About Manipur CSCCE 2019

Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC) has released notification for Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive Examination 2019. As many as 70 vacancies will be filled through this examination. According to the eligibility criteria, any graduate candidates between 21 to 38 years can apply for the exam. Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive examination comprises three-stage selection process – Preliminary, Mains and Interview. The exam is conducted to select candidates for various administrative positions including Manipur Civil Service Grade-II officers, Sub-Deputy Collector, Election Officer, Manipur Secretariat Service/Section Officer, etc.

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Highlights

Full Exam Name Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive Exam
Short Exam Name Manipur CSCCE
Conducting Body Manipur Public Service Commission
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Languages English
Mode of Application Online
Application Fee (General) 600 Rs [Online]
Mode of Exam Offline
Mode of Counselling Offline
Manipur CSCCE Main Exam - Duration 3 Hours
Number of Seats 70 Seats

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Manipur CSCCE 2019 Important Dates

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Manipur CSCCE Preliminary Exam (Session 2019)

Past Dates and Events

12 May, 2019

Exam | Mode: Offline

Manipur CSCCE (Session 2019)

Past Dates and Events

11 Jan, 2019 - 10 Feb, 2019

Application | Mode: Online

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Eligibility Criteria

Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive Exam eligibility criteria is prescribed by the examination authority. The eligibility criteria provide details regarding age and educational qualification which candidates need to fulfil inorder to be eligible for the exam. Manipur Civil Services eligibility criteria are given below. 

Age: Candidates should be between 21 to 38 years. SC/ST category candidates have 5 years relaxation in the upper age limit,  3 years for OBC and 10 years for Differently Abled Persons (DAP).

Educational Qualification: Any graduate candidates can apply for the exam. Candidates need to submit the proof of their eligibility along with the application form of mains exam.  

Candidates with technical and professional qualifications recognised by the Government as equivalent to the technical and professional degree are also eligible to apply for the exam. 

Candidates who have passed MBBS or any other Medical Examination but have not completed their Internship by the time of their application Combined Competitive (Main) Examination, will be provisionally admitted to the Exam.

Number of Attempts: Candidates belonging to General Category can appear for the exam 6 times. The number of attempts for OBC candidates is 9. There is no capping in the number of attempts for SC/ST category candidates.


  • Candidates should be an Indian citizen
  • They should speak Manipuri or any of the tribal dialect of Manipur
  • Candidates must be a permanent resident of Manipur

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
OBC, General Online Female, Male ₹ 600
ST, SC Online Female, Male ₹ 400

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Syllabus


English: Unit 01
Comprehension of given passages
English: Unit 02
Precise writing
English: Unit 03
Usage and vocabulary
English: Unit 04
Short essay
English: Unit 05
English: Unit 06
William Shakespeare
English: Unit 07
John Donne
English: Unit 08
John Milton
English: Unit 09
Alexander Pope
English: Unit 10
William Wordsworth
English: Unit 11
Alfred Tennyson
English: Unit 12
Henrik Ibsen
English: Unit 13
Jonathan Swift
English: Unit 14
Jane Austen
English: Unit 15
Henry Fielding
English: Unit 16
Charles Dickens
English: Unit 17
George Eliot
English: Unit 18
Thomas Hardy
English: Unit 19
Mark Twain
English: Unit 20
William Butler Yeats
English: Unit 21
T.S. Eliot
English: Unit 22
W.H. Auden
English: Unit 23
John Osborne
English: Unit 24
Samuel Beckett
English: Unit 25
Philip Larkin
English: Unit 26
A.K. Ramanujan
English: Unit 27
Joseph Conrad
English: Unit 28
James Joyce
English: Unit 29
D.H. Lawrence
English: Unit 30
E.M. Forster
English: Unit 31
Virginia Wolf
English: Unit 32
Raja Rao
English: Unit 33
V.S. Naipal

General studies+

General studies: Unit 01
History of modern India and Indian culture
General studies: Unit 02
Geography of India
General studies: Unit 03
Indian polity
General studies: Unit 04
Current national issues and topics of social relevance
General studies: Unit 05
India and the world
General studies: Unit 06
Indian economy
General studies: Unit 07
International affairs and institutions
General studies: Unit 08
Developments in the field of science and technology, communications and space
General studies: Unit 09
Statistical analysis, graphs and diagrams


