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  • Protest exhibits happen outside Johar Town, Lahore and Lawrence road
  • Candidates claim occupations for the post of instructor have just been given out
  • By holding tests, PPSC is only satisfying a custom, says one candidate

LAHORE: Candidates organized dissent shows outside the Punjab Public Service Commission’s (PPSC) assessment fixates on Saturday, charging that genuine blunders had occurred in the exam. 

Read more: PPSC test: Candidates affirm genuine mistakes in exam

Protests by a few applicants of the PPSC were held external the PPSC’s test habitats in Johar Town and Lawrence Road. 

A competitor showing up for the situation of teacher said that positions for the calling had just been distributed to individuals. “By holding examinations, the [PPSC] is only doing a formality,” he said. 

Candidates had showed up for the Economics test of the PPSC today. 

PPSC test: Candidates charge genuine blunders in exam

Earlier today, up-and-comers who showed up for a composed test directed by the PPSC for the post of teacher, actual instruction asserted genuine missteps and mistakes had occurred in the examination.

The test was hung on December 20, following which various competitors took to Twitter to feature their complaints and requested that PPSC specialists investigate the issue.

Some applicants had additionally shared screen captures of their formal composed grievances which they had submitted to the PPSC in such manner. They asked others to stick to this same pattern to get justice.

The applicants had claimed that other than various spelling botches, there were a couple of inquiries which had more than one right answer, which truly befuddled them while endeavoring the MCQ-based test.

When reached, PPSC Secretary Muhammad Nawaz Khalid Arbi said that occasionally up-and-comers who can’t endeavor the test effectively attempt to make an issue out of nothing.

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