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GPSC Exam 2023: Latest News, Date, Eligibility, Salary & Vacancies

September 20, 2022

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About GPSC 2023

The GPSC exam calendar 2022-23 pdf for tests that will be given in 2022 has been released by the Gujarat Public Service Commission. You can find out more about the Gujarat Public Service Commission Exam Calendar 2022 by going to the official website. Aspiring candidates can just look at this newly released pdf of the GPSC Exam Calendar 2022-23 to see when the next exam is.With the help of the latest GPSC New Exam Calendar 2022, candidates can easily find out the exact Upcoming Exam Dates for each post. On the official website @gpsc.gujarat.gov.in, the GPSC Exam Schedule 2022-23 Pdf has been updated for the exams coming up in 2022 and 2023.

Article 315(1) of India’s Constitution said that the Gujarat Public Service Commission had to be set up on May 1, 1960. GPSC’s main jobs are to hold exams for civil service jobs all over the state of Gujarat, to advise the state government on how to hire people for the different civil services of the state, and to set rules about things like appointments, promotions, and transfers, as well as the qualifications of candidates. Problems with state civil servants’ conduct or the law, as well as problems with the governors of Indian states. Along with the official notice for the GPCS Recruitment 2023, 260 job openings have been made public. For GPSC Recruitment 2022, the last day to apply online is July 30, 2022. People who want to apply online should do so before the deadline to avoid any technical problems.

The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) website has tests for people who want to work in group A jobs all over the state of Gujarat. Some of the jobs in Group A are Assistant Engineer (Civil) Class 2, Radiologist Class 1 (Health and Family Welfare), Grade 1 Manager (Road and Building Department), Women and Child Officer, Nursing Officer, Geologist, Municipal Accounts Officer, etc. As soon as an official notice is made, those who want to take the exams for the above civil service jobs should go to GPSC’s website and fill out an application.

GPSC Notification

The exam information such as eligibility, age and education criteria, syllabus, number of papers, phases of GPSC exam, and dates and events will be listed in GPSC calendar 2023 with probable dates will be declared in the form of notification on GPSC official website.

Important EventsDates specific to the events
Notification for GPSC Exam 2023Jan-23
Application start dateJanuary 2023 
Application end dateFeb-23
PositionDeputy Section Class 3 (Mamlatdar) officer
Exam patternCompetitive
Qualifying ExamMains exam marks
Exam Date for Prelims 202216th October 2022
Result of Prelim exam 2022Dec-22
Mains exam date Not Declared 
Result of Mains exam 2022Not Declared 
Interview DateNot Declared 
Final Result of GPSC exam 2022Jun-22
InformationDescription
Name of exam authorityGujarat Public Service Commission
PositionDeputy Section Class 3 (Mamlatdar) officer
Job TypeCivil Service officer class 3
LocationState of Gujarat
Application Online
Application start date15th July 2022
Application end date30th July 2022
GPSC official websiteWebsite Link

GPSC Exam 2023

The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GSPC) conducts competitive exams for recruiting civil services positions across state of Gujarat such as Assistant Engineer (Civil) Class 2 officer, Medical officers, Nursing officer, Municipal Accounts Officer etc. The information regarding how to apply, prepare for the exam, syllabus, recommended resource to prepare from, cut-off marks, various recruitment phases etc. will be announced in the form of notifications over GPSC official website.

Recruitment phases of GPSC 2023 exam

GPSC recruitment exam 2023 is taken in following phases

  • GPSC preliminary exam
  • GPSC Mains exam
  • Final Interview Test

GPSC exam 2022 is to recruit class I, II and III position vacancies across administrative departments of government organizations across the state of Gujarat.

The notifications for various posts such as Assistant Engineer (Civil), Nursing Officer, Forest officer and other class 2 & 3 officer vacancies. The details about the position and eligibility criteria related to age, education and experience, syllabus and number of papers etc. are explained in the notification published for the particular post in GPSC official website. The language of instruction is in Gujarati and English. The GPSC Mains language papers are in English and Gujarati language. The syllabus is in the English language.

