Telangana Group exams pattern not to be changed
The academic committee, which has been formed to review and revise syllabus of Groups-' exams, has no plans to have drastic change in the existing...
TSPSC academic panel will submit its report to the govt by January 30
Hyderabad: The academic committee, which has been formed to review and revise syllabus of Groups' exams, has no plans to have drastic change in the existing examination pattern in the near future. “As several aspirants have been waiting for the notification, this committee is not thinking about changing examination pattern or system at least now. Eventually there will be changes and in all likely it will be done by 2016-2017,” Prof G Haragopal, chairman of academic committee told reporters at the first meeting of the committee members at Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) here on Friday.
The meeting was attended by Telangana Chief Secretary Rajiv Sharma, Advisor to the government B V Papa Rao, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister S Narsinga Rao, TSPSC chairman Ghanta Chakrapani, members of TSPSC C Vittal and B Chandravathi, and members of the academic committee. The chairman of the committee made it clear that change in the syllabus would be based on the changes in the society and requirements of the new State.
Haragopal said the commission has to impress upon the government to expedite process of recruitment. He added the committee would give report to the commission at the earliest. “Based on the requirements of the new State, there will be changes in the syllabus. For an instance, instead of Andhra Pradesh economy, politics and history, questions related to Telangana economy, politics and history would be asked. There will not be total change in the syllabus immediately,” Haragopal informed
He made it clear that academic committee would only give suggestions to the commission but not involved in creating jobs. He appealed to the government to speed up notifying the posts in various departments. “Rebuilding Telangana State needs manpower. The government has to acquire vacancies details from various departments. Based on the requirement of manpower, the government has to help TSPSC in releasing the notification at the earliest,” he said.
According to the sources, the committee members discussed to change the scheme of examination. The members felt that there was need to expedite the process of recruitment in the State. It also felt that revised syllabus should not obstruct for the recruitment or delay the process, sources added.
The members of the committee have been divided into sub-committee to look to different subjects and submit its recommendation to the commission by end of the January 30. The committee members will meet again on January 17. Upon submission of the report, the commission will seek approval from the government.