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|HC Stays Group 2 Posts for 3 weeks
The Hyderabad High Court on Monday directed the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) to say the process of recruitment for Group 2 posts for three weeks.
The merit list, alleging that there were many irregularities and illegalities in evaluating answer sheet and in preparing the list.
|Changes in TSPSC Group-2 One Time Registration
Candidates attended for TSPSC Group-2 Exam held on November 11th and 13th can make changes in their biodata in One Time Registration(OTR).Candidates can make changes from 25th January to 30th January.Candidates can change their Name, Father Name, Phsyically Handicapped, Ex Servicemen, Degree option Subjects, Cell phone Number and Address.
|TSPSC submits report to Governor
The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has recruited 4,295 candidates for various pots from July 2015 till date while results are awaited for 1,645 posts. It is awaiting clearance for another 9,342 vacancies to be notified.
In its annual report submitted to Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, the TSPSC gave a detailed view of its activities over the last one year. The TSPSC team led by the Chairman, Ghanta Chakrapani met the Governor and submitted the report.
From April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016, the report said, 12 examinations were conducted for 3,425 vacancies wherein 1,86,682 candidates appeared. Of these 1,933 were interviewed and 1174 were selected. Several departmental tests were also conducted.
|Telangana may notify 9,000 jobs through TSPSC
The TS Public Service Commission has filled 5,940 vacancies in various departments since July 2015. The notifications for filling another 9,342 vacancies are under various stages.
The TSPSC on Thursday submitted its annual report for 2015-16 to Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan. TSPSC chairman Ghanta Chakrapani along with other commission members met the Governor and submitted the report.
The Governor expressed his satisfaction over the progress made by TSPSC over the last two years and appreciated the refo-rms introduced by the panel in recruitment process and interview system.
Mr Chakrapani told the Governor that TSPSC had issued 13 job notifications in 2015-16 (April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016) notifying 3,425 posts in various departments. The written exams were held for 12 notifications. Over 8.65 lakh candidates had applied for these exams. Of these candidates, 1.86 lakh had appeared for the exams. As many as 1,933 candidates were shortlisted for interview and of them 1,174 have made it to the final selection list.
A large number of vacancies pertain to assistant executive engineer (civil) posts, where 931 vacancies were filled. The other major vacancies filled include agriculture officers (120), assistant (finance and accounts in HMWSSB) posts (115), Town planning building operators (123), manager (Engineering) in HMWSSB (146), agriculture extension officers (1,311), etc.
Jobs panel says 5,940 recruited
TS Public Service Commission said in a report submitted to Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan that it has filled 5,940 vacancies since July last and notifications for another 9,342 were under various stages of preparation.
TSPSC chairman Ghanta Chakrapani, who met the Governor along with commission members, said the commission had had issued 13 job notifications in 2015-16 notifying 3,425 posts in various departments. He said 8.65 lakh candidates had applied for the 12 written tests conducted by the commission. of whom 1.86 lakh had taken the tests.
|Agricultural officers' recruitment TSPSC releases selected candidates list
Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has released a list of 1,258 selected candidates for the post of Agriculture Extension Officer, Grade-II on its officials website. The list of provisionally selected candidates is available on TSPSC website. In response to the first notification 5,034 candidates had applied for the post out of which 3,824 appeared for the written examination, held on March 13, 2016.
TSPSC said it released a notification on December 30, 2015, for 311 vacancies and another notification on April 4, 2016, for filling 1,000 vacancies of AEOs. Similarly, for for the second notification, 7,645 candidates had applied altogether and at least 6,479 appeared for the written examination, which was held on June 4, 2016, TSPSC said.
