As you all know that MPSC Rajyaseva Exam is among the toughest exams in India. To succeed in this exam, all you need is sustained efforts with intelligent preparation. This exam is impossible to crack without these two things.
Please answer my basic question, before we go any further. Why do you want to succeed in this exam?
Some of you may say “I want to join government service as there is no guarantee of jobs in private sector”. Some may say that “I want to serve the nation and the society”. That’s true. Some may say, “I can utilize my skills and education for betterment of the society, etc.” This is also true. All of your high moral aims are excellent and you should have them for the sake of country’s progress and betterment of the society.
And how can you achieve them? Yes, of course by clearing MPSC/UPSC exams. But, is it so simple to succeed in these exams? Is it a one month’s honeymoon? Is it so simple that one can sit for hours together for few weeks? For some, the answer for the latter question could be either Yes or No. But, tell me honestly, is it so simple? Your answer could and should be “NO”. Good, excellent dear. You are now on the success path.
I am very very busy with the writing of 3rd edition of MPSC Success Mantra – The Complete Manual but thought why not to take a small break and give you a quick small basic plan of 1 year preparation for the MPSC/UPSC 2012 and 2013 exams.
So boys and girls, here it is:
As of now, i.e. Dec 2011, you have 14 months in hand till you will be appearing in Prelims exam in Feb 2013.
As of now, you may have collected your basic books for Mains. If not, then do it NOW.
To appear in Prelims 2013, you have to prepare for Mains exam first and then Prelims and then again for Mains. How? Here is the explanation.
First, compare the syllabus for Prelims and Mains and underline what is for Mains and what is for Prelims.
2011: Dec = 1 month
2012: Jan to Dec = 12 months
2013: Jan = 1 month
From Dec 2011 to Sep 2012: Study Rigorously and prepare notes
Dec 2011 : MPSC- English & Marathi subjects (UPSC: English & Marathi & Essay)
Jan 2012 : General Studies Paper I
Feb 2012: General Studies Paper II
March 2012: Revise notes (GS I and II)
April 2012 : General Studies Paper III
May 2012 : General Studies Paper IV
Jun 2012: Revise notes (GS III and IV)
Jul 2012: Revise English & Marathi subjects
Aug 2012: Revise notes (GS I and II)
Sep 2012: Revise notes (GS III and IV)
From Oct to Dec 2012: 3 months – Study for Prelims
During these 4 months, read and study only for the topics that are covered in Prelims. In Mains, there are much more topics than Prelims; so compare the topics for both exams and do the preparation for Prelims by reading the notes you have already prepared during your preparation for Main exam (during last 10 months).
Jan 2013: Revision for Prelims.
This is ONLY a basic plan. I cannot spend much time on this here because of my busy schedule. The manual is nearing its completion.
There will be detailed Yearly/Half-Yearly/Quarterly/Monthly/Weekly/Daily study plans in the MPSC Success Mantra – The Complete Manual.
If you have not yet booked your copy of the manual, please do it urgently because I will be sending it personally to those who book it by paying the amount in advance and I am printing it only for these people. No body will get it anywhere in market. The manual will be sent by postal mail.
So this is your last chance to book the manual in advance to get your own copy else you will not get it as only limited copies are being printed.
To book it click HERE
If you have any doubts about the booking, you may call me any time at this number 8698277829 or 9987401168 between 9 AM to 2 AM (2 past Midnight). You may SMS if the number is busy, I will reply you back.
Good Luck friends.
hie sir my name is prashant and i have completed my bsc in 2015 but i m very much confuse and tens becz after graduation i want to clear mpsc but in that i dnt knw what to do can u.plz help me out
@Prashant, why are you so confused? Explore and read this blog as every bit of information is available here regarding MPSC exam.
hello sir me hya year madhe 12th pass out zaloy…So is it right start my preparation for this exam..and how much I should concentrate on this exam looking after my daily studies
@युवराज, ही लिंक वाचावी: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/other/12th-std-pass-students-should-prepare-this-way/
I am OBC female with creamy layer. Can I get the age relaxation benefit?