Agriculture: Unit 01
Ecology and its relevance to man, natural resources, their sustainable management and conservation
Agriculture: Unit 02
Cropping pattern in different agro-climatic zones of the country
Agriculture: Unit 03
Important features, scope and propagation of various types of forestry plantations
Agriculture: Unit 04
Weeds, their characteristics, dissemination and association with various crops
Agriculture: Unit 05
Soil-physical, chemical and biological properties
Agriculture: Unit 06
Soil conservation planning on watershed basis
Agriculture: Unit 07
Water-use efficiency in relation to crop production, criteria for scheduling irrigations, ways and means of reducing run-off losses of irrigation water
Agriculture: Unit 08
Farm management, scope, important and characteristics, farm planning
Agriculture: Unit 09
Marketing and pricing of agricultural inputs and outputs, price fluctuations and their cost
Agriculture: Unit 10
Agricultural extension, its importance and role, methods of evaluation of extension programmes, socio-economic survey and status of big, small, and marginal farmers and landless agricultural laborers
Agriculture: Unit 11
Cell theory, cell structure, cell organelles and their function, cell division, nucleic acids-structure and function, gene structure and function
Agriculture: Unit 12
History of plant breeding
Agriculture: Unit 13
Seed technology, its importance
Agriculture: Unit 14
Physiology and its significance in agriculture
Agriculture: Unit 15
Enzymes and plant pigments
Agriculture: Unit 16
Growth and development; photoperiods and vernalization
Agriculture: Unit 17
Climatic requirements and cultivation of major fruits, plants, vegetable crops and flower plants
Agriculture: Unit 18
Diseases and pests of field vegetables, orchard and plantation crops of India
Agriculture: Unit 19
Pesticides, their formulations and modes of action
Agriculture: Unit 20
Storage pests and diseases of cereals and pulses, and their control
Agriculture: Unit 21
Food production and consumption trends in India

Animal husbandry and veterinary science+

Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 01
Animal nutrition-energy sources, energy, metabolism and requirements for maintenance and production of milk, meat, eggs and wool
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 02
Animal physiology
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 03
Livestock production and management
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 04
Genetics and animal breeding
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 05
Health and hygiene
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 06
Animal diseases
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 07
Veterinary public health
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 08
Milk and milk products technology
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 09
Meat hygiene and technology
Animal husbandry and veterinary science: Unit 10


Anthropology: Unit 01
Meaning and scope anthropology
Anthropology: Unit 02
Relationship with other disciplines: history, economics, sociology, psychology, political science, life science, medical science
Anthropology: Unit 03
Main branches of anthropology, their scope and relevance
Anthropology: Unit 04
Human evolution and emergence of man
Anthropology: Unit 05
Organic evolution
Anthropology: Unit 06
Phylogenetic status, characteristics and distribution
Anthropology: Unit 07
Evolutionary trend and classification of the order primates
Anthropology: Unit 08
Cultural evolution-broad outlines of pre-historic cultures
Anthropology: Unit 09
Family-definition and typology of family, household and domestic groups
Anthropology: Unit 10
Concept of kinship
Anthropology: Unit 11
Anthropology: Unit 12
Study of culture, patterns and processes
Anthropology: Unit 13
Concept of social change and cultural change
Anthropology: Unit 14
Social structure and social organization, role-analysis and social network
Anthropology: Unit 15
Concept of society
Anthropology: Unit 16
Approaches to the study of culture and society-classical evolutionism
Anthropology: Unit 17
Definitions and functions of religion
Anthropology: Unit 18
Meaning, scope and relevance, principles governing production, distribution and consumption in communities subsisting on hunting-gathering, fishing, pastoralism, horticulture and other economic pursuits
Anthropology: Unit 19
Theoretical foundations
Anthropology: Unit 20
Concepts of developmental anthropological perspective
Anthropology: Unit 21
Concept of research in anthropology, subjectivity and reflexivity in terms of gender class, ideology and ethics
Anthropology: Unit 22
Concept, scope and major branches of human genetics
Anthropology: Unit 23
Method for study of genetic principles in man-family study
Anthropology: Unit 24
Twin study method
Anthropology: Unit 25
Mendelian genetics in man-family study
Anthropology: Unit 26
Concept of genetic polymorphism and selection, Mendelian population, Hardy Weinberg law
Anthropology: Unit 27
Chromosomes and chromosomal aberrations in man, methodology
Anthropology: Unit 28
Concept of race in historical and biological perspective
Anthropology: Unit 29
Ethnic groups of mankind-characteristics and distribution in world, racial classification of human groups
Anthropology: Unit 30
Age, sex and population variation in genetic marker-ABO, Rh blood groups, HLA, Hp, transferring, Gm, blood enzymes
Anthropology: Unit 31
Concepts and methods of ecological anthropology
Anthropology: Unit 32
Relevance in understanding of contemporary society
Anthropology: Unit 33
Concept of human growth and development-stages of growth-prenatal, natal, infant, childhood, adolescence, maturity, senescence
Anthropology: Unit 34
Reproductive biology, demography and population study
Anthropology: Unit 35
Demographic theories-biological, social and cultural
Anthropology: Unit 36
Demographic methods-census, registration system, sample methods, duel reporting system
Anthropology: Unit 37
Population structures and population dynamics
Anthropology: Unit 38
Demographic rates and ratios, life table-structure and utility
Anthropology: Unit 39
Biological and socio-ecological factors influencing fecundity, fertility nasality and mortality
Anthropology: Unit 40
Methods of studying population growth
Anthropology: Unit 41
Biological consequences of population control and family welfare
Anthropology: Unit 42
Anthropology of sports
Anthropology: Unit 43
Nutritional anthropology
Anthropology: Unit 44
Anthropology in designing of defense and other equipments
Anthropology: Unit 45
Forensic anthropology
Anthropology: Unit 46
Methods and principles of personal identification and reconstruction
Anthropology: Unit 47
Applied human genetics-paternity diagnosis genetic counseling and eugenics
Anthropology: Unit 48
DNA technology-prevention and cure of diseases
Anthropology: Unit 49
Anthropo-gentics in medicine
Anthropology: Unit 50
Serogenetics and cytogenetic in reproductive biology
Anthropology: Unit 51
Application of statistical principles in human genetics and physical anthropology
Anthropology: Unit 52
Evolution of the Indian culture and civilization-pre historic
Anthropology: Unit 53
Demographic profile of India-ethnic and linguistic elements in the Indian population and their distribution
Anthropology: Unit 54
The basic structure and nature of traditional Indian social system-a critique
Anthropology: Unit 55
Emergence, growth and development of anthropology in India
Anthropology: Unit 56
Approaches to the study of Indian society and culture-traditional and contemporary
Anthropology: Unit 57
Tribal situation in India-biogenetic variability, linguistic and socio-economic characteristics of the tribal populations and their distribution
Anthropology: Unit 58
Problems of exploitation and deprivation of scheduled castes/scheduled tribes and other backward classes
Anthropology: Unit 59
Social change among the tribes during colonial and post-independent India
Anthropology: Unit 60
History of administration of tribal areas, tribal policies, plans, programmers of tribal development and their implementation


