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CD’s emergence as a UPSC/MPSC ecosystem in Pune has been spectacular where Sajal Sir, UPSC rankers from Maharastra & Marathi teachers have followed an integrated approach to provide a comprehensive and continuous impetus to the all-round preparation.

👍WE INAUGURATED OUR NEW CENTRE IN PUNE WITH A BRIEF AUSPICIOUS CEREMONY.

CivilsDaily Pune center inauguration was a big media event. Sajal sir addressing new channels

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MPSC changes pattern: Aligned with UPSC, to be implemented from 2023

Maharashtra PSC has recently released a notification citing changes in the pattern. Now the main examination will be subjective/descriptive in nature (essay type answers) instead of objective (MCQ type) questions. Also, an Ethics paper has also been introduced, modern history will also be included.

From earlier 6 papers in MPSC Mains now we will have 9 papers, with total marks now standing at 1750 in Mains, closely resembling UPSC’s pattern.

PapersSubjectsMarksNature of papers
Paper 1Marathi300Descriptive (Qualifying)
Paper 2English300Descriptive (Qualifying)
Paper 3Essay (Marathi or English)250Descriptive
Paper 4GS 1250Descriptive
Paper 5GS 2250Descriptive
Paper 6GS 3250Descriptive
Paper 6GS 4250Descriptive
Paper 8Optional Paper 1250Descriptive
Paper 9Optional Paper 2250Descriptive
1750 Marks

Closely resembling the UPSC pattern

Implications of this change

It has certainly made MPSC mains more comprehensive, requiring a wide-based knowledge just like UPSC.

  • It will be easier for UPSC aspirants to prepare for MPSC and vice-versa.
  • It improve the percentage of Marathi candidates appearing and clearing UPSC as the paper pattern is almost the same.
  • It will give equal opportunity to those from rural as well as urban areas. Now every candidate must play on a level playing field.
  • For those UPSC aspirants who have exhausted their attempts, they would find it easier to appear and crack MPSC.
  • Aspirants who will reappear in 2023 will have to consider it as a fresh attempt as they have to study almost from scratch.

All these pose an opportunity as well as a challenge for aspirants but for sure it calls for a change in strategy.

..amazing observation was the overwhelming number of rankers from Maharashtra.

This was evident from 200+ rankers, including 30+ in the top 50 in the UPSC 2021 exam. Another amazing observation was the overwhelming number of rankers from Maharashtra. 

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