The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has announced the new exam dates for the Rajyaseva Prelims examination 2022. The examinations were originally scheduled to be held on January 02, 2022, but the date was revised later on. As per the latest notification, the examination will now be held on January 23, 2022. Candidates can now check the revised date from the official website mpsc.gov.in.
The Commission will further conduct a review of the examination schedule in view of the measures being taken by the Government in the wake of the rise in COVID-19 cases in the state. Any information in this regard will be published on the official website of the Commission. Hence, candidates are advised to keep an eye on mpsc.gov.in from time to time.
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This postponement in holding the examinations was done so that the older candidates who have crossed the age limit could get another opportunity to appear for the examination. With the announcement of the revised date, candidates now seem to be looking for the date on which they can expect the MPSC Rajyaseva 2022 admit cards.
Last year, the admit cards were released on March 02, 2021 for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2020 prelims that were held on March 14, 2021. Going back to 2019, the MPSC Rajyaseva prelims exam was held on February 17, 2019 and the admit cards were released on February 04, 2019. As per these trends, the admit cards are usually released 12 days before the examination. In that case, candidates are can download the MPSC Rajyaseva 2022 admit card from January 12, 2022, tentatively.
As and when the admit cards are available, the link for downloading them will be available on the official website. This examination will help in filling the posts for the Group A and Group B categories in the service of the State government. A total of 30 posts, inclusive of both groups, are going to be filled via MPSC Rajyaseva 2022 exam. Nonetheless, details regarding the number of vacancies will be made available.
Coming to the selection process, there will be three stages over which the recruitment will be conducted. The first stage is the pre-examination or prelims that will be conducted for 400 marks. After that, there is the Main exam which is further divided into two stages. The first stage of the Main exam is the written test while the next one is the interview round.