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Meghalaya Public Service Commission building inaugurated

By STAFF correspondent

SHILLONG, May 26 - The Meghalaya Public Service Commission (MPSC) today got its own building after nearly 48 years of its existence. The MPSC came into being in September, 1972.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma inaugurated the new building at Lower Lachumiere in the presence of State Chief Secretary MS Rao, MPSC Chairman LM Sangma and other senior officials.

Sangma stressed the need of transparency in conduct of examinations by the Commission and hoped that the results would be announced quickly. There have been several allegations of nepotism and opaque functioning against the Commission and its members in the past.

�Apart from transparency, conducting examinations fast and getting results out faster, decentralisation and use of technology will be critical. With decentralisation of the examination process, the people do not have to travel far,� the Chief Minister said.

He also stressed the use of modern technology like video conferencing for the conduct of interviews. �All these interventions can ensure that the MPSC performs in a much more efficient manner,� Sangma said.

The Chief Minister felt that creation of an IT cell within the Commission would add to its efficiency. He said that the IT cell would improve the overall experience of the candidates by making the application and communications process seamless.

Sangma said that the new building would ensure a new MPSC, which is more accessible and friendly. The Chief Minister added that reforms within the MPSC would further enhance its efficiency.

He lauded the efforts of all those involved in the completion of the project, and said that the new infrastructure would enhance the functioning of the MPSC and greatly benefit job aspirants and the people of the State.

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Meghalaya Public Service Commission building inaugurated

SHILLONG, May 26 - The Meghalaya Public Service Commission (MPSC) today got its own building after nearly 48 years of its existence. The MPSC came into being in September, 1972.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma inaugurated the new building at Lower Lachumiere in the presence of State Chief Secretary MS Rao, MPSC Chairman LM Sangma and other senior officials.

Sangma stressed the need of transparency in conduct of examinations by the Commission and hoped that the results would be announced quickly. There have been several allegations of nepotism and opaque functioning against the Commission and its members in the past.

�Apart from transparency, conducting examinations fast and getting results out faster, decentralisation and use of technology will be critical. With decentralisation of the examination process, the people do not have to travel far,� the Chief Minister said.

He also stressed the use of modern technology like video conferencing for the conduct of interviews. �All these interventions can ensure that the MPSC performs in a much more efficient manner,� Sangma said.

The Chief Minister felt that creation of an IT cell within the Commission would add to its efficiency. He said that the IT cell would improve the overall experience of the candidates by making the application and communications process seamless.

Sangma said that the new building would ensure a new MPSC, which is more accessible and friendly. The Chief Minister added that reforms within the MPSC would further enhance its efficiency.

He lauded the efforts of all those involved in the completion of the project, and said that the new infrastructure would enhance the functioning of the MPSC and greatly benefit job aspirants and the people of the State.

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