GPSC Exam Pattern

GPSC Preliminary Examination

Preliminary Exam papers 2022QuestionsTotal MarksDuration
General Studies – 12002003 Hours
General Studies – 22002003 Hours
Total Marks400 

Note: There is no negative markings in any of the GPSC exams

GPSC 2023: Main Examination

GPSC Mains 2022 exam pattern is as listed below

Mains Exam papers 2022MarksDuration
Guajarati1503 Hours
English1503 Hours
Essay1503 Hours
General Studies 11503 Hours
General Studies 21503 Hours
General Studies 31503 Hours
Total Marks900 

GPSC 2023: Interview

The GPSC Personality or Interview Test will be of 100 marks. The selection of candidate depends on total marks of Mains exam i.e 900 marks plus interview marks i.e 100 marks, totaling 1000 marks

GPSC Syllabus

The GSPC 2023 Syllabus of Preliminary Examination for Gujarat Administrative Service, Class I, Gujarat Civil Services (Class I & II)

The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) preliminary exam is known as Gujarat Public Services Exam for Gujarat Administrative Services Class I and Gujarat Civil Services, Class I & II. GPSC prelims exam contains 2 papers of objective (multiple choices answers) type with 200 questions and 200 marks each. Both exams are of 3 hours duration.

Paper I of The GPSC prelims exam has following subjects

  • History
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations
  • Mental Ability

Paper II of The GPSC prelims exam has following subjects

  • Indian Economy and Planning
  • Geography
  • Science and Technology
  • Current events of regional, national and international importance

General Studies-1 (Preliminary)

Paper NameTotal MarksDurationLanguage
General Studies – I2003 hoursEnglish/Gujarati

GPSC 2022 Syllabus: (A) History

The History subject of General Studies paper I prelims exam has following topics

  • Indus valley Civilization: Features, Sites, Society, Cultural History, Art and Religion. Indus Valley Civilization and Gujarat.
  • Vedic age- Jainism and Buddhism.
  • Foreign invasions on India and their impact.
  • The Mauryan and the Gupta Empire- their administration- social, religious and economic conditions-art, architecture, literature, science and technology.
  • Kanishka ,Harsha and South Indian Dynasties.
  • The Delhi Sultanate, Vijayanagar Empire and the Mughal Empire.
  • The Bhakti Movement and Sufism.
  • Major Dynasties and rulers of Gujarat – administration, economy, society, religion, literature, arts and architecture
  • Independent Sultanate of Gujarat – Sultan Ahmedashah I, Mahmud Begda and Bahadurshah.
  • Gujarat under the Mughals and the Marathas, Gaekwad’s rule in Baroda- Walker’s Settlement.
  • The European Trading companies in India- their struggle for supremacy- with special reference to Bengal, Mysore, Marathas and Hyderabad.
  • Governor-Generals and Viceroys.
  • Indian war of Independence of 1857 – Origin, nature, causes, consequences and significance with special reference to Gujarat.
  • Religious and social Reform Movements in 19th Century in India and Gujarat.
  • India’s Freedom Movement, Revolutionaries in India and abroad.
  • Reform measures by the Princely states of Saurashtra, Kutchh and Gujarat.
  • Mahatma Gandhi, his thoughts, principles and philosophy. Important Satyagraha with special reference to Satyagraha of Gujarat – Kheda, Borsad, Bardoli, Dharasana, Dholera, Rajkot and Limbadi.
  • Role of Sardar Patel in freedom movement and post independence consolidation.
  • Dr. A.B. Ambedkar, his life and contributions to making of Indian Constitution.
  • India after Independence. Reorganization of the States within the country, Maha Gujarat Movement, Major events.

GPSC 2022 Syllabus: (B) Cultural Heritage

The Cultural Heritage Syllabus for GSPC 2022 is,

  • Cultural Heritage of India and Gujarat: Art forms, Literature, Sculpture and Architecture.
  • Indian saint tradition and its impact on psyche of people.
  • Indian Life style, Fairs, Festivals, Food, Costumes and Traditions.
  • Indian Music and its importance.
  • Gujarat’s Museums, Activities of Libraries, Cultural-Religious and Literary importance.
  • Language and dialects of Gujarat.
  • Gujarati Theatre: Drama, songs and different groups.
  • Life of Adivasi (Tribes): Festivals, Fair, Costumes, Rituals etc.
  • Gujarati Literature: Modes, Streams, Litterateurs and Literary Organizations.
  • Pilgrimage and Tourist Places of Gujarat.

GPSC 2022 Syllabus: (C) Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations.

