MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2015 Maharashtra PSC Preliminary Exam Application

By | June 25, 2014

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2015:

  • An official notification as MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2015 is going to publish by Maharashtra Public Service Commission for selecting the suitable candidates on various vacant seats.
  • All those job hunters who are going to fill the application for Maharashtra PSC Recruitment 2015 must check the Preliminary and Main exam details to do the preparations well.
  • Apart from the details of MPSC Exam, we, are also producing the educational qualification, age limits, and exam pattern etc. details for convenience of all applicants.

Name of Organization:

Maharashtra Public Service Commission

Post Category:

Class I and II officers

Positions Name:

  • Deputy Collectors,
  • Deputy police superintendents
  • Officers of assistant commissioner level

More Details of MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2015:-

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Candidates who have possessed the Graduation degree in any discipline from recognized university can apply.
  • Applicants pursuing the final year of Graduation, may also apply for MPSC Rajyaseva Exam.

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Age Limitations:

  • Maximum: 33 years and Minimum: 19 years.
  • Maximum age relax able OBC candidates (Max. 35yrs.) and SC/ST/NT candidates (Max. 38yrs)

How to fill the application for it?

  • You have to fill the application form only through the MPSC Official site which is
  • The mode of filling the application is online.
  • Fill the application with all required details and submit it in prescribed manner.
  • Shortlisted contestants will be called for Exam and interview.

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Details:

It is divided into two stages:

(I)           Preliminary Exam

(II)         Main Exam

Preliminary Exam:

This exam contains two papers of Objective Type questions of General Studies. The total marks of each paper are 200 marks (0.25 negative marking) and the paper’s time duration is 2 Hours.

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Main Exam:

  • This exam consist four papers of General Studies (Objective Type) of total 150 marks and time duration is 2 hours for each paper.
  • This exam also includes two papers of English and Marathi (descriptive type) of total 100 marks (for each paper).


After qualifying the main exam, candidates will be called for Interview (100 Marks).

Examination Date:

Will publish soon

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