MPPSC: Latest Exam Syllabus, Pattern, Books & Preparation Tips

MPPSC: Latest Exam Syllabus, Pattern, Books & Preparation Tips
September 13, 2021
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The MPPSC 2022 syllabus is based on the MPPSC’s official exam pattern. Hence, MPPSC defines a prospectus for the evaluation of candidates. Therefore, the election cycle is separated into three parts: preliminary, mains, and interview. Moreover, the program covers a massive amount of material for the MPPSC 2022 test. Furthermore, aspiring candidates should have a specific understanding of the Madhya Pradesh syllabus of psc and Exam Pattern. However, the syllabus structure is necessary for them to design their technique. Furthermore, it will assist applicants in excelling in the test and leaving lasting impressions.

The prelims are divided into two halves. Broad research, the Inclination test, and the mains test are there. Furthermore, the mains test consists of eight distinct papers, all in all. Moreover, Language exams, exposition, composting, general examinations, and an optional topic are also part of the syllabus.

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Furthermore, the nature of these papers and the standard questions are at the graduate level. Moreover, a well-educated individual may respond to them without the need for specialized knowledge. Therefore, the questions are designed to test a candidate’s comprehensive understanding of a wide variety of issues vital to a civil service career.

Besides this, the syllabus for MPPSC’s other tests varies greatly. However, the curriculum varies depending on the nature of the position.

MPPSC Exam Prelims Syllabus

The preliminary test is the first step in the overall selection process.  We’ll go through the whole curriculum here in detail —

The Madhya Pradesh PSC Exam Pattern is advised by the official MPPSC. The following is the mppsc pre syllabus

  • General Education
  • Aptitude Test

Here is the complete information regarding the prelims syllabus. This format is set by the official Madhya Pradesh  PSC exam body. The syllabus is described in detail here -:

General Education Aptitude Test
India’s history and democratic movement Conflict-solving and decision-making.
Economic and social growth – sustainable advancement Comprehension
Fundamental science:
• Poverty, social participation, demography, social sector activities, and so forth
• History, landscape, politics, art and culture, and socioeconomic progress of Madhya Pradesh
• The physical, social, and economic geography of India and the rest of the world
• National and global events that are presently taking on.
• Environmental ecology, biodiversity, and climate change
• Constitution, government, and political culture. Issues of Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, and Human Rights.
• Subject specialisation
• Geography of India and the world
Number sense (numbers and their correlations, orders of magnitude, and so forth) (Class X level). Class X level data analysis (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc.)
Mental Ability
Language comprehension skills in English (Class X level)
Analytical and logical thinking skills – it is a significant subject. It can be further divided into topics. The below-mentioned list adds a better comprehension of the test.
• Sitting configurations
• Analogy
• Series
• Mathematical Processes
• Blood Relations
• Direction Awareness
• Syllogism
• Analytical Reasoning
• Remarks and Conclusions
• Classification
• Eligibility Test
• Statement and Reasoning
• Number, Ordering, and Time Sequence Test
• Situation Response Tests
• Cause and Result
• Logical Venn Diagrams
• Alphabet coding Test
• Arithmetical Reasoning
• Adding the Missing Character
• Statement and Assertions
• Poetic lines
• Statement and Action Plans
• Deriving Conclusion
• Hypothesis and Reason
• Coding-Decoding

MPPSC Exam Mains Syllabus

As per the official MPPSC exam pattern – The mains exam consists of a total of 8 papers.  A well-defined syllabus is available on the official website of MPPSC. Candidates who score the minimum cut-off marks in prelims are permitted to appear for the mains exam. This number is approximately twenty times more than the available vacancies. The mains examination has eight papers in particular. The syllabus for the papers is as follows as per the MPPSC exam pattern:

  • Translation- Hindi to English
  • Composition writing, Idioms, Corrections
  • Explanation of passages in Hindi
  • Translation- English to Hindi
  • Understanding of unseen portions
  • Grammar and Vernacular
  • Detailed (summary) writing
  • Composition, letter, note, application, and report writing in English
  • Grammar in English
Essay Writing
The design of this part is to test the ability of candidates to write. Moreover, It involves a long piece of writing in the form of an essay. Besides this, their knowledge/awareness of many themes as well. The topics may vary, but the central areas are as follows-

  • Cultural Element
  • Economic Scenario
  • Political affairs
  • Societal Understanding
  • Historical incidents and outlook

Candidates must complete two essays. One essay from Section A as well as one from Section B. Each of which must be around 900 words long by all means.