  • The Polity Syllabus for GSPC 2022 is,
  • Indian Constitution: Evolution, features, Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy, Amendments, Significant Provisions and Basic Structure.
  • Functions and Responsibilities of the Union and the States, Parliament and State Legislatures: Structure, Function, Power and Privileges. Issues and challenges pertaining to Federal Structure: Devolution of Power and Finances up to local levels and Challenges therein.
  • Constitutional Authorities: Powers, Functions and Responsibilities.
  • Panchayati Raj.
  • Public Policy and Governance.
  • Impact of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization on Governance.
  • Statutory, Regulatory and Quasi-judicial bodies.
  • Rights Issues (Human rights, Women rights, SC/ST rights, Child rights) etc. India’s Foreign Policy – International Relations – Important Institutions, Agencies and Fora, their structure and mandate Important Policies and Programmes of Central and State Governments

GPSC 2022 Syllabus:  (D) General Mental Ability

The General Mental Stability Syllabus for GSPC 2021 is,

  • Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability.
  • Number Series, Coding –Decoding.
  • Problems related to Relations.
  • Shapes and their Sub-sections, Venn Diagram.
  • Problems based on Clocks, Calendar and Age.
  • Number system and order of Magnitude.
  • Linear Equations – in one or two Variables.
  • Ratio, proportion and variation.
  • Average of mean, median, mode – including weighted mean.
  • Power and exponent, Square, Square Root, Cube Root, H.C.F. and L.C.M.
  • Percentage, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit and loss.
  • Time and Work, Time and Distance, Speed and Distance.
  • Area and Perimeter of Simple Geometrical Shapes, Volume and Surface Area of Sphere, Cone, Cylinder, cubes and Cuboids.
  • Lines, angles and common geometrical figures – properties of transverse of parallel lines, properties of related to measure of sides of a triangles, Pythagoras theorem, quadrilateral, rectangle, parallelogram, and rhombus.
  • Introduction to Algebra – BODMAS, simplification of weird symbols.
  • Data interpretation, Data Analysis, Data sufficiency, Probability.

GPSC 2022 Subject code: CSP2 (Objective)

GPSC 2021: General Studies-2 (Preliminary)

Paper NameTotal MarksDurationLanguage
General Studies – II2003 hoursEnglish/Gujarati

GPSC 2022 Syllabus: (A) Indian Economy and Planning

The Economy Syllabus for GSPC 2022 is,

  • Indian Economy on the eve of Independence, Emergence and development of planning exercise in India – historical debates, plan models and shift in focus over time. Indian economy in post reform period: New Economic Reforms, NITI Aayog : aims, constitution and functions.
  • Agriculture sector: Institutional Structure- Land Reforms in India; Technological change in agriculture- Major Crops and Cropping Patterns in various parts of the country, Irrigation, pricing of agricultural inputs and outputs; Terms of trade between agriculture and industry; Agricultural Finance Policy; Agricultural Marketing and Warehousing; Issues in Food Security and Public Distribution System, Green Revolution, policies for sustainable agriculture and organic farming.
  • Industrial policy: Public Sector enterprises and their performance, Privatization and disinvestments debate, Growth and pattern of industrialization; Small-scale sector; Productivity in industrial sector; Special Economic Zones (SEZ) and industrialization, foreign investment and competition policy
  • Infrastructure in Indian Economy: Meaning and Importance of Infrastructure – Water supply and Sanitation – Energy and Power – Science and Technology – Rural and Urban Infrastructure: Ports, Roads, Airports, Railway, Telecommunication, Social Impact Assessment.
  • Indian Public finance; Indian tax system, public expenditure, public debt, deficit and subsidies in the Indian economy. Center-State financial relation. Recent fiscal and monetary policy issues and their impact, GST: Concept and Implications.
  • Trend, composition, structure and direction of India’s Foreign Trade. India’s Balance of payments Situation in post reforms period.
  • Gujarat economy-An overview; social sector in Gujarat- Education, Health, and Nutrition. Gujarat Economy in relation to India and major states in recent decades, major problems in agriculture, forest, water resources, mining, industry and service Sector. Development policies for economic and social infrastructure – An appraisal.

