MPSC Analysis 2022: Rajyaseva (State Services) Prelims Paper Review

MPSC Analysis 2022: Rajyaseva (State Services) Prelims Paper Review

ByArpit Kumar Jain  |  Updated on: Aug 21, 2022
Check MPSC Analysis 2022 For Prelims Exam, scheduled on 21 August 2022. Also, get to know about the detailed Mains Exam analysis, difficulty level for all papers along with good attempts, questions asked, expected cut off, and more here.
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MPSC Analysis 2022 for the prelims exam has been provided to help candidates understand the exam. Exam Analysis done by the BEP experts helps candidates evaluate their exam performance. MPSC paper review is the best process to know the exam details, what is a safe attempt, and the tentative cut-off. You can evaluate your changes to clear the exam with the help of the MPSC Prelims exam analysis.

Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check the detailed MPSC Prelims Exam analysis. The experts review the paper and discuss the difficulty level, subject-wise question distribution, and questions asked. Candidates can check the tentative answer key after the MPSC Prelims analysis from the direct link provided below. Candidates can match their responses and calculate the marks with the key. We also provide the expected cut-off along with MPSC Analysis 2022. A thorough review lets you know your performance in the exam.

MPSC Exam Analysis 2022

MPSC Analysis 2022 for GS and CSAT papers are provided here by the faculties of Byjus Exam Prep. Candidates can check the MPSC Prelims exam analysis for the August 21, 2022, exam below. The paper review for the MPSC Exam Analysis is useful for the candidates who have appeared or will be appearing for the MPSC exam.

The major highlights for the MPSC Prelims exam are discussed below.

  • MPSC Mains exam is conducted in Marathi and English languages.
  • There are two papers in the Prelims exam, Paper 1 is for General Science, and Paper 2 is for CSAT.

Important Links for MPSC Rajyaseva (State Services) Prelims Exam 2022, 21 August

MPSC Exam Analysis - Prelims Difficulty level

After analyzing the papers, the difficulty level of the MPSC Prelims Exam 2022 for GS paper is shared here. The difficulty level is shared after considering the student's reviews.

Subjects Difficulty Level
General Science & Technology Easy-Moderate
Indian PolityEasy-Moderate
Current AffairsModerate-Difficult
Indian HistoryModerate-Difficult
GeographyEasy-Moderate
Environment & EcologyEasy-Moderate
EconomyModerate-Difficult
OverallModerate

Paper 2: MPSC CSAT

The second paper of the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims 2022 exam was conducted in the second shift from 3 PM - 5 PM. Check the difficulty level of the CSAT exam after the exam.

Subjects Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension- BilingualModerate
Reading Comprehension- MarathiModerate-Difficult
Reading Comprehension- EnglishModerate-Difficult
Mathematics & AptitudeModerate-Difficult
ReasoningModerate-Difficult
Decision MakingEasy
OverallModerate

MPSC Analysis 2022: Questions Weightage

Candidates can check the topic weightage in the GS paper of the MPSC Prelims exam. Candidates can check several questions from each section/subject through the MPSC exam analysis 2022.

General Studies Paper 1

Subjects No. of Questions
General Science & Technology 17
Indian Polity15
Current Affairs12
Indian History12
Geography17
Environment & Ecology07
Economy10
Maharashtra Special04
Miscellaneous06
Total100

MPSC CSAT Paper 2

Subjects No. of Questions
Reading Comprehension- Bilingual40 (8 Passages)
Reading Comprehension- Hindi5 Questions
Reading Comprehension- English5 Questions
Mathematics & Aptitude15
Reasoning10
Decision Making5
Total80

MPSC Analysis 2022: Good Attempts

After analyzing the papers, faculties of Byjus Exam Prep shared the MPSC Good Attempts for Prelims GS paper. It is based on the review of appeared candidates and reasonable exam attempts.

MPSC Exam Analysis
DateSubjectGood Attempts
21 August 2022General Studies86-90
CSAT60-65

MPSC Exam Analysis Questions Asked 

Candidates can check the questions asked in Paper 1 (General Studies) and CSAT of the prelims exam after completing the MPSC exam on January 21, 2022. Stay updated with the page for the latest update on the questions asked in the MPSC prelims exam.

MPSC Prelims Exam Analysis - GS Paper Questions Asked

Candidates must check the questions asked in the GS Paper of the MPSC Prelims exam. Candidates can analyze the questions to know the question level, types of questions asked from different topics, etc. 

