- State PSC
(1) These rules may be called the Madhya Pradesh State Services Examination Rules, 2008.
(2) These rules shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Madhya Pradesh Gazette.
Definitions :- In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires
(a) “Appendix” means appendix appended to these rules;
(b) “Commission” means Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission;
(c) “Examination” means examination conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission;
(d) “Government” means Government of Madhya Pradesh;
(e) “Governor” means Governor of Madhya Pradesh;
(f) “Other Backward Classes” means the Other Backward Classes of citizens as specified by the State Government vide notification No. F.8-5-XXV-4-84, dated 26th December, 1984 as amended time to time;
(g) “Scheduled Castes” means any caste, race or tribe or part of or group within the caste, race or tribes specified as Scheduled Castes with respect to the State of Madhya Pradesh under Article 341 of the Constitution of India;
(h) “Scheduled Tribes” means any tribe, tribal community or part of or group within a tribe, tribal community specified as Scheduled Tribes with respect to the State of Madhya Pradesh under Article 342 of the Constitution of India;
(i) “State” means State of Madhya Pradesh.
A combined competitive examination for recruitment to the following services/posts will be held annually by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission :-
|S.No||Name of Service/Post||Class of service/Post|
|1.||State Administrative Service (Deputy Collector)||II|
|2.||State Police Service (Deputy Superintendent of Police)||II|
|3.||State Accounts Service||II|
|4.||Commercial Tax Officer||II|
|5.||District Excise Officer||II|
|6.||Assistant Registrar, Co-operative Societies||II|
|7.||District Organiser, Tribal Welfare||II|
|11.||Area Organiser, Tribal Welfare||II|
|12.||Block Development Officer||II|
|13.||Assistant Director, Food/District Civil Supplies Officer||II|
|14.||Project Officer, Social/Rural Intensive Literacy Project||II|
|15.||Assistant Director, Public Relations||II|
|16.||Principal, Panchayat Secretary, Training Institute||II|
|17.||District Officer Women and Child Development||II|
|18.||Chief Instructor (Anganwadi/Gram Sevika Training Centre)||II|
|19.||Assistant Director, Women and Child Development||II|
|21.||Assistant Project Officer (Special Nutrition Programme)||II|
|22.||Area Organiser (M.D.M.)||II|
|23.||Project Officer (Integrated Child Development Project)||II|
|24.||District Commandant, Home Guards||II|
|25.||Assistant Director, Local Fund Audit||II|
|26.||Additional Assistant Development Commissioner||II|
|27.||Superintendent, District Jail||II|
|28.||Chief Municipal Officer||II|
|29.||Subordinate Civil Services- Naib Tahsildar (Executive)||III|
|30.||Assistant Superintendent, Land Records||III|
|31.||Commercial Tax Inspector (Executive)||III|
|32.||Excise Sub-Inspector (Executive)||III|
|34.||Co-operative Inspector/Co-operative Extension Officer (Executive)||III|
|35.||Assistant Labour Officer||III|
|36.||Assistant Jailor (Executive)||III|
|38.||Chief Executive Officer (Janpad Panchayat)||III|
|39.||Chief Municipal Officer||III|
The State Services Examination shall consist of two successive stages as under:-
All candidates, irrespective of their preference for a particular service/post, will have to appear in the same number of question papers as mentioned in the scheme for examination (Appendix-I). Only in case of candidates applying for the posts of District Organiser (Tribal Welfare) and Area Organiser (Tribal Welfare), preference will be accorded to those who offer SOCIOLOGY as one of their optional subjects.
The candidates obtaining minimum marks in the preliminary examination, as decided by the commission, shall be listed in the order of merit according to marks obtained by them. Out of these candidates at the most as many as equal to fifteen times the total number of vacancies under various categories besides including those, if any, who obtained equal number of marks will be deemed to qualify for the Main Examination and the result of the Preliminary Examination shall be declared accordingly. The list of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, ex-serviceman and physical handicapped qualifying for the Main Examination, shall be prepared separately and their results declared accordingly. Preliminary Examination will serve only as a screening test for selecting candidates for the Main Examination and the marks obtained in this examination will not be considered at the time of the final selection of the candidates.
The merit list of the candidates appearing in the Main Examination and obtaining such minimum marks, as decided by the commission, will be prepared category-wise in the order of total marks obtained by them in the Main Examination and candidates equal to three times the total number of advertised posts under various services will be deemed to qualify for being called for interview, besides including those, if any, who obtain equal number of marks. Similarly a separate list of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Ex-Servicemen and Physically Handicapped (Disabled) Class, who qualify for being called for interview, shall be prepared.
After the interview the candidates will be listed by the commission in the order of merit, according to the aggregate of marks obtained by them in the Main Examination and the interview taken together.
Due consideration will be given, while recommending a candidate for a particular service, to the preference, (if any), expressed by him/her in the preference sheet, at the time of interview, subject to the following conditions:-
Merit list for each post in the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Physically Handicapped and Ex-Servicemen, will be similarly prepared separately, to the extent of vacancies reserved for them. THE RESULT OF THE CANDIDATE WILL BE DECLARED UNDER THE CATEGORY MENTIONED BY HIM/HER IN THE APPLICATION FORM. If a candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes, by virtue of his aggregate marks, finds a place in the general list, he shall be shown in the general list. Such reserved category candidates shall be counted against unreserved posts only if they secure merit in all respects like a candidate of a general category, without any relaxation.
Such adjustment will be made only at the time of declaring the final selection results and not at the time of preliminary/main examination. Ex-servicemen/ Physically Handicapped candidates will be selected only for such posts, under the class, as have been shown reserved for them in the advertisement.
The commission shall also prepare a supplementary (waiting) list for each post to the extent of 25% of the total number of candidates figuring in the main list with a minimum of two names in each of such lists, but it shall not be more than the numbers of the main list.
On receiving the recommendations of the commission, the Government shall make such enquiries about the candidates, as it may deem fit in order to ensure that they are suitable in all respects for appointment to the posts concerned. The Government reserves the right to offer/decline appointment to the candidates.