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Thursday, August 30, 2012

HARYANA CIVIL SERVICES (HCS) MAINS EXAMINATION


HCS 2011 REVISED PRELIMINARY RESULT DECLARED. CLICK HERE FOR RESULT


CLICK HERE FOR 3RD DECEMBER JUDGEMENT

 NO PASSED WILL BE FAILED: The Haryana Public Service Commission ( HPSC) has decided not to nudge out candidates declared successful in the HCS preliminary examination results declared in May. When asked about the probability of some successful preliminary exam candidates unable to figure in the revised result, HPSC chairman Manbir Bhadana said all candidates declared successful in the previous result will be eligible to sit for the main written examination. When asked as to how much time the candidates would be provided to prepare for the main examination after the declaration of revised result, Bhadana said the commission would consider the issue after going through the high court orders. During the course of the hearing in the high court, the counsel for the petitioners had sought a reasonable period for the conduct of main examination after the declaration of revised result.
Puneet Bali, counsel for the commission, had verbally informed the high court during one of the earlier hearings that the commission would provide three months for conduct of main examination after declaring the revised result. However, the issue was not discussed in the court on Monday and was not part of the order.
HIGH COURT ORDERED HPSC TO FORM A COMMITTEE AND DECLARE RESULT ON PERCENTILE BASIS

The Punjab and Haryana high court on 3rd December, 2012 directed the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) to constitute an experts' committee to look into the issue of wrong questions and answer key of the preliminary examination of Haryana Civil Services (executive branch) and other allied services 2011. The experts committee will consider representations of the candidates. On 3rd December a division bench comprising chief justice Arjan Kumar Sikri and justice Rakesh Kumar Jain directed the HPSC to finalise the names of the experts for each subject and submit them in a sealed cover to the court within four weeks. The high court also directed that the experts' committee, within four weeks, would look into all representations received by the HPSC from various candidates. The commission would declare the fresh results of HCS preliminary examinations on percentile basis as per the report of the experts' committee to be constituted subject wise. The decision came on a petition filed by HPSC, challenging single-judge bench's order dated August 30 before the division bench. During the resumed hearing of the case on Monday, advocate Vijay Kumar Jindal, representing the candidates, argued: "The commission should be directed to submit the names of experts in a sealed cover to the high court so that transparency can be maintained." He said answer key of every examination should be made public after the examination, as there always remained a chance of questions being wrong. As per the earlier court directions, candidates also submitted a list of subject-wise disputed questions stating that till date the commission had not been able to find out all wrong questions which were much more in number as accepted by the commission. Sunil Dhull and Dr Ashok Kumar, who had challenged the examination process, submitted in their reply to the court that in general studies paper, 80 questions out of 100 were picked up as it is from Unique Publication 2011 edition, which speaks volumes about the examination process. They submitted a list of 65 disputed questions in five subjects - general studies (21), public administration (11), history (17), geography (8) and chemistry (8). The case was disposed of by the high court on 3rd December, with directions to the commission.
Disposing of 21 petitions, single-judge bench of the high court in its judgment had postponed the main written examination scheduled for September 2 and had directed the commission to constitute an experts' committee to decide 151 representations received from various candidates. However, the commission was against the constitution of an experts' committee. The preliminary examination was conducted on March 25 for 151 posts in which 41,366 candidates had appeared. The result was declared on May 4 and since the unsuccessful candidates were not satisfied, they had moved the high court, challenging the conduct of the examination. On the basis of the May 4 result, 2,409 candidates had qualified for admission to the main written examination. The HPSC had chosen to award marks for all wrong questions instead of following a more credible and transparent method of referring the matter to experts for settling the issue. (Source:HT)
 PUNJAB & HARYANA HIGH COURT

CASE STATUS INFORMATION SYSTEM

Case Status :DISPOSED
Status Of:LATTER PATENT APPEALS
Case No.:1549
Year :2012
Petitioner :HPSC
Respondent :SUSHIL MALIK & ANR.
Pet's Advocate :H N MEHTANI
Res's Advocate :
CategoryNO CATEGORY MENTIONED
Date of Disposal :Dec 3 2012
Last Listed on :Dec 3 2012
Case Updated On :Dec 3 2012

