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    What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Hi Buddy,

    Your query is incomplete. Since you have stated MPSC here are the details related to it. MPSC Stands for Maharashtra Public Service Commission.



    It conducts various examinations for the recruitment of candidates in Maharashtra government departments and agencies, depending upon the openings / vacancies in government departments MPSC advertises the exam schedule. You need to apply in a prescribed format. The advertisement contains details such as eligibility criteria, how to appear for exams, last date to apply for, examination date, guide lines, etc.

    The notification is released and published in Employment News and national daily newspapers.

    Eligibility :

    * You must be graduate from any of the recognized university.

    Only the education qualification remains the same and all the other details such as age, height, specific degree for a particular post, etc.. keep changing with respect to the post applied.

    Similar to UPSC MPSC exam also has two phases

    * Preliminary Exam
    * Main Exam

    The list of List Of Compulsory And Optional Subjects are stated below

    Compulsory Subjects:

    Marathi
    English
    General Studies – I
    General Studies - II

    Optional Subjects:

    Computer Science
    Mechanical Engineering

    As you have not specified that for which exam you want to apply, therefore i have given all the details. I hope now you would be able to decide whether you can give exam or not.

    Still if could finish your query it would be helpful for you to recieve complete details.

    All the best

    @ S.Venkateshwarulu




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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Syllabus for State Services (Main) Examination:

    **Syllabus of all subjects (compulsory + optional) are available online MPSC Maharashtra India

    website at the following link:

    http://mpsc.maharashtra.gov.in/engli...abus/Index.htm


    ALL THE BEST............

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    THE DETAILS SYLLABUS FOR MPSC EXAM


    Special District Social Welfare Officer, Gr-A.
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    Drug Inspector, General State Service, Group-B in Food and Drugs Administration
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    Sales Tax Inspector Limited Departmental Competitive Examination
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    Police Sub Inspector Departmental Examination
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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    MPSC EXAM:



    The MPSC for examination of following posts:
    combined civil services, police sub-inspector, sales tax inspector, assistant, Maharashtra engineering services (Group B) and Maharashtra agricultural services, civil judge junior division and judicial magistrate (first class), Maharashtra engineering services (Group A) and Maharashtra forest services.

    The MPSC has provided the tentative schedule of the preliminary and the main examination on its website, http://www.mpsc.gov.in.

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    Hello!
    MPSC syllabus consists of Preliminary exam and main exam.You can find below the detail syllabus of this exam>>
    Preliminary Examination>>
    Arts and Social Sciences 30 Marks
    Intellegence Test 50 Marks
    Current Affairs 30 Marks
    Science and Technology 30 Marks
    Commerce and Economics 30 Marks
    Agriculture 30 Marks
    Total 200 Marks

    MAIN EXAMINATION>>

    General Studies – 1
    Contents Marks
    History 40
    Geography of India 40
    Indian Polity 40
    Human resource Development 40
    Human Rights 40
    Total 200
    General Studies – 2
    Contents Marks
    India and World (India's position in global happenings) 40
    Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development 40
    Development of natural resources 40
    Development of Sciences & Technology 40
    Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams 40
    TotaL 200

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by simran_cool@yahoo.co.in View Post
    Hiii...

    What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?
    The Maharashtra Public Service Commission is a body of the Indian Government which provides suitable applicants for a variety of posts in the Government offices. Exams are conducted by the MPSC for diverse cadres of Officers in the Maharashtra State Services. There are chiefly 3 classes of cadres- Class I, Class II, and Class III. Each one of these exams has both prelims and main papers, i.e., the aspirants need to pass the MPSC Prelims Exams first and only then will they be able to appear for the MPSC Main Exams.

    Eligibility For MPSC Exam

    Academic:

    Degree in Science/Engineering.

    Age:

    19-28 years. Relaxable upto 33 years for BC candidates

    Physical:

    Height: 165 cms.

    Chest: 84 cms. (Unexpanded) for Supt. Prohibition & Excise or DSP/ACP

    Examination Pattern

    1. Preliminary Exam (2 objective-type papers)

    2. Main Exam

    The syllabus of MPSC exam:

    1) English (100 Marks) – Descriptive type questions

    2) Marathi (100 Marks) – Descriptive type questions

    3) General Studies Paper I (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) – 2 hours

    4) General Studies Paper II (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    5) General Studies Paper III (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    6) General Studies Paper IV (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    Negative Marking for GS papers – For 2 wrong answers 1 mark will be cut.

    Passing Marks:

    45% in each of the 6 papers for Open Category

    40% in each of the 6 papers for Reserved Categories (SC/ST/OBCs, etc)

    Interview: 100 Marks

    good luck !!!

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    Smile Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?



    [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]MPSC stands for Maharashtra Public Service Commision
    [/COLOR]


    --> To appear in this exam,one should be Graduate.
    --> Minimum age is 21year for appearing in this exam.In Upper age, candidate get relaxation -->
    Generals can appear upto 33 years,
    OBC can appear upto 35 years,
    SC/ST can appear upto 38 years.

    MPSC exam held in 3 segments step by step -->>
    Prelims ->> Main Exam ->> Interview.

    [COLOR="rgb(160, 82, 45)"]MPSC Exam Syllabus ->>
    [/COLOR]

    [COLOR="rgb(160, 82, 45)"]> Preliminary Exam Syllabus[/COLOR] = Paper will be of 200 marks.It consist the following Subjects -->

    * Arts and Social Sciences
    * Intellegence Test
    * Current Affairs
    * Science and Technology
    * Commerce and Economics
    * Agriculture

    [COLOR="rgb(160, 82, 45)"]> Main Exam Syllabus [/COLOR]= Paper will divide in two parts - General Studies - I and General Studies - II.

    * General Studies I = History,Geography of India,Indian Polity,Human resource Development,
    Human Rights.
    * General Studies II = India and World (India's position in global happenings),
    Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development,Development of
    natural resources,Development of Sciences & Technology,
    Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams.

    These are the Optional subjects for Main exam -->
    • Agriculture
    • Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development
    • Horticulture
    • Economics
    • English Literature
    • Geography
    • Sanskrit Literature
    • Political Science and International Relations
    • Hindi Literature
    • History
    • Management
    • Marathi Literature
    • Philosophy
    • Psychology
    • Botany
    • Sociology
    • Urdu Literature
    • Accountancy and Auditing
    • Computer Science
    • Law
    • Zoology
    • Chemistry
    • Geology
    • Mathematics
    • Microbiology
    • Physics
    • Statistics
    • Public Administration

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by simran_cool@yahoo.co.in View Post
    Hiii...

    What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?
    Hello friend....



    MPSC-Maharashtra Public Service Commission

    *This entrance exam is conducted by Government of Maharashtra providing jobs in Government offices.Exam is conducted by the MPSC for diverse cadres of Officers in the Maharashtra State Services.

    *There are chiefly 3 classes of cadres- Class I, Class II, and Class III.

    *Each one of these exams has both prelims and main papers

    *You have to pass MPSC Prelims Exams first and only then you will be able to appear for the MPSC Main Exams.



    Syllabus of MPSC exam



    -->General Studies

    -->History

    -->Geography of India

    -->Indian Polity

    -->Human resource Development

    -->Human Rights

    -->India and World (India's position in global happenings)

    -->Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development

    -->Development of natural resources

    -->Development of Sciences & Technology

    -->Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams



    *There is very tough competition for this exam you must prepare well for this exam you should have good practice for 3-4 moths for a better score


    good luck

    all the best

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    last year mpsc question paper

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by simran_cool@yahoo.co.in View Post
    Hiii...

    What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?
    well,friend;..

    MPSC stands for Maharashtra Public Service Commission :

    This state is conducted the various posts for requiting in various departments for various educational requirements, Basically required educational qualification is you must completed the graduation from recognized university.

    And required age limit should be 21-80 years and here age relaxation is also available as per state govt rules.

    Selection Processor :

    For this exam the selection processor is based on the written test and personal interview conducted by the state govt,apart from first conducted the written test.This written test consists of 5 sections they include;..

    1.English:
    • Essay
    • Letter Writting
    2.Communication Skill:
    • A notice
    • Dialagu writting
    • Speeches
    • An individualconversation with a group of people
    • Group Discussion
    • Precis writing
    • Comprehension
    3.Grammar :
    • Transformation of Sentences,
    • Correction of Sentences,
    • iUse of Tenses,
    • Punctuation,
    • Word-formation,
    • Use of Phrases.
    4.General Studies - I :

    Section -A:
    • History
    Section -B :
    • Geography of India,Soils.
    Section -C :
    • Indian Polity (With special Reference to Maharashtra)
    Section - D :
    • Human Resource Development (HRD)
    Section - E :
    • Human Rights
    5.General Studies - II :

    Section - A :
    • India in World Affairs
    Section - B :
    • Indian Economy, Planning, Trade, Rural Development
    Section - C :
    • Natural Resource Development
    • Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development
    • Development of fisheries
    • Horticulture
    • Forestry
    • Food and Nutrition
    Section - D :
    • Scientific and Technological Developments
    Section - E :
    • Statistical Analysis, Graphs and Diagrams
    all the best;..


    www.mpsc.gov.in/

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    FRIEND,

    MPSC stands for MAHARASHTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION and there are a lot of exams conducted by MPSC.
    • Maharashtra State Medical Services Examination
    • Maharashtra State Engineering Services Examination
    • Maharashtra State Forest Service Examination
    • Sales Tax Inspector Competitive Examination
    • Maharashtra Agricultural Services Examination
    • Police Sub Inspector Examination
    • State Civil Services Examination
    • Assistant Inspector of Motor Vehicles Examination
    • Clerical and Typists Examination
    • Stenographers Examination

    You will get a Job after clearing the Interview and the posts are
    [/I][/B]
    • Govt. of Maharashtra clerical jobs
    • Govt. of Maharashtra engineering jobs
    • Income Tax Department Maharashtra jobs
    • Govt. of Maharashtra deputy collector jobs
    • Govt. of Maharashtra jobs of police sub-inspector

    Eligibility Criteria of MPSC Class I and Class II Officers Exams

    Age Criteria:

    1) OBC: 35 years
    2) SC/ST/NT: 38 years
    3) Open Category: 33 years

    Educational Qualifications: A candidate must be a graduate

    Eligibility Criteria of MPSC PSI/STI/Assistant Exams

    Age Criteria:

    1) OBC: 35 years
    2) SC/ST/NT: 38 years
    3) Open Category: 33yrs / for PSI exams it is 28 yrs

    Educational Qualifications: A candidate must be a graduate

    The Syllabus for the MPSC exam is given below.

