MPSC State Service Admit Card 2020: Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has the notice to postpone the State Service Exam exam @mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in. The commission had provided the MPSC State Service hall ticket link for the 11th October 2020 exam.  The preliminary stage exam of MPSC State Service 2020 was scheduled for October 11, 2020, which is now postponed until the next notice.

All such candidates who have to appear for the Prelims Exam for the State Civil Services Examination 2020 can check the exam postponement notice below.

MPSC State Services Admit Card 2020

Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) will be filling up 200 vacancies for the post of Tehsildar, Tax Commissioner, Deputy Education Officer, Class Officers, Etc through the MPSC Group A and B Exam. Earlier the MPSC State Service Prelims Exam 2020 was scheduled for 11 October 2020, which is postponed till further notice.

MPSC State Service Exam 2020

Important Dates

MPSC State Service Admit Card Release Date Available Soon
MPSC State Service Exam Date 11 Oct 2020 [Postponed]
Issuance of the main examination admit card To be announced
Date of the main examination To be announced

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Link To Download MPSC State Services Admit Card 2020

The direct link to download the MPSC Prelims Admit Card 2020 is given below.

Note: The new admit card link is going to activate soon.

Steps To Download MPSC State Services Prelims Admit Card 2020

  • Click on the link that is given above.
  • Enter your Application ID.
  • Enter the verification code as it appears on the screen.
  • Finally, Click in the ‘Show’ link.
  • The MPSC Prelims Admit Card 2020 will appear on the screen.
  • Download it and take a print out of it.

Complete List of Writer and/or Compensatory Time Allowed Candidates

MPSC has also released the complete list of writer/compensatory time-allowed to the candidates who are disabled.

Document To Carry For MPSC SSE Prelims Exam

Things that candidates have to carry to the examination centers are as follows:

  • A hard copy of the admit card
  • Original identity card
  • Stationery items like pen and pencil
  • Other items as printed on MPSC State Service Call Letter

Click Here For Sarkari Jobs

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has released a recruitment notification for the post of the translator,  Senior Research Officer, Special Officer, and Medical Superintendent Posts. The Recruitment is released on the official site of MPSC which is www.mpsc.gov.in/  Through this recruitment the MPSC will be filling up a total of 26 Vacancies. Interested candidates can apply online from 11th to 31st August 2020. Check out the information in this job notification on this site.

MPSC Recruitment 2020: Overview

Latest MPSC Jobs 2020 Notification

Organization Name Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)
Post Name
  • Translator
  • Senior Research Officer
  • Special Officer
  • Medical Superintendent
Total Vacancies 26
Starting Date 11th August 2020
Closing Date 31st August 2020
Application Mode Online
Category Maharashtra Govt. Jobs
Selection Process Written Test, Interview
Job Location Maharashtra
Official Site mpsc.gov.in

MPSC Recruitment 2020 Notification

The notification for the MPSC Recruitment 2020 is released under Advt No: 16/2020, 15/2020, 14/2020, 13/2020 on the official site of Maharashtra PSC which is www.mpsc.gov.in/. The notification PDF for the MPSC Recruitment for the post of the Translator (Marathi),  Senior Research Officer, Special Officer, and Medical Superintendent Posts is given below. Download the official notification for the above-mentioned posts for filling up 26 vacancies.

MPSC Recruitment 2020: Vacancy Details For Translator & Other Posts

The vacancy details for the MPSC Recruitment of Translators and other posts is given below.

Group Name of the Post Vacancies Advt. No.
Group-C Translator 17 16/2020
Group A Senior Research Officer 7 15/2020
Group A Special Officer 1 14/2020
Class-1 Medical Superintendent 1 13/2020
Total 26

MPSC Recruitment 2020: Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Name of the Post Qualification
Translator Degree along with Marathi subjects
Senior Research Officer Graduation in Social Science or Anthropology
Special Officer MBBS and PG Degree / Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Medical Superintendent MBBS and PG Degree / Diploma in Tuberculosis

Age Limit

Name of the Post Maximum Age Limit
Translator 38 Years
Senior Research Officer 38 Years
Special Officer 45 Years
Medical Superintendent 45 Years

Application Fee For MPSC Translator Recruitment 2020

Check the MPSC Official Notification PDF for the application fee.

How To Apply For MPSC Recruitment 2020?

