Many of those aspiring to take the disgraced Telangana State Public Service Commission’s Group II examination, scheduled for January 6 and 7, are in a quandary, with a section of the applicants hoping that the examination would be postponed and conducted only after a revamp of the TSPSC and that too in line with the job calendar promised by the Congress in its manifesto. Most of these aspirants are saying that since they had been campaigning for the Congress party during the elections, they could not concentrate on studies.
Banoth Rajender, an aspirant from Mahabubabad, said: “Many of the TSPSC aspirants were in the political campaigning for more than one month in support of the Congress. We were created as groups for campaigning at that time; so, we could not concentrate on studies. The exam should be postponed for at least two months. As the previous notifications attracted court cases and other issues, the upcoming exams should be without any issues.”
P. Ravinder from Siddipet said: “The government should conduct any exam only after revamp of the TSPSC as they (Congress leaders) have promised in their political meetings. Also, the exams should be conducted after adding jobs.”
Aspirants are hopeful that the exams would be conducted as per the job calendar promised in the Congress manifesto. They say they stand to lose should the government conduct exams on schedule.
Y. Raju from Nagarkurnool said: “Since we have seen the Congress manifesto, we are hoping that the exams would be conducted according to their job calendar”.
N. Sharath from Warangal Rural said: “Due to the continuous postponement of exams and political leaders’ vows on TSPSC, we could not concentrate on the exams. So, the exams should be postponed for a few months”.