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MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022

MPSC State Service Bharti 2022 for 1000 posts – Latest updates regarding MPSC Maharashtra State Service Exam 2022 is that the recruitment of 100 percent posts under Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has been approved, only 501 posts are included in State Service  2022. On Monday, the candidates on Twitter demanded that the recruitment process of at least one thousand posts should be carried out from all cadres for the MPSC Rajyaseva 2022. Read more details regarding MPSC State Service Exam 2022 are given below.

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महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगाच्या (एमपीएससी) कक्षेतील १०० टक्के पदांच्या भरतीस मान्यता देण्यात आलेली असूनही राज्यसेवा २०२२मध्ये केवळ ५०१ पदे समाविष्ट आहेत. पुढील वर्षी राज्यसेवेची परीक्षा पद्धत बदलणार असल्याने राज्यसेवा २०२२साठी सर्व संवर्गातून मिळून किमान एक हजार पदांची भरती प्रक्रिया राबवण्याची मागणी उमेदवारांकडून करण्यात येत आहे.

  • एमपीएससीद्वारे राज्यसेवा परीक्षा पद्धतीमध्ये करण्यात आलेला बदल २०२३ पासून लागू करण्यात येणार आहे. त्यामुळे राज्यसेवा २०२२ ही वस्तुनिष्ठ बहुपर्यायी स्वरुपाची अखेरची परीक्षा असणार आहे.
  • एमपीएससीने प्रसिद्ध केलेल्या जाहिरातीनुसार राज्यसेवा २०२२द्वारे एकूण ५०१ पदांची भरती प्रक्रिया राबवली जाणार आहे.
  • या पार्श्वभूमीवर राज्यभरातील उमेदवारांकडून सोमवारी समाजमाध्यमांद्वारे मोहीम राबवून किमान एक हजार पदांच्या भरतीची मागणी करण्यात आली. तसेच राजस्थानच्या राज्यसेवेत ९९८ पदांची भरती होते तर महाराष्ट्रात का होत नाही, असा सवाल उमेदवारांकडून उपस्थित करण्यात आला.
  • मुख्यमंत्र्यांनी एमपीएससीमार्फत १०० टक्के पदभरतीला मान्यता दिलेली आहे. मात्र शासनाच्या ३२ संवर्गांपैकी अकरा संवर्गांतील पदे राज्यसेवेत समाविष्ट नाहीत.
  • पुढील वर्षीपासून राज्यसेवेची परीक्षा पद्धत बदलणार असल्याने उमेदवारांसाठी हा बदल आव्हानात्मक होईल. त्यामुळे राज्यसेवा २०२२द्वारे किमान एक हजार पदांची भरती प्रक्रिया राबवण्यात यावी, असे उमेदवारांनी नमूद केले.

MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022: Latest updates regarding MPSC Rajya Seva Pre exam Bharti 2022 is that The advertisement for 161 seats was released by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission through the State Service Preliminary Examination. Now the number of posts has been increased. The state service preliminary exam has been increased for 370 Posts. Maharashtra Public Service Commission will conduct the recruitment process for a total of 501 posts.

महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगातर्फे (एमपीएससी) घेण्यात येणाऱ्या राज्यसेवा परीक्षा २०२२ मध्ये ३४० पदांची भर पडली आहे. उपजिल्हाधिकारी, पोलीस उपअधीक्षक अशा पदांचा त्यात समावेश असून, २१ ऑगस्टला राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा २०२२ राज्यभरातील केंद्रांवर होणार आहे.

एमपीएससीतर्फे ११ मे रोजी राज्यसेवा पूर्वपरीक्षा २०२२ ची जाहिरात प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आली होती. त्यात १६१ पदांचा समावेश होता. मात्र, शासनाकडून आता अन्य पदांची मागणीपत्रे एमपीएससीला देण्यात आल्याने ही पदे राज्यसेवा २०२२ च्या पदभरती प्रक्रियेमध्ये समाविष्ट करण्यात आली आहेत. राज्यसेवा २०२२ च्या जाहिरातीमध्ये केवळ १६१ पदेच असल्याने स्पर्धा परीक्षार्थीकडून नाराजी व्यक्त करण्यात येत होती. मात्र आता गट अ आणि गट ब संवर्गाची मिळून ३४० पदे वाढल्याने एकूण ५०१ पदांसाठी भरती प्रक्रिया राबवली जाईल. त्यामुळे उमेदवारांना काही प्रमाणात दिलासा मिळाला आहे.

MPSC Rajya Seva Vacancy 2022

  • (1)उपजिल्हाधिकारी,गट अ-33
  • (2)पोलीस उपअधीक्षक,गट अ-41
  • (3)सहायक राज्यकर आयुक्त, गट अ-47
  • (4) उपमुख्य कार्यकारी अधिकारी,गट अ-14
  • (5) उपनिबंधक,सहकारी संस्था, गट अ-2
  • (6) शिक्षणाधिकारी, गट अ-20
  • (7) प्रकल्प अधिकारी (आयटीडीपी),गट अ-6
  • (8) तहसीलदार, गट अ-25
  • (9)सहायक गट विकास अधिकारी,गट ब -80
  • (10) उपअधीक्षक,भूमी अभिलेख,गट ब-3
  • (11)सहायक निबंधक,सहकारी संस्था,गट ब -2
  • (12) उपशिक्षणाधिकारी, गट ब-25
  • (13) सहायक प्रकल्प अधिकारी, गट ब-42

MPSC State Service Bharti 2022: This is the biggest relief news for students through MPSC. State Services Exam advertisement has been released for 161 posts. The preliminary exam will be held on August 21. There will be an increase in 340 seats even before the exam. Read More details about MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022 are given below.

MPSC State Service Exam Hall Tickets -राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2022 परीक्षेसाठी प्रवेश प्रमाणपत्रे जारी

सामान्य प्रशासन विभागाने गृह विभाग, ग्राम विकास विभाग, महसूल व वन, सहकार व पणन, शालेय शिक्षण, वित्त, आदिवासी या विभागातील एकूण १३ संवर्गाच्या ३४० रिक्त पदांचे मागणीपत्र महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगाला (एमपीएससी) प्राप्त झाले. मात्र, या मागणी पत्रामध्ये काही त्रुटी आढळल्याने ते विभागाला पुन्हा पाठविले आहे. त्यामुळे त्रुटी दूर झाल्यानंतरच या पदांचा समावेश ‘राज्यसेवा परीक्षा २०२२’ या परीक्षेत केला जाणार आहे. त्याबाबत अधिकृत घोषणा केली जाईल, असे ‘एमपीएससी’चे अध्यक्ष किशोरराजे निंबाळकर यांनी सांगितले.

MPSC Rajya Seva Bharti 2022

राज्यसेवा परीक्षेची जाहिरात १६१ पदांसाठी प्रसिद्ध केली आहे. पूर्व परीक्षा २१ ऑगस्ट रोजी होणार आहे. परीक्षेपूर्वीच जागांमध्ये वाढ होणार असल्याने विद्यार्थ्यांमध्ये आनंदाचे वातावरण आहे. या जाहिरातीत उपजिल्हाधिकारी, तहसीलदार, पोलिस उपअधीक्षक/सहायक पोलिस आयुक्त आदी गट ‘अ’ व गट ‘ब’ पदांचा समावेश केला नव्हता. त्यामुळे राज्यातील विद्यार्थ्यांनी राज्य सरकारवर नाराजी व्यक्त केली होती. रिक्त पदांचे मागणीपत्र ‘एमपीएससी’ला पाठवावे आणि या पदांचा समावेश करावा, अशी मागणी विद्यार्थ्यांनी केली होती. मात्र, ठाकरे सरकार कोसळल्याने ही मागणी मान्य होईल का? यावर शंका व्यक्त केली जात होती. मात्र, शिंदे सरकारने विद्यार्थ्यांच्या मागणीचा विचार करून गट ‘अ’च्या पदांचा समावेश केला.

MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022- Vacancy Details

MPSC State Service Bharti 2022

ही विद्यार्थ्यांना सर्वांत मोठा दिलासा देणारी बातमी आहे, असे राम चव्हाण, रोहित पाटील, प्राजक्ता, या विद्यार्थ्यांनी सांगितले. दरम्यान, सामान्य प्रशासन विभागाचे ३४० रिक्त पदांचे मागणीपत्रक ‘एमपीएससी’ला प्राप्त झाले आहे. मात्र, त्यामध्ये त्रुटी अढळून आल्या आहेत, त्यामुळे ते पुन्हा विभागाला पाठविले आहे.


MPSC State Service Exam Syllabus : MPSC Syllabus 2022 has been released by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) on its official website. Candidates can download the latest MPSC Syllabus PDF from the mpsc. gov. in. Along with the notification. Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has divided the MPSC syllabus into different stages and papers. The Commission has notified the topics for the prelims and mains. Candidates may check MPSC Rajya Seva Exam Syllabus from the given link.