General Studies -I

World History Renaissance, Revolution of England, French Revolution.
Industrial Revolution Russian Revolution.
World War I and II.
Besides this, the Political, Economic and Social History of India.
Harappa civilisation Moguls and their administration.

The emergence of composite culture. Political.
Economic and Social History of Central India.

Impact on the Indian economy and society due to the British Rule.
Response of India to the British Rule: The Peasant and tribal revolts
The First Struggle of Independence.

In addition to this –

Indian ‘Renaissance:
The Freedom. National Movement and the leaders involved (with particular reference to M.P.).

The emergence of India as a Republic.
Reorganization of States, Formation of M.P. Important events from the post-independence period.

Indian Culture-
This part contains topics regarding customs and cultures basically.
Heritage regarding M.P. – Salient aspects of all the Art Forms.
Literature, Architecture, & Festivals from ancient to modern times.
The World Heritage sites in India.
Tourism in Madhya Pradesh.

Highlights of India’s and the world’s physical geography.
Distribution of key natural resources. Agro-climatic zones and Industries in M.P.

Demography of India and M.P.
Madhya Pradesh tribes, with special emphasis on vulnerable groups.
Agroecology and its application to man, as well as sustainable management and conservation.
The state’s major crops, holdings, and cropping patterns.

The physical and social environment of crop distribution and production.
Issues and challenges related to various agricultural activities of state- quality and supply of seed.
Farming practices
Dairy fisheries and animal husbandry etc.
Agriculture is an important part of state issues.
Therefore, applicants must have good knowledge related to agriculture.

Agriculture produce, storage, transport, and marketing in the state.
Soil: Physical, biological, and chemical properties.
Soil process and factors of soil formation.

In addition to this, Mineral and organic constituents of soil.
The role in maintaining soil productivity.

Essential plant nutrients and other beneficial elements in soils and plants.
Furthermore, Problem soils and their reclamation methods.
Madhya Pradesh’s soil erosion and degradation problems.
Soil conservation planning on a watershed basis.
The breadth and significance of the food processing and related businesses in India,
as well as their location, upstream and downstream requirements

Supply chain management. Land reforms in India.

 Water Management –

Besides the major water management strategies, applicants should address these topics as well-
Groundwater and Watershed management.
Water usage and efficient irrigation systems.
Drinking-water: supply, impurity factors, and quality management

Disaster and its management
Artificial and Natural disasters:
Concept and scope of disaster” management, specific hazards and mitigation.
Community planning: Resource Mapping, Relief & Rehabilitation.
Preventive and administrative measures. Safe construction.
Alternative communication and survival skills.
Case studies – Chernobyl Atomic Plant Tragedy 1986.
Bhopal Gas Tragedy 1984. Kutch Earthquake 2001.
Indian Tsunami 2004.
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster in Japan in 2011, Uttrakhand Flash Flood in 2013.
Ujjain Tragedy 1994, Allahabad Kumbh Stampede 2013, J & K 29 Flood 2014, etc.

