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A Short Introduction

Madhya Pradesh is one of the fastest developing states of the nation. To maintain effective governance and public administration of the state, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission recruits highly qualified, skilled and efficient human resources to various state government departments. The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission was constituted in 1956. One of the major functions of MPPSC is recruitment of suitable candidates to the State Services by Direct Selection, Promotions, or Transfers. For the direct selection process, the commission conducts the State Services Examination. It covers several jobs related to Grade I, Grade II and Grade III such as Zila Adhyaksh (District President) (State Administrative Services), Deputy Superintendent of Police, Additional Assistant Development Commissioner of Panchayat and Village Development Department, Block Development Officer, Jail Superintendent, Commercial Tax Inspector, Sub-Registrar, etc.,

About MPPSC 2020 Exam

The State Services Examination and State Forest Service Examination 2020 are going to be conducted in July 2020 and the notifications for the same are to be out in May 2020. So, it’s a high time to start your preparations. The candidates now have to plan as the time is very less and the students have to cover a wide range of syllabus along with current affairs. State Service Exam is conducted for recruitment to various posts in government departments and offices of the state of Madhya Pradesh. This exam is conducted in two stages namely the preliminary exam and the mains exam. Following the UPSC exam pattern aspirants who clear the prelims exam are allowed to appear for the mains exam.


Jobs offered by MPPSC


1) State Civil Service (Deputy Collector) –

A Deputy Collector is an Administrative Service Officer in charge of revenue collection and administration of a subdivision in the state.

2) State Police Service (Deputy Superintendent of Police) –

These are the State Police Officers who belong to the provincial police forces, either direct entrants at that rank or promoted from inspector.

3) State Accounts Service –

It comprises of M.P. Finance and Accounts Services, M.P. Local Fund Audit Services, M.P. Subordinate Accounts Service, M.P. Local Fund Subordinate Services. Recruitment is done on the post of Assistant Director Local Fund Audit and Treasury. The employees have to perform internal auditing of the Government Stocks, local bodies, Municipalities, etc.

4) Commercial Tax Officer –

The work functions of a Commercial Tax Officer includes collection of commercial taxes with the help of subordinate personnel, fixing commercial taxes for commercial vehicles, maintain revenue records, fixing sales and property taxes, filing pay-role, etc. within area of his appointment.

5) District Excise Officer –

Also known as Aabkari Adhikari collects revenue and service tax from the manufacturing and sale of liquor and other similar substances. His work also includes keeping a check on illicit activities.

6) Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies -

The major work includes to work as the head of the office, to take interest in the developmental activities of the cooperative movements led in the state.

7) Sales Tax Inspector –

A Deputy Collector is an Administrative Service Officer in charge of revenue collection and administration of a subdivision in the state.

8)Labor Officer –

Means any person appointed or deemed to have been appointed as a labor officer under the provisions of the Section 4 of the Employments Act, and includes the Principal Labor Officer, a Senior Labor Officer, an Administrative Officer, a Senior Labor Assistant and a Labor Assistant.

9) District Registrar –

District Registrar is a district level officer under the Registrar and Stamp Department of commercial tax. His role is to supervise the Sub Registrar, to determine the true market value of properties and stamp duties.

10) Employment Officer -

TThe District Employment Officer is the head of the District Employment Exchange who is responsible for its activities. Organization of the Job Fairs and Training Programmes is also his duty.

11) Area Organizer –

An Area Organizer performs all those activities at the block level which a District Organizer performs at the district level. At the time of non availability of the District Organizer he has to perform his duties also.

12) Block Development Officer –

Is the supervisor of the extension officers and executive officers to the Panchayati Samitis. They look after the implementation of all rural development schemes; salary of all staff is drawn and disbursed through him.

13) Assistant Director (Food)/ District Civil Supplies Officer –

He manages daily operation of the food and beverage department, hires the staff, manages their training, assist in annual budget preparation and expense management activities, educate the staff on health department guidelines .