    English:-
    • Essay
    • Letter Writting
    Communication Skill:-

    A notice
    Dialagu writting
    Speeches
    An individualconversation with a group of people
    A GroupDiscussion, a Meeting, a Teleconference on a topical issue

    Precis writing
    Comprehension
    Paraphrase of a Prose Passage

    Grammar :

    i)Transformation of Sentences,ii) Correction of Sentences,
    iii)Use of Tenses, iv) Punctuation, v)Word-formation,
    vi)Use of Phrases.

    General Studies - I

    Section -A (Marks : 40 )

    History:-

    Brief history of Maharashtra: Socio-cultural development during thefollowing regimes - Satvahanas - Vakatakas - Chalukyas - Rashtrakutas -Shilahars - Yadavas - Muslim regimes and Marathas.
    History of Modern India (1818-1857) particularly Maharashtra [^] : Introduction of modern education - Press, Railway, Post andTelegraph, Industries, Land reforms and Socio-religious reforms - Its impacton society.
    Social and economic awakening: IndianNationalism - 1857 revolt and after, Indian National Congress (1885 - 1947),Role of important personalities, Role of Press and Education in socialawakening in pre- independent India.
    The other contemporary movements during pre-independence: Satyashodhak Samaj - Dr. B.R.Ambedkar's Movement - HinduMahasabha- Muslim League - National Revolutionary Movement - Leftist Movement- Peseant Movement - Tribal uprising.
    Post Independence development: Integration of princely states, formation of Linguistic states,Samyukta Maharashtra movement major political parties and personalitiesinvolved therein, Major developments and personalities during 1960-1990.
    Cultural Heritage of Maharashtra (Ancient to Modern) : PerformingArts (Dance, Drama, Films, Music and Folk Arts), Visual Arts (Architecture,Painting and Sculpture) and Festivals.
    Impact of Literature on socio - psychological development of Maharashtra: Bhakti, Dalit, Urban and Rural Literature.

    Section -B ( Marks : 40 )


    a) Geography of India - with special reference to Maharashtra :
    .
    01) Location and extent - India's strategic location with reference to her neighbours, IndianOcean Rim, Asia and the Worl
    02) Physical Geography:- Evolution of the Subcontinent - Majorphysiographic regions - Problems of floods and river pollution -Physiographic details of Maharashtra.a) Climate: Distribution of Rainfall. Rainfall in Maharashtra - spatial andtemporal variability - Agroclimatic zones of Maharashtra - Problem of Droughtand scarcity, DPAP (Draught Prone Area Programme) -Water requirement inAgricultural, Industrial and Domestic Sectors. Problem of Drinking Water.

    b) Soils - problems of soil erosion and degradation in Maharashtra. c) Natural Vegetation and wild life - Forest types in India and Indian wild life - National Parks - Sanctuaries in Maharashtra - Tiger Project.

    03) Economic Geography:- Minerals and Energy Resources : Theredistribution, importance and development in Maharashtra. Tourism in Maharashtra - Religious,Medicinal, Eco-Tourism and Cultural Heritage.
    04) Human and Social Geography:

    Distribution of population. Migration ofpopulation - effects of migration on source and destination areas. Rural settlements in Maharashtra. Problems of Urbanand Rural Settlements - Environmental, Housing, Slum, Water Supply andSanitation, Urban Traffic and Pollution.

    Section -C ( Marks : 40)


    3) Indian Polity (With special Reference to Maharashtra) :


    01) The Constitution of India: Making of theConstitution - Philosophy of the Preamble - Salient Features of theConstitution (Secular democratic and socialist) - Fundamental Rights andDuties - Directive Principles of State Policy such as Free and Compulsoryprimary education, Uniform Civil Code - Centre - State relations andFormation of New States - Independent Judiciary - Amendment Procedure : MajorAmendments to the Constitution : Landmark Judgments used for interpreting theConstitution. Structure and Functions of majorCommissions and Boards: Election Commission, Union and State Public ServiceCommissions, National Women's Commission, Human Rights Commission, NationalMinorities S.C./S.T. Commission - River Water Dispute Settlements Board etc.

    02) The Political System (Structure, Powers and Functions ofGovernments) :

    a) The CentralGovernment - The Union Executive: President- Vice-President- Prime Minister and Council of Ministers - Attorney General of India - Comptroller and Auditor General of India
    b) The Union Legislature- Parliament, Speaker and Dy. Speaker -Parliamentary Committees - Parliament's Control over Executive.
    c)Judiciary: Organisation of Judiciary - Integrated Judiciary- Functions - Role and Power of the Supreme Court and High Court -Subordinate Courts - Lok Pal, Lok Aayukt and Lok Nyayalaya - Judiciary as awatch-dog protecting the Constitutional Order- Judicial Activism.
    d) The State Government: The State Executive - Governor - Chief Minister and the Councilof Minister - Role, Functions and Powers - The State Legislature -Legislative Assembly - Legislative Council - Compositions - Powers, Functionsand Role - Legislative Committees.
    e) The Local Governments:

    01) Urban - Municipal Corporations, Municipal councils, Municipalities,Nagarpanchayat and Cantonment Boards. Structure, Officials, Resources,Powers- Functions and Controls. (2) Rural - Panchayat Raj System - Zilla Parishad, Taluka Panchayat andVillage Panchayat - Structure - Officials - Resources - Powers- Functions andControls (3) Significance of 73rd and 74thAmendment to the Constitution. (4) Empowerment of local government and their role indevelopment.
    03) Parties and Pressure Groups: Nature of Party system - Role of NationalParties - Ideology, organisation and electoral performance - Regional Parties- Ideology, Organisation and electoral performance - Major Pressure Groupsand Interest Groups in Maharashtra - their Role and impact on Policy making.
    04) The Media: Print and Electronic Media - its impacton policy making, shaping of the public opinion and educating the people.
    05) The Electoral Process: Main features of Electoral process - singlemember territorial Constituencies. Reserved constituencies for weakersections - Adult Franchise - Role of Election Commission - General Elections- Major trends - Patterns of Voting behaviour - and Factors influencing thevoting behaviour - Problems and difficulties in conducting Free and FairElections - Electoral Reforms.
    06) Challenges and Responses to Indian Democracy: Social and Economic inequalities - Regional imbalances -illiteracy and unemployment.

    Section - D( Marks : 40 )

    4) Human Resource Development (HRD) :-

    01) Human Resource Development in India - Presentstatus of population in India - quantitative aspect (size and growth - Sex, Age, Urban andRural) and qualitative aspects (Education and Healthcare). Population policy and projection upto2050. Importance and need of HumanResource planning in modern society. Components and factors involved inplanning of Human Resources. Nature,types and problems of unemployment in India, Trends of Employment in India, Demand estimate of skilled manpower in different Sectors andAreas. Governmental and VoluntaryInstitution engaged in development of manpower e.g. NCERT, NIEPA, UGC, Open Universities, AICTE, ITIs, NCVT, IMC etc. Problems and issues related to HRD.Govt. employment policy, various schemes to reduce unemployment andunderemployment.
    02) Education: Education as a tool of HR developmentand social change. Education (Pre-primary to Higher Education) system in India. Problems and issues (Universalisation of education,vocationalisation of education. Quality improvement, Dropout etc.) Education for - Girls, Socially andEconomically underprivileged classes, Handicapped, Minorities, Talent Searchetc. Govt. policies, Schemes andprogramms for Education, Govt. and Voluntary Agencies involved in promoting,regulating and monitoring Formal, Non- formal and Adult education.e-Learning. Impact of globalisationand privatisation on Indian education.
    03) Vocational Education: As a tool of HRdevelopment. Vocational/TechnicalEducation- Present status, systems and training in India particularly in Maharashtra. Govt. policies, schemes and programs - Problems, issues andefforts to overcome them. Institutes involved in promoting, regulating,accrediting vocational and Technical Education.
    04) Health: As an essential and major component ofHRD, Vital Statistics, World Health Organisation (WHO) - objectives,structure, functions and its programmes. Govt. Health policies, schemes andprogrammes, Healthcare system in India. Problems and issuesrelated to Healthcare and efforts to overcome them.
    05) Rural Development: Empowerment ofpanchayat Raj system. VillagePanchayat and its role in Rural development, Land reforms and development,Role of cooperative institutes in Rural Development, Financial Institutesinvolved in Rural Development, Rural Employment Schemes, Rural Water Supplyand Sanitation programs. Infrastructure development e.g. Energy,Transportation, Housing and communication in rural area.

    Section - E( Marks : 40 )

    5) Human Rights :- Concept-Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948)- International humanrights standards, Its reflections in Indian constitution, mechanism toenforce and protect Human Rights in India, Human Rights Movement in India,Problems related to human rights deprivations such as poverty, illiteracy, unemployment,social-cultural-religious practices, violence, corruption, terrorism,exploitation of labour, custodial crimes etc.). Need, for training andpractising of human rights and human dignity in a democratic set up.


