MPSC Recruitment 2022
MPSC Recruitment 2022–23: Get Latest MPSC Recruitment 2022 notifications for Assistant Section Officer, Sub Register, State Tax Inspector & Police Sub-Inspector vacancies. Find Maharashtra Public Service Commission vacancies across India here which MPSC post on its official website www.mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in. There ate total 800 vacancies in MPSC Recryuitment 2022 ( 42 vacancies or Assistant Section Officers, 77 vacancies for State Tax Inspectors, 603 vacancies for Sub Registers, & 78 vacancies for Police Sub Inspectors Posts. You can also get Free Upcoming Job Alert Notification of “MPSC Recruitment, MPSC Syllabus, MPSC Result, MPSC Cut Off” for freshers and experienced applicants. Also, Know Direct Official Link for MPSC Recruitment, MPSC Syllabus, MPSC Result, MPSC Cut Off (Expected & Official) 2022.
MPSC Recruitment 2022: Overview
MPSC exam is conducted for filling up the posts in General Administrative Department, Finance Department, Home Department, Revenue Department and Forest Department. Before applying, candidates should review the eligibility requirements of the exam. Scroll down to know more.
MPSC Recruitment 2022
- Recruitment Organization: Maharashtra Service Commission (MPSC)
- Post Name: Sub Register, State Tax Inspector, SI & Assistant Section Officer
- Total Vacancies: 800 Vacancies
- Job Location: Maharashtra State
- Mode of Application: Online Application
- Job Category: Maharashtra Govt Job
- Official Website: mpsc.gov.in
MPSC Recruitment 2022 Notification
There are total 800 vacancies for Sub Register, State Tax Inspector, SI and Assistant Section Officer. Candidates must know all the recruitment details before applying. They can download the MPSC 2022 Notification PDF from the direct link given below:
MPSC Recruitment Vacancy Details 2022
|Assistant Section Officer||42|
|State Tax Inspector||77|
|Police Sub Inspector||78|
MPSC Recruitment 2022 Eligibility Criteria
Applicants must know all the eligibility criteria for MPSC Recruitment 2022 like educational qualification and age limit. We have provided an overview below for your convenience:
- For Police Sub-Inspector: Candidates must have complete degree or any equivalent qualifications. The knowledge of the Marathi language is compulsory.
- For Sub Register: The applicant must have completed a degree from a recognized university
- For State Tax Inspector: Applicants to the posts degree or any equivalent qualifications as per the posts. Knowledge in Marathi language is compulsory.
- For Assistant Section Officer: The applicant must have completed a degree from a recognized university. The knowledge of the Marathi language is compulsory.
- For Assistant Section Officer (Group-B): 18 to 38 years
- For State Tax Inspector (Group-B): 19 to 38 years
- For Police Sub-Inspector (Group-B): 19 to 31 years
- For Sub Register: 19 to 31 years
MPSC Recruitment Fee
The application fee to be paid online while submitting online application for MPSC Recruitment 2022 is listed below.
- Open Category: Rs. 394/-
- Reserved Category & Orphans: Rs. 294/-
Steps to Apply for MPSC Recruitment 2022
Step 1 : Applicants who are eligible, can apply online for the MPSC Recruitment exam by the following below steps:
Step 2 : Applicants have to register themselves using their Email ID and Contact Number on the official website https://mpsc.gov.in.
Step 3 : Don’t forget to Note down the Username and Password provided after the registration.
Step 4 : Now, log in with your credentials and fill in all the details in the application form.
Step 5 : Upload scanned copies of the documents in the blank space provided in the application form, such as the Educational Qualification, and Other Certificates.
Step 6 : Candidates from reserved categories are required to submit relevant category certificates along with other documents.
Step 7 : In addition, scanned copies of a recent Passport-size Photograph and a Signature is to be uploaded.
At the end take print out of application after apply on respective posts.
MPSC Recruitment Selection Process 2022
The selection process for MPSC Recruitment includes the following steps:
- Prelims Examination [100 Marks]
- Mains Examination [400 Marks]
- Physical Test only for the Police Sub Inspector [100 Marks]
- Interview [40 Marks]
MPSC Syllabus For Prelims exam
Prelims is the first step of the MPSC combined selection process. Without a clear understanding of the MPSC Subordinate Services Syllabus, candidates will not be able to prepare effectively or crack the exam. Here we have given subject wise important topics covered by MPSC Combined 2022 candidates.
|Current Affairs||Global as well as Indian (Politics, Education, Defence, Sports etc.)|
|Polity||Preliminary Study of the Constitution of India, State Management (Administration) Village Management (Administration)|
|History||The history of modern India, especially Maharashtra|
|Geography||Earth, world divisions, climate, latitude-longitude, types of land in Maharashtra, rainfall, major crops, cities, rivers, industries, etc.|
|Economy||Indian Economy – National Income, Agriculture, Industry, Foreign Trade, Banking, Population, Poverty and Unemployment, Monetary and Fiscal Policy, etc. Government Economy- Budget, Accounts, Audit, etc.|
|General Science||Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Hygiene|
|Quants & Reasoning||addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, average, decimal fraction, and questions related to IQ measurement.|
MPSC Syllabus for Main exam
|Logical Reasoning||Alphanumeric series, Reasoning Analogies, Blood Relations, Calendars, etc.|
|Geography of Maharashtra||Physical Geography of Maharashtra, Main Physiographic Division, Climate, Divisional Change in Rainfall, Rivers, Mountains, and Mountains, Political Division, Administrative Division, Natural Resources – Forests and Minerals. Human and Social Geography: Population, Migration of Population and Its Effects on Source and Destination, Rural Settlements and Tande, Slums and Their Problems. Sant Gadge Baba Village Sanitation Campaign.|
|History of Maharashtra||Social and Economic Awareness (1885-1947), work of important persons, Newspapers and part of education in social awareness in pre-independence India, other contemporary movements in the pre-independence period, national movement.|
|Indian Constitution||How the Constitution was Made and the Role and Principles Behind the Preamble of the Constitution, Highlights / Highlights of the Constitution, Central and State Relations, Secular State, Fundamental Rights, and Duties, State Policy Guidelines – Education, Uniform Civil Code, Independent Judiciary.|
|Human rights and responsibilities||Concepts – Human Rights International, the relevant provisions of the Indian Constitution, the implementation and protection of the human rights and accountability system in India, the human rights movement in India, the problems of deprivation of human rights, poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, socio-cultural-religious practices. Violence, corruption, terrorism, exploitation of workers, protected crime, etc.) The need and importance of training in respecting each other’s rights and human dignity and unity in a democratic system. Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955, Protection of Human Rights Act 1993, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Rules 2005, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989, Dowry Prohibition Act 1961, Mahatma Gandhi Dispute Resolution Campaign.|
|Major Act||· Maharashtra Police Act 1951
· Indian Penal Code 1860
· Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
· Indian Evidence Act ( Indian Evidence Act and it was) 1872