MPPSC Exam Introduction
Recruitment to various posts in government departments and offices of the state of Madhya Pradesh is conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission through the MP PSC State Service Exam. Interested aspirants are required to belong to certain age criteria and education qualification to be eligible to appear for the MP PSC Examination. The post of Sub Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Superintendent, District Jail, Commercial Tax Officer, District Registrar, Chief Municipal Officer (Group B), Assistant Director, Assistant Director, District Supply Officer, Assistant Director, Child Development Project Officer, Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO) are on offer through the MPPSC State Service exam.
MPPSC Exam 2019 Notification
Every year, the MP PSC releases thousands of vacancies for applicants from the state of Madhya Pradesh. Candidates are required to qualify the eligibility criteria to apply for the vacancies released by the Commission. The candidates would be selected on the basis of the result obtained after three stages of the examination. The first stage is the Prelims examination and the students who’ll qualify this examination will be further called for Mains exam and after that, they would have to appear for the final Interview. This whole process of selection will be carried out by the MP PSC.
MPPSC Exam 2019 Application Process
- Candidates are required to apply online on the official website of MP PSC www.mponline.gov.in
- Candidates would then be required to click on MPPSC under Application.
- Candidates are advised to read the instructions carefully before filling up the form
- The candidate registering for the examination would also be required to upload scanned copies of his Photograph and Signature within the specified size provided.
- Lastly, the candidate is required to pay the application fee via e-challan or debit card/credit card method, to complete his application process.
- The confirmation page which would be generated once the payment has been successfully made and must be printed for future reference.
MPPSC Exam 2019 Vacancy Details
Since the official notification has not been released, candidates are requested to wait for the official notification to be aware of the number of vacancies for MP PSC Recruitment 2019. Candidates are however, informed that the MP PSC State Service exam is conducted for the post of Sub Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Superintendent, District Jail, Commercial Tax Officer, District Registrar, Chief Municipal Officer (Group B), Assistant Director, Assistant Director, District Supply Officer, Assistant Director, Child Development Project Officer, Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO).
MPPSC Exam 2019 Application Fee
Interested and eligible candidates would have to pay an Application fee for their forms. Candidates should keep in mind that once the fee is paid, it is not refundable under any circumstances. Candidates can make the fee payment through an online mode like Net Banking, Card Payment, etc The application fees are
General / OBC: Rs. 1150 + Include Portal + Rs. 150 (GST)
SC/ST/PWD Candidates: Rs. 650 + Include Portal + Rs. 150 (GST)
MPPSC Exam 2019 Important Dates
The official notification for MPPSC 2018 has been released by the Commission in Nov 2017. All important dates are as follows
Notification Released - 12 Dec 2017
Application Begins - 18 Dec 2017
Last Date to Apply - 08 Jan 2018
MPPSC Assistant Professor Online Form Submission Dates - 25th Dec 2017 to 24th Jan 2018
MPPSC 2018 State Service Examination Date - 18th Feb 2018
MPPSC State Forest Service Examination Date - 18 Feb 2018
MPPSC Assistant Professor 2018 Exam Date - To be Released
MPPSC 2018 Result Declaration Date - To be Released
MPPSC Exam Pattern 2019
The Prelims Round
The Prelims Examination will consist of two papers of objective type (multiple choice questions). Both the question papers will be of objective type (multiple choice questions). Each question papers will consist of 100 questions of 2 marks each. The total marks for each paper will be 200 and time duration for each paper will be of 2 hours. Each question paper will be in Hindi and English. Each paper will be set in accordance with the scheme given below :-
Paper I General Studies - 2 hrs - 200 Marks
Paper II General Aptitude Test - 2 hrs - 200 Marks
The Mains Round
The Mains Examination will consist of seven papers of conventional essay type questions. It is compulsory for all candidates to appear for General Studies Paper I, General Studies Paper II and General Hindi. These three papers would be for 3hrs each and for 300 marks. After which candidates would have to select any two subjects from a list of subjects. The two selected subjects would have two papers each, which would carry 300 marks each and would have to be solved in 3 hrs each paper.
