Study Plan – MPSC Prelims Exam 09th May 2010

New syllabus for Rajyaseva Prelims has been introduced from 2013. Here it is : New Syllabus

[For MPSC Rajyaseva Prelims 2011 – Study Plan- ClickHERE]

This following plan was for Prelims 2010 so do not get confused. Click on the above link for Prelims 2011 exam Plan.

This study plan is for candidates who have not yet started their preparation.

Actual Time Available For Preparation:  61 Days (1st March 2010 to 30th Apr 2010) + 7 Days (1st May 2010 to 7th May 2010)

After a careful research of the previous years question papers, I have listed the following subjects/topics that were given importance in the question papers. The number of days allotted are according to the trend of the subject/topic in the question papers.

Total Subjects/Topics to be Prepared: – 10

  1. Vidhnyan and Abhiyantriki (Science and Technology)
  2. Vaanijya and Arthvyavastha (Commerce and Economics)
  3. Bhugol (Geography)
  4. Krushi (Agriculture)
  5. Bhartiya Rajyapaddhati (Indian Polity)
  6. Jagtik Ghadamodi (Current Affairs – National and International)
  7. Buddhimapan (Mental Ability)
  8. Itihaas (History)
  9. Samaj Sudharak (Social Reformers)
  10. Gram Prashasan (Village Administration – Local Administration)

Since there is a lot to study in these 2 months time period, you must read carefully every subject/topic, within this limited period. You cannot afford to take everything at once and start reading. Neither can you study multiple subject everyday else you will mix up everything. The best strategy is to take up one subject and study carefully, finish it and then take another subject. This way you will spend a number of days on one subject and cover every topic/sub-topic of that subject.

Following is a trend of asking questions on specific subject/topics. The following table shows the numbers of questions were asked in 2008 and 2009 MPSC State Services Prelims Examination.

SUBJECT/TOPIC 2009 2008
Kala Ghatak (Art Subjects) 49 Distribution of Marks 48 Distribution of Marks
Itihaas (Modern History) 05 07
Bhugol (Geography) 16 – India07- Maharashtra 11 – India6 – Maharashtra
Samaj Sudharak 7 8
Bhartiya Rajyapaddhati (Indian Polity) 11 11
Gram Prashasan (Local Administration) 3 5
Vidhnyan & Abhiyantriki (S & T) 30 26
Vaanijya & Arthvyavastha (Comm & Econ) 30 34
KrushiGhatak (Agriculture) 24 30
JagtikGhadamodi (Current Affairs) 17 12
Buddhimapan(Mental Ability) 50 50
TOTAL QUESTIONS 200 200

According to the above question trend, I have allotted number of days to each subject according to its importance in the examination. You should plan your study accordingly.

SUBJECT/TOPICS DAYS TO BE ALLOTTED FOR PREPARATION

  1. Vidhnyan and Abhiyantriki (Science and Technology)  : 10 Days
  2. Vaanijya and Arthvyavastha (Com &  Eco) :10 Days
  3. Bhugol (Geography)    :   7 Days
  4. Krushi (Agriculture)    :   7 Days
  5. Bhartiya Rajyapaddhati (Indian Polity)  :  5 Days
  6. Jagtik Ghadamodi (Current Affairs – Natl & Intl) :5 Days
  7. Buddhimapan (Mental Ability)   :   5 Days
  8. Itihaas (Modern History)              :   4 Days
  9. Samaj Sudharak (Social Reformers)   :   3 Days
  10. Gram Prashasan (Village Administration) : 5 Days

——————

Total number of days allotted for preparation: 61 Days

ALLOTMENT OF NUMBER OF DAYS FOR PREPARATION

Feb 25 to 28 should be utilized for collection of study material and understanding the question papers.

Mar – 31 days + April – 30 days should be divided as per my personal plan which is appended here for your ready reference. You may change it according to your preference and interest in subjects/topics.