General Studies -II

• The Constitution, as well as the Political and Administrative Structure of Government.
• Constitution drafting committee.
• The Preamble to the Indian Constitution, as well as the Basic Structure.
• Fundamental Rights and Duties, as well as State Policy Directive Principles
• Besides this, Schedules of the Constitution, Constitutional amendments.
Comparison of the Indian Constitution with that of other countries.
• Centre and State Legislature.
• Centre and State Executive.
• Furthermore, The understanding of the Judiciary – Supreme Court, High Court.
• District and Subordinate Courts.
• Contempt of Court.
• Nature of the Indian Union, Centre-State Relations, Division of Power
(Centre List, State List and Concurrent List).
Moreover, The distribution of resources.
• Decentralization and people’s participation in Democratic Governance.
Local Self Government, 73rd and 74th amendment of Constitution.
The Panchayats, The Municipalities.
(Rural and Urban Local Governance).
• Judicial Activism, Public Interest Litigation. 
Accountability and Rights:- Competition Commission,
• Consumer Courts
• Information Commission
• Women Commission
• Human Rights Commissions
• SC/ ST/OBC Commissions, other redressed agencies / authorities.
Transparency and Accountability.
• Right to Information.
• Right to Services.
• Utilization of public funds.
• Democracy at work, Political Parties, Political Representation,
Citizens Participation in Decision Making.
• In addition to this, the understanding of Elections,
Election Commission, Electoral reforms.
• The emergence of Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and
Non-Government Organizations (NGOs); Self Help Groups.
• Issues and role of media (Electronic, Print and Social)
• Security Issues: External and Internal.
• Social & Some Important Legislation.
• The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
• Protection to Women & Criminal Law
[Under Indian Constitution Law & Criminal Procedure code].
• Protection of Women From Domestic Violence Act-2005
• The Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955.
• The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes
(Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.
• Right to Information Act, 2005.
• Environment (Protection) Act, 1986
• The Consumer Protection Act, 1986
• Information Technology Act, 2000
• The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, all in all.
• Madhya Pradesh Lok Sewaon ke Pradan ki Garantiyam- 2010.
Current national concerns and socially relevant themes
The design of this section is to assess the candidate’s knowledge of current national concerns.
In addition to this, socially relevant topics in modern India are of great importance.
Few topics are such as the following:
Health, Education, and Empowerment in the Social Sector – Health Services
Health services in a rural area. Malnutrition, Its causes and effects and Govt.
Programs for supplementary Nutrition.
The technological interventions in the field of Immunology,
Immunization, In addition to Family health.
Biotechnology, Communicable and non-communicable diseases and remedies.
W.H.O.-Objectives, Structures, functions and its programs.

Education systems
• Universal elementary education, Quality of Higher and Technical,
Vocational Education. Issues related to girls’ education,
underprivileged classes, and differently able sector.
• Human resource development – Availability of skilled human resources,
employability, and productivity of human resources of India. Role of various institutions,
e.g. NCHER, NCERT, NIEPA, UGC, Open Universities,
AlCTE, NOTE, NCVT, ICAR, NTs, NITs. NLUs, IIMs, Polytechnic, and ITIs, etc. 
Human resource development in addition to trends of employment.
• Welfare programs – Issues related to -Aged people, Differently able people.
Children, women, labour, socially disadvantaged classes, and
displaced groups are all targets of development projects.

Public Services-
• All India Services, Central Services, State Services, and
Constitutional Positions are all available.
• Role and function, nature of function, Union Public Service Commission.
• M.P. State Public Service Commission. Training and
Training Institutions of State as well as Centre in context of
changing governance pattern.
• Public Expenditure as well as Accounts Control over public Expenditure,
Parliamentary control.
• Estimate Committee in addition to Public Accounts Committee etc.
Furthermore, Office of the Comptroller as well as Auditor General of India.
The Finance Ministry’s Role in Monetary and Fiscal Policy.
Accountant General of M.P. composition and function.

International Organizations
• UN and it’s associate organizations.  IMF, The World Bank,
as well as Asian Development Bank
• SAARC, BRICS, and other Bilateral and Regional Organizations
The World Trade Organization and its Impact on India.

General Studies -III

• Science and Technology
• Science -Matter in our surroundings. Furthermore, Elements,
Compounds, Mixtures. Metals and Non-metals.
Moreover, Carbon and its compounds.
Molecules, Atoms, Structure of atom.
Chemical reactions. Acids, Bases, as well as Salts.
• Organism, Types of organisms.
Tissues, Fundamental unit of life-Cell Life processes’.
• Besides this, Metabolism, Control, and Coordination.
Reproduction, Heredity, as well as Evolution.
• Gravitation, Motions, Force, Laws of Motion, Work, as well as Energy.
• Light, Sound, In addition to, Electricity as well as Magnetism.
• Reasoning and Data Interpretation
• Probability, basic numeracy and statistics
(numbers and their relationships).
• Moreover, the Data handling and Interpretation.
(Charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc.).
• Ratio and Proportion, Unitary method.
Profit and Loss, Percentage, Discount.
Simple and Compound Interest.
Mensuration: Area, Perimeter Volume.
• Logical reasoning. Analytical ability as well as Problem-solving.

