As many as 898 candidates cleared state civil service main examination-2018 results of which declared by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) on Thursday. For the first time, the MPPSC declared results only roll number-wise and not name-wise.
Previously, the MPPSC used to declare results by both roll number and as well as name-wise. While some suspected foul play, the MPPSC said that they opted for the pattern from Union Public Service Commission (UPPSC).
“UPPSC also declares its results only roll-number wise. We followed the suit,” MPPSC secretary Renu Pant said. On suspicions by some of irregularities, she said that she does not want to comment on suspicions of any person.
“What I want to say is that our results are free and fair and were prepared under a transparent system in place,” she said. For filling as many as 298 posts lying in different departments, the MPPSC had started the process early this year. After prelims, main exams were conducted in July. The results were prepared by November end and were declared in first week of December.
The candidates who have been declared successful in PSC mains will now have to undergo interview round. The dates of the interviews would be declared shortly by the MPPSC. Before that, the candidates who cleared the exam would have to submit their academic documents and other documents in the MPPSC by December 20. The candidates who fail to meet the deadline would be disqualified. Interviews are the final round of the three-step selection process of the MPPSC.
Ayush officer exam results out
The MPPSC also declared results of Ayush officer exam. For 10 posts of Ayush officers, the MPPSC selected 45 candidates. These candidates would now have to undergo interview round. The MPPSC also declared results of scientific officer posts. One post was for chemistry stream and another for botany. Against two vacancies, the MPPSC has selected three candidates each for one subject.
353 women candidates clear exam
A total of 898 candidates have been declared successful against 298 vacancies. Of the selected candidates, as many 464 as are of unreserved category, 145 scheduled tribe, 186 scheduled case, and 103 from OBC. As many as 353 female candidates and 33 disabled and two ex-armymen are among the selected candidates.