From        –   To Days Subject / Topic
1st Mar     –     10th March 10 Vaanijya and Arthvyavastha (Commerce and Economics)
11th Mar   –     20th March 10 Vidhnyan and Abhiyantriki (Science and Technology)
21st Mar   –     27th March 7 Krushi (Agriculture)
28th Mar   –     3rd April 7 Bhugol (Geography)
4th April    –     8th April 5 Bhartiya Rajyapaddhati (Indian Polity)
9th April    –     13th April 5 Gram Prashasan (Village Administration – Local Administration)
14th April  –    17th April 4 Itihaas (Modern History)
18th April  –    20th April 3 Samaj Sudharak (Social Reformers)
21st April  –    25th April 5 Buddhimapan (Mental Ability)
26th April  –    30 April 5 Jagtik Ghadamodi (Current Affairs – National and International)
Total Days Allotted 61

During the above period while preparing, you must read carefully and make small notes on full-scale papers. Write in very small letters so that maximum notes can be written. You will need these notes for quick revision in May 2010. Do not write everything. You should read and understand everything and make very small (point-to-point notes) in 1 or 2 lines. Contact me for my own notes to see (scanned copies to show you how to make notes).

Final REVISION

1st May – 7th May should be for revising your subjects’ notes. You must utilize whole day for study since all main points needs to be read for a given subject/topic during the whole day.

Date Hours Subject / Topic
1st May 2010 16 Kala Ghatak (
2nd May 2010 16 Vidhnyan & Abhiyantriki Ghatak
3rd May 2010 16 Vaanijya & Arthvyavastha Ghatak
4th May 2010 16 Krushi Vishayak Ghatak
5th May 2010 16 Chaalu Ghadamodi/ Buddhimapan
6th May 2010 16 Solve Test Papers
7th May 2010 16 Solve Test Papers
8th May 2010 24 Total Rest is needed to calm your mind so that you can recollect at the time of your exam next day. Remember, DO NOT read anything on this day.
9th May 2010 Exam Day

Here are MPSC Prelims question papers for 2008 and 2009. Open these links in your browser and then save to your computer by clicking on the save button on the extreme top-left corner.
http://www.allexampapers.com/redirect/strred.asp?docId=314
http://www.allexampapers.com/redirect/strred.asp?docId=313

Here are links to download all study material for latest and upto date Current Affairs, etc:

http://www.jeywin.com/

http://www.jeywin.com/study-material/

(Download, from the above and other different URLs, all documents related to Books and Authors, Current Affairs – International, Economic Survey of India 2008 – 2009, Prominent Personalities, Latest Who’s Who, Sports News Update, Science and Technology, Current General Awareness, Current Affairs National, Awards and Prizes)

The material (above as well as below mentioned) is very useful for MPSC as well as UPSC.

Here is India Year Book:

http://www.publicationsdivision.nic.in/others/India_2010.pdf (English version)

http://www.publicationsdivision.nic.in/others/Bharat_2010.pdf (Hindi Version)

You must read important portions from one of the year book above. In market it costs about Rs. 350 to 450/- so why not save this much money by downloading it from the government’s site mentioned above. Its FREE download for everyone

NCERT Study Material

http://www.jeywin.com/ncert-materials/

NCERT Materials (Courtesy ncert.nic.in) is needed to understand basics of the subjects for your Mains examination.

India – Central Acts and Rules

http://www.jeywin.com/acts-rules/

Latest Judgments

http://www.jeywin.com/latest-judgement/

Other useful information:

Government of India: Union Budget and Economic Survey

http://www.indiabudget.nic.in/

Yojana News: http://www.yojana.gov.in/

UPSC: http://www.upsc.gov.in/

MPSC Website : http://www.mpsc.gov.in/

Download The Study Plan: Study-Plan-MPSC-Prelims-2010

292 Responses to Study Plan – MPSC Prelims Exam 09th May 2010

  1. shubham kulkarni says:

    sir now i had give hsc exams.i am student of commerce and i am do the study of mpsc prelium exams.what can i do sir?please help.

  2. omi says:

    for police sub inspector post, is it true that if some candidate has undergone some surgery or say hand fracture he is not going to be considered. or is it like only the preliminary physical test are required.

  3. Avinash W says:

    Sir mi tumcha block wachla…..khup chan watla..tumi amha mulana khup motivate kartat weloweli tya badal thanks alot….an sir mi engg chya sec year la ahe ani mala rajyaseva dyaichi ahe tar mi graduation chya next two years made Kay kel pahije jenekarun mala graduation nantar lagech pre Den sop hoil and kiti tas deu……
    Ani sir mala tumi lihilel success mantra book lagech ghyach ahe tar tya sathi Kay karaw lagel…

  4. sudhir says:

    sir , can i give upsc mains in marathi?