    6) Socio-Economic development of following segments of the society :-

    01) Child Development: problems and issues(Infant mortality, Malnutrition, Child labour, Children education etc.) -Government Policies, welfare schemes and programs - Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations Community resources. People participationin their Welfare.
    .02) Women Development - problems and issues(Gender inequality, Violence against women, Girl child Infanticide/Foeticide,Empowerment of Women etc.)- Government Policy, schemes and programs fordevelopment / welfare and empowerment - Role of international agencies,Voluntary Organisations and Community resources. People’s participation intheir development.
    03) Youth Development: problems and issues(Unemployment, unrest, drug addiction etc.) - Government Policy - developmentschemes and programs - Role of international agencies, VoluntaryOrganisations and Community resources. People’s participation in theirdevelopment.
    04) Tribal Development: problems and issues(Malnutrition, isolation, integration and development etc.) - Tribal movement- Government Policy, welfare schemes and programs- Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations and Community resources. People’sparticipation in their Welfare.
    05) Development for Socially deprived classes ( SC, OBC etc. ) - problems and issues (inequality in opportunity etc.) -Government Policy, welfare schemes and development programs - Role ofinternational agencies, Voluntary Organisations and Resource mobilsation andCommunity participation.
    06) Welfare for aged People- problems and issues- Government Policy - welfare schemes and programs - Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations and Community participation for theirdevelopment. Utilisation of their services in developmental activities.
    07) Labour Welfare - problems and issues(working conditions, wages, health and problems related to organised andunorganised sectors) - GovernmentPolicy, welfare schemes and programs - Role of international agencies,community and Voluntary Organisations.
    08) Welfare of disabled persons - problems andissues (inequality in educational and employment opportunity etc.) -Government Policy, welfare schemes and programs - Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations in employment and rehabilitation.
    09) People’s Rehabilitations - (People affected by Development projects and Natural Calamities.) -Strategy and programs - Legal Provisions - Consideration of different aspectslike economic, cultural, social, psychological etc.

    7) Globalisationand its impact on different sections of Indian Society.
    8) Consumer Protection: Salient features ofthe existing act- Rights of consumers- Consumer disputes and redressalmachinery, Different kinds of Forums- Objectives, Powers, functions, procedures, Consumer Welfare Fund.
    9) Values and Ethics : Fostering of social norms, values, ethics through formal andinformal agencies such as family, religion, education, media etc.


    General Studies - II

    Section - A( Marks : 40 )

    India in World Affairs:-

    1) Foreign Policy of India :-

    01) Basic Principles, Objectives, andDeterminants of foreign policy.
    02)India and Neighbours: Conflict andCo-operation.
    03) India and Indian Ocean.
    04) Foreign Economic Policy of India: Aid, Trade and economic cooperation.
    2) Nuclear Policy of India :


    01) Salient features.
    02) Determinants ofNuclear Tests:

    Pokhran I (1974) and Pokhran II (1998)

    03) Recent Trends in Nuclear Policy such asNPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty) and CTBT (Comprehensive Test BanTreaty.)

    3) India's External and Internal SecurityConcerns :

    01) Terrorism, Insurgency, Regional andSub-regional conflicts; Socio-economic imbalances; Naxalite Movements,Separatist Movements, Communal Violences and Caste Conflicts.
    02) Law Enforcement Mechanism and Judiciary.

    a) Existing Laws and Regulations with reference to Maharashtra [^] .

    1. Intelligence and Security Agencies

    c) Treaties of Extradition and Interpol.

    4) International Affairs and Institutions :

    01) Emerging important issues and events ininternational relations (1990 onwards) Political, Strategic and Economic : considerations.
    02) Regional andInternational Institutions:

    a) SAARC, ASEAN, NAM, Commonwealth of Nations and European Union.b) United Nations System: Its Charter andOrgans, (General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council andInternational Court of Justice) c) UN Agencies: UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNDP, UNICEF, UNHCR, UNPeace Keeping Forces, UNCHR, ILO and WHO.

    Section - B( Marks : 40 )

    Indian Economy, Planning, Trade, Rural Development

    5) Planning : Process - Types - Review of India'sFirst to Tenth Five year Plans. Evaluation. Social and Economic Indicators of Development. State and Local Level Planning. Decentralisation - 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments.

    Indian Economy - trends in SectoralDevelopment and profile of service Sector. Challenges in Indian Economy -Poverty, Unemployment and Regional Imbalances.
    6) Urban and Rural Infrastructure Development: Need and Significance. Growth and Development of Social and economic infrastructure such asEnergy, Water supply and sanitation, Housing, Transport (Road, Portsetc.) Communications (Post andTelegraphs, Telecommunication), Network of Radio, TV, Internet. Crises, problems related to Infrastructurein India. Policy alternatives -Public-Private Sector Partnership. FDIand Infrastructure Development - Privatisation of infrastructuredevelopment. Centre and StateGovernment Policies for Infrastructure Development. Transport and Housing (Urban and Rural).Problems - Centre and State Government initiatives and programmes.
    7) Industry : Need - importance and role of industries in economic and socialdevelopment, Growth Pattern, Structure of Large-scale Industries in India with special reference to Maharashtra. Small-scale,Cottage and Village industries Problems Prospects of Small scale, cotage andvillage industry. Impact of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisationon SSIs. State Government Policy,measures and programmes for development, promotion and monitoring of SSIs(with special reference to Maharashtra) Export Potential of Small scale and cottage industries.
    8) Co-operation: Concept, Meaning, Objectives, Old andnew principles of co-operation. Growthand diversification of co-operative movement in India. Co-operative institution in Maharashtra - types, role,importance and diversification. State policy and Co-operative sector -Legislation, Supervision, Audit and Aid. Problems of Co-operatives in Maharashtra. Prospects ofCooperatives in the era of global competition.
    9) Economic reforms: Background,Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation - (concept, meaning, scopeand limitations). Economic Reforms at Centre and State Level. WTO Regime - Provisions and itsimplications and impact on Indian Economy, issues and problems.
    10) International Trade and International Captial Movements: Emerging Trends in era of globalisation. Growth, Composition and Direction of India's Foreign Trade. Foreign trade policy of India - Export Promotion. WTOand International Trade. Foreign Capital Inflows - Composition and Growth -FDI. e-Commerce. Role ofMultinationals - International Financing Agencies - (IMF, World Bank andIDA). International Credit Ratings.
    11) Public Finance: Sources of revenue -tax, non-tax and public debt of Centre and States in India. Public Expenditure(Centre and States) - Growth and causes. Public Expenditure Reform -Performance Based Budgeting and Zero - Based Budgeting. review of Tax Reforms at national and State level. VAT.

    Public debt - Growth, Composition andBurden. Problem of States'Indebtedness to Centre.
    Fiscal Deficits - Concepts, Control ofDeficits - Centre, State and RBI Initiatives.
    Fiscal Reforms in India - Review at Centre and State Level.

    Section - C( Marks : 40 )

    12) Natural Resource Development

    1. Agriculture: Importance of Agriculture in NationalEconomy - Causes of low productivity - Government policies, schemes andprogrammes for agriculture production and developments such as land reformsand land utilisation, soil and water conservation, rainfed farming,Irrigation and its methods, Agriculture inputs (improved seeds, Fertilizersand Manures, Pest Management, Mechanization of Agriculture). Problem of ruralindebtedness, Agriculture credit- need, importance and Financial Institutionsinvolved therein. Agriculture pricing- components, factors affecting pricesof various Agriculture produces - Govt. support prices of various agricultureproduces, Subsidies. Agriculture Marketing - present status, Value addedproducts. Role of Govt and itsinstitutes in agriculture marketing.

    13) Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development: Its role, importanceand significance in National Economy, Livestock in India particularly inMaharashtra, Govt policies, schemes and programmes for livestock developmentincluding livestock breeds, feeds and fodder, Healthcare - Role of milk, meatand poultry products in human nutrition, White Revolution, Co-operative dairyenterprises in Maharashtra.

    14) Development of fisheries: Its role and significance in national economy, scope anddevelopment of fisheries in India and particularly in Maharashtra, Causes of low productivity and Govt efforts to overcome it,export of marine products.

    15) Horticulture: Importance and scope of fruit andplantation crops with reference to Maharashtra, Role of fruits and vegetablesin human nutrition, Major fruit Plants, vegetable crops and flower plants ofMaharashtra, Horticultural crops suitable for dryland and rainfed condition.Problems and its solutions of low productivity. Processing, packaging,transportation, marketing of Horticultural Products. Government schemes andprograms for Horticulture development and marketing, Government Agencies andInstitutes engaged in Horticulture development.

    16) Forestry: Its role in enhancing the quality ofenvironment, Causes and effects of deforestation, Problems and issues relatedto forestry - Government policies and afforestration programmes (Socialforestry, Agroforestry), Utilisation of forest products, Role of Government,Voluntary Organisation and local community in forest development.

    17) Food and Nutrition: Food - trends inFood production and consumption in India, First and ensuing second GreenRevolutions, Self-sufficiency in food, Problem of food security, Problems andissues of storage, procurement, distribution, import and export of food.Calorific value of foods and its measurement, Energy and nutrient needs ofhuman body for better health and balanced diet - common nutritional problemsin India and its causes and effects, Govt. Policies, schemes, programs suchas PDS, Food for work, Mid-day Meal Scheme and other nutritional programs.

    Section - D( Marks : 40 )

    Scientific and Technological Developments

    18) Energy: Conventional and non-conventionalenergy sources - Potential of Solar, Wind, Biogas, Biomass, Geothermal andother renewable energy sources. Introduction to solar gadgets viz solarcooker, water heater etc. Biogas- principle, and process.
    Problems of Energy Crises, Govt.Policies and programs for power generation. Nuclear Power Program, ThermalPower Program, Hydroelectric Power program, Power distribution and NationalGrid. Agencies and Institutions engaged in Energy security, Research anddevelopment.
    19) Computer: Role of computer in modernsociety, its applications in variousspheres of life such as data communication, networking and web technologies,Cyber crime and its prevention.