GPSC 2023 Syllabus: (B) Geography

The Geography Syllabus for GSPC 2022 is,

  • General Geography: Earth in Solar system, Motion of the Earth, Concept of time, Season, Internal Structure of the Earth, Major landforms and their features. Atmosphere-structure and composition, elements and factors of Climate, Airmasses and Fronts, atmospheric disturbances, climate change. Oceans: Physical, chemical and biological characteristics, Hydrological Disasters, Marine and Continental resources.
  • Physical: World, India and Gujarat : Major physical divisions, Earthquakes, landslides, Natural drainage, climatic changes and regions, Monsoon, Natural Vegetation, Parks and Sanctuaries, Major Soil types, Rocks and Minerals.
  • Social: World, India and Gujarat : distribution, density, growth, Sex-ratio, Literacy, Occupational Structure, SC and ST Population, Rural-Urban components, Racial, tribal, religious and linguistic groups, urbanization, migration and metropolitan regions.
  • Economic: World, India and Gujarat: Major sectors of economy, Agriculture, Industry and Services, their salient features. Basic Industries-Agro, mineral, forest, fuel and manpower based Industries, Transport and Trade, Pattern and Issues.

GPSC 2023 Syllabus: (C) Science & Technology

The Science & Technology Syllabus for GSPC 2022 is,

  • Science and Technology: Nature and Scope of Science & Technology; Relevance of Science & Technology to the day to day life; National Policy on Science, Technology and Innovation; Institutes and Organization in India promoting integration of Science, Technology and Innovation, their activities and contribution; Contribution of Prominent Indian Scientists.
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT): Nature and Scope of ICT; Various government schemes promoting, E-Governance programmes and services.
  • Technology in Space & Defense: Evolution of Indian Space Programme; Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) – it’s activities and achievements.
  • Energy Requirement and Efficiency: India’s existing energy needs and deficit; India’s Energy Resources and Dependence, Energy policy of India – Government Policies and Programmes.
  • Nuclear Policy of India and its commitment to the world: India’s Nuclear power programme; India’s nuclear cooperation with other countries; Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and India; Nuclear weapons policy of India.
  •  Environmental Science: Issues and concerns related to environment; Its legal aspects, policies and treaties for the protection of environment at the national and the international level; Biodiversity- its importance and concerns; Climate Change, International Initiatives and India’s commitment; Forest and Wildlife – Legal framework for Forest and Wildlife Conservation in India; Environmental Hazards, pollution, carbon emission, Global warming.

GPSC 2023 Syllabus: (D) Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance.

The Syllabus in GSPC 2022 for Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance is listed below,

GPSC exam 2022 has distribution of marks of the topics and subject for Current Events of Regional, National and international importance are as listed below

Paper NameTotal MarksDurationLanguage
Current Events of Regional, National and International importance1503 hoursEnglish
Sr.No.Type of QuestionMarks
1ESSAY (A minimum of 250 words and a maximum of 300 words): Choose any one topic.20
2LETTER WRITING (in about 150 words): A formal letter expressing one’s opinion about an issue.10
3PRESS RELEASE/ APPEAL (in about 150 words): The PR or appeal should be on an issue pertaining to a recent concern/problem/disaster etc.10
4REPORT WRITING (in about 150 words): A report on an official function/event/field trip/survey etc.15
5WRITING ON VISUAL INFORMATION (in about 150 words): A report on a graph/image/ flow chart/table of comparison etc.15
6FORMAL SPEECH (in about 150 words): A speech (in a formal style)15
7TOPIC WRITING: A topic in about 100 words for a 300-word passage.15
8READING COMPREHENSION: A reading passage of about 250 words to be given followed by 05 Multiple-choice questions and 10 short answer type questions.15
9GSPC 2021- ENGLISH GRAMMAR: Multiple choice questions set from the following list: Tenses b. Voice c. Narration (Direct-Indirect) d. Transformation of sentences e. Use of Articles and Determiners20
10Translation of a short passage (of about 150 words) from Gujarati to English.15
 Total150

GPSC 2023 Essay (Mains Examination)

The Syllabus for Essay in GSPC 2022 is,

Paper NameTotal MarksDurationLanguage
Essay1503 hoursEnglish/Gujarati

Candidates appearing in this paper have to attempt 3 (three) essays, one from each section. The essay should have 800 words.

