TSPSC Paper Leak: KTR’s Warning To The People Involved

Hyderabad, March 18 (Maxim News): Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development, IT and Industries, K. Tarak Rama Rao has given a strict warning that no one involved in the leakage of the TSPSC question paper will not be spared and strict action will be taken.

Speaking to press persons at BRK Bhavan, after attending the high-level meeting with the Ministers and senior officials with Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, here today, the Minister said that the mistake has been done by two people who are working in the commission as per the initial report they brought bad name to the whole system.

He repeatedly said that the mistake was made by two people and not an organizational failure. He said that it is the responsibility of the government to ensure that such incidents are not repeated in the future. He said that out of these two who are involved in the leakage of question paper, one is the active BJP worker, it has to be investigated whether BJP is involved in this to bring a bad name to the government, he alleged.

KTR reminded that TSPSC has issued 155 notifications so far after the formation of Telangana state, and it has successfully filled more than 37 thousand jobs. He said that TSPSC has been working with great sincerity for eight years. He said that TSPSC has the honor of conducting the exam for 10 lakh people simultaneously.

TSPSC Paper Leak: EXAMS WILL BE CONDUCTED SOON, NO NEED TO PAY FEES AGAIN

TSPSC Paper Leak: KTR's Warning To The People Involved
TSPSC Paper Leak: KTR’s Warning To The People Involved

K. Tarak Rama Rao said that “We will make necessary changes to conduct the TSPSC examination in a more robust manner. No fee shall be paid by any student writing the cancelled examinations. Four tests were cancelled. No one who has applied for these exams has to pay the fee.

We will bring changes and take strict measures to avoid such mistakes and conduct tests as soon as possible. All previous applicants are eligible to take the exam.

All the coaching material related to these four exams will be put online. It is our responsibility to give free material. We have decided to further strengthen the study circles across the state. We have also decided to keep the reading rooms open for 24 hours. Along with free materials, we also get free food and accommodation. Collectors of respective districts will supervise. We will help the students to get fully prepared, said KTR. (Maxim News)


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