Monday, October 24, 2011

BPSC Yet to Resolve the 53 -55 Civil services Result issue

Patna, Oct.24: BPSC has not moved single step ahead to settle the result saga. According to the sources close to the development, BPSC is still at same place as they were prior to hearing at court.

Earlier Patna High Court on September 9 ordered the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) to constitute a panel of experts to review the question papers and the model answer sheets of the 53-55 the preliminary exam prior proceeding to take the mains examination.

Sources said that BPSC has not formed the expert panel to review the issue associated with question paper and model answer.

Justice Ajay Kumar Tripathi who heard the plea issued an order during the hearing of the petitions filed by 54 aspirants challenging the commission’s decision to release the results of the preliminary exam after deleting eight marks from 150.

Additional advocate-general of Bihar Mr Lalit Kishore has said before the court that the BPSC had no objection to re-examining the question papers and model answer sheets by a new panel of experts.

The petitioners were pursued for the cancellation of the result of the 53rd to 55th Preliminary Examination 2011 and also sought for the re-examination.

Out of 1.35 lakh aspirants appeared in the examination, and around 15,000 candidates were declared passed  by the BPSC in the combined (53rd to 55th) civil services examination (prelims).

Earlier on August 16 Justice Tripathi had directed commission not to conduct the mains examination till petitions demanding fresh examination for the preliminary test were disposed of. 

The next hearing of the matter is scheduled on November 14.

The notification for BPSC civil services exam was published on January 1, 2011.The preliminary exam was conducted on April 17 and the result was published on July 16.

Many candidates who failed approached the High court on the issue. The petitioners said the BPSC had illegally deleted 8 questions out of 150 asked in the exam and declared results on the basis of 142 questions only. 

The petitioners maintained that they would have automatically qualified in the examination if the results were declared on the basis of 150 questions.

Some candidates alleged large-scale errors in declaration of preliminary results and violation of the reservation policy of the state government.


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Pankaj Kumar said...

BPSC response to the mail....regarding the development...

"There in no futher development in this matter from our side and it is standing still."

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Pankaj Kumar said...

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