The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) will hold its Rajyaseva preliminary examination on January 23, 2022. The MPSC Rajyaseva preliminary examination admit card can be downloaded from the official website. Candidates who have not yet downloaded their admission cards for the exam can do so by going to the MPSC’s official website.
The MPSC Rajyaseva exam is divided into three phases: preliminary, main, and interview. Prelims consist of two Papers each is Objective in nature. The preliminary exam, for 400 marks, will be used to shortlist candidates, followed by the main exam, and personal interviews. The MPSC solution key for prelims is released shortly after the exam. To be eligible for the MPSC mains exam, candidates must score at least 33 percent in the Prelims.
MPSC Rajyaseva 2020 Question Papers with Answers
Just before the exam date, candidates can look over the 2020 question paper and answers to see which parts of the exam require extra attention. To get a better understanding of the exam format, you can download the MPSC question papers and answers PDF given below:
|Question Paper||Answer Key||Video solutions|
|Click for Paper 1 – 2020||Click Here||Click Here|
|Click for Paper 2 – 2022||Click Here||Click Here|
MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Instructions
Instructions are included in the admit card, and they are as follows:
- Candidates must arrive at the exam centre within the allotted reporting time.
- Candidates must adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines.
- Candidates must bring their MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims admit card along with photo identification. The above-mentioned documents are required to enter the test room.
The Maharashtra government conducts the MPSC exam to select people for various positions in several departments. The exam was previously postponed due to the state’s COVID-19 problem. The MPSC exam is held once a year in both English and Marathi.