GUJARAT: The Gujarat Public Service Fee (Gpsc) has postponed all of the preliminary exams scheduled in April in view of rising circumstances of COVID-19. The Fee has mentioned the exams will probably be held later.
“In view of fixed representations by the candidates about their inconvenience to jot down exams, the GPSC has postponed all of the prelim exams scheduled in April. The fee would conduct examinations of Advt No 27 Mains & 112/19-20 and 41 & 42/20-21 as soon as corona exits utterly,” Dinesh Dasa, Chairman GPSC has tweeted.
“I recognize the sincerity & dedication of GPSC employees and whole examination equipment who’re able to conduct exams in difficult time in order that those that usually are not in job get it earliest. I render my apology to honest candidates who’ve been getting ready for exams for final many months,” he has mentioned in one other tweet.
The Fee had just lately introduced to fill oevr 1,200 vacancies in varied departments. It had just lately accomplished the Class I and II most important examination. The Fee had notified to fill 1,000 Medical Officer posts within the Gujarat Medical Service. It had scheduled the written examination on September 7.