Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao took decisive action on Saturday by instructing Chief Secretary A Santhi Kumari to engage in discussions with the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) and revise the schedule for the Group 2 examination.
In an effort to alleviate potential inconveniences faced by numerous candidates, the Chief Minister has not only prioritized their concerns but has also emphasized the need for a more organized approach to future recruitment notifications. This commitment to streamlining the process was conveyed by Industries Minister KT Rama Rao via a tweet on Saturday.
“Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao garu has directed the Chief Secretary to consult with TSPSC and reschedule the Group-2 exam to ensure no inconvenience is caused to the lakhs of aspirants,” tweeted Minister Rama Rao.
Furthermore, the Chief Minister has advised the Chief Secretary to implement a strategic staggering of recruitment notifications in the future. This move aims to provide ample time for all eligible aspirants to prepare effectively for the upcoming examinations. This decision underscores the government’s dedication to facilitating a fair and accessible pathway for individuals seeking opportunities through public service.
The Group 2 examination holds significant importance for numerous candidates aspiring to secure positions within the public sector. By addressing their concerns and initiating proactive measures, the Chief Minister and his administration demonstrate a commitment to fostering a transparent and accommodating environment for those pursuing their ambitions through competitive examinations.