The Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released the combined advertisement for recruiting a total of 666 posts under various departments of the Government of Maharashtra. Candidates who are interested in applying can go through the combine advertisement that is available on mpsc.gov.in. All these vacancies are under the Group-B (Non-Gazetted). A total of 100 vacancies will be filled for Assistant Cell Officer, 190 for State Tax Inspector and 376 vacancies for the Sub-Inspector of Police.
The Pre-examination will be held on February 26, 2022, at 37 district centres in Maharashtra. However, the tentative date for holding the main examination will be in May, 2022. Based on the results of the Pre-examination, candidates will be chosen for the main examination. As per the advertisement, there is a possibility of a change in the number of vacancies as per the instructions of the concerned departments. Candidates claiming reserved seats for women should claim that they are domiciled in Maharashtra and fall into the non-creamy layer category (other than SC and ST).
In terms of eligibility, the candidate must hold Indian citizenship. The age limit for Assistant Cell Officer will be calculated on February 01, 2022, State Tax Inspector on January 01, 2022, and Sub-Inspector of Police on February 01, 2022. Details regarding age relaxation have been laid down in the advertisement. Candidates must hold a statutory university degree or any other similar qualification as declared by the government. However, candidates appearing for degree examinations will be temporarily eligible for the Pre-examination. Graduates who need an internship or work experience in the workshop must have fulfilled this condition by the prescribed deadline for accepting applications for the main examination.
Knowledge of the Marathi language is required. The height requirement for male candidates is 165 cm and that for the female candidates is 157 cm. However, for the post of Sub-Inspector of Police, the physical measurements will be checked by the Government before the competent authority. Candidates failing to meet the physical requirements will not be eligible for appointment. The Pre-examination will be of 100 marks while the main examination will be held for 400 marks. Physical test for the post of Sub-Inspector of Police will comprise 100 marks.
The salary range will be between Rs 38,600 to 1,22,800 along with dearness allowance and other allowances payable as per rules. Candidates who will be eligible for the main examination for the respective cadre will be examined separately based on the examination plan and syllabus of the respective cadre. Before starting with the application process, it is advised to go through the detailed advertisement.