The functioning of the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has been called into question due to its failure to ensure adequate security measures in computers where confidential information is stored. This has left job aspirants feeling confused and uncertain about the state’s ability to protect their personal information. Many are from poor financial backgrounds and have been waiting for job notifications for up to eight years.
The re-examination for those who had qualified for group-1 prelims has caused financial burden and mental stress on the candidates, as they have already spent a significant amount of time and money preparing for the exams. Officials and ministers claim that there is no change in syllabus, but this provides little consolation to the aspirants who will have to pay fees to coaching centers again and raise funds, which may be a major problem for them.
Kamal Suresh, an aspirant from Medak, expressed his concerns about the lack of consideration given to the financial and personal sacrifices made by the aspirants. Ramesh, who resigned from his job and moved to Hyderabad from Warangal to prepare for Group Prelims, also shared his frustration with the situation.
The TSPSC needs to take immediate action to address the concerns of job aspirants and ensure that their personal information is protected. The state government must also provide support to these aspirants who have invested significant time, money, and effort in preparing for these exams.