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CASE UPDATE OF 29 NOVEMBER: The Haryana Public Service Commission on 29 November agreed in principle to constitute a subject-wise committee of experts to consider representations received by it after releasing answer key of  preliminary examination for HCS (Executive Branch) and allied services. The Commission accepted that 40 questions were found to be wrong. According to HPSC over 287 representations have so far been received by the Commission. Approximately 136 representations were received after the publishing of the answer keys, while 151 were received just after the examination. On 27 November, 2012 the HPSC had suggested that it would reduce the cut off marks in the merit list of preliminary examination of Haryana Civil Service (Executive). If accepted, candidates securing 132.06 marks in the general category in the preliminary examinations would also be allowed to appear for the main examination. Earlier the cut off marks were 134. The revised cut off in SC category would be 116.33 against 120 earlier, and would be 130.08 in the BC category against 133 earlier. In the ESM category, the suggested cut off is 109.48 compare to 113 earlier, while in physically handicapped category, it has been suggested to revise the cut off as 121.44, instead of 125 marks earlier.


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CASE UPDATE: next hearing on 29-11-2012


71 New Candidates in Pre. Pass list

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday directed the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) to submit details of wrong questions found in preliminary examination of Haryana Civil Services (executive branch) and other allied services, 2011, within two days to the court.
The c as e will now come up for hearing on Thursday. The direction came on a petition filed by the HPSC before a division bench, comprising chief justice Arjan Kumar Sikri and justice Rakesh Kumar Jain.
The HPSC had approached the division bench, saying it was not practical for it to follow the directions issued by the single judge bench on August 30. The HPSC had later chosen to award candidates grace marks.
The high court had, on September 4, di rect ed t he HPSC to inform it about the impact on the result if the undisputed and wrong questions are deleted, and result of that subject is prepared on the strength of remaining questions on percentile basis.
The HPSC on Tuesday informed the court that after preparing the result on percentile basis and deletion of wrong questions, 212 candidates are to be excluded and 71 new candidates are to be included.
The commission submitted that of the new candidates who can appear in the main examination, 12 are petitioners. It was submitted that the cut-off marks of the last declared qualified candidate after preparation of the result was 132.06. This means that candidates, who were earlier declared qualified but were later excluded in view of the result prepared on percentile basis, and those who were not the petitioners and not within the cut-off zone are eligible to sit for the main examination.
The court was informed that after publishing the answer keys, number of answers found to be wrong by the paper setters out of disputed questions in nine subjects come to 42. Appearing for the petitioner candidates, advocate Vijay Kumar Jindal said the HPSC had sent the representations by the candidates regarding discrepancies in questions to paper setters, which is illegal.
“The representations should be scrutinised by a committee of experts,” he said. The preliminary examination was conducted on March 25 for 151 posts, in which 41,366 candidates had appeared.
The result was declared on May 4.
Since unsuccessful candidates were not satisfied with the result, they had moved the high court, challenging the conduct of examination. On the basis of the result, 2,409 candidates had qualified for admission to the main written exam scheduled from September 2. (Courtesy HT)



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HCS exam case: Next hearing 27 November, 21 get notice

Taking up a petition filed by the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC), the Punjab and Haryana high court on 9 October, issued notices to 21 candidates, including Sunil Dhull who had challenged the process of preliminary examination of Haryana Civil Services (executive branch) and other allied services, 2011, initially.
The petition came up for hearing before the division bench, comprising chief justice Arjan Kumar Sikri and justice Rakesh Kumar Jain, on 09-10-2012. Earlier, the HPSC had filed only one appeal in the case - HPSC versus Sushil Malik and others - on September 4. The case will now be heard on November 27. The HPSC had approached the division bench saying it was not practical for it to follow the directions issued by the single judge on August 30. The preliminary examination was conducted on March 25 for 151 posts for which 41,366 candidates appeared. The result was declared on May 4 and since the unsuccessful candidates were not satisfied, they had moved the high court, challenging the conduct of examination. On the basis of the May 4 result, 2,409 candidates had qualified for admission to the main written exam, scheduled from September 2. The single judge bench had directed the HPSC to constitute an experts’ committee to decide 151 representations received from candidates with many other directions.
On September 4, the division bench had stayed the August 30 order passed by the single judge except the directions in which it was ordered that the commission would upload answer keys of the preliminary examination on its website to call representations from candidates within a reasonable time. (Sources: The HT)