At least 282 vacancies were filled as per December 2015 notification and at least 975 vacancies were filled on Aprill 2016 notification. In all, 1,258 vacancies were filled up out of 1,311 vacancies notified and 53 vacancies have been left unfilled due to non-availability of eligible candidates in various categories in the respective districts, TSPSC said.
|TSPSC Group II Exam 2016 final answer keys Released
The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has released the final answer keys of the Group - II Services recruitment examination on the official website. The results of the examinations will also be declared soon. Earlier, the commission has released the preliminary answer keys on December 12, 2016 and also invited the applicants to raise objection against keys from December 5 to December 14, 2016.
|Telangana (TSPSC) Forest Department recruitment 2017 released
The Government Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) is going to announce Recruitment Notification 2017 for Forest Range Officers (FRO) / Forest Section Officers / Forest Beat Officers /Beat Officers /Thanadars / Bunglow Watchers / Technical Assistant /.TSPSC Forest Department Posts Eligible and suitable candidates can apply through Online Application mode from 2017. For more details check official Website.
|TSPSC Horticulture officer Recruitment 2017 released soon
The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) is Published Horticulture officer (HO) Recruitment Notification 2017 in Horticulture Officers 75 posts Under The Department of Agriculture And Cooperation, Telangana State. Applications are invited Online from qualified candidates through the proforma Application to be made available on Commission’s Website.
|TSPSC to fill 2,118 posts in medical and health department
Health minister Lakshma Reddy on Thursday assured the Legislative Assembly that the State government has accorded permission to fill upto the 2,118 vacancies in medical and health department.
In his written reply to a question raised by Congress MLAs Komatireddy Venkat Reddy and D.K. Aruna, the minister said that the vacancies would be filled by direct recruitment through Telangana State Public Service Com-mission. However, the minister did not specify the time by which vacant posts would be filled.
|Telangana Group-2 post tests to turn descriptive
Candidates aspiring for Telangana Group-2 posts have to put in extra efforts as the government plans to bring in descriptive question paper to assess their capabilities. Currently, the Group-2 test comprised only of objective questions, where candidates have to just choose the correct answer from multiple choices already provided for the question.
Descriptive format, however, would require a candidate to study the subject thoroughly. It will test candidate’s analytical abilities, knowledge and command over different subjects.
The objective behind this reform is to ensure the best talent is selected for the post. Group-2 and Group-1 posts are the most key positions in the running of the state administration, especially in districts.
“The persons selected to Group-2 posts will be at the helm of affairs or are holding key positions in districts after a few years of service. They need to be very proactive in decision-making and should have leadership and managerial skills to get the best out of the staff working under them. Objective format alone is not enough to test the skills of the candidates. Hence, it was decided to introduce the descriptive part which will test the expressive and writing abilities of the candidates,” an official said.
Coaching expert Mohammed Riaz welcomed the inclusion of descriptive format for Group-2 exam. “The three doma-ins of learning — cognitive, affective and psychomotor — can be guaged with descriptive tests. Objective test sho-uld be held to filter candidates and they should be made to write des-criptive paper so that the talented lot gets through,” he said.
|TSPSC Group-II Key released
TSPSC has conducted written exam on 11/11/2016 and 13/11/2016. The Preliminary Keys of this exam will be available on website from 2nd December. The objections on the Preliminary Keys will be accepted online on TSPSC website from 05/12/2016 to 14/12/2016.
|TSPSC Gruop-2 results out by March
Results of Group-2 written exams held recently is likely to be released in March. Initially, 2,064 candidtaes will be shortlisted for interviews that is likely to be held for six to eight weeks.
According to Telangana State Public Service Commision (TSPSC) sources, the list of candidates selected for 1,032 posts in various departments will be out in May. The Exam was held in 31 districts across the state on November 11 and 13.
|KCR pats TSPSC on conduct of Group-II exam
Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has complimented the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) for successfully conducting the Group-II examinations on November 11 and 13.
In a statement, the Chief Minister said on Tuesday that Commission Chairman Prof. Ghanta Chakrapani, other members and officials of the body had coordinated well with district Collectors, Superintendents of Police and Joint Collectors in making the arrangements.
He stated that about 64 per cent of the 7.89 lakh candidates who had applied for 1,032 Group-II posts appeared for the examinations in 1,916 centres set up across 31 districts. No inconvenience was caused to the candidates although a huge number of them had appeared for the written test conducted on two days.
