Tips for MPPSC Prepration by Pooja Yadav selected as Nayab Tehsildar in MPPSC Exam
Name- Hello friends, I am Pooja Yadav, a graduate form science. i was doing job in a private company but was not satisfied so i quit the job and start preparing for MPPSC Exam.
My destiny was Civil Service.
Hobbies- singing, watching movies and reading books.
The strategy for Prelims is a blend of hard and smart work. You need to grasp the IMPORTANT news events of past 8-10 months, without compromising the Static portion of GS. Also, one of the most ignored aspect is question solving. It is of prime importance to solve model/previous papers frequently appearing in general Magazines to get the wittedness requisite in the actual exam.
MPPSC Pre exam is the first step to enter in mppsc so we have to take MPPSC Prelims exam very seriously. MPPSC Pre exam is consist of two paper
Paper 1 - सामान्य अध्ययन (General Studies) - 100 question each have 2 marks total 200 marks
Paper 1 - सामान्य अभिरुचि परीक्षण (General Aptitude) - 100 question each have 2 marks total 200 marks
The thing is Paper 2 is qualifying paper you need to score 40% marks in it to qualify and it can be easily done. Students have to focus the Paper 1 because it is vast and have a lot to study.
Generally after Prelims exam result announcement aspirants got 60 days to prepare for the Mains exam. These two months are going to be the most important days of your MPPSC mains preparation. In order to crack this, you need a robust mains study plan along with the relevant study material.
The MPSC main exam consists of descriptive type of questions. It focusses on testing the candidate on various levels. The time limit for the essay paper is 2 hrs, we need to write 3 essay,
1. First Essay (1000 words Approx.) 50 Marks
2. Second Essay (250 words Approx.) 25 Marks
3. Third Essay (250 words Approx.) 25 Marks
Total 100 Marks
One common doubt that students have is with regard to the style of answering questions, whether to adopt the paragraph or the point style of answering questions. Though there is no set rule, it is wise to adopt a style depending on the question asked. If the question says to discuss, analyse or critically examine, it would be better to answer the question the paragraph format. On the other hand, if the question asks you to list the advantages or give reasons for/ against etc., it is better to go in for the point format of answering.
The interview is the final part of the MPPSC Examination process. This interview have many important aspects like, It is a personality test : the objective is to assess the personal suitability of the candidate for public services. They are not testing your knowledge it is already checked in Pre and Mains exam, it’s all about your skills presence of mind.
The target of the interview board is to assess your overall personality. Therefore you should present your natural self – what you are?
1.1 Constitution drafting committee, The Constitution of India, The Preamble,
Basic Structure, Fundamental Rights and Duties and Directive principles
of state policy, Schedules of the Constitution, Constitutional amendments.
Comparison of the Indian Constitution with that of other countries.
1.2 Centre and State Legislature.
1.3 Centre and State Executive.
1.4 Judiciary 7 Supreme Court, High Court, District and Subordinate Courts,
Contempt of Court.
1.5 Nature of the Indian Union, CentreiState Relations, Division of Power
(Centre List, State List and Concurrent List). Distribution of resources.
1.6 Decentralization and peoples participation in Democratic Governance.
Local Self Government, 73rd and 74th amendment of Constitution. The
Panchayats, The Municipalities. (Rural and Urban Local Governance)
1.7 Lokpal, Lokayukt and Lok Nyayalaya iJudiciary as a Watchidog protecting
the Constitutional Order, Judicial Activism, Public Interest Litigation.
1.8 Accountability and Rights :
Competition Commission, Consumer Courts, Information Commissior Women Commission, Human Rights Commissions, SC/ ST/OBC Commissions, other redressed agencies / authorities. Transparency and Accountability, Right to Information, Right to Services, Utilimtion of public funds.
1.9 Democracy at Work,
Political Parties, Political Representation, Citizens Participation in Decision Making.
Election Commission, Electoral reforms. 1.11 Emergence of Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Non Government Organizations (NGOs);
Self Help Groups.
1.12 Issues and role of media (Electronic, Print and Social)
3.1 Indian society, Social Legislation as an instrument of Social Change.
3.2 The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993
3.3 Protection to Women Women 85 Criminal Law [Under Indian Constitution
Law 85 criminal Procedure code]
3.4 Protection of Women From Domestic Violence Act72005
3.5 The Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955,
3.6 The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989,
3.7 Right to Information Act, 2005,
3.8 Environment (Protection) Act, 1986,
3.9 The Consumer Protection Act, 1986,
3.10 Information Technology Act, 2000,
3.11 The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988
3.12 The Madhya Pradesh Lok Sewaon ke Pradan ki Guarantee Adhiniyam- 20 10
4.1 Health services, Preventive and curative health programmes in India / M. P. With an emphasis on children and Women’s health.
