MPSC Recruitment 2023 – 615 Sub-Inspector of Police (PSI) Posts

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission, commonly known as MPSC, is a constitutional body established under Article 315 of the Indian Constitution. Its primary objective is to recruit eligible candidates for various civil service positions in the state of Maharashtra. Are you on the lookout for an exciting and fulfilling career in the public sector in Maharashtra, India? Look no further than the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) Recruitment. In this article, we’ll delve into the intricacies of MPSC, what it offers to aspiring candidates, and how you can kickstart your journey to a promising career.

MPSC Sub-Inspector of Police (PSI) Bharti Details

Department NameMaharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)
Recruitment BoardMaharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC)
Post NameSub-Inspector of Police (PSI) Posts
No. of posts615 Posts
SalaryINR 38600-122800/- Per Month
CategoryMaharashtra Jobs
Application ProcessOffline / Online
Exam modeWritten Test / Interview
languageHindi / English / Marathi
Place of employmentMaharashtra

Post Name

Sub-Inspector of Police (PSI)

No. of Posts

615 Posts


INR 38600-122800/- Per Month

Age Limit

Amagas Candidates: Maximum 35 Years
Backward Class Candidates Maximum 40 Years
Age will be calculated on the last date of receipt of applications 3rd October 2023 as fixed as per advertisement.

Educational Qualification

If you want to apply for the above posts you must have the following educational qualifications. 
Currently working Assistant Police Sub-Inspectors, Police Constables, Police Naiks, and Police Sepoys under the Home Department of the Government of Maharashtra will be eligible for this examination.

4 years of regular service in the case of candidates who are graduates of any discipline of a recognized University.

Maharashtra Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education H.Sc. Exam passed or Maharashtra Govt H.Sc. Qualification recognized as equivalent to 5 years regular service in case of such candidates.

Application Fee

Now let us see the application fee for this recruitment:
Amagas – Rs.544/-.
Backward Classes / a. Du. d. / Orphan – Rs. 344/-.

Selection Procedure

The Indian Coast Guard follows a rigorous selection procedure to ensure that the most deserving candidates are chosen. The process includes the following stages:

1. Written Examination

Candidates are required to appear for a written examination that tests their knowledge in Mathematics, Physics, and basic chemistry.

2. Physical Fitness Test (PFT)

The PFT includes a 1.6-kilometer run, push-ups, and sit-ups, assessing the physical fitness of candidates.

3. Medical Examination

A thorough medical examination is conducted to ensure that candidates are in good health and free from any medical conditions that may affect their duties.

4. Document Verification

Candidates’ documents and certificates are verified to confirm their eligibility.

How to Apply for MPSC PSI Posts

If the candidate has read the complete information given above, now let’s see how to apply. The application process is as follows. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for this job through MPSC official website from 11.09.2023 to 03.10.2023.

Important Dates of MPSC PSI Posts

Starting date of submission of online application11 September 2023
Last date of submission of online application3 October 2023

Important Links for MPSC PSI Posts Recruitment

MPSC PSI Post Application Form
MPSC PSI Post Notification
MPSC Official Website

Admit Card / Result / Syllabus:

MPSC PSI Post Admit Card / Result / Syllabus:
MPSC PSI Post Admit Card
MPSC PSI Post Result
MPSC PSI Post Syllabus

About MPSC

The Maharashtra Public Service Commission is a body created under Article 315 of the Constitution of India to select Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ civil servants for the state of Maharashtra on the basis of merit of applicants and rules of reservation.
MPSC Address:
Bank of India Building,
Third Road, Hutatma Chowk,
M G Road Fort, Mumbai-400001


How can I apply for MPSC exams?

To apply for MPSC exams, visit the official MPSC website and follow the instructions provided in the notifications. Fill out the application form online and submit it before the specified deadline.

What are the age limits for MPSC exams?

The age limits for MPSC exams may vary depending on the nature of the post. Refer to the official notifications for specific age criteria.

Is there any negative marking in MPSC exams?

Yes, MPSC exams often have a provision for negative marking. Candidates must answer carefully to avoid penalty for incorrect answers.

Can I appear for MPSC exams in English?

Yes, MPSC exams provide the option to answer in English or Marathi, depending on the candidate’s preference.

Sub-Inspector of Police (PSI)