MPSC Exams: Big Decision By State Government, One Year Extension For Candidates

The state government has taken an important decision to make up for the losses incurred by the MPSC candidates during the coronavirus period.

MPSC Exams: Big Decision By State Government, One Year Extension For Candidates

A decision in regard to the MPSC exams was taken in the state cabinet meeting on Wednesday, November 10. Based on accounts, Minister of State for General Administration Dattatray Bharne has given information in this regard. According to him, MPSC candidates have now been given an extension of one year to sit for the exam, claimed narratives.

During the lockdown instituted due to the novel coronavirus, like other many issues, the problem of MPSC students' examinations, results, and their losses were intensely debated.

According to reports, in Pune, MPSC candidates had taken to the streets in protest to voice their discontent. Due to the postponement of the exams during the COVID-19 period, there was an agitation to demand the taking of these exams. However, due to the crisis, it was decided to postpone the exam. But, owing to all this confusion, the examinees suffered a great loss. Against this backdrop, the Maharashtra government has taken a big decision for MPSC candidates.

In other developments, there are now new eligibility criteria for B.Arch students with this many fear of losing their seats. This year, however, the Council of Architecture have stated that JEE scores will only be accepted for admissions to Indian Institutes of Technology, National Institutes of Technology and central universities. 

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