MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18 – Apply Online 2968 Vacancies
MPPSC Recruitment 2017 – Apply for 2968 Posts: The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission has recently released a notification to fill up a job vacancy available for various posts. The vacancy is for Assistant Professors in MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18. Therefore, all the interested and eligible aspirants can apply online on or before the last date. Moreover, this page also provides you with the details pertaining to the educational qualification, age limit, selection process and others. Read the following sections, to get the best and more details about MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18. Also, you can visit @ mppsc.com to know detailed information.
MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18 Notification
|Name of the Organization||Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission|
|Post Name||Assistant Professors|
|Starting date to apply||25th December 2017|
|Last date to apply||24th January 2018|
|Job Category||MP Govt Jobs|
|Job Location||Madhya Pradesh|
|Official Website||www.mppsc.com/ mponline.gov.in|
Vacancy Details for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
|Name of Post||No of Vacancy|
Eligibility Criteria for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
Aspirants who wish to apply for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18 Notification must fulfill the below-provided eligibility conditions. Also, candidates can search the details below to get detailed information about educational qualification, age limit, application fee, selection process, pay scale and how to apply process.
Educational Qualification for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
- The candidate should own Post Graduate Degree from a recognized University with 55% marks and passed National Eligibility Test or Equivalent from SET/SLET.
Refer the official notification for further details.
Age Limit for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
All the Applicants should have following age limit.
Non-MP Domicile Candidates
- Minimum age limit: 21 years
- Maximum age limit: 28 years
MP Domicile Candidates
- Minimum age limit: 21 years
- Maximum age limit: 40 years
Refer the official notification for further age relaxation details.
Selection Process for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
Candidates are selected based on their performance in the following tests.
- Preliminary Exam
- Main Exam
Application Fees for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
Application fees may be applicable to the above posts.
- SC/ ST/ OBC category candidates: Rs 500/-
- Other candidates: Rs 1000/-
Pay Scale for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
Selected aspirants will get the best salary as per the rules and regulations of Government.
- Rs. 15600-39100/- and grade pay of Rs. 6000/-
How to apply for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18
- At first, visit the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission website. i.e. www.mppsc.com/ mponline.gov.in
- Then, click on the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission notification.
- Now, you can download and read the notification carefully.
- Then, you need to find the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission Application Form at the end of the page.
- Now, you should download and take a print out of it.
- Fill all the details like your name, DOB, educational details etc..
- Now, paste a passport size photo and enclose important documents if it is asked.
- Finally, post the application form to the address given below on or before the last date. 24th January 2018
Important Links for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18:
Official Advertisement Click Here Apply Online Link Click Here
Important Dates for MPPSC Recruitment 2017-18:
Starting Date of application 25th December 2017 Last Date to apply 24th January 2018
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About Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission
Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission was established in 1956 on 1st November under the section of 118(3) of the State Reorganization Act. MPPSC is an autonomous body, which basically recruits the candidates to several posts of civil services within Madhya Pradesh by holding various competitive examinations. Moreover, to select the candidates for the post of civil services, the commission has framed certain rules & regulations as well as initiated several disciplinary actions when required. To undertake the tasks by MPPSC, commission comprises a chairman and 4 other members to take care off.
MPPSC (Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission) helps the state government in consulting and providing recruitments, transfers and promotions of the government officials. The autonomous body conducts interviews, written examinations and direct selection to fill in various posts in the Madhya Pradesh Government institutions. This commission is consulted by the government related to deputation and promotion of a state official. MPPSC also provides information related to the accessible vacancies within the state as well as other information like examination syllabus, examination schedule, application format and edibility criteria.
The constitutional provision studies have preserved in the Article 320 of the Indian constitution, envisages the essential of well-organized civil services systems in a democratic organization. The establishment of MPPSC was conceived in order to eliminate: Birth, like decent or any other aspect related to this for the selection process, Canvassing in some other forms regarding a candidate. Nepotism, fancies, whims, personal dislikes or likes, and favoritism.
The basic objective of the commission was to save the best and most deserving candidates for the Government jobs within the Madhya Pradesh by means of objective recruitment methods.
More about MPPSC
Consequent on the reorganization of States on 1st November 1956, eight districts of Madhya Pradesh have been transferred to the Bombay State and the remaining fourteen districts of the Madhya Pradesh along with Madhya Bharat, Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh merged to form the new Madhya Pradesh. As there was no Public Service Commission for the States of Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh, these being Part “C” States, and the recruitment for these States was being done the Union Public Service Commission, the records of cases dealt with by the Union Public Service Commission for these two States were not available to the new Commission.
The Annual Reports of the former Madhya Bharat Commission for the years 1954-55 and 1955-56 duly presented to the Rajpramukh by that Commission but they were not published and put up before the legislature as required under the Constitution.