Steps to submit the online form:

  • Click on the link given below or the official website of MPSC.
  • New Candidates shall first register themselves online to obtain registration no. and password.
  • Register using valid email id and phone number
  • Login to open the application form
  • Make Payment as per your category
  • Verify the details and submit the form

Apply Online Link For MPSC Translator Recruitment 2020

MPSC Translator, Senior Research Officer, Other Posts Online Application Form 2020 is given below.

Maharashtra PSC Salary Details

The salary details for the post of Translator, Sr. Research Officer, Special Officer, and Medical Superintendent is given below:

Post Name Salary
Translator Rs.35,400 to Rs.1,12,400/- Per Month
Senior Research Officer Rs 56,100/- to Rs 1,17,500/- Per Month
Special Officer Rs 67,700/- to Rs 2,08,700/- Per Month
Medical Superintendent Rs 72,600/- to Rs 2,16,600/- Per Month

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MPSC Translator Recruitmentment 2020: FAQs

Q. What is the total no. of vacancies for the MPSC Recruitment 2020?

Ans There are a total of 26 Vacancies for the MPSC Recruitment 2020.

Q. What are the posts for which I can apply?

Ans. You can apply for the post of the translator,  Senior Research Officer, Special Officer, and Medical Superintendent.

Q. When can I apply for MPSC Recruitment for Translator and other posts?

Ans. You can apply online from  11th to 31st August 2020.

Q. What is the age limit for applying for the MPSC Recruitment 2020?

Ans. The upper age limit of the candidates must be 45 years depending upon the post for which he or she is applying.


 

MPSC Group C Result 2020: The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has released the final result of MPSC Group C Exam 2020. Candidates who had appeared in the Maharashtra Group-C Service Main Exam for the post of Tax Asst, Clerk Typist & Excise Sub Inspector under Advt No. 14, 15 & 16/2019 can check the result on the official website of MPSC.i.e.mpsc.gov.in or through the direct link that is given on this website.

Recently, the commission has released the final result of Tax Assistant on its website. Candidates appeared in the MPSC Tax Assistant Exam 2020 can check the result on the official website. Earlier, the commission had announced Clerk Typist & Excise Sub Inspector Result 2020.

MPSC Group C Mains Result 2020

MPSC Group C Result 2020 

Organization Name Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)
Post Name Group C Services
(Secondary Inspector, Tax Assistant, Clerk Typist – Marathi, English)
No. of Vacancies 338 Vacancies
Exam Date
  • Combined Paper I: 6th October 2019
  • Clerk-Typist (Paper II): 13th October 2019
  • Sub Inspector (Paper II): 20th October 2019
  • Tax Assistant (Paper II): 3rd November 2019
Result Date 21st July 2020
Category Sarkari Result
Selection Process Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, Interview
Job Location Maharashtra
Official Site mpsc.gov.in

Click Here To Check MPSC Group C Result 2020 Notice

How to check MPSC Group C Mains Result 2020?

Maharashtra Public Service Commission declares the result after the release of the final answer key. Follow the procedure available below to check MPSC Group C result.

1st step: Click on the link that is given below here on this site.

2nd step: Search For Your Name by tyoing your name or Use the CTRL + F feature know about the selection status.

3rd step: If your name gets hihlighted it means you have been qualified the MPSC Group C Mains Exam 2020.

Link To Check MPSC Group C Mains Result 2020

Click Below to check the MPSC Group C final Result 2020. The MPSC Mains Result is given below for each of the posts.

 Maharashtra Group-C Services (Mains) Exam 2019:  Tax Assistant

Earlier, the commission had announced Clerk Typist & Excise Sub Inspector Result 2020 which is given below:

Maharashtra Group-C Services (Mains) Exam 2019: Sub Inspector in State Excise.

Maharashtra Group-C Services (Mains) Exam 2019: Clerk-Typist (Marathi and English).

MPSC Group C Mains Result 2020: Interview

All the shortlisted candidates will be called to appear for the Interview. the date, time, and venue for the Interview will be intimated to the candidates. The last round of selection procedure is the interview round. Candidates are selected for 338 vacancies of Sub-Inspector, Tax Assistant Clerk-Typist in the state of Maharashtra.

Pay Scale For MSC Group C Service

  • For Secondary Supervisor State Excise: ₹ 32000/- to ₹ 101600/-
  • For Tax Assistant: ₹ 25500/- to ₹ 81100/-
  • For Clerk – Typist: ₹ 19900/- to ₹ 63200/-

MPSC Syllabus 2020: The Maharashtra State Government conducts various exams every year to recruit suitable candidates into the different wings of the state administration. The MPSC or Maharashtra Public Service Commission is one of the major exams conducted by the Maharashtra State Govt. The MPSC Exam is also known as the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam. It is responsible for conducting other examinations such as Subordinate Services, Class C Services, Engineering Services, Agriculture Services, Judicial Services, etc.