Objective:

The paper on essay determines a candidate’s ability to describe the subject topic in paragraphs. Each paragraph should support the central idea of an essay. The essay should have sections such as: topic, illustration, examples, details, and descriptions of the topic. Essay subjects are

  • Current Affairs
  • Socio-political issues
  • Socio-economical issues
  • Socio-environmental issues
  • Cultural and historical aspects
  • Issues related to Civic awareness
  • Reflective Topics

Areas of Testing:

This paper would test the following:

  • Ability to compose a well-argued piece of writing
  • Ability to express coherently and sequentially
  • Awareness of the subject chosen
  • Evaluation / Marking

Credit will be given for the following:

  • Observing established rules and format for essay writing
  • Grammatical correctness of expression
  • Originality of thought and expression

Know More – GPSC Exam Pattern and Syllabus

GPSC Eligibility Criteria 

To be eligible for GPSC 2022 recruitment, candidates must fulfil the eligibility criteria listed below

  • Any Graduate Can Apply (Arts, Commerce or Science).
  • The Candidate must have Degree/Graduation in any discipline from recognized University.
  • A final year student is also eligible for the exam.

GPSC 2023: Age Limit

Candidate appearing for the GPSC 2022 exam should have minimum age of 20 years and maximum age limit up to 35 years.

GPSC 2023: Age Relaxation 

GPSC exam authorities has age limit relaxed for SC/ST candidates of up to 5 years (maximum age limit up to 40 years) and age limit relaxed for OBC candidates is up to 3 years (maximum age limit up to 40 years)

GPSC Administrative Services Recruitment Exam

The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) announce the notification for administrative service recruitment over their official website to recruit qualified candidates for the various posts such as Accounts Officer, Range Forest Officer, Geologist etc. The selection of candidates depend upon their score in mains test and interview. GPSC has declared approximately 1427+ vacancies for various posts across civil services offices across state of Gujarat.

Post NameMultiple Positions
Number of Vacancies1427+
Official Notification LinkGPSC
Notification Release Date16th March 2022
Starting Date to Apply18th July 2022
Last Date to Apply1st August 2022
Educational QualificationThe candidates must have a Degree/Master’s Degree/PG from the university which is recognized by the government.
Job LocationState of Gujarat

GPSC Vacancy Details

The list of vacancies across the various positions are advertised over GPSC official website.

Advertised onPosition NameNumber of vacanciesQualification required
Jul-22Deputy Section Officer or Deputy Mamlatdar340Any Bachelor degree
Jul-22Veterinary Officer80BVSC
Jun-22Assistant Engineer215BSC, B.Tech/BE, Diploma, Masters, MSc, MTech, MS/MD
Nov-21Nursing Superintendent19BSc. MSc.
Nov-21ICT officer32B.Tech/B.E/, MCA
Nov-21Assistant Director6B.Tech/B.E
Oct-21State Tax officer, District Registrar100Any Bachelor degree

GPSC Salary

The salaries for GSPC 2021 recruitment is based on the respective classes that they get into

Class- IRs 56,100 – Rs 1,77,500 & other allowances (According to 7th Pay Commission)
Class-IIRs 44,900 – Rs 1,42,400 & other allowances (According to 7th Pay commission)

How to Apply?

Aspirant candidates who wish to join the civil services positions across the government offices as class 1 and class 2 officers can apply on the Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) official website Candidates should apply for the examination starting from 15th July 2022 till 30th July 2022.

Candidates who wish to secure civil services position (class 1 & 2) in government offices across state of Gujarat should apply in the steps listed below

  1. Candidate should visit GPSC official website.
  2. Select Registration from menus and select Apply submenus under it.
  3. Complete the application form as per the instructions
  4. Candidate can click on Save button after all the information is filled in.
  5. Take a printout of the application form for future reference.

GPSC Exam Fees

The exam fees for GPSC 2022 exam for various categories are as listed below

  • The Unreserved or General Category candidates should pay exam fees of Rs. 100/- plus post office charges at any of the computerized post offices across the state of Gujarat by paying the fees in cash.
  • Candidates can visit the official website and pay online
  • Candidates of category SC/ST and Economically weaker section, physically disabled and ex-servicemen have been exempted from paying the exam fees.

GPSC Exam Centers

GPSC exam centres across state of Gujarat are listed in the table below.

AhmedabadPatan
BharuchRajkot
BhavnagarSk(Himmatnagar)
Bk(Palanpur)Surat
JamnagarSurendranagar
JunagadhTapi (Vyara)
Kutch BhujVadodara
MahesanaValsad

GPSC Admit Card

The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) declares notifications for each and every exam conducted by them on their official website based on the dates of event approaches. Candidates should regularly check any new updates published in the form of news or notifications over the official website. Candidates will find details of application start date and end date for IBPS PO exam. due date of paying the exam fees, syllabus, exam paper pattern, recommended books and resources, event calendar, any preponed or postpone of dates can be declared as notification or update. Candidates will find download link of admit card, a document with candidate’s information and details about exam they are appearing. cut-off marks, results etc. can also be found over the website.