Botany: Unit 01
Microbiology and plant pathology
Botany: Unit 02
Botany: Unit 03
Botany: Unit 04
Botany: Unit 05
Plant utility and exploitation
Botany: Unit 06
Botany: Unit 07
Cell biology
Botany: Unit 08
Genetics, molecular biology and evolution
Botany: Unit 09
Plant breeding, biotechnology and biostatistics
Botany: Unit 10
Physiology and biochemistry
Botany: Unit 11
Ecology and plant geography


Chemistry: Unit 01
Atomic structure
Chemistry: Unit 02
Chemical bonding
Chemistry: Unit 03
Solid state
Chemistry: Unit 04
The gaseous state
Chemistry: Unit 05
Thermodynamics and statistical thermodynamics
Chemistry: Unit 06
Phase equilibrium and solutions
Chemistry: Unit 07
Chemistry: Unit 08
Chemical kinetics
Chemistry: Unit 09
Chemistry: Unit 10
Surface phenomena and catalysis
Chemistry: Unit 11
Bio-inorganic chemistry
Chemistry: Unit 12
Coordination chemistry
Chemistry: Unit 13
General chemistry of ‘f’ block elements
Chemistry: Unit 14
Non-aqueous solvents
Chemistry: Unit 15
Delocalised covalent bonding
Chemistry: Unit 16
Reaction mechanisms
Chemistry: Unit 17
Pericyclic reactions
Chemistry: Unit 18
Chemistry and mechanism of reactions
Chemistry: Unit 19
Polymeric systems
Chemistry: Unit 20
Synthetic uses of reagents
Chemistry: Unit 21
Chemistry: Unit 22
Principles of spectroscopy and applications in structure elucidation

Civil engineering+

Civil engineering: Unit 01
Engineering mechanics
Civil engineering: Unit 02
Strength of materials
Civil engineering: Unit 03
Structural analysis
Civil engineering: Unit 04
Structural steel design
Civil engineering: Unit 05
Design of concrete and masonry structures
Civil engineering: Unit 06
Fluid mechanics
Civil engineering: Unit 07
Dimensional analysis and similitude
Civil engineering: Unit 08
Laminar flow
Civil engineering: Unit 09
Boundary layer
Civil engineering: Unit 10
Open channel flow
Civil engineering: Unit 11
Hydraulic machines and hydropower
Civil engineering: Unit 12
Geo technical engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 13
Construction technology
Civil engineering: Unit 14
Construction equipment
Civil engineering: Unit 15
Construction planning and management
Civil engineering: Unit 16
Survey and transportation engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 17
Civil engineering: Unit 18
Civil engineering: Unit 19
Highway engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 20
Drainage of roads
Civil engineering: Unit 21
Traffic engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 22
Hydrology, water resources and engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 23
Civil engineering: Unit 24
Ground water flow
Civil engineering: Unit 25
Water resources engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 26
Irrigation engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 27
Civil engineering: Unit 28
Water logging
Civil engineering: Unit 29
Canal structures
Civil engineering: Unit 30
Diversion head work
Civil engineering: Unit 31
Storage works
Civil engineering: Unit 32
Civil engineering: Unit 33
River training
Civil engineering: Unit 34
Environmental engineering
Civil engineering: Unit 35
Water supply
Civil engineering: Unit 36
Intake of water
Civil engineering: Unit 37
Water storage and distribution
Civil engineering: Unit 38
Sewerage systems
Civil engineering: Unit 39
Sewage characterisation
Civil engineering: Unit 40
Sewage treatment
Civil engineering: Unit 41
Solid waste
Civil engineering: Unit 42
Environmental pollution

Accounting and finance+

Accounting and finance: Unit 01
Accounting, taxation and auditing
Accounting and finance: Unit 02
Financial accounting
Accounting and finance: Unit 03
Cost accounting
Accounting and finance: Unit 04
Accounting and finance: Unit 05
Accounting and finance: Unit 06
Business finance and financial institutions
Accounting and finance: Unit 07
Organization theory
Accounting and finance: Unit 08
Industrial relations

Computer science+

Computer science: Unit 01
Formal languages and automata theory
Computer science: Unit 02
Computer organisation
Computer science: Unit 03
Operating systems
Computer science: Unit 04
Software engineering
Computer science: Unit 05
Date structures
Computer science: Unit 06
Principle of programming languages
Computer science: Unit 07
Database management
Computer science: Unit 08
Data communication and computer networks


Economics: Unit 01
Ricardian, marshalling and Walrasain approaches to price determination
Economics: Unit 02
Functions of money
Economics: Unit 03
Full employment and Says' Law
Economics: Unit 04
The modern monetary system
Economics: Unit 05
Public finance and its role in market economy in stabilisation
Economics: Unit 06
International economics
Economics: Unit 07
Growth and development
Economics: Unit 08
Evolution of the Indian economy till independence
Economics: Unit 09
Indian economics in post-independent era-contributions of Vakil, Gadgil and Rao
Economics: Unit 10
Economics: Unit 11
Economics: Unit 12
Money and banking
Economics: Unit 13
Index numbers of price levels
Economics: Unit 14
Trade, balance of payments and exchange
Economics: Unit 15
Public finance and fiscal policy
Economics: Unit 16
Economic planning in India


Education: Unit 01
Meaning, definition and scope of education
Education: Unit 02
School and community
Education: Unit 03
Curriculum, definition and types of curricula
Education: Unit 04
Freedom and discipline
Education: Unit 05
Education: Unit 06
Theories of play
Education: Unit 07
Education for national integration and international understanding
Education: Unit 08
Education: Unit 09
Physical basis of mental life
Education: Unit 10
Education: Unit 11
Emotions and instincts
Education: Unit 12
Education: Unit 13
Image and imagination
Education: Unit 14
Education: Unit 15
Education: Unit 16
Statistics in education
Education: Unit 17
Charter act of 1813
Education: Unit 18
Education: Unit 19
Wood’s despatch of 1854
Education: Unit 20
Indian education commission of 1882
Education: Unit 21
Lord Curzon’s educational policy
Education: Unit 22
Gokhale’s bill on primary education
Education: Unit 23
Hartog committees report of 1929
Education: Unit 24
Wardha scheme of education 1937, its implementation in India
Education: Unit 25
Universalisation of elementary education (UEE) in Manipur under EGS & AIE and SSA
Education: Unit 26
Adult education

Electrical engineering+

Electrical engineering: Unit 01
Electrical circuits–theory and applications
Electrical engineering: Unit 02
Signals and systems
Electrical engineering: Unit 03
E.M. theory
Electrical engineering: Unit 04
Analog electronics
Electrical engineering: Unit 05
Digital electronics
Electrical engineering: Unit 06
Energy conversion
Electrical engineering: Unit 07
Power electronics and electric drives
Electrical engineering: Unit 08
Analog communication
Electrical engineering: Unit 09
Microwaves and antenna
Electrical engineering: Unit 10
Control systems
Electrical engineering: Unit 11
Electrical engineering materials
Electrical engineering: Unit 12
Microprocessors and microcomputers
Electrical engineering: Unit 13
Measurement and instrumentation
Electrical engineering: Unit 14
IC technology
Electrical engineering: Unit 15
Power systems : analysis and control
Electrical engineering: Unit 16
Power system protection
Electrical engineering: Unit 17
Non-conventional energy sources and energy management
Electrical engineering: Unit 18
Digital communication
Electrical engineering: Unit 19
Satellite communication, radar and TV
Electrical engineering: Unit 20
Fibre optic system


Geography: Unit 01
Physical geography
Geography: Unit 02
Human geography
Geography: Unit 03
Geography of India
Geography: Unit 04
Physical setting
Geography: Unit 05
Geography: Unit 06
Geography: Unit 07
Geography: Unit 08
Transport, communication and trade
Geography: Unit 09
Cultural setting
Geography: Unit 10
Geography: Unit 11
Regional development and planning
Geography: Unit 12
Political aspects
Geography: Unit 13
Contemporary Issues


Geology: Unit 01
General geology
Geology: Unit 02
Geomorphology and remote sensing
Geology: Unit 03
Structural geology
Geology: Unit 04
Geology: Unit 05
Stratigraphy and geology of India
Geology: Unit 06
Hydrogeology and engineering geology
Geology: Unit 07
Geology: Unit 08
Igneous ad metamorphic petrology
Geology: Unit 09
Geology: Unit 10
Economic geology
Geology: Unit 11
Mining geology
Geology: Unit 12
Geochemistry and environmental geology


History: Unit 01
Sources and approaches to study of early Indian history
History: Unit 02
Early pastoral and agricultural communities
History: Unit 03
The Indus civilization
History: Unit 04
Patterns of settlement, economy, social organization and religion in India
History: Unit 05
Evolution of north Indian society and culture
History: Unit 06
Teachings of Mahavira and Buddha
History: Unit 07
Rise of Magadha
History: Unit 08
Post-Mauryan period in northern and peninsular India
History: Unit 09
India in the Gupta and post-Gupta period (to c. 750)
History: Unit 10
Themes in early Indian cultural history
History: Unit 11
India, 750-1200 : polity, society and economy
History: Unit 12
India, 750-1200: culture, literature, kalhana, historian
History: Unit 13
The 13th century
History: Unit 14
The 14th century
History: Unit 15
Economy society and culture in the 13th and 14th centuries
History: Unit 16
The 15th and early 16th century (political history)
History: Unit 17
The 15th and early 16th century (society, economy and culture)
History: Unit 18
Akbar: His conquests and consolidation of empire
History: Unit 19
Mughal empire in the 17th century
History: Unit 20
Economy and society, 16th and 17th centuries
History: Unit 21
Culture during Mughal empire
History: Unit 22
First half of 18th century
History: Unit 23
Establishment of British rule in India
History: Unit 24
Colonial economy
History: Unit 25
Resistance to colonial rule
History: Unit 26
Socio-cultural impact of colonial rule
History: Unit 27
Economy 1858-1914
History: Unit 28
Early Indian nationalism
History: Unit 29
Inter-war economy of India
History: Unit 30
Nationalism under Gandhi’s leadership
History: Unit 31
Other strands of the national movement
History: Unit 32
Literary and cultural movements
History: Unit 33
Towards freedom
History: Unit 34
First phase of independence (1947-64)
History: Unit 35
Enlightenment and modern ideas
History: Unit 36
Origins of modern politics
History: Unit 37
History: Unit 38
Nation-state system
History: Unit 39
Imperialism and colonialism
History: Unit 40
Revolution and counter-revolution
History: Unit 41
World wars
History: Unit 42
Cold war
History: Unit 43
Colonial liberation
History: Unit 44
Decolonization and underdevelopment
History: Unit 45
Unification of Europe
History: Unit 46
Soviet disintegration and the unipolar world


Law: Unit 01
Constitutional law of India
Law: Unit 02
International law
Law: Unit 03
Law of crimes
Law: Unit 04
Law of contracts and mercantile law


Hindi: Unit 01
History of Hindi language and Nagari lipi
Hindi: Unit 02
History of Hindi literature
Hindi: Unit 03
Kabir : Kabir Granthawali, Ed, Shyam Sundar Das (First hundred sakhis.)
Hindi: Unit 04
Surdas : Bhramar Gitsar, Ed. Ramchandra Shukla (first hundred padas)
Hindi: Unit 05
Tulsidas : Ramchrit Manas (Sundar Kand) Kavitawali (Uttar Kand)
Hindi: Unit 06
Jayasi : Padmawat Ed. Shyam Sundar Das (Sinhal Dwip Khand and Nagmativiyog Khand)
Hindi: Unit 07
Bihari : Bihari Ratnakar Ed. Jagnnath Prasad Ratnakar (first 100 dohas)
Hindi: Unit 08
Maithili Sharan Gupta : Bharat Bharati
Hindi: Unit 09
Prasad : Kamayani (Chinta and Sharddha Sarg)
Hindi: Unit 10
Nirala : Rag-Virag, Ed. Ram Vilas Sharma (Ram ki Shakti Puja and Kukurmutta)
Hindi: Unit 11
Dinkar : Kurushetra
Hindi: Unit 12
Agyeya : angan ke par dwar (asadhya vina)
Hindi: Unit 13
Muktiboth : Brahma Rakshas
Hindi: Unit 14
Nagarjun : badal ko ghirte dekha hai, akal ke bad, harijan gatha
Hindi: Unit 15
Bharatendu : Bharat durdasha
Hindi: Unit 16
Mohan rakesh : ashad ka ek din
Hindi: Unit 17
Ramchandra Shukla : chintamani (part I)
Hindi: Unit 18
Dr. Satyendra : nibandh nilaya-bal Krishna Bhatt, Premchand, Gulab Rai, Hajari Prasad Dwivedi, Ram Vilas Sharma, agyeya, Kuber Nath Rai
Hindi: Unit 19
Premchand : Godan, Premchand ki sarvashreshtha kahaniyan
Hindi: Unit 20
Prasad : Skandgupta
Hindi: Unit 21
Yashpal : Divya
Hindi: Unit 22
Phaniswar Nath Renu : maila anchal
Hindi: Unit 23
Mannu Bhandari : mahabhoj
Hindi: Unit 24
Rajendra Yadav : ek dunia samanantar (all stories)


Manipuri: Unit 01
General characteristics of Manipuri language and history of its development
Manipuri: Unit 02
Significant features of Manipuri language
Manipuri: Unit 03
Literary history of Manipuri
Manipuri: Unit 04
Manipuri folk literature
Manipuri: Unit 05
Aspects of Manipuri culture
Manipuri: Unit 06
Old Manipuri literature
Manipuri: Unit 07
Medieval Manipuri literature
Manipuri: Unit 08
Modern Manipuri literature
Manipuri: Unit 09
Poetry and epic
Manipuri: Unit 10
Manipuri: Unit 11
Novel, short-story and prose


Management: Unit 01
Managerial function
Management: Unit 02
Organizational behavior and design
Management: Unit 03
Quantitative techniques in decision making
Management: Unit 04
Management control system
Management: Unit 05
Strategic cost management
Management: Unit 06
Business environment
Management: Unit 07
Financial management
Management: Unit 08
Marketing management
Management: Unit 09
International business
Management: Unit 10
Operation and materials management
Management: Unit 11
Management information system
Management: Unit 12
Human resource development


Mathematics: Unit 01
Linear algebra
Mathematics: Unit 02
Mathematics: Unit 03
Analytic geometry
Mathematics: Unit 04
Ordinary differential equations
Mathematics: Unit 05
Dynamics, statics and hydrostatics
Mathematics: Unit 06
Vector analysis
Mathematics: Unit 07
Mathematics: Unit 08
Real analysis
Mathematics: Unit 09
Complex analysis
Mathematics: Unit 10
Linear programming
Mathematics: Unit 11
Partial differential equations
Mathematics: Unit 12
Numerical analysis and computer programming
Mathematics: Unit 13
Mechanics and fluid dynamics

Mechanical engineering+

Mechanical engineering: Unit 01
Theory of machines
Mechanical engineering: Unit 02
Mechanics of solids
Mechanical engineering: Unit 03
Engineering materials
Mechanical engineering: Unit 04
Manufacturing science
Mechanical engineering: Unit 05
Manufacturing management
Mechanical engineering: Unit 06
Elements of computation
Mechanical engineering: Unit 07
Mechanical engineering: Unit 08
I.C. engines, fuels and combustion
Mechanical engineering: Unit 09
Heat transfer, refrigeration and air conditioning
Mechanical engineering: Unit 10
Turbo-machines and power plants

Medical science+

Medical science: Unit 01
Human anatomy
Medical science: Unit 02
Human physiology
Medical science: Unit 03
Medical science: Unit 04
Medical science: Unit 05
Medical science: Unit 06
Medical science: Unit 07
Forensic medicine and toxicology
Medical science: Unit 08
General medicine
Medical science: Unit 09
Medical science: Unit 10
Medical science: Unit 11
General surgery
Medical science: Unit 12
Obstetrics and gynaecology including family planning
Medical science: Unit 13
Preventive and social medicine


Philosophy: Unit 01
History and problems of philosophy
Philosophy: Unit 02
Socio-political philosophy
Philosophy: Unit 03
Philosophy of religion


Physics: Unit 01
Classical mechanics
Physics: Unit 02
Special relativity, waves and geometrical optics
Physics: Unit 03
Physical optics
Physics: Unit 04
Electricity and magnetism
Physics: Unit 05
Electromagnetic theory and black body radiation
Physics: Unit 06
Thermal and statistical physics
Physics: Unit 07
Quantum mechanics I
Physics: Unit 08
Quantum mechanics II and atomic physics
Physics: Unit 09
Molecular physics
Physics: Unit 10
Nuclear physics
Physics: Unit 11
Particle physics and solid state physics
Physics: Unit 12

Political science and international relations+

Political science and international relations: Unit 01
Political theory and Indian politics
Political science and international relations: Unit 02
Indian government and politics
Political science and international relations: Unit 03
Comparative politics and international relations
Political science and international relations: Unit 04
Comparative analysis and international politics
Political science and international relations: Unit 05
India and the world


Psychology: Unit 01
Psychology: Unit 02
Methods of psychology
Psychology: Unit 03
Research methods and quantitative analysis
Psychology: Unit 04
Development of human behavior
Psychology: Unit 05
Attention and perception
Psychology: Unit 06
Psychology: Unit 07
Psychology: Unit 08
Thinking and problem solving
Psychology: Unit 09
Intelligence and aptitude
Psychology: Unit 10
Motivation and emotion
Psychology: Unit 11
Psychology: Unit 12
Language and communication
Psychology: Unit 13
Attitudes, values and interests
Psychology: Unit 14
Recent trends
Psychology: Unit 15
Psychology: issues and applications
Psychology: Unit 16
Psychological measurement of individual difference
Psychology: Unit 17
Well being and mental disorders
Psychology: Unit 18
Therapeutic approaches
Psychology: Unit 19
Work psychology and organisational behavior
Psychology: Unit 20
Application of psychology to educational field
Psychology: Unit 21
Community psychology
Psychology: Unit 22
Rehabilitation psychology
Psychology: Unit 23
Application of psychology to disadvantaged groups
Psychology: Unit 24
Psychological and the problem of social integration
Psychology: Unit 25
Application of psychology in information technology and mass media
Psychology: Unit 26
Application of psychology in the field of defence
Psychology: Unit 27
Psychology and economic development
Psychology: Unit 28
Application of psychology to environment and related fields
Psychology: Unit 29
Other applications of psychology

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Structure of public organisations
Public administration: Unit 04
Administrative behavior
Public administration: Unit 05
Accountability and control
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Administrative law
Public administration: Unit 07
Administrative reforms
Public administration: Unit 08
Comparative public administration
Public administration: Unit 09
Development administration
Public administration: Unit 10
Public policy
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Personnel administration
Public administration: Unit 12
Financial administration
Public administration: Unit 13
Indian administration
Public administration: Unit 14
Evolution of Indian administration
Public administration: Unit 15
Constitutional framework
Public administration: Unit 16
Union government and administration
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State government and administration
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District administration
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Local government
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Public sector
Public administration: Unit 21
Public services
Public administration: Unit 22
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Public administration: Unit 23
Machinery for planning
Public administration: Unit 24
Administration of law and order
Public administration: Unit 25
Welfare administration
Public administration: Unit 26
Major issues in Indian administration


Sociology: Unit 01
Sociology-the discipline
Sociology: Unit 02
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Sociology: Unit 03
Techniques of data collection and analysis
Sociology: Unit 04
Pioneering contributions to sociology
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Social stratification
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Social mobility
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Educational system
Sociology: Unit 11
Sociology: Unit 12
Science and technology
Sociology: Unit 13
Social movements
Sociology: Unit 14
Social change and development
Sociology: Unit 15
Historical moorings of the Indian Society
Sociology: Unit 16
Caste system
Sociology: Unit 17
Class structure
Sociology: Unit 18
Marriage, family and kinship
Sociology: Unit 19
Agrarian social structure
Sociology: Unit 20
Industry and society
Sociology: Unit 21
Political processes
Sociology: Unit 22
Sociology: Unit 23
Religion and society
Sociology: Unit 24
Tribal societies
Sociology: Unit 25
Population dynamics
Sociology: Unit 26
Dimensions of development
Sociology: Unit 27
Social change
Sociology: Unit 28
Women and society
Sociology: Unit 29
Social problems


Statistics: Unit 01
Statistics: Unit 02
Statistical inference
Statistics: Unit 03
Linear inference and multivariate analysis
Statistics: Unit 04
Sampling theory and design of experiments
Statistics: Unit 05
Industrial statistics
Statistics: Unit 06
Optimization techniques
Statistics: Unit 07
Quantitative economics and official statistics
Statistics: Unit 08
Demography and psychometry


Zoology: Unit 01
Non-chordata and chordata
Zoology: Unit 02
Zoology: Unit 03
Zoology: Unit 04
Economic zoology
Zoology: Unit 05
Zoology: Unit 06
Instrumental methods
Zoology: Unit 07
Cell biology
Zoology: Unit 08
Zoology: Unit 09
Zoology: Unit 10
Zoology: Unit 11
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Zoology: Unit 13
Developmental biology

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Exam Pattern

Manipur CSCCE Preliminary Exam Exam Pattern

The Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive Exam is conducted to shortlist candidates for the main exam. As per the exam pattern, this test will have questions related to General Studies carrying objective (Multiple Choice Questions). Candidates would need to select the correct answer from the options given in the question paper. 

The total marks of the exam will be 300 and each question in the exam will carry 3 marks. The duration of the exam will be 3 hours and the medium of the exam will be English Language.

Manipur CSCCE Main Exam Exam Pattern

  • The written examination will consist of 8 conventional essay type papers.
  • Paper A which is English is qualifying in nature
  • Marks obtained in all the compulsory papers (Paper-I to Paper-VII) will be considered for merit.
  • Candidates can choose any one of the optional subjects from the list of subjects.
  • The paper on English (Paper A) will be of Class 10 level
  • Each Paper will be of three hours.
  • Candidates will have to answer all the questions in English. Those who have opted for Manipuri and Hindi in optional paper can write the exam in the respective languages. 
  • The mains exam carries 1750 Marks.
  • Essay, General Studies and optional subjects of candidates will be evaluated only if they secure 40% in English.
  • The Personality Test carries 275 marks

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Admit Card

Manipur CSCCE Preliminary Exam Admit Card

Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam admit card is available online for candidates who have successfully submitted the application form. To download the Manipur PSC Civil Services admit card, candidates have to select the post, enter name and date of birth. The admit card carries information regarding candidates as well exam. Candidates need to carry their Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam admit card to the examination centre along with one photo identity proof.

Manipur CSCCE Main Exam Admit Card

Manipur Civil Services admit card for mains exam will be issued to candidates who will qualify the preliminary exam. The admit card will be issued in online mode. Candidates qualifying the mains exam will be issued Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive admit card for Interview. 

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Exam Centers

State City
Manipur Imphal

Documents Required at Exam

  • Aadhaar card
  • Driving license
  • PAN card
  • Passport
  • Voter ID card
  • ID card issued by government authority

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Answer Key

Manipur CSCCE Preliminary Exam Answer Key

The answer key of Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam for Prelims will be available for all sets (A, B, C, D) of General Studies papers. Using Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam answer key, candidates can check the correct answers of questions asked in the exam. Candidates having a doubt with regard to the answers in the answer key can raise objections within the dates prescribed by Manipur Public Service Commission. Candidates need to submit their objections through email only. The objections will be reviewed by the subject matter experts. If the objections raised by candidates are found to be correct, the examination authority will revise the answer key and publish the final answer key. Candidates will be awarded full marks for invalid questions. The result will be prepared based on the final answer key.

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Result

Manipur CSCCE Preliminary Exam Result

Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam result will be announced online. The result PDF will contain the roll numbers of qualified candidates. On the basis of Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam result of the preliminary exam, candidates will be selected for the mains exam. The merit list for Manipur Civil Services mains exam will be determined based on the minimum qualifying marks of 33% in General Studies Paper 2 and total qualifying marks of General Studies Paper 1. The number of candidates to be selected for the mains examination will be 12 to 13 times the number of vacancies. Approximately, 840 to 910 candidates will be selected for the mains exam. The preliminary exam serves as a screening test for the mains exam. The marks obtained in the preliminary examination by candidates will not be considered for the final merit list. 

Manipur CSCCE Main Exam Result

Manipur Civil Services result for mains exam will be available online in PDF format. The result will display the roll numbers of qualified candidates for Interview. The marks obtained in the mains exam will be counted for final merit list. The number of candidates to be selected for the interview will be twice the number of vacancies. Only those candidates who will secure qualifying marks in the mains exam will be called for the interview.

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Cutoff

Manipur CSCCE Preliminary Exam Cutoff

The cutoff of Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure to qualify the exam and become eligible for next round of selection process. Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam cutoff will be released along with the result. Based on the cutoff marks, candidates will be selected for the mains exam. The cutoff will be calculated out of the total marks which is 400.  In 2016, Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam cutoff for UR, OBC, SC was 171 while it was 168 for ST. The cutoff for Loco-Ortho (DAF) was 132.

Manipur CSCCE Main Exam Cutoff

The cutoff of Manipur Civil Services for mains exam will be announced after completion of final selection process. Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive exam cutoff will be calculated out of 1750 Marks. Based on the cutoff, candidates will be selected for Interview. 

Manipur CSCCE 2019 Counselling Centers

State City
Manipur Imphal

Documents Required at Counselling

  • Date of birth certificate or high school mark sheet with date of birth
  • Original scorecard
  • Marksheet/certificate of class 10 and 12 examination
  • Certificate regarding degree/post-graduate/other examinations passed
  • Passport size photographs and one should attached to interview call letter
  • Character certificate
  • Medical certificate for physically challenged candidates
  • Discharge certificate in applied under ex-servicemen
  • Aadhaar card/passport/pan card/voter id card /driving license /any other photo id card issued by the statutory authorities with affixed photograph

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