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Very Very Good News to TSPSC Group -II Aspirants

There is a very very good news for the Group II aspirants who are taking their first Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) examination after the bifurcation of the State. Before the beginning of the examination there were 765 members competing for one post but at the end of the completion of Paper I on the first day the competion came down to 502 members. The reason for this is only 35 per cent Group II aspirants failed to attend the examination. It is observed that only 65.50 per cent attendance was recorded as 5,17,819 candidates out of 7,89,437 appeared for the examination at 1,916 centres across the State. Due to a technical glitch, the biometric details could not be recorded. TSPSC in a press release issued said that the recording of biometric details could not be completed on Friday due to network failure and other technical reasons. The biometric details of the candidates would be recorded offline on Nov 13. In a few examination centres, it was reported that some invigilators had distributed OMR sheets randomly resulting in mismatch between the question booklet number and the bar code number given on the OMR sheet leading to confusion among candidates. However, it was later clarified to the candidates that they need not be concerned with such mismatch. Hyderabad City recorded 64.36 percent attendance. Maximum attendance was recorded in Warangal (urban) at 77.25 per cent and lowest was recorded in Kumram Bheem at 9.91 per cent.