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The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has released the result of the State Service Examination 2014. The result has been released post-wise. Candidates can check their results by logging on to the official website of the MPPSC and following the steps given here.
Steps to check the Madhya Pradesh MPPSC result 2014:
Log on to the official website of the MPPSC.nic.in
Towards the bottom of the page, there will be a notification link labelled “State Service Examination 2014: Post wise selection list-dated-28-11-2016”
Click on this notification and you will taken to another page where the list of selected candidates will be displayed with the names, gender, seat and category of the candidates.
Check your name in the list and save a copy to your computer. Incase you have passed, awat further instructions from the Commission.
The advertisement for the exam was released on December 24, 2014 and another advertisement was released on February 27, 2016. The results were released yesterday, November 28.
The MPPSC is responsible for conducting state level recruitment exams in Madhya Pradesh for shortlisting eligible candidates for the various posts in government departments, offices and ministries. The exams are conducted on the bases of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) national level recruitment examinations wherein a priliminary round is conducted to weed out unsuitable candidates. Those who pass the prelims examination then take the mains exam after which the interview and document verification process is conducted.
All state public service commissions in the country conduct administrative examinations in the same manner. Aspirants have to pass all the stages to secure the job post.
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