Ruckus question in MPPSC paper: Asked- Should Kashmir be given to Pakistan? The chairman said – will not count the numbers of this question

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There has been a ruckus in the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission i.e. MPPSC exam when a controversial question was asked on Kashmir. In the prelims exam held on June 19 of MPPSC, it was asked – should India decide to give Kashmir to Pakistan? Congress has demanded to register a case of sedition against those responsible in this case. At the same time, the Home Minister of the state has said about the investigation.

Here, after the controversy escalated, MPPSC Chairman Dr. Rakesh Lal Mehra has said that the number of controversial questions will not be counted. He has also said to call objections on the remaining questions of the examination. Before proceeding further in the news, you should see the screenshot of the controversial question asked in MPPSC..

Home Minister also admitted objectionable, wrote letter for action
MP Home Minister Narottam Mishra has also considered this question objectionable. He has spoken of writing a letter to the PSC and the Higher Education Department for action against the two people who set the paper. Here, the President of Congress Thought Department, Bhupendra Gupta has said that the government should tell what is the agenda of the PSC administration behind such anti-national questions?

Chairman said – action on expert moderator, but name is confidential
MPPSC Chairman said that the objectionable question has been deleted from the paper. The experts and moderators who set the paper have been debarred for life. They will never be taken forward. However, the names of those against whom action has been taken will be kept confidential. Meanwhile, information has been received that these people who set the paper are from Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.

The chairman also said that since this question will not come up in the counting, there will be no loss to any candidate. MPPSC will now call objections on the rest of the questions as well. In this, the further process will be started soon after consulting on the statutory facts.

Order issued by the controller of examination regarding action on disputed questions.

Expert-moderator’s intervention in paper making to printing
MPPSC Chairman Mehra said that first the paper setter prepares the question paper. After that the moderator examines that question paper. The sealed paper is then sent directly to the press for printing. The chairman and controller do not interfere in this.

MPPSC exam was held on June 19 at 944 centers
MPPSC State Service Preliminary Examination-2021 was held at 944 centers in all the districts of Madhya Pradesh. A total of 3 lakh 54 thousand candidates had applied for this. Earlier this exam was to be held on 9 February 2022, but its date was changed to 19 June.

116 centers were set up in Indore for MPPSC.  In this 44 thousand 40 candidates were to appear, but only 78% candidates had reached the examination.

There has been a ruckus on the question of PSC in the past too.
In Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission’s State Service Preliminary Examination-2019 held on 12 January 2020, there was a lot of ruckus regarding the questions asked in relation to the Bhil tribe. Then there was Kamal Nath’s government in the state. While in opposition, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had demanded action.

Kamal Nath, who was then the CM, had issued a statement by ordering an inquiry – the guilty should be punished for this reprehensible act. After this the five questions related to the Bhil tribe were removed. MPPSC had to clarify by holding a press conference.

MPPSC’s 2019 and 2020 results stuck

  • After clearing the State Service Examination-2019, 1918 candidates were waiting for the interview, but after a decision of the High Court, the candidates could not be interviewed. Now the result of State Service Preliminary Examination-2019 will be revised. After that the main exam will be held again. Then the interview process will proceed.
  • State Service Examination-2022 of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission is also stuck. The candidates are waiting for the result of its main examination. The commission says that it is still being evaluated.

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