Aggrieved agriculture candidate have alleged that several anomalies and discrepancies were detected at various Agri and allied posts in the Combined Technical Exam (CTE) 2010-2011, conducted by Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Interacting with Nagaland Post, aggrieved agriculture candidates sought clarification and justification from the commission.
They alleged that commission in advance graded and classified the candidates on the basis of marks scored in the written exam without taking into consideration the marks of the final interview result.
According to the aggrieved agri candidates, some candidates were called for interview only for one particular post, graded by the will of the Commission without referring his/her preferences. They asked the commission whether it would guarantee him/her to get selected to that specified post called for since the candidate was not offered with another option.
Candidates also alleged that some candidates were called for an interview in multiple items and not in accordance with their preference and that in-service-candidates serving the government at gazetted rank was called for interview to non-gazetted post which they have not even opted in their application.
Aggrieved students urged the Commission to ponder some of the points such as maintenance of 3:1 ratio, Agri candidates who has opted for ranger post was being called in interview for the same and those candidates who would be appearing the Indian forest service examination on July 9 were being called for interview on the same date.
Candidates also said looking back to the examination pattern conducted by NPSC, either NCS/NPS and allied or technical exams, the system of grading and classification were not to be found in practice before the declaration of oral interview result.