Maharashtra PSC Previous Question Papers

Maharashtra PSC Previous Year Question Papers

Maharashtra Public Service Commission Tax has recently issued a notification of the exam, so if you are aspiring to appear for the post this year, then you are at the right place.Notification is recently released in the month of July 2016. The application form will be available from 05th July – 25th July 2016. So, those candidates interested for the following vacancy and looking forward to apply for the examination, can read the information mentioned below.We are providing you with the latest pattern and syllabus that to be followed to score well in the exam. This exam is extremely important and we suggest you should apply for the post and prepare through the best study material that we provide here at absolutely free of cost. Applicants can also check the official website mpsc.gov.in for more details regarding the exam. Mode of application will remain online only. We have incorporated all the necessary details of the exams on our site. Your indulgence on this site will also let you know the latest syllabus and pattern of last 5 year MPSC Previous Question Papers to get brief of this exam and also contribute in the good preparation for the exam.. We will provide you all information related to exam, updates along with study material in pdf format which you can use as per your convenience. The application for the relevant post will be in online mode which also easy for all aspiring candidates so apply before the last date of submission of application. Those candidates interested for the following vacancy and looking forward to apply for the examination, can read the information mentioned below. We are providing you with the latest pattern and syllabus that to be followed to score well in the exam.

Get: SSC Combined Higher Secondary Question Papers

Name of the organisation –  Maharashtra Public service Commission

Name of the post               – Tax assistant

Mode of Application         – Online

Job Location                        –   Maharashtra

Job Category                      –   Previous papers

Official site                        –    mpsc.gov.in

Last date to apply            –   25th July

Selection Process-

  • Written Exam
  • Interview

The MPSC written exam is 400 marks. The applicants should have knowledge of Marathi. There will be Marathi Typing Test which is for 30 words per minute. The applicants should also be good in English Typing Test (40 Word per Minute).

Exam Pattern is showcased here, refer the latest syllabus

S.No. Written Test
1 English
2 Marathi
3 General Studies

You get complete study material at this page related with this exam in the form of pdf, so please refer them to understand the essential areas in the exam and practice the exam with our modern sample papers. So, kindly download it as a link below contains respective papers, and develop better understanding of the exam. Download the mentioned papers below-

Download Maharashtra PSC Previous Year Question Papers

Maharashtra PSC Question Paper Download link Pdf
Maharashtra PSC Question Paper- English
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Maharashtra PSC Question Paper G.K Download here
Maharashtra PSC Question Paper – Quants
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Updated: July 24, 2016 — 4:42 pm

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