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Webinar by Sayali Mhetre, AIR 398, UPSC 2021 | Timetable and Strategy for MPSC 2022 and UPSC Integrated preparation | LIVE from Fergusson College, Pune

Special Webinar for aspirants in Maharashtra: Timetable and Strategy for Integrated preparation for UPSC and MPSC (Maharashtra PSC) | 22nd July 2022, 3 pm Register and get MPSC Pre 2022 FLTs for FREE | LIVE from Fergusson college


This time we have our student and ‘Pride of Pune’ ranker Sayali Mhetre who secured an AIR 398, UPSC 2021.

A houseful seminar was conducted by CivilsDaily a few days back. The foundation stone for a balanced success in UPSC, along with MPSC has been successfully placed in Pune. Yes, Civilsdaily has reached Maharashtra (Pune).

Sajal sir addressing aspirants from Maharashtra

CivilsDaily is back with the promise of helping you meet rankers from Maharashtra. This time we have our student and ‘Pride of Pune’ ranker Sayali Mhetre who secured an AIR 398, UPSC 2021.


Webinar details: 22nd July, 3 pm

Note: This webinar will be in Marathi predominantly.


  1. Changed pattern of MPSC
  2. Implications of this change
  3. CivilsDaily’s Maharashtra students and their performance in UPSC 2021
  4. CivilsDaily IAS in Pune
  5. How the Pune Center will help aspirants from Maharashtra?
  6. Some of the UPSC rankers from Maharashtra
  7. Register for webinar by Vaibhav Kajale, AIR 325, UPSC 2021

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 improves 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.


CivilsDaily’s performance in UPSC 2021 and an overwhelming number of our Rankers from Maharashtra

UPSC 2021 results were released a few days back and it was a major validation of CivilsDaily’s student-centric approach, personalized mentorship, and commitment to your goal – cracking the UPSC IAS exam.

..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. 

Moreover, we have thousands of CivilsDaily students from the state.

On the insistence of CivilsDaily’s alumni (ex-rankers) and our students from the state, opened our first center in Maharashtra, in Pune.


How is the Pune center going to help UPSC and Civil Services Aspirants from Maharashtra?

Saves you from the trauma of relocation

Aspirants have to leave their home state to Delhi, Karol Bagh for UPSC prep. It seriously dismantles their mental peace and continuity in preparation.

Now you no longer have to leave your state and come to Delhi for UPSC preparation.

Financially

Financially, by saving huge expenditure incurred in Karol Bagh on renting and tuition fees.

Now prepare for both: UPSC and MPSC

Recently the notification for MPSC was released and since the pattern is similar to UPSC now, we will be helping you prepare for MPSC as well.

Live lectures, Offline 1:1 Mentorship, Testing centre in Pune

We will be providing the best classroom lectures; UPSC-relevant tests and study material; experienced mentors and dedicated faculty. 

CivilsDaily will always remain committed to a personalized and student-centric approach and will live for its vision of making UPSC and government service exam preparation simpler, effective, result-oriented, and affordable to every aspiring student.


Some of our Ranker from Maharashtra

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