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Following the TNPSC Group 4, Now, TNPSC CESE Exam is Being Doubted for Malpractice

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TNPSC malpractices continue in CESE 2019, allege reports: Reports now claim that there are malpractices also in the TNPSC CESE or combined engineering services exam conducted the last year 2019.

After five people being arrested recently for the Group 4 exams held in 2019, this is shocking news to the Tamil Nadu job seeking people. Also, the TNPSC Group 2 held in 2018, wherein the same two centers, which are now investigated, gave more top rankers out of 50 than any other centers. That investigation is yet to start until now.

Why TNPSC CESE is being Doubted for Malpractice?


Last year TNPSC Combined engineering services exam for 695 engineers in various capacities was conducted. The notification with a clear selection procedure was issued on May 25. For both, the papers exams were conducted on August 10 and 25. The results were announced for the 695 vacancies of assistant engineers and junior architects on November 13.

But the news is coming out that there were malpractices in the candidate selection. Those who got higher marks under the backward class and schedule class category were not selected as per the mark list is the allegation now.

How Cinematically the TNPSC Group 4 Malpractice Happened?


The latest news about the Group 4 TNPSC malpractices is that the Tamil Nadu government has dismissed Ramesh and Muthukumaran from their government duty. Ramesh was working in the education department and Muthukumaran in the energy department. They acted as brokers for the Group 4 fraud in the two centers and now arrested for it.

Everyday news about the modus operandi of the TNPSC Group 4 fraud could even make Quentin Tarantino wonder how such frauds could happen. A car following behind the ABT parcel van carrying the answer sheets, Magical pens with vanishing inks, dinner, and tea break to change and keep the answer sheets back in the ABT van; all this and many more make Hollywood crime movies nothing. Already seven people, including two tahsildars, three students, and two government employees, are arrested. How many more is the question for the Tamil people now?

Following the TNPSC Group 4, Now, TNPSC CESE Exam is Being Doubted for Malpractice