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MPPSC Syllabus 2023

The MPPSC PCS Exam comprises three stages and every stage has its own significance. MPPSC Exam Syllabus 2023 is released along with the MPPSC Notification 2023 by the commission on its official website. The First 2 stages of the MPPCS exam have a detailed syllabus which is covered in this article below.

Stages Exam Papers & their Type
Stage 1 Prelims Exam 2 Papers (Objective Type)
Stage 2 Mains Exam 6 Papers (Descriptive Type)
Stage 3 Interview Personality Test

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MPPSC Syllabus Prelims General Studies 1

We are providing you with a detailed MPPSC Syllabus Prelims Subject-wise below in the table:

General Studies Paper I (Subject) Detailed Syllabus
Indian History Ancient and Medieval India: Major events, features and their administrative, Social and Economic Systems of, Socio Religious Reforms, Indian National Movement, Integration and Reorganization of India after Independence.
History of Madhya Pradesh Major dynasties in the history of MP, MP contribution to Freedom Struggle, Major Tribes and Dialects of MP, Major arts and Sculpture of MP, Festivals, Folk music and art of MP, Tourist Places, Tribal Personalities of MP.
Indian Constitution Government of India Act 1919 and 1935, Constituent Assembly, President and Parliament, Fundamental Rights, DPSP, Fundamental Duties, amendment of Constitution, Supreme Court and Judicial System of India.
National and Regional Constitutional & Statutory Bodies Election Commission of India, State Election Commission, Union Public Service Commission, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission, Comptroller and Auditor General, NITI Aayog etc.
Constitutional System of Madhya Pradesh Constitutional System of Madhya Pradesh, Three-tier System of Panchayati Raj and Urban Administration in Madhya Pradesh.
Indian Economy Indian Economy, Industrial Development and Foreign Trade, Import and Export, Financial Institutions- Reserve Bank of India, Nationalised Banks, SEBI, National Stock Exchange (NSE), Non-Banking Financial Institutions (NBFI).
Economy of Madhya Pradesh Demography and Census of MP, Economic Development of MP, Major Industries of MP, Castes of MP, Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes of MP and Major Welfare Schemes of MP.
Geography of World Physical Geography: Physical features and Natural regions, Natural Resources: Forest, Mineral resources, Water, Agriculture, Wildlife, National Parks/ Sanctuaries/Safari, Population related Demography, Natural and Human resources, Mountains, Plateaus, Plains etc. of the world, Natural Resources.
Geography of Madhya Pradesh Forest, Forest Produce, Wildlife, Rivers, Mountains and Mountain ranges of MP, the climate of MP, Natural and Mineral resources of MP, Transport in MP, Major Irrigation and Electrical Projects, Agriculture, Animal husbandry and Agricultural industries in MP.
General Science and Environment Basic Principles of Science, Important Indian Scientific Research Institutions and Their achievements, Satellite and Space technology, Environment and Biodiversity, Ecological System, Nutrition, Food and Nutrients etc.
Information & Communication Technology Electronics, Information and Communication Technology, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security, E-Governance, Internet and Social Networking Sites, and E-commerce.

MPPSC Prelims Syllabus General Aptitude Test Paper 2

  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills.
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability.
  • Decision-making and problem-solving.
  • General mental ability.
  • Basic numeracy.
  • Hindi Language Comprehension Skill (Class X level).

MPPSC Syllabus Mains

GS Paper Subjects
General Studies I History, Geography
General Studies II Constitution, Social Issues, Security, International Organization, Economics
General Studies III General Science, Science & Technology, Environment & Sustainable Development, Reasoning & Data Interpretation.
General Studies IV Human needs and motivation, Philosophers/Thinkers, Social workers/Reformers, Aptitude, Emotional intelligence, Corruption, Case studies.
General Studies V General Hindi and Hindi Grammar
General Studies VI Hindi Essay Writing

General Studies Paper I (Part A) – History & Culture

  • Economic, Political, Cultural and Social aspects of History between the Indus Valley Civilization to the 10th Century AD
  • India’s economic, political, cultural and social aspects of history between the eleventh- and eighteenth-century AD.
  • Mughal Period
  • British rule and its impact on Indian economy & society.
  • Peasant and tribal revolt, 1857 revolt, Indian Renaissance, Nation Freedom Struggle Movements and its prominent leaders.
  • India’s Independence, Reorganization of Indian States, Formation of MP, and Major events after India got Independence.
  • Independence Movement in Madhya Pradesh.
  • India’s culture and heritage (with reference to MP), literature, festivals, the architecture of India and MP
  • World Heritage Sites in India and MP
  • Major dynasties of MP

General Studies Paper I (Part B) – Indian Geography & MP

  • Major mountain ranges, plateaus, plains, rivers, lakes and glaciers of the world.
  • Geographical phenomena such as volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, and cyclones.
  • Major climate regions and seasons of the world, climate change and its impacts around the world.
  • Monsoon, El Nino and La Nina
  • Distribution of natural resources (metallic and non-metallic) around the world and India, forest resources
  • Population distribution, growth, sex ratio, migration, literacy.
  • Soil formation, soil composition, soil erosion, soil degradation, soil conservation planning.
  • Natural Vegetation
  • Water management, groundwater management, conservation of water.
  • Disaster and its mitigation.
  • Resource mapping and community planning.
  • Remote sensing and its application
  • Global Information System, at its application
  • Global Positioning System and its application.

