Published On : Sat, Feb 1st, 2014

Frequent changes in PSC examination formats hitting credibility hard, creating many problems

 

National Conference of Public Service Commissions of various States was organized at Ravi Bhavan on Friday.

Nagpur News.

The crucial National Conference of Public Service Commissions (PSCs) of various States was organized at Ravi Bhavan on Friday that thoroughly discussed the changes in the examination formats taking place every now and then and the enormous problems associated with them.

The Chairman of Bihar Public Service Commission K P Sinha said the number of candidates appearing for PSC examinations has been increasing in a big way. “Questions are being raised regularly over changes in formats of the PSC examinations. The examinations, several times, create uproar. The candidates, unhappy with the results, knock doors of courts and thus denting the credibility of the examinations themselves. Moreover, since the process of filling up of forms and declaring results have gone online, any technical snag crops up difficulties in mountainous proportions. Hence the National Conference was organized to discuss the problems in this connection and hammer out possible solutions. The Conference also discussed different examination formats of the States and problems associated with them,” Sinha said.

The National Conference was attended by Chairman of Maharashtra Public Service Commission Sudhir Thakre, Chairman of Rajasthan Public Service Commission Dr Habib Khan Gouran, Chairman of Karnataka Public Service Commission Dr B S Krushnaprasad, Chairman of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission Chirantan Biswal, Chairman of Haryana Public Service Commission Dr Manveer Singh, Chairman of Sikkim Public Service Commission Dr H K Karaki, Members of Maharashtra Public Service Commission Dr Abdul Wahid, Dr Prakash Thosre, and Secretary Rajendra Mangrulkar.