Technology –
• Applications of Science and Technology in Social and Economic development.
• Indigenous technology.
• Furthermore, the transfer of technology as well as developing new technologies.
• Patents and Intellectual Property Rights. (TRIPS & TRIMS).
• Contribution of Indians in the field of Science and Technology.
• Emerging Technologies –
• Emerging technologies Information, Communication Technology,
in addition to, Remote sensing, Space technology.
• GIS, GPS. Biotechnology & Nano-technology:
their application in the various fields

Energy –
• Conventional and Non-Conventional sources of energy.
Energy Management: Issues and challenges. 
Current status of alternative sources of energy and their prospects.
• Environment and Sustainable Development –
• Environmental degradation: its causes, effects, and remedies. 
Environment protection laws. Furthermore, the Policies as well as
the regulatory framework. 
The Environment – development debate.
• Solid, Effluent, Sewer, Medical, Hazardous, and E-waste management.
• Climate change: Causes and Remedial measures.
• Besides this, Ecological Prints and Coping strategies are other important topics.

Indian Economy
• Development Experience of India. 
Causes of low Industrialization in MP. 
Economic reforms since 1991: Industrial and Financial sector reforms.
• Besides this, market regulation and state commerce are also essential.
• Stock market and Banking systems.
• Liberalization, Privatization, as well as Globalization.
• Current trends and challenges in the Indian Economy. 
Development planning in India.
• National Income and Accounting System.
• Infrastructural development and issues.
• Poverty, Unemployment, Regional Imbalances, as well as
Migration. Urban issues
• Urban development (social and economic infrastructure) and
Housing for Low Income Groups.
• Rural issues, Rural development in addition to
(Social and economic infrastructure) as well as Rural Credit.
• Indicator of development. Furthermore,
Human development & Economic development.
• The co-operative movement in India and M.P.
Importance of agriculture in M.P. and Indian economy.
• Factors of economic development.
• Issues of Direct and Indirect Subsidy for the
farm sector in addition to other social sectors.
• Public Distribution System: Objective, Functioning, Limitation.
Issues of Buffer Stock and Food Security.

General Studies -IV

• Human needs and motivation Ethics in addition to,
Values In Public Administration:
• Ethical elements in governance – integrity, accountability, and transparency.
• Ethical reasoning and moral dilemmas
• Conscience is a source of ethical guidance.
• Code of conduct for civil servants, values in governance.
• Philosophers/Thinkers
• Social workers/Reformers Mahavir, Buddha, Kautilya,
Plato, Aristotle, Gurunanak, Kabir, Tulsidas, Swami Vivekanand, etc.
• Attitude: Besides, the subjective knowledge attitude of applicants is tested as well.
• Content, Elements, Function Formation of attitude.
Attitudinal change, persuasive communication.
• Prejudice and discrimination. Stereotypes in the Indian context
• Aptitude – Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service.
Integrity, impartiality and non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service.
• Empathy, tolerance, and compassion towards the weaker sections.
• Emotional Intelligence
• Furthermore, The Concepts, their utilities, and their application in Administration and Governance.

• Types and Causes of corruption in addition to, Effects of corruption.
• Approaches to minimize corruption- the role of society, media, family, as well as the whistleblower.
• UN Convention on Corruption, measuring corruption;
Transparency International, etc. Case studies

MPPSC Exam Optional Subject

As per the official Madhya Pradesh PSC Exam Pattern, MPPSC allows 31 optional subjects.  Any two subjects can be selected by candidates. The prospectus of the optional papers is at the honours degree level. The difficulty level is higher than a bachelor’s degree level. However lower than a master’s degree level. Applicants can likewise take writing subjects as an optional paper. A total of 8 papers are there. Moreover, There are six compulsory papers and two optional subject papers. The following is a table of optional subjects: –

Agriculture Law
Mechanical Engineering Geology
Indian History Psychology
Electrical Engineering Public Administration
Civil Engineering Physics
Mathematics Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
Political Science and International Relation Anthropology
Statistics Sociology
Commerce and Accountancy Management
Hindi Sanskrit
Economics Forestry
Zoology Medical Sciences
English Literature Geography
Philosophy Chemistry
Horticulture Botany
Urdu        –

MPPSC Civil Services Exam Pattern

The MPPSC exam pattern contains information about the exam’s overall structure. The marking method, total marks, number of sections, and time limit. Applicants must extensively review the MPPSC exam pattern before commencing their studies. Applicants need to understand how they should use their time to achieve a high score. The test pattern for SSE includes information on the objectives.

MPPSC Exam Prelims Pattern

As per the official Madhya Pradesh PSC exam pattern – It is a written exam. The paper is bilingual (Hindi and English). The questions are of multiple-choice type candidates have 2hrs of time to finish up this test.

HPAS prelims have two sections; mainly, each contains 200 questions on diverse topics.