    20) Information Technology: as a new industry -use of I.T. in various services and faculties of knowledge. Growth andpresent status of I.T. industry in India, Govt. programs such as Media Lab Asia, Vidya Vahini, GyanVahini, Community Information Centre etc. Major issues in IT industry - itsprospects.

    21) Space Technology: Indian spaceprogrammes, Artificial satellites - types and applications, Indian Artificialsatellites for telecommunication, television, education, broadcasting,weather forecasting, GPS, disaster warning. Indian missile program etc.
    Remote sensing, GIS and its applicationin weather forecasting, Disaster warning, water, soil, mineral resourcesdevelopment, agriculture and fisheries development, urban planning,ecological studies, GS and GIS.

    22) Water Resources: Significance ofwater in human & national development, National and State Water Policy,Water Resources - potential, planning and development in India particularlyin Maharashtra, Intrastate andInterstate River water disputes, Various irrigation projects, Nationalprogramme of flood management, Groundwater development in India particularlyin Maharashtra. National and State Agencies engaged in water resourcedevelopment and research.

    23) Ocean Development: Role of the seas inclimatic changes and monsoon in India, Marine living and non-living resourcesdevelopment, causes and effect of sea pollution and coastal degradation,Coastal and Marine Area Management, CRZ Regulation, Coastal CommunityDevelopment. Govt. programs and activitiesfor ocean resources development, Ocean observing and research.

    24) Meteorology: Earth atmosphere - its composition,extent and structure. Atmospheric weather variables (Parameters), Weatherforecasting system, cloud formation and movement - Monsoon model - crop yieldmodel.

    25) Environment: Ecosystems - Biodiversity and balanceecosystem - Biosphere Reserve (wetlands, mangroves coral reefs). Pollution:Types and sources, its impact on environment and related problems, Govt.efforts to prevent and control of pollution, Govt. legislation andprograms. Sustainable development infield of agriculture, industry, urban habitant, etc. Govt. and Voluntaryagencies engaged in Environmental protection activities at national andinternational level.

    26) Biotechnology: Its potential toimprove human life and national economy through agricultural, industrialdevelopment and employment generation. Biotechnology as an essential andimportant tool of natural resource development. Areas of application - Agriculture,Animal breeding and Veterinary health-care, Pharmaceutics, Human healthcare,Food technology, energy generation, environment protection etc. Role andefforts of government in promoting, regulating and developing biotechnologyin country. Ethical, Social, Legalissues related to biotechnological development, possible adverse effects ofbiotechnological development.

    Section - E ( Marks : 40 )

    StatisticalAnalysis, Graphs and Diagrams

    27) Classification and Tablulation of Datagiven in descriptive form.

    28) Computation and interpretation of Mean,Median, Mode of Data given.

    29) Conversion of Tabular data / informationin a) Diagram - Venn, bar, Pie diagram. b) Graph - Line graph, Histogram,Polygon.

    30) Interpretation of Data / Informationgiven in Tabular and Diagramatic / Graphical Form.

    31) Pointing out deficiencies, limitations,in consistencies in the given Data.

    32) To prepare Algorithm and Flow chart forsolving simple problems in organisation.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?



    Maharashtra Public Service Commission [MPSC] arranges examination and recruits many candidates for various posts in Maharashtra.

    It is very effective and good place to work.

    And the most important thing is there are various posts after qualifying this exam


    Eligibility Criteria for MPSC examination.

    Academic qualification :

    1. You must be a graduate in SCIENCE.
    2. Engineering candidates are also applicable for MPSC examination.

    Age :

    The age of the candidate must be within 18 to 32 years in the time when you are doing the registration.


    MPSC Syllabus 2012:-



    English:-

    Essay

    Letter Writting

    Communication Skill:-

    A notice

    Dialog writing

    Speeches

    An individualconversation with a group of people

    A GroupDiscussion, a Meeting, a Teleconference on a topical issue

    Precis writing

    Comprehension

    Paraphrase of a Prose Passage

    Grammar :

    i)Transformation of Sentences,

    ii) Correction of Sentences,

    iii)Use of Tenses,

    iv) Punctuation,

    v)Word-formation,

    vi)Use of Phrases.


    For more details you must visit http://www.mpsc.gov.in/

    good luck . . .

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Dear Friend,

    The break-up of the marks of MPSC Preliminary Examination is as follows

    Preliminary Examination

    Arts and Social Sciences 30 Marks
    Intellegence Test 50 Marks
    Current Affairs 30 Marks
    Science and Technology 30 Marks
    Commerce and Economics 30 Marks
    Agriculture 30 Marks
    Total 200 Marks

    Main Examination
    The syllabus of the main examination of MPSC Examination has been changed in 2006
    Changed syllabus of MPSC Civil Services Main Examinations
    General Studies – 1
    Contents Marks
    History 40
    Geography of India 40
    Indian Polity 40
    Human resource Development 40
    Human Rights 40
    Total 200
    General Studies – 2
    Contents Marks
    India and World (India's position in global happenings) 40
    Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development 40
    Development of natural resources 40
    Development of Sciences & Technology 40
    Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams 40
    Total 200


    List of Optional Subjects for Main Exam
    Agriculture Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development
    Horticulture Economics
    English Literature Geography
    Sanskrit Literature Political Science and International Relations
    Hindi Literature History
    Management Marathi Literature
    Philosophy Psychology
    Botany Sociology
    Urdu Literature Accountancy and Auditing
    Computer Science Law
    Zoology Chemistry
    Geology Mathematics
    Microbiology Physics
    Statistics Public Administration


    Personality Test (Interview) :
    In the interview the candidate is judged for their study of social and national issues, awareness regarding events occuring around him/ her, capacity to take decisions, presence of mind are the factors considered.
    Marks allotted for the interview are 200. The final merit list is declared after considering the candidate's marks in the Main exam and Interview. Accordingly, eligible candidates are appointed at various post. Eventually they get the appointment letter and after training they join the service.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Hello friend !!

    I think you are aware of it, that

    MPSC stands for Maharashtra Public Service Commission .




    Eligibility criteria Maharashtra Public Service Commission is :

    You must be a Degree in Science/Engineering .

    The Age limits must be in between 19-28 years & Relaxable age upto 33 years for BC candidates .

    Physical Requirements are :

    Height: 165 cms.
    Chest: 84 cms. (Unexpanded) for Supt. Prohibition & Excise or DSP/ACP

    Let me tell you, what does MPSC do and use of it ?

    MPSC can be of an Institute which conducts various exams for recruitment in Maharashtra government departments and agencies.

    You can apply for this Online bu just clicking the following link :


    http://www.mpsc.gov.in/MPSC/indexe.jsp.


    Here are the Notifications for the Exams conducted by MPSC in 2012 :

    State Services Exam (Rajyaseva):- 10th Jun 2012 (Prelims) & 1 to 3rd Sep 2012(Main Exam)
    PSI (Direct Entry) :- 22 April 2012(Prelims) & 22 Jul 2012(Main Exam)
    STI (Direct Entry) :- 13 May 2012(Prelims) & 19 Aug 2012(Main Exam)
    Assistant (Direct Entry) :- 17 Jun 2012(Prelims) & 09 Sep 2012(Main Exam)

    The Syllabus of the Examination includes :

    First let us see about the papers in MPSC Examination.

    There are 6 compulsory subjects in MPSC examination which are need to be appeared at any cost.

    The 6 papers are :

    1) English (100 Marks) – Descriptive type questions

    2) Marathi (100 Marks) – Descriptive type questions

    3) General Studies Paper I (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) – 2 hours

    4) General Studies Paper II (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    5) General Studies Paper III (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    6) General Studies Paper IV (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    Negative Marking for GS papers – For 2 wrong answers 1 mark will be cut.

    Passing Marks in this Examination :

    45% in each of the 6 papers for Open Category.

    40% in each of the 6 papers for Reserved Categories (SC/ST/OBCs, etc).

    Interview: 100 Marks

    Now let us discuss about the Respective Syllabus for above mentioned 6 papers.





    Firstly English Syllabus :

    1) Essay (Marks : 30)
    2) Letter writing(Marks : 20)
    3) Communication Skills
    4) Dialogue writing
    5) Speeches
    6) An individual conversation with a group of people(Marks : 50).
    7) Precis-writing (Marks : 20)
    8) Comprehension (Marks : 20)
    9) Paraphrase of a Prose Passage (Marks : 20)
    10) Grammar (Marks : 40)

    Grammar Part Consists of :

    i)Transformation of Sentences,
    ii) Correction of Sentences,
    iii)Use of Tenses,
    iv) Punctuation,
    v)Word-formation,
    vi)Use of Phrases.

    Now we will discuss about the all the Paper from I to IV.

    Paper I: General Studies

    HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY

    Paper II: General Studies

    INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND INDIAN POLITICS (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MAHARASHTRA) AND LAW

    Paper III: General Studies

    HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    Paper IV: General Studies

    ECONOMY AND PLANNING, ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

    For Detailed Syllabus, am hereby attaching a Link from where you can download the entire syllabus and also the new pattern of the examination .

    http://www.maharashtraspider.com/att...labus-2011.pdf

    Good Luck !!

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Hello Friend,



    Full details about MPSC exams stands for Maharastra Public Service Commission and it conducted in two stages.
    MPSC state service entrance exam are conducted for diverse cadres .

    The class of cadres are classified in following three categories:

    i) Class-I

    ii) Class-II

    iii) Class-III

    Syllabus details:


    MPSC examination are conducted in following two stages :-

    1) Preliminary Exam :- Preliminary exam have two paper and they consist General studies , PCM(Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics) and Political Science.

    2) Main Exam :- Main exam have also two paper and they includes English,general studies .

