TSPSC FSO Exam 2017 Answer Keys: Last date to raise objections extended till November 9

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TSPSC FSO Exam 2017 Answer Keys: Last date to raise objections extended till November 9
TSPSC FSO Exam 2017 Answer Keys: Last date to raise objections extended till November 9

New Delhi : The Telangana State Public Service Commission has successfully conducted the written exam to recruit the Forest Section Officers of the state on October 22 across the state. Now, The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) on Friday extended the date for raising objections against the preliminary answer key. Now, candidates can raise objections against the TSPSC FSO Exam Answer Keys 2017 till November 9.

Here's what the official notification read:

"The last date of receiving objections on the Preliminary Keys which was declared as 03/11/2017 is now extended upto 09/11/2017. Candidates are advised to note the above dates and submit their objections through the link provided. Objections received beyond 09/11/2017 will not be considered at any cost. The candidates are instructed to submit their objections only in English and only as per the order of questions appearing on the screen with the question numbers allotted by TSPSC."

How to raise objections against TSPSC FSO Answer Keys 2017:

Candidates can do the same by visiting the official website, tspsc.gov.in

Meanwhile, the TSPSC FSO exam 2017 was conducted on October 29.

Moreover, the notification was released in August this yea by TSPSC, inviting application from qualified candidates for the post of Forest Section Officer in Forest Department (EFS&T); 90 vacancies will be filled through this recruitment.

About TSPSC

The Telangana State Public Service Commission is the youngest Public Service Commission in the country. It takes up recruitment to the public services and posts in connections with the affairs of Telangana State strictly in accordance with the rules, orders and instructions issued by the Government from time to time governing such recruitment.

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