TSPSC Awareness Aspirants Against Fraudsters
The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has alerted unemployed youth to be wary of dishonest elements and miscreants who try to mislead and cheat them with false promises on providing jobs through the commission.
The advice has been issued in the backdrop of the Task Force police busting a job racket involving a gang of four persons that duped a person after allegedly collecting huge money from and assuring him of an Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector (AMVI) post claiming that it had connections in the TSPSC. The police arrested four persons and seized Rs.15.88 lakh and some promissory notes from their possession.
“TSPSC has been conducting recruitment exams in most transparent and safe manner. All the details about notifications, examination schedule, syllabus and results are being made available on the official website of the commission besides providing all relevant information on the mobile phone numbers of the candidates taking the TSPSC exams, to ensure transparency”, Secretary of the commission Parvathi Subramanian said in a statement.
The TSPSC thanked the Police Department for their immediate action in the cheating incident, the Secretary said, adding that the police investigation had revealed that no employee of the commission was neither involved nor connected with the episode.
The accused had cheated the aspirant with false names and identities, she said. Even before the cheating incident had surfaced, the TSPSC had cautioned job aspirants to be careful against fraudsters with a warning to the candidates too, stating that if anybody was found to be indulging in offering money, encouraging corruption or luring others in the name of obtaining selection would be debarred from appearing for any exam conducted by TSPSC, UPSC or other States’ PSCs in future, the Secretary stated.
An email firstname.lastname@example.org was also made available on the TSPSC website to provide information.