MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2022: Check Mains Notification 2022

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MPSC State-Services Mains Exam Notification has been  released. Candidates who have qualified for the MPSC State Services Prelims Exam can fill in the applications for the Mains Exam from 14th November 2022 onwards. The application dates are from 14th November 2022 to 28th November 2022. The MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Examinations will be taking place on 21st, 22nd, and 23rd of January 2023. Earlier, the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Final Results were released. This is with reference to the 2022 cycle. The MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam was conducted on 21st August 2022 and the commission released the results for the prelims exam on the official website on 4th November 2022. The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) had released the MPSC Rajyaseva recruitment exam for 623 vacancies available in various departments of the State which are to be filled. The Commission holds Rajyaseva Examinations for posts such as Assistant Director, Chief Officer, Assistant Commissioner, Deputy Superintendent, and many more.

  • MPSC State Services Mains Exam Notification has been released on 11th November 2022. 
  • Candidates who have qualified in the Prelims Exam can fill in the applications for the Mains Exam from 14th November 2022 onwards. 
  • MPSC Result were announced on 4th November 2022. 
  • MPSC State Services final answer key for the prelims have been released on the official website on 2nd November 2022. 
  • The official notification for the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment 2022 was released on 11th May 2022.
  • The MPSC online application process was active from 12th May 2022 to 1st June 2022.
  • The selection process includes a preliminary exam, the main exam, and an interview.
  • The candidates must note that the MPSC Rajyaseva 2021 exam cycle is also currently active along with 2022.

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MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Important Information:

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Overview

MPSC Full Form

Maharashtra Public Service Commission

Official Website

mpsc.gov.in

Exam Conducting Body

MPSC

Post Name

Assistant Director, Chief Officer, Assistant Superintendent of Police, Assistant State Tax Commissioner, Assistant Director, etc.

Recruitment Cycle

2021

2022
Total Vacancy 405 (Revised Count) 161

Notification Release Date

5th October 2021

11th May 2022

Last Date to Apply

25th October 2021

1st June 2022

Admit Card Release Date

21st December 2021

12th August 2022

Prelims Exam Date

23rd January 2022

21st August 2022

Mains Exam Date

7th, 8th, 9th May 2022

21st, 22nd, and 23rd December 2022

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 Official Notification 

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2022 Official Notification 

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam Notification

MPSC Rajyaseva Latest Updates

11th November 2022: MPSC State Services Mains Notification Released!

 

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission released the Mains Exam notification on 11th November 2022. The Mains Exam will be conducted between 21st January 2023 to 23rd January 2023. The candidates can submit their applications for the Mains Exam between 14th November 2022 to 28th November 2022. 

Download MPSC State Services Mains Exam Notice PDF

 

4th November 2022: MPSC State Services Prelims Results Announced!
 

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released the results for the MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims exam conducted on 21st August 2022. The Mains Exam will be conducted between 21st January 2023 to 23rd January 2023. MPSC has also the MPSC Exam Calendar for 2022. 

Download MPSC State Services Prelims Results PDF

Download MPSC State Services Prelims Result Notice

2nd November 2022: MPSC State Services Prelims Final Answer Key Released!

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission released MPSC State Services Prelims Final Answer Key on the official website on 2nd November 2022. The MPSC State Services Prelims Exam was conducted on 21st August 2022. Candidates can also refer to the PDFs shared below. 

MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Answer Key PDF 1

MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Answer Key PDF 2

14th October 2022: MPSC State Services Revised Exam Pattern and Syllabus Out!

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released MPSC State Services Revised Exam Pattern and Syllabus for the Prelims and Mains Examination. Check the official notice below.

Check MPSC State Services Revised Exam Pattern and Syllabus

27th August 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Result and Cut Off Out!

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Result and Cut Off for the exam which was held on 7th to 9th May 2022. Below is the direct link to check the result and cut off.

Direct Link to Check MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Result and Cut Off

12th August 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Admit Card Out!

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Admit Card. The prelims exam is going to be held on 21st August 2022. Below is the direct link to download the admit card.

