Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission examinations are usually held for different government jobs, such as Naib Tehsildar, Deputy Collector, Assistant Director, FRO and others. The State Civil Service Examination held by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has 346 vacant posts in State Services & Forest Services of Madhya Pradesh. The exam is conducted in two parts, the preliminary examination and the main examination.
While the first three papers on General Studies consist of 300 marks each, the fourth General Studies paper consists of 200 marks. Additionally, the Hindi paper also consists of 200 marks, while the Hindi essay paper is allotted a maximum of 100 marks. Furthermore, all the papers, except the one on Hindi Essays, is allotted 180 minutes, or 3 hours to complete. Candidates are given 120 minutes, or 2 hours to complete the Hindi Essay paper.
Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is one of the most reputed State Level Civil Services Exam conducted for recruitment to multiple posts such as Sub Divisional Officer, Rural Development Officer, District Sanapark Officer and other PCS level Officers etc. The BPSC Syllabus is set by the Bihar Public Service Commission. BPSC Prelims and Mains Syllabus are set by the Bihar Public Service Commission. The commission is constitutionally incorporated to assist the Bihar State Government in matters of recruitment, transfer, and disciplinary matters, of public service in the state.
Like the other State Service Commission and UPSC, BPSC also conducts the Combined Competitive BPSC Exam in three stages. Candidates can check the stages below.
Candidates have to clear each stage in order to be eligible for the next stage, if candidates clear the prelims, they can give the mains, clearing which they would be summoned for the final stage i.e., interview.
The Prelims is the qualifying in nature, it is basically used to screen out the non-serious candidates. Those who qualify for the Prelims exam are called for BPSC Mains. The marks in Prelims will not be taken into consideration for the final merit list.
For Maharashtra State Government job aspirants, Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) State Service Exam (also known as MPSC Rajyaseva exam) is one of the best exams. It is conducted every year by MPSC to recruit officers into the different wings of the state administration departments under the Maharashtra State Government. The exams are conducted and overseen by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC). The Other Examinations are conducted by the MPSC Subordinate Services, Class C Services, Engineering Services, Agriculture Services, Judicial Services, etc. Candidates can check the MPSC State Service Exam Syllabus and Pattern.
Like all the other State Public Service Commission and UPSC, the MPSC state services exam is also conducted in three stages namely:
Candidates have to clear each stage in order to be eligible for the next stage, if candidates clear the prelims, they can give the mains, clearing which they would be summoned for the final stage i.e., interview of the MPSC Exam.
Before going to the syllabus directly candidates are advised to check the Exam Pattern of the MPSC Prelims Exam.
MPPSC Prelims Exam Pattern: This stage exam consists of two compulsory objective papers. Check the elaborated exam pattern and details of the MPSC prelims exam. Both papers are of 2 hours each.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission conducts Combined Competitive Examination for Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) posts. The RPSC RAS Exam will be held in two successive stages: Prelims & Mains. The candidates who qualify Prelims exam will be eligible to appear in Mains Exam.
The Combined Competitive Exam for RPSC RAS 2022 Exam will be conducted in two phases: Prelims & Mains. The Preliminary stage is qualifying and the mains will be selective. Only the candidates qualifying both prelims and mains will be called for a personal interview round which will be the final stage of the selection process. Below we have discussed detailed RPSC RAS Exam Pattern 2022
A preliminary exam is a screening test and only a limited number of candidates will be called for Mains Exam.
The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) conducts the PCS and ACF / RFO. Through the UPPSC PCS and ACF / RFO Group A and Group B Officers are selected for the administrative services of the state government. The exam is conducted in three stages. The syllabus is a little different for the UPPSC Prelims and Mains exam but the candidate should take an integrated approach to the UPPSC PCS and ACF / RFO syllabus as most of the topics are common.
The UPPSC PCS Exam comprises three stages namely.
The UPPSC Prelims Exam is only qualifying in nature, it is used as a filtering agent to weed out the non-serious candidates. The UPPSC PCS and ACF/ RFO Prelims comprised of two papers i.e., Paper I and Paper-II. Both the papers are of 200 marks with Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).