- Candidates have requested the PPSC to address their grievances
- They affirmed that blunders in the inquiry paper confounded them
- PPSC representative denies botches, says the individuals who couldn’t endeavor test appropriately might be attempting to make it an issue for nothing
LAHORE: Candidates who showed up for a composed test led by the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) for the post of instructor, actual schooling have asserted genuine slip-ups and mistakes in the examination.
The test was hung on December 20, following which various up-and-comers took to Twitter to feature their complaints and request that PPSC specialists investigate the issue.
Some competitors likewise shared screen captures of their formal composed grumblings which they had submitted to the PPSC in such manner. They asked others to stick to this same pattern to get equity.
The up-and-comers affirmed that other than various spelling botches, there were a couple of inquiries which had more than one right answer, which truly befuddled them in endeavoring the MCQ-based test.
When reached, PPSC Secretary Muhammad Nawaz Khalid Arbi said that occasionally applicants who couldn’t endeavor the test effectively attempt to make an issue out of nothing.
One client mentioned Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Usman Buzdar to pay heed and mentioned harsh activity. “They are playing with genuine ability and fate of Pakistan,” he alleged.
Here’s the way PPSC up-and-comers are venting outrage on social media: