Tomorrow, October 31, 2021, is the last date to apply for the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) Rajyaseva Recruitment 2021 examination. Candidates can complete their online application form on the official website mpsconline.gov.in. However, while doing so, some students are facing an error. Due to this, students may be unable to submit their applications. To understand to remove this error, candidates are searching the words “Request Failed with Status 500”. Read along to know more about the issue and the solution to solve this error.
When applying for the MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment 2021 examination, most candidates could access the online application form on mpsconline.gov.in. They were also able to fill in the required details and upload the necessary documents. But, it is assumed that some students were facing issues while submitting the form. Their request for submitting the form is accompanied by a Status Code 500 issue.
According to Google, this is a common or generic error response provided by the site that encounters an unexpected error and hence, couldn’t fulfil the request. This is the exact situation that happened with the MPSC portal for some candidates. Candidates can solve this issue by simply, reloading the webpage.
Reloading the MPSC official portal may force candidates to fill the entire recruitment form again. If the changes have been saved in the dashboard, candidates would only have to submit the form again. However, chances are that candidates will have to fill and submit the form again. If this continues to happen two or more times, candidates should try again after a few hours or so. They may also try to use another device to register for the recruitment exam.
Of course, less than 24 hours are left for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2021 registration portal to close, aspirants may not have a few hours to spare. Wasting a few hours on this may lead to last-minute chaos and confusion. Students may make mistakes in their recruitment forms. However, after incessant attempts of submitting the form going to waste, this is the only useful alternative.
Students, however, must not be discouraged by this error as it is only being faced by a few candidates. Most candidates were able to fill and submit their form successfully. Hence, with just a few hours left to apply for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2021 recruitment drive, candidates must focus on using today’s time to apply rather than extending it till tomorrow. The prelims exam is scheduled to be held on January 02, 2021.