Status of          LATTER PATENT APPEALS   1338        of    2012    
HARYANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION THRU S  .                  JITENDER KUMAR AND ANOTHER

Pet's Adv.     :   H N MEHTANI                   

Next Date of Hearing    :   27-11-2012    

Next Date of Hearing :     Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Last Listed On :     Tuesday, October 09, 2012

List Type :  Ordinary     

FIR No. :   NO FIR DETAILS AVAILABLE / NOT A CRIMINAL CASE
  
Category :   NO CATEGORY MENTIONED


Bench for Next Hearing Dt :   NO BENCH MENTIONED

Bench for Last Hearing Dt :   NO BENCH MENTIONED
    



CONNECTED APPLICATION (S)
  CM   3544-LPA    of  2012
  CM   3545-LPA    
of  2012
  CM   3633-LPA    
of  2012
  CM   3634-LPA    
of  2012


CONNECTED MATTER (S)
No Connected Cases.
    

Case Updated on:   Tuesday, October 09, 2012 
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HCS EXAM. 2011 CASE IS LISTED IN CHIEF JUSTICE BENCH

DAILY I D.B. MOTION PETITION THE TUESDAY DATED 09/10/2012      CR NO 1
HON'BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE
HON'BLE MR JUSTICE RAKESH KUMAR JAIN

223  LPA-1338-2012 (SERHR) HARYANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
THRU SECRETARY V/S JITENDER KUMAR
AND ANOTHER
 H N MEHTANI
 CM-3544-LPA-2012    
 CM-3545-LPA-2012  
 CM-3633-LPA-2012  
 CM-3634-LPA-2012
(This case is listed as a last case in the Honorable Chief Justice Bench. Chief Justice A.K. Sikari took charge as a chief justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court on 23-09-2012)
PLEASE FIND THE CAUSE LIST CLICKING THIS LINK
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HPSC (HCS) MAINS  EXAMINATION 2012 COURT JUDGEMENT

CANDIDATES CLAIM THAT SOME ANSWERS ARE WRONG

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ANSWER KEY PUBLISHED. HERE ARE ANSWER KEY

CBI seeks apex court nod for booking Chautala, ex-minister in job scam
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SINGLE BENCH ORDER CHALLENGED and STAYED

Honourable Double bench has stayed the single bench order. However HPSC will publish answer key within 10 days. No passed students are going to fail but unsuceessful students will find the place in mains. But it seems non-geography and non-political science students is going to be benefited. Mains will be held now in November, since upsc mains is scheduled in October. So guys you have two months time for mains preparation. Best of luck.
HARYANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION HAD CHALLENGED THE SINGLE BENCH JUDGEMENT IN DOUBLE BENCH. HERE IS STATUS. CASE WAS LISTED IN COURT NO-11.
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ASSISTANT PROVIDENT FUND COMMISSIONER EXAMINATION CUT-OFF
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OLD ORDER (30th August, 2012)
After the order of Punjab and Haryana High court, HCS mains examination has been stayed for further order. It was scheduled from 2nd September. But now it has been postponed for further order. Justice Augustine George Masih delivered the judgment on 30th August. HCS preliminary examination was held on 25 March, 2012. Total 41366 students has appeared in preliminary examination.



