The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has announced the tentative schedule for its examinations to be conducted in 2014.
The commission conducts 18 examinations annually to recruit class I, II and III officers for the state government. The MPSC conducts Rajya Seva Exam to select class I and II officers for the post of deputy collectors, deputy police superintendents and officers of the assistant commissioner level.
As per the announced schedule, the preliminary examination of the MPSC Rajya Seva posts will be held on 02 February 2014, and the main examination for the same has been scheduled to be held on 30, 31 May and 01 June 2014.
The preliminary exam for the post of Sales Tax Inspectors (class III officers) will be conducted by MPSC in the month of July 2014, while the main examination will be held on 23 November 2014. Further, the preliminary and main exams for police sub-inspectors have been scheduled to be held tentatively on 06 April 2014 and 27 July 2014, respectively.
Among other examinations that MPSC is going to conduct in 2014 are for the posts of assistants in Mantralaya, officers for farm, engineering, forestry, technical assistants, civil judge junior division and judicial magistrate.
Aspirants can access the detailed exam schedule on the commission's website: www.mpsc.gov.in
The commission changed the exam pattern of the MPSC examinations as well as introduced objective-type questions last year. The number of papers have been reduced, and consequently the total marks and syllabus accordingly.
The new pattern of MPSC exam has omitted optional subjects, but have retained the General Studies paper in four segments (four papers) along with English and Marathi papers, which remain descriptive as earlier.
Further, the commission has announced that it will introduce the percentile system for all exams soon to let increase the rate qualifying candidates as well as to fill up posts that have been vacant for two years.
Check Out Here the Tentative Schedule of MPSC Competitive Examination in 2014
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