Direct Link to Download MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Admit Card

Check MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Admit Card Notice

5th August 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Released for GS & Language Paper!

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released the Answer Key for the Mains Exam 2021 which was conducted on 7th May to 9th May 2022. The answer key is released for the General Science and Language Paper. Candidates can check out the answer key and calculate their scores from the PDF provided below.

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Notice PDF

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Released for GS Paper-I PDF

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Released for GS Paper-II PDF

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Released for GS Paper-III PDF

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Released for GS Paper-IV PDF

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam 2021 Answer Key Released for Language Paper PDF

2nd August 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern Notice (2023 Cycle)

The MPSC has released a notice regarding the MPSC Rajya Seva Exam Pattern that will be applicable from the 2023 cycle onwards. According to the notice, the Prelims for Group A and Group B Gazetted Posts will be conducted together as 'Maharashtra Civil Services Gazetted Combined Preliminary Examination'. Also, the Prelims exam for Group B and Group C Non – Gazetted Posts will be conducted together as 'Maharashtra Non – Gazetted Services Combined Preliminary Examination'. For details refer the notice attached below.

Download MPSC Rajya Seva Exam Pattern Notice (2023 cycle) e 

8th July 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern to be Changed from 2023!

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission is going to change the prelims and mains exam pattern from the 2023 cycle. Check the official notice below.

Check MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern Notice

1st June 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Final Result for 2020-21 Cycle out!

The MPSC has released the MPSC Rajyaseva Final Result Out for 2020-21 on 1st June 2022. Candidates can check the notice and directly download result from the link given below:

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Final Result 2020-21 Notice

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Final Result 2020-21 PDF

11th May 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva New Notification Released!

The MPSC has released a new notification released for the MPSC Rajyaseva Exams 2022. A total vacancy of 161 for various posts has been released. Candidates can check out the official notification for further details:

Check the MPSC Rajyaseva New Notification 

2nd May 2022: MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern Changed!

The MPSC has released a notification indicating the change in exam pattern. Now the Paper II (CSAT) will be qualifying in nature. The minimum qualifying marks for the same will be 33%.

Download MPSC Rajyaseva Notice for Revised Exam Pattern

MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy

The MPSC Rajyaseva 2022 Mains Exam will be taking place for a total of 623 vacancies. The distribution of these vacancies across various posts and services is as given below in the PDF. 

MPSC State Services 2022 Vacancy Details PDF

If you are attempting MPSC Rajyaseva, also check out the MPSC ASO details.

MPSC Rajyaseva Apply Online

The application process for the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam will be held through an online platform. The aspirants who had apply for the exam through the MPSC portal. The application process for the MPSC State Services Mains 2022 Exam will begin on 14th November 2022 and will remain open till 28th November 2022.

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How to Apply Online for MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment?

The process of the MPSC Rajyaseva online application is made available to the aspirants of the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam in the official notification as well. Read below to know how to apply online for the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam in detail. Remember to keep all your documents ready when you attempt to fill the online MPSC Rajyaseva application form. Candidate who are willing to apply for MPSC Rajyaseva 2022 can either follow the steps given below or they can directly apply from the link given below:

Direct Link to Apply Online for MPSC Rajyaseva 2022

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  • Go to the official website of the Commission, and click on the MPSC online application link that you will find on the header.
  • Once you are redirected to the online application portal, you will need to register yourself. For this, click New User Registration on the top left corner.
  • Fill in your details and verify your registration. Now you will have a Login ID and password to access the site.
  • Login using your credentials, and now you can proceed to fill the MPSC application form by selecting the exam as Rajyaseva Exam.
  • Fill the complete form with all your details, such as personal information, educational qualifications, etc.
  • Once all your details have been filled and checked by you, upload the scanned copies of all the documents that are necessary. These include educational certificates, mark sheets, caste certificate, domicile certificate, etc.
  • Once the complete form is filled, click on submit.
  • You will now be directed to an online payment portal. Pay the MPSC application fee through any of the available models.
  • Print the MPSC application form, once the payment is successful. Keep it safe, as you will need it in the future.

