Latest News

29,128 jobs filled by TSPSC since July 2015

eTelangana.org | Published: 23rd September 2020 | Posted Date: Wednesday 23rd September 2020 10:19 PM

Hyderabad: As many as 29,128 jobs were filled by the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) from July 2015 to September 22, 2020.

So far, a total of 39,952 vacancies were permitted for the recruitment through the TSPSC. Of the total vacancies, 36,665 vacancies were notified and indents for 3,309 posts were awaited by the Commission.

The TSPSC, so far, issued 148 notifications including 107 recruitment notifications and 41 departmental, RIMC, CAS and Half-yearly exams. The recruitment to 1,621 vacancies is at various stages and the recruitment process for 5,916 vacancies was stalled due to weightage of marks/court cases etc.

On Wednesday, TSPSC chairman Prof. Ghanta Chakrapani and members of the Commission submitted the TSPSC’s annual report 2018-19 to Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan through a video conference. Prof. Chakrapani apprised her of the progress of various recruitments and successful implementation of several reforms in the TSPSC.

According to the TSPSC, the Governor congratulated the Commission for the reforms and appreciated the good work carried out by the TSPSC during the last few years.

According to the annual report 2018-19, the Commission selected 15,994 candidates from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019. In 2018-19, the TSPSC issued 18 direct recruitment notifications and 3,276 vacancies were notified.

The Commission conducted 45 exams, and as many as 19,91,770 candidates applied of which 12,97,566 have appeared. This apart, 3,436 candidates appeared for the interviews for recruitment to various posts during 2018-19.

telanganatoday

 

Revering goddess Durga, Sangareddy woman ‘sits’ on fast

A-34-year-old woman, an ardent devotee of Goddess Durga, is going on a a nine-day rigorous fasting on account of Navarathri festivities. Unlike other devotees, who install the idol of goddess Durga in their homes

Barbaric to threaten rape of Sethupathi’s daughter: Kanimozhi

DMK leader Kanimozhi on Tuesday demanded police take action against the person who had issued a rape threat against actor Vijay Sethupathi’s daughter.

TVS Motor launches Marvel’s Avengers inspired scooter priced at Rs 77,865

TVS Motor on Tuesday launched its Marvel’s Avengers inspired TVS NTORQ 125 SuperSquad Edition scooter priced at Rs 77,865 (ex-showroom Delhi).

One lakh each for rain ravaged houses in Hyderabad: KTR

With the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting heavy rainfall in the next three days, K.T. Rama Rao, municipal administration and urban development (MA&UD) minister, has said 80 special officers have been deployed in the GHMC limits and adjoining municipalities for taking up rescue and relief measures.

Ram Pothineni's Red to have a new Release Strategy

Ram Pothineni is one of the young heroes who is waiting to release his new movie RED in the theatres. With the theatres back in the operations mode, the announcement on the film's release might come anytime soon.

1,486 new coronavirus cases, 7 deaths in Telangana

Telangana on Tuesday reported 1,486 new coronavirus cases, while seven more people succumbed to the infection. The state's Covid tally rose to 2,24,545. The fresh fatalities pushed the death toll to 1,282.

Badminton star PV Sindhu slams scribe for false report

A furious P. V. Sindhu sharply shot back at an English newspaper on Tuesday after it jumped the gun and reported a concocted confrontation with her family members that caused her to leave Hyderabad and train in London.

Telangana: All the examinations in the state cancelled amid heavy rains in Hyderabad

The incessant rains in the two Telugu states have created havoc especially in Hyderabad where the city is flooded with rainwater.

Not afraid of my govt's dismissal: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh on negating farm laws

Presenting four Bills formulated by his government in the Punjab Assembly to negate the three central farm laws, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday warned of threat to national security peace and asserted that he was prepared to resign or be dismissed rather than bow to "injustice to Punjab's farmers".

COVID-19: Court acquits 20 foreign attendees of Tablighi event

A Mumbai court has aquitted 20 foreign attendees of a Tablighi Jamaat event who were booked by the city police for allegedly violating prohibitory orders during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown.

Heavy rains hamper COVID testing in Hyderabad

Testing for Covid-19 has been badly affected due to the rain havoc in the state as well as the regular dip in weekend testing. Only 26,027 samples could be collected on Sunday

Facebook, Instagram launch AR filters, GIFs, hashtags for Durga Puja

Facebook and Instagram on Tuesday launched several features and content programming to help make virtual Durga Puja celebrations as entertaining as possible in the country.

comments powered by Disqus