Every year candidates in large nos. apply for the MPSC Exam. In order to be eligible to work in MPSC, it is important to get acquainted with the syllabus and the exam pattern. Therefore, for the convenience of the MPSC job aspirants, we have provided the syllabus as well as the exam pattern for MPSC or MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2020.

MPSC Syllabus: MPSC Exam Pattern

Before we get into the MPSC Syllabus, let us first have a look at the MPSC Exam Pattern. The Exam Pattern forms a major part of the recruitment process. It lets the govt. job aspirants to know the pattern of the exam and marks allotted to each of the exam papers.

The MPSC state services exam is conducted in three stages:

  1. Prelims
  2. Mains
  3. Interview

A candidate has to clear one stage in order to be eligible for the subsequent stage, i.e, if he/she clears the prelims, he/she moves onto the mains, clearing which he/she would be summoned for the final stage (interview) of the MPSC exam. The MPSC Exam Pattern and Syllabus for each of the stages are explained below.

MPSC Syllabus: MPSC Prelims Exam Pattern

This is the first stage of the MPSC State Services Exam. Through this stage of the MPSC Exam, candidates are filtered to appear for the next stage of examination.

Paper No. of Questions Marks Standard Of Exam Duration Nature of Paper
Paper I 100 200 Degree 2 hours Objective
Paper II 80 200 A mix of Degree and School 2 hours Objective

Points To Note For MPSC Prelims Exam Pattern

  1. Marks of both papers will be considered for qualifying candidates for the mains exam.
  2. There is a negative marking of 1/3rd for every incorrect answer in Paper I and Paper II.
  3. The questions on decision making in Paper II has no negative marks if incorrectly answered.
  4. Candidates need to score minimum marks as decided by the commission to qualify for the mains exam.
  5. All the questions are set in English and Marathi except for those questions which are meant to test the candidate’s knowledge of English.

MPSC Syllabus: MPSC Prelims Syllabus

MPSC is a State Level Exam. Therefore a majority of questions that are asked focus on to the Maharastra. In this section MPSC Syllabus for the Prelims and the Mains has been discussed.

MPSC Prelims Paper I Syllabus

  1. Current events of state, national and international importance.
  2. History of India (with special reference to Maharashtra) and Indian National Movement.
  3. Maharashtra, India and world geography – Physical, Social, Economic geography of Maharashtra, India and the World.
  4. Maharashtra and India – Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Urban Governance, Public Policy, Rights Issue, etc.
  5. Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.
  6. General issues on Environmental Ecology, Biodiversity and Climate Change – that do not require subject specialization.
  7. General Science

MPSC Prelims Paper II Syllabus

  1. Comprehension
  2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills
  3. Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  4. Decision-making and problem-solving
  5. General mental ability
  6. Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data Interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc. – Class X level)
  7. Marathi and English language comprehension skills (Class X/XII level) Questions relating to this will be tested through passages from Marathi and English language without providing cross translation thereof in the question paper.

MPSC Syllabus: MPSC Mains Exam Pattern

The MPSC Mains Exam comprises of six compulsory papers. Paper I and Paper II are language papers. Paper III to Paper VI are General Studies Papers. MPSC Exam does not comprise of any optional paper through a change made in 2012.

Paper Subject Total Marks Standard Duration Nature of Questions
I Marathi & English (Essay/Translation/Precis) 100 XII Std. 3 hours Descriptive
II Marathi & English (Grammar/Comprehension) 100 XII Std. 1 hour MCQs
III General Studies I 150 Degree 2 hours MCQs
IV General Studies II 150 Degree 2 hours MCQs
V General Studies III 150 Degree 2 hours MCQs
VI General Studies IV 150 Degree 2 hours MCQs

Points To Note For MPSC Mains Exam Pattern

  1. There is a negative marking in the objective question papers.
  2. Candidates need to attempt all the papers to qualify for the Interview round.
  3. This round is of great importance for the candidates as it is both scoring and qualifying in nature.

MPSC Syllabus: MPSC Mains Exam Syllabus

The MPSC Mains Syllabus For Paper I to Paper VI is given below.

