Since the formation of the Mahagathbandhan government in Bihar, job-employment has been at the top of the agenda of the government and the opposition. In such a situation, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is not taking the slightest risk of angering the unemployed. If complaints are being received, quick hearing and action is being taken. Within ten days, Nitish Kumar overturned two decisions of BPSC regarding the preliminary examination of Bihar Public Service Commission on the demand of unemployed.
First of all, BPSC candidates had protested in Patna against taking the exam in two shifts and opposing the percentile system. The police had to use sticks to disperse the protest. A few days ago, the image of the government was damaged due to lathi-charge on the candidates demanding the teacher reinstatement of the seventh phase. Chief Minister Nitish immediately took cognizance of the BPSC matter and called from the Chief Secretary to the BPSC Chairman and it was decided that now the BPSC PT exam will be held in one shift instead of two.
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Then this week BPSC has released the date of PT exam on 21st September. Then there was an uproar. Some candidates preparing for both UPSC and BPSC met Nitish Kumar, who went on a Delhi tour, and said that September 21 is the main exam of UPSC while BPSC has kept the date for the preliminary exam. This will leave a test for those who want to give both. Nitish assured him that the government would seriously consider it. Nitish reached Patna on Thursday evening and on Friday afternoon the decision to change the date of BPSC PT exam from 21st September to 30th September came.
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