Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) has released online the Admit Cards of the candidates who have registered for the Patwari Exams to be held later this month.
MPPEB Vyapam Patwari Admit Cards can be downloaded from the official website of Vyapam or MPPEB - vyapam.nic.in.
Meanwhile, in a notification posted on the official website of Vyapam, it is announced that the official website of vyapam will also be changed to another name www.peb.mp.gov.in very soon.
As per the notification released by the state government, the total 9235 vacancies released are for Madhya Pradesh Patwari, Tehsildar, and Nayab Tehsildar posts.
The Madhya Pradesh Patwari exam selection procedure will be based on the objective type written examination. Candidates, who will get marks as per the cutoff, will be selected for the next round. For more details, candidates are advised to read MP Patwari Bharti Notification 2017 which is placed above.
The MP Patwari exam pattern is based on subjects English, Hindi, Mathematics, Computer Knowledge, General Knowledge and Current Affairs. Each paper will be of 100 marks and time is 120 Minutes.
The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) will release the admit card for Patwari Written Examination on the official website before 10 to 15 days of examination. Applicants must carry MP Patwari Call Letter 2017 with valid ID proof on the exam day.
As per the released information, MP Patwari 2017 Exam Result will be declared after 2-3 months of the examination.
More than 10 lakh people from different parts of the state have applied for the exam which will be held in two shifts every day.
The number of applications indicates that every 70th person in the state applied for the job of maintaining revenue land records, which observers believed was an indication of rampant unemployment in MP.
According to a recent report about one-third of the applicants for the lowest job in revenue department possessed PhDs, post-graduate degrees in arts, science and technical education.
The report also said that about 1.5 lakh candidates had engineering degrees, 1 lakh were MBA graduates and about 50,000 held post-graduate degrees in arts and science.
A candidate just needs to be a graduate to sit for the exam which will be held from 9th to 31st December, 2017 to fill about 9,235 patwari posts.