  • Sagar Cyclonic Storm
  • Middle Age and Copper Age
  • Jhelum is tributary of_______
  • Satluj is a tributary of _________
  • Mountain located between Pravara and Kukadi river
  • Manjira River flows on the Balaghat plateau
  • Satmala and Ajanta mountain
  • Monoclinal fold, isoclinal fold
  • Bhabhar Plains
  • Cattle keeping Gujjars
  • Soil erosion
  • Core Zone, Buffer Zone, Transition Zone
  • Tusi Dam
  • Dulhasti Project
  • Every longitude has a different local time
  • Standard Time System
  • Oldest communities on Earth
  • High biomass producer
  • Rich floral and fauna diversity
  • Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Diversity
  • Simpson’s Diversity Index
  • Bhagwan Mahavir
  • Chemical environment
  • Temperature and soil
  • Human functions and biological components
  • Changing production patterns
  • Calibrated import policy

MPSC Prelims Analysis- CSAT Paper 2

Below we have given some important questions for CSAT Paper 2 from the MPSC Prelims questions paper 2022:

  • Study the following expressions and recognize the structure of the unfamiliar language. Use two assumptions: there are no exceptions to the rule, and only those rules apply, which may be derived from the given expressions.
  • Let 'X' be the median of the data 13, 8, 15, 14, 17, 9, 14, 16, 13, 17, 14, 15, 16, 15, 14. If 8 is replaced by 18, then the median of the data is Y. What is the sum of values of 'X and Y?
  • 5 children are collecting flowers in the garden to make 5 garlands using 25 flowers each. They decided that at the end of the collecting time, they would ensure that they all had an equal number of flowers. Four are only 2 short of making their garland as was decided, and the youngest child could not collect the required number of flowers. So each of the others gave 3 flowers from their collection to equalize the number of flowers.
  • A bag contains 3 white, 2 blue, and 5 red balls. One ball is drawn at random from the bag. What is the probability that the ball drawn is not red?
  • Sanvi was born on 28 February 2018. Then on which day will her 22nd birthday come?
  • A and B can complete work in 15 and 10 days, respectively. They started doing the work together, but after 2 days, B had to leave, and A alone completed the remaining work. In how many days was the work completed?
  • All 36 pupils of the Zilla Parishad School planted in their locality in all 48 plants, a mixture of jambhul and chiku varieties. Every boy planted three jambhul varieties, and each group of two girls planted one chiku variety between them. Select the statement that is not true concerning the above information.
  • Aisha is studying literature of the period 1950 - 2010 for her graduation. She" decided to buy a book to help her with her studies. Information about 5 related books available at the local shop is given below.
  • Two teams are to be compiled from health workers M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, and T selected from all over the State for executing health-related programs. Each worker will be in either of the teams, and one of the teams can accommodate at most five or at least four workers. Given below is some more information about the workers.
  • Daya, Maya, Saya, Jia, and Nia are housewives whose team takes care of the garden in their colony. They wanted to visit places Shela, Kota, Moha, Heta, and Vela for vacation. They choose to take these holidays in March, June, September, November, and December. Following are some additional related facts. Jia took a holiday in December but did not visit Moha or Heta. Maya went to Shela in June. Daya went to Kota but not in March or September. Nia went on holiday in March, but as she had visited Heta, she did not go there. Select the person who went on holiday in November.
  • Given below is the main statement that is followed by statements labeled (a), (b), (c), and (d). Select the ordered pair of statements where the 1st statement implies the 2nd and the two statements are logically consistent with the main statement. You can watch a drama only if you have a ticket.
  • There is an equal number of men and women in a family of six. There are two fathers and two sons. Additional information about these family members is given below. Ram is the eldest, and Nita is the youngest of the family. The farmer is the father of the writer and also of the doctor. Nita is Sameer's sister, and both are teenagers. Their mother is a teacher. The only couple in the family is Jayesh and Nadira. Anna is not married and is the daughter of Ram.
  • All persons of a certain community are in the habit of answering any question in two sentences, and one of these is always true, and another one is always false. A visitor came across three persons of this community: one of them is a doctor, another one is a lawyer, and the third one is a farmer. Study the reply of these persons to a question about their professions and select the true statement from the given options.

MPSC Exam Analysis - Section-wise review

Candidates who appeared in the MPSC prelims 2022 exam can check section wise review:

MPSC Prelims GS Paper 1 Reviews

  • The overall pattern of questions in General Studies Paper 1 was medium class. This time there were around 20 questions on General Science. Also, a lot (17 questions) were asked on the subject of Indian polity. Only general science questions were relatively difficult; all other questions were of easy difficulty level.
  • The commission had asked questions on the current affairs component from 2021 to March 2022.
  • A total of four questions were asked in History, two each on Ancient and Medieval. Questions on the History of Modern India component were difficult at this time. A few questions were FACTUAL at this time on Indian polities, such as the Article Amendment. But overall, the questions on this subject were easy. The Section of Current Affairs and Economy also asked two questions on this subject.