14) Project Officer (Social/ Rural Intensive Literacy Project) –

Being the Project head the responsibilities of the concerned officer involves dealing with the management and proceedings of the project, managing the expenditures.

15) Naib Tehsildar (Subordinate Civil Services) –

the tasks assigned and he receives the reports of the Lekhapals and he is responsible for the maintenance of registers and records.

16) Assistant Superintendent (Land Records) –

He supervises the work related to the lease and property, makes the entry in registers, assist the Superintendent in his work.

17) Sales Tax Inspector –

They are tasked with ensuring that individuals and commercial enterprises pay correct amounts of taxes due within the prescribed deadlines.

18) Excise Sub-Inspector –

He is a supervising officer; he has to supervise the action of all excise officers within that area.

18) Excise Sub-Inspector –

He is a supervising officer; he has to supervise the action of all excise officers within that area.

19) Transport Sub-Inspector –

Their duty is to make sure that whether the modes of transportation working properly. They also ensure that all the vehicles must adhere to federal safety regulations.

20) Co-operative Inspector –

He/ She has to act as a supervisor of all type of cooperative societies that comes under its circle i.e. agriculture, labor & construction, housing, marketing, milk cooperatives etc. He/ She has to work as a manager to implement and execute schemes /policies related to state cooperative department i.e. social welfare and he/she work as a bridge between grass root level working and office working. He/ She has to work as an arbitrator (judge) for arbitration cases of cooperative societies up to 5 lakhs (vary from state to state).

21) Assistant Labor Officer -

The fundamental responsibilities of the Asst. Labor Officer are to assist the Labor Officers in resolving industrial disputes and promote workplace harmony, working towards a conflict-free workplace, enabling economic growth. Assist the LOs in providing advice and information to employers and employees about their rights and obligations under the Labor and Employment Act.

22) Assistant Jailor -

Job duties of assistant jailers typically include inmate processing, maintaining order in the jail and invoking disciplinary measures when necessary. In the absence of jailor the assistant jailor is responsible for many clerical duties such as writing up of books and registers and preparing statements.

23) Sub-Registrar –

Some of the important functions to be performed are registration of documents, registration of Hindu marriages, ex-officio exam vendor, etc.

24) Assistant Director Public Relation -

By working and forming relationships with various members of the media, government, and public, assistant directors generate new opportunities. These professionals have to maintain the communication strategy of the departments.

25) Principal / Panchayat Secretary of the Training Institute –

To maintain the working of the institution, to provide the guidelines to the concerned faculties for imparting proper guidance to the candidates.

26) District Women Child Development Officer –

The most important task is the implementation of various women and child development schemes at the district level. Arrange the proper health and sanitation facilities for women and children.

27) Chief Instructor (Anganwadi) –

the instructor has to supervise the assistants working under her. To make sure that the expecting mothers and their children will get proper nutritional meal as well as she has to commence the organization of various child welfare programs like Polio Vaccination, etc.

28) Superintendent (Institutions) – Supervises

Supervises the functions of the various works undertaken by the institutions.

29)Project Officer (Integrated Child Development Project) -

To supervise and manage all the services being provided under the ICDP. To assign duties to subordinates for proper functioning of the project.

30) Assistant Project Officer (Special Nutrition Programme) –

As the program covers the rural and backward areas and is aiming to avail the nutritional facilities. So the duty of the APO is to perform the tasks given by the Project Officer and to make sure that the facilities must be received by more and more people.

31) Area Organizer (M.D.M.) –

The main function involves supervising the activities of the kitchen, to make sure that the students will get proper nutritional and healthy hygienic food.

32) District Commandant Home Guard –

The role of Home Guards is to serve as an auxiliary force to the police in maintenance of internal security situations, help the community in any kind of emergency such as natural calamities, fire breakout and promote communal harmony.

33) Assistant Director Local Fund Audit –

He is the head of the District office. His duties include general supervision and coordination of the audit field staff posted in his jurisdiction.