MPSC Rajyaseva Application Fee

The MPSC Rajyaseva application fee is to be submitted for your application form to be accepted by the Commission.

  • The application fee for the aspirants belonging to the General category is Rs. 544/-
  • Application fee for those belonging to reserved categories is Rs. 344/-

The application fee is payable only once and is non-refundable even if you cancel your application later on.

MPSC Rajyaseva Selection Process

The MPSC Rajyaseva selection process is divided into three stages. The candidates who are selected after the first stage will appear in the second and so on. For an aspirant to get a post at any department of the state of Maharashtra, they will need to cross all the stages of the exam.

Prelims Exam

The prelims exam is a written exam. It is the screening test of the aspirants. The prelims include questions from subjects of general studies and aptitude. One needs to score more than the cut-off marks to get selected for the next stage. The MPSC Rajyaseva Cut Off marks are decided by the Commission.

  • Prelims exams consist of Paper I and Paper-II. 
  • The total marks are 400

Main Exam

The main exam is also a written test. The exam is held so that the knowledge of the selected candidates in the fields such as politics, geography, human resource development, etc. can be judged.

  • The mains exams consist of Paper I, II, III, IV, V, and VI. 
  • The total marks are 800.

Interview

The selected candidates from the main exam then appear for a personal interview. The panel judges the candidate on his or her presence of mind, aptitude, mental ability, and field knowledge. The candidates who cross the interview stage will then be recruited to their desired post. The total marks shall be 100.

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Certificated Needed for Candidate Verification Post Selection

Once the candidate has crossed the interview test, they will need to verify all the documents that they have submitted through the online application form. These documents include the following.

  • Educational certificates issued from University/ School Board.
  • Marksheets of degree obtained.
  • Community Certificate (if applicable)
  • No Objection Certificate from current employer (if applicable)
  • Any Identification certificate with a photo such as Aadhar Card, Driving License, etc.

MPSC Rajyaseva Eligibility Criteria

The MPSC Rajyaseva eligibility criteria should be checked by the aspirants before applying for the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam. If they fail to meet any condition detailed in the criterion, their application will be rejected.

Nationality

The aspirants should be legal citizens of India.

Age Limit

The minimum age limit for the posts of Rajyaseva Exams is 19 years. The minimum age limit is the same for all communities and other special cases. There is some relaxation given in the maximum age limit to some categories. These can be found in the table here.

Category

Maximum Age Limit

General

38 years

Reserved Classes/Orphans

43 years

Ex-servicemen

43 years

Meritorious Sportsperson

43 years

Disabled people

45 years

Educational Qualification

The candidate must possess a bachelor's degree or its equivalents from any recognized and registered university in India. However, the qualification for some specific posts is as follows:

  • Assistant Director, Maharashtra Finance & Accounts Services: Bachelor's Degree in Commerce/CA/Outlaw Accounting by ICWA/Post Graduate Degree in Commerce/MBA (Finance)
  • Assistant Regional Transport Officer: Degree in Science or Engineering with Physics & Mathematics.
  • Graduation for other posts

In addition to the above requirements, knowledge of the Marathi language is mandatory for all the posts.

Physical Criteria

For some of the posts of the Rajyaseva exam, the physical criteria have also been set by the Commission. If you are applying for the post of Deputy Superintendent of State Excise, Assistant Commissioner of State Excise, and Regional Transport Officer, then you should refer to the MPSC Rajyaseva official notification to get the details of physical criteria.

MPSC Rajyaseva Syllabus

The MPSC syllabus for prelims, as well as the main examination, can be found in the table below. For further details, you should visit the official website of the Commission.

MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Syllabus

Paper

Prelims Syllabus

Paper I

General Studies

  • Current Affairs
  • History of India
  • Geography
  • Polity of Government
  • Economics
  • Social development
  • Environmental science and ecology

Paper-II

CSAT(Common State Aptitude Test)

  • Mental Ability
  • Logical reasoning
  • Analysis
  • Decision making
  • Problem-solving abilities
  • English comprehension
  • Communication skills

MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam Syllabus

Paper

Mains Syllabus

Paper I

Marathi and English

  • Essay writing
  • Translation
  • Precis Writing

Paper-II

Marathi and English

  • Idioms and phrases
  • Vocabulary
  • Punctuation
  • Comprehension

Paper-III

History

  • History of Modern India (1818-1857) particularly Maharashtra
  • Establishment of British Rule in India
  • Socio-Cultural Changes
  • Social and Economic Awakening
  • Emergence and growth of Indian Nationalism
  • National Movement in Gandhi Era
  • India after independence
  • History and Geography
  • Modern History
  • British rule and freedom struggle
  • Selected Social Reformers of Maharashtra
  • The cultural heritage of Maharashtra

Geography- With special reference to Maharashtra

  • Physical geography
  • Economic Geography of Maharashtra: Minerals & Resources
  • Human and Social Geography of Maharashtra
  • Environmental Geography
  • Population Geography (with reference to Maharashtra)
  • Remote sensing

Geography and Agriculture

  • Agroecology
  • Climate: Atmosphere
  • Soils
  • Water management

Paper-IV

  • The Constitution of India
  • Political System (Structure, Powers, and Functions of Government)
  • State Government and Administration
  • District Administration
  • Rural and Urban Local Government
  • Educational system
  • Parties & Pressure Groups
  • The Media
  • The Electoral Process
  • Administrative Law
  • Central & State Government Privileges
  • Some Pertinent Laws
  • Social Welfare & Social Legislation
  • Public services
  • Control over Public Expenditure
  • Legislation
  • Election process

Paper-V

Human Resource Development

  • Human resource development in India
  • Education
  • Vocational Education
  • Health
  • Rural Development

Human Rights

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948)
  • Child, women, youth, and tribal Development
  • Development of Socially Deprived Classes (SC, ST, VJ/NT, OBC, etc.)
  • Welfare of Aged People
  • Labour welfare
  • Welfare of Disabled Persons
  • People's Rehabilitation
  • International & Regional Organisations
  • Consumer protection
  • Values and Ethics

Paper-VI

Economy and Planning

  • Indian Economy
  • Urban and Rural Infrastructure Development
  • Industry
  • Co-operation
  • Economic Reforms
  • International Trade and International Capital Movements
  • Measurement and estimate of Poverty
  • Factors determining employment
  • Economy of Maharashtra

Economics of development and agriculture

  • Macro Economics
  • Public Finance and Financial Institutions
  • Growth, Development and International Economics
  • Indian Agriculture, Rural Development and Cooperation
  • Agriculture
  • Indian Industry, Infrastructure, and Services Sector
  • Food and nutrition 

Science and Technology Developments

  • Energy: Conventional & Non-conventional
  • Computer & Information Technology
  • Space Technology
  • Biotechnology
  • Nuclear Policy of India
  • Disaster Management

MPSC Rajyaseva Interview Syllabus

Once the candidates clear the mains exam, they will be called in for the interview round. The following are a few points that will be checked upon by the interviewer.

  • A board appointed by the MPSC will take the interview of the candidates. They will have the record of the candidate's career and interests that were filled in by the candidate in his/her application form.
  • A board of unbiased observers will check the candidate's personal suitability for the career in the Rajyasevas.
  • Candidates, apart from their academic study, must have up-to-date knowledge of the current affairs within and outside the state.
  • The interview mainly focuses on the mental qualities and analytical ability of the candidates.

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MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Pattern

The MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam pattern for both exams is detailed below.

Prelims Exam Pattern

  • MPSC prelims exam is qualifying in nature. Candidates have to score the minimum marks to be able to attend the mains exam.
  • According to the latest exam pattern, Paper II (CSAT) will be qualifying in nature. The minimum qualifying marks are 33%.
  • The exam consists of multiple-choice questions.
  • 2 hours are given for each paper.
  • Each paper is of 200 marks..
  • The exam is available in two languages, Marathi and English.

Paper No.