MPSC Rajya Seva Exam Syllabus

 एमपीएससीेने काही दिवसांपूर्वी राज्यसेवेची मुख्य परीक्षा वर्णनात्मक होईल अशी घोषणा करून त्याचे प्रसिद्धपत्रक काढले होते. आता आयोगाकडून राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षेची परीक्षा योजना व अभ्यासक्रमाबाबतचा निर्णय आयोगाच्या संकेतस्थळावर प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आला आहे. तसेच या परीक्षेचा सविस्तर अभ्यासक्रम आयोगाने जाहीर केला आहे.सदर प्रसिद्धीपत्रकाच्या अनुषंगाने राज्यसेवा पूर्व व मुख्य परीक्षेचा इंग्रजी भाषेतील सविस्तर अभ्यासक्रम उमेदवारांच्या माहितीसाठी आयोगाच्या संकेतस्थळावर प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आला आहे.

 काही दिवसांपूर्वी महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगाने मोठा निर्णय घेतला होता. राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षा वर्णनात्मक म्हणजेच लेखी करण्याचा महत्त्वाचा निर्णय आयोगाने घेतला होता. ही परीक्षा योजना 2023 मधील परीक्षांच्या मुख्य परीक्षेकरिता लागू असेल. तसेच त्यापूर्वी राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षेतील पेपर क्रमांक २ (CSAT) अर्हताकारी केला होता. सदर निर्णयाची अंमलबजावणी दिनांक २१ ऑगस्ट, २०२२ रोजी होणाऱ्या राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा २०२२ पासून करण्यात येत आहे. तर राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षा वर्णनात्मक पद्धत २०२३ पासून लागू असेल.

CHECK MPSC STATE SERVICE EXAM REVISED SYALLABUS

MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims Syllabus

The MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims will comprise an Online examination. The examination will be conducted for 400 marks and will have multiple-choice questions. In the prelims exam, there are 2 papers. Paper 1 General Studies and Paper 2 CSAT(Common State Aptitude Test). The syllabus for the prelims is given below.

Paper Prelims Syllabus
Paper I General Studies

  • Current Affairs– events of state, national, and international importance.
  • History of India- (with respect to Maharashtra state) other topics along with Indian National Movement
  • Geography– Geography of India, Maharashtra, and the world –aspects such as physical, social, and economic geography.
  • Polity of Government– Polity and Governance of Maharashtra and India – Constitution, Urban Governance, Political System, Public Policy, Rights Issue, etc.
  • Social development and EconomicsTopics such as Sustainable Development, Inclusion, Poverty, Social Sector Initiatives, Demographics, etc. will be covered in the exam
  • Environmental science and ecology – General issues on Ecology, Environmental Biodiversity, and Climate Change.
  • General Science- Topics related to Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
Paper-II CSAT(Common State Aptitude Test)

  • Comprehension
  • English Language comprehension skills (Class X/XII level)
  • Marathi Language Comprehension skills (Class X/XII level)
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Communication skills
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Decision-making and Problem-solving
  • Mental ability- Topics like Analogy- Classification, Series, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, etc
  • Basic numeracy (Class X level) – 
    • Numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.
    • Data interpretation includes Charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc.

MPSC Rajyaseva Mains Syllabus

In the mains exam of MPSC Rajyaseva, a total of 6 papers are there. Paper I and II are language papers. Whereas, Paper III, IV, V, and VI are General Studies. Paper I has descriptive questions. Rest all 5 papers are objective-based (MCQs). Check the MPSC Rajyaseva syllabus for the mains exam mentioned in the table below.

Paper Mains Syllabus
Paper I Marathi and English

  • Essay writing on given any topics or subject
  • Translation- Translate English paragraphs in the Marathi language.
  • Precis Writing
Paper-II Marathi and English-

  • Grammar
  • Synonyms/Antonyms
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Vocabulary
  • Punctuation
  • Correct formation of sentences and words
  • Comprehension
Paper-III

General Studies-I

History

1. Establishment of the British Rule in India: Arrival of the British East India Company, Wars against major Indian powers, Policy of subsidiary alliance, Doctrine of Lapse, Structure of British Raj up to 1857.

2. History of Modern India: Introduction of modern education – Press, Railway, Post and Telegraph, Industries, Land reforms, and Socio-religious reforms and their impact on society.

3. Renaissance Era: a) Social and Cultural Changes – Contacts with Christian Missionaries, Role of English education and the press, Official- social reform measures (1828 to 1857). Socio-religious reform movements: Brahmo Samaj, Prarthana Samaj, Satyashodhak Samaj, Arya Samaj, Ramkrishna Mission, and Theosophical Society. b) Reform movements among the Sikhs and the Muslims, Depressed Classes Mission, Non-Brahmin movement, and Justice Party.

4. Indian Economy under Colonial Rule:

The Mercantile phase, The Drain of the Wealth- The Drain Theory of Dadabhai Naoroji, de-industrializationDecline of Indian Handicrafts, Commercialization of Indian Agriculture.

Rise of Modern Industry – Role of Indian mercantile communities, Entry of British Finance Capital in India, Tilak’s Swaraj Fund and contribution of G. K. Gokhale.

5. Emergence and growth of Indian Nationalism:

Social background, formation of National Associations, Role of Press and Education in social awakening in pre-independent India, Revolt of 1857, the foundation of Indian National Congress, the moderate phase, growth of extremism, Partition of Bengal, Home Rule Movement,

Role of important personalities- Surendranath Banerjee, Firozshah Mehta, Dadabhai Naoroji, A. O. Hume, Bipin Chandra Pal, Lala Lajpat Rai, Annie Besant, Aurobindo Ghosh, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru & Others.

6. Famous movements against the British Government: –

  • Peasant uprisings, Tribal uprising – Mutinies of – Raghoji Bhangre, Umaji Naik, etc., and Adivasi Movements.
  • Revolutionary Movements: Revolts in Maharashtra-Vasudeo Phadke, Abhinav Bharat, Revolutionary Movements in Bengal & Punjab, Revolutionary movements of Indians in America, England, Azad Hind Sena.
  • Communist (Leftist) Movement: The Communists and the Indian freedom struggle, Congress Socialist Party, Trade Union Movement.

7 National movement in Gandhian Era and Dr. B.R. Ambedkars approch to the problem of untouchability:Gandhiji’s leadership and ideology of resistance, Gandhian mass movements, Non- cooperation movement, Civil Disobedience movement, Faizpur Congress session of 1936, Individual Satyagraha, Quit India Movement, Gandhiji and removal of untouchability. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s approach to problem of untouchability, Movements for Annihilation of Caste – Dr.Ambedkar’s approach, Gandhiji’s approach, Other Efforts; Unionist Party and Krishak Praja Party, Women’s participation in the National movement. States’ Peoples’ movements.

8. Constitutional Development under British Government: The Indian Council Act-1861, The Indian Council Act-1892, The Indian Council Act-1909 (Morley-Minto reforms), The Government of India Act 1919 (Mont-Ford reforms), The Government of India Act 1935.

9. Growth of Communalism and the Partition of India: Muslim politics and Freedom movement (Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and Aligarh movement, Muslim League and Ali Brothers, Iqbal, Jinnah), Politics of Hindu Mahasabha.

10. Toward the Transfer of Power: The August Offer 1940, The Cripps Mission 1942, The Wavell Plan 1945, The Cabinet Mission Plan 1946, The Mountbatten Plan 1947, The Indian Independence Act 1947

11 India after Independence: Consequences of Partition, Integration of Princely states, Linguistic reorganization of states, Sanyukta Maharashtra movement – Involvement of major political parties and personalities involved therein, Relations with neighbouring countries, India’s role in International Politics : Non- alignment policyNehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira Gandhi; Progress in Agriculture, Industry, Education, Science and Technology, Emergence of Indira Gandhi’s Leadership, Liberation of Bangladesh, Coalition Governments in States, Students’ unrest, Jayaprakash Narayan and Emergency. Terrorism in Kashmir, Panjab and Assam, Naxalism and Maoism, Environmental Movement, Women’s Movement and Ethnic Movement.

12. Selected Social Reformers of Maharashtra- Their ideology and work: Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, Mahatma Phule, Justice M. G. Ranade, Prabodhankar Thakare, Maharshi Karve, Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj, Maharshi Vitthal Shinde, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Lokmanya Tilak, Sarvajanik Kaka Ganesh Vasudeo Joshi, Pandita Ramabai, Dadoba Pandurang Tarkhadkar, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh, Lokhitwadi Gopal Hari Deshmukh, Justice,K. T. Telang, Dr. Bhau Daji Lad, Acharya Balshastri Jambhekar, Jagannath Shankarsheth, Gopal Krishna, Gokhale, Kalkarte Shivram Mahadeo Paranjape, Vishnushastri Chiplunkar, D. K. Karve, R. D. Karve, VinobaBhave, Vinayak D. Sawarkar, Annabhau Sathe, Krantiveer Nana Patil, Lahuji Salve, Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil, Vishnubuva Brahmachari, Senapati Bapat, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj, Baba Amte, Sant Gadge Baba.

