MP Patwari exam received a clean chit from Mohan government, instructions for joining to selected candidates!



Big news has come out regarding the Madhya Pradesh Patwari Recruitment Examination. Irregularities in the Patwari examination have been exposed and the commission that oversees the examination process has declared it a clean cheat. After this, the General Administration Department issued instructions for the joining of the selected candidates in the Patwari examination.

According to the information, the Mohan Yadav government will soon issue appointment letters to the candidates selected in the Patwari recruitment examination. In this matter, the General Administration Department has issued instructions to all the concerned departments. According to the order, appointments will be given on the basis of the declared results of the Patwari Recruitment Examination and the remaining results will also be declared.

The exam results were earlier withheld after allegations of irregularities. The then Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had given instructions for investigation. The government had constituted a commission to investigate. In view of these incidents, now clean cheat has been given to Patwari recruitment in the state. After this, orders have been issued to the concerned departments on the basis of the result declared by the General Administration Department for the appointment process related to Group-2, Sub-Group-4, and Patwari Recruitment Examination conducted by the Professional Examination Board.

What was the whole matter?

In November 2022, the Professional Examination Board issued a notification for 9200 Grade-3 posts including Patwari and the application process ran from March 15 to April 26. Out of 1,207,963 applicants, 978,270 candidates appeared for the exam. The Professional Examination Board declared the results for 8617 posts on June 30, 2023. Lakhs of candidates had protested in different parts of the state alleging irregularities in the examination. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had announced an investigation into the examination. In July 2023, a commission of inquiry was formed under the chairmanship of Justice Rajendra Verma.