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Explained: A year after clearing MPSC exam, why 377 candidates don’t have govt posts yet

The preliminary and mains examination for the recruitment were held in April and September 2017, respectively. Interviews of eligible candidates were conducted in March-April 2018 and final results were published on May 30 2018.

MPSC exams: Two held for running dummy candidate racket

Police said that the two men would appear on behalf of candidates in return for money and helped them clear the written examination.

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Mumbai: 30-yr-old clerk arrested after MPSC probe finds he cheated in 2017 exam

According to police, the accused, Manoj Thovade, was posted in Aurangabad as a clerk. His seniors had first raised doubt over his selection when he was found short of standard typing speed. “His senior found him slow in clerical work and suspected that he may have cheated,” an official said.

Maharashtra Public Service Commission exam scam: Dummy candidate, middleman booked

Examiners wouldn’t be able to spot anything amiss as the hall tickets usually have photographs in black and white.

MPSC exam rules flouted, fume senior health officials

Officials alleged that many candidates who did not have required qualifications and experience prescribed for the written test were selected for the interview.

Toppers tell tales of Cracking MPSC

‘I want to make a difference in people’s lives’

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Physically challenged from Barshi tops MPSC exam

Physically challenged Ramesh Gorakh Gholap hailing from Barshi in Solapur district has topped the examinations conducted by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission for various posts,the results of which were declared on Saturday.

Inbrief

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena activists on Tuesday gheraoed Madhukar Kokate,chief of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission,demanding that the MPSC exam,which is scheduled three days after the UPSC prelims,be postponed.

MPSC exam: march of the female brigade

After UPSC exams,the female brigade has now outsmarted the males in the Maharashtra Public Service Commission’s exams. Girls clinched the first three ranks with Pune’s Shama Dhok-Pawar securing first rank.

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