13. Cultural Heritage of Maharashtra (Ancient to Modern): Kanheri, Elephanta, Ajanta, Ellora caves, Lonar lake, Forts, etc. Performing Arts – Dance, Drama, Films, Music, Folk Arts – Lavani, Tamasha, Povada, Bharud, and other folk dances,Visual Arts -Architecture, Painting and Sculpture. Festivals. Impact of Literature and Saint literature on socio-psychological development of Maharashtra: Bhakti, Dalit, Urban and Rural Literature.

Geography- With special reference to Maharashtra

  • Geomorphology:

Interior of the Earth. Composition and physical conditions. Indogenic and Exogenic Forces, Rocks and Minerals. Controlling factors on Evolution of the Landforms. Concept of the Geomorphic cycles. Landforms associated with Fluvial, Desert, Glacial and Coastal Regions. Evolution and Geomorphology of the Indian Sub-Continent. Major Physiographic Divisions of the India. Physiography and the geomorphic features of the Maharashtra State. Natural Landscapes in Maharashtra- Hills, Ridges, Table lands, Spot holes. Water falls. Hotsprings and Beaches.

  • Climatology:
    • Atmosphere: Composition and structure, Extent, Elements of weather and climate. Solar Radiation and Heat Balance on the Earth surface.
    • Temperature: Vertical and Horizontal distribution of temperature on the Earth surface.
    • Air pressure: Winds, Planetary and Local winds. Monsoons in Maharashtra. Distribution of Rainfall, Droughts, Floods and it’s problems..
  • Human Geography:

School of thoughts in Human Geography. Determinism and Possibilism, Stop and Go Determinism, Different approaches to achieve Development.

Human settlements: Rural Urban settlements- site, situation, Types, size, spacing and Morphology. Major Problems of Rural and Urban Settlements. Rural-Urban Fringe, Urbanisation : Process of Urbanisation, sphere of urban influence, Regional imbalances.

  • Economic Geography (Special Reference to Maharashtra):
  • Economic Activities: Farming –Crops and cropping patterns in Maharashtra. High Yield Varieties (HYV). Modern Techniques in Agriculture. Organic farming sustainable agriculture. Govt. policies about agriculture.
  • Fishing: Fishing in Inland water and Arabian sea. Problems of the fisherman, modernization in fishing.
  • Minerals and Fuels: Major minerals and fuels in Maharashtra. Reservoirs and Exploitations of minerals. Problem of mining in Maharashtra.
  • Transportation: Types of transportation and its development in Maharashtra. Economic Development. Measures of economic development. Sustainable Development. Globalization.
  • Tourism: Types of Tourism, Cultural Heritage (Caves, Forts and Historical Monuments)
  • Knowledge Based Economic Activities: Electronic Industry. I.T. Parks in Maharashtra State specially in Pune city- Silicon valley of India. CTBT. Role of R and D. Institutes in Maharashtra State.
  • Population Geography (Special Reference to Maharashtra):

Sources of population data. Growth, Density and Distribution of the population in Maharashtra. Population Structure and characteristics. Components of population change- Fertility, Mortality and Migration. Levels and Trends of-fertility, mortality and migration in Maharashtra. Population Growth and Economic Development, Population policies.

  • Environmental Geography (Special Reference to Maharashtra)

Ecosystem – Components: Biotic and Abiotic. The flow of Energy, Energy Pyramid. Nutrient cycling. Food chain and Food web. Environmental degradation and conservation. Global Ecological Imbalances. Reduction in Biodiversity. Threats of biodiversity, Man-Wild Life conflicts. Depletion of forests. Global warming- Green House Effects- The Role of CO, CO2, CH4, CFC’s , Nitrogen- oxides (NO). Acid Rains. Heat Islands in Maharashtra. Environmental Laws and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). Kyoto Protocol and Carbon Credits.

  • Geography and Aero- Space Technology :

The Term of Aero (sky) and space. GIS, GPS and Remote Sensing. The Era of Space Technology in relation to – Defence, Banking, Internet, Telecommunication. Planning in Transportation. (Railways, Roads, Navy and Air transportation.) Health and Education. Mission Shakti in India. Anti Satellite Mission. Satellite Space Assets. The Role of ISRO and DRDO in the Research and Development of space Technology. The Management of Space Garbage, Prevention of Arm Race in Space. Geo-Strategic position of India.

a. Fundamental of Remote sensing:

  • Basic concept of remote sensing
  • Data and information
  • Remote sensing data collection
  • Remote sensing advantages and limitation
  • Remote sensing process
  • Electro-magnetic Spectrum.
  • Energy interactions with atmosphere and with earth surface features (soil, water, vegetation)
  • Indian Satellites and Sensors characteristics
  • Map Resolution
  • Image and False color composite
  • Elements of visual interpretation and digital data.
  • Passive and active microwave remote sensing
  • Multispectral remote sensing and its applications

b. Aerial Photographs :

  • Types and uses of aerial photographs
  • Types of cameras and their applications
  • Error determination and spatial resolution
  • Aerial photography interpretation and map scales
  • Overlapping stereo photography

c. GIS and its applications :

  • Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
  • Components of GIS
  • Geospatial data – spatial and attribute data
  • Coordinate systems
  • Map Projections and types
  • Raster data and models
  • Vector data and models
  • GIS task – input manipulations, management, query analysis and visualization
  • Land use land cover change analysis
  • Digital elevation model (DEM)
  • Triangulated irregular network data models (TIN)
  • Applications of GIS to solve the societal needs in natural resource management and disaster management

Agriculture

  • Agroecology:
    • Concept of an ecosystem, structure and function
    • Energy flow in ecosystem
    • Types and characteristics of ecosystem
    • Biodiversity, its sustainable management and conservation , conservation agriculture
    • Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources
    • Social issues and environment related to crop production
    • Carbon credit : concept, exchange of carbon credits, carbon sequestration, importance, meaning and ways
    • Environmental ethics : Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear accidents , holocaust and their impact on agriculture, animal husbandry and fisheries, contingent crop planning.
  • Soils:
    • Soil as a natural body, pedalogical and edaphological concept of soil
    • Soil genesis : soil forming rocks and minerals
    • Process and factors of soil formation
    • Physical, chemical and biological properties of soil
    • Soil profile and components of soil
    • Soil as a source of plant nutrients, essential and beneficial plant nutrients and their role, forms of plant nutrients in soil
    • Soil organic matter – sources, composition, properties, factors affecting SOM, its importance and influence of SOM on soil properties
    • Soil organisms – macro and micro-organisms, their beneficial and harmful effects on soil and plant
    • Soil pollution: sources of soil pollution, behaviour of pesticides and inorganic contaminants, prevention and mitigation of soil pollution
    • Problem soils and their reclamation
    • Remote sensing and GIS in diagnosis and management of problem soils
    • Soil erosion, types and soil erosion control measures
    • Organic farming
    • Nano technology, precision farming
  • Water Management:
    • Hydrological cycle
    • Rainfed and dryland Agriculture
    • Water conservation techniques
    • Drought and crop mitigation
    • Runoff and water harvesting
    • Concept, objectives, principles, components of watershed management and factors affecting watershed
    • management
    • Irrigation water quality, water pollution and effect of industrial effluents, Drainage of water logged soils,
    • Criteria for scheduling irrigation, water use efficiency and irrigation efficiencies,
    • Inter-linking of rivers,
    • Irrigation and water requirement of crops,
    • Irrigation systems and fertigation
General Science Paper-II Indian constitution and Indian politics (with special reference to Maharashtra) and law 

1.The Constitution of India:

  • Making of the Constitution
  • Salient Features of the Constitution
  • Philosophy of the Constitution (Secular, Democratic, Socialist)
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Abolition of Right to Property as a FR
  • Inclusion of RTE as a fundamental right
  • Directive Principles of State Policy –
  1. Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy
  2. Right to work (MGNREGA),
  3. Right to Information
  • Fundamental Duties
  • Independent Judiciary
  • Amendment Procedure and Major Amendments to the Constitution
  • Judicial Review and the Doctrine of Basic Features (Keshavanand Bharati, Maneka versus State of Madras,
  • Minerva Mills case)
  • Structure and Functions of Major Commissions and Boards-
  1. Election Commission of India
  2. Union and State Public Service Commissions
  3. National Women’s Commission
  4. National Human Rights Commission
  5. National Minorities Commissions
  6. National S.C. Commissions
  7. National S.T. Commissions
  8. River Water Dispute Settlements Board
  9. Central Information Commission

