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No change in TSPSC Group 1, Group 2 examination Pattern


There will be no change in TSPSC Group 1, Group 2 examination Pattern while the syllabus, will likely see minor changes in Syllabus with more focus on Telagana history, geography and geology.

The meeting of the TSPSC syllabus committee held on Thursday discussed at length various aspects connected to the examinations.

The report will be submitted to the Telangana State Public Service Commission on February 5.

TSPSC Syllabus Committee wants to ensure that the changed syllabus would have all important things that are necessary for the students of Telangana

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Syllabus Committee head Prof G Haragopal said that the committee had gone through the existing syllabus and scheme during the meetings held so far. He said that only the ‘Scheme’ of syllabus and recruitment procedure was submitted to the commission.

The ‘Scheme’ includes the pattern of question papers, composition of topics to be covered, assigning marks to the topics and other aspects of the selection procedure. He said that changes in the syllabus would be submitted later along with the TSPSC Notification itself.

He said, “Changing syllabus is a sensitive matter and decision in that regard needs some more time. The proposals in syllabus change will come along with the notification by the commission.” When asked about Group II examination pattern, he replied that there would not be major changes in the pattern.

He said, “Since we don’t want to worry the students, we would not suggest any major changes in Group II pattern.” He said that it would be ensured that the changed syllabus would have all the important things that were necessary for the students of Telangana.

Earlier in the day, the committee met for the third time and held discussions on various issues related to the syllabus components and scheme.

He reiterated keeping in view students’ aspirations, major changes would not be done to the syllabus. He reiterated that the discussions were held to see the existing procedure of recruitment.


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