    Educational Qualification for MPSC exam :-

    Candidate must completed graduation from any recognized University/Colleges .

    Age Limit criteria for MPSC exam :- Candidate age limit should be 33 years for general categories and 5 year relaxation for OBC CATEGORIES candidate.

    Details of books for MPSC exam :-

    1.A.C.Banerjee - History of Modern India Raghavan Aiyer

    2.Social Problem - Ram Ahuja

    3.NCERT—Indian Political System


    If any candidate interested in MPSC exam then please send application form to following address along with application form charges

    Maharashtra Lok Seva Ayog,

    Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Fort, Mumbai

    For further information regarding Maharastra public service examination please visit to following website :-

    http://www.mpsc.gov.in/

    All the best.................

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Hi,
    MPSC is an examination conducted by maharashtra public service commission.It is mainly divided in to three levels of examination:

    >Preliminary examination
    >Main Examination
    >Personal Interview

    Compulsory 6 papers:

    1) English (100 Marks) – Descriptive type questions

    2) Marathi (100 Marks) – Descriptive type questions

    3) General Studies Paper I (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) – 2 hours

    4) General Studies Paper II (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    5) General Studies Paper III (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    6) General Studies Paper IV (150 Marks) – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    Negative Marking for GS papers – For 2 wrong answers 1 mark will be cut.

    Passing Marks:

    45% in each of the 6 papers for Open Category

    40% in each of the 6 papers for Reserved Categories (SC/ST/OBCs, etc)

    Interview: 100 Marks

    The syllabus of Main examination are:
    List Of Compulsory And Optional Subjects

    Compulsory Subjects:
    1. Marathi
    2. English
    3. General Studies – I
    4. General Studies - II


    Optional Subjects:
    1. Agriculture
    2. Agricultural Engineering
    3. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
    4. Botany
    5. Chemistry
    6. Civil Engineering
    7. Commerce & Accountancy
    8. Computer Science
    9. Economics
    10. Electrical Engineering
    11. Electronics Engineering
    12. Geography
    13. Geology
    14. History
    15. Home Science
    16. Horticulture
    17. Law
    18. Management
    19. Mathematics
    20. Mechanical Engineering
    21. Medical Sciences
    22. Philosophy
    23. Physics
    24. Political Science and International Relations
    25. Psychology
    26. Public Administration
    27. Sociology
    28. Statistics
    29. Zoology
    30. Marathi (Literature)
    31. Hindi (Literature)
    32. English (Literature )
    33. Sanskrit (Literature )
    34. Urdu (Literature)

    MPSC State Services Preliminary Examination Syllabus
    For Maharashtra state service examination we have to prepare following topics,

    1. Vidhnyan and Abhiyantriki (Science and Technology)
    2. Vaanijya and Arthvyavastha (Commerce and Economics)
    3. Bhugol (Geography)
    4. Krushi (Agriculture)
    5. Bhartiya Rajyapaddhati (Indian Polity)
    6. Jagtik Ghadamodi (Current Affairs – National and International)
    7. Buddhimapan (Mental Ability)
    8. Itihaas (History)
    9. Maharashtrache Samaj Sudharak (Social Reformers).
    10. Gram Prashasan (Village Administration – Local Administration.

    The detailed syllabus is given in the below link:
    http://www.infinitecourses.com/Searc...1-&QueryId=438

    Good luck!

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by simran_cool@yahoo.co.in View Post
    Hiii...

    What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?
    Friend..

    Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) every year conducts various examination for Maharashtra government sectors ranging from higher grade to lower (clearly not specified). ..

    Presently following exam are released by MPSC having valid date of applying..

    1 Police Sub Inspector Preliminery Examination- 2012.
    2 Maharashtra Forest Services Preliminary Examination 2012

    Generally the selection of candidate in MPSC higher rank jobs are done on the basics of triplet tests given below:-
    1. Preliminary Exam
    2. Main Exam and then
    3. Interview

    Syllabus covered in exam :-
    • Language 1
    • Language 2 (Marathi)
    • General Studies
    • History
    • Geography of India
    • Indian Polity
    • Human resource Development
    • Human Rights
    • India and World (India's position in global happenings)
    • Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development
    • Development of natural resources
    • Development of Sciences & Technology
    • Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams

    For further details visit official website :-

    regards
    ~ASHISH~

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    MPSC STANDS FOR MAHARASTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION and UPSC STANDS FOR UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION. and these both organizations conducts examinations for the recruitment of candidates for different Services and posts like DEFENCE SERVICES and CIVIL SERVICES like IAS,IPS,IRS,IFS.

    These exams are conducted every year.some are conducted twice also.

    The Different exams conducted by MPSC are:
    Maharashtra State Medical Services Examination
    Maharashtra State Engineering Services Examination
    Maharashtra State Forest Service Examination
    Sales Tax Inspector Competitive Examination
    Maharashtra Agricultural Services Examination
    Police Sub Inspector Examination
    State Civil Services Examination
    Assistant Inspector of Motor Vehicles Examination
    Clerical and Typists Examination
    Stenographers Examination

    Eligibility Criteria of MPSC Class I and Class II Officers Exams

    * Age Requirements:-
    (a) OBC: 35 years
    (b) SC/ST/NT: 38 years
    (c) Open Category: 33 years

    * Educational Qualifications: You must be a graduate from any recognized University.

    Eligibility Criteria of MPSC PSI/STI/Assistant Exams

    * Age Requirements:
    (a) OBC: 35 years
    (b) SC/ST/NT: 38 years
    (c) Open Category: 33yrs / for PSI exams it is 28 yrs

    * Educational Qualifications: You must be a graduate from any recognized University.

    The Different exams conducted by UPSC are:

    1. Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination (In May)
    2. Civil Services (Main) Examination (In Oct/Nov)
    3. Indian Forest Service Examination (In July)
    4. Engineering Services Examination (In June)
    5. Geologist Examination (in December)
    6. Special Class Railway Apprentices Examination (In July)
    7. National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (In April & September)
    8. Combined Defence Services Examination (In February & August)
    9. Combined Medical Services Examination (In January)
    10. Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination (In November)
    11. Section Officers/Stenographers (Grade-B/Grade-I) Limited Departmental Competetive Examination (In December)
    12. Central Police Forces (Assistant Commandants) Examination (In October)

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR UPSC IS:

    1)EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: You must be a graduate from any recognized University in any field.

    2)AGE CRITERIA: Your age must be between 21 to 30 years.

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    First of all your question is incomplete you have not mention weather you want syllabus of Preliminary or Mains.

    MPSC stands for MAHARASHTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

    To apply for this exam you need to complete your graduation.

    Your age need to be between 19 to 28 years.

    You need to be physically fit.

    Your height need to be 165 cm.

    Your Chest need to be 84 cm.


    To apply for this exam Visit the official web site of MPSC :- http://www.mpsc.gov.in/

    MPSC Syllabus 2012:-

    English:-

    Essay
    Letter Writting


    Communication Skill:-

    A notice
    Dialagu writting
    Speeches
    An individualconversation with a group of people
    A GroupDiscussion, a Meeting, a Teleconference on a topical issue

    Precis writing
    Comprehension
    Paraphrase of a Prose Passage

    Grammar :

    i)Transformation of Sentences,ii) Correction of Sentences,
    iii)Use of Tenses, iv) Punctuation, v)Word-formation,
    vi)Use of Phrases.


    General Studies - I :- Section -A (Marks : 40 )

    History



    Section -B ( Marks : 40 ):-

    a) Geography of India - with special reference to Maharashtra

    b) Soils


    Section -C ( Marks : 40)


    Indian Polity (With special Reference to Maharashtra)


    Section - D( Marks : 40 ):-

    Human Resource Development (HRD)


    Section - E( Marks : 40 ):-

    Human Rights

    Socio-Economic development of following segments of the society


    General Studies - II :- Section - A( Marks : 40 )

    India in World Affairs



    Section - B( Marks : 40 )

    Indian Economy, Planning, Trade, Rural Development


    Section - C( Marks : 40 )

    Natural Resource Development


    Section - D( Marks : 40 )

    Scientific and Technological Developments


    Section - E ( Marks : 40 )

    StatisticalAnalysis, Graphs and Diagrams




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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    FRIEND,



    The Syllabus for the MPSC exam is given below.

    English:-
    • Essay
    • Letter Writting
    Communication Skill:-

    A notice
    Dialagu writting
    Speeches
    An individualconversation with a group of people
    A GroupDiscussion, a Meeting, a Teleconference on a topical issue

    Precis writing
    Comprehension
    Paraphrase of a Prose Passage

    Grammar :

    i)Transformation of Sentences,ii) Correction of Sentences,
    iii)Use of Tenses, iv) Punctuation, v)Word-formation,
    vi)Use of Phrases.

    General Studies - I

    Section -A (Marks : 40 )

    History:-

    Brief history of Maharashtra: Socio-cultural development during thefollowing regimes - Satvahanas - Vakatakas - Chalukyas - Rashtrakutas -Shilahars - Yadavas - Muslim regimes and Marathas.
    History of Modern India (1818-1857) particularly Maharashtra [^] : Introduction of modern education - Press, Railway, Post andTelegraph, Industries, Land reforms and Socio-religious reforms - Its impacton society.
    Social and economic awakening: IndianNationalism - 1857 revolt and after, Indian National Congress (1885 - 1947),Role of important personalities, Role of Press and Education in socialawakening in pre- independent India.
    The other contemporary movements during pre-independence: Satyashodhak Samaj - Dr. B.R.Ambedkar's Movement - HinduMahasabha- Muslim League - National Revolutionary Movement - Leftist Movement- Peseant Movement - Tribal uprising.
    Post Independence development: Integration of princely states, formation of Linguistic states,Samyukta Maharashtra movement major political parties and personalitiesinvolved therein, Major developments and personalities during 1960-1990.
    Cultural Heritage of Maharashtra (Ancient to Modern) : PerformingArts (Dance, Drama, Films, Music and Folk Arts), Visual Arts (Architecture,Painting and Sculpture) and Festivals.
    Impact of Literature on socio - psychological development of Maharashtra: Bhakti, Dalit, Urban and Rural Literature.

