Hyderabad, Oct 11 (Hydnow): As expected Group 02 exams have been postponed once again. The TSPSC officially announced on Tuesday night that the examination scheduled to be held on November 2 and 3 has been postponed to January 6 and 7.
About 5.51 lakh candidates have applied for the filling of 783 posts.
It was agreed that there are Residential schools and other job exams and it would be difficult to prepare for all at once so the candidates requested to postpone Group 2.
Due to the coming elections for the Assembly, it had to be postponed for the second time. The examination has been postponed due to the issue of the election schedule.
To this extent, the Chairman of the TSPSC, Janardhan Reddy discussed with the members on Tuesday and came to the decision that it should be postponed.
Initially, they wanted to conduct the exams in December, but considering the Christmas holidays, it was decided to conduct the exams in January. (Hydnow)
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