2. a) Indian Federalism

  • Distribution of legislative powers: Union List, State List, Concurrent List, Residuary Powers
  • Article 370 (now removed), Article 371 and asymmetrical federalism
  • Linguistic Re-organisation of states
  • Issue of Regional imbalance and the Formation of New States
  • Centre – State relations: Administrative, Executive and Financial Relations
  • Inter-State relations: Inter-State Councils, Zonal Councils
  • Niti Ayog and the changing nature of fiscal federalism
  • Sarkaria Commission Recommendations

b) Indian Political System (Structure, Powers and Functions of Governments) Nature of Indian FederationUnion & State – Legislature, Executive & Judiciary, centre-state Relations- Administrative, Executive & financial; Relations, statutory Powers, Allocation of subject

  • The Union Executive:
  1. President,
  2. Vice President
  3. Prime Minister and Council of Ministers
  4. Attorney General of India
  5. Comptroller and Auditor General of India
  • The Union Legislature:
  1. Parliament
  2. Speaker and Deputy Speaker
  3. Parliamentary Committees
  4. Parliament’s control over Executive
  • Judiciary  
  1. Organisation of Judiciary: Integrated Judiciary
  2. Role, Powers and Functions of the Supreme Court and High Courts, Subordinate Courts- Lokpal, Lokayukt and Lok Nyayalaya
  3. Judiciary as a protector of the Constitutional Order and Fundamental Rights
  4. Judicial Activism
  5. Public Interest Litigation

3. Evolution of Indian Administration:

a. Pre-British Period

b. British Period

c. After Independence Period

4. State Government and Administration ( With Special Reference to Maharashtra) :

a. Formation and Reorganization of Maharashtra State

b. Governor, Chief Minister, Council of Ministers

c. State Secretariat, Chief Secretary-Functions and Role

d. Legislature- Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council- Powers and Function

5. Rural and Urban Local Government and Administration: Attributes of Local Government

  • Rural Local Government and Administration –
    • a. Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat, Panchayat Samiti and Zilla Parishad- Composition, Powers and Functions. Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Block Development Officer (BDO), and Gram Sevak- Functions and Role
    • b. 73rd Constitutional Amendment- Importance and Features
    • c. Rural Development and Panchayati Raj
  • Urban Local Government and Administration –
    • a. Nagar Panchyat, Municipal Council, Municipal Corporation, and Cantonment Board- Composition, Powers and Functions Chief Officer and Municipal Commissioner-Functions and Role
    • b. 74th Constitutional Amendment –Main Features
    • c. Urban Development and Urban Local Bodies

6. District Administration:

  • a. Evolution and Development of District Administration in India
  • b. District Collector- Powers and Functions, Changing Role of District Collector, Sub-Divisional Officer, Tahasildar and Talathi- Functions and Role
  • c. Law and Order- Agencies of Law and Order- District Collector, District Police Superintendent and Citizens

7. Political Parties and Pressure Groups:

  • Changing Nature of India’s Party system
  • National Parties & Regional Parties
    • Ideology,
    • Organisation
    • Party Funding
    • Electoral performance
    • Social Bases
    • Major Interest Groups in Maharashtra

8. The Electoral Process

  • Main features of Electoral Process
  • Adult Franchise
  • Single-member territorial Constituencies
  • Reserved constituencies
  • Election Machinery: Election Commission of India, State Election Commissions
  • General Elections for Lok Sabha & State Assemblies
  • Elections to Local Bodies
  • Issues in conducting Free and Fair Elections
  • Electoral Reforms-
    • Issue of Electoral Funding & Expenditure
    • Electronic Voting Machines
    • VVPAT

9. Mass Media:

  • Role and impact of Print and Electronic Media in Policy making, formation of Public opinion and Public education.
  • Press Council of India
  • Code of conduct for Mass Media-
    • Issue of Fake News, paid news
  • Portrayal of women in mass media
  • Freedom of speech and expression and limitations there-on
  • Emerging Challenges of Social Media

10. Education System:

  • Directive Principles of State Policy and Education
  • Educational Problems of Disadvantaged Sections: Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Muslims and Women
  • Privatization of education: issues of access to education, merit, quality and social justice
  • Contemporary Challenges in Higher Education today
  • ICT in Education: NMEICT, E-Pathshala, E-PG Pathshala, SWAYAM
  • Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan

11. Administrative Law:

Rule of law. Separation of powers, Delegated legislation, Administrative Discretion, Administrative Tribunals, Principles of Natural Justice, Vigilance Commission, Lokpal & Lokayukta, Constitutional protection to public servants.

12. Maharashtra Land Revenue Code 1966:

Definitions, Classes & kinds of Lands, Use of Lands & procedure of change of use, Assessment of land revenue, Land Records, Provisions for appeal, Revision & Review.

13. Some Pertinent Laws:

  1. Environment Protection Act, 1986: Definitions, Object, Machinery and Measures provided therein.
  2. The Right of Children to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009: Definitions, Objects, Rights of Children to education, Duties of Government, Responsibilities of Schools & teachers.
  3. Right to Information Act, 2005: Definitions, Rights of Applicants, duty of Public Authority, exceptions to the information sought, Appeals, Penalties.
  4. Information Technology Act – 2000 (Cyber Law): Definitions, Authorities, Electronic governance, offences and penalties.
  5. The Prevention of Corruption Act 1988: Definitions, Object, Machinery and Measures provided therein.
  6. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989: Definitions, Object, Machinery and Measures provided therein.
  7. The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents & Senior Citizens Act 2007: Definitions, Object, Machinery and Measures provided therein
  8. Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955: Definitions, Object, Machinery and Measures provided therein.

14 Social Welfare and Social Legislation:

Constitutional provisions relating to socio-economic justice, Protection to Women under: The Constitution of India & Human Rights, The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005, Protection to Child under Constitution and Human Rights, Concept of free legal aid & Public Interest Litigation.

15 Financial Administration:

  • a. Budgetary Process- Preparation, Enactment and Execution of Budget
  • b. Control over Public Expenditure- Parliamentary Control, The Finance Ministry Control, Control through Committees- Public Accounts Committee (PAC), Estimate Committee and Committee on Public Undertakings
  • c. Comptroller and Auditor General of India- Functions and Role

16 Agricultural Administration and Rural Economy:

  • a. Green Revolution
  • b. White Revolution

17 Public Services:

  • a. All India Services, Central Services and State Services – Constitutional Position and Functions
  • b. Recruitment and Training – Types of Recruitment and Training
  • c. Training Institutes:
    • Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration
    • Sardar Vallabhbai Patel National Police Academy
    • Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration (YASHADA)
    • Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA)
  • d. Central Secretariate- Prime Minister Office, Cabinet Secretary-Power, Functions and Role

18. Constitutional and Statutory Bodies:

  • a. Constitutional Institutions – State Election Commission and Advocate General.
  • b. Statutory Institutions- Lokpal and Lok Aayukta

19. Concepts, Approaches, and Theories in Public Administration:

  • a. Concepts- New Public Management, Civil Society, Decentralization and Delegation and E-Governance.
  • b. Approaches- Behavioral Approach and Systems Approach.
  • c. Theories- Bureaucratic Theory and Human Relations Theory.

20. Public Policy:

  • a. Public Policy–Formulation, Implementation, Evaluation and Analysis
  • b. Public Policies and Globalization
  • c. Public Policy Process in India
General studies –III Human resource development (HRD) and human rights:

1. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT:

a. Human Resource Development in India –

Present Dimensions of Population in India – Quantitative aspect (Size, Growth, Growth Rate, Age, Sex, Rural and Urban population, Birth Rate, Mortality Rate) Qualitative aspect (Education, Healthcare, Human Development, Index, Population policy, population explosion, population projection upto 2050, Importance and need of Human Resource Planning in modern society, components and factors involved in planning of Human Resources, Nature, Types and problems of unemployment in India, Trends in employment in India, Demand estimate of skilled manpower in different sectors and areas, government’s policy and schemes to reduce unemployment. Institutions engaged in development of human resource and field of education – UGC, AICTE, NCTE, RUSA, ITIs, NCVT, IMC, NCERT, NIEA, IIT, IIM)

b. Education:

Education as a tool of HR development and social change. Education (Pre-primary to Higher Education) system in India. Problems and issues (Universalisation of education, vocationalisation of education, Quality improvement, Dropout rate etc.) Education for Girls, Socially and Economically underprivileged classes, Handicapped, Minorities, Talent Search etc. Govt. policies, Schemes and programms for Education. Govt. and Voluntary Agencies involved in promoting, regulating and monitoring Formal, Non-formal and Adult education. E-Learning. Impact of globalisation and privatisation on Indian education. National Knowledge Commission, National Commission for Higher Education and Research, IITs, IIMs, NITs, Right to Education-2009, NEP-2019 as updated

c. Vocational Education:

As a tool of HR development. Vocational/ Technical Education- Present status, systems and training in India particularly in Maharashtra. Govt. policies, schemes and programs – Problems, issues and efforts to overcome them. Institutes involved in promoting, regulating, accrediting vocational and Technical Education. NSDC (National Skill development Corporation)