    Section -B ( Marks : 40 )


    a) Geography of India - with special reference to Maharashtra :
    .
    01) Location and extent - India's strategic location with reference to her neighbours, IndianOcean Rim, Asia and the Worl
    02) Physical Geography:- Evolution of the Subcontinent - Majorphysiographic regions - Problems of floods and river pollution -Physiographic details of Maharashtra.a) Climate: Distribution of Rainfall. Rainfall in Maharashtra - spatial andtemporal variability - Agroclimatic zones of Maharashtra - Problem of Droughtand scarcity, DPAP (Draught Prone Area Programme) -Water requirement inAgricultural, Industrial and Domestic Sectors. Problem of Drinking Water.

    b) Soils - problems of soil erosion and degradation in Maharashtra. c) Natural Vegetation and wild life - Forest types in India and Indian wild life - National Parks - Sanctuaries in Maharashtra - Tiger Project.

    03) Economic Geography:- Minerals and Energy Resources : Theredistribution, importance and development in Maharashtra. Tourism in Maharashtra - Religious,Medicinal, Eco-Tourism and Cultural Heritage.
    04) Human and Social Geography:

    Distribution of population. Migration ofpopulation - effects of migration on source and destination areas. Rural settlements in Maharashtra. Problems of Urbanand Rural Settlements - Environmental, Housing, Slum, Water Supply andSanitation, Urban Traffic and Pollution.

    Section -C ( Marks : 40)


    3) Indian Polity (With special Reference to Maharashtra) :


    01) The Constitution of India: Making of theConstitution - Philosophy of the Preamble - Salient Features of theConstitution (Secular democratic and socialist) - Fundamental Rights andDuties - Directive Principles of State Policy such as Free and Compulsoryprimary education, Uniform Civil Code - Centre - State relations andFormation of New States - Independent Judiciary - Amendment Procedure : MajorAmendments to the Constitution : Landmark Judgments used for interpreting theConstitution. Structure and Functions of majorCommissions and Boards: Election Commission, Union and State Public ServiceCommissions, National Women's Commission, Human Rights Commission, NationalMinorities S.C./S.T. Commission - River Water Dispute Settlements Board etc.

    02) The Political System (Structure, Powers and Functions ofGovernments) :

    a) The CentralGovernment - The Union Executive: President- Vice-President- Prime Minister and Council of Ministers - Attorney General of India - Comptroller and Auditor General of India
    b) The Union Legislature- Parliament, Speaker and Dy. Speaker -Parliamentary Committees - Parliament's Control over Executive.
    c)Judiciary: Organisation of Judiciary - Integrated Judiciary- Functions - Role and Power of the Supreme Court and High Court -Subordinate Courts - Lok Pal, Lok Aayukt and Lok Nyayalaya - Judiciary as awatch-dog protecting the Constitutional Order- Judicial Activism.
    d) The State Government: The State Executive - Governor - Chief Minister and the Councilof Minister - Role, Functions and Powers - The State Legislature -Legislative Assembly - Legislative Council - Compositions - Powers, Functionsand Role - Legislative Committees.
    e) The Local Governments:

    01) Urban - Municipal Corporations, Municipal councils, Municipalities,Nagarpanchayat and Cantonment Boards. Structure, Officials, Resources,Powers- Functions and Controls. (2) Rural - Panchayat Raj System - Zilla Parishad, Taluka Panchayat andVillage Panchayat - Structure - Officials - Resources - Powers- Functions andControls (3) Significance of 73rd and 74thAmendment to the Constitution. (4) Empowerment of local government and their role indevelopment.
    03) Parties and Pressure Groups: Nature of Party system - Role of NationalParties - Ideology, organisation and electoral performance - Regional Parties- Ideology, Organisation and electoral performance - Major Pressure Groupsand Interest Groups in Maharashtra - their Role and impact on Policy making.
    04) The Media: Print and Electronic Media - its impacton policy making, shaping of the public opinion and educating the people.
    05) The Electoral Process: Main features of Electoral process - singlemember territorial Constituencies. Reserved constituencies for weakersections - Adult Franchise - Role of Election Commission - General Elections- Major trends - Patterns of Voting behaviour - and Factors influencing thevoting behaviour - Problems and difficulties in conducting Free and FairElections - Electoral Reforms.
    06) Challenges and Responses to Indian Democracy: Social and Economic inequalities - Regional imbalances -illiteracy and unemployment.

    Section - D( Marks : 40 )

    4) Human Resource Development (HRD) :-

    01) Human Resource Development in India - Presentstatus of population in India - quantitative aspect (size and growth - Sex, Age, Urban andRural) and qualitative aspects (Education and Healthcare). Population policy and projection upto2050. Importance and need of HumanResource planning in modern society. Components and factors involved inplanning of Human Resources. Nature,types and problems of unemployment in India, Trends of Employment in India, Demand estimate of skilled manpower in different Sectors andAreas. Governmental and VoluntaryInstitution engaged in development of manpower e.g. NCERT, NIEPA, UGC, Open Universities, AICTE, ITIs, NCVT, IMC etc. Problems and issues related to HRD.Govt. employment policy, various schemes to reduce unemployment andunderemployment.
    02) Education: Education as a tool of HR developmentand social change. Education (Pre-primary to Higher Education) system in India. Problems and issues (Universalisation of education,vocationalisation of education. Quality improvement, Dropout etc.) Education for - Girls, Socially andEconomically underprivileged classes, Handicapped, Minorities, Talent Searchetc. Govt. policies, Schemes andprogramms for Education, Govt. and Voluntary Agencies involved in promoting,regulating and monitoring Formal, Non- formal and Adult education.e-Learning. Impact of globalisationand privatisation on Indian education.
    03) Vocational Education: As a tool of HRdevelopment. Vocational/TechnicalEducation- Present status, systems and training in India particularly in Maharashtra. Govt. policies, schemes and programs - Problems, issues andefforts to overcome them. Institutes involved in promoting, regulating,accrediting vocational and Technical Education.
    04) Health: As an essential and major component ofHRD, Vital Statistics, World Health Organisation (WHO) - objectives,structure, functions and its programmes. Govt. Health policies, schemes andprogrammes, Healthcare system in India. Problems and issuesrelated to Healthcare and efforts to overcome them.
    05) Rural Development: Empowerment ofpanchayat Raj system. VillagePanchayat and its role in Rural development, Land reforms and development,Role of cooperative institutes in Rural Development, Financial Institutesinvolved in Rural Development, Rural Employment Schemes, Rural Water Supplyand Sanitation programs. Infrastructure development e.g. Energy,Transportation, Housing and communication in rural area.

    Section - E( Marks : 40 )

    5) Human Rights :- Concept-Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948)- International humanrights standards, Its reflections in Indian constitution, mechanism toenforce and protect Human Rights in India, Human Rights Movement in India,Problems related to human rights deprivations such as poverty, illiteracy, unemployment,social-cultural-religious practices, violence, corruption, terrorism,exploitation of labour, custodial crimes etc.). Need, for training andpractising of human rights and human dignity in a democratic set up.


    6) Socio-Economic development of following segments of the society :-

    01) Child Development: problems and issues(Infant mortality, Malnutrition, Child labour, Children education etc.) -Government Policies, welfare schemes and programs - Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations Community resources. People participationin their Welfare.
    .02) Women Development - problems and issues(Gender inequality, Violence against women, Girl child Infanticide/Foeticide,Empowerment of Women etc.)- Government Policy, schemes and programs fordevelopment / welfare and empowerment - Role of international agencies,Voluntary Organisations and Community resources. People’s participation intheir development.
    03) Youth Development: problems and issues(Unemployment, unrest, drug addiction etc.) - Government Policy - developmentschemes and programs - Role of international agencies, VoluntaryOrganisations and Community resources. People’s participation in theirdevelopment.
    04) Tribal Development: problems and issues(Malnutrition, isolation, integration and development etc.) - Tribal movement- Government Policy, welfare schemes and programs- Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations and Community resources. People’sparticipation in their Welfare.
    05) Development for Socially deprived classes ( SC, OBC etc. ) - problems and issues (inequality in opportunity etc.) -Government Policy, welfare schemes and development programs - Role ofinternational agencies, Voluntary Organisations and Resource mobilsation andCommunity participation.
    06) Welfare for aged People- problems and issues- Government Policy - welfare schemes and programs - Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations and Community participation for theirdevelopment. Utilisation of their services in developmental activities.
    07) Labour Welfare - problems and issues(working conditions, wages, health and problems related to organised andunorganised sectors) - GovernmentPolicy, welfare schemes and programs - Role of international agencies,community and Voluntary Organisations.
    08) Welfare of disabled persons - problems andissues (inequality in educational and employment opportunity etc.) -Government Policy, welfare schemes and programs - Role of internationalagencies, Voluntary Organisations in employment and rehabilitation.
    09) People’s Rehabilitations - (People affected by Development projects and Natural Calamities.) -Strategy and programs - Legal Provisions - Consideration of different aspectslike economic, cultural, social, psychological etc.

    7) Globalisationand its impact on different sections of Indian Society.
    8) Consumer Protection: Salient features ofthe existing act- Rights of consumers- Consumer disputes and redressalmachinery, Different kinds of Forums- Objectives, Powers, functions, procedures, Consumer Welfare Fund.
    9) Values and Ethics : Fostering of social norms, values, ethics through formal andinformal agencies such as family, religion, education, media etc.