Name of Paper Total number of questions and Marks
Paper 1- General Studies 200 Questions & 100 Marks
Paper 2- Aptitude Test 200 Questions & 100 Marks

MPPSC Exam Mains Pattern

Essentially, Officials will call up aspirants. Specifically, those who achieve minimal qualifying marks in the prelims. Besides, These students can sit the SSE Mains exam. Moreover, The number of candidates invited for the Mains is roughly 20 times the total number of positions to be filled. However, there will be a total of 7 papers in the SSE Mains Exam. Moreover, Unlike prelims, there will be negative marking for wrong options attended in multiple-choice type questions.

Besides, there is a total of eight papers. Moreover, It includes six compulsory papers and two optional subject papers. Besides, The Madhya Pradesh PSC exam pattern or structure is defined in the below-mentioned table-

Name of paper along with the subject Paper wise marks
Paper 1: General Studies Paper-1 300 Marks
Paper 2: General Studies Paper-2 300 Marks
Paper 3: General Studies Paper-3 300 Marks
Paper 4: General Studies Paper-4 200 Marks
Paper 5: Hindi in Devanagari Script 200 Marks
Paper 6: Essay 100 Marks
Total Marks 1400 marks
Optional Papers:
Name of the Paper Marks Per Paper
Paper-7 150 marks
Paper-8 150 marks
Total 300 marks

The maximum number of marks available for the Interview/Viva-voce is 175.

Recommended Books for MPPSC

The goal is to crack the MPCS exam pattern. Therefore, there are numerous books on each subject, which causes candidates to become perplexed. Moreover, We selected the finest books based on feedback from IAS toppers, IAS mentors, MPCS toppers, university professors, and exam experts. Besides, The following are the top books for the HPSC exam, organized by subject and based on the MPCS syllabus.

Besides this, applicants can search for various resources online. The collective approach of online as well as the offline study will help indeed.

Current Affairs and Aptitude

  • Newspaper (The Hindu)
  • Madhya Pradesh Ek Parichaya by McGraw-Hill publication
  • Monthly magazines Yojana/Kurukshetra
  • Daily news analysis by Jatin Verma
  • PIB analysis by Jatin Verma
  • Analytical reasoning and logical ability by Piyush Bhardwaj
  • Analytical Reasoning by K Pandey
  • Quantitative Aptitude by S Aggarwal

Indian and Madhya Pradesh Economy

  • Indian Economic Development NCERT
  • Introduction to Macroeconomics NCERT
  • Booklet on Madhya Pradesh Economy
  • Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh
  • Niti Aayog Reports (Particular to Madhya Pradesh)
  • The Indian Economy by Sanjeev Verma

Madhya Pradesh General Knowledge section

  • MP General Knowledge (Arihant)
  • Samsamyiki semi-annual (Maheshwari)
  • Pratiyogita Nirdeshika magazine past six months issues
  • Previous papers- Kiran Publications
  • MP state website


  • Ancient History of Class 11th by R.S. Sharma
  • India’s Ancient Past by R.S. Sharma
  • Indian Art and Culture by Nitin Singhania
  • Medieval History NCERT Class XI-XII
  • NCERT XII (Modern Indian History)
  • A brief history of Modern India by Spectrum
  • India after Gandhi by Ramachandra Guha.


  • Physical and Human Geography by G.C. Leong.
  • Indian Geography – Class 10th and 12th NCERT

Indian Polity

  • Constitution of India Bare Act
  • Indian polity by Laxmikant.

Science and Technology

  • Science and technology by Ashok Singh

Environment & Ecology

  • Environmental Studies Books of IGNOU and NOS
  • Environment Book by DS Khullar

MPPSC Exam Preparation Tips

  • Firstly, the first step is to obtain a copy of the curriculum and keep it with you at all times. Begin by going through NCERT textbooks and marking the concepts that are important to the MPSSE syllabus. As well as Make notes on the various sections of the prelims and mains examinations.
  • Secondly, Arrange the study plan pleasingly as per your suitability. This keeps track of how much you know and gives you a sense of accomplishment.
  • Moreover, Aspirants should practice reading comprehension, logical thinking, and English grammar for the aptitude exam prelims paper. The questions from these categories are asked chiefly in the majority of aptitude exams.
  • Also, follow the previous year’s question papers for the Reading Comprehensions segment.
  • Moreover, For conceptual clarity, read NCERT books. Do in-depth studies of important themes from the classic books mentioned above.
  • Furthermore, regularly reading newspapers and magazines will help you keep up with current events in economic, political, and social issues, as well as policy changes. Any newspaper can be followed for this. The Tribune is a highly recommended newspaper.

