mpsc syllabus 2022

mpsc syllabus 2022

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) is an organization that conducts exams and selects Group “A” and Group “B” civil servants for the Maharashtra state. Maharashtra Public Service Commission administers the exam to recruit candidates and fill civil services jobs in the state. According to the government, the MPSC recruits on the basis of merit and the reservation rules are last. According to the post, MPSC conducts the exams in two stages or three stages.

MPSC syllabus 2022 is set by the conducting authority of MPSC.

MPSC Syllabus 2022 – Overview
Organization NameMaharashtra Public Service Commission
Exam NameMaharashtra Group-C Services ExamMaharashtra Subordinate Service ExamMaharashtra Engineering Services ExamMaharashtra Agriculture Services ExamMPSC State Service Main ExaminationMaharashtra Forest Service ExaminationMPSC Civil Judge Exam
MPSC Selection ProcessPreliminary ExamMain ExamInterview
MPSC Official Websitewww.mpsc.gov.in
MPSC Exam Date 2022:
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MPSC Syllabus 2022 Prelims
General StudiesCurrent events, History of India (with special reference to Maharashtra) and Indian National Movement, Maharashtra, India, and World Geography – Social, Economic Geography of Maharashtra, Physical, India, and the World.
Maharashtra and India – Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayat Raj, Urban Governance, Public Policy, Rights issues, Economic and Social Development
General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change, General Science.
CSATComprehension, Interpersonal and communication skills, Logical reasoning and analytical ability, Decision – making and problem – solving, General mental ability, and Basic quantitative aptitude

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MPSC Syllabus 2022 Mains :

GS (General Studies) – I: History and Geography

  • History: History of Modern India particularly Maharashtra, Establishment of British Rule in India, Socio-Cultural Changes, Social and economic awakening, Emergence and growth of Indian Nationalism, etc.
  • Geography – with special reference to Maharashtra: Physical Geography, Economic Geography of Maharashtra, Environmental Geography, Remote Sensing, etc.
  • Geography and Agriculture: Agroecology, Climate, Soils, Water Management.

GS (General Studies) – II: Indian Constitution and Indian Politics (Special Reference to Maharashtra) and Law

  • The Constitution of India.
  • The Political System (Structure, Powers, and Functions of Governments)
  • State Government and Administration (Special Reference to Maharashtra)
  • District Administration.
  • Rural and Urban Local Government.
  • Educational System.
  • Parties and Pressure Groups
  • Social Welfare and Social Legislation
  • Public Services etc.

GS (General Studies) – III: Human Resource Development (HRD) and Human Rights

  • Human Resource Development: Human Resource Development in India, Education, Vocational Education, Health, Rural Development
  • Human Rights: Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948), Child Development, Women Development, Youth Development, Tribal Development, Welfare of disabled persons, International and Regional Organisations, etc.

GS (General Studies) – IV: Economy and Planning, Economics of Development and Agriculture, Science and Technology Development

  • 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, etc.
  • Science and Technology Developments: Energy (Conventional and non-conventional energy sources), Computer and Information Technology, Space Technology, Biotechnology, Nuclear Policy of India, etc.

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