Pune: The Maha Vikas Aghadi government has invited fresh applications for the vacant posts of four members of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) and has extended the deadline up to September 30. These posts have been vacant for the last few months and once filled, these members are expected to speed up MPSC’s functioning to provide relief for candidates appearing for the competitive exams.
The new members will be selected by the Chief Minister. Large number posts are recruited every year through the Maharashtra Public Service Commission. For this, the members along with the chairperson of the commission have to carry out the responsibilities of planning the examinations, interviewing the selected candidates after the results are declared.
However, the posts of four members of the commission have been vacant for the last few months. Therefore, the commission had to face various difficulties. Meanwhile, the state government has decided to recruit Class C and other posts through a private company. MahaIT has also selected five institutions for this. The Commission has invited applications for the purpose of speeding up the work by filling the four vacancies. The members selected will be announced in a month. It is believed that after that, the work of the commission will gain momentum.
General Administration Advertisement says...
• The members of the commission will get an honorarium of two lakh two thousand 300 rupees per month
• The election of four members will be held as per the guidelines of September 11, 2019
• Those who have completed 50 years of age should apply by September 30
• The application should be accompanied by a confidential report of ten years of performance
Decision about centre change option expected on August 27. The Students' Association of India has demanded at the Nagpur Bench of the High Court that students from all districts of the state should be given concessions to change their pre-service examination centres as Covid-19 spread is increasing in the state.
The court has issued notices to the Chairman of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission, Secretary of the Department of Higher and Technical Education and the Divisional Commissioners of Nagpur. Orders have been issued to submit their say by August 27 regarding the demand to change the examination centre.
It has caught everyone's attention. Meanwhile, the Commission has given the opportunity to the candidates of Maharashtra Secondary Service Pre-Examination to change the examination centre till August 26.