MPPSC Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

A Few More Tips –

To keep up with socio-economic, political, and development issues, subscribe to Madhya Pradesh magazine.

  • Firstly, Aspirants can either enroll in coaching sessions or use online preparation tools to crack the Madhya Pradesh PSC Exam certainly. Moreover, Self-study and analysis are critical for aspirants to improve their preparation.
  • Secondly, Mock tests are the best way to see how far you’ve progressed in your preparation. Moreover, It assists in determining the positive and negative aspects of a situation. Besides, Prepare a strategy that is effective for you. However, An objective assessment of your performance can assist you. Moreover, It can assist you in determining the best course of action.
  • Also, Make your writing skills efficient and robust.
  • Moreover, Enhance your communication skills as much as you can.
  • However, Learn how to manage your time as well as topics.
  • Also, Take mock tests as much as possible.
  • Moreover, Begin with the fundamental premise for a smooth start.

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Q.1 Can final year candidates appear in the MPPSC Exam?

Ans. Yes. The final-year candidates can appear for the exam. Besides, Applicants need to secure passing marks by all means. However, the final mark sheet is required at the time of final verification. Besides, The verification is done of selected candidates.

Q.2 What is the mode of examination for MPSC?

Ans. The written exams take place offline. Moreover, the venue for the exam is the MPPSC headquarter. Besides, The HQ is in Indore.

Q.3 Is there any negative marking in the MPPSC Prelims exam?

Ans. It is as per the official Madhya Pradesh PSC exam pattern. Therefore, yes, each incorrect response carries a penalty of one by three. Moreover, for each incorrect answer, one-third of the marks assigned to the question will be deducted. You can check more information on official website of MPPSC.

Q.4 Which is the best way to take a mock test for MPSC exam?

Ans. Many coaching institutes provide suitable study material for the exam. Besides, you can download some app for the mock test.

Q.5 Is the subject of fine arts given in the optional subject list for MPSC?

Ans. It is as per the official Madhya Pradesh PSC exam pattern. Therefore, the list of optional subjects has 31 subjects, and fine arts is not one.

Q.6 What is the syllabus for MPPSC 2022?

Ans. II General Studies (Constitution, Security Issues, Social Legislation, Social Sector, etc.) III General Studies (Science and Technology, Reasoning and Data Interpretation, Technology, etc.) IV General Studies (Human needs and Motivation, Philosophers, Attitude, etc.)

Q.7 Which language is best for the MPPSC exam?

Ans. This paper checks your proficiency in the Hindi language. Study Hindi Grammar from any standard book and practice letter, report writing etc to secure good marks and take an edge from other students.

Q.8 Can I clear MPPSC in 3 months?

Ans. Yes, If you have three months to complete your syllabus, you will need to devote at least 12 to 15 hours per day to your studies and eliminate any distractions from your life.

Q.9 Which language is best for MPPSC exam?

Ans. In the MPPSC exam, there are just two language options: English and Hindi.

Because MP is a Hindi-speaking state, roughly half of the candidates running in Hindi. However, this trend is waning.

Both English and Hindi have advantages and disadvantages.


  • In Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, and Gwalior, the majority of mppsc coachings teach in Hindi.
  • The majority of the mppsc study materials are in Hindi.
  • In mppsc mains, there is a compulsory Hindi language paper as well as an essay paper that is entirely in Hindi; however, unlike UPSC, where compulsory language papers are just qualifying, marks are added to both of these papers.
  • If you are fluent in Hindi, point 3 will help you score higher in the mains.
  • I don’t believe there are any disadvantages to learning Hindi, except that presently, the majority of applicants picked for MPPSC and UPSC are from the English medium solely.


  • Only a few mppsc-specific coachings are available in English.
  • The MPPSC study materials and publications written in English are of poor quality.
  • Due to a paucity of decent English-language books, English-medium students frequently use or translate Hindi-medium texts.
  • English-medium students struggle with Hindi language and essay papers and receive worse grades as a result.
  • The internet, on the other hand, might be useful for finding relevant mppsc subjects in English.
  • I recommend that you write your answers in whichever of the two languages you are most comfortable with because each paper in the mains will need you to write 2500 words.


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