    General Studies - II

    Section - A( Marks : 40 )

    India in World Affairs:-

    1) Foreign Policy of India :-

    01) Basic Principles, Objectives, andDeterminants of foreign policy.
    02)India and Neighbours: Conflict andCo-operation.
    03) India and Indian Ocean.
    04) Foreign Economic Policy of India: Aid, Trade and economic cooperation.
    2) Nuclear Policy of India :


    01) Salient features.
    02) Determinants ofNuclear Tests:

    Pokhran I (1974) and Pokhran II (1998)

    03) Recent Trends in Nuclear Policy such asNPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty) and CTBT (Comprehensive Test BanTreaty.)

    3) India's External and Internal SecurityConcerns :

    01) Terrorism, Insurgency, Regional andSub-regional conflicts; Socio-economic imbalances; Naxalite Movements,Separatist Movements, Communal Violences and Caste Conflicts.
    02) Law Enforcement Mechanism and Judiciary.

    a) Existing Laws and Regulations with reference to Maharashtra [^] .

    1. Intelligence and Security Agencies

    c) Treaties of Extradition and Interpol.

    4) International Affairs and Institutions :

    01) Emerging important issues and events ininternational relations (1990 onwards) Political, Strategic and Economic : considerations.
    02) Regional andInternational Institutions:

    a) SAARC, ASEAN, NAM, Commonwealth of Nations and European Union.b) United Nations System: Its Charter andOrgans, (General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council andInternational Court of Justice) c) UN Agencies: UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNDP, UNICEF, UNHCR, UNPeace Keeping Forces, UNCHR, ILO and WHO.

    Section - B( Marks : 40 )

    Indian Economy, Planning, Trade, Rural Development

    5) Planning : Process - Types - Review of India'sFirst to Tenth Five year Plans. Evaluation. Social and Economic Indicators of Development. State and Local Level Planning. Decentralisation - 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments.

    Indian Economy - trends in SectoralDevelopment and profile of service Sector. Challenges in Indian Economy -Poverty, Unemployment and Regional Imbalances.
    6) Urban and Rural Infrastructure Development: Need and Significance. Growth and Development of Social and economic infrastructure such asEnergy, Water supply and sanitation, Housing, Transport (Road, Portsetc.) Communications (Post andTelegraphs, Telecommunication), Network of Radio, TV, Internet. Crises, problems related to Infrastructurein India. Policy alternatives -Public-Private Sector Partnership. FDIand Infrastructure Development - Privatisation of infrastructuredevelopment. Centre and StateGovernment Policies for Infrastructure Development. Transport and Housing (Urban and Rural).Problems - Centre and State Government initiatives and programmes.
    7) Industry : Need - importance and role of industries in economic and socialdevelopment, Growth Pattern, Structure of Large-scale Industries in India with special reference to Maharashtra. Small-scale,Cottage and Village industries Problems Prospects of Small scale, cotage andvillage industry. Impact of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisationon SSIs. State Government Policy,measures and programmes for development, promotion and monitoring of SSIs(with special reference to Maharashtra) Export Potential of Small scale and cottage industries.
    8) Co-operation: Concept, Meaning, Objectives, Old andnew principles of co-operation. Growthand diversification of co-operative movement in India. Co-operative institution in Maharashtra - types, role,importance and diversification. State policy and Co-operative sector -Legislation, Supervision, Audit and Aid. Problems of Co-operatives in Maharashtra. Prospects ofCooperatives in the era of global competition.
    9) Economic reforms: Background,Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation - (concept, meaning, scopeand limitations). Economic Reforms at Centre and State Level. WTO Regime - Provisions and itsimplications and impact on Indian Economy, issues and problems.
    10) International Trade and International Captial Movements: Emerging Trends in era of globalisation. Growth, Composition and Direction of India's Foreign Trade. Foreign trade policy of India - Export Promotion. WTOand International Trade. Foreign Capital Inflows - Composition and Growth -FDI. e-Commerce. Role ofMultinationals - International Financing Agencies - (IMF, World Bank andIDA). International Credit Ratings.
    11) Public Finance: Sources of revenue -tax, non-tax and public debt of Centre and States in India. Public Expenditure(Centre and States) - Growth and causes. Public Expenditure Reform -Performance Based Budgeting and Zero - Based Budgeting. review of Tax Reforms at national and State level. VAT.

    Public debt - Growth, Composition andBurden. Problem of States'Indebtedness to Centre.
    Fiscal Deficits - Concepts, Control ofDeficits - Centre, State and RBI Initiatives.
    Fiscal Reforms in India - Review at Centre and State Level.

    Section - C( Marks : 40 )

    12) Natural Resource Development

    1. Agriculture: Importance of Agriculture in NationalEconomy - Causes of low productivity - Government policies, schemes andprogrammes for agriculture production and developments such as land reformsand land utilisation, soil and water conservation, rainfed farming,Irrigation and its methods, Agriculture inputs (improved seeds, Fertilizersand Manures, Pest Management, Mechanization of Agriculture). Problem of ruralindebtedness, Agriculture credit- need, importance and Financial Institutionsinvolved therein. Agriculture pricing- components, factors affecting pricesof various Agriculture produces - Govt. support prices of various agricultureproduces, Subsidies. Agriculture Marketing - present status, Value addedproducts. Role of Govt and itsinstitutes in agriculture marketing.

    13) Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development: Its role, importanceand significance in National Economy, Livestock in India particularly inMaharashtra, Govt policies, schemes and programmes for livestock developmentincluding livestock breeds, feeds and fodder, Healthcare - Role of milk, meatand poultry products in human nutrition, White Revolution, Co-operative dairyenterprises in Maharashtra.

    14) Development of fisheries: Its role and significance in national economy, scope anddevelopment of fisheries in India and particularly in Maharashtra, Causes of low productivity and Govt efforts to overcome it,export of marine products.

    15) Horticulture: Importance and scope of fruit andplantation crops with reference to Maharashtra, Role of fruits and vegetablesin human nutrition, Major fruit Plants, vegetable crops and flower plants ofMaharashtra, Horticultural crops suitable for dryland and rainfed condition.Problems and its solutions of low productivity. Processing, packaging,transportation, marketing of Horticultural Products. Government schemes andprograms for Horticulture development and marketing, Government Agencies andInstitutes engaged in Horticulture development.

    16) Forestry: Its role in enhancing the quality ofenvironment, Causes and effects of deforestation, Problems and issues relatedto forestry - Government policies and afforestration programmes (Socialforestry, Agroforestry), Utilisation of forest products, Role of Government,Voluntary Organisation and local community in forest development.

    17) Food and Nutrition: Food - trends inFood production and consumption in India, First and ensuing second GreenRevolutions, Self-sufficiency in food, Problem of food security, Problems andissues of storage, procurement, distribution, import and export of food.Calorific value of foods and its measurement, Energy and nutrient needs ofhuman body for better health and balanced diet - common nutritional problemsin India and its causes and effects, Govt. Policies, schemes, programs suchas PDS, Food for work, Mid-day Meal Scheme and other nutritional programs.

    Section - D( Marks : 40 )

    Scientific and Technological Developments

    18) Energy: Conventional and non-conventionalenergy sources - Potential of Solar, Wind, Biogas, Biomass, Geothermal andother renewable energy sources. Introduction to solar gadgets viz solarcooker, water heater etc. Biogas- principle, and process.
    Problems of Energy Crises, Govt.Policies and programs for power generation. Nuclear Power Program, ThermalPower Program, Hydroelectric Power program, Power distribution and NationalGrid. Agencies and Institutions engaged in Energy security, Research anddevelopment.
    19) Computer: Role of computer in modernsociety, its applications in variousspheres of life such as data communication, networking and web technologies,Cyber crime and its prevention.

    20) Information Technology: as a new industry -use of I.T. in various services and faculties of knowledge. Growth andpresent status of I.T. industry in India, Govt. programs such as Media Lab Asia, Vidya Vahini, GyanVahini, Community Information Centre etc. Major issues in IT industry - itsprospects.

    21) Space Technology: Indian spaceprogrammes, Artificial satellites - types and applications, Indian Artificialsatellites for telecommunication, television, education, broadcasting,weather forecasting, GPS, disaster warning. Indian missile program etc.
    Remote sensing, GIS and its applicationin weather forecasting, Disaster warning, water, soil, mineral resourcesdevelopment, agriculture and fisheries development, urban planning,ecological studies, GS and GIS.

    22) Water Resources: Significance ofwater in human & national development, National and State Water Policy,Water Resources - potential, planning and development in India particularlyin Maharashtra, Intrastate andInterstate River water disputes, Various irrigation projects, Nationalprogramme of flood management, Groundwater development in India particularlyin Maharashtra. National and State Agencies engaged in water resourcedevelopment and research.

    23) Ocean Development: Role of the seas inclimatic changes and monsoon in India, Marine living and non-living resourcesdevelopment, causes and effect of sea pollution and coastal degradation,Coastal and Marine Area Management, CRZ Regulation, Coastal CommunityDevelopment. Govt. programs and activitiesfor ocean resources development, Ocean observing and research.

    24) Meteorology: Earth atmosphere - its composition,extent and structure. Atmospheric weather variables (Parameters), Weatherforecasting system, cloud formation and movement - Monsoon model - crop yieldmodel.

    25) Environment: Ecosystems - Biodiversity and balanceecosystem - Biosphere Reserve (wetlands, mangroves coral reefs). Pollution:Types and sources, its impact on environment and related problems, Govt.efforts to prevent and control of pollution, Govt. legislation andprograms. Sustainable development infield of agriculture, industry, urban habitant, etc. Govt. and Voluntaryagencies engaged in Environmental protection activities at national andinternational level.

    26) Biotechnology: Its potential toimprove human life and national economy through agricultural, industrialdevelopment and employment generation. Biotechnology as an essential andimportant tool of natural resource development. Areas of application - Agriculture,Animal breeding and Veterinary health-care, Pharmaceutics, Human healthcare,Food technology, energy generation, environment protection etc. Role andefforts of government in promoting, regulating and developing biotechnologyin country. Ethical, Social, Legalissues related to biotechnological development, possible adverse effects ofbiotechnological development.