Writ petitions were allowed with following directions :-

(i)  The Haryana Public Service Commission  shall constitute a Committee of Experts to consider  the 151 representations received by the Commission in pursuance to Clause 9 of the booklet of question papers and submit its report to the Commission. Commission shall consider the same and take 
steps in accordance with the law;
(ii)  The Haryana Public Service Commission  shall publish the answer key of the preliminary examination within a period of three days from today, call for the representations from the 
candidates within a reasonable time, on receipt thereof, if any, the same be referred to a Committee of Experts, which shall consider these representations and submit its opinion to the Commission 
which shall thereafter take a decision thereon and take appropriate steps in accordance with law. 
In case, discrepancies are found in the question papers/answer keys as per the report of the Committee of Experts, corrective measures be taken by the Commission and the following be also taken into consideration, i.e.  wherever the question(s) in respect of which the option shown to be correct in 
the answer key is incorrect and instead another option as determined by the Committee of Experts is found to be correct, answer key be corrected. Question(s) in respect of which the 
answer in the answer key is debatable or question(s) in respect of CWP No.10309 of 2012 & connected matters     which there  is/are more than one correct option or questions in 
respect of which none of the options is correct or question(s) which is/are confusing or do not supply complete information for a clear answer, would have to be removed from the purview of 
examination. In the case of paper of General Studies, answers be evaluated accordingly of all the candidates. 
Optional papers: However, in the case of optional subjects, the Commission shall have no option but to order re-examination in the said optional paper(s) if discrepancies in question 
paper(s)/answer key(s) is/are of such a nature where the question(s) is/are to be deleted.  
The result be thereafter compiled and declared only after the above process is given effect to. 
The main written examination, which is fixed for 2.9.2012 shall stand postponed till the above exercise is 
completed by the Commission. 
The said Optional papers are: Geography (5 wrong questions), Electrical Engineering (2 questions), Political Science (3 questions), Physics (1 question). Grace marks were awarded to all the students of these optional papers equivalent to wrong questions. However no grace marks were awarded to other optional papers.

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                                      Announcement (HPSC)
It view of the directions given by Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court dated 30.08.2012 in CWP No. 10309 of 2012 (Titled as Jitender Kumar & another V/s HPSC) alongwith other connected CWPs that the Main Written Examination of HCS (Ex. Br.) & other Allied Services Examination 2011 which is fixed for 02.09.2012 is hereby postponed. 
Date:  30.08.2012                   Secretary 
Haryana Public Service Commission  
                   Panchkula
OPTIONAL WILL REMAIN IN 2013 CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION
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High court postpones HCS main exam
LATEST: EPFO EXAM ADMIT CARD, SYLLABUS AND PREVIOUS PAPER
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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

It means re-examination will be held for only those papers. However it seems unlikely. Since expert committee will be constituted by HPSC and decision will be taken by that committee and HPSC. So it seems students with Geography and political science papers are going to loose, and other optional papers students will be benefited. Very confused judgement indeed.

Anonymous said...

IS IT A JUSTICE? NOT AT ALL. JUDGE ORDERED RE-EXAMINATION IF QUESTIONS ARE DELETED BY EXPERT COMMITTEE. CAN JUDGE GURENTTEE THAT not a single question will be wrong in re-examination? It is certain that few questions will be wrong again, then what will happen? Decision must be challenged in double bench or in Supreme court. EVEN PASS STUDENTS SHOULD CHALLENGE IT.

Anonymous said...

In Geography 105 candidates have got entry into the list because of these five marks. In the category of scheduled castes where the cut-off
marks are 120, 19 candidates have made the cut-off marks. In the BC category, 8 candidates and in the ex-servicemen category, one candidate. In Political Science & International Relations where three questions are wrong, after deducting three marks, 31 candidates in the general category did make the grade, 11 in SC category, 5 in BC category and 3 in ESM category. Similarly, in Physics where there is one wrong question, two candidates have made it to the list of cut-off candidates in the general category. In the Electrical Engineering, none of the candidates has been
benefited.

Anonymous said...

High probability of HPSC moving to Double bench on 3rd September. If it doesn't release's answer key on Monday then it is certain that single bench decision will be challenged.It will a rational decision of HPSC.

Anonymous said...

NOTHING IS CLEAR YET. SO FAR HPSC HASN'T PUBLISHED ANSWER KEY AND DEADLINE IS ALREADY CROSSED. SO CHANCES ARE THAT HPSC HAS MOVED IN DOUBLE BENCH OR SUPREME COURT. HOWEVER IT IS CERTAIN THAT SINGLE BENCH ORDER WILL BE REVERSED IN DOUBLE BENCH, SINCE IT HAS SO MANY FLAWED.

Anonymous said...

JUDGEMENT WILL BE DELIVER TODAY ITSELF. THERE IS HIGHER CHANCE OF SINGLE BENCH ORDER REVERSAL. GUYS KEEP YOUR FINGER CROSSED. WAIT TILL EVENING, EVERYTHING WILL BE CLEARED.

Anonymous said...

