Mumbai : deccan express – MPSC News | Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has warned the candidates against using inappropriate language while criticizing MPSC’s manner of working.
MPSC said that candidates who used unacceptable language while commenting on the work of MPSC will be banned from appearing for MPSC exams for some time or permanently, a press release from the Commission said.
Many candidates have expressed disapproval on the way MPSC is functioning through social media and media in general. MPSC has raised objection to the words used by the candidates saying inappropriate language will not be tolerated. The press release said MPSC will initiate legal action against such candidates. They will be debarred from appearing for the exams.
The candidates have condemned this warning given by MPSC. No exams were conducted for two years due to the pandemic due to which the candidates preparing for the exam received a setback. Every year 18-20 lakh candidates appear for MPSC exam. They have been waiting for the exams since last two years but the warning issued by MPSC is discouraging, the candidates said.
Web Title : MPSC News | ‘Mind your language’, MPSC tells candidates
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