The Chief Minister also complimented the 350 special teams that helped hassle-free conduct of the entrance examination.
|Telangana Students protest new exam paper system
Students belonging to the Telangana Nirudyoga Vidyarthi JAC staged a protest on Tuesday alleging that a new examination method could give rise to bias. The protest was staged near the Arts College in Osmania University.
The students said the roll number and answer sheets of students used to be on OMR sheets which could then be separated before sending answer sheets for marking. But this time, they were on the same exam sheet and the students say that could result in bias creeping into the selection of a candidate.
However, the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) had, before conduct of the examination, said the new system will not cause any partiality in the selection of candidates.
The protesters also raised the problem of malfunctioning biometric attendance systems which they said was affecting students at several examination centers.
|Low turnout for TSPSC Group-II exam
Out of 18,968 candidates who enrolled for the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) Group-II recruitment examination, only 11,558 attended the morning exam, while 11,552 candidates wrote the test in the afternoon session on Sunday. The attendance percentage was about 60.9.
In Sangareddy, however, despite a massive awareness campaign, only about 50 per cent of candidates attended the examination. In the morning session, only 17,424 candidates attended the examination out of 32,247 candidates who were issued hall-tickets — a percentage of 52.41. In the afternoon session, 17,024 candidates attended the examination, or 51.22 per cent.
A total of 14,586 candidates enrolled for the Group-II exam in Medak district, out of which 9,736 candidates wrote the test. Collector Bharati Hollikeri visited the examination centres and inquired about the facilities provided to the candidates.
|TSPSC Group-II again tests writers’ GK
Questions about former Chief Minister YSR, TJAC chairman M. Kodandaram, Balladeer Vimalakka, Dusharla Satyanarayana (fighting against fluoride problem in Nalgonda) as well as Million March, Amaraveerula Stupam, AP Reorganisation Act, Irrigation and Agriculture in Telangana, T-Hub, TS-iPass tested the skills of candidates who appeared for papers-3 and 4 of Group-II exams held across the state on Sunday.
The attendance recorded was 63 per cent, almost similar to the 65 per cent seen for first two papers held on Friday. Questions relating to YSR were about his comment during the electioneering in the 2009 when he said visa would be required to travel to Hyderabad if the state was divided. Candidates were asked about teaching specialisation of TJAC chairman in OU, and the institution that is hosting the T-Hub building, and who was the sculptor of Amara-veerula Stupam etc.
Interestingly, there were no direct questions about chief minister Chandrashekara Rao. One question was about the name of SHRC (State Human Rights Commission), who directed authorities to administer saline when he took up an indefinite fast in 2009.
TSPSC secretary Parvathi Subramanian said the exam went off peacefully without any incident. The Group-II test was held in 1916 exam centres spread over 31 districts.
Subject expert Mohammed Riaz said that candidates who kept abreast of the developments in Telangana, the statehood agitation, those with social consciousness and awareness are bound to excel in this test.
The situation is opposite for candidates who depended mostly on materials from coaching centres and reference books. Rajnikanth D, a private employee from Patancheru, felt that the Group-II test was moderate and candidates with daily news reading habit for last few years will have an edge over others.
Nearly 5 lakh candidates wrote the test for 1,032 vacancies in various departments like commercial taxes, panchayat raj, muncipal administration, excise etc.
|TSPSC Group-II exams from today
About 7.83 lak candidates will take the Group-II Services examination to be held on November 11 and 13 at 1916 centres located across Telangana.
This is the biggest recruitment test after Telangana was formed and in tune with the massive number of candidates taking the exam the Government has declared holiday on November 12 for schools and colleges in the jurisdiction of Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Medchal and Vikarabad districts to facilitate smooth conduct of the test.
A statement from the TSPSC said that special instructions were issued to TSRTC to run special buses during the examination timings for the convenience of candidates. Electricity Department was requested to provide uninterrupted power supply during the examination and also necessary police personnel would be deployed for security.