34) Additional Assistant Development Commissioner –

The profile comes under the Panchayati Raj System. He works under the development commissioner. His major tasks include dealing with the local bodies. To help in the headquarters administration, etc.

MPPSC Eligibility

Educational Qualification-

A Bachelor’s degree from any of the Universities recognized by the government of Madhya Pradesh. Professional and technical qualifications which are recognized by the State Government as equivalent to professional and technical qualifications.

Age-

A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 40 years on 1st January following the date of commencement of the examination. The State Government may vary the lower and upper age limits for any of the services at certain times.

Age Relaxation

1. Up to a maximum of five years:

If a candidate domiciled in Madhya Pradesh belongs to a caste or tribe notified as Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe by the Government of Madhya Pradesh

2. Up to a maximum of 3 years:

If a candidate is a bona fide repatriate of Indian origin from
• Burma, who migrated to on or after 1st June 1963
• Sri Lanka, who migrated to after 1st November 1964
• East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and had migrated to India during the period between 1st January 1964 and 25th March 1971.

3. Up to a maximum of 8 years:

If the candidate repatriate or displaced person belongs to a scheduled caste or scheduled tribe.

4. Up to a maximum of 5 years:

If the candidate is a widow on her first appointment.

5. Up to a maximum of 2 years:

If the candidate holds a Green Card in his/her name under the Family Welfare Programme.

6. Up to a maximum of 5 years:

If the candidate is a forward partner of a prize-winning couple under inter caste Marriage Scheme sponsored by the Tribal Harijan and Backward Class Welfare Department.

7. Up to a maximum of 5 years:

If the candidate is a sportsperson honored with the ‘Vikram Award’.

8. Up to a maximum of 3 years:

In the case of Defense Services personnel, disabled in operations during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence thereof.

9. Up to a maximum of 8 years: If the candidate falling under the category 8 belongs to the Scheduled Caste or the Scheduled Tribe.

10. Up to a maximum of 3 years:

In the case of a candidate who is bona fide, repatriate of Indian origin (Indian passport holder) from Vietnam as also a candidate holding emergency certificate issued to him by the Indian Embassy in Vietnam and who arrived in India from Vietnam not earlier than July 1975.

11. Up to a maximum of 8 years:

If the candidate falling under category 10 belongs to the Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe.

12. Up to a maximum of 5 years:

If the case of Ex-servicemen and Commissioned officers including ECOs/SSCOs who have rendered at least five years military service as on 1st January preceding date of commencement of examination and have been released on completion of assignment (including those whose assignment is due to be completed within six month from the said date) otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency or on account of physical disability attributable to Military service.

13. Up to a maximum of 10 years:

In case the candidate falling under category 12 belongs to the Scheduled Caste or the Scheduled Tribe.

14. Up to a maximum of 3 years:

If the candidate is an employee of the Madhya Pradesh Government or State Government undertaking either as a permanent or temporary Government servant.

15. Up to a maximum of 3 years:

If the candidate is a retrenched government servant, after deducting from his age the period of all temporary service previously rendered by him up to a maximum of seven years even if it represents more than one spell. The term ‘retrenched Government servant denotes a person who was in temporary Government service of the state of Madhya Pradesh or any of its constituent units for a continuous period of not less than six months and who was discharged because of reduction in establishment not more than three years prior to the date of registration at the Employment Exchange or of application made otherwise for employment in the Government service.

Up to a maximum of 10 years:

If the candidate is a handicap and applying to the service /posts class of III only

MPPSC Exam Syllabus

MPPSC PRE EXAM SYLLABUS

PAPER I: GENERAL STUDIES

• General Science and Environment
Questions on general science and Environment (Environmental Ecology, Biodiversity & Climate Change) will cover general appreciation and understanding of science including matters of every day observation and experience as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any particular scientific discipline.

• Current Events of National & International Importance

• History of India and Independent India:
In History, questions of general knowledge related to social, economic and political aspects will be asked. Also, there will be questions on Indian National Movement and Development of Independent India.

