 hours
Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT)802002 hours

Note: 1/4 negative marking system is applicable for both papers. Questions are set in both Marathi as well as English mediums.

Changes Made In MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern

  • There will be 9 papers in Mains Exam
  • The total marks will be 1750.
  • To qualify the Paper 1 and 2, a 25% score is mandatory.
  • Mains exam will not be conducted with Multiple Choice Questions, and answers must be answered descriptively.

MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam Pattern

The table below gives candidates an overview of the MPSC Exam Pattern 2023. It is compulsory that candidates know the marking scheme according to different subjects. Also, the full marks in other subjects.

Subject

Maximum Marks

Time Duration

Marathi Language

300

03 Hours

English Language

300

03 Hours

GS Paper I: History, Geography, and Agriculture

250

03 Hours

GS Paper II: Indian polity and laws

250

03 Hours

GS Paper III: Human resource development and human rights

250

03 Hours

GS Paper IV: Science and Technology, Economy

250

03 Hours

Optional Paper 1

250

03 Hours

Optional Paper 2

250

03 Hours

Essay Writing

250

03 Hours

MPSC 2023 Syllabus: Prelims & Mains

To start their MPSC preparation, candidates need to know the syllabus for the MPSC exam. Candidates, with the help of the MPSC syllabus, will be able to know all the importance from which the questions can be asked in MPSC Exam. Check out the detailed syllabus for MPSC Rajyaseva for both the prelims and mains examination given below:

Students must be very clear about the MPSC Rajyaseva Syllabus and the exam pattern for targeted preparation. Check out all the details below. MPSC Rajyaseva syllabus must be thoroughly read before the exam preparation. PDF includes syllabus details for Prelims, Mains, and Optional subjects.

MPSC Prelims Syllabus:

  • It consists of two papers i.e.
    • General Studies (GS) and
    • Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT)
  • General Studies (GS): Current affairs, History, Geography, Polity and governance, Economy, Social Development, Environment, Science.
  • CSAT:
    (a) General mental ability, Basic numeracy
    (b) LR (Logical reasoning) and analytical ability, Decision making and problem-solving
    (c) English Comprehension, Interpersonal skills, communication skills, etc.

MPSC Mains Syllabus

  • Basic Marathi and English language
  • History, Geography, and Agriculture
  • Indian polity and laws
  • Human resource development and human rights
  • Science and Technology and Economy
  • Optional Subject

MPSC Interview: Overall Personality

The last stage of the selection process is the interview process. Candidates who pass the prelims and mains exam of MPSC rajyaseva will be called for the interview. It is also called a personality test. according to MPSC Exam Pattern, in this stage, his/her knowledge level of social and national issues, awareness regarding events occurring around him/her, capacity to take decisions, presence of mind, etc., factors are tested.

MPSC Preparation Tips

While doing MPSC Preparation, candidates must have a study plan and some ace tips. We have mentioned a few tips to help the appearing candidates for the prelims and Mains exams. The expert faculties of rajya seva and ex-toppers review suggest these MPSC P=preparation tips.

  • Know about the latest MPSC Syllabus first for the upcoming exam.
  • Aspirants must ensure they have information about the exam, including exam pattern, marking scheme, etc.
  • Make a study plan and stay dedicated to that.
  • Create long terms and divide them into short-term goals.
  • Keep tracking their performance from time to time.
  • Choose only the authentic books for MPSC Preparation.
  • Create notes in their own language.
  • Spend more time on weak topics.
  • Bullet point notes help candidates revise during last-minute preparation for MPSC Exam.
  • Attend regular mock tests and evaluate their preparation.
  • Solving the MPSC Question Paper will prepare aspirants mentally for the real exam and increase their confidence.

MPSC Previous Years Question Papers

Applicants must go through the previous year's MPSC Rajyaseva question papers to better understand the exam pattern and question trend. The MPSC Previous Years Papers also provide reliable self-assessment and adequate revision before the exam. Solve all the past year's MPSC Rajyaseva question papers to ensure that aspirants are well-prepared before the examination.

MPSC Mock Tests

Attempt a free MPSC state services mock test to determine the usability and gain insights into gaps in their exam preparation. MPSC mock test is curated after examining the exam pattern and covers the entire syllabus. Solve numerous mock tests to ensure that aspirants improve after each test. Multiple revision through the mock test also provides better retention and scores in the exam.