PRE FAIL, NO SECON CHANCE. SO CONGRATULATION TO PASSED STUDENTS AND START PREPARATION, MAINS WILL BE IN NOVEMBER

Anonymous said...

HCS exam: HC partially stays single-judge order
Had postponed process of conducting mains on August 30

EXTENDS DEADLINE TO PUBLISH ANSWER KEYS OF THE PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION ON ITS WEBSITE SO AS TO CALL REPRESENTATIONS FROM THE CANDIDATES

CHANDIGARH: A division bench of the Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday partially stayed its single judge order that had on August 30 postponed the process of conducting the Haryana Civil Services (executive branch) and other allied services main examination, 2011.
Challenging the single judge order, the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) had filed the letters patent appeal, which came up fo r hearing on Tuesday before the division bench headed by justice Surya Kant. However, the detailed order of the division bench is yet to come.
Taking up the petition, the division bench s t aye d the August 30 order passed by the single judge except the directions in which it was ordered that the commission would publish answer keys of the preliminary examination on its website so as to call representations from the candidates within a reasonable time.
Though the single bench had earlier directed to publish the answer keys within three days, the division bench on Tuesday extended the time up to 10 days.
The Hindustan Times had highlighted the discrepancies in the preliminary exam question papers of different subjects that had taken aback candidates and the HPSC had later chosen to award them grace marks.
HPSC had approached the division bench saying it was not practical for it to follow the directions issued by the single judge.
The single judge bench had directed the HPSC to constitute an experts’ committee to decide 151 representations received from candidates.
It had also ordered the committee to l ook i nto t he questions of the general studies paper of the preliminary examination and to submit the report to the commission, which would take necessary steps as per law.
The single judge had ordered, “However, in the case of optional subjects, the commission shall have no option but to order re-examination in the said optional paper(s) if discrepancies in question paper( s ) /a ns wer key ( s ) is/ are of such a nature where the question(s) is/are to be deleted.”
The preliminary examination was conducted on March 25 for 151 posts in which 41,366 candidates had appeared.
The result was declared on May 4 and since the unsuccessful candidates were not satisfied, they had moved the high court, challenging the conduct of examination.
On the basis of the May 4 result, 2,409 candidates had qualified for admission to the main written exam scheduled from September 2.

Ashish said...

We study like hell, work like donkeys and then in the end we become victims of corruption, nepotism,favoritism and money power. In the last, we keep appearing in each examinations hoping better result, but this better word never comes for unfortunate like us. Come on and let us fight this corruption, otherwise nothing is going to change.

Anonymous said...

ANSWER KEY IS ON HPSC SITE. PLEASE VISIT
http://hpsc.gov.in/Answerkey.aspx

Anonymous said...

DELETED QUESTIONS IN GENERAL STUDIES ARE:
The ommited questions are:
1. What is Gomia in Bihar famous for:
a) Coal Fields
b) Manganese Mines
c) Fertilizer Plant
d) Explosive Factory

2. Population density according to 2011 census is
a) 1002 people/per sqkm
b) 642 people/per sqkm
c) 573 people/per sqkm
d) 945 people/per sqkm

3. Literacy rate (%) in Haryana is:
a) 70.75 percent
b) 68.60 percent
c) 62.50 percent
d) 58.25 percent

4. The Haryana Special Economic Zone came in the year
a) 2005
b) 2006
c) 2007
d) 2008

5. Who among the following has been honoured the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals
Award for 2010 for their work in using innovative approaches for poverty and hunger alleviation?
a) BRIC
b) WHO c) IBSA
d) G-20

6. The basic difference between the Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles is:
a) Fundamental Rights are Positive while Directive Principles are Negative
b) Directive Principles are given precedence over the Fundamental Rights by the Court
in all the cases
c) Fundamental Rights are justifiable while Directive Principles are not
d) None of the above

7. When did the EEC( European Economic Community) change into EU(European Union)
a) 1992
b) 1995
c) 1996
d) 1991

Anonymous said...

A PIL SHOULD BE FILED IN SUPREME COURT TO ORDER HIGH COURTS FOR TAKING SUCH MATTERS SERIOUSLY. DOUBLE BENCH PROVIDED HPSC NEARLY TWO MONTHS.