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MPPSC Pre 2023 Exam Result Announced

The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has announced the result for the pre-examination conducted for recruitment to various state services. The prelims exam was held on 17th December 2023 for screening candidates for the main exam.

MPPSC Pre 2023 Exam Result Announced

Key Dates

Here are the important dates for the MPPSC State Service Exam 2023:

  • Start of application process - 22nd September 2023
  • Last date to apply online - 8th November 2023
  • Last date for fee payment - 8th November 2023
  • Prelims exam date - 17th December 2023
  • Admit card release - 8th December 2023
  • Answer key release - 20th December 2023
  • Result declaration - 19th January 2024

Application Fee

The application fee details are given below:

  • General/Other State candidates - Rs. 500/-
  • Reserved category of MP - Rs. 250/-
  • Portal charges - Rs. 40/-

Payment can be made through debit/credit card, net banking or bank challan.

Age Limit

The minimum age limit is 21 years and maximum age limit is 40 years as on 1st January 2023. Relaxation in upper age limit will be provided as per government rules.

Vacancy Details

The vacancy details for various posts are given below:

Post Name Total Vacancies
State Administrative Service 27
Deputy District Magistrate 17
Deputy Superintendent of Police 22
Additional Assistant Development 17
Development Block Officer 16
Naib Tehsildar 3
Excise Sub Inspector 3
Chief Municipal Officer 17
Cooperative Inspector 122

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for appearing in the MPPSC exam are:

  • The candidate must be an Indian citizen.
  • The minimum age is 21 years and maximum age is 40 years as on 1st January 2023.
  • Age relaxation rules apply as per government norms.
  • The candidate must hold a graduation degree from a recognized university.
  • Knowledge of Hindi language is essential.

Selection Process

The MPPSC selection process comprises:

  1. Preliminary Exam - Objective MCQ paper to screen candidates.
  2. Mains Exam - Descriptive paper to test writing skills.
  3. Interview - Personality test carrying 100 marks.

Candidates clearing all stages will be eligible for final selection based on merit.

Exam Pattern

The MPPSC exam pattern is as follows:

Prelims:
  • Total questions - 100 MCQs
  • Marking scheme - 1 mark for correct, -0.25 for incorrect
  • Duration - 2 hours
  • Negative marking applies for wrong answers.
Mains:
  • Total 5 descriptive papers
  • 300 marks each, total 1500 marks
  • 3 hours duration per paper
  • Questions based on GS, aptitude and optional subject
Interview:
  • Personality test of 100 marks
  • Assesses candidates' mental acumen, depth of knowledge etc.

How to Check Result

To check the MPPSC prelims result, candidates need to visit the official website www.mppsc.gov.in. The following steps can be followed:

  1. Go to ‘Result’ section on homepage
  2. Click on link for State Service Exam 2023 prelims result
  3. Enter application number and date of birth
  4. Result will appear on screen, download for future reference.

Qualified candidates will be eligible to appear for the MPPSC mains exam.

Conclusion

The MPPSC conducts this exam annually to recruit candidates to prestigious state civil services. Shortlisted applicants undergo a rigorous selection process to get employed with the Madhya Pradesh government. The prelims result will pave way for the next round. Candidates are advised to thoroughly prepare for the mains exam as per the defined syllabus and pattern.

FAQs

Q1: How many total vacancies are available in MPPSC 2023?

Ans: There are a total of 227 vacancies available for various posts in the MPPSC recruitment 2023.

Q2: What is the upper age limit for MPPSC exam?

Ans: The maximum age limit is 40 years as on 1st January 2023 with age relaxation for reserved categories.

Q3: What is the application fee for general category?

Ans: General category candidates have to pay Rs. 500 as the application fee.

Q4: What is the pattern of MPPSC mains exam?

Ans: The MPPSC mains comprises 5 descriptive papers of 300 marks each and 3 hours duration.

Q5: How to download the prelims admit card?

Ans: Candidates can download the admit card from the MPPSC website using registration details.

Q6: When will the final result be declared?

Ans: The final selection list is declared after the interview round is completed.

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