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  • Bhopal: Epic could be written on scams in state says, Formal CM Digvijay Singh

    Former Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh, during a press conference on Tuesday, alleged that an epic could be written on the scams during the BJP government in the state. Singh said Vyapam scam and scams of illegal sand mining, nutritious food, MPPSC and e-tendering took place during the BJP government.

  • Bhopal: Supreme Court issues notice to MPPSC for not following backlog roster

    Bhopal: Responding to the special leave petition (SLP) filed by a whistle blower and activist Devendra Pratap Singh Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) on Tuesday for making wrong calculation of backlog posts in recruitment of professors. The case has been listed for hearing on October 5.

  • Bhopal: Irregularities mar MPPSC recruitment of assistant professors

    Bhopal: Irregularities committed in the recruitment of assistant professors (APs) by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) are coming to the fore day-by-day. The level of irregularities can be gauged from the fact that even non-PhDs were selected for the post of APs. Non-PhDs are not eligible for selection for the post of assistant professors. Several applicants, who were non-PhDs, were selected for assistant professors of Political Science, Zoology and other subjects.

  • Bhopal: Assistant professor recruitment turns into an exam of amendments

    Bhopal: New anomalies in recruitment tests for assistant professors conducted by MPPSC (Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission) are surfacing every day. After incongruity in applying various quotas provisions in the jobs, now deletion and cancelation of about 200 questions in the amended model answer key has created a row.

  • Indore: MPPSC admits to mistakes in 5 answers of four subjects

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has admitted to mistakes in five answers in the model answer keys of four subjects of assistant professor exam which is scheduled to end on Monday (July 2). The assistant professor exam had started on June 18 and is still underway.

  • Bhopal: Assistant Professor exam online mode

    Bhopal: More than six months have passed since the first advertisement for post of assistant professors exam but the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) is yet to release the exam date. The MP Guest faculty association President DP Singh raised question on the information released by the MPPSC and said, “The commission had not clarified the mode of examination or the exam date.”

  • Bhopal: State government withdraws petition challenging High Court’s ruling 

    Bhopal: The state government has withdrawn the special leave petition from the Supreme Court challenging the MP High Court’s ruling mandating same age criteria for the applicants from the state and outside for assistant professor exam. The state government had filed a SLP in the Supreme Court against the MP High Court order on March 7.

  • Bhopal: Govt uses MPPSC as a tool to woo OBC for assistant professor recruitment

    Bhopal: The OBC politics has gripped the state in the election year. Government is all out to woo OBC voters and is using its machinery to win their votes by formulating favorable policies ahead of polls. Within the seven months, MPPSC has increased the number of ‘backlog’ seats of the OBC category from 39 to 109 for the direct recruitment to the post of assistant professor in colleges across the state.

  • Indore: 19,000 applications against 3000 assistant professor vacancies

    Indore: Nearly 19,000 candidates have so far applied for assistant professor’s exam to be conducted by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) after a gap of 25 years. March 1 was the last date to apply for nearly 3000 vacant teaching posts in government colleges across the state, but the MPPSC on Friday extended the last date to March 15.

  • Ujjain: Around 7,000 aspirants appear in MPPSC prelims

    Ujjain: Preliminary exam of state service 2018 of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) was held on Sunday. Around 7000 aspirants appeared in the exam held at 17 centres in the city.

  • Bhopal: MPPSC on Feb 18, guidelines issued

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh State Public Commission has come out with detail guidelines for the candidates appearing in prelims examination for Public Service and State Forest Services. The MPPSC will conduct examinations on February 18 in two shifts. As per the directions, all the candidates will be subjected to frisking before entering the examination center.

  • Bhopal: Selection committee, not MPPSC to recruit teachers in medical colleges: Mishra

    Bhopal: The recruitment of teaching staff for government medical colleges will now be done by a selection committee headed by the ACS instead of MPPSC. “The proposal to get the appointments made in the medical colleges through MPPSC has been dropped,” parliamentary affair minister Narrotam Mishra told reporters citing a Cabinet decision.

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    Jabalpur’s Sampada tops MPPSC-2017

    Indore : Sampada Saraf of Jabalpur topped state civil service exam-2017, final results of which were announced by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) on Saturday. She scored 1000 out of 1575 marks and has been selected for the post of a deputy collector.

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    Indore: 3,000 vacancies in govt colleges await asst prof exam for occupants

    Indore: Three years have passed but the wait for assistant professor exam continues as Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC), which cancelled the selection process twice before citing reasons after reason, is lingering it on over yet another undisclosed administrative reason.  “There are some queries that need to be answered by department of higher education (DHE) which sent requirement of assistant professor to us. Once the queries are answered, we will release

  • Bhopal: RTI activists demand CBI probe into MPPSC exams

    Bhopal: Alleging gross anomalies in the exams conducted by MPPSC in the State, RTI activists on Thursday demanded CBI inquiry. RTI activist Ajay Dubey along with other activists said that the CBI should look into the irregularities allegedly prevailing in MPPSC, MPOnline and even MP Information Commission.

  • Indore: 1528 candidates clear state civil service main exams

    Indore: As many as 1528 candidates cleared state civil service commission main exams-2017, results of which were declared by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) on Thursday. The selected candidates will now face interviews in the final round of the selection process for the coveted service.