    Section - E ( Marks : 40 )

    StatisticalAnalysis, Graphs and Diagrams

    27) Classification and Tablulation of Datagiven in descriptive form.

    28) Computation and interpretation of Mean,Median, Mode of Data given.

    29) Conversion of Tabular data / informationin a) Diagram - Venn, bar, Pie diagram. b) Graph - Line graph, Histogram,Polygon.

    30) Interpretation of Data / Informationgiven in Tabular and Diagramatic / Graphical Form.

    31) Pointing out deficiencies, limitations,in consistencies in the given Data.

    32) To prepare Algorithm and Flow chart forsolving simple problems in organisation.

  22. #22
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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    hi,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear MPSC (Maharashtra state service preliminary exam) is the administering authority for conducting Maharashtra state civil services examination,
    the eligibility for the MPSC exam is,
    you must have the graduate from any branch from recognized university,
    your age limit must be 33 years if you are belong to open category,for OBC it was 35 years,and for SC/st/NT the age limit was 37 years.
    the exam consists of mainly three stages ,
    • prelims,
    • main exam and,
    • interview,
    prelims exams,
    this paper consists general studies of 200 marks ,it covers in areas like,
    • commerce and economics,
    • science and technology,
    • agriculture,
    • geography,
    • Indian polity,
    • village administration,
    • administration,
    • modern history,
    • social reformers,
    • mental ability,
    • current affairs,
    main exam,
    this exam consists mainly objective type,
    • English =200 marks,
    • Marathi paper=200 marks,
    • general studies paper-1 =200 marks,
    • general studies paper-2 =200 marks,
    • optional studies paper-1=400 marks,
    • optional studies paper-2=400 marks,
    finally you have interview which carries 200 marks.
    • the date of the prelim exam is on 12-2-
    2012,
    main exam is on date 15-5-2012,
    you will call for the interview through the posts,
    the applications are available in the official website.

    all the best

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    jericho
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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    friend,


    Eligibility For MPSC Exam

    you must have bachelor's degree in engineering stream.
    Age: 19-28 years.

    Physical:

    Height: 165 cms.
    Chest: 84 cms. (Unexpanded).


    SYLLABUS-


    General Studies
    Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development
    History
    Human Rights
    India and World
    Geography of India
    Development of Sciences & Technology
    Human resource Development


    GOOD LUCK.............

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    which is the syllabus ofthe social welfare officer gr-b
    date of the exam
    which is the refere from book?

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    my dear friend,




    MPSC stands for MAHARASTRA POLICE SERVICE SUPERIDENT COMMISION.

    and this exams are conducted for the following posts--->>>

    combined civil services,

    police sub-inspector,

    sales tax inspector,

    assistant,

    Maharashtra engineering services (Group B) and

    Maharashtra agricultural services,

    civil judge junior division and

    judicial magistrate (first class),

    Maharashtra engineering services (Group A) and Maharashtra forest services.

    for the complete details please go to the following websites

    http://www.mpsc.gov.in.

    also watch the attached pictures to get the complete deails about the MPSC exams


    thanks

    bye

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    hello friend,

    MPSC STANDS FOR MAHARASTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.


    The syllabus of MPSC exam:

    1) English – Descriptive type questions

    2) Marathi – Descriptive type questions

    3) General Studies Paper I – Objective type questions (MCQs) – 2 hours

    4) General Studies Paper II – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    5) General Studies Paper III – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours

    6) General Studies Paper IV – Objective type questions (MCQs) - 2 hours


    there are so many optional subjects which comes under the syllabus MPSC exams are listed as below--->>>

    English Literature

    Agriculture

    Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development

    Horticulture

    Economics

    History

    Geography

    Sanskrit Literature

    Political Science and International Relations

    Hindi Literature

    Management

    Philosophy

    Physics

    Political Science and International Relations

    Statistics


    THE DETAILS ABOUT THE EXAM PATTERN ARE AS BELOW-->>>


    English =200 marks,

    Marathi paper=200 marks,

    general studies paper-1 = 200 marks,

    general studies paper-2 = 200 marks,

    optional studies paper-1 = 400 marks,

    optional studies paper-2 = 400 marks,

    HOPE IT HELPS YOU,

    thanks

    432


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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    MPSC syllabus


    MPSC

    MPSC Examination Syllabus

    The break-up of the marks of MPSC Preliminary Examination is as follows

    Preliminary Examination
    • Arts and Social Sciences 30 Marks
    • Intellegence Test 50 Marks
    • Current Affairs 30 Marks
    • Science and Technology 30 Marks
    • Commerce and Economics 30 Marks
    • Agriculture 30 Marks
    Total 200 Marks

    Main Examination
    The syllabus of the main examination of MPSC Examination has been changed in 2006
    Changed syllabus of MPSC Civil Services Main Examinations

    General Studies – 1
    • Contents Marks
    • History 40
    • Geography of India 40
    • Indian Polity 40
    • Human resource Development 40
    • Human Rights 40
    Total 200
    General Studies – 2
    • Contents Marks
    • India and World (India's position in global happenings) 40
    • Indian Economy, planning, trade and rural development 40
    • Development of natural resources 40
    • Development of Sciences & Technology 40
    • Statistics analysis, Graphs & Diagrams 40
    Total 200


    List of Optional Subjects for Main Exam
    • Agriculture Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development
    • Horticulture Economics
    • English Literature Geography
    • Sanskrit Literature Political Science and International Relations
    • Hindi Literature History
    • Management Marathi Literature
    • Philosophy Psychology
    • Botany Sociology
    • Urdu Literature Accountancy and Auditing
    • Computer Science Law
    • Zoology Chemistry
    • Geology Mathematics
    • Microbiology Physics
    • Statistics Public Administration


    Personality Test (Interview) :
    In the interview the candidate is judged for their study of social and national issues, awareness regarding events occuring around him/ her, capacity to take decisions, presence of mind are the factors considered.
    Marks allotted for the interview are 200. The final merit list is declared after considering the candidate's marks in the Main exam and Interview. Accordingly, eligible candidates are appointed at various post. Eventually they get the appointment letter and after training they join the service.

    All the best

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    Hi,

    MPSC Stands for Maharashtra Public Service Commission.

    MPSC exam held for combined civil services, police sub-inspector, sales tax inspector, assistant, Maharashtra engineering services (Group B) and Maharashtra agricultural services, civil judge junior division and judicial magistrate (first class), Maharashtra engineering services (Group A) and Maharashtra forest services.


    MPSC exam has two phase.

    1.Preliminary Exam
    2.Main Exam

    Syllabus of MPSC exam:

    Each paper holds 200 marks.

    *Compulsory Subjects:

    Marathi
    English
    General Studies – I
    General Studies - II

    *Optional Subjects:

    Computer Science
    Mechanical Engineering

    Hope this will be helpful.

    ALL THE BEST!!!

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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?

    MPSC Exam Details :

    MPSC Qualification :

    Candidates must be complete a degree in any stream from a recognized university

    Age limits :

    21 to 33 years for General Candidates
    35 years for OBC Candidates
    37 years for SC/ST Candidates

    Exam Syllabus :

    English - 100 marks : Descriptive type questions

    Marathi - 100 marks : Descriptive type questions

    General Studies Paper I - 150 marks : Objective type questions : 2hrs

    General Studies Paper II - 150 marks : Objective type questions : 2hrs

    General Studies Paper III - 150 marks : Objective type questions : 2hrs

    General Studies Paper IV - 150 marks : Objective type questions : 2hrs







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    Re: What is the syllabus of MPSC exam?



    MPSC :- Maharashtra Public Service Commission

    There is three class :-
    • Class - I
    • Class - II
    • Class - III
    Mpsc consist of two parts :- 1)Preliminary examination 2)Main examination Both paper consist of two paper each.

    Eligibility Criteria :-

    Education qualification :-

    -->> To Join in examination , the candidate must have a graduate degree from a recognized university or equivalent qualification.

    Age limits :-

    -->> The candidate age should have a 33 years for General Category , 35 years for OBC category , 38 for SC/ST for the Class I and Class II.

    Applicant who are appearing for the PSI/STI Assistant exams :-

    Education Qualification :-

    -->> The Applicant must have a bachelor's degree from a recognized university or equivalent qualification.

    Age limits :-

    -->> The applicant age should have a 33 years for General Category , 35 years for OBC category , 38 for SC/ST for the Class III.

    English :-

    ~ Essay
    ~ Letter Writing

    Communication Skills :-
    • A notice
    • Dialague Writing
    • Speeches
    • An individual conversation with a group of people
    • Group discussion,a meeting,a teleconference on a typical issue
    • Precis writing
    • comprehension
    • paraphrase a prose passage
    Grammar :-

    ~ Transformation of sentences
    ~ Correction of sentences
    ~ use of tenses
    ~ punctuation
    ~ word-formation
    ~ uses of phrases

    General Studies - I ::

    Section - A :-

    ~ History

    Section - B :-
    • Geography of India
    • Soils
    • Economic Geography
    • Human and social geography

    Section - C :-
    • Indian polity
    • The political system
    • Urban muncipial corporation

    Section - D :-

    ~ Human Resource Development

    Section - E :-
    • Human Rights
    • Socio-economic development

    General Studies - II

    Section - A :-

    ~ India in World Affairs

    Section - B :-

    ~ Indian Economy, Planning, Trade, Rural Development

    Section - C :-
    • Natural Resource Development
    • Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development
    • Development of fisheries
    • Horticulture
    • Forestry
    • Food and Nutrition

    Section - D :-

    ~ Scientific and Technological Developments

    Section - E :-

    ~ Statistical Analysis, Graphs and Diagrams


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