Maharashtra Public Service Commission conducted the Rajyaseva Prelims exam on 4 June 2023. Candidates are eager to know when the Rajyaseva Preliminary Exam Result will be announced, as the examination has concluded at hundreds of examination centers throughout the state.
Referring to the Rajyaseva Pariksha, also known as the Group A and Group B State Services Selection Examination, an announcement was made in early 2023. The exam is administered annually by the State Public Service Commission.
MPSC Rajya Seva Preliminary Exam Result 2023 – Exam Specifics
- Name of Examination – State Service Exam
- Nature of Examination – Preliminary Exam
- State Concerned – Maharashtra
- Examination Authority – Maharashtra State Public Service Commission
- Examination Date – 04 June 2023
- MPSC State Services Prelims Result – To be Announced Here
- Official Website – www.mpsc.gov.in
Regarding the Preliminary Examination, exam was divided into two examinations, each with a maximum of 200 points. Let’s examine the most important aspects of the examination.
- Each Paper will be worth up to 200 points.
- Each question paper contained 200 multiple-choice questions.
- Each paper has a two-hour duration.
- Each incorrect response is penalized by a quarter point.
MPSC Rajyaseva Exam Preliminary Result Procedure and Standing
The Rajyaseva Prelims Pariksha results will be announced once the evaluation and dissemination of the Answer Key have been completed. The Commission publishes the answer keys and invites candidates to file objections. The commission will produce a final answer key after reevaluating all objections.
The candidates’ Answer Sheets will then be evaluated using the final answer key. The commission has released the Answer Key for the Preliminary examination, and the evaluation of the results is currently underway.
Mpsc Rajyseva Pariksha Minimum Passing Score
The Commission determines the minimum score required for a candidate to advance to the next examination phase. The cutoff score is determined by evaluating multiple factors.
In terms of previous exam cutoff scores, the previous exam had a lower score than the most recent. In 2020, the minimum qualifying score for a male general candidate was 203. Again, a total close to the limit is anticipated. In this year’s examination, there will be a greater difference than 4 or 5 points.
The Predicted Category-Specific Cutoff Scores Are as Follows:
|Category||Sub-Category||Expected Cut-Off Marks (Prelims) Out of 400|
How Does a Candidate Access the MPSC Rajyaseva Pariksha Result 2023 Online?
Candidates of the Rajyseva Examination can verify the results of their January preliminary examination by following these simple steps. The stages are outlined below for the candidates’ convenience.
- Open www.mpsc.gov.in in a web browser on your mobile device or computer.
- Click candidate information then from the main menu.
- There, hover over the results and select examination/recruitment results.
- There you will find a summary of the most recent results announced by the MPSC.
- Click the image next to the desired information to obtain the PDF file of the Results.
- Check your result using the Registration number and candidate’s name.