MPSC : The interview system of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission is in the circle of controversies. Former minister and Congress MLA Jitu Patwari has raised questions regarding this. He has said that there was discrimination between general category and other categories in the number of interviews given for various posts.
Allegations of discrimination in the numbers given in the interview
“The recruitment of doctors in Madhya Pradesh was done by the Madhya Pradesh State Public Service Commission, in which doctors have been discriminated against in the numbers given in the interview”, Congress MLA Jitu Patwari has alleged and complained to the governor. In fact, advertisement for gynecologists was issued by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission on 27 July 2022 and after that interviews were held and their result was declared on 6 December 2022.
Selection list made on the basis of 100 marks of interview
The selection list was made on the basis of 100 marks of interview. Jeetu alleges that the general category was given maximum 89 and minimum 75 marks out of 100. While the backward classes were given maximum 55 and minimum 38 marks.
Jeetu Patwari’s allegation
The maximum and minimum 34 marks were given to the SC candidates and the maximum 63 and minimum 32 marks were given to the ST candidates. The lone EWS candidate also got 44 marks. Jeetu alleges that the Public Service Commission has given marks on the basis of bias, ignoring the merit, which not only promotes discrimination but also harms the underprivileged. Patwari demanded an independent and impartial agency to investigate this examination. is of.
letter to governor
A letter has also been written to the Governor on transparency being maintained in the interview matter and discrimination against the general category and other classes. Actually there is continuous controversy in every examination of MPPSC. On which Jitu Patwari has now raised his voice. Jeetu Patwari has come with the students. He says that there is a lot of playing with the future of the students.