MPSC Prelims CSAT Paper 2 Reviews

  • The overall format of the CSAT paper was in the 'Medium' category. This time CSAT was Qualifying for the first time, but the paper was easy to qualify.
  • Bilingual passages were asked very easily. The questions could be solved from the passages as they were; only the passages in Marathi and English were in difficult form.
  • At this time, Reasoning questions were the most focused so you will see Reasoning questions with very long sentences in this paper.

Also, questions were asked in this question paper on the following factors:

  1. time-work
  2. calendar
  3. Probability
  4. Choose the correct hypothesis
  5. Assumptions
  6. Select the digit pair
  7. Venn diagram
  8. direction
  9. Examples of trains

MPSC Prelims Expected Cut Off 2022

Check the MPSC Prelims expected cut-off in 2022 in the table below. The MPSC cut-off 2022 is decided based on the difficulty level of the question paper, the number of candidates who appeared for the exam, etc.

MPSC Expected Cut Off 2022
CategoryExpected Cut Off
General106 ± 2

MPSC Rajyaseva Analysis Previous Year's

Byjus Exam Prep has examined the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam 2022 and provided the difficulty level in the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims 2022 Exam and how many questions were asked on which subject. Check all the details of MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam Analysis 2022 on the webpage. We have provided a detailed analysis covering the exam's difficulty level, the types of questions asked, and more.

The prelims exam was conducted on January 23, 2022. There are a total of 2 papers, and both papers are objective. Candidates appearing for the exam can download MPSC Rajyaseva Question Papers PDF and check the expected cutoff here.

BYJU'S Exam Prep Experts provide the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam Analysis, which covers the following topics:

  • Detailed MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Subject-wise analysis 
  • Subject-wise, MPSC Rajyaseva Paper Analysis 2022
  • Topics asked under various subjects 
  • Number of questions from each subject
  • MPSC Rajyaseva Expected Cutoff 
  • The difficulty level of the exam 
  • MPSC Rajyaseva Answer Key

MPSC Analysis 2022 - Prelims Difficulty Level

Check the difficulty level of the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam 2022 for the G.S. & CSAT exams. Applicants can check the section-wise level of questions below.

General Studies Paper 1

MPSC Rajyaseva prelims 2022 paper, the maximum number of questions are asked from General Science, History, Polity, and Current Affairs. Check the difficulty level table below.

Subjects 

Difficulty Level

General Science & Technology 

Moderate-Hard

Indian Polity

Moderate-Easy

Current Affairs

Moderate-Easy

Indian History

Moderate-Hard

Geography

Moderate-Hard

Environment & Ecology

Moderate-Easy

Economy

Moderate-Hard
OverallModerate-Hard

Paper 2: MPSC CSAT

The second paper of the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims 2022 exam was conducted in the second shift from 3 PM - 5 PM. Check the difficulty level of the CSAT exam below.

Subjects 

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension- Bilingual

Moderate-Hard

Reading Comprehension- Hindi

Moderate-Easy

Reading Comprehension- English

Moderate-Hard

Mathematics & Aptitude

Moderate-Easy

Reasoning

Moderate-Hard

Decision Making

Moderate-Easy

Overall

Moderate-Hard

MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Analysis - Questions Marks Weightage

We have complied with the subject weightage in the exam. Candidates can check several questions from each section/subject in the MPSC Rajyaseva exam 2022.

General Studies Paper 1

Subjects 

No. of Questions

General Science & Technology 

20

Indian Polity

15

Current Affairs

15

Indian History

15

Geography

15

Environment & Ecology

05

Economy

15

Total

100

MPSC CSAT Paper 2

Subjects 

No. of Questions

Reading Comprehension- Bilingual

8 Passages (40 Questions)

Reading Comprehension- Hindi

1 Passage (5 Question)

Reading Comprehension- English

1 Passage (5 Question)

Mathematics & Aptitude

15

Reasoning

10

Decision Making

05

Total

80

MPSC Rajyaseva Subject-Wise Review

Aspirants who had appeared in the exam can check wise paper review of the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims exam:

GS Paper 1

  • This year MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims exam is on the lengthy side per the student's reviews.
  • Most questions have more than two statements or match the following, which is time-consuming.
  • Science & Tech. Questions involve time-consuming calculations.
  • Candidates feel that the questions have 2 or 4 subsumed.
  • The overall difficulty level was medium to hard. 
  • There were no questions from medieval and ancient history. 
  • The current issues are based on the year 2020 and 2021. But the main focus was on the 2020 questions.

