TSPSC Holds Online Tests for Recruitment

Published: 19th October 2015 06:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th October 2015 06:28 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) conducted the second Computer-Based Recruitment Test (CBRT) on Sunday without any technical glitch unlike in the past.

The commission held three online recruitment tests for the posts of Horticulture Officer, Agriculture Officer and Assistant Executive Engineer in the irrigation department.

To avoid any disruption due to technical glitches, the TSPSC arranged backup computers at all the test centres. However, none of the centres reported any malfunction of computers. TSPSC officials claimed that the examinations were held peacefully.

The officials monitored the process of online test from TSPSC’s Command Centre.  Information technology minister KT Rama Rao, along with energy minister G Jagadish Reddy and GHMC commissioner Somesh Kumar, have visited the command centre and supervised the arrangements.

KTR lauded TSPSC’s IT initiatives to successfully conduct the CBRT on a large scale. He also lauded the TSPSC for making the online test popular and credible among  job aspirants, according to a press release. The test for recruitment of Horticulture and Agriculture Officers, and assistant engineers saw the attendance of 85 percent, 83 percent and 63 percent of candidates respectively.

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