It’s time for syllabus analysis of MPPCS. We are going to get into details of Madhya Pradesh public service commission or MPPCS. Madhya Pradesh public service commission is formed by the constitution of India for the selection of civil services job for the state. MPPSC recruits personnel from all over the country to fulfill the vacant post. Time to time MPPSC has published a recruitment notification for all the eligible candidates who are willing to join the administration of the state. Formation of MPPSC is very interesting. According to MPPSC website, when the reorganization of state was held on 1st November 1956, eight districts of Madhya Pradesh have been transferred to the Bombay State and the remaining remains with MP. Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh were merged to form the new Madhya Pradesh. So It was formed in November 1956.
What is it?
- As we have mentioned in our previous blogs of state pcs exams MPPSC is one of the most prestigious exams in India. It is comparatively easier than the other UPPSC and PSC examinations. So if you are interested to work hard to crack the exam.
- MPPSC conducts various competitive exams for appointing candidates. It conducts the examination for the candidates to provide a good career in various departments and other facilities and allotments according to the MPPSC Notification. So here we are providing the list of Positions under Madhya Pradesh PSC Recruitment
What is the minimum qualification for MPPCS?
How to start preparation for Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission Exams?
MPPSC conducts various types of examination for the recruitment of the most deserving, eligible and qualified candidates in State administration of the Government of MP.
So, before appearing in the examination candidates should have a clear concept about MPPSC exam pattern and syllabus. You can observe that exam contains 3 phase, preliminary exam, second is mains and third is an interview.
Subject, question paper, and duration are different of each paper.–
The preliminary examination contains two papers of objective type. It is just a screening test. On the basis of marks secured in pre. Candidates are declared qualified for Main Examination. Final selection list will be prepared only on the basis of marks obtained in Mains Examination and Interview.
Each question papers contain 100 questions of 2 marks each. The total marks for each paper will be 200 and time duration for each paper will be of 2 hours.
The second paper of preliminary exam is only qualifying in nature.
Next is the mains exam, it contains 6 papers. First 4 papers are related to the general study and fifth paper is general Hindi and last is Hindi Essay. Full marks for paper and time both are mentioned in the table shown above.
Next stage is Interview, In the interview exam, qualifying marks for the interview for unreserved candidates is 33% of full marks. And if a candidate belongs to a Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/ Other Backward Class and Physically Handicapped categories, minimum qualifying marks is 23%.
How many topics come under these topics?
So the next step is topic wise pattern analysis of papers –
Preliminary exam paper 1st contains the following topics –
Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission Mains Exam
Madhya Pradesh public service commission has changed the pattern of mains examination taking out the optional subject and reducing the number of papers to 6, which had been mentioned above.
In the mains exam general study paper 1 deals with (history & geography), second paper deals with polity, 3rd paper deals with science, technology and economics and last paper deals with ethics. So plz make a note of syllabus subject wise that must be presented in the tabular form.
PAPER -1 SYLLABUS
PAPER -2 SYLLABUS
PAPER -3 SYLLABUS
PAPER -4 SYLLABUS
PAPER -5 SYLLABUS
PAPER -6 SYLLABUS
Which book is important for the MPPSC exams?
- Ancient – OLD NCERT
- Medieval – OLD NCERT
- Modern – Spectrum
- World history – Arjun dev , Youth Destination Notes and website.
- NEW NCERT (6th – 12th)
- Physical Geography – NCERT (11th)
- C. leong
- Governance (M. Laxmikanth)
- International organization – prepare by internet
- International relation – Daily current Affairs + class notes of youth destination.
- NCERT (11th)
- Must watch Mrunal video
- Sleepy classes on you tube for some frictional topics
- Sanjiv Verma’s book
- Book written by Ramesh Singh
- MP Govt. Website
- New NCERT
- Class books classes 9th to 10th
- Shankar IAS
- Sleepy classes on you tube
- Documentary & short files on environmental issues
- Class X NCERT
- S. Agrawal
- For practice solve at least 10 years papers of math’s and reasoning for Bank exam
- TMH – Science + Internet
- RSTV science monitor
- Watch topic on YouTube according to your syllabus
- Make notes and link it with your traditional topics
- Youth destination Notes
- Abhay Sir class Notes
Art & culture
- Book written by Nitin Sighanya
- You are suggested to read only NCERT
- If you have enough time then you can go with Tamilnadu NCERT book
Disaster management & security issues
- Ashok sir (IPS) – Book India’s internal security
- Youth destination classes notes or printed notes
- Visit our website, youth destination.in