Shivraj wants MPPSC to recruit class-IV employees on XII marks

 Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has asked the MP Public Service Commission to frame rules to recruit Class-IV employees directly on the basis of their marks in 12th standard.

PTI| Updated: May 05, 2016, 16:04 PM IST

Indore: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has asked the MP Public Service Commission to frame rules to recruit Class-IV employees directly on the basis of their marks in 12th standard.

"There are many services in the fourth-class category where the minimum qualification is 12th standard. The MPPSC should frame a scheme to recruit people directly on the basis of their marks on such posts," Chouhan said here last evening inaugurating the building of the Commission.

The written examinations and interviews should be conducted for higher posts only where necessary.

Terming MPPSC as the "heart of the state", Chouhan said the Commission has raised the state's stature by working with full transparency and authenticity.

"I feel honoured that MPPSC is working with full transparency and in an unbiased manner and has made a distinct identity for itself. Nobody has raised any doubts on its working and it has conducted exams with full honesty, authenticity and transparency," the Chief Minister said.

On the occasion MPPSC Chairman, Vipin Beohar and Secretary, Manohar Dube were also present among others.

The new MPPSC building was constructed with a cost of Rs 15 crore in an area of 6,541 square metre. It houses a total of 80 rooms.