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Old May 31st, 2014, 04:48 PM
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I want to give the exam of Sales Tax Inspector of Maharashtra Public Service Commission and for that I need to get the details of eligibility criteria and the exam pattern so can you provide me that?

As you want to get the details of eligibility criteria and the exam pattern of exam of Sales Tax Inspector of Maharashtra Public Service Commission so here is the information of the same for you:

Age Limit:
Aspirants must not be more than 33 years and even not less than 18 years as on 01- 02- 2014.

Education Qualification:
Candidates must have passed Graduation Degree in any field (or) its equivalent from any govt authorized College.

Salary:
Pay Scale Rs. 9300 – 34,800/- + Grade Pay Rs. 4300/-

Application Fee:
Unreserved candidates have to pay Rs. 260/-, For reserved candidates Rs. 135 need to pay AND Ex- SM Rs. 10/-

Selection Process:
Selection of candidates based on Written Exam and Interview.

Exam Pattern:

Preliminary examination,
Main examination,
Physical test and interview,

Preliminary Examination:
This test is known as general ability test , the pattern will be in english and Marathi mediums,

Total 150 questions and 300 marks , the duration of the exam is one and half hour.

Sub-topics for the general studies:
Indian and world geography-20 questions,
Arithmetic-20 questions,
General sciences-20 questions,
History-20 questions,
Social reformers-20 questions,
Indian polity, panchayati raj and economics -25 questions,
Current events-25 questions,

Main Examination:
This exam is conducted in four places in Maharashtra,
Mumbai,
Pune,
Aurangabad,
Nagpur,

Paper-1 carries 200 marks,
Marathi =130 marks,
English=70 marks,

Sub topic wise division of marks
Paper-2: general studies carries 200 marks,

Topics
Agriculture=25 marks,
Science and engineering=25 marks,
Commerce and economics =25 marks,
History, social reformers=25 marks,,
Panchayati Raj, polity current events=25 marks,,
Statistics=5 marks,
Mental ability=70 marks,

Contact Details:
Maharashtra Public Service Commission
Bank Of India Building,
3rd Floor, Old Custom House Rd,
Borabazar Precinct,
Ballard Estate,
Fort,
Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400001 ‎
022 2267 0148
India

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I want to give the exam of Sales Tax Inspector of Maharashtra Public Service Commission and for that I need to get the details of eligibility criteria and the exam pattern so can you provide me that?
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i am diploma passout student so which goverments exam can i appers
Mr . Pranav there is no any govt job for diploma but I have a option you should try to give railway exams means RRB (RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD).
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Sir open University graduation Rajasthan state open Universityis valid for mpsc exam plz help
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Hi buddy I have decided to take part in MPSC Sales Tax Inspector Examination and for the same here looking for info related to its eligibility criteria so will you plz tell me about the same ??
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Old January 24th, 2019, 12:58 PM
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MPSC is a Government of Maharashtra organization which is responsible for conducting exams for recruitments to Maharashtra Government departments.

As you want here I am giving bellow info related to MPSC Sales Tax Inspector Exam criteria :

Eligibility criteria
Educational:
Applicants must have Bachelors Degree from a recognized University; however, the candidate with a law degree may be given preference.

Applicants in their final year of graduation can also appear for the MPSC exam.

Nationality:
Applicants must be the citizen of India and domiciled in the State of Maharashtra.

Age:
The minimum age for Applicants appearing for an MPSC exam is 18 years, the maximum age is 33 years.

The maximum age is relaxed able for OBC Applicants (max. 35yrs.) and SC/ST/NT Applicants (max. 38yrs.).


No of Attempts:
There is no Limit; a candidate can appear any number of times.

Exam syllabus
General Studies
Indian Polity
Current National Issues
International Affairs & Institutions
Indian Economy
Natural Resources of Madhya Pradesh
Energy Resources
Industries
Environment
Planning and Evaluation
Administrative Structure of Madhya Pradesh
Rural and Urban Administrative Structure
Games and Sports
History of Modern India (1818-1857) particularly Maharashtra: Introduction of modern education -Press, Railway, Post and Telegraph, Industries, Land reforms and Socio-religious reforms Its impact on Society.

