MPSC Exam: Maharashtra minister questions in MPSC exam, writes to CM

MPSC Exam: Maharashtra minister questions in MPSC exam, writes to CM

Mumbai: Maharashtra minister and Congress leader Yashomati Thakur on Tuesday objected to some questions in the MPSC exam held on March 23 and called them “politicized” and “a syllabus inspired for the RSS or BJP”. Thakur, who took charge of the Women and Child Development Department in the MVA government, wrote a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on the issue on 26 March.

“The MPSC exam paper contained an essay that mentioned the Center as the Modi government and not the Union or the Indian government. The same letter also contained a statement stating that the then Congress government had given independence. After the British adopted the education system. It is factually incorrect. “His letter states.

“Every year lakhs of students appear for the examination papers. There were some questions on Manusmriti even in the previous exams. The politicization of such exams should be postponed as soon as possible. There is a motive behind the syllabus for RSS or BJP, “Added.

Thakur demanded that the state take strict action against those who set up the Maharashtra Public Service Commission paper.

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