MPSC Rajyaseva 2023: Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has started online applications for the Group A and B posts. Under the recruitment, 673 applicants will be selected for the Gazetted Civil Services. There are multiple departments where selected candidates will be designated for the various posts. The MPSC Rajyaseva 2023 or Civil Services Common Preliminary Examination, 2023 applications start from 2nd to 22nd March 2023
MPSC Rajyaseva 2023 Notification
Graduate students can start to apply for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2023 recruitment in the mpsc.gov.in portal. The Maharashtra Rajyaseva mains examination will be conducted in the month of October for which this notification has been released. For this, the commission is conducting a prelim examination first i.e. MPSC Civil Service Combined Prelim Examination 2023. Candidates who want to appear for the MPSC State Service Examination will first appear in the aforesaid prelims exam.
The candidates should have all the scanned documents to upload in the application. The examination fee can be deposited through online channels or challan which will be provided from 24th March 2023.
|Recruitment Name||Rajyaseva-Gazetted Services|
|Concerned Authority||Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)|
|Group||A and B|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Selection Process||Preliminary Examination|
महाराष्ट्र राज्यसेवा परीक्षा 2023 Application Schedule
|Commencement of application||March 2, 2023|
|Last date for online payment of the examination fee||March 22, 2023|
|Date of providing challan for the payment||March 24, 2023|
|Last date for payment by challan||March 28, 2023|
|Preliminary Examination Date||June 4, 2023|
|Rajyaseva Mains Examination Date||7th, 8th and 9th October 2023|
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MPSC Civil Services Prelim 2023 Eligibility
The MPSC Civil Services Prelim 2023 Eligibility is explained in the following sections. Candidates should check their eligibility and if they are eligible for the recruitment then they should proceed to the application process.
- Candidates should be Indian nationals.
- The detailed age limit of the candidates will be provided in the main examination notification. The maximum age limit of the Deputy Collector (Group A) as of April 1 2023 and the other cadre as of June 1 2023 is shown in the given image:
|Assistant Director-Group A||Graduation in Commerce with 55% marks|
Passed CA final exam
Passed Cost Accountancy Final Examination
Master’s in Commerce
MBA (Finance Business Administration)
|Industry Officer (Technical)-Group B||Graduation in Engineering other than Civil|
Degree in Science
|Assistant Regional Transport Officer-Group A||Graduation in Mechanical or Automobile Engineering|
Authorized valid driving in the heavy goods vehicle
If not holding a driving license, the candidate should acquire it before the main examination.
- Physical Standards for Maharashtra State Services Examination are provided in the images shown below. Candidates need to fulfill the standards in order to become eligible for recruitment.
MPSC Group A & B 2023 Vacancy Details
There are 673 MPSC Group A & B 2023 Vacancies in the various departments. Applicants can choose any department and apply for the respective posts.
|Name of the Department||Vacancies|
|General Administrative Department||295|
|Department of Water Supply and Sanitation, Water Resources,|
Soil and Water Conversation
|Department of Public Works||15|
|Food and Civil Department||39|
|Department of Medical Education and Medicines||194|
List of Documents
Candidates need to scan the following documents to upload in the MPSC Application Form 2023 Rajyaseva. The list of documents is given below. The file should be in Pdf format with a size between 50 Kb to 500 Kb.
- Educational Certificates
- Disabled Certificate
- Reservation Proof
- Orphan reservation proof
- Ex-Serviceman reservation proof
- Domicile certificate for the claim of orphan, sportsperson, ex-serviceman and disabled.
MPSC Group A/B 2023 Application Process
The MPSC Group A/B 2023 Application Process will be completed in four steps and these steps are explained below. Before applying for the application, candidates should have the scanned documents and then browse the MPSC portal to continue the application process.
Step 1: Creating an Account (Registration)
Candidates need to register themselves in the official portal by creating an account. After creating an account, candidates will be provided with the registration number and password. Candidates who have registered before need not register themselves.
Step 2: Application Form
After registration, applicants have to fill out the application form. In the process, they need to upload all their documents and select the respective cadre for recruitment.
Step 3: Payment of Examination Fees
Now, candidates need to pay the examination fee with the bank charges online or offline mode. The details of the fee are provided in the next section.
Step 4: Selection of District Centres
The last stage of the application is selecting the district centers which will be the candidates’ choice.
Applicants interested in applying for the application form are required to submit the examination fee of Rs. 394/-. However, for the Backward Classes, Orphans, and Disabled candidates, the fee is only Rs. 294/-. Additionally, the candidates are also required to deposit the bank charges along with the MPSC 2023 Examination Fees. The payment can be made either online or offline mode for the convenience of the applicants.
For those who prefer the offline mode, candidates are required to deposit the MPSC Group A/B 2023 Examination Fees through Challan issued by the portal. On the other hand, for the convenience of those who prefer online transactions, various channels are provided by the SBI for depositing the examination fee. Once the payment is made, candidates are advised to verify the status of the payment in the application and proceed with the subsequent processes.
mpsc.gov.in 2023 Selection Procedure
The MPSC will select candidates for the respective cadres on the basis of three stages. These stages are the Preliminary examination, Mains exam, and Interview. Candidates need to clear all the mpsc.gov.in 2023 Selection Procedure in order to get recruited.
- Preliminary Examination: The preliminary examination is the same for all cadres. The total marks of the written examination are 400. Candidates need to clear the cut-off of the examination in order to enter stage II.
- Mains Examination: Candidates who clear the preliminary examination will be called for the Mains exam. The MPSC Rajyaseva Main Exam 2023 for various cadres comprises 800 marks whereas for other cadres it is 400 marks.
- Interview: The interview of the rajya seva cadre consists of 100 marks and the other cadre consists of 500 marks. This is the last stage of the selection process after which the final merit list of the candidates is released. The selected candidates are posted to their respective cadres.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will the MPSC Rajyaseva mains examination be conducted?
The MPSC Rajyaseva examination will be conducted on the 7th, 8th and 9th of October 2023.
The selection of the candidates for the MPSC Rajyaseva will be done on the basis of Preliminary, main examinations, and interviews.
BC, disabled and orphan candidates have to deposit Rs 294 whereas other candidates need to deposit Rs 394 in online or offline mode.