CSAT Paper 2

  • Forty questions were asked in about eight passages. One excerpt was on the Marathi language; one was on English.
  • The questions in the sections of the arithmetic and intelligence test were a bit long but easy to solve. You just need to be able to use the mathematical operations properly.
  • Thquestionon of decision-making was also a little easier.

MPSC Exam Analysis - Questions Asked 

The following questions were asked in MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Examination 2022:

GS Paper 1

  • Justice Ranade welcomed Deccan Agriculturist Relief Act because...
  • The state of Maharashtra Mumbai' was established on May 01, 1960. How many districts and Talukas were there in the newly created Maharashtra State?
  • Who among the following founded the Independence for India League?
  • Who among the following was head of the 'Swadeshi Vastu Pracharini Sabha' organization?
  • Match the following prisoners sent from Maharashtra to Andaman with their place of residence.
  • Match the social reformers with their literature
  • The following individuals supported 'The Hindu Code Bill' forwarded by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar in the views of women empowerment.
  • Dinshaw Wancha wrote a letter to Dadabhai Naoroji on November 18, 1899, to convey the failure of Congress.
  • Annabhau Sathe used the following means to spread the Communist Ideology.
  • Observe the statements regarding mineral oil production.
  • Match the following plateaus with their continents
  • Match the pairs of Indian rivers and waterfalls on it

CSAT Paper 2

  • For an examination, there were FIVE subjects. The examination starts on Monday. Mathematics paper was previous to history. Science paper was after Geography, and Marathi paper was between Geography and History. Examination starts from which subject?
  • How many of the following numbers are not divisible by 273?
  • Select the appropriate pair of words from the given options for filling the space and make two sentences with equivalent meanings.
  • Select the fold that is obtained by folding transparent sheet Y.
  • A man faces west and turns through 45° clockwise, again 180° clockwise, and then turns through 270° anticlockwise. In which direction is he facing now?
  • Suppose a bag contains 2 red, 3 green, and 2 blue balls, and two balls are drawn at random. What is the probability that none of the balls drawn is blue?
  • The number code for three words from among REST, MITE, STIR, and TRIM are listed here in a random order as 1456, 3154, and 4231. Select the code for the word SEMI.
  • The average age of persons A, B, C, and D is 30 years. Determine the age of D.
  • When a plot is sold for 18,700, the owner loses 15%. At what price must that plot be sold to gain 15%
  • Some amount is to be distributed among A, B, C, and D in the proportion of 5:2:4:3, respectively. If C gets 1000 more than D, what is the share of B?
  • Read the information carefully and use it to select the answer to the question.
  • Study the statements given below and the conclusions that follow these. Select the appropriate conclusion that is based on the given statements.

MPSC Mains Exam Analysis 2021

The main exam was conducted on December 04, 05 & 06, 2021. There are a total of 6 papers. Language papers are subjective and objective, whereas general studies papers are objective (MCQ).

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Video Analysis December 06, 2021

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Video Analysis December 05, 2021

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Video Analysis December 04, 2021

MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Difficulty Level

We have presented the difficulty level of the MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam for each department/section. Candidates can check the level of questions in the section-wise table.

Paper 1: Marathi & English (December 04, 2021)

Sections

Difficulty Level

Marathi Language (Descriptive) (मराठी)

Easy-Moderate

English Language (Descriptive)

Easy-Moderate

Marathi Language (Objective)

Moderate-Easy

English Language (Objective)

Moderate-Easy

Overall

Easy-Moderate

General Studies 1: History & Geography (December 05, 2021)

Sections

Difficulty Level

History

Medium-Difficult

Geography

Easy-Medium

Agriculture

Easy-Medium

Overall

Easy-Medium

General Studies 2: Indian Constitution & Indian Politics (with Special Reference to Maharashtra) and Law (December 05, 2021)

Sections

Difficulty Level

Indian Polity & Constitution

Easy-Medium

Law

Medium-Difficult

Overall

Easy-Medium

General Studies 3: Human Resource Development & Human Rights (December 06, 2021)

Sections

Difficulty Level

Human Resource Development

Medium-Difficult

Human Rights

Easy-Medium

Overall

Medium-Difficult

General Studies 4: Economics and Planning, Developmental Economics and Agricultural Science & Technology (December 06, 2021)

Sections

Difficulty Level

Economics & Agriculture

Medium-Difficult

Science and Technology Development

Simple-Medium

Overall

Medium-Difficult

MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Analysis - Questions Marks Weightage

