By | 18 Jan 2023 at 12:00 PM
SAIL Recruitment 2022: Apply for 146 Attendant-cum-Technician Trainee posts

MP Patwari Bharti 2023: The application deadline for MP Patwari recruitment is tomorrow, January 19. The application process for the Madhya Pradesh Staff Selection Board’s recruitment of 9073 Patwari and Group-2 Sub Group-4 positions will only be open until tomorrow. If any interested candidates have not yet applied, they can do so by going to peb.mponline.gov.in. Of the total 9073 posts, there are 6755 posts of Patwari. There are 2113 unreserved Patwari positions available. 569 seats are reserved for the EWS, 868 for the SC, 1738 for the ST, and 1518 for the OBC. The recruitment process for these positions will begin on March 15, 2023.

20 facts about this recruitment

1. Graduation in any discipline is required for the position of Patwari. Patwari selection requires a CPCT score card as well as Hindi typing and computer proficiency. However, if the CPCT exam is not passed, the selected candidate must complete the probation period within three years of being appointed, or the appointment will be cancelled.

2. Age range: 18 to 40 years. The maximum age limit for SC, ST, and OBC will be reduced by five years.

3. Due to Kovid, candidates have been given a three-year age limit relaxation until December 2023. Age will be calculated beginning January 1, 2023.

4. Candidates should remember that they should only apply for different positions. They do not need to apply for each position separately. They must indicate their preference for the positions on the application form.

5. Patwari – Salary Range: 5200-20200+2100 Grade Pay

Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Neemuch, Ratlam, Mandsaur, Sagar, Satan, Khandwa and Sidhi, Rewa are the examination cities.

7. The written exam will be worth 200 points. Questions from General Science, General Hindi, General English, and General Mathematics will be asked in the 100-mark paper. The other 100-point paper will include questions on General Knowledge & Aptitude, General Computer Knowledge, General Reasoning Ability, and General Management.

8. Fee for Application

For unreserved candidates, the fee is Rs.520. For SC, ST, OBC, and Divyang (only for MP candidates), the fee is Rs.250. Online Application – Portal fee of MP Online for candidates filling online through Kiosk – Rs.60.
Direct Hiring – Backlog – No Fee

9. Because these documents must be uploaded at the time of application, keep them scanned.

The candidate’s colour photograph, signature, and handwriting should be scanned in accordance with Form Format 1. These must be submitted with the online application form.
Keep a scanned copy of your eighth, tenth, or twelfth grade report card as proof of your date of birth.
Candidates from SC, ST, and OBC groups should keep their caste certificates scanned.

10. Photographic guidelines

The colour photo’s background should be white. Not more than three months old. The date of the photograph and the candidate’s name should be written on the photograph. Candidates must appear in the exam with the same appearance (beard or clean shaven) as in the application photo. If you wear glasses to read, have your photo taken while wearing them. Keep at least five copies of your photographs in a safe place. Will come in handy in the future.

11. How to Use

The application can be submitted in two ways: online at internet cafe kiosks or in person at www.mponline.gov.in. If you are using a kiosk, take the computerised application form cum receipt from the kiosk holder. The fee information is included in the details filled out on the online application form. If a detail is incorrect, it can be corrected later.

12. Keep in mind that the details and number of the permanent body mark, as well as the photo ID to be shown at the time of the examination, must be entered into the application form. The application will not be accepted unless this is provided.

13. How to Fill Out Your Own Application

  • Navigate to www.mponline.gov.in.
  • On the home page, click on the application under Citizen Services. Then navigate to the PEB link. Continue by clicking the Continue button.
  • Fill out the application form completely. Using the browse button, upload your photo, signature, or handwriting. Only jpg files should be uploaded. Payment can be made by Credit Card, Debit Card, or Internet Banking.
  • After completing the application form, print a copy for yourself and keep it with you. The admit card will be extracted from the application form command itself.

14. Minimum Qualifying Scores

Candidates in the MP Patwari and Group-2 Sub Group-4 Recruitment Examination must also meet minimum qualifying marks. Candidates from the unreserved category must have at least 50%, SC, OBC, ST, and Divyang candidates must have at least 40%. Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) have also received a 10% reduction. That is, the minimum qualifying marks for the EWS category have also been set at 40%. Candidates should not regard these as cutoff points. This is only the minimum qualifying score. He needs to get a lot of points.

15. 73 percent of the reservations will be kept.

In the MP Patwari and Group-2 recruitment exams, there will be 73 percent vertical reservation. Reservations will be made for 20% of the ST, 16% of the SC, 27% of the OBC, and 10% of the EWS categories. The General Administration Department’s district-level reservation roster will be applicable for district-level posts.

16. Patwari is a district-level cadre position. In this case, candidates must specify the district in which they wish to be posted on their application form. District preferences will not change following application. It has been said in the notification that no selected candidate will be posted in the home tehsil. Candidates should keep in mind that they should only apply for specific positions. They do not need to apply for each position separately. They must indicate their preference for the positions on the application form.

17. The district-wise vacancy list shows that Gwalior, Datia, and Bhopal have the fewest vacancies. While Rewa and Balaghat have the most open positions.

18. District wise posts vacancy

Sheopur – 21 Posts
Morena – 16 Posts
Gwalior – 01 Post
Shivpuri – 31 Posts
Guna – 96 Posts
Ashok Nagar – 86 Posts
Datia – 07 Posts
Ujjain – 131 Posts
Dewas – 150 Posts
Ratlam – 101 Posts
Shajapur – 71 Posts
Agar Malwa – 76 Posts
Mandsaur – 128 Posts
Neemuch – 66 Posts
Indore – 58 Posts
Dhar – 261 Posts
Jhabua – 155 Posts
Alirajpur – 130 Posts
Khargone – 275 Posts
Barwani – 219 Posts
Khandwa – 146 Posts
Burhanpur – 87 Posts
Bhopal – 14 Posts
Sehore – 188 Posts
Raisen – 130
Rajgarh – 212 Posts
Vidisha – 115 Posts
Betul – 229 Posts
Hoshangabad – 113 Posts
Harda – 45 Posts
Sagar – 197 Posts
Damoh – 138 Posts
Panna – 95 Posts
Chhatarpur – 98 Posts
Tikamgarh – 56 Posts
Niwari – 24 Posts
Jabalpur – 214 Posts
Katni – 137 Posts
Narsinghpur – 112 Posts
Chhindwara – 285 Posts
Seoni – 282 Posts
Mandla – 145 Posts
Dindori – 150 Posts
Balaghat – 352 Posts
Rewa – 395 Posts
Shahdol – 152 Posts
Anuppur – 115 Posts
Umaria – 106 Posts
Direct – 163 Posts
Singrauli – 81 Posts
Satna – Total 100 Posts

19. There is no need to send the print out of the application to the Board after the application.

20. In case of any technical problem in the application, you can call the helpdesk of MP Online on 07556720200 or 18002337899. You can also email [email protected]