• Geography of India: :
There will be questions of general knowledge relating to physical, social and economical geography. It will also include questions on Indian Agriculture and Natural resources. There will be questions pertaining to demography and census of India and General Geographical awareness of world.

• Indian Polity and Economy:
There will be questions of general knowledge relating to Physical, social and economic geography. It will also include questions on Indian Agriculture and Natural resources. There will be questions pertaining to demography and census of India and General Geographical awareness of world.

• Sports: Important games and sports tournaments, Awards, personalities and Renowned Sports Institutions of M.P., India, Asia and World.

• Geography, History and Culture of M.P:
There will be questions related to the development of mountains, rivers, climate, Flora and Fauna, Minerals, transportation in the Geography of Madhya Pradesh. It will also have questions relating to important dynasties of M.P., Contribution of important dynasties in the History & Culture of Madhya Pradesh. There will be questions on Tribes, Arts, Architecture, Fine Arts and Historical personalities of M.P.

• Polity and Economy of M.P:
Political system, Political parties and elections, Panchayati Raj, Social system and sustainable economic development of M.P. This will also include questions on Industry, Plans, Economic Programs, business, demography and census of M.P.

• Information and Communication Technology:
Questions pertaining to characteristics, uses, and terminologies such as website, online, search engine, e-mail, video mail, chatting, video conferencing, hacking, cracking, virus and cybercrime.

PAPER II: GENERAL APTITUDE TEST

• Comprehension

• Interpersonal skill including communication skill

• Logical reasoning and analytical ability

• Decision making and problem solving

• General mental ability

• Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, order of magnitude Class X level)

• Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. Class X level)

• Hindi Language Comprehension Skill (Class X level)

MPPSC MAINS EXAM SYLLABUS

Paper 1: General Studies (1) Syllabus

History and Culture:

• World History, Renaissance, Revolution of England, French Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Russian Revolution, World War I and II.

• Indian History – Political, Economic and Social history of India from Harappa Civilization to 10th Century A.D.

• Mughals and their administration, emergence of composite culture, Political, Economic and Social history of Central India from 11th to 18th Century A.D.

• Impact of British Rule on Indian economy and society, Indian response to British Rule: Peasant and tribal revolts, The First Struggle of Independence.

• Indian Renaissance: The Freedom National Movement and its leaders (with special reference to M.P.).

• Emergence of India as a Republic, Reorganization of States, Formation of M.P., Major events of the post-independence period.

• Indian Culture, Heritage with special reference to M.P: Salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature, Festivals and Architecture from ancient to modern times. World Heritage sites in India, Tourism in Madhya Pradesh.

Geography:

• Salient features of physical geography of India and the world.

• Distribution of key natural resources, Agro climatic zones and Industries in M.P.

• Demography of India and M.P., Tribes of Madhya Pradesh with particular reference to vulnerable tribes.

• Agro Eco law and its relevance to man, sustainable management and conservation.

• Major crops of the state, holdings and cropping patterns, physical and social environment of crop distribution and production. Issues and challenges related with quality and supply of seed, manure, farming practices, horticulture, poultry, dairy, fisheries and animal husbandry etc. agriculture produce, transport, storage and marketing in the state.

• Soil: Physical, chemical and biological properties, Soil process and factors of soil formation, mineral and organic constituents of soil and their role in maintaining soil productivity.

• Essential plant nutrients and other beneficial elements in soils and plants. Problems of soil erosion and Soil degradation in Madhya Pradesh. Soil conservation planning on watershed basis.

• Food processing and related industries in India- scope and significance, location, supply management

• Land reforms in India.

• Water Management: Ground Water and Watershed management. Water usage and efficient irrigation systems. Drinking water supply, factors of impurity of water and quality management.

Disaster and its management:

• Man-made and Natural disasters: Concept and scope of disaster management, septic hazards and mitigation.

• Community planning: Resource Mapping, Relief 85 Rehabilitation, preventive and administrative measures, Safe construction, Alternative communication and survival skills.