In the following tabular, the question marks weightage of this paper has been provided:

Paper 1: Marathi & English Language (December 04, 2021)

Subjects

Number of questions

Total Marks

Marathi Language (मराठी)

3

50

English Language (इंग्रजी)

3

50

Total

6

100

Paper 2: Marathi & English Language (December 04, 2021)

Subjects

Number of questions

Total Marks

Marathi Language (मराठी)

50

50

English Language (इंग्रजी)

50

50

Total

100

100

Paper 3: G.S. 1 History, Geography, and Agriculture (December 05, 2021)

Subjects

Number of questions

Total Marks

History

60

60

Geography

6060

Agriculture

3030

Paper 4: G.S. 2 Indian Polity and Law (December 05, 2021)

Subjects

Number of questions

Total Marks

Indian Polity & Constitution

 120

 120

Law

30

30

Paper 5: G.S. 3 Human Resources Development and Human Rights (December 06, 2021)

Subjects

Number of questions

Total Marks

Human Resources Development

100

100

Human Rights

50

50

Paper 6: G.S. 4 Economics and Planning, Developmental Economics and Agricultural Science & Technology (December 06, 2021)

Subjects

Number of questions

Total Marks

Economics & Agriculture

 105

 105

Science & Technology

45

45

MPSC Rajyaseva English/ Marathi Section-Wise Review

Candidates who appeared in the exam can check subject-wise review:

Paper 1: Marathi & English Language (December 04, 2021)

Marathi Language (मराठी)

  • Three questions were asked in the Marathi language section.
  • The paper was composed of 25 marks for an essay, 15 for translating English into Marathi, and 10 for summary writing.

English Language (इंग्रजी)

  • The English language section consisted of writing an essay, translating it into English, and writing a summary.

Paper 2: Marathi & English Language (December 04, 2021)

Marathi Language (मराठी)

  • MPSC Rajyaseva Main Examination 2020 Paper 2 had 50 questions on the Marathi language.
  • Looking at the nature of the overall questions, the questions were in the medium-difficult category
  • मराठी भाषेच्या प्रश्नांमध्ये भावे प्रयोग, होकारार्थी-नकारार्थी वाक्य रूपांतर, सर्वनाम, शब्दयोगी अव्यय, समानार्थी, गटाचा योग्य पर्याय, मिश्र वाक्य, क्रियाविशेषण, वाक्प्रचार, समानार्थी शब्दांच्या जोड्या इत्यादी घटकांवर प्रश्न विचारले होते.

English Language (इंग्रजी)

  • MPSC Rajyaseva Main Examination 2020 Paper 2 had 50 questions on the English language.
  • Looking at the nature of the overall questions, the questions were in the medium-difficult category
  • The English language questions included the following types of questions:
    Suffix, correct punctuation mark, active voice, passive voice, opposite word, match correctly, similar meaning, correct expression, synonyms, complete the sentence, adverb comparative degree, Complex sentence, indirect expression

Paper 3: G.S. 1 History, Geography, and Agriculture (December 05, 2021)

History

  • There were about 60 questions on the subject of history.
  • Looking at the nature of the overall questions, the questions were in this category of a difficult medium.
  • The questions in the history section were on the objectives of the Depressed Classes Mission, pre-Congress organizations, newspapers, Governor-General, Army policy, Kisan Sabha, non-Brahmin newspapers, Bombay Herald, and Lokmanya Tilak's close associates.

Geography

  • There were about 60 questions on the subject of geography.
  • Looking at the overall nature of the questions, the questions were in the easy-medium category.
  • In the geography section, questions were asked on factors such as seals and borders, the quantity of coal, tourist attractions in the Buldhana district of Indian territory, high-quality steel, landscaping, bauxite reserves, etc.

Agriculture

  • There were about 30 questions on the subject of agriculture.
  • Looking at the overall nature of the questions, the questions were in the easy-medium category.
  • The questions in the Department of Agriculture were on factors such as irrigation system, vector data ratio, acid rain, nutrients, mortality, soil surface, ecosystems, global warming, watersheds, soils, magnesium nutrients, etc.

Paper 4: G.S. 2 Indian Polity and Law (December 05, 2021)

Indian Polity

  • About 120 questions were asked about the Indian state system and constitution.
  • Looking at the overall nature of the questions, the questions were in the easy-medium category.
  • Article 370, Primary Education, Lokpal Act, Basic Duties, Appendices to Constitution, Center-State Relations, Lokayukta in Maharashtra, Secular State, National Commission for Women, Government of India Act 1935, Section 368, Governor, Judicial Activities, Parliament, etc. Questions were asked about the components.

