Congress protested in Aurangabad city demanding implementation of new syllabus of Maharashtra Public Service Commission main examination after two years. Hundreds of examinees participated in this protest. The students who study in the old way will get the last two chances, the students said. On the other hand, in Nagpur, a demonstration was held in front of the Collectorate on behalf of the National Students Union of India. The activists, led by the president of the organization Anirudh Pandey, protested by raising slogans against the commission and the government. MLA Abhijit Vanjari participated in the protest.
Congress strongly protested at Mahatma Phule Chowk for the major demand that the new syllabus of State Services Main Examination should be implemented from 2025 instead of this year. If the new method is implemented after two years, the students studying in the old method will get two last chances. If there is a rush to implement the new pattern, the students will suffer. The students said that the government should think about this and avoid the loss of thousands of students.
State Service Commission Preliminary Examination is in June 2023. There is competition among lakhs of students. It is challenging for the students to pass the preliminary examination. So it takes time to study for the pre-examination. However, the commission announced the implementation of the syllabus without giving any preliminaries. This decision is unfair to lakhs of students. The Congress has warned that the government should take an immediate decision or intensify the agitation.
NSUI protest against MPAC
Preparation is being done for last two years according to paper method. Imposing a new style of paper at the same time is unfair to the students. Pandey demanded that the government should implement the new system from 2025. Former ministers Nitin Raut and Sunil Kedar also supported the protest. MLA Vanjari warned that if the government does not pay attention to this, there will be a strong protest on behalf of the party.
… So let’s raise our voice in the legislature
Protests are going on across the state against the examination system of MPS. Poor boys and girls prepare for the exam by spending lakhs of rupees. The Commission’s policy is completely wrong. Talking to the media representatives, Congress state president Nana Patole warned that if the government does not pay attention to this immediately, the voice will be raised in the legislature.