MPPSC Exam Syllabus 2019
MPPSC Syllabus Paper I General Studies - 2 hrs - 200 Marks
General Science and Environment
Current Events of National & International Importance
History of India & Independent India
Geography of India
Indian Polity & Economy
Geography, History and Culture of MP
Polity and Economy of Madhya Pradesh
Information & Communication Technology
Schedule Caste & Schedule Tribe and Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1993.
MPPSC Syllabus Paper II General Aptitude Test - 2 hrs - 200 Marks
Interpersonal skill including communication skill
Logical reasoning and analytical ability
Decision making and problem solving
General Mental Ability, Basic Numeracy, Data Interpretation
Hindi Language Comprehension Skill (class 10th level)
MPPSC Syllabus for Mains General Studies Paper – I
History and Culture
Political, Economical and Social History of India from Harappa civilization to 10th Century A.D.
Moguls and their administration, Emergence of Composite Culture, Political, Economical and Social History of Central India from 11th to 18th Century A.D.
Impact of British Rule on Indian Economy & Society
The emergence of India as a Republic Reorganization of State
Indian Culture, Heritage with special reference to MP
Salient features of Physical Geography of India and the World.
Distribution of key natural resources, Agro-climatic Zone and Industries in MP
Demography of India and MP
Agro-ecology and its Relevance to Man, Sustainable Management and Conservation, Major Crops of the State, Dairy, Fishery, Farming Practices, Animal Husbandry.
Food Processing and related Industries in India – Scope and Significance, Location, Upstream and Downstream Requirements, Supply Chain Management.
Water Management – Ground Water and Watershed Management, Water Usage and Efficient Irrigation System, Drinking Water Supply and Quality Management
Disaster and its Management
General Studies Paper – II
Constitution, Political and Administrative Structure of Governance
Centre and State Legislature
Centre and State Executive
Nature of Indian Union, Centre-State Relations, Division of Power, Decentralization and Peoples Participation in Democratic Governance
Lokpal, Lokayukt and Lok Nyayalaya
Accountability and Rights
Emergence and Community Based Organization (CBOs) and Non-Government Organisation (NGOs), Self Help Groups
Social and some important Legislation
Various Protection Acts and Society Upliftment Acts
World Health Organisation
International Organizations – UN, IFM, SAARC, BRICS, WTO
General Studies Paper –III
Reasoning and Data Interpretation
Existing and Emerging Technologies
Environment and Sustainable Development
General Studies Paper – IV
Human Needs and Motivation
Philosophers/ Thinkers, Social Workers/ Reformers
Eligibility Criteria MPPSC Exam 2018
Candidates are required to be aged between 21 and 40 years of age to be eligible to apply for MP PSC Exam. Age Relaxation will be applicable as per government rules for Reserved Categories. Candidates are also required to have successfully completed their Graduation in any discipline or equivalent qualification from a recognized University.
Admit Card MPPSC Exam 2019
Candidates who have successfully, submitted their application, will be able to download their Admit Cards from the official website of the Commission. Aspirants can expect their Admit Cards to be available for download 10-15 days prior to the examination. Candidates should remember that they would require important information like Registration Number and Date of Birth to get access to their Admit Cards to view/ download the same. The Commission will NOT be sending any Admit Cards by post. It is mandatory for candidates to have their Admit Cards along with them on the day of the examination, failing to do so, would prohibit them from entering the examination venue.
Cut Off MPPSC Exam 2019
Candidates can expect the MP PSC Cut-Off mark 2018 to be released once the final results are declared for the written examination on the official website. It is important for the candidate to know that, they will have to score as per the decided cut off marks, which will be released by the commission, after the examination to move on to the next stage. The cut-off list is prepared to keep in mind, the number of candidates that appeared for the examination along with the highest marks scored by a candidate and the level of difficulty of the paper in the examination.
Result MPPSC Exam 2019
The results for the MP PSC Prelims Examination would be declared after one to two months from the date of the examination on the official website of the Commission. Candidates who successfully qualify the Prelims round would be called for the Mains Examination. Candidates who successfully qualify the Mains round would be further called for the Personality Interview Round. Once the final Interview round is complete, candidates can expect the Commission to prepare the final merit list and declare it on the official website within 45 days from the last interview date. All results from the Commission would be published on the official website of MPPSC.
Recruitment to various posts in government departments and offices of the state of Madhya Pradesh is conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission. Find all details regarding the exam here.