Establishment of British Rule in India: Wars against major Indian powers, Policy of subsidiary Alliance, Doctrine of Lapse, Structure of British Raj up to 1857.
Socio-Cultural Changes: Contacts with Christian Missions, coming of English education and the Press, Official-social reform measures (1828 to 1857). Socio-religious reform movements: Brahmo Samaj, Prarthana Samaj, Satyashodhak Samaj, and Arya Samaj. Reform movements among the Sikhs and the Muslims, Depressed Classes Mission, Non-Brahmin movement and Justice Party.

Social and economic awakening: Indian Nationalism 1857 revolt and after, Indian National Congress (1885- 1947), Azad Hind Sena, Role of important personalities, Role of Press and Education in Social Awakening in pre- independent India.
Emergence and growth of Indian Nationalism: Social background, the formation of National Associations, Peasant uprisings, the foundation of Indian National Congress, the moderate phase, the growth of extremism, Morley-Minto reforms, Home Rule movement, Lucknow pact, Mont-Ford reforms.
India after Independence:
Selected Social Reformers of Maharashtra- their ideology and work
Cultural Heritage of Maharashtra (Ancient to Modern)

GEOGRAPHY WITH UNIQUE REFERENCE TO MAHARASHTRA:
Physical Geography: Interior of the Earth- composition and physical conditions. Factors controlling L and form development. The concept of geomorphic cycles- landforms associated with a fluvial, arid, glacial, and coastal cycle. Evolution and Geomorphology of the Indian Subcontinent- Major physiographic regions -Problems of floods Physiographic details of Maharashtra.

Economic Geography of Maharashtra: Minerals and Energy Resources: Their distribution, importance, and development in Maharashtra. Tourism in Maharashtra Religious Tourism, Medicinal Tourism, Ecotourism and Cultural Heritage. Reserved forests, Animal Sanctuaries, National Parks and Forts in Maharashtra, Tiger Project.
Human and Social Geography of Maharashtra: Migration of population, causes, and effects, sugarcane Cutting laborers effects of migration on source and destination areas. Rural settlements in Maharashtra.

Environmental Geography: Ecology and Ecosystem- energy flow, material cycle, food chain and Webs. Environmental degradation and conservation, global ecological imbalances- pollution and Greenhouse Effect, a role of CO2 and methane in the greenhouse effect, global warming, reduction in bio-diversity and Depletion of forests. Environmental laws and environmental impact assessment.

Population Geography (concerning Maharashtra): Causes and consequences of migration. Rural and Urban settlements- site, situation, types, size, spacing and morphology. Urbanization- process and problems. Rural Urban Fringe and sphere of public influence.
Remote Sensing: Concept of remote sensing. Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites. Imageries- IRS Products, MSS bands- blue, green, red and near infra-red, False Color Composite (FCC).
Agroecology
Climate
Soil
Water Management

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Human Resource Development in India Present status of the population in India Quantitative Aspect (size and growth Sex, Age, Urban and Rural) and qualitative aspects (Education and Healthcare). Population policy and projection up to 2050.
Education: Education as a tool of HR development and social change. Education (Preprimary to Higher Education) system in India
Vocational Education: As an instrument of HR development. Vocational/Technical Education- Present Status, systems and training in India particularly in Maharashtra.
Health: As an essential and major component of HRD, Vital Statistics, and World Health Organization (WHO) Objectives, structure, functions and its programmers.
Rural Development: Empowerment of Panchayat Raj system

General Aptitude
Comprehension
Interpersonal Skill including Communication Skill
Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability
Decision-Making and Problem Solving
General Mental Ability
Basic Numeracy, Data Interpretation
Hindi Language Comprehension Skill
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