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MPSC releases application form for Combined Competitive Examination 2019 on January 11; apply till February 3

Fri, 11/01/2019 - 18:14:58 IST

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 11: Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC) has released the application form of Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive Examination (Manipur CSCCE) 2019 on January 11, 2019. The last day to fill the application form is February 3, 2019. To apply for Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive Examination (Manipur CSCCE), candidates will have to visit the official website - https://mpscmanipur.gov.in/.

Candidates who are between 21 to 38 years of age with graduation degree can apply for Manipur CSCCE. In order to fill the application form, candidates have to register for the exam by submitting their basic details. After successful registration, candidates have to upload passport size photograph, signature, personal details like name, father’s name, mother’s name, educational qualification, language and pay the application fee.

General and OBC category candidates have to pay Rs. 600 as application fee whereas SC/ST candidates have to pay Rs. 400. The application fee can be paid through net banking, Visa/Credit/Debit/Master card. Post the submission of application form, candidates must take a print copy for future references.

Only those candidates whose application form will be accepted by the commission will be issued admit card for preliminary exam. Candidates will be able to download Manipur CSCCE admit card for preliminary exam from February 9, 2019 from the official website. The date of Manipur CSCCE preliminary exam has not been announced by commission yet.

The notification was released on January 9, 2019 for the recruitment of officials in Civil Services Grade-II, Police Services Grade-II, Finance Services Grade-III, Sub- Divisional Collector officers etc. As many as 70 vacancies have been announced for 2019 recruitment. The selection process of Manipur CSCCE involves three stages - Preliminary, Mains and Interview.


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