The TSPSC advised the candidates to follow the instructions given on the TSPSC website. They should reach the exam centre well in advance and not carry anything except what is advised to be carried in the exam hall.
|Arrangements in place for TSPSC Group-II exam
All arrangements have been made for the smooth conduct of Group-II examination that would be held on November 11 and 13.
According to Joint Collector Vasam Venkateswarlu, hall-tickets have been issued to 33,244 candidates. Three supervising officers and 88 assistant liaison officers have been appointed for the examination.
|Telangana Filling vacancies in government departments a big test
The large number of vacancies in government departments might give jobseekers reasons to rejoice, but unexpected bottlenecks hit the process. There were 1.07 lakh vacancies at the time of formation of the state that has crossed 1.4 lakh with the retirement of some staff members. Recruitment, however, is still on with some being at different stages of exam. Just around 40,000 have been finalised.
TSPSC has so far given job notifications for 6,000 posts including those under the upcoming Group-2 exams. Electricity department and Singareni Collieries filled 6,000 posts.
Police Recruitment Board is in the process of filling over 10,000 constable posts while notification to fill nearly 6,000 school teachers for residential schools is set to be released within weeks.
TNGO honorary president G. Deviprasad pointed out that regularisation of nearly 30,000 contract staff has run into legal tangles while inordinate delay in staff bifurcation by the Centre-appointed Kamalanathan panel has also dealt a blow to recruitment process. "Nearly 10,000 employees lodged objections over allocations. It is not certain which state they would go to eventually," he said.
Telangana State Public Service Commission expressed confidence it would be filling one lakh openings by itself before its six-year term ends.
|All Set for TSPSC Group - 2; 2 - Days Exam
Arrangements are in place for Group - 2 Exams scheduled for 1,03 vacancies. Nearly 7.9 lakh candidates will take the exams in 1,916 centers, to be held between 10 am and 12.30 pm and 2.30 and 5 pm on both days.Any candidate who misses one paper will not be allowed to take the rest of the exams.
|TSPSC MJPTBCWREIS Recruitment 2017-21 APPLY 4046 PGT TGT Jobs
TSPSC MJPTBCWREIS Recruitment 2016-17 Apply 4046 Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward(BC)Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Socity TGT, Junior Lecturers, PGT, Principal and other out sourcing vacancies, Good News for Job seekers TS Government invites the applications through tspsc to full fill the 4046 MJP BC Welfare Residential Schools under MJPTBCWREIS Librarian, Senior Assistant, Physical director jobs, as per the latest information Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward(BC)Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Socity recruitment 2016-17 the Teaching and Non Teaching 1785 for next year So Candidates use this opertunity to get a government jobs, Candidates who are eligible for this vacancies need to completed Graduation or any degree from recognized university or board. for more details about TSPSC MJP BC Welfare Recruitment 2017-21 for 4046 jobs visit the official website.
|TSPSC Group-I exam objections to be considered
The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has decided to evaluate the answer scripts of Data Interpretation and Problem Solving paper of the Group-I Mains examination conducted in September for only 140 marks by excluding some questions that were objected to by candidates. In a statement here, TSPSC Secretary Parvathi Subramanian said that several candidates had raised objections to some questions from outside the syllabus. An expert committee headed by Chukka Ramaiah examined the objections and reported that questions 5(a) and 5(b) of Section-I were from outside the prescribed syllabus. The TSPSC decided to compute the marks obtained for 140 marks and calculate the total marks so obtained in proportion to total of 150 marks.
|TSPSC Group -2 Hall Tickets Released
TSPSC Group -2 Hall Tickets released on 3rd Nov. The exam is giong to be held on 11th and 13th Nov.
|DoPT flooded with queries on Baswan panel report new Civil Services exam.
The Centre’s Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) is flooded with queries from Civil Services aspirants and coaching centres, who are taking the RTI route to find out the contents of the Centre’s Baswan Committee report regarding reforms to the civil services exam.