MPSC Paper I Syllabus: Marathi and English (Essay/Translation/Precis)

Section 1: Marathi (50 marks) Section 2: English (50 marks)
  1. Essay writing – An essay on one out of the two given topics/subject (About 400 words)
  2. Translation – English paragraph to be translated into Marathi, approximately 1/2 page/2 paragraphs
  3. Precis writing
  1. Essay writing – An essay on one out of the two given topics/subject (About 400 words)
  2. Translation – Marathi paragraph to be translated into English, approximately 1/2 page/2 paragraphs
  3. Precis writing

Paper II: Marathi & English (Grammar and Comprehension)

Section 1: Marathi (50 marks) Section 2: English (50 marks)
  1. Grammar – Idioms, Phrases, Synonyms/Antonyms, Correct formation of words and sentences, Punctuation, etc
  2. Comprehension
    1. Grammar – Idioms, Phrases, Synonyms/Antonyms, Correct formation of words and sentences, Punctuation, etc
    2. Comprehension

Paper III: General Studies I (History & Geography) 

Subject Topic
History
  1. History of Modern India (1818-1857) particularly Maharashtra
  2. Establishment of British Rule in India
  3. Socio-Cultural Changes
  4. Emergence and growth of Indian nationalism
  5. Social and economic awakening
  6. National movement in Gandhi Era
  7. India after Independence
  8. Selected Social Reformers of Maharashtra
  9. Cultural Heritage of Maharashtra (Ancient to Modern)
Geography
  1. Physical Geography
  2. Economic Geography of Maharashtra
  3. Human and Social Geography of Maharashtra
  4. Environmental Geography
  5. Population Geography (with reference to Maharashtra)
  6. Remote Sensing
Geography and Agriculture
  1. Agroecology
  2. Climate
  3. Soils
  4. Water management

Paper IV: General Studies II (Indian Constitution and Indian Politics and Law) 

Subject Topic
General Studies II
(Indian Constitution and Indian Politics and Law)
  1. Constitution of India
  2. Amendment Procedure & Major Amendments to the Constitution
  3. Political System ( Structure, Powers and Functions of Governments )
  4. State Government and Administration (With Special Reference to Maharashtra)
  5. District Administration
  6. Rural and Urban Local Government
  7. Educational System
  8. Parties and Pressure Groups
  9. Media
  10. Electoral Process
  11. Administrative Law
  12. Central & State Government Privileges
  13. Some Pertinent Laws
  14. Social Welfare and Social Legislation
  15. Public Services
  16. Control over Public Expenditure

Paper V: General Studies III (Human Resource Development & Human Rights) 

Subject Topic
Human Resource Development
  1. Human Resource Development in India
  2. Education
  3. Vocational Education
  4. Health
  5. Rural Development
Human Rights
  1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948)
  2. Child Development
  3. Women Development
  4. Youth Development
  5. Tribal Development Development for Socially deprived classes (SC, ST, VJ/NT, OBC etc. )
  6. Welfare for aged People- problems and issues
  7. Labour Welfare
  8. Welfare of disabled persons
  9. People’s Rehabilitations
  10. International and Regional Organisations
  11. Consumer Protection
  12. Values and Ethics

Paper VI: General Studies IV (Economy & Planning, Economics of Development and Agriculture, Science and Technology Development) 

Subject Topic
Economy and Planning
  1. Indian Economy
  2. Urban and Rural Infrastructure Development
  3. Industry
  4. Co-operation
  5. Economic reforms
  6. International Trade & International Capital Movements
  7. Measurement and estimate of poverty
  8. Factors determining employment
  9. Economy of Maharashtra
Economics of Development and Agriculture
  1. Macro Economics
  2. Public Finance and Financial Institutions
  3. Growth, Development and International Economics
  4. Indian Agriculture, Rural Development and Cooperation
  5. Agriculture
  6. Food and Nutrition
  7. Indian Industry, Infrastructure and Services Sector

 

Science and technology developments
  1. Energy
  2. Computer and Information Technology
  3. Space Technology
  4. Biotechnology
  5. Nuclear Policy of India
  6. Disaster Management

Interview

The candidates who qualify the MPSC Prelims and the Mains will be eligible to appear for the final round, Interview or the Personality Test. The candidates will be interviewed by a panel of competent and unbiased observers. This is more like a personality test where apart from knowledge, the candidate’s attributes such as aptitude, presence of mind, communication skills, etc. are evaluated.

The aim of the interview is to test not only the academic qualification of the candidate but also the mental ability and analytical ability of the candidates. The candidates must be aware of the latest current happenings throughout the world.