• Case studies: Chernobyl Atomic Plant Tragedy 1986, Bhopal Gas Tragedy 1984, Kutch Earthquake 2001, Indian Tsunami 2004, Fukushima Daiichi Japan Nuclear Disaster 2011, Uttarakhand Flash Flood 2013, Ujjain Tragedy 1994, Allahabad Kumbh Stampede 2013, J & K Flood 2014 etc.

Paper 2: General Studies (2) Syllabus

The Constitution, the Political and Administrative Structure of Governance:

• Constitution drafting committee, The Constitution of India, the Preamble, Basic Structure, Fundamental Rights and Duties and Directive principles of state policy, Schedules of the Constitution, Constitutional amendments, Comparison of the Indian Constitution with that of other countries.

• Centre and State Legislature.

• Centre and State Executive.

• Judiciary: Supreme Court, High Court, District and Subordinate Courts, Contempt of Court.

• Nature of the Indian Union, Centre State Relations, Division of Power (Centre List, State List and Concurrent List).

• Distribution of resources.

• Decentralization and people’s participation in Democratic Governance.

• Local Self Government, 73rd and 74th amendment of Constitution. The Panchayat, the Municipalities (Rural and Urban Local Governance).

• Lokpal, Lokayukt and Lok Nyayalaya, Judiciary as a Watchdog protecting the Constitutional Order, Judicial Activism, Public Interest Litigation.

• Accountability and Rights: Competition Commission, Consumer Courts, Information Commission Women Commission, Human Rights Commissions, SC/ ST/OBC Commissions, other redressal agencies / authorities.

• Transparency and Accountability, Right to Information, Right to Services, Utilization of public funds.

• Democracy at Work, Political Parties, Political Representation, Citizens Participation in Decision Making.

• Elections, Election Commission, Electoral reforms.

Emergence of Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs); Self Help Groups, Issues and role of media (Electronic, Print and Social)

Security issues: External and Internal

Some Important Legislation:

• Indian society, Social Legislation as an instrument of Social Change.

• The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.

• Protection to Women: Women Criminal Law [Under Indian Constitution Law Criminal Procedure code].

• Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.

• The Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955.

• The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.

• Right to Information Act, 2005.

• Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

• The Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

• Information Technology Act, 2000.

• The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

Social Sector – Health, Education and Empowerment:

• Health services, Preventive and curative health programmes in India / M. P. with an emphasis on children and Women’s health.

• Issues related to availability of curative health to all. Availability of doctor for Paramedical safety.

• Health services in rural area.

• Malnutrition, its causes and effects and Govt. programmes, supplementary Nutrition

• The technological interventions in the field of Immunology, Immunization, Family health, Biotechnology

• Communicable and non communicable diseases and remedies.

• Vital statistics

Education Systems:

Education as a tool of HR development, Universal elementary education, Quality of Higher and Technical, Vocational Education, Issues related to girl’s education, under privileged classes and differently able classes.

Human resource development:

Availability of skilled manpower, employability and productivity of human resource of India, trends of employment, role of institutions like NCHER, NCERT, NIEPA, UGC, Open Universities, AICTE, NCTE, NCVT, ICAR, IITS, NIT, NLUs, IIMs, Polytechnic and ITIs etc, and human resource development.

Welfare programmes:

Welfare programmes and Issues related to Aged people, differently able people, Children, Women, Labor, Socially deprived classes and displaced groups of developmental projects.

Public Services:

Public Services, All India Services, Central Services, State Services, Constitutional Positions; Role, function and nature of Union Public Service Commission, M.P. State Public Service Commission, Training and Training Institutions of State and Centre in context of changing governance pattern.

Public Expenditure and Accounts:

Control over public Expenditure, Parliament control, Estimate Committee, Public Accounts Committee etc. Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Role of Finance Ministry in Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Composition and function of Accountant General of M. P.

International Organizations:

UN and its associate organizations IMF, the World Bank and Asian Development Bank, SAARC, BRICS, other Bilateral and Regional groupings WTO and its impact on India

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