MPSC Books

Candidates preparing for the Maharashtra PSC should prepare the notes with the help of MPSC Books. We have mentioned the subject-wise MPSC Exam Booklist below. These books will help candidates to prepare notes in their own language, including bullet points for the Prelims and mains exams. Check the authentic books for the MPSC exam below.

MPSC Books
History
  • A Brief History of Modern India by Spectrum
  • NCERT Books of Standard 5th to 10th
GeographyNCERT Books of 7th to 12th 
PolityM Laxmikant
Economy
  • NCERT Book of 11th and 12th
  • Economics By Ranjan Kolambe
Current Affairs
  • Daily Newspaper
  • Byjus Exam Prep Current Affairs
MPSC CSAT SimplifiedDhyandeep Publication

MPSC Exam Analysis

BYJU'S Exam Prep Experts provide detailed MPSC Exam Analysis for the Prelims exam that helps candidates understand the exam's toughness. Also, applicants can check the Maharashtra PSC Rajyaseva Exam Analysis to get valuable insights about the exam, such as:

  • Detailed MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Question Paper analysis
  • Subject-wise, MPSC State Services Question Paper Analysis
  • Topics asked under various subjects 
  • Number of questions from each subject
  • MPSC Expected Cutoff
  • The difficulty level of the exam

MPSC Result 2023

After the commencement of Maharashtra PSC State Service (Rajyaseva), the MPSC will announce the result within a short time. Through their login credentials, candidates can check their MPSC results for Prelims and Mains from the official website. Follow the given instructions to download the MPSC Rajyaseva result:

  • Visit the official website of Maharashtra PSC. Candidates can check the homepage for any notification related to MPSC rajyaseva.
  • If the result has been released, candidates can find the notification with the official link for MPSC Rajyaseva Result.
  • Click on the link and log in.
  • Their MPSC result will be displayed on the screen.

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission publish the MPSC final Result of shortlisted applicants after the effective completion of the selection phase (i.e. Prelims, Main, and Interviews). The MPSC final merit list shall be declared after consideration of the candidate's marks in the Main Exam and the Interview. We'll keep aspirants posted on all the updates of MPSC results from the official site.

MPSC Answer Key 2023

After completing the exam, candidates wait for MPSC Exam Answer Key. It helps applicants to evaluate their performance and check the expected score. Usually, the commission releases the answer key for prelims and mains exams a few days after the exam. Candidates download the MPSC Answer Key PDF after the official release on the portal.

MPSC Cut Off 2023

To qualify for the Maharashtra PSC exam, candidates must score minimum qualifying marks, also known as MPSC Cutoff. The expected cutoff for the exam is determined by experts and depends on various factors, which are given below:

  • The number of candidates who will appear for the MPSC Exam.
  • Difficulty level for MPSC exam.
  • Previous year cutoff.

Applicants who score equal to or more than MPSC Cutoff in the Prelims and Mains exam get called for the next round of the selection process. Remember that those candidates who fail to score in the next round of recruitment will not be allowed to appear according to MPSC Rajyaseva Cut off. However, the score won't be the same for every category candidate. Reserved category applicants get some relaxation in the cut-off. Candidates can refer to the MPSC cutoff 2019 to have an idea and how much they need to score to qualify for the examination:

MPSC Cutoff 2019

Category

Sub - Category

Prelims cut off

Mains cut off

OPEN

General

197

459

Female

180

417

Sports

143

352

Orphan

140

298

MPSC FAQs

  • MPSC stands for Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC). MPSC conducts the MPSC State Service Exam or MPSC Rajyaseva Exam to select eligible candidates for various Group A and Group B officers at various branches of the Maharashtra Government.

  • MPSC has released a total of 501 vacancies for the MPSC Rajyaseva post. Candidates can apply for Group A and Group B posts for Assistant Director Maharashtra Finance and Accounts Services, Assistant State Tax Commissioner, Deputy Superintendent of State Excise and other posts.

  • On 1 August 2022, the Maharashtra Public Service Commission announced changes for several MPSC Exams like MPSC Rajyaseva, MPSC Group C, MPSC Combine and etc. Candidates can check the latest changes by clicking this link.