DoPT has been receiving many RTI applications on the issue since August, when the Committee submitted its report. With speculations of the Baswan Committee recommending reduction in the upper age limit from the existing 32 years to 28 from 2017, civil services aspirants and coaching centres are anxious to know about the eligibility norms.
In the absence of clarity, students aged above 28 are confused about their preparations, while coaching centres are clueless about the coaching module with reports of the Committee recommending radical changes in the scheme of exam, number of papers etc.
The DoPT has not disclosed the contents on grounds that they were only suggestions made by the Committee and the Centre is yet to take a final call on its implementation.
Mr K. Rajesh, who did his M.Tech and is aspiring for civil services, said, “I filed an RTI in this regard. The DoPT replied that no further information on the Civils exam on the eligibility norms, scheme of exam etc. could be shared at this stage.” Hundreds of Civils aspirants taking coaching in various institutes have also filed similar RTI queries and received the same answer.
“Many speculations are doing the rounds over the Centre changing the Civils exam pattern from next year based on the Baswan Committee recommendations. If it doesn’t want to disclose the details, the Centre should at least come forward to give clarity whether the existing pattern will continue next year. We could not concentrate on our preparation due to contradictory reports,” said Ms B. Malathi, a Civils aspirant.
TPSC files caveats to curb pleas
To ensure smooth conduct of recruitment tests without any legal hassles, TSPSC is filing Caveat petitions before each exam for the last few months. Agriculture Officers’ (AO, 120 posts) and Agriculture Extension Officers’ (AEO, 1,311 posts) recruitment has been delayed for over a year due to a pending court case. The TSPSC had conducted exams for nearly 1,500 posts in the Agriculture department, but some candidates took the legal route citing new rules. This led to the court issuing a stay order for the recruitment.
In view of this experience, the Public Service Commission has been filing Caveats before each of the last five to six recruitment tests it has conducted. Recently, it filed a Caveat for the Group-2 exam (slated for November 11 and 13) to ensure that 8 lakh applicants are not affected due to such issues. In the AO and AEO recruitment case, the court has directed the TSPSC not to release the merit list although the written exams were completed almost one year ago.
|Elaborate plans for TSPSC Group II exam
With just about two weeks left for the Group II examination, the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has initiated efforts for smooth conduct of the major recruitment examination slated to be held on November 11 and 13.
According to officials, a total of 46,000 candidates are expected to appear for the examination in 117 examination centres — 99 in Khammam town and 18 in Sattupalli town — in the district.
TSPSC member Manmadha Reddy held discussions with Collector D.S. Lokesh Kumar and other senior officials of the district here on Thursday to finalise the arrangements to be made for the same.
He listed out the measures to be initiated, which include providing drinking water, first aid, and uninterrupted electricity, among other requisite facilities, in all the examination centres for the convenience of the candidates. Mr. Reddy said the prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC should be clamped at the examination centres to prevent untoward incidents during the examination. Any kind of irregularities or malpractices would be dealt severely and attract stringent penal action.
Superintendent of Police Shahnawaz Qasim and Joint Collector Vinay Krishna Reddy were among those present at the review meeting.
Warangal Special Correspondent adds: The district administration has made elaborate arrangements for the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) Group II examination scheduled to be held on November 11 and 13.
A total of 62,676 candidates would be aiming to ace the examination at 137 centres across the district. TSPSC member M. Rajender held a meeting with officials over the arrangements being made for the same.
The officials were asked to ensure power supply, drinking water, and toilet facilities at ll centres. They were also instructed to ensure transport facilities from all railway and bus stations on the day of the exam.
In Warangal Rural district, a total of 15,374 candidates would be attending the examination at 35 centres. In Narasampet mandal, 12,350 candidates would appear for the test at 26 centres. Collector Prashant J. Patil said the Road Transport Corporation (RTC) was asked to operate more buses on the day.
Prohibitory orders would be in place around the exam centres. He wanted the local tehsildhars to identity strong rooms to store question papers.
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