Issues related to availability of curative health to all. Availability of doctor 85 Paramedical smff. Health services in rural area.
4.2 Malnutrition, its causes and effects and Govt. programmes supplementary Nutrition
4.3 The technological interventions in the ﬁeld of Imi'nunology, Immunization, Family health,
Biotechnolog, Communicable and non7com.municable diseases and remedies.
4.4 Vital statistics
4.5 W.H.O.7Objectives, Structures, functions and its programmes.
Availability of skilled manpower, employability and productivity of human resource of India, trends of employment, role of institutions like NCHER, NCERT, NIEPA, UGC, Open Universities, AICTE, NCTE, NCVT, ICAR, IITS, NITs. NLUs, IIMs, Polytechnic and ITIs etc. and human resource development.
Welfare programmes and Issues related to eAged people, Differently able people, Children, Women, Labour, Socially deprived Classes and Displaced groups of developmental projects.
Public Services, All India Services, Central Services, State Services, Constitutional Positions; Role and function, nature of function, Union Public Service Commission, M.P. State Public Service Commission. Training and Training Institutions of State and Centre in context of changing governance pattern.
Control over public Expenditure, Parliamean control, Estimate Committee, Public Accounts Committee etc. Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Role of Finance Ministry in Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Composition and function ofAccountant General of M. P.
10.1 UN and its associate organimtions.
10.2 IMF, The World Bank and Asian Development Bank
10.3 SAARC, BRICS, other Bilateral and Regional groupings
10.4 WTO and its impact on India.
1.1 Matter in our surroundings, Elements, Compounds, Mixtures, Metals and Nonemetals, Carbon and its compounds, Molecules, Atoms, Structure of atom. Chemical reactions, Acids, Bases and Salts.
2.1 Basic numeracy and Statistics (numbers and their relations), Probability.
2.2 Data handling and Interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc.).
2.3 Ratio and Proportion, Unitary method, Profit and Loss, Percentage, Discount, Simple and Compound Interest.
2.4 Mensuration : Area, Perimeter Volume.
2.5 Logical reasoning, Analytical ability and Problem solving.
3.1 Applications of Science and Technolog] in Social and Economic development, Indigenous technolog, Transfer of technology and developing new Technologies.
3.2 Patents and Intellectual Property Rights. (TRIPS 85 TRIMS).
3.3 Contribution of Indians in the ﬁeld of Science and Technolog.
4.1 Emerging technologies like Information and Communication Technology, Remote sensing, Space, GIS, GPS, Bioitechnology 8a Nanoitechnology: their application in the field of Agriculture and Allied sectors, Health, E- Governance, Transport, Spatial Planning, Housing, Sports etc.
5.1 Conventional and NoniConventional sources of energy.
5.2 Energy Management: Issues and challenges.
5.3 Current status of alternative sources of energy and their future prospects.
6.1 Environmental degradation: its causes, effects and remedies.
6.2 Environment protection laws, Policies and regulatory framework.
6.3 The Environment 7 development debate.
6.4 Solid, Efﬂuent, Sewer, Medical, Hazardous and Eiwaste management.
6.5 Climate change: Causes and Remedial measures.
6.6 Ecological Prints and Coping strategies.
7.1 Development Experience of India.
7.2 Causes of low Industrialization in MP.
7.3 Economic reforms since 199 1: Industrial and Financial sector reforms, stock market and Banking systems.
7.4 Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization.
7.5 Current trends and challenges in the Indian Economy.
7.6 Development planning in India.
7.7 National Income and Accounting System.
7.8 Infrastructural development and issues.
7.9 Poverty, Unemployment, Regional Imbalances and Migration.
7.10 Urban issues, Urban development (social and economic infrastructure) and Housing for Low Income Groups.
7.11 Rural issues, Rural development (Social and economic infrastructure) and Rural Credit.
7.12 Indicator of development, Human development 85 Economic development.
7.13 Coioperative movement in India and M.P.
7.14 Importance of agriculture in M.P. and Indian economy.
7.15 Factors of economic development.
7.16 Issues of Direct and Indirect Subsidy for farm sector and other social sectors.
7.17 Public Distribution System : Objective, Functioning, Limitation, Issues of Buffer Stock and Food Security.
|01||First Essay (1000 words Approx.)||50 Marks|
|02||Second Essay (250 words Approx.)||25 Marks|
|03||Third Essay (250 words Approx.)||25 Marks|