  • Eligible candidates can apply for the MPSC Exam for a limited period of time, as mentioned in the notification. According to the Maharashtra Public Service Commission, applications submitted after the last date for MPSC Application Form will not be accepted by the commission. Only online application is allowed.

  • Candidates can fill up the MPSC Online Application by following the below-mentioned steps. It is important to submit the application form successfully without missing the step below.

    • Visit the MPSC official website.
    • Now, complete the initial registration and provide the details asked there.
    • Fill up the personal and educational details.
    • Pay the MPSC application fee by using the online payment method. Keep in mind it is non-refundable.  
  • To prepare for the upcoming MPSC Exam, candidates should know the syllabus, exam pattern and the latest information. Apart from this, they should follow the below-mentioned tips for preparation.

    • If aspirants have created the topics list, then focus on the hard topics and cover them.
    • Have a preparation plan.
    • Focus on self-evaluation regularly to measure their preparation.
    • Practice with previous year's papers.
  • Per the official advertisement released by Maharashtra Public Service Commission, MPSC Exam Date 2023 for the Prelims exam is June 04, 2023. However, the commission has not informed the MPSC Mains Exam Date 2023. Candidates can appear in the exam after downloading the admit card, as it is mandatory. 

  • The MPSC exam selection process consists of three stages, Prelims, Mains and Interviews. Candidates must qualify at each stage to be appointed to the State Services. Aspirants can go through the detailed MPSC selection process.

  • Per the MPSC advertisement, MPSC Exam is conducted in both English & Marathi. Thus, aspirants must select the language of their choice for the MPSC exam in Prelims or Mains exams.

  • Deputy Collector (Group A) is considered the highest post in MPSC. MPSC recruits candidates for the Group A and Group B posts. Both are highly designated posts in the State. Through the MPSC Exam, the candidates are selected for the following posts:

    • Deputy Collector (Group A)
    • Dy. Superintendent of Police/Assistant Commissioner of Police (Group A)
    • Assistant Director (Maharashtra Finance and Accounts Service – Group A)
    • Industry Deputy Director – Technical (Group A)
    • Tehsildar (Group A)
    • Deputy Education Officer (Maharashtra Education Services – Group A)
    • Assistant Regional Transport Officer (Group A)
    • Room Officer (Group A)
    • Assistant Group Development Officer (Group B)
    • Industry Officer – Technical (Group A)
    • Naib Tehsildar (Group B)
  • The MPSC exam syllabus consists of objective type of questions only. There are two papers for it, General Studies and CSAT. The CSAT is paper 2 and is qualifying in nature. A candidate has to score at least 33% marks on the MPSC CSAT paper. The MPSC syllabus must be known by every candidate appearing for the exam.

  • MPSC Syllabus and MPSC Combine Syllabus have several differences mentioned in the points below.

    • MPSC has 2 papers in Prelims Exam, whereas the MPSC Group B prelims exam has only 1 paper.
    • In Mains, MPSC Syllabus has 9 papers, and the Combined syllabus of MPSC has only 2 papers.
  • Yes, The commission revised the syllabus for the 2023 Exam cycle. The mains exam of the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam will have 9 subjects compared to 6. There will be 2 papers for optional subjects also.

  • Candidates who successfully completed the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam can check the MPSC Result on the official website of the commission. The Commission takes about 2 months to release the result for prelims or mains exams conducted by them.

  • MPSC Cut off is the minimum score required to pass the exam. In case any candidates fail to score according to the prescribed MPSC cutoff, they can not qualify for the next round of the selection process.

  • As per the MPSC Rajyaseva Notification, the number of attempts for every category is fixed and not the same. Check the category-wise allowed number of attempts for the MPSC exam.

    • General Candidates can appear a maximum of 6 times.
    • OBC Candidates are allowed to appear maximum of 9 times in the exam.
    • There is no limit for SC and ST candidates to appear in the MPSC Exam. They can appear until they are eligible. 
  • The MPSC Salary Slab is the information about the payable amount to the candidates who get selected for MPSC vacant posts. The details about MPSC Officer Salary are mentioned below.

    • Class-A Officer - ₹15600- ₹39100
    • Class-B Officer - ₹9300- ₹34800

    This salary slab includes PF deduction and other extra allowances.

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