Note: GPSC sends download link for admit card to the shortlisted candidates over their registered email based on the posts applied for. Candidates should regularly visit their email, news updates or notification for any changes of events or dates or some of the important events on GPSC official website.

How to Download GPSC 2023 Admit Card?

Candidates appearing for GPSC exams will require admit card which will allow them to enter the exam centre and appear for the exam. Admit card is mandatory document to be carried along with photo identity document such as Aadhar card, PAN card, voter’s ID or passport. Admit card can be downloaded from GPSC official website by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Candidates should visit GPSC official website
  • Click on section Admit Card, enter their login details like registration number or roll number, date of birth or password
  • Candidate can view their admit card on the screen and check any spelling mistake or incorrect information
  • If all the details are correct, clicking on download button will allow admit card file onto the computer’s download folder.
  • Candidate should take a print out of the Admit Card as it is essential document to be carried out along with photo ID to exam centre.

GPSC 2023: Admit Card Details

Admit card for GPSC 2022 exam will display candidate’s information. Candidate should verify the information are correct and there is no misspelled details before downloading the admit card.

The candidate’s details on admit card are

  • Name of a candidate appearing the exam
  • Date of Birth of a candidate
  • Gender
  • Candidate’s Father/Husband name
  • Candidate’s photograph
  • Signature of a candidate
  • Venue of exam centre candidate will have to appear exam
  • General instructions for appearing the exam

GPSC 2023: Important Things to Remember for Admit Card

For the GPSC 2023 exam, candidates need to carry the following documents –

  • Valid GPSC Admit Card for the date and sessions of exam
  • Original photo-identity proof displaying the candidates’ names as they appear on the application form
  • Photo-identity proof photocopy
  • Two passport-sized photographs

Candidates should follow following Instructions

  • Double-check all the information before putting it on the application form.
  • Make sure the information on the application form matches that of admit card
  • Don’t forget to carry your admit card during your exam. Your entry will be prohibited without admit card.
  • In the case of an emergency, create photocopies of the same.
  • Ensure a good internet connection while downloading and uploading admit cards.
  • Never forget the login credentials. Write them in your notes for safety. You will not be able to download Admit card without it.
  • Keep your admit card is safe until the recruitment process is completed.

GPSC 2023: Exam Preparation Tips

Candidates should prepare for the exam in following way for excellent results

  • Go through the exam pattern, syllabus, topics and subjects covered and type of questions asked by referring previous year’s papers.
  • Follow the strict time table and revise the topic at least for 3 times before appearing for the exam.
  • Explore all the topics and subjects covered in syllabus – prepare based on Strength, Weakness, opportunity and Threat (SWOT) analysis.
  • Keep an archive of all the preparation content from internet, recommended books and solved papers.
  • Go for quality rather than quantity. set a target for every day, week and frequent time to revise what is prepared during the interval.
  • Based on the pattern you can focus on what is easy to attempt and what is difficult and prepare accordingly.
  • Stay calm, and do not panic during preparation of the subjects covered in GPSC exam.

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Frequently Asked Questions About GPSC Exam 2023 (FAQs)

How many attempts a candidate is allowed for the GPSC exam?

There is no clear information about how many times a candidate can take the exam from the GPSC exam officials. Candidates can take the exam until they are 36 years old, which is the maximum age allowed for the GPSC exam.

What is the qualification required for GPSC?

The requirements for the GPSC exam depend on what kind of job the candidate wants. Those who want to be an Assistant engineer must have a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from a well-known university. In general, people who want to take the GPSC exam should have a bachelor’s degree from a university that is recognized.

What are the posts in GPSC?

GPSC conducts recruitment and exams for various Class I, II, and III level posts such as Deputy Collector, Dy. SP, Taluka Development Officer, Police Inspector, Chief Officer, Nayab Mamlatdar, English and Gujarati reporter Class II, Gujarat legislative secretariat, Class I & II officers in Gujarat Service of Engineering (Civil), Range Officer, Legal Assistant (Class III), Translator.

Which job is best in GPSC?

The post of collector is the best job considered in Gujarat Administrative Examination.