  • National Skill Development Programme
  • Strategies in penetrating vocational education in rural areas
  • Industry Institute Partnership (Internships and Apprenticeship)
  • Sector wise employment opportunities
  • Setting up one’s own entrepreneurial unit
  • Introducting vocational education at an early age (After Primary education Age group 14+)
  • Vocational education in Service sector (Hospitality, Hospitals, Paramedics etc.)
  • Vocational education for women empowerment
  • Government programs related to vocational education as updated.
  • vocational education- National Policy of Education-2019 (NEP 2019)

d.Health –

World Health Organisation (WHO) Objective, Structure, Functions and Programmes , Health policy of India, various schemes and programme, health care system in India, Vital Statistics of Health in India, problems and issues related to health care (Malnutrition, Maternal Mortality Ratio, etc.) Janani-Bal Suraksha Yojana, National Rural Health Mission, Pradhanmantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY)

e. Rural Development –

Empowerment of Panchayat Raj System, role of Gram-panchayat in rural development, land reforms and development, Schemes and programmes of agriculture and farmer welfare, role of cooperative institutes in rural development, financial institutes involved in rural development (Self Help Group-(SHG), Micro-finance) rural employment schemes, rural water supply programme and sanitation programme, infrastructure development e.g. energy, transportation, housing and communication in rural area, national rural employment guarantee schemes (NREGS), Mission Antodaya, Gram Swaraj Abhiyan

2. HUMAN RIGHTS:

  • 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR 1948)-

International human rights standards, its reflection in the Indian Constitution, mechanism to enforce and protect Human Rights in India. Human Rights Movement in India. Problems related to human rights deprivations such as poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, social-culturalreligious practices, violence, corruption, terrorism, exploitation of labour, custodial crimes etc. Need for training and practice of human rights and human dignity in a democratic set up. Globalisation and its impact on different sections of Indian Society. Human Development Index, Infant Mortality Rate, Sex Ratio.

  • 2. Child Development:

Problems and issues (Infant mortality, malnutrition, child labour, children education etc.) government policies, welfare schemes and programmes –Role of international agencies, voluntary organizations, NGOs, community resources. Child labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, Protection of Children from Sexual Offence Act, Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS)

  • 3. Women Development:

Problems and issues of Women (Gender inequality, violence against women, Sex ratio, Female infanticide, Female foeticide, etc.) Government policy, schemes and programmes for women development, Welfare and Empowerment, Role of international agencies, voluntary organizations and community resources. Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA)

  • 4. Youth development:

Problems and issues (unemployment, unrest, drug addiction etc), Government policy – development schemes and programme, Role of international agencies, voluntary organization and community resources. National Policy on Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, National Youth Policy.

  • 5. Tribal development:

Problems and issues (Malnutrition, Integration and development etc) Tribal welfare- government policy, welfare schemes and programmes, Role of international agencies, voluntary organizations and community resources.Forest Rights Act .

  • 6. Development for Socially deprived classes:

Problems and issues (inequality in opportunity etc.) – Government Policy, welfare schemes and development programs – Role of international agencies, Voluntary Organisations and Resource mobilisation and Community participation.

  • 7. Welfare for aged People-

Problems and issues – Government Policy – welfare schemes and programs – Role of international agencies, Voluntary Organisations and Community participation for their development. Utilization of their services in developmental activities.

  • 8. Labour Welfare –

Problems and issues (working conditions, wages, health and problems related to organised and unorganised sectors) – Government Policy, welfare schemes and programs – Role of international agencies, community and Voluntary Organisations.

  • 9. Welfare of disabled persons –

Problems and issues (inequality in educational and employment opportunity etc.) -Government Policy, welfare schemes and programs – Role of international agencies, Voluntary Organisations in employment and rehabilitation.

  • 10. People’s Rehabilitations:

(People affected by Development projects and Natural Calamities.) – Strategy and programs – Legal Provisions – Consideration of different aspects like economic, cultural, social, psychological etc.

  • 11. International and Regional Organisations:

United Nations and its specialised agencies – UNCTAD, UNDP, ICJ, ILO, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNCHR/ UNHRC, APEC, ASEAN, OPEC, OAU, SAARC, NAM, Commonwealth of Nations, European Union, SAFTA, NAFTA, BRICS, RCEP

  • 12. Consumer Protection Act 1986:

Definitions, Objects, Salient features of the existing act- Rights of consumers, Consumer disputes and redressal machinery, Different kinds of Forums- Jurisdiction, Powers, functions, procedures and Appeals.

  • 13. Values, Ethics and Norms-

Fostering of social norms, Socialisation, values and ethics through formal and informal agencies such as Family, Religion, Education, Media etc.

General studies –IV Economy and planning, the economics of development and agriculture, science and technology development. 

a. MACRO-ECONOMICS

1. Macro Economics:

National Income concepts- GDP,GNP, GVA, At factor cost, At market price, GDP deflator, Methods of national income accounting, National Income Accounting in India, National Income accounting problems in India, Business cycles, Employment concepts- measures of unemployment.

2. Growth & Development:

  • Indicators of development- Social and Economic Indicators of Development, Inclusive development, sustainable development- development and environment– Green GDP, SDGs.
  • Factors of economic development: Natural resource, infrastructure, technology, capital, population- human capital- theory of demographic transition, Human development index, Gender Gap, gender empowerment measures, Education, health & Nutrition, Governance.
  • Measurement and estimate of poverty: Poverty line, human poverty index. Relation between income, poverty and employment- issues of distributional and social justice, social security initiatives in India.

3. Public Finance:

Role of public finance in market economy (Market failure & Development oriented)- Criteria for public investment. Merit goods and public goods, Sources of revenue- incidence and effect, Types of public expenditure, budget deficits, Fiscal Deficits – Concepts, Control of Deficits, Public debt, Performance, Based Budgeting and Zero Based Budgeting, Gender based budgeting.

4. Money:

Functions of money- base money– high-powered money- quantity theory of money – money multiplier. Monetary and non-monetary theories of inflation – control of inflation: monetary, fiscal and direct measures

5. International Trade and International Capital:

International trade as an engine of growth- theories of international trade- Classical & modern theories, Role of foreign capital and technology in growth – multi-national corporations .International Financing Agencies– IMF, World Bank, IDA & ADB, Regional Trade Agreements – SAARC, ASEAN, WTO and International Trade & Investments, TRIPs & TRIMs.

b. INDIAN ECONOMY

1. Indian Economy- Overview:

  • Challenges in Indian Economy- Poverty, Unemployment and Regional Imbalances- Eradication measures.
  • Planning- Types & rationale, Planning Commission, NITI Aayog.
  • Economic reforms: Background, Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation – (concept, meaning, scope and limitations). Economic Reforms at Central and State Level.

2. Indian Agriculture & Rural Development:

  • Role of agriculture in economic development- interrelationship between agriculture, industry and services sectors, Regional disparities in agricultural growth in India.
  • Types of farming- contract farming – precision farming – corporate farming – organic farming.
  • Agricultural productivity- Green Revolution and technological change, GM technology, agricultural pricing, Agricultural marketing, agricultural credit & NABARD Irrigation and water management.
  • Live-stock resource and their productivity- White Revolution, fisheries, poultry, forestry, horticulture and floriculture development in India and Maharashtra.
  • Farm subsidies- Support prices & institutional measures, Public Distribution System- food security, Implications of GATT agreement in agricultural marketing. Strategies of rural development, rural infrastructure (social and economic)

3. Co-operation:

Concept, Meaning, Objectives, new principles of co-operation. Growth and diversification of co-operative movement in India & Maharashtra, Self Help Groups. State policy and Co-operative sector- Legislation, Supervision, Audit and Aid. Problems of Co-operatives in Maharashtra. Prospects of Cooperatives in the era of global competition.

