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Monday, May 30, 2016

What is mpsc exam

What is MPSC?

MPSC means Maharashtra Public Service Commission, Maharashtra Public Service Commission. It is created under Article 2 of the Indian Constitution and under Section 2 of the Constitution, the Commission undertakes the recruitment and advisory work. Qualified and qualified candidates should be recruited in the administration, there should be no confusion or misconduct. For this purpose, constituents have been entrusted with the provision of the Constitution and the responsibility of conducting competitive examinations for recruitment of administrative services to the constitutional body.

Competitive Examination is conducted by the Public Service Commission for the following services:
State service examination
Maharashtra Forest Service Examination
Maharashtra Agriculture Service Examination
Maharashtra Engineering Services Group A Examination
 Maharashtra Engineering Services Group B Examination
Civil judge, junior level and justice magistrate, first class examination
 Assistant Automotive Inspector Exam
 Police Sub Inspector Exam
Sales tax inspector exam
Assistant examination
 Clerical Typewriter Exam

Through the State Service Examination, a single examination is conducted for the following various posts in the service of the State Government, Gazetted Group A and Group B. Students are selected for the following posts in the state service (through the whole process of exams, main exams and interviews).
Deputy Collector (Group A)
 Deputy Superintendent of Police / Assistant Police Commissioner (Group A)
Assistant Sales Tax Commissioner (Group A)
 Deputy Registrar, Co-operative Societies (Group A)
Deputy Chief Executive Officer / Group Development Officer (Group A)
Maharashtra Financial and Accounting Services (Group A)
 Chief Officer, Municipality / Council, Group A
Superintendent, State Excise (Group A)
Tehsildar (Group A)
Assistant, Regional Transport Officer (Group B)
Maharashtra Financial and Accounting Services (Group B)
Kaksh Officer (Group B)
Group Development Officer (Group B)
 Chief Officer, Municipality / City Council, (Group B)
Assistant Registrar Co-operative Societies (Group B)
 Deputy Superintendent, Land Records (Group B).
Assistant Commissioner, State Excise, (Group B)
 Naib Tehsildar (Group B)
Extensive service
Deputy Collector

This is the highest rank in the state service. He is appointed with promotion and direct service admission and can be admitted through promotion of Indian Administrative Service after 3 to 6 years of service.
Appointments - Sub-Divisional Officer, Deputy Collector of various departments, Resident Deputy Collector. Nature of work
The following are:
 Working as a sub-divisional officer, observing the peace and order in the sub-division, collecting revenue, acting as election officer etc.
- While working as Deputy Collector of various accounts, complete the activities related to that account and keep the information up to date.
 Coordination with senior and junior offices while working as a resident deputy district officer and keeping the district administration informed in the absence of collectors.

The selection for this post is done by the State Service Examination (MPSC). The state government appoints one tahsildar for each taluka. The nature of the work of the tahsildars is as follows:
Tahsildar performs all the tasks related to revenue collection, administration of the taluka. The quasi-judicial powers regarding the collection of revenue are given to the Tehsildar.
 As the Taluka Magistrate, the Tehsildar has the judicial powers to maintain peace and order.
Disaster management, compensation, implementation of government schemes, decisions on land records etc. The tahsildar also carries out the responsibilities.

 Deputy Tahsildar
Under Maharashtra Land Revenue Act, 1949, the State Government may appoint one or more Deputy Tahsildars for each taluka. The sub-tahsildar has to perform the tasks that the tahsildar has to perform. The nature of the work is as follows:
Naib Tehsildars implement decisions taken at the tahsildar level.
As revenue officer, revenue collection, non-agricultural licenses etc., along with caste, residence certificates, have to be passed to the Naib Tehsildar.
- Some judicial powers have been given to the Naib Tehsildar as Magistrate to maintain peace and order.
- The Naib Tehsildar sees the work as a paramilitary officer in revenue affairs.

Maharashtra Police Service

The highest office of choice in the state service is the Deputy Superintendent of Police or the Sub Divisional Police Officer. The nature of the work of the Deputy Superintendent is as follows:
- To investigate serious crimes.
- DYSP is responsible for controlling and training subordinate police personnel. For this, they inspect all police stations and outposts once a year.
- The DYSP has the right to maintain law and order and in some cases to grant licenses.

Maharashtra Finance and Accounting Services

The Maharashtra Finance and Accounting Service was established in 1979 on the backdrop of the Central Government with the aim of providing trained officers for the accounting and financial responsibility of various departments, corporations of the Government. Established in 1919, the Directorate of Accounts and Treasury Department is the Head of the Accounts Department. Indian Administrative Service officers are appointed to this position.

The State Service Examination was selected for the posts of Finance and Accounting Services Group A and B and these candidates were appointed to the Treasury Officer / Assistant Director and Additional Treasury Officer / Deputy Chief Accountant respectively. Responsibilities of Finance and Accounting Services Officers
They are as follows:
- The officers of this service are sent on deputation to handle accounting and audit matters in various departments of the Government.
- It is the responsibility of the officers of this service to make financial appropriation of Government funds and not to do so.
 The financial management of the office / department as well as the salary allowances, leave and establishment work have to be handled by the officers.

SalesTax (VAT) section

Sales tax (VAT) is the highest tax paid by the state government. The Sales Tax Department is working under the Ministry of Finance. Under the Mumbai Sales Tax Act, the Divisional Commissioner, State of Maharashtra is the highest office in the department.

Maharashtra Public Service Commission conducts a separate examination for the post of sales tax inspector and auxiliary sales tax commissioner is selected.

Assistant Sales Tax Commissioner's Responsibilities - Registration of Traders, Advice to Registered Traders, Guidance, Recovery of Tax etc. Determination of matters Branch functions.

Sales Tax Inspector's Responsibilities - It is the responsibility of the sales tax inspector to pay the actual tax and follow up. The sales tax inspector also comes to the notice and summons and proceedings and follow up with the defaulters.

Department of Motor Vehicles
This section is subject to the Home Ministry. The Assistant Regional Transport Officer is selected for the post of Group B through the State Service Examination. The responsibilities of the Assistant Regional Transport Officer are as follows:

A driver's and driver's license, as well as an international driver's license, are issued by a regional transportation officer. Registration of vehicles, transfer and issue of 'No Objection Certificate' to any other State / Territory comes in the jurisdiction of Regional Transport Officers. The procedure for renewal of licenses and registration certificates and the issuance of secondary copies are assisted by the Assistant Regional Transport Officer.

State Excise Department

Excise duty is a matter of state list and contributes to the revenue of the state.

Selection is made for the post of Deputy Superintendent, State Excise, through State Service Examination One state excise superintendent is appointed by the state government for each district.

State excise superintendent

The responsibilities of this post are as follows:

The officers of this department are involved in the investigation of different industries, businesses and the prevention of trafficking of alcohol and drugs. Alcohol, alcohol, drugs, drugs, etc. The revenue is collected by the authorities. The officers have also been entrusted with the responsibility of investigating drug offenses.

The Commission conducts separate examinations for Assistant and Clerical Centers. The office of the officer is selected through the state service examination.

The nature of work of single officers

The post office officers are responsible for completing the work in a timely manner on the post and holders. Although the proceedings are in fact initiated by the assistants, the officer has the authority to make a decision in this regard.

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