Jharkhand Staff Selection will held Sachivalaya Sahayak Mains Examination on 16th December, 2012. Admit Card for JSSC mains examination has been uploaded on the commission’s website (http://www.jssc.in/). If nothing unusual happens, then final result will be declared by January 2013 itself. Now compare JSSC examination with Bihar Staff Selection Commission’s Sachivalaya Sahayak Examination (First Graduate level). BSSC had advertised the first graduate level vacancies on 17th June, 2010 (click here for complete advertisement for BSSC First Graduate Level Examination). After one and half years of wait, preliminary examination was held on 18th December, 2011. Result of preliminary examination was declared on 12 April, 2012 (click here for preliminary result). Due to some defects in model answer, unsuccessful candidates filed a writ petition in the Patna High Court. On 30th October, 2012, Honorable Justice Samarendra Pratap Singh supported the BSSC logic and rejected the bunch of petitions filed by unsuccessful candidates. However, honorable Justice directed BSSC not to fail those candidates who have already been declared successful in the result. According to BSSC, number of such candidates are 935. After this verdict, BSSC chairman JRK Rao announced that commission would declare extra 1415 result and mains would be held between 16 to 20 December in Patna and final result would be declared on 13th January, 2013. But, so far no extra result has been declared. It is said that one legal aspect has emerged. According to the BSSC, there are few more students, who have scored more than those 935 students in respective categories. Hence they have sent a file to General Administration Department for suggestion. Now General Administration Department is saying that they have sent a file to state Law Department for further actions. Nobody knows when these concerned departments will send suggestion to BSSC. Now, who is responsible for all these messes? One can say without hesitation that BSSC is solely responsible for delay. One should not forget that same situation had arisen before Bihar Public Service Commission in 53-55th preliminary result. But, BPSC never sought suggestions from any department and declared the additional result within 10 days. But so far more than 1 and half months have passed; BSSC hasn't come out with additional result. In this way, one can easily say that BSSC is still lying there, where it was in December 2011.
Contrary to BSSC, Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission had advertised the vacancies in May 2012, (click here for JSSC advertisement) preliminary examination was held on 30th September, 2012, preliminary result was declared on 14th November, 2012 (click here for JSSC preliminary result), and now mains examination is scheduled on 16th December, 2012. It means, JSSC took only 6 months but BSSC has taken more than 2 and half years, yet nobody knows when BSSC’s first graduate level mains examination will be held. Bihar Government has implemented Right to Service Act, but it seems BSSC is above this act, where ‘responsibility’ word is irrelevant. But amid these irresponsible deeds of BSSC, poor and unemployed youth of Bihar are suffering. Who cares?