4. Monetary & Financial Sector:

Indian financial system- structure, Role of RBI, Monetary & Credit Policy, Transmission mechanism, Inflation targeting in India, Growth in banking & non- banking financial institutions in India, Money market- developments post-1991, Capital market- developments post-1991, Role of SEBI, Financial sector reforms

5. Public Finance and Financial Institutions:

Sources of revenue (Central & State), Public Expenditure (Centre and States)- Growth and causes. Public Expenditure Reform – Review of Tax Reforms- VAT, GST. Central & State deficits & deficit financing, Public debt- Growth, Composition and Burden. Problem of States’ Indebtedness to Centre. Finance Commissions in India, Fiscal Reforms in India

6. Industry and Services Sector:

Importance and role of industries in economic and social development, Growth Pattern, Structure of Largescale Industries in India with special reference to Maharashtra. MSMEs- Growth, problems, prospects & policies, SEZs, SPVs. Industrial sickness- measures, Industrial exit policy Industrial policies- pre & post-1991, India & Ease of doing business, Composition and growth of services sector in India. Indian labour- issues, measures & reforms, Social security measures

7. Infrastructure Development: 

Types of infrastructure, Growth of infrastructure such as Energy, Water supply and sanitation, Housing, Transport (Road, Ports etc.), Communications (Post and Telegraphs, Telecommunication), Network of Radio,TV, Internet.Problems related to Infrastructure in India. Infrastructure financing- challenges & policy alternatives- Public-Private Sector Partnership (PPP). FDI and Infrastructure Development, Privatisation of infrastructure development. Centre and State Government Policies for Infrastructure Development- SPVs., Affordable housing, slum rehabilitation

8. International Trade & Capital:

Growth, Composition and Direction of India’s Foreign Trade. Foreign trade policy – Export Promotion initiatives. Foreign Capital flows- Composition and Growth- FPI, FDI. E-Commerce, external commercial borrowings. Role of Multinationals. International Credit Rating institutions & India. Exchange rate management in India

9. Economy of Maharashtra:

Salient features of agriculture, industry and service sectors, GoM policies for agriculture, industry and service sectors, drought management in Maharashtra – FDI in Maharashtra, Maharashtra in comparison with rest of India.

10. Agriculture:

  • 1. Importance of Agriculture in National Economy:

Causes of low productivity – Contribution of Agriculture to the National income and employment. Basic Agricultural inputs, farm size and productivity, Govt. Policies towards doubling farmers income. Other Government policies, schemes and programmes for agriculture production and developments such as land reforms and land utilisation, soil and water conservation, rainfed farming, Irrigation and its methods, Mechanization of Agriculture. General price index, inflation and deflation. GST and agricultural taxation. Present Status and prospects of international trade agreements in Agriculture (WTO etc.) Different Crop Insurance Schemes in India, Role of ICAR, MCAER.

  • 2. Problem of rural indebtedness and Agriculture credit-
    • Need, Importance and role of credit in Indian agriculture. Classification, Sources and agencies of agriculture finances like commercial and co-operative banks, NABARD, RRB and others. Loan repayment plans. Kissan Credit Card (KCC) scheme.
    • Agriculture pricing  Components and factors of agriculture prices, Government support prices of various agriculture produces. Commission for agriculture cost and prices. (CACP), Government agencies helping in purchase, marketing and storage of agricultural commodities (NAFED, NCDC etc.).
    • Agriculture marketing, market and market structure , market integration, types of risk in agricultural marketing, Role of government and its institution in agricultural marketing (APMC, NAFED, NCDC,E Nam etc.)

11. Food and Nutrition: Trends in food production and consumption in India, Self-sufficiency in food, Problem of food security, Problems and issues of food spoilage, storage, procurement, distribution, import and export of food. Common nutritional problems in India. Government Policies, schemes, programs such as PDS, Food for work, Mid-day Meal Scheme, and other nutritional programs. Green revolution and its impact on food self-sufficiency. Oil for food programme, Nutritional security. National food security Act 2013.

3. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS

a. Energy Science:

  • Conventional energy sources: Fossil Fuels and combustion, Thermal, Hydropower (Tidal Power and wave power). Essential Fluid mechanics for energy conversion.
  • Non Conventional energy sources: Introduction , Principle and process of Solar, Wind, tidal Geothermal, Biomass waste, Bio-gas, Petro plants and other renewal energy sources like biproduct of cane sugar, crops etc.Solar gadgets like solar cooker, water heater, solar dryer etc. Energy crises in India, Government Policies & Programs for power generation (MNRE, MEDA, IREDA), Thermal and hydroelectric power program, Power distribution and National grid, Off-Grid and ON-Grid-Solar. PV system. Institutions working in Energy security research and development.

b. Computer and Information Technology

  • Introduction: Computer hardware, Software, Accessories
  • Communication: Networking-wired/wireless, Internet, web technology, static/ dynamic web pages, web hosting.
  • Latest Tools and Technologies: Cloud computing, social networking, blockchain. Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality/ Augmented Reality (VR/AR), messaging, search engine, digital financial services, Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning ( AI/ML), Government Initiative – Media Lab Asia, Digital India etc.Security- Network and Information security, forensic, cyber law.

c. Space Science and Technology:

Indian space policies and programmes, space missions, ISRO, Introduction , working principle, and applications of Indian Artificial satellites viz. Television, broadcasting, Telecommunication, Weather forecasting, GPS, disaster forecasting, Education. Satellite launch vehicles, Space debris.

  • Remote sensing and its applications- GIS and its applications like engineering and planning, Facilities managements, environmental and natural resources managements, street network, land information system.

4. BIO- TECHNOLOGY

  • Introduction- Nature, Scope, Application of Bio-technology and Nano-technology, Gene cloning, DNA technology.
  • Bio-technology in Agriculture- Introduction, History, Biopesticides, Biofertilizers, Biofuels, Environmental Cleanup, Bioremediation, Biodiversity conservation.
  • Plant Tissue Culture- Modern Techniques, Applications, Secondary Metabolities.
  • Immunology- Immunodiagnostic Techniques, Animal Cell Technology.
  • Application of DNA Technology in Human and Animals- Transgenic animals. Cloning and Stem Cell Research, Human DNA Profiling, Methods and Principles of Personal Identification, Applied Human Genetics, Paternity Diagnosis, Genetic Counselling, DNA Technology in Disease Medicine, Serogenetics, Cytogenetics, Detection of Cancer and Microbial Infection.
  • Vaccines- Conventional and Modern Vaccines.
  • Fermentation- Industrially important fermentation products
  • Bioethics- Bioethics in Health care, Artificial reproductive Technology, Prenatal diagnosis, Genetics screening, Gene therapy, Transplantation Technology.
  • Biosafety- Biosecurity, Biosafety levels for specific organisms, DBT Guidelines.
  • Patent- Introduction of IPR, Patenting, Patent Act- Process and Product Patent.

5. India’s Nuclear Programme:

Introduction, necessity, salient features, Recent Nuclear Policies, Nuclear Tests, Nuclear Thermal power generation- principle, construction, working and environment. Nuclear waste, nuclear accidents etc. Nuclear power plants in India- Use of nuclear technology like consumer products, food and agriculture, medicines etc.

6. Disaster Management- (Special reference to Maharashtra) Definitions, Environmental Stress, Classification of Disaster.

  • Natural Disaster- Causes, Effects and Mitigation measures. Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Floods, Land Slides, Draughts, Fires, Lightning etc.
  • Man-made Disaster- Causes, effects and mitigation measures- Desertification, soil erosion. Forest, Farm and Building fires.
  • Terrorism and Activists- Bomb blasts- Attacks in the urban centres and dense populated areas.
  • Accidents- Bridge collapse. Structural Audit of various Bridges, Buildings and Irrigation Dams in Maharashtra. Need of establishment of various Authorities for the Structural Audits.

Identification and Distribution of Hazards. Zonation and Risk Analysis. Awareness of Hazards. Pre-hazard conditions. Rescue operations. Reclamation


MPSC State Service Bharti 2022: The Public Service Commission has taken an important decision to change the format of the examination, Changes have been made in the examination system of MPSC State Public Service Commission. This decision will be implemented from the pre-examination to be held on 21st August. At the same time, the most important change has been made in the main examination.  Read more details as given below.

MPSC राज्य लोकसेवा आयोगाच्या परीक्षा पद्धतीत बदल

राज्य लोकसेवा आयोग (एमपीएससी)ने परीक्षा पद्धतीमध्ये अमुलाग्र बदल करत परीक्षेचा दर्जा केंद्रीय लोकसेवा आयोगाच्या परीक्षेशी समकक्ष केला आहे. यानुसार आता मुख्य परीक्षा १७५० गुणांची होणार आहे.

राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षेतील पेपर क्रमांक दोनबाबत अनेक उमदेवारांनी नाराजी व्यक्त केली होती. यानुसार यावर अभ्यास करण्यासाठी सेवानिवृत्त सनदी अधिकारी चंद्रकांत दळवी, धनंजय कमलाकर आणि माजी कुलगुरू एस. एफ. पाटील यांची समिती नेमण्यात आली होती.

या समितीच्या शिफारशींनुसार राज्य लोकसेवा आयोगाने परीक्षेच्या स्वरुपात बदल करण्याचा महत्वपूर्ण निर्णय घेतला आहे. याबाबतचे प्रसिद्धपत्रक शुक्रवारी प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आले. यानुसार पूर्व परीक्षेतील पेपर क्रमांक २ (सीसॅट) आर्हताकारी करण्यासाठी २ मे रोजी प्रसिद्ध केलेल्या परिपत्रकानुसार किमान ३३ टक्के गुणांची अट निश्चित करण्यात आली आहे.

