By Staff Reporter
MPPSC to hold main examination on March 21, PEB cancels April 6 police constable recruitment examination.
Indore: In the midst of the growing Covid-19 crisis, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has started making special arrangem...Read More
MPPSC officers stated that it was not possible for them to suspend the exams. They stated that the court had not granted any stay on co...Read More
The Commission is charging Rs 25000 as late fee from candidates appearing for their main examination.
The admission process in government colleges and universities could be hampered by the 27 per cent reservation prescribed by the governme...Read More
Current format causing more harm, reveals a study
The time has been extended owing to difficult times due to COVID-19 pandemic, said the official.
Despite their selections, the joining of selected candidates could not be done due to one or other technical reasons.
After studying the court order, the experts and the parties involved in the case believe that the effect will be much greater.
The exam was held on January 12 but the results could not be declared by January 31.
Chief Minister Kamal Nath ordered a probe into the matter.
Through a corrigendum, MPPSC made the change in quota for EWS in vacancies in two departments.
The sources claimed that the MPPSC was under pressure from state government to relieve incharge exam controller Ravindra Panchbhai and Pu...Read More
The SSE-2019 was held on January 12 carried a passage in which five questions based on the passage contained information on Bhil communit...Read More
RTI applicant sought details about agency which conducted recruitment exam for assistant professors.
As per sources, incharge exam controller Ravidnra Panchbhai and Prashant Punekar may be shown the door.
AJK police station DSP will conduct investigation into the matter.
One passage in second paper of SSE exam described Bhil tribe as “alcoholic and criminal minded” and asked five questions related to the p...Read More
According to sources, the MPPSC served notices on deputy secretary incharge Sangamitra Gautam, and deputy controller Ravindra Panchabhai.
Retired IAS officer KC Jain was appointed as an observer for Ujjain division and Ashok Kumar Shivhare for Gwalior.