Law

  • There were thirty questions on this element of the law.
  •  Looking at the overall nature of the questions, the questions were in the easy-medium category.
  • Questions on these Act components include the Prevention of Corruption Act, Legal Services Authority Act, Environmental Protection Act, Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, Information and Technology Act, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Act, Administrative Acts, Women's Protection Act, Maharashtra Land Revenue Code. , Civil rights, etc.

Paper 5: G.S. 3 Human Resources Development and Human Rights (December 06, 2021) 

Human Resource Development

  • A total of 100 questions were asked in the exam on human resource development.
  • Looking at the overall nature of the questions, the questions were also in the middle-difficult category.
  • The issues in the field of human resource development include World Health Organization goals, Stand up India, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, University Grants Commission, 2011 census, Employment Guarantee Scheme, Literacy rate, Key components of rural development, the Birth rate in India, National Rural Health Campaign, Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana, Urban Census, Human Resource Development, Volunteers, etc.

Human Rights

  • A total of fifty questions were asked on this part of human rights.
  • Looking at the overall nature of the questions, the questions were also in the easy-medium category.
  • Questions in the area of ​​human rights include Consumer Protection Act, Consumer Protection Act 2019, National Labor Commission, Divyang, Sardar Sarovar Dam, International Organization for Persons with Disabilities, Sustainable Forest Management, Maharashtra Welfare Program, Pradhan Mantri Jandhan Yojana, National Legal Appellate Tribunal, Social reform clauses, integrated education for children with disabilities, etc.

Paper 6: G.S. 4 Economics and Planning, Developmental Economics and Agricultural Science & Technology (December 06, 2021)

Economics & Agriculture

  • One hundred five questions were asked on economy and agriculture.
  • Looking at the nature of the overall questions, the questions were in the middle-difficult category.
  • The following factors on the economy and agriculture include Regional Trade Organization, Development Index, Money, World Bank, Unemployment, Lawrence Curve, Natural Resources, Natural Unemployment Rate, Gender Capacity Measure, Revenue Expenditure, Government Expenditure, Inflation Net Expenditure Benefit, Definition of National Income, Difficulties in National Income Measurement, Private Goods and Public Goods, Green House Gas, Regressive Taxes, Inflation, Population Transition Theory, Poverty Line, Net Production, Gross Domestic Product, Public Debt, Human Development Index, Poverty in India, Annapurna Scheme, Urea policy, etc.

Science & Technology

  • There were about 45 questions on the science and technology component. 
  • Looking at the total number of questions, the questions were in the easy-medium category.
  • Some of the questions in science and technology were very long.
  • Science and technology include the following components: Nano Mission, National Guidelines for Genetic Drug Treatment, Turtle Care Project, Mahabeej Biotechnology Center Nagpur, Department of Biotechnology in India, Biological Control, Types of Cancer, Childhood Paternity Test Percentage, Indian Ocean Tsunami, Jungle clearing, Mumbai Bomb Spot, floating leafy plants, types of organic fertilizers, etc.

The following questions were asked in MPSC Rajyaseva Main Examination:

Paper 1: Marathi & English Language (December 04, 2021)

1.खालीलपैकी एका विषयावर 400 शब्दात निबंध लिहा.
(a) ऑनलाईन शिक्षण - सोय की गैरसोय
(b) मायबोली-मराठीचा महिमा संस्कृतीचा दागिना
2. इंग्रजी उताऱ्याचे मराठीत भाषांतर करा.
3.पुढील उताऱ्याचे 1/3 शब्दात सारांश-लेखन करा, आणि त्याला योग्य असे शीर्षक द्या.

1. Write an essay on one of the following topics in about 400 words :
(a) Problems of Working Women
(b) An Ideal Citizen
2. Translate the following passage into English.
3. Write a precis of the following passage in about 1/3 of its original length and suggest a suitable title:

Paper 2: Marathi & English Language (December 04, 2021)

  • अमृताहूनी गोड नाम तुझे देवा.
  • अधोरेखित शब्दाला पर्यायी समानार्थी शब्द कोणता
  • 'पुण्यात्मके पापे स्वर्गा जाईजे' हे कोणत्या भावे प्रयोगाचे उदाहरण आहे ?
  • खालील होकारार्थी वाक्याचे नकारार्थी वाक्य करा.
  • या लोकांचे अज्ञान पाहून मला दुःख होते.
  • 'मध्यरात्री स्मशानभूमीत कोण जाईल?' या प्रश्नार्थक वाक्याचे विधानार्थी वाक्यरूपांतर कोणते होईल
  • Let the light be switched off.
  • Which of the following sentences is the Active Voice corresponding to the above sentence?
  • Identify the words which take the prefix "en-."
  • Which of the following is the correct meaning of the phrase?
  • 'to call a spade
  • Which word is opposite to the word printed in capitals in the given sentence? Eating bananas can be HEALTHY for babies.
  • Identify the sentence in which the word 'mud' is used as an adjective:

