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Expert panel submits report to TSPSC
Now the ball is in government’s court as the expert committee constituted by the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) to look into scheme and syllabi of various examinations conducted by the commission has submitted its report on Thursday.
Hyderabad: Now the ball is in government’s court as the expert committee constituted by the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) to look into scheme and syllabi of various examinations conducted by the commission has submitted its report on Thursday.
- Students continue to agitate for job notifications
- Pressure mounting on govt to speed up process
With the submission of the report, the pressure is mounting on the State government to expedite the process of recruitment. Speaking to newspersons after submitting the report to TSPSC chairman Prof Ghanta Chakrapani at TSPSC Bhavan here on Thursday, expert committee chairman, Prof G Haragopal urged the government to speed up the process of recruitment as the students are anxiously waiting for the notifications.
Prof M Kondandaram who headed the sub-committee on the Group examinations said that the government had to take decision on converting Group II executive posts into Group I. Meanwhile, Osmania University students staged a brief dharna at TSPSC Bhavan over transferring Group II posts to Group I.
The students, who gave a representation to the committee chairman, urged the committee members and the commission not to make changes to the Group II posts. OU students also took out a rally from University Arts College to Tarnaka and burnt effigy of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao condemning the delay of recruitment.
After receiving the report from chairman of expert committee, Prof Ghanta Chakrapani informed newspersons that the commission could only act when the government cleared the vacancies and entrusted the work of recruitment to it. The commission on its own could not give jobs, he added.
The TSPSC appointed an expert committee to study scheme and syllabi of various examinations in wake of formation of the new State of Telangana. The committee completed its work within the given time as it was very particular that this committee would see that there would be no delay in recruitment process.