Pune: Protests Continue Over MPSC Exam Changes

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Shivajinagar, 20th February 2023: Candidates aspiring for the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) examination are protesting for the implementation of changes in the civil service examination pattern from 2025. The protest is taking place at Jhansi Rani Chowk on Jangli Maharaj Road, with the aim of urging the MPSC to implement changes in the examination as soon as possible.

The commission has announced changes in the MPSC examination from 2023. Gopichand Padalkar, a politician, participated in the apolitical agitation by the students, and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has taken a positive stance on the changes, suggesting that they should be implemented from 2025 onwards. Following this, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has requested the commission to implement the proposed changes from 2025 onwards.

However, the students are demanding that the changes be implemented from 2023. After the Chief Minister’s request, Congress has now started a protest, emphasizing that they want to see implementation rather than promises. The protesters believe that there is still confusion about the decision that will be taken, and they will continue their agitation until a clear decision is made.


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