हा निर्णय येत्या २१ ऑगस्ट रोजी होणाऱ्या पूर्व परीक्षेपासून लागू करण्यात येणार आहे. याचबरोबर सर्वात महत्त्वाचा बदल मुख्य परीक्षेत करण्यात आला आहे. हा बदल करताना ही परीक्षा केंद्रीय लोकसेवा आयोगाशी समकक्ष करण्यात आली आहे. सध्या मुख्य परीक्षा ७०० गुणांची होते आणि १०० गुणांची मुलाखत घेण्यात येते. मात्र आता ही मुख्य परीक्षा १७५० गुणांची होणार आहे. तर २७५ गुणांची मुलाखत घेण्यात येणार आहे. अशाप्रकारे एकूण २०२५ पैकी गुण देण्यात येणार आहेत. यामध्ये एकूण नऊ पेपर होणार आहेत. ही संपूर्ण परीक्षा वर्णनात्मक स्वरुपाची असणार आहे.

यामध्ये भाषा पेपर १ मराठी आणि भाषा पेपर २ इंग्रजीचा प्रत्येकी ३०० गुणांचा होणार असून यामध्ये प्रत्येकी २५ टक्के गुणांची आर्हता निश्चित करण्यात आली आहे. याशिवाय अन्य सात पेपर असतील यामध्ये दोन्ही माध्यमाच्या निबंधासाठी २५० गुणांचा पेपर, सामान्य अध्ययनाचे चार पेपर आणि दोन वैकल्पिक विषयांच्या पेपरचा समावेश असणार आहे. सामान्य अध्ययन १, सामान्य अध्ययन २ व सामान्य अध्ययन ३ या पेपरमध्ये आंतरराष्ट्रीय, राष्ट्रीय व महाराष्ट्राशी संबंधित विषयांचा अभ्यासक्रमांचा समावेश राहील. तर सामान्य अध्ययन-४ हा पेपर उमेदवारांसाठी नैतिकता, चारित्र्य व योग्यता या विषयावर राहील असेही आयोगाने स्पष्ट केले आहे.

वैकल्पिक विषयांसाठी २६ विषयांचे पर्याय विद्यार्थ्यांना देण्यात आले आहे. राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षेकरीता हे बदल मुख्य परीक्षा २०२३पासून लागू करण्यात येईल असे आयोगाच्या सचिवांनी स्पष्ट केले.

MPSC New Exam Plan

अशी आहे नवी परीक्षा योजना

परीक्षेचे स्वरुप : वर्णनात्मक

  • एकूण पेपर – नऊ

अर्हताकारी पेपर

  • १. भाषा पेपर १ – मराठी – ३०० गुण
  • २. भाषा पेपर २ – इंग्रजी – ३०० गुण

गुणवत्ता यादीकरीता विचारात घ्यावयाचे पेपर

  • १. निबंध (मराठी किंवा इंग्रजी माध्यम) – २५० गुण
  • २. सामान्य अध्ययन – १ – २५० गुण
  • ३. सामान्य अध्ययन – २ – २५० गुण
  • ४. सामान्य अध्ययन – ३ – २५० गुण
  • ५. सामान्य अध्ययन – ४ – २५० गुण
  • ६. वैकल्पिक विषय पेपर क्रमांक १ – २५० गुण
  • ७. वैकल्पिक विषय पेपर क्रमांक २ – २५० गुण

एकूण गुण – १७५०, मुलाखत – २७५ गुण, एकूण गुण – २०२५

MPSC Recruitment 2022


MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022: Maharashtra Public Service Commission is going to conduct Maharashtra State Service Pre Examination 2022 for Assistant Regional Transport Officers, Deputy Superintendent, Assistant Commissioner of State Taxes, Section Officer and various Posts . Applications are inviting for filling up the  161 vacancies of these posts to be filled under MPSC Rajya Seva Bharti 2022. Interested applicants are need to apply online. Closing date for online applications is 1st June 2022 24th June 2022 Date Extended.. More details of MPSC Recruitment 2022/ MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022 applications & online applications link is given below : –

MPSC Bharti 2022- Extended Notice 

महाराष्ट्र लोक सेवा आयोग (MPSC) नि प्रसिद्ध केलेल्या जाहिराती नुसार महाराष्ट्र राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2022 अंतर्गत येथे विविध पदाच्या एकुण 161 रिक्त जागांसाठी अर्ज मागविण्यात येत आहेत. इच्छुक आणि पात्र उमेदवारांनी 01 जून 2022 24 जून 2022  पर्यंत ऑनलाइन पद्धतीने अर्ज करावे. अधिक माहिती साठी कृपया दिलेली PDF जाहिरात वाचावी.

महाराष्ट्र राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2022

  • अंतिम तारीख :  1 जून  2022. 24 जून 2022
  • पदाचे नाव : सहायक प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी, गट-ब, विभाग अधिकारी, गट-ब, उपअधीक्षक, राज्य कर, गट-ब, सहायक राज्य कर आयुक्त, गट-ब, बालविकास प्रकल्प अधिकारी गट-अ, महाराष्ट्र वित्त उपसंचालक आणि खाते सेवा, गट-अ, मुख्याधिकारी, नगरपालिका/परिषद, गट-अ
  • एकूण पदे : 161 पदे
  • अर्ज करण्याची पद्धत : ऑनलाइन
  • परीक्षा शुल्क :
    • आमागास वर्गीय उमेदवारांसाठी : 544/-
    • मागासवर्गीय उमेदवारांसाठी : 344/-
  • अधिकृत वेबसाईट : www.mpsc.gov.in

MPSC Bharti 2022- Details

?Department (विभागाचे नाव) MPSC Maharashtra State Service Prelimary Examination 2021
⚠️ Recruitment Name
MPSC State Service Pre Recruitment 2022/ MPSC Rajya Seva Recruitment 2022
? Application Mode (अर्ज कसा कराल) Online Application Forms
? Official Website (अधिकृत वेबसाईट) www.mpsc.gov.in

महाराष्ट्र लोक सेवा आयोग भरती अंतर्गत विविध पदांचा पूर्ण तपशील 

MPSC Rajya Seva Bharti 2022- Vacancy Details 

1 Maharashtra State Service Pre Examination 2022  161 पदे

पदानुसार शैक्षणिक पात्रता 

Eligibility Criteria For MPSC Rajya Seva Recruitment 2022

  • For Maharashtra State Service Pre Examination 2021
  • B.Com with 55% marks or CA / ICWA or MBA
  • For Degree in Science
  • For Graduate or equivalent.

₹ Application Fee (अर्ज शुल्क)

  • Open category (खुला वर्ग)
₹ 544/-
  • Reserved category (राखीव वर्ग)
₹ 344/-

⏰ All Important Dates (महत्वाच्या तारखा)

  अर्ज सुरु होण्याची तारीख : 12th May 2022
⏰ शेवटची तारीख 1st June 2022 24 जून 2022

Important Link of MPSC State Service Recruitment 2022

 OFFICIAL WEBSITE
 APPLY ONLINE
 PDF ADVERTISEMENT 


MPSC State Service Preliminary Exam 2021 Online Apply

State Service Pre-Examination – Based on the results declared on March 30, 2022, , candidates who are eligible for admission in the main examination can apply online for the State Service Main Examination 2021 through the Commission’s website https://mpsconline.gov.in on  before April 14, It is necessary to submit the application by 2022 and also to pay the examination fee within the prescribed period. Otherwise, he will not be considered eligible for admission to the main examination.

जाहिरात क्रमांक १०६/२०२१, दिनांक ०४ ऑक्टोबर, २०२१ तसेच दिनांक ०८ ऑक्टोबर, २०२१ रोजीच्या शुद्धीपत्रकानुसार राज्य शासनाच्या सेवेतील विविध संवर्ग/ सेवांमधील भरतीकरीता आयोगामार्फत दिनांक २३ जानेवारी, २०२२ रोजी घेण्यात आलेल्या राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा – २०२१ च्या दिनांक ३० मार्च, २०२२ रोजी जाहीर करण्यात आलेल्या निकाला आधारे, मुख्य परीक्षेच्या प्रवेशासाठी पात्र ठरलेल्या उमेदवारांची राज्य सेवा मुख्य परीक्षा २०२१, दिनांक ०७, ०८ व ०९ मे, २०२२ रोजी अमरावती, औरंगाबाद, मुंबई, नागपूर, नाशिक व पुणे या जिल्हाकेंद्रावर घेण्यात येईल. २. प्रस्तुत राज्य सेवा मुख्य परीक्षा-२०२१ मधून भरण्यात येणा-या एकूण ४०५ भरती करीता अर्ज मागविण्यात येत आहे. 

प्रस्तुत मुख्य परीक्षेच्या प्रवेशासाठी पात्र उमेदवाराने आयोगाच्या संकेतस्थळावर दिनांक ३० मार्च, २०२२ रोजी प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आलेल्या राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षा-२०२१ च्या अधिसूचनेचे काळजीपूर्वक अवलोकन करुन आयोगाच्या https://mpsconline.gov.in या संकेतस्थळाद्वारे दिनांक १४ एप्रिल, २०२२ पर्यंत अर्ज सादर करणे तसेच विहित कालावधीत परीक्षा शुल्काचा भरणा करणे आवश्यक आहे. त्याशिवाय मुख्य परीक्षेच्या प्रवेशाकरीता पात्र समजण्यात येणार नाही.