@priyanka, No, you can’t get.
Pgp joined krnyasathi test gheta ka??
@Vicky, No entrance test. All details are available under “Courses” menu.
hello sir, open sathi kitvya varshya paryant exam devu shakto.
I am in tybms. so guide me . I want to know abt mpsc .
@Chandan, my dear friend, you should explore this blog to know what I have written over last SIX years about MPSC exams.
Sir, how much time we can give mpsc???
@Reshma, no limit on attempts. You can go for it till the max age limit.
sir…. Mi BAMS chi student aahe & mala BAMS com karayala aajun 2 year lagnar aahet & mala mpsc chi tayari karayachi aahe tari aapn mala he sanga ki BAMS nantar kontya mpsc cha exam mala deta yetil & mala kasa study plan karava lagel 7 TYASATI KAY SYLLABUS aasel……………
@@Shital, Rajyaseva. Please refer “MPSC Rajyaseva” menu on this blog for syllabus. For planning, read this: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/other/12th-std-pass-students-should-prepare-this-way/
Respected sir this is my last year in T.Y.B.COM and I want to join MPSC. But I have no idea from where to start and what to study
@Sagar, you should refer the MPSC syllabus and then start. Read all the 10 success mantras available down below.
I m last year.can i appear for rajyasewa exam
@Nilesh, yes, you can.
Sir, me jain cast made ahe mi kiti vela upsc che exam dewo shakto
@अक्षय, जैन (ओ.बी.सी.) साठी वयाच्या ३५ वर्षांपर्यंत ९ वेळा युपीएससी देता येईल.
PGP joint karaycha asel tar tyachi kay fees ahe…??
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> AnilMD commented: “@अक्षय, जैन (ओ.बी.सी.) साठी वयाच्या ३५ वर्षांपर्यंत
> ९ वेळा युपीएससी देता येईल.”
@Pranali, all details are available under “Courses” menu.
My self Dinesh. Sir i am currently working in one of leading Software MNC copmpany as Software Engineer.
But i want to join for civil services. I have decided to attempt mpsc 2015. Can u please suugest me the study plan for the same which can i follow with my job also.
@Dinesh, yes, of course. You should refer the syllabus, get maximum books (70-75), subscribe to 5 monthly magazines & 2-3 newspapers. Start with Mains’ preparation first and then Prelims. Prepare your own Notes. Complete entire syllabus well before 3-4 months of Prelims. If you need personal assistance in your preparation, consider joining our PGP: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/courses/nextgenpgp-2015/24-months-mpsc-rajyaseva-2015/
sir am studying in T.Y.B.Pharm…
I want to study for MPSC 2015…
So Still I have atleast 15 months for preparation…
but sir problem is that I can only give4 hrs/day…
so pls suggest me better time management to give my best…
@Akhil, yes, you can prepare by devoting 4-5 hrs everyday for 1 year. Consider joining our NextGenPGP that can provide you study plans, study material, online tests, weekly tests through emails, etc. More details here: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/courses/nextgenpgp-2015/24-months-mpsc-rajyaseva-2015/
i need to know which books are useful for MPSC exams .. plz send me list
@Raju, it is available in eProspectus: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/other/eprospectus/
Sir delhi la Upsc cha konta class changla ahe jacha results changle ahet….ani marathi madun classes ahet ka.
@अक्षय, नाही, दिल्लीत फक्त इंग्रजी व हिंदीतून मार्गदर्शन मिळते. आमच्या नेक्स्ट-जेन-पिजीपी द्वारे मराठीतून तयारी करवून घेतली जाते. त्यासाठी ही लिंक बघावी: https://anilmd.wordpress.com/courses/
i need to know which books are useful for MPSC exams .. plz send me list
@Rahul, it is available in eProspectus.
Sir, Upsc sati konta Magazines ani newspapers madil lekh wachvet..
@Akshay, read Kurukshetra, Yojna, Science Reporter, Outlook, India Today, Frontline, etc.