Paper 3: G.S. 1 History, Geography, and Agriculture (December 05, 2021)

  • Match the following Bhupalis and their composers.
  • Arrange the following newspapers in chronological order.
  • India retained the landmass of undivided India after the partition.
  • Identify the correct pair for their participation and leadership in Chipko's Environmental Movement.
  • Objectives of the Depressed Classes Mission Institute.
  • Match the following companies and the places where they are located.
  • Match the following treatises and their authors.
  • By 1930 A.D. Kisan Sabha was established in
  • Who from the following were the closest associates of Lokmanya Tilak?
  • In September 1816, who got the sanction to suppress the Pindharis from the Court of Directors?
  • Institutions established by Sir Syed Ahmed
  • Who is described in the following lines?
  • He was a teacher in Hindu College, Calcutta.
  • Put the following Associations in chronological order
  • In 1875 the farmers in the two districts in Maharashtra insurrections against a pasen-broker. Landholder and the British Officer?
  • Match the pairs of the following newspapers and their founders or editors.
  • Where is the Mumbai High Oil field?
  • Where is Nighoj famous for Ranjankhalge?
  • What is the reason for the formation of the whole of Konkan?
  • Where bauxite deposits are found in the Mumbai suburbs
  • APMC Markets What are the important portals for agricultural market creation?
  • Choose the correct answer to the Indian Peninsula topic.
  • In the first stage, the river flows down a steep slope, forming a form of bhup
  • This coal has the highest carbon content
  • Pairs of sanctuary and district
  • Which metal is used to make high-quality steel?
  • In which village is Dharmaveer Gad located?
  • Who is the author of the book "Impact on Geographical Environment"?
  • Young, bright, sea, and peacock are what species
  • The core of Earth's core is mainly made of metal
  • Which beach storage is ugly
  • Which of the following shapes is formed by the action of river erosion?
  • What is the separation between the two layers of seal and boundary?
  • Which river is a tributary of the Ganges and originates near Amarkantak?
  • Pairs of tourist attractions in Buldhana district
  • Alan, Simple, and Hobolt Ratzel are supporters of what
  •  What subject did Wegner study?
  • This scientist has rewarded the possibility of debate
  • Which places in Maharashtra are not included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites?
  • This is known as migrant farming in the Western Ghats
  • Identify the correct statements about coal
  • Which of the following types of coastline is found in Konkan?
  • Which plateau is found to the west of the Aravali Mountains?
  • What kind of population is there where the land is intruded into the sea?
  • Apsara, Ambika, Chanderi, and Krantigold are some crop varieties grown in Maharashtra.
  •  Who are the main promoters of the "Stop and Go" ideology?
  • According to the 2011 census, Maharashtra ranks highest in terms of urbanization.
  • Consider the following statements regarding the Kyoto Protocol
  • The percentage of neon gas is mainly due to the dry air in the atmosphere
  • What is mission power
  • What is a horse axis?
  • Pairs of country and satellite
  • Consider the following statements about the Prosperity Highway
  • Kopan weather classification
  • When was the DRDO established?
  • What is Lopdar?
  • Census 2011 District's population in descending order
  • According to the 2011 census, what percentage of people in the state of Maharashtra had migrated from other states
  • What is acid rain?
  • What is the climate of the Sindhudurg district?
  • When was the Environmental Protection Act enacted in India?
  • Consider the following statements about Megha
  • What kind of rain is found in Cherrapunji?
  • India's first carbon-free state
  • What indoor winds blow from the subtropical high wind load region to the tropical gas load region?
  • Consider the following statements about remote sensing techniques
  • In which city was the first environmental conference held in 1972?
  • Which of the following is an ecosystem?
  • It is an important living organism in the Northern Hemisphere
  • Millibars are used to measure which part of the atmosphere
  • Which period is known as the steady period of Indian population growth
  • Which of the following options represents the vector data type
  • This ___ scale of satellite imagery can identify most plant species.
  • The Earth's atmosphere absorbs these _______ wavelengths, so they are not used in remote sensing.
  • The distance between two points on the map is three centimeters, and the corresponding distance in the aerial photograph is twelve centimeters.
  • The receiver system in the global positioning system includes one of the following.
  • Combinations of nutrients and plant functions
  • What are the perfect agricultural inputs given for crop growth considering soil climate and crop management implementation?
  • Since groundwater availability is essential, which of the following issues is relevant?
  • Identify the correct statements about chicken soil
  • According to the Indian Constitution, protecting the environment is a fundamental duty of every Indian
  • What is the land called if the surface of the land is more than seven?
  • What is the name given to the living beings who eat the useless and discarded parts of the living and the partially decomposed food?
  • Vertical perforation of the soil from its surface to the unaffected matrix is ​​called perforation.
  • The land and water resources are used alternately for the expected production, and the ones that cause the least damage to the natural resources are called _____
  • Rainfall that has a higher _________ than normal rainfall is called acid rain.
  • Which soil reformer has the highest gypsum equivalent
  • The depletion of the ozone layer in the atmosphere will increase the amount of _________ sunlight coming to the Earth and will cause problems for the agricultural sector as well as for the health of animals and humans.
  • What determines the drainage coefficient
  • The use of energy in an ecosystem is called _______
  • Which of the following is a rainwater harvesting technique?
  • Identify the correct statements about irrigation.
  • Apply for the correct order according to the increasing order of water holding capacity in the Wafa condition of the soil
  • What is the function of magnesium in crop growth?
  • Excessive amounts of which cause soil to clump and reduce water seepage into the soil
  • The amount of rainwater in the catchment area depends on which factor
  • When it is said that the land has become barren
  • Identify proper statements of land and irrigation
  • The atmosphere's ability to absorb most of the sunlight on the Earth's surface and its low reflection of sunlight is called ____________
  • Identify the right statements about agriculture.
  • When did the Paris Agreement come into force at the United Nations Convention on Climate Change?
  • Various activities of human and animal mismanagement of land Deforestation
  • Which factor is not directly responsible for global warming?
  • One of the branches of soil science, especially energy, which studies its basic classification and description, is called ________.
  • Mechanical measures of energy and water conservation are ______________
  • ____________ is studied to determine the favorable effect of water given on economic / profitable crop production.

