MPPSC Deputy Collector & Deputy Superintendent of Police Eligibility & Selection Process

MPPSC Deputy Collector & Deputy Superintendent of Police Previous year Question Papers

Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has recently released notification to recruit Deputy Collector (Nain Tehsildar), andDeputy Superintendent of Police (DSP). MPPSC is the department responsible for recruitment of all the high level jobs of MP government. The entire recruitment process is conducted and overseen by the MPPSC.

This is a great opportunity for candidates looking for government job in the state of MP. Interested candidates can visit the MPPSC official website to look for more details. Previous year MPPSC Deputy Collector and Deputy Superintendent of Police papers are now available on our website. Download the papers to aid your preparation.

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Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission Deputy Collector & Deputy Superintendent of Police Eligibility

To be eligible for the MPPSC Deputy Collector and DSP the candidate must have attained a minimum age of 18 and should be within the maximum age limit of 28. The candidate should be graduate in any discipline from a centrally recognized university. Candidates from reserved categories enjoy some additional relaxations on age limits.

Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission Deputy Collector&Deputy Superintendent of Police Selection Process

The candidates will go though several rounds of examinations before the final selection. Their will be a preliminary examination, mains examination and personal Interview. The MPPSC Preliminary examination will have two papers, general studies and general aptitude test. The General Studies paper will be of 150 marks and General Aptitude Test will be of 300 marks.

The Mains examination will have various papers depending on the optional paper subject chosen by the applicant. The Paper I and II will be of General Studies, Paper III of General Hindi, Paper IV and V of any one optional subject, Paper VI and VII will be of another optional subject. Each paper of mains examination will be of 300 marks and have a time duration of 3 hours.

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Visit the MPPSC official website to check the last date of the application. Once done with filling the application, start your preparation as soon as possible. MPPSC sets fairly tough level of papers, aspirants need to work hard to excel the exam. Prepare a study plan by allotting appropriate time to each topic. Also keep preparing notes to revise the topics later on. A lot of marks can be scored easily in general Knowledge section. To prepare the GK well aspirants should read the complete newspaper daily. Apart from newspaper, various books are available in the market to help candidates prepare GK for the exams.

After the preparation, start taking mock test to strengthen the preparation even more. The previous year papers available on our website can be used for mock tests. Taking mock tests and boost your confidence.

 


 

Updated: March 18, 2018 — 6:12 pm

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