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How can I prepare for deputy collector exam?
Start with reading NCERT of 5th standard to 12th standard. You have to read History, Social Science and Environment books. I would suggest you reading for at least 10-12 hours each day to prepare for the collector exam. There are many online coaching classes also available.
Can we become deputy collector through MPSC?
How to crack a deputy collector post through the MPSC – Quora. For any state PSC , TOP slot option is for Deputy collector only. For this you have to be among top 20 depending upon No. Of post for deputy collector in that particular year.
How can I become ACP in MPSC?
- There are two channels from which you can reach up to ACP.
- Promotion – You need to appear for Police Sub Inspector (PSI) post from MPSC and after few years of service in various ranks like, assistant police inspector, police inspector, sometimes Sr.
Which group is best for collector?
For becoming collector you need to complete your graduation degree in any stream so you can choose any subject in your 12th class. I suggest you to choose physics, chemistry and mathematics in 12th standard because it will help you in your aim of being a collector in future.
What education do collectors?
To become a collector, you need to be a graduate first. Graduation in any stream is the minimum qualification. To become a collector you need to give Civil Service Exam conducted by UPSC every year. The exam takes place in 3 levels.
Is there any change in MPSC syllabus 2020?
Changes in MPSC Syllabus In a recent notification, MPSC has announced the revision of MPSC Mains Syllabus 2020. The revision has been made in the General Studies Paper I-IV. No changes have been made to Paper 1 (Marathi & English – Essay/Translation) and Paper 2 (Marathi & English – Grammar/Comprehension).
Are there any optional subjects in the MPSC?
There are no optional subjects in the MPSC, a change that was made in 2012. In MPSC Mains, there is negative marking in the objective question papers. The following table gives the MPSC exam pattern of the State Service Exam Mains: MPSC Mains Syllabus [Revised]:- Download PDF Here
How many papers are there in the MPSC?
In the mains exam, there are six compulsory papers. Paper I and Paper II are language papers while Papers 3, 4, 5, and 6 are general studies papers. There are no optional subjects in the MPSC, a change that was made in 2012.
Who conducts state service examination (MPSC) in India?
Maharashtra Public Service Commission conducts State Service Examination, also called, Maharashtra Rajyaseva Pariksha. Get the latest updates about MPSC Syllabus and Exam Pattern below: