500 vacancies for soldiers; see what to study!

The notice is published PM MS competition (Military Police of Mato Grosso do Sul), which offers 500 vacancies for the career of soldiers, with higher education.

Fees reach a value of 5005.00 BRL (after the training course) and objective tests are scheduled for that day December 4.

Applications are open and accepted until November 3, 2022, through the website of Idecano, the organizer of the event. The registration fee amounts to 188.80 BRL.

In this article you will find materials that are charged for the competition. Check it out below:

Discover the courses of the Direction for the PM MS competition

Program content

According to the notification of PM MS competition, The subjects that are charged are the following:

    • Reading, interpretation and analysis of texts: Reading, interpretation and analysis of the meanings present in the text and their relationship with the universe in which the text was created. Phonetics:
      Phonemes; syllable; tonicity; orthoepy; prosody; spelling; Graphic emphasis; lexical tags; abbreviations;
      acronyms and symbols. Morphology: Structure of words; word formation; suffixes; prefixes; Greek and Latin radicals; origin of the word in the Portuguese language. Classification and declension of words (noun; article; adjective; number; pronoun; verb; adverb; preposition; conjunction; exclamation; conjunctions and variant forms). Semantics: Meaning of words. Syntax: Syntactic analysis; basic conditions of prayer; constituent concepts of prayer; auxiliary conditions of prayer; complex period; coordinated prayers; main clauses and subordinate clauses; nominal subordinate clauses; adjectival subordinate clauses; adverbial subordinate clauses; reduced prayers; complementary study of a complex period; agreement syntax; regent syntax (verbal and nominal); placement syntax. Punctuation marks; use of some word classes; use of moods and verb tenses; the use of the verb infinitive and the use of the verb to have.
    • Logical structures. Argumentative logic: analogies, inferences, deductions and conclusions. Sentence (or statement) logic. Simple and complex sentences. Truth tables. Equivalences.
      Morgan’s laws. Logic diagrams. First order logic. Operations with sets. Principles of counting and probability. Logical reasoning involving arithmetic, geometric and matrix problems.
    • State supplementary law no. 53 of August 30, 1990 and its amendments (PMMS Statute): Articles: 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 6., 8., 13., 15-A/caput, 15 -D, 16/caput, 20. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30/title, 31, 32, 33, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41/title, 44, 47, 55/paragraphs 1. and 2., 55-B, 71, 72, 73/caput, 74, 75, 89, 90 and 91/ point I., letter “g” and point II. State supplementary law no. 190, dated April 4, 2014, and its amendments (Governs the organization, composition and functioning of PMMS): Articles: 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 6., 7., 8 ., 9./caput, 10 , 11/ title, 12 and 13/title. State supplementary law no. 127 of May 15, 2008 and its amendments (Establishes the system of remuneration, through subsidies, of public servants who are part of the service in the Military Police and the Military Fire and Gas Unit). Articles: 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 12./individual paragraph, 22. (caput, points I. and II., paragraphs 1., 2., 3., 4., 5. , 6th, 7th).
    • Regulation-law no. 2848, of September 7, 1940 (Brazilian Penal Code): General Part: Title I.: Application of the Penal Code. Title II: Crime. Title III: Criminal Liability. Title IV: Human Competition. Title V: Feathers: Chapter I: Types of feathers; Chapter II: Sentencing; Chapter III: Application of punishment. Title VI: Security Measures. Title VIII: Abolition of Punishment. Special part: Chapter I: Criminal offenses against a person. Chapter II: Criminal offenses against property. Title VI: Crimes Against Sexual Dignity: Chapter I: Crimes Against Sexual Freedom Chapter IA: Exposure of Sexual Intimacy; Chapter II: Sexual crimes against the vulnerable. Title X: Crimes Against the Public Faith: Chapter V: Fraud in Events of Public Interest. Title XI: Crimes Against Public Administration: Chapter II: Crimes Committed by Private Persons Against Administration in General; Chapter II-B: Criminal offenses in administrative tenders and contracts. Regulation-law no. 1001, dated October 21, 1969 (Military Penal Code): General Part: Chapter I.: Application of the Military Penal Code. Title II: Crime. Title IV: Competition for Agents. Title V: Penalties: Chapter I: Principal Penalties; Chapter V: Ancillary penalties. Title VII: Criminal Offense. Title VIII: Abolition of Punishment. Special part: Book I: Military crimes in peace: II. title: Crimes Against Government or Military Restraint: Chapter I: Mutiny and Insurrection; Chapter II: Inducing and Inciting; Chapter III: Violence against superiors or military officers; Chapter IV: Disrespecting the superior and national symbol or uniform; Chapter V: Disobedience; Chapter VII: On Resistance. Chapter III: Crimes against military service and military duty: Chapter II: Desertion; Chapter III: Desertion of post and other crimes in service. Title IV: Crimes Against the Person: Chapter I: Murder; Chapter VI: Crimes Against Liberty: Section I: Crimes Against Individual Liberty; section II; Criminal acts against the inviolability of the home; Title VII: Crimes Against Military Administration: Chapter I: Contempt and Disobedience; Chapter II: Embezzlement; Chapter III: Concussion, Overextraction and Deviation; Chapter IV: Corruption; Chapter V: On Untruth; Chapter VI: Offenses Against Official Duty.
  • 5.1. CONSTITUTIONAL TERMS – PM MS competition
    • Constitution of the Federative Republic of Brazil: Title I: Fundamental Principles; Title II.: Fundamental rights and guarantees: Chapter I.: Individual and collective rights and duties; Chapter III: Citizenship; Chapter IV: Political rights; Title III: State Organization: Chapter VII: Public Administration: Section I: General Provisions; Section III: Armies of States, Federal Districts and Territories; Title IV: Organization of Government: Chapter III: Judiciary: Section VII: Military Courts and Judges; Section VIII: On the Courts and Judges of States; Title V: Defense of the State and Democratic Institutions: Chapter II: Armed Forces. Chapter III: Public Safety. American Convention on Human Rights – signed at the Inter-American Specialized Conference on Human Rights (San Jose da Costa Rica), November 22, 1969.
    • Introduction to administrative law (origin, object). Public administration. Public administration and state administration. Explicit and implicit principles of public administration (constitutional and infraconstitutional). Powers and duties of management (hierarchical powers, disciplinary powers, regulatory powers, police powers, duty of action, duty of efficiency, duty of honesty, duty of responsibility, legitimate use and abuse of power). Administrative procedure (Disciplinary administrative procedure). Public agents (public office, public employment, public service, public services. Public goods (classification, characteristics, types, allocation and dissatisfaction, acquisition, alienation, use of public goods by individuals). Management control and responsibility (administrative control, judicial control ) audit; legislative control) Civil responsibility of the state (responsibility for the failure of the state, the right of restitution, primary and subsidiary liability) Sanctions applicable to public officials in cases of illegal enrichment, in the execution of their mandate, position, job or function in the administration direct, indirect or fundamental public: Law no. 8,429 of June 2, 1992 and amendments Access to information: Law no. Grosso do Sul: State Law no. 4,416 of October 16, 2013 and amendments.
    • Law no. 10,826 of December 22, 2003 – Deals with the registration, possession and commercialization of firearms and ammunition, on the national weapon system – Sinarm, defines crimes and makes other provisions. Law no. 11,343, dated August 23, 2006 – Establishes the National System of Public Policies on Drugs – Sisnad; prescribes measures for the prevention of abuse, treatment and social reintegration of drug users and addicts; establishes rules for combating unauthorized production and illegal drug trafficking; defines crimes and makes other provisions. Law no. 13,869 of September 15, 2019 – Prescribes criminal acts of abuse of power; amends Law no. 7,960, dated December 21, 1989, Law no. 9,296, dated July 24, 1996, Law no. 8,069 of July 13, 1990 and Law no. 8,906, July 4, 1994; and repeals Law no. 4,898 of December 9, 1965 and the provisions of Decree-Law no. 2,848, dated December 7, 1940 (Criminal Code). Law no. 11,340, dated August 7, 2006 – Creates mechanisms for combating violence in the family and family violence against women, in accordance with § 8, Art. 226 of the Federal Constitution, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and the Inter-American Convention on the Prevention, Punishment and Eradication of Violence against Women; foresees the creation of courts for domestic violence against women; amends the Criminal Procedure Act, the Criminal Code and the Criminal Enforcement Act; and makes other provisions: Title I: Previous provisions. Title II: Domestic and family violence against women. Title III: Assistance to women in situations of domestic and family violence: Chapter III: Assistance from the police. Title IV: Procedures: Chapter II: Emergency Protective Measures: Section II: Emergency Protective Measures Binding the Aggressor; Section III: Emergency protective measures for the injured. Title VII: Final Provisions.
    • Basic terms and basics. Knowledge and use of the main auxiliary software (file compressors, chat, e-mail clients, video players, image viewers, antivirus). File identification and manipulation. File backup. Basic hardware concepts (motherboard, memories, processors (CPU) and HD storage disks, CD and DVD). Computer peripherals. Operating system concepts: using the Windows operating system. Basic concepts about Linux and free software. Use of text editors, spreadsheets and presentations (Microsoft Office and LibreOffice environments). Using and configuring e-mail in Microsoft Outlook. Concepts of technologies related to the Internet and Intranet, web browsing and searching, web search engines. Internet browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox, Google Chrome. Security on the Internet; computer viruses; spyware; Malware; Identity theft. File transfer over the Internet. Note: Exam questions can refer to any version of the listed software that is in use in the market.

PM MS competition summary

  • PM MS competition
  • Organizer bank: Idecan
  • Positions offered:
  • Education: higher level
  • Starting salary: BRL 5,005.00 (after training course)
  • Vacancies: 500 vacancies
  • Registration fee: BRL 188.80
  • Applications: from 23.9. until 3.11
  • Objective tests: 4/12
  • Notice

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Karina Gloria

Karina Gloria

Graduated in journalism and postgraduate studies in communications and corporate journalism at the Universidade Estácio de Sá. He has worked in the fields of communication consulting, radio production and news portal writing.

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