MPSC PSI recruitment 2017: Answer key released, candidates may check here

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New Delhi | Updated: March 16, 2017 9:15:52 PM

Answer keys for Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) police sub-inspector (PSI) preliminary exam 2017 is out and candidates who were waiting for the results can check their answers from the MPSC website now.

Commission has allso invited submission of representations for any of the questions in the paper. (Representative image: Reuters)

Answer keys for Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) police sub-inspector (PSI) preliminary exam 2017 is out and candidates who were waiting for the results can check their answers from the MPSC website now. As per the Hindustan Times”prelims were held on March 12 for nearly 750 vacant police sub inspector posts in Maharashtra. The answer key can be found in the form of a PDF on the website of the commission.

Commission has allso invited submission of representations for any of the questions in the paper. Candidates who wish to challenge the answer key may send their representations to the given address before March 21. Steps to download the MPSC PSI recruitment 2017 answer key:

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– You can go to the official MPSC website (mpsc.gov.in).

– Then go to the notifications page, the link has been provided in the home page.

– After that Click on “54-2016 – Police Sub Inspector Preliminary Examination 2016-First Answer Key”.

– A PDF will then open ahowing answers.

– Cross check answers.

– Download PDF and take a print out.

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