MPPSC SSE 2022 mains exam result

MPPSC SSE 2022 mains exam result- MPPSC SSE 2022 Mains exam will be held from 8th to 13th January; Results will come only for 87% posts.

Two big exams of MPPSC are to be held in January 2024. The Mains exam of MPPSC State Services Exam – 2022 will be held between 8th to 13th January.

Apart from this, Assistant Professor i.e. Assistant Headmaster recruitment examination for 8 subjects will be held on January 28.

13,601 candidates will give the exam

There will be recruitment on 427 posts through State Services Mains – 2022 exam. 13,601 candidates will appear for this exam and for this, centers have been set up in 10 districts in the state. However, due to OBC reservation controversy, results will be released only for 87% posts.

MPPSC SSE – 2022 Prelims Exam was held on 21st May.

Since the issue of OBC reservation was pending in the court, the Commission had declared the prelims result in two parts with the 87:13 formula.

A total of 10,351 candidates were selected for 405 posts through 87 percent formula. At the same time, 3,250 candidates were selected for 52 posts through 13 percent formula.

Actually, the prelims of MPPSC State Service Exam was held on 21st May. A total of 1 lakh 88 thousand candidates had appeared for 457 posts in the examination conducted in all the districts across the state.

There are 110 posts due to OBC reservation dispute.

Due to the OBC reservation dispute being in the court, MPPSC has reserved a total of 110 OBC posts (27 percent reservation). Of these also, there are 58 posts in 14% part and 52 posts in 13% part.

If the increased OBC reservation is implemented as per the court decision, there will be a total of 110 posts. At the same time, if only 15 percent reservation already implemented is accepted, then a total of 58 posts will remain in OBC category.

Due to pending case of 27% OBC reservation, result will come only for 87% posts.

The case of 27% reservation for OBC in Madhya Pradesh is currently pending in the High Court. If this quota is implemented then the total reservation limit in the state will reach 73%. In such a situation, the court has issued an interim order and banned the implementation of 27% OBC quota.

At present, appointments are to be made according to 14% OBC reservation only. Till the final judgment of the court, the commission has been allowed to release the results only for 87% of the posts.

Assistant professor recruitment exam is to be held on 28 January

Apart from this, after the Assistant Professor Recruitment Examination on January 28, the result will be declared within 30-45 days. After this the candidates will be called for interview.

According to the Commission, the interview process will be completed before the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and the implementation of the code of conduct.

According to the Commission, the selection process for all such examinations for which notifications have been issued will be completed before the implementation of the code of conduct.

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