- Madhya Pradesh PSC Syllabus
- Structure of Examination
- How to Apply
- Examination Centers
- Categories of Services
- Syllabus for MPPSC Preliminary Exam
- Syllabus for MPPSC Main Exam
- Selected Reading
- UPSC IAS Exams Notes
- Developer's Best Practices
- Questions and Answers
- Effective Resume Writing
- HR Interview Questions
- Computer Glossary
- Who is Who
Structure of Examination
The following table clearly illustrates the structure of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) Exam −
|Preliminary Test (PT)||General Studies Paper I||Objective Type||200|
|Aptitude Test Paper - II||Objective Type||200|
Main Examination (Written Test)
Note − eligible ONLY after passing PT
|Paper - I||General Studies - I||300|
|Paper – II||General Studies -II||300|
|Paper - III||General Studies -III||300|
|Paper - IV||General Studies -IV||200|
|Paper - V||Indian Language (Hindi)||200|
|Paper - VI||Essay||100|
|Total (Mains) Marks||1400|
Note − eligible ONLY after passing Main Exam
(PT Marks did not include)
The Preliminary Examination (PT) consists of two papers carrying 200 marks each.
The Preliminary Examination is of Objective Type (having multiple choice questions) and each paper carries 100 (objective type) questions.
Only PT qualifying candidates are allowed for the Main Exam.
Each paper will be of two hours duration.
The written examination consists of six papers.
Marks obtained in PT are just qualifying and hence no role in final selection or ranking.
Marks obtained in rest six papers (from Paper I to Paper VI of written exam) and in interview play major role in the final selection or ranking.
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