What is the syllabus of Mppsc mains?
Main Topics General Studies-II (Constitution, Security Issues, Social Legislation, Social Sector etc.) General Studies-III (Science and Technology, Reasoning and Data Interpretation, Technology, etc.) General Studies-IV (Human needs and Motivation, Philosophers, Attitude, etc.)
How many pages in Mppsc mains copy?
One Sheet Is Counted As Two Pages Taken Front And Back. Attractive Cover Design. Good paper quality. Pages: 200.
How do I write an answer in Mppsc mains?
How to write a good MPPSC Mains answer?
- The answer’s context must be clear and reasonable.
- Stick to the point, be innovative with your ideas, don’t stray from the question, keep your writing style natural, and use basic, straightforward, and easy language.
Which books are best for Mppsc mains?
Here are books that can be referred to when preparing for MPPSC Mains Exam.
- NCERT Class X-XII Social Studies, Economics, and some Culture topics.
- Indian Polity by M.Laxmikanth.
- India Year Book (GOI publication)
- Newspaper/Judicious internet usage.
Is MPPSC easy?
Indeed, MPPSC is tough as far as its syllabus is considered. The diversity of subjects demands more determination and long study hours. Since the role of an MPPSC is not just limited to a particular field, the subjects to be covered for this examination contains varied streams.
Is there negative marking in Mppsc mains?
No negative marking for wrong answers. Question Paper will be accessible in both English and Hindi Languages. Applicants must score at least 40% marks in each area to qualify.
Is Lucent enough for MPPSC?
Q:is this book good for MPPSC? A:yes, very good for mppsc.
Can I clear MPPSC in 3 months?
If you have to finish your syllabus in 3 months, you will have to dedicate at least 12 to 15 hours every day to your studies and cut down on all the distractions in your life.
Is MPPSC paper 2 qualifying?
It is not counted to determine the order of merit. The Qualifying marksfor Paper II: Aptitude is 33%. But the candidates will be promoted to the Mains only based on the Qualifying marks in Paper I: General Studies.