The Maharashtra Public Service commission is a department which is created by the government of India. They conduct examination to select candidates for civil services exams in the state of Maharashtra. They select candidates according to the merit and the rules of reservation. The head office of Maharashtra Public Service Commission is situated in Mumbai,Maharashtra. They provide smooth and good to the government of Maharashtra by providing capable candidates for various government post in the state. They advise the state government on various service matters like recruitment rules, promotions and transfer of the employee and what disciplinary actions to be taken if there’s any breach done by any employee in the candidate. The current chairman of the MPSC is Shri V.N More. The commission consist of a chairman and 4 members. There function is to conduct examination to the service of the state government and its designated organisations. They advise the government in the matters related to the compensation for the employees,if any harm caused to them while working.
WHY JOIN MPSC?
Candidates now a days wants a job which has job security,which will give them good salary and a good reputation in the society. But getting this type of job is really a hard task for the candidates. They are working in private organisation where the salary is less and the workload is more. Tension of getting there targets completed on time is always there in there head. So if they want tension free life with handsome salary and a good future. Then they should join Maharashtra Public Service Commission. They provide good platform for the candidates to achieve greater heights in there career. The commission gives good salary, employees benefits such as medical retirement and other employees related benefits to there employees. So working here in this department will be beneficial for candidates money wise and future wise.
Nationality: Candidates applying must be a citizen of India.
FOR FOOD SECURITY OFFICER: Candidates applying for this post must have a degree in Food Technology, Dairy Technology, Biotechnology, Oil Technology or Agriculture Science. The trades acceptable equally with these are the Veterinary Sciences, Bio-Chemistry, Microbiology or the Masters Degree in Chemistry or Medicine.
ASSISTANT ENGINEER: Candidates who are applying for this post must have completed there B.Tech from recognized university/board.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: Candidates applying for this post must posses master degree in trade with eight years experience in teaching or research. The requirement equally acceptable is the Ph.D. Degree in the concerned disciplines.
FOR FOOD SECURITY OFFICER: The maximum age limit for this job is 33 years of age. The relaxation in the age is well acceptable from the candidates as per the rules and the regulations.
FOR ASSISTANT ENGINEER: Candidates who are applying for this post must be 33 years of age and not be exceeding more than that. The relaxation in the age is given to the candidates with the community of the reserved.
FOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: Candidates applying for this post must not be exceeding the age of 45 years. Relaxation will be provided for the candidates who are from reserved quota.
FOR FOOD SECURITY OFFICER: Rs. 9,300 – Rs. 34,800/- Grade pay Rs. 4,400/-
FOR ASSISTANT ENGINEER: The pay scale for this post is Rs.15600/- to Rs.39100/- with Grade Pay Rs.5400/-.
FOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: Candidates who have applied for this post must be giving a handsome salary of Rs.15,600-39,100/-pm
WHO CAN APPLY AND HOW?
Candidates who fits in the eligibility criteria can apply for in Maharashtra Public Service Commission. Candidates must have a graduation degree in there hands because only graduate candidates can apply for various post in the department. Here are some important steps for the candidates on how to apply in MPSC:
- Candidates should visit the official website of MPSC.
- Then click on the latest recruitment link.
- Then click on the new registration option.
- Enter all your important details.
- Upload your passport size photo,with signature as well.
- Then complete your payment process.
- Candidates can download the application form for future use.
The official website of Maharashtra Public Service Commission is http://www.mpsc.gov.in/. Candidates can search latest recruitment which are coming up in the department from here. Candidates can download there admit cards from this website. If candidates want previous year sample paper’s then they should rely on the official website. For checking the latest results candidates can switch to this website. Apart from all of these things candidates can also see there functions and latest set of rules as well.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR MPSC EXAMS?