CHECK FULL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE 

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Recruitment process will be implemented for 405 posts in various categories from the thematic State Service Examination-2021 keeping in view the advertisement of pre-examination on 4th October, 2021 and the demand letter for revised / additional posts received from the Government after the publication of Corrigendum on 08th October, 2021.

महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगामार्फत दिनांक २३ जानेवारी, २०२२ रोजी आयोजित राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा – २०२१ करीता दिनांक ०४ ऑक्टोबर, २०२१ रोजी प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आलेल्या जाहिरातीमध्ये शासनाच्या मागणीनुसार एकूण २९० पदांचा समावेश करण्यात आला होता. जाहिरात प्रसिद्ध झाल्यानंतर शासनाकडून प्राप्त मागणीच्या आधारे सदर जाहिरातीमध्ये काही नवीन संवर्गातील १०० पदांचा नव्याने समावेश करण्यात येऊन विविध संवर्गातील एकूण ३९० पदांकरीता दिनांक ८ ऑक्टोबर, २०२१ रोजी शुध्दिपत्रक प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आले. जाहिरातीमध्ये अंतर्भूत सदर पदांव्यतिरिक्त काही नवीन संवर्गातील पदांकरीता शासनाकडून सुधारित/अतिरिक्त मागणीपत्र प्राप्त झाल्यास त्याचा समावेश मुख्य परीक्षेच्या अधिसूचनेमध्ये करण्यात येईल, असे स्पष्ट करण्यात आले होते.

. दिनांक ४ ऑक्टोबर, २०२१ रोजी पूर्व परीक्षेची जाहिरात तसेच दिनांक ०८ ऑक्टोबर, २०२१ रोजी शुध्दिपत्रक प्रसिद्ध झाल्यानंतर शासनाकडून प्राप्त सुधारित/अतिरिक्त पदांचे मागणीपत्र या बाबी लक्षात घेऊन विषयांकित राज्य सेवा परीक्षा – २०२१ मधून विविध संवर्गातील ४०५ पदाकरिता भरती प्रक्रिया राबविण्यात येईल. 

MPSC State Service Exam-Upates


MPSC Recruitment 2021 : Maharashtra Public Service Commission is going to conduct Maharashtra State Service Pre Examination 2021 for Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent, Assistant Commissioner of State Taxes, Room Officer and various Posts . Applications are inviting for filling up the 290 390 vacancies of these posts to be filled. Interested applicants are need to apply online. Closing date for online applications is 25th October 2021 31st October 2021 2nd November 2021. More details of MPSC Recruitment 2021 applications & online applications link is given below : –

जाहिरात क्रमांक 106/2021 राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2021 करीता अर्ज सादर करण्यास दिनांक 31 ऑक्टोबर 2021 रोजी 23:59 वाजेपर्यंत मुदतवाढ देण्यात येत आहे.

Advt.No.106/2021 State Services Preliminary Examination 2021-Extension for Application Submission

महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगानं राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2021 ची जाहिरात प्रसिद्ध केली होती. राज्य सेवा परीक्षा 2021 अंतर्गत 290 पदांसाठी 16 संवर्गात भरती होणार होती. आता एमपीएससीकडून पदसंख्येमध्ये वाढ करण्यात आली आहे. 100 पदं वाढल्यामुळं आता 390 पदांसाठी 2 जानेवारी 2022 ला एमपीएससीकडून राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा आयोजित केली जाईल. पदांच्या संख्येत वाढ झाल्यानं विद्यार्थ्यांनी आनंद व्यक्त केला आहे.

MPSC State Service Pre Exam Corrigendum

2 जानेवारीला होणार एमपीएससीची पूर्वपरीक्षा

राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2021 ची जाहिरात आयोगाच्या संकेतस्थळावर प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आली आहे. पूर्व परीक्षा दिनांक 2 जानेवारी, 2022 रोजी व मुख्य परीक्षा दिनांक 7, 8 व 9 मे, 2022 रोजी आयोजित करण्यात येईल.

राज्य सेवा परीक्षेचं वेळापत्रक काय?

राज्यसेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2021 ची जाहिरात आयोगाच्या संकेतस्थळावर प्रसिद्ध करण्यात आली आहे. मुख्य परीक्षा दिनांक 7, 8 व 9 मे, 2022 रोजी आयोजित करण्यात येईल. 2021 च्या राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षेसाठी अर्ज दाखल करण्यास 5 ऑक्टोबर दुपारी 2 वाजल्यापासून होणार आहे. अर्ज दाखल करण्याचा अंतिम दिनांक 25 ऑक्टोबर आहे. खुल्या प्रवर्गातील उमेदवारांसाठी परीक्षा शुल्क 544 तर मागासवर्गीय उमेदावारंसाठी 344 रुपये शुल्क आकारण्यात येणार आहे.

महाराष्ट्र लोकसेवा आयोगामार्फेत राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा २०२१ ची तारीख जाहिर. विभिन्न संवर्गातील २९० 390 पदांसाठी दिनांक ०२ जानेवारी २०२२ रोजी राज्यातील ३७ जिल्हा केंद्रांवर घेण्यात येईल परीक्षा.

 

महाराष्ट्र राज्य सेवा पूर्व परीक्षा 2021

  • अंतिम तारीख : 25 ऑक्टोबर 2021 31 ऑक्टोबर 2021 02 नोव्हेंबर 2021  मुदतवाढ 
  • पदाचे नाव : उप जिल्हाधिकारी (अ) , पोलीस उप अधीक्षक / सहायक पोलीस आयुक्त (अ), सहायक राज्य कर आयुक्त (अ), गट विकास अधिकारी (अ), सहायक संचालक, महाराष्ट्र वित्त व लेखा सेवा, उद्योग उप संचालक (अ), सहायक कामगार आयुक्त (अ) – , उपशिक्षणाधिकारी व तत्सम पदे, महाराष्ट्र शिक्षण सेवा (ब), कक्ष अधिकारी, सहायक प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी (ब), सहायक गट विकास अधिकारी व तत्सम पदे (ब), सहायक निबंधक सहकारी संस्था (ब), उप अधीक्षक, भूमी अभिलेख (ब), उप अधीक्षक, राज्य उत्पादन शुल्क (ब), सहायक आयुक्त, राज्य उत्पादन शुल्क (ब), कैशल्य विकास, रोजगार व उधोजकता मार्गदर्शन अधिकारी (ब) – सरकारी कामगार अधिकारी (ब)
  • एकूण पदे : 290  390पदे
  • वयोमर्यादा :
    • उप जिल्हाधिकारी, गट-अ: 01 एप्रिल 2022 रोजी 19 ते 38 वर्षे
    • उर्वरित इतर पदे: 01 फेब्रुवारी 2022 रोजी 19 ते 38 वर्षे
  • अर्ज करण्याची पद्धत : ऑनलाइन
  • परीक्षा शुल्क :
    • आमागास वर्गीय उमेदवारांसाठी : 544/-
    • मागासवर्गीय उमेदवारांसाठी : 344/-
  • अधिकृत वेबसाईट : www.mpsc.gov.in

MPSC Bharti 2021

?Department (विभागाचे नाव) MPSC Maharashtra State Service Prelimary Examination 2021
⚠️ Recruitment Name
MPSC State Service Pre Recruitment 2021
? Application Mode (अर्ज कसा कराल) Online Application Forms
? Official Website (अधिकृत वेबसाईट) www.mpsc.gov.in

महाराष्ट्र लोक सेवा आयोग भरती अंतर्गत विविध पदांचा पूर्ण तपशील 

MPSC Rajya Seva Bharti 2021

1 Maharashtra State Service Pre Examination 2021 290 390 पदे

पदानुसार शैक्षणिक पात्रता 

  • For Maharashtra State Service Pre Examination 2021
  • Any graduate / candidates who have appearing last years of graduation / course
  • For Finance & Accounts Services – Graduation in Commerce
  • For Technical Post – Graduation in Engineering discipline

₹ Application Fee (अर्ज शुल्क)

  • Open category (खुला वर्ग)
₹ 544/-
  • Reserved category (राखीव वर्ग)
₹ 344/-

⏰ All Important Dates (महत्वाच्या तारखा)

  अर्ज सुरु होण्याची तारीख : 5th October 2021
⏰ शेवटची तारीख 25th October 2021 31 ऑक्टोबर 2021 02 नोव्हेंबर 2021  मुदतवाढ 

Important Link of MPSC Recruitment

? OFFICIAL WEBSITE
? APPLY ONLINE
? PDF ADVERTISEMENT 

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