MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy- Vacancy, Application, Recruitment, Eligibility

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 for MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy for various posts is an exam out of the many recruitment examinations for Group A, B, and C vacancies in Maharashtra. MPSC State Services examinations are conducted annually by Maharashtra Public Service Commission. The commission is set up by the Constitution of India and elects candidates for governmental duties. 

MPSC Rajyaseva Exam 2021 is conducted by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission and 290 vacancies are available in various departments of the state. MPSC released the official notification of the examination on October 5, 2021. The online application process for MPSC is scheduled to be active from October 5 to October 25, 2021. This year, the deadline to submit the application form has been extended to 31st October 2021.  Candidates appearing in the exam to recruit candidates for MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy to various posts to need to study for the preliminary exam, main exam, and an interview.  

MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy

The distribution of vacancies by MPSC are as under – 

PostVacancy Earlier
Deputy Collector12
Deputy Superintendent of Police16 
Assistant State Tax Commissioner16
Group Development Officer & Similar Group A posts15
Assistant Director, Maharashtra Finance & Accounts Services15
Deputy Director of Industry (Technical)4
Assistant Commissioner of Labor22
Deputy Education Officer25
Class Officer Group B39
Assistant Regional Transport Officer4
Assistant Group Development Officer17
Assistant Registrar of Co-operative Societies18
Deputy Superintendent, Land Records15
Deputy Superintendent, State Excise1
Assistant Commissioner, State Excise1
Skill Development, Employment & Entrepreneurship Guidance Officer16
Government Labor Officer54
Total290 (Increased to 390)

MPSC Rajyaseva Online Application    

The process of filling up the application for the MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy for various posts will be held through an online platform. Candidates aspiring to apply for the examination have to visit the MPSC Portal. The completion of the application process will take place on October 31, 2021. 

Process Of Applying Online For MPSC Rajyaseva Recruitment    

Candidates are suggested to keep the documents ready while filling the online MPSC Rajyaseva application form. 

  • The official website of MPSC has to be opened and MPSC online application link has to be clicked.
  • In the online application portal, an aspirant has to register themselves by clicking ‘New User Registration’ in the top left corner. 
  • The details have to be filled, and the immediate next step is to verify the registration. Later, the aspirant will get a Login ID and password to access the site. 
  • Candidates need to utilize credentials to log in, and they can proceed to fill the application form for various posts by selecting the exam as Rajyaseva Exam.
  • All details need to be filled in the form such as personal details, educational qualifications, etc. 
  • After a proper check, scanned copies of all the documents are mandatory to be uploaded. Some of the documents are educational certificates, mark sheets, caste certificates, domicile certificates etc. 
  • After the entire form is filled, ‘submit’ has to be clicked. 
  • Candidates can pay the MPSC application fee via any available models in an online payment portal. 
  • After successful payment, candidates need to print the MPSC application form. It has to be kept safe as it will be needed in future. 

MPSC Rajyaseva Application Fee     

The application fee for the exam is to be submitted for the application form to be accepted by the commission. General category candidates need to pay an application fee of ₹544. Reserved category candidates need to pay an application fee of ₹ 344. The application fee is non-refundable and can be paid only once.  

MPSC Rajyaseva Eligibility Criteria  


Legal citizens of India can apply for the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam held to recruit candidates for various posts under the MPSC Rajyaseva Vacancy

Age Limit

The minimum age limit to apply for the examination is 19 years, and the same for all communities and other special cases. 

The following are the maximum age limit to some categories – 

  • 38 years for General, 
  • 43 years for Reserved Classes/Orphans, 
  • 43 years for Ex-servicemen, 
  • 43 years for meritorious sportsperson, and 
  • 45 years for disabled people. 

Educational Qualification

  • A Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent from a recognized university in India is a must for a qualified candidate. 
  • Some qualifications are considered for specific posts – 
  • Assistant Director, Maharashtra Finance & Accounts Services: Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce/CA/Outlaw Accounting by ICWA/Post Graduate Degree in Commerce/MBA (Finance), 
  • Deputy Director of Industry (Technical): Engineering Degree in Civil, Architecture, Town Planning, etc./Degree in Science, 
  • Assistant Regional Transport Officer: Science Degree or Engineering with Physics and Mathematics. 
  • For all the posts, it is necessary for candidates to have a knowledge of the Marathi language. 

Check out our MPSC Rajyaseva Eligibility blog for more in-depth details. 


What is the time duration of both papers in prelims exams of the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam?

Both General Studies and Common State Aptitude Test papers will be of 2 hours each. 

How many questions will be there in both papers of prelims in the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam?

In Paper I, there will be 100 questions of 200 marks and in Paper II, there will be 80 questions of 200 marks.

What else does a candidate need to carry with the admit card for the MPSC Rajyaseva Exam?

A candidate needs to carry a passport-sized photograph and a government verified identity card with a photograph.


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