Candidates who are applying for this exam have to prepare very hard to get the things done i.e to get the job in there hands. They have to mug up all the important things before the exam in order to clear the exam. Here we are giving you the exam pattern and the syllabus so that candidates can plan for there exams. MPSC exam is divided into two stages, First is the pre-exams and the second is the mains exams. Candidates will have to clear pre exam because if they don’t succeed in clearing pre exams,they will not be allowed to seat in the exam. Here’s the pattern for preliminary examination:
- Arts and Social Sciences 30 Marks
- Intellegence Test 50 Marks
- Current Affairs 30 Marks
- Science and Technology 30 Marks
- Commerce and Economics 30 Marks
- Agriculture 30 Marks
- Total 200 Marks
Here’s the pattern for Mains examination:
- General Studies – 1
- Contents Marks
- History 40
- Geography of India 40
- Indian Polity 40
- Human resource Development 40
- Human Rights 40
- Total 200
- General Studies – 2
- Contents Marks
- India and World (India’s position in global happenings) 40
- Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development 40
- Development of natural resources 40
- Development of Sciences & Technology 40
- Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams 40
- Total 200
Here’s the list of optional subjects,which candidates can choose. Here are as follows:
- Agriculture Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development
- Horticulture Economics
- English Literature Geography
- Sanskrit Literature Political Science and International Relations
- Hindi Literature History
- Management Marathi Literature
- Philosophy Psychology
- Botany Sociology
- Urdu Literature Accountancy and Auditing
- Computer Science Law
- Zoology Chemistry
- Geology Mathematics
- Microbiology Physics
- Statistics Public Administration
After the final exam, candidates will face interview. Interviews are always hard and most of the candidates have failed to clear the interview. So here are some tips for candidates in order to clear the interview:
- In the interview the candidate is judged for their study of social and national issues, his/her awareness towards events occuring around , capacity to take decisions, presence of mind and most important his/her attitude towards the faculty who is taking his/her interview.
- Marks allotted for the interview are 200 marks.
- The final merit is based on candidate’s marks in the main’s exam and in the interview.
WHERE TO GET THE STUDY MATERIAL?
Candidates who are applying for MPSC exams must be worried about how to get the study material for this exam. MPSC exams are always hard to crack and in order to clear exam candidates need good study material which help them in course of there preparations. Candidates can download previous year question paper from the official website of MPSC. Here we are providing list of books which is easily available in the market near by:
|Upkars MP PSC Prelims Exam. Chemistry||Dr. Ajay Taneja, Dr.Hemant Kulshrestha|
|Upkars MP PSC Objective Mathematics||A.K. Garg, Dr. H.B. Pandey|
|Upkars U.P. P.C.S. (Pre) Indian History (From Earliest Times to 1964 A.D.) 896||Dr. K.K. Sharma|
|Upkars Uttaranchal PCS Mathematics Preliminary Examination||A.K. Garg and Dr. H.B. Pandey|
|Advanced History of India||R.C. Majumdar|
|Upkars Jharkhand PSC Preliminary Exam. Mathematics||A.K.Garg and Dr.H.B.Pandey|
|Upkars Jharkhand PSC Preliminary Exam. Indian History||Dr. K.K. Sharma|
|Upkars Chhattisgarh PSC Preliminary Exam. Mathematics||A.K.Garg and Dr.H.B.Pandey|
|Upkars Civil Judge & Public Prosecutor Exam. Solved Papers||Abhinav Mishra|
|Arihant Civil Service (Mains Examination)Indian Polity and Constitutional Issues( G339)||Dr. Kumud Ranjan Singh|
|UPSC Civil Services Prelims Examination Paper-I in 60 days||Rakesh Dwivedi|
TOP COACHING INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION EXAM
Getting addmissioned in good coaching institute will help in increasing chances to get the job in the government department. Coaching institutes gives some extra edge to the candidates as compare to the candidates who are not studying in coaching institutes.
MPSC FOUNDATION: The coaching institutes have several branches in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Solapur, Sangli, Aurangabad, Latur, Parbhani, Nanded, Nagpur Akola, Bhandara, Yavatmal, Beed, Nashik, Sangamner. Considering the need of the students, Study Circle conducts this course at Dadar and Thane centres. Depending on the need of the students, this course is conducted in evening format for two hours. The course covers the complete syllabus of the MPSC preliminary exam along with valuable inputs regarding the mains syllabus, choice of subjects, assessment of answers etc.
Candidates can download the admit card 10 days before the exams. Admit cards are really very important for the candidates as without the candidates will not be allowed to sit in the examination hall. Here are some steps to download the admit card:
- Visit the official website
- Click for admit card link
- Then enter your roll no and password
- Download the admit card
- Take a print out.
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