  5. nikta ghadge says:

    sir,
    2012 rajyaseva pre che sub konate aahet?

  6. yash chandak says:

    sir i want past year papers of mpsc examination

  7. ashwini says:

    sir i am learnning B.com first year so tale me about mpsc exam how can prepare in this exam

  8. Biradar Banasidda M says:

    Respected sir, i am Biradar.B.M from jath ,sir i was completed msc(Agri) so my next future plan wiil be do the carrier im MPSC .If i will do very sincerly & harad work with eefectiv e time use . Its possible to get any one of the post in mpsc within two year.

  9. kabir says:

    and sir is it compulsion to take Marathi language paper in mpsc or just english and hindi will do.

  10. kabir says:

    Hello sir, well im in 2nd year B.A and want to persue police services so have planed to give mpsc but till now im unable to understand how to choose the subjects. I’m planning to do honors in history in my 3rd year. so if u can help me out or guide me how to choose and what to choose. sir i have done my 12th with science from MH-BOARD, but later decided to take B.A though i scored 69% in it. So sir do help me.

  11. Shaikh dastagir nazir says:

    sir , i like to thank you about giving us guidance for exams without any cost. Your information is very useful for new candidates who dont know how will start study.

  12. rajesh koli says:

    sir can i have the detailed syllabus for MPSC rajyaseva. for eg wts in cluded in science and tech and so on…

  13. ravi abhang says:

    sir,me bcs kele aahe.mala mpsc exam tayari karayachi aahe tari mala books baddal mahiti sanga.

  14. dipika says:

    i want to start mpsc preparation what can i do first ?

  15. sachin says:

    hello sir,
    I have completed BE(E&TC) in 2011. i want to appear to MPSC 2012. so can u tell me that which optional subject should i choose for mains exam?
    which will be suitable language for MPSC since I am from Marathi medium background?
    which books should I refer subjectwise for prelium & Mains?
    Plz Reply me.

  16. Prashant Postandel says:

    My name is Prashant and I dont have any idea. What is a procedure, what is effect, how many exams. Means I m totaly blank but I want to do career in this way. Please guide me with explanation… Reqest

  17. nitika says:

    Resp sir, i want to be collector or dypt collector . for that i am preparing for upsc and mpsc rajyaseva. i have a confusion that on which exam should i concentrat? will upsc study help to clear mpsc rajyaseva exam? for what i should prepare first?

  18. Pankaj Rajodia says:

    Dear Sir ,

    Sir I am Pankaj G. Rajodia have started preparing for MPSC prelims 2012 , but as I red in your blog we need to first prepare for mains & then for prelims , but I don’t have an Idea In which month exam will be held ( for 2012 ) & I am not able to join any classes because currently I am working & financially we are not very strong please suggest me for the same .

    I Request you to guide me for the same .

    With Regards
    Pankaj Rajodia

  19. Sachin Hajare says:

    Sir, I am from Ambajogai city.I have Applied for sti exam can you help me for online qestion papers.

  20. Yogesh Sapate says:

    sir,
    Am preparing for civil services since last year. I do ware number eyeglasses of – 4.5 . I have very healthy body.
    I wanted to know dose my eyeglasses will create problem in physical fitness test for Dy SP/IPS ??

  21. Shweta says:

    sir, I’m studing IN last year with IT branch.Sir I hv lot of Confidance to do MPSC but I don’t know anything About it.Sir Plz Guide me For my future.I’ll asure u I’ll definatly the 1st Ranker of this exam.

  22. Ajinkya Solpure. says:

    Resp.Sir,
    What phy.fitness required for Ias,Ips,Psi,Dysp & Sp posts ? Is they require phy.fitness for any post other than police department. Plz suggest.
    Thank you.

  23. Patel says:

    Dear sir, 1) is there any reservation for the ex-defence officer in mpsc? And if yes, then at what level, pre or mains 2) please recommend study material in english 3) what are the probable dates for mpsc prelims. Regards.

  24. shrikant says:

    sir, i hv done with mech engg, n wan to know aboutreservation for nt1 category in mpsc exam

  25. Jagdeep says:

    Respective sir
    I am learning in S Y B com.I want to give MPSC exam .I request you to please send me information on how to prepare this exam.