Total Marks

Standard

Medium

Duration

Paper I

200

Degree

English & Marathi

2 hours

Paper II

200

Degree/10th/12th Level

English & Marathi

2 hours

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Main Exam Pattern

  • The mains examination consists of 9 papers in which 7 are compulsory and 2 are optional papers.
  • The Paper I and II are conducted for 300 marks each and other papers is conducted for 250 marks.
  • The duration of the each paper is 3 hours.

Paper

Subject

Number of Marks

Duration

Paper I

Marati

300

3 Hours

Paper II

English

300

3 Hours

Paper III

Essay

250

3 Hours

Paper IV

General Awareness 1

250

3 Hours

Paper V

General Awareness 2

250

3 Hours

Paper VI

General Awareness 3

250

3 Hours

Paper VII

General Awareness 4

250

3 Hours

Paper VIII

Optional Paper I

250

3 Hours

Paper IX

Optional Paper II

250

3 Hours

Interview Exam Pattern

The candidates who clear the MPSC Mains exam will be qualified for the next stage, i.e., the Interview round. There is no particular exam pattern for the interview stage, but the candidates need to stay updated with the current affairs within and outside the state of Maharashtra. They will be tested for their General Knowledge and Mental abilities in this interview round held by a Board appointed by the MPSC.

MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Exam Date

The MPSC Rajyaseva exam dates have also been released along with the official notification.

Event

Date

MPSC Rajyaseva Official Notification Release

11th May 2022

MPSC Online Application Process

12th May 2022- 1st June 2022 (For Prelims)

14th November 2022-  28th November 2022 (For Mains)

MPSC Rajyasevas Prelims Exam Date

21st August 2022

MPSC Rajyasevas Mains Exam Date

21st, 22nd, and 23rd January 2023

MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Result 4th November 2022
MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Cut-off List To be notified

Check MPSC Revised Exam Calendar here!

MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Hall Ticket

The MPSC Rajyaseva hall ticket has been released. It will be available on the official website of MPSC for the applicants to download. This is the most important document for the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam as, without it, you will not get admission to the exam hall. To download the MPSC exam hall ticket, follow the steps mentioned here.

  • Go to the official website of MPSC. Search for MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Exam Hall Ticket in the recent notifications.
  • Click on the link and enter your Login ID and password.
  • Once your MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment hall ticket loads, download it. Do get a couple of print outs and keep them safe with you.

MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Cut Off

For every exam, the Commission releases the cut off marks. These marks are the bar set to decide who has cleared the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam. One needs to score more than the MPSC cut off marks for each stage to be selected for the next stage. The cut off for this year will be released at least a month after the exam. The MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment exam cut off for last year's examination has been detailed here.

Category

Sub-Category

2021 Prelims Cut-off

Previous Year’s Cut Off Marks

Open

General

228.375

459

Female

215.250

417

Sports

157.125

352

Orphan

169.375

298

SC

General

219.625

387

Female

205.250

310

Sports

131.625

221

ST

General

201.375

353

Female

181.625

310

Sports

144

DT (A)

General

225.125

414

Female

215.250

366

Sports

261

NT (B)

General 

224.750

393

Female

215.250

359

SBC

General 

228.375

418

Female

228.375

369

OBC

General

228.375

431

Female

215.250

372

Sports

157.125

319

Divyang

Blindness or low vision

196.405

361

Hearing Impairment

179.000

298

Locomotor disability or cerebral palsy

198.500

378

MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Answer Key

 Below are the steps to check the MPSC Rajyasevas Answer Key for the mains examination 2021.

Step 1: Go to the official website of MPSC.

Step 2: On the home page, search for the MPSC Rajyaseva Answer Key.

Step 3: Click on it and a new page will appear where you can see the answers to each question asked in the examination.

Step 4: Calculate your score and take a print copy of it for future reference.

MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment Result

The MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Result for the 2022 cycle has been announced by the commission. Candidates can directly download results through the official website or through the direct link that will be provided in this article. The Commission will also release the merit list along with the MPSC exam result. The merit list is the list of candidates who have been selected for the next stage. It will be available district-wise on the Commission's website.