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Education News: UPPSC BPSC RPSC JPSC CGPSC 14 PSC Public Service Commissions meeting changes in recruitment exam interview – Meeting of 14 Public Service Commissions including UPPSC, BPSC, RPSC, big changes will be seen in recruitment exams.


Very soon, a major change will be seen in the process of interview for selection to administrative and other posts in Public Service Commissions across the country. On Monday, a workshop on interview technique was held in Prayagraj in the presence of chairpersons and members of 14 Public Service Commissions from across the country including Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission, Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC). In this there was a brainstorming session to make the interview more practical and effective. It was decided that the contestants appearing for the interview should be tested in the same way as they are tested in the army.

It was said in the discussion that on the lines of By the People, For the People and Off the People, interviews should be conducted adopting the concept of By the Candidate, For the Candidate and Off the Candidate, keeping in mind that the person being interviewed He is not an innocent or incompetent person. Under no circumstances should the candidates be discouraged so that the best can be selected for the administrative services of the state.

First workshop of commission members
In the workshop organized for the first time, it was decided that keeping in mind ‘Developed India-2047’, such administrative officers would be searched through commissions, who would have high-class leadership abilities, morality, honesty, courage, empathy and sensitivity. Acting Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court, Manoj Kumar Gupta, inaugurated the workshop as the chief guest and expressed hope that this workshop will yield far-reaching results. Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Chairman Sanjay Srinet said that the seed sown in this Kumbh city during the workshop will take the form of a tree in the future.

They participated in the commission’s workshop
Dr. CV Shankar Reddy from Andhra Pradesh, David Thingcham Sangtam from Nagaland, Prof. from Goa. Sukhji Gajanan Naik, Anand Kumar from Ravrane, Haryana, Colonel Rajesh Kumar from Himachal Pradesh, Dr. HS Narendra from Karnataka, SA Saif from Kerala, Imtiaz Ahmed Karimi from BPSC Bihar Public Service Commission, Dr. Krishna Kant Sharma from Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra Dr. Dilip Pandharpatte from Rajasthan Public Service Commission, Kailash Chand Meena from RPSC, Asha Aa from Gujarat. Shah, Dr. Sarita from Chhattisgarh, Prof. from Jharkhand. Ajita Bhattacharya, Dr. AK Verma from Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission, Prof. RNN Tripathi, Kalpraj Singh, Dr. Sabita Aggarwal, Dr. Haresh Pratap Singh, Dr. Ram Pyare, Mukesh Mishra.

Major searches for Vikram Batra, not Milkha Singh
Major General Manoj Kumar, Commandant, Army Selection Centre, East, informed the members of the commissions about the interview technique in the Army. Major General Manoj Kumar said that when we take interviews, we do not look for Milkha Singh, but officers like Vikram Batra, who has high-class leadership abilities and courage. He said that the experts sitting on the board should examine the personality of the candidate in such a way that he can fulfill his responsibilities honestly during his job in the coming 30-40 years.

The administrator should be such that he understands every section of the society. Lion
As an expert, former VC of BHU and former DG of ICAR, Prof. Punjab Singh said that through interviews, we can find such an administrator who understands every section of the society closely.

Questions should be asked keeping ethics at the center Nanditesh
Ethics instructor Nanditesh Nilay told the members of the commissions that if the assessment of personality is not done on the basis of ethics then it is incomplete. He urged the members to ask questions keeping ethics at the center in the interview.

Officers tested in mock interview
Major General Manoj Kumar, Prof. Three separate boards were formed under the chairmanship of Punjab Singh and Nanditesh Nilay. In which members from commissions of 14 states were also included. Employees and officers of the Commission were made candidates and their mock interviews were conducted.

Speaker and members should listen more to the Chief Secretary than speak in the interview
During the interview, if the chairman and members of the board focus on listening more than speaking, then a good candidate can be selected. Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra said this in the national workshop of commission members from 14 states held on Monday. He joined the workshop through online medium. Said that the new changes in UP Public Service Commission can be an example for other commissions. UPPSC has proved this by releasing PCS result in 10 months and PCS J result in six and a half months. For ‘Developed India-2047’ we have to elect such administrators who can take quick decisions. Those who have the vision to develop the country and also have the capability to carry out development work.