General Studies Paper II (Part A) – Indian Constitution, Governance, Political and Administrative Structure

  • Constitution of India, Basic Structure, Major constitutional amendments.
  • Fundamental Rights and duties, Directive Principles.
  • Centre-State relations, Judiciary, Judicial Review, PIL, Lok Adalat
  • Constitutional and Non-Constitutional bodies.
  • Political parties
  • Local government
  • Participation of citizens in decision makings
  • Self Help Groups, NGOs, and Community-Based Organisations.
  • Role of electronic media in democracy
  • Indian political thinkers such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Ram Manohar Lohia, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar etc.
  • Principle of Public Administration, its meaning, nature and significance, the role of Public Administration in developing countries.
  • Concept of Power, authority, responsibility and delegation.
  • Theories of organization, unity of command and steps and areas of control
  • New dimensions of public management.

General Studies Paper II (Part B) – Economics & Sociology

  • Agriculture, industry and services sectors in India.
  • National Income and its measurement.
  • Role and function of RBI, commercial banks, monetary policy.
  • Taxation in India, direct and Indirect tax, GST, fiscal policy.
  • PDS, poverty, unemployment.
  • Balance of payment, the balance of trade, the role of foreign capital, FDI, FII, WTO, ADB, etc
  • Major crops in India and MP, cropping pattern in India and MP, horticulture, dairy, poultry, fisheries etc.
  • Schemes on Agriculture
  • Education and its various scenarios in India, government initiatives to promote education in India.
  • Issues related to women, senior citizens, children,
  • Concept of Culture and civilisation, the caste system in India, Purushartha, Chatushtya, Ashram, Religion and sect influences on society and methods of marriage,
  • Family courts, community development programme.
  • Demography and problems related to it, health, family welfare, women’s education, disease etc.
  • World Health Organisation.

General Studies Paper III – Science & Technology

General Studies Paper III

Physics

  • Gravitational Force, Friction, Work and Atmospheric pressure
  • Unit and measurements,
  • Acceleration, velocity and speed.
  • Various aspects of Sound,
  • Electricity, circuits and types of Cells
  • Magnetism
  • Light and refraction and reflection.
  • Heat, temperature and their aspects.

Information & Technology

  • Computers, its types and generations
  • Memory of the computer, Input as well as output devices
  • Operating system of a computer, software as well as hardware
  • Language of Computer, compilers, translators, assemblers, and interpreters
  • Electronic mail and the Internet
  • Web browsers and social media,
  • E-governance, e-banking etc.

Chemistry

  • Element, compound and mixture and its availability on the earth.
  • Metal and Non-metals in the periodic table.
  • Nuclear fusion and fission, atomic structure, atoms etc.
  • pH value and acid, base and salts.
  • Chemistry in day-to-day life

Science & Technology

  • Remote Sensing and its application
  • History of ISRO and famous scientists of India
  • Satellites and Launch Vehicles
  • Biotechnology and its application in various sectors as health, medicine, agriculture etc.
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
  • Patient Rights, Intellectual Property rights and their differences
  • Awards in the fields of science and technology.

Biology

  • Cell and their functions, animal and plants cells.
  • Plant nutrition, balance diet, deficiency diseases, hormones etc.
  • Human body its structure and functions.
  • Reproduction
  • Disease, health and hygiene

Environment

  • Concept of Environment its scope definition etc.
  • Human activities and its impact on environment.
  • Environment Pollution, Biodiversity
  • Degradation of environment and its cause and effect.
  • Green Technology for conservation of environment.
  • Policy made by Government for Environmental protection

Quantitative Aptitude and Statistics

  • Number system
  • Profit and Loss
  • Percentage
  • Simple Interest
  • Compound Interest
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Probability
  • Mean, Median and Mode
  • Sampling

General Studies Paper IV – Philosophy, Psychology & Public Administration

  • Indian and Western Thinkers and reformers such as, Buddha, Mahavir, Mahatma Gandhi, Ambedkar, Charwak, etc.
  • Aptitude, Integrity, Empathy, Impartiality, tolerance, compassion, objectivity towards weaker section.
  • Emotional Intelligence and its application in administration and governance
  • Elements of ethics in governance as Transparency, Accountability, Integrity etc.
  • Code of conduct for civil services
  • Ethical Reasoning and Moral Dilemmas.
  • Effects od Corruptions, its causes, measures to minimize it, role of whistleblower, media, society etc.
  • Case Study

General Studies Paper V – General Hindi & Grammar

MP hindi

General Studies Paper VI – Hindi Essay Writing

Mp Hindi essay

MPPSC Syllabus PDF

The MPPSC Syllabus is usually released in the form of a PDF document by the Commission on its official website. Candidates can download the MPPSC Syllabus PDF and use it as a reference while preparing for the MPPSC exams. The syllabus PDF typically includes detailed information about the topics covered in each subject and the weightage assigned to each topic. It is important for candidates to thoroughly familiarize themselves with the MPPSC Syllabus and prepare accordingly to increase their chances of success in the exams.

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FAQs

What is the syllabus of MPPSC?

MPPSC Syllabus is comprehensive that includes General Hindi, Essays, History, Geography, Environment, Science, Ethics, Economics, Polity, Social Issues, Security, State GK and Current based events.

Does MPPSC exam has optional paper?

No, MPPSC exam does has an optional paper.

Does the MPPSC have similar syllabus as of UPSC?

No, it does not have exactly same syllabus as it has no optional paper and its GS Paper also includes Public Administration and Sociology.

Can a PCS officer become DM?

A PCS officer usually works as a sub-divisional magistrate after he/she completes the training (SDMs). Later, they are then promoted to the positions of city magistrate and Additional District Magistrate.

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