  26. Dear Sir,
    I am amit from pune, sir my question is if a person gets a post of acp or a deputy collector what is the career path after that, is he eligigible of gettting an IPS or IAS post after some years of experiance, sir what is career path please give me details if one get the above posts.Sir i am waiting for your reply.
    Cheers,
    Amit

    • anilmd says:

      @Amit, here is the information:
      The Indian Administrative Service (IAS): The IAS officers handle the affairs of the government. At the Central level, their job involves the framing and implementation of policies. At the district level, they manage the affairs of the district, including development related activities. At the divisional level, they look after law and order, general administration and development work.

      Progression of IAS officers in State and Center Government and their time scales are as follows –
      Junior Time Scale is the entry-level.
      Senior Time Scale (four years of service) that is equivalent to an Under Secretary.
      Junior Administrative Grade (nine years of service) or the Deputy Secretaries
      Selection Grade (13 years of service) or the Directors
      Joint Secretary (GOI)
      Additional Secretary (GOI)
      Secretary (GOI) is the highest rank
      Cabinet Secretary is the controller

      The State Governments however possess a kind of influence to post these officers. Normally when an IAS officer joins the State, he is placed as a Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM). Preferably the official is to be given the charge of a District after completing 9 years of service and entering the Junior Administrative Grade but in certain States, even younger IAS officers are given the responsibility of Districts (Known as District Magistrates (DM), Deputy Commissioners (DCs) or Collectors).

      The Indian Police Service (IPS): The IPS officer’s job mainly involves maintaining law and order. (At the district level, they share this responsibility with the IAS officers.) The IPS officer is responsible for ensuring public safety and security; crime detection and prevention; and traffic control and accident prevention and management. There are several functional departments that help IPS officers to carry out their duties. They are:

      Crime Branch
      Criminal Investigation Department (CID)
      Home Guards
      Traffic Bureau

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  27. sagar balkrushna bosrse. says:

    Hello sir,

    i have a rpoblem sir how to be hours to Stusy for the Mps’s

    Study.and how to days per subject.

  28. sagar balkrushna bosrse. says:

    sir i need to your guidens.

  29. Rakesh says:

    Sir,
    i am studing in TEIT.sir tell me which sub most prepable as main subject. And tell me which post i select & give the name of books

  30. laxmikant says:

    sir, what is the max. age of eligibility for open category candidates for rajya seva exam ? & what are the min. marks to qualify marati paper?

    pls reply….

  31. Sangeeta says:

    Hi, I am preparing for MPSC. I had a query pertaining to reservation for OBC’s. I belonged to OBC prior to my marriage. But I have married to a non-obc person. So am I still eligible for the reservation??

  32. sudeep says:

    Hello sir i am student of computer science.now i study in second year of graduation. can i apply for mpsc exam before gratuation?

  33. ADITYA says:

    sir,
    i’m student of engineering 1st year, mechanical branch.i want to give prepare for mpsc,civil services.i want to ask u that can i prepare from this time?.please give your valuable advice according to my subjects..

  34. PALLAVI says:

    PLEASE SEND ME BASICK INFORMATION ABOUT MPSC Prelims Exam
    HOW SUBJECTS ARE REQURED & WHOM THEY ARE

  35. rahul rao says:

    sir
    i know in this year i cant clear this exam but next year i want to clear this exam so please Gide me how i can joint your class for next year.

    reg rahulrao

  36. anilmd says:

    @Laxmikant, I had replied to your query and also to your email but you failed to check it. Yes, it is compulsory to read and write Marathi. You can join Marathi classes and learn Marathi before you apply for State Services exam.

  37. shaikh faruk says:

    hi its faruk here plz suggest me which notes are better for preperation of mpsc priliminory

  38. prashant kale says:

    Respected Anil Dabhade,
    I request you to please send me information on how to prepare note.i am aspirant for mpsc prelium 2011.I am refering study circles general intelligience.I am waiting for
    your reply.please reply to me as soon as possible

  39. sir i have completed diploma in automobile.sir plz send me the detils of mpsc can i also apply for the mpsc give me the guidlines what should i do for mpsc or upsc

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