Paper 4: G.S. 2 Indian Polity and Law (December 05, 2021)

  • Consider the following statements about Article-370 of the Indian Constitution:
  • Under the following article of the Constitution of India, a Provision has been made for the State Government to provide Primary Education in the mother tongue to the children of the linguistic minority community.
  • Which one of the following statements about the main features of the Lokpal and Lokayukta Act-2013 is incorrect?
  • Consider the following statements regarding Parliamentary Privileges
  • Which Constitutional Amendment/s is/are related to Fundamental Duties?
  • Provisions regarding relations between the Union and the States are mentioned in part of the Indian Constitution.
  • Which among the following is not true about Lokayukta in Maharashtra?
  • The term 'Secular State in the context of the Indian Constitution refers to_.

Paper 5: G.S. 3 Human Resources Development and Human Rights (December 06, 2021) 

  • What are the main Aims of the World Health Organization?
  • Below are some statements regarding the stand-up India Scheme:
  • The following are some statements regarding the Prime Minister Skill Development Scheme.
  • What is the percentage of Urban Population in the total population in India (2011 Census)?
  • What are the features of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme?
  • Literacy rate in India as per the 2011 census
  • What are the key components of Rural Development?
  • Which of the following schemes was launched in Maharashtra to provide the farm produce directly by the farmers in rural areas to the consumers?
  • Which of the following are reasons for the higher birth rate in India?
  • Which of the following options are correct concerning Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana?

Paper 6: G.S. 4 Economics and Planning, Developmental Economics and Agricultural Science & Technology (December 06, 2021)

  • The Lorenz curve is a technique to examine which of the following issues is related to economic growth.
  • When you are not getting work, even if you want to work at the prevailing wage rate, unemployment is called as
  • Which of the following programs for economic reforms was prepared by IMF and the world bank to provide conditional loans to India in 1991
  • According to Fisher's Quantity theory of money, V Alphabet shows which of the following variable?
  • Regional trade associations develop through which of the following stages?
  • Which of the following is the correct statement regarding Development Index?
  • Which of the following was the main objective of establishing the International Monetary Fund under the Bretton Woods system?
  • According to Arthur Lewis, natural resources and economic development depend on each other.
  • The concept of 'natural rate of unemployment was introduced by which of the following economists?
  • Gender empowerment measure calculates which of the following
  • As per the classification of public expenditure, which of the following is revenue expenditure?
  • Inflation is created due to an increase in government expenditure.
  • Who stated the theory of Absolute cost Advantage of International Trade
  • Who adopted consumption as a criterion for national income?

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