MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 application form is out, apply online @mpsconline.gov.in. Maharashtra Public Service Commission or the MPSC is currently open to taking the online application for the Rajyaseva Exam 2021. The online application is available to be submitted from 5th October 2021, on the official website mpsconline.gov.in. The last date of applying is 25th October 2021. MPSC is recruiting for various posts with several vacancies. If you are interested then read the details and apply without any delay.
MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Date 2021
The authority of MPSC has announced the date of the Prelims Exam. According to the notice, MPSC will conduct the exam on 2nd January 2021. The authority has not released the date of the Main Exam yet. For further information keep on checking the official website.
MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 Application Form
Steps to apply for the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021.
- Firstly, visit their official website mpsconline.gov.in, to begin the process.
- Next, go to the ‘User Registration’ section and create your profile.
- Then log in to your profile using your username and password.
- After logging in select the position you want to apply for.
- Next, fill the given application form, and upload the mentioned documents.
- Lastly, you need to pay the fee for the application.
- Once the payment is done, submit the application form and also download a copy to your device.
- Take a printout as well to use in the future.
MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 Application Fee
The candidates of the general category have to pay 544 rupees for the application and candidates of the reserved category will get a concession of 200 rupees, they need to pay 344 rupees.
MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 Eligibility
The age limit to apply for this exam is 38 years. And the candidates have to be a minimum of 19 years old to apply as of February 2022. Educational eligibility to apply for MPSC Rajyaseva Exam is acquiring a postgraduate degree in a relevant subject.
MPSC Rajyaseva 2021 Selection Process
MPSC has 3 steps to complete the selection process –
- Preliminary exam
- Main exam
At first, the candidates have to appear in the preliminary exam and on the basis of marks the authority will shortlist further candidates for the Main exam. The preliminary exam worths 400 marks, divided in 2 papers. After passing the preliminary exam you will be eligible to sit for the Main exam of 800 marks. The process is completed with a personal interview which consists of 100 marks.
MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam Pattern 2021
MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam is the initial stage of the whole process. In order to go to the next step, the main exams, you need to pass the prelims. The authority has fixed 2nd January 2021 to take the prelim exam. To prepare yourself without any collapse get a clear idea about the pattern of the exam.
The Prelims Exam of MPSC contains two papers. Both Paper I and Paper II are filled with objective type questions. Both papers have 200 marks in total. The duration of each paper is 2 Hours. Negative marking will be done for wrong answers. 1/3rd marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. But this negative marking is only applicable for Paper I. There is no negative markings in the Paper.
The language of the paper will be available in 2 languages. One is English and the other is Marathi.
If you score above the minimum cut off marks then only you will be eligible to sit for the MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Exam. MPSC counts marks of both papers for the final merit list in MPSC.
MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Exam 2021 Syllabus
Rajyaseva Paper I Syllabus –
- General Science
- The first paper will ask questions on Maharashtra, India, and world geography. Candidates can expect questions on physical, social, and economical geography.
- The paper will also include questions on the History of Maharashtra and India with special reference to the Indian National Movement.
- Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Urban Governance, Public Policy, Rights Issue etc. polity related questions will come.
- Questions on Environmental issues will also come. Elements such as Ecology, Biodiversity, and Climate Change.
- Current affairs and events of state and country as well as important international news.
- Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Social Sector Initiatives, Demographics etc. will also be part of the question paper.
Rajyaseva Paper-II Syllabus –
- General mental ability
- Numerical Ability
- Logical reasoning and analytical ability
- Decision-making and problem-solving
- Interpersonal skills including communication skills