Smart Strategy for MPPSC Exam Preparation Prelims, Mains and Interview for MP State Service Examination 2021

December 27, 2021

MPPSC 2021 Recruitment: Civil services give the opportunity to the candidates to be engaged in the legitimate functioning of the administration for all social activities. Madhya Pradesh Public Service (MPPSC) conducts State Service Examination to recruit for the post of Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Commercial Tax Officer Etc. The Commission invites applications every year to fill various vacancies in the state bureaucracy.
Here I am sharing some Preparation tips for MPPSC Prelims, Mains, and Interview for Madhya Pradesh Public Services exam. This writeup is written in inspiration of a MPPSC selected candidate Abhinav Soni MPPSC topper of Sharma Academy in Indore. How he starts his journey and clear the MPPSC exam is here. Let see what routine and strategy he follow towards his success.
During his IT sector job he decide to appear in MPPSC exam got a feeling to serve the public of his nation for this Abhinav discuss with his parents and quite the job because he was not getting sufficient time to study. Study for 8 hours in a day then increase the time day by day make it 12 to 14 hours to clear it in first attempt. And got succeed to achieve the dream you have to work hard unconditionally because it is your life your goal to make it.
My views for Civil services MPPSC:
The civil service is one of the prestigious and challenging careers in our country. Approximately between 1–2 lakh students appear for MPPSC Prelims.
Regarding the total number of selections, it depends on the total vacancies, for example in 2013, there were 755 vacancies, 591 in 2014, 435 in 2015 and 255 in 2016 in 2018 Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has released a recruitment notification for 202 posts of Deputy Collector (Naib Tehsildar), Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and More.
So, you can see the vacancies are decreasing every year and competition increasing, the candidates are giving very tuff competition to each other in this scenario only the focused and systematic study plan can help you to compete.
How should you start as a beginner for MPPSC Exam?
As a beginner starting from point zero one can buy previous years question paper module and attempt some questions daily, moreover the questions from NCERT too will help.
Start writing answers and when you study, don’t wait for the whole or even enough syllabus to be finished.
For example, if you are reading history and you completed The Mauryan empire soon after checking previous years papers and try to answer related question as many as you wish. Don’t wait to complete the full subject or syllabus it will not be good approach you can skip such question for later which don’t cover your prepared topics.
Qualities required for cracking the civil services:
• Good Intelligence quotient (IQ)
• Good reading skills
• Good scoring potential through good memorizing skills and ability to reproduce original ideas and concept
• Hard work and perseverance
• Good writing skills
• Focus and determination
• Good analytical skills
• Proper planning and time management
• Good Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
• High self-esteem and confidence
MPPSC Civil Services is a comprehensive exam it needs at least 2 years of preparation and 10-12 hours daily study. A few people may be lucky who can make it with just one year of study and single attempt. The MPPSC is not just looking for hard working people but also smart working people. The students who plan their schedule properly using time management techniques, will have better chances to succeed.
MPPSC Prelims Study Plan:
The first step to enter in MPPSC is prelims exam so you have to be very careful, serious and focused while preparing for the mppsc pre-exam. It consists of two papers.
Paper 1 for General Studies it is of 200 marks having 100 questions each having 2 marks with no negative marking. This is the scoring paper of prelims exam for mains this is the only paper on its basis you will get selection in mains.
You can divide it in 3 parts First Special: approx 20 question comes out 0f 100, you are giving exam for MP state psc then your knowledge about your state should be very much strong. Second part is Current Affairs: at least 10 questions come from current affairs, the national issues which are currently running in our country you have to knowledge about that, for this read 2 newspapers at least. give at least 2 hours to newspaper reading for current affairs news. By this your mains exam preparation will be done.
Third part is Acts (SC/ST, HR, CR): These are 3 acts added by MPPSC board in syllabus you should have deep knowledge about SC/ST Act, Human Rights Protection Act, Civil Rights Protection Act. Easily 10 question will be covered by this acts section.
So, the 40 marks will be covered by these 3 topics MP, Current and Acts. You can crack prelims easily by preparing these three topics so strongly. Remaining 60% will be covered by other subjects like science, history, geography etc.
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