Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has issued a public notice announcing the change in the MP Police DSP Radio Exam Date 2021. The recruitment exam for Deputy Superintendant of Police (DSP) was all set to be conducted on December 12, 2021. However, it will now be conducted at a later stage, details of which will be announced in the days to come. The commission has also not provided any specific reason behind the postponement of the exam.
Initially, MPPSC was going to conduct the MP Police DSP Radio Exam 2021 on December 19, 2021. It was top be held in the computer-based mode at selected centers across the state. Advertisement for this recruitment drive was announced months before i.e., on June 23, 2021. Subsequently, the application process was conducted from July 05 to August 04, 2021. However, within just 25 days of the exam, authorities issued a public notice postponing the exam.
The notice states two clear changes in the recruitment exam – one, postponement of exam, and two, change in the exam mode. Instead of online mode, the exam will now be conducted through the OMR mode. This should not be a cause of concern or panic for candidates. Instead of choosing the correct option on the screen, candidates have to mark the same in the OMR sheet.
Nevertheless, these changes raise certain doubts among candidates. usually, changes in competitive exams are not made just a month prior. Candidates are given at least 3-6 months to get accustomed to the new pattern. Going by this logic, will the MP Police DSP Radio Exam 2021 be conducted in February or March 2021? Although a valid question, there’s no exact answer to this question.
Currently, there are two pieces of information missing – 1. exam date and 2. admit cards release date. As per the official notice, both these dates will be announced in due course of time. Hence, candidates are advised to remain patient and visit the official portal, mppsc.nic.in, frequently for important announcements about the exam.
The MP Police DSP Radio 2021 recruitment drive is aimed at filling-up vacancies under two posts – DSP Radio (13 vacancies) and DSP Computer (2 vacancies). Candidates can follow the space here for any updates about the exam.