SES, dental, veterinary surgeon candidates have to wait 2 more months for interviews


Indore: Around five thousand written qualified candidates of state engineering services, dental surgeon and veterinary surgeon examination will have to wait for at least two months for their interviews.
The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission is expected to conduct the interviews after completing recruitment process of specialist doctors for health department a reason behind it.
MPPSC OSD R Panchbhai said, “The candidates qualified for interviews of SES-2021, veterinary services and dental surgeon examination will have to wait at least two months for their interviews as commission is occupied in conducting interviews for specialist doctors for the health department.”
“It will take around two to three months for the commission to complete the process for selection of around 900 specialist doctors for the health department”, added Panchbhai.
These 5,000 qualified candidates are waiting for their interviews for around two months, after their results were declared in October last week. The commission on October 28 declared 3,019 candidates qualified cumulatively for 493 posts, which comprises 446 posts of civil, 36 for electrical and 11 for mechanical engineer post under two-list formula in SESE-2021.
Consequently, the results of the written examination for veterinary surgeon and dental surgeon were declared. The interviews are awaited to complete the process.
Over six lakh aspirants of State Service Examinations of 2019 and 2020 will have to wait longer for the process to proceed ahead. The commission is in wait and watch mode.
Panchbhai said, “The commission hasn’t decided anything yet on the SSE-2019 examination as it is waiting for hearings to happen on a petition challenging two lists 87%, 13% formula.”
“In any case, the decision will be taken this week to go ahead in the SSE-2019 examination”, added Panchbhai.
The commission declared results of SSE’s, SES’s and other examinations on an 87%, 13% two-list formula to divide posts in two parts without any corrigendum to advertisement based on an executive order from the General Administration Department. The formula is challenged before MP high court.

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