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TSPSC cancels Group-I Prelims, two different exams

The Telangana State Public Service Fee (TSPSC) on Friday cancelled three extra examinations, together with Group I Prelims, within the wake of leakage of query paper of an examination held to recruit assistant engineers.

At a particular assembly, the Fee took the choice to cancel the Group I Prelims carried out on October 16, 2022.

Practically 2.86 lakh aspirants of Group I posts appeared within the examination throughout the state.

The Fee additionally determined to conduct the re-exam for Group I Prelims on June 11, 2023. The examinations held for the recruitment of Assistant Govt Engineer (AEE) on January 22 and for Divisional Accounts Officer (DAO) on February 26 have additionally been cancelled.

The dates for the conduct of the 2 examinations can be introduced later.

The TSPSC secretary mentioned the Fee took the choice to cancel the three examinations after cautious examination of the report of the Particular Investigation Workforce (SIT) and the interior inquiry by the Fee.

The TSPSC had carried out the examination on March 5 for 833 vacancies of Assistant Engineer, Municipal Assistant Engineer, Technical Officer, and Junior Technical Officer in varied engineering departments.

A complete of 55,000 candidates had written the examination.

Nonetheless, the Fee suspected leakage of the query paper and lodged a criticism with the police.

On March 13, the police arrested 9 individuals, together with two staff of the TSPSC.

Following the arrest of the accused, the Fee cancelled the examination and in addition postponed different exams scheduled to be held later this month.

Hyderabad Police Commissioner C.V. Anand had handed over the investigation to SIT.

The investigations revealed that P. Praveen Kumar, who was working as Assistant Part Officer (ASO) and Rajasekhar Reddy, a community professional engaged on an outsourcing foundation, copied query papers from computer systems within the confidential part and shared them with different accused.

The investigations additionally created doubts that query papers of exams carried out earlier had been additionally leaked.

It was revealed that Praveen Kumar had additionally written the Group-I examination. His OMR sheet had additionally surfaced on social media with claims that he secured the best marks.

TSPSC chairman Janardhan Reddy confirmed that Praveen had appeared within the Group-I Prelims nevertheless it was not right that the 103 marks secured by him was the best.

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