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Suppression of Facts While Filling Up P.S.C. Form

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  • #69758
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      Dear Member,
      I am feeling mental stress, plz suggest me. I am an employee of a state govt. aided primary school from last 4 years. recently some months ago I am applied for an another post of State Govt through advertise of PSC, During form fillup 1. where in a column (a question ,are u a govt servant, state yes or no ? ), I had answered No, because of my present service is govt aided not a full govt. 2. At the end of application form *marked note-only for the candidate serving under Govt./Govt undertaking/statutory body have to informed his head office/department in written you applying for this post (not mentioning for getting NOC from present employer). After getting the admit card for exam (from PSC) I had informed/intimated my department through proper channel prior to sited in the exam. I am sited in the exam and letter stage viva is completed. Hoping a positive result. I feel tension that before new appointment, Police Verification Report (PVR) on character and antecedent is obtain and there I see a column to give details of previous employment. I am confused what I do… Plz reply on urgent…

      #79822
      unknown
      Spectator

        Hello Mr. Roy,
        1. I think, you need not worry that much. In forms like that, you have to declare that the given information is true to your knowledge and belief. And to your knowledge and belief, you, being a Primary Teacher of a Govt. Aided School, are not a Govt. Employee.
        2. It’s always a wise act to inform your employer before filling up the forms because the forms ask the information whether you have ‘informed’ your present employer, not that you got the ‘permission’ or not. However, since you have informed at least before taking the exam, I don’t think it would be a problem.

        #79823
        unknown
        Spectator

          Dear Mr. Ray,
          Thanks for the information. I have done a mistake in point of the application form, i.e. Have you any time been employed, if yes write details, here I just write the subjected post required experienced related job details, not mentioned the primary service. now during police verification report (PVR) on character and antecedent is obtain and there I see a column to give details of any previous employment. I am confused what I write there.. plz suggest.

          #79824
          unknown
          Spectator

            Dear Mr. Roy,
            Forget what you have done or filled earlier. It is more important to declare the fact at the earliest than to continue a falsified statement. I suggest, you should mention it in the PVR form. The first miss may be considered as a mistake/misinterpretation of the form directives at your part, but occurrence of the same for the second time may be considered as suppression of fact.
            Normally, Police Verification is done on request from the Department where you are going to be appointed, and generally your PSC forms are not forwarded for the purpose. However, if you are asked by the Police personnel, tell him that you have inadvertently done it earlier and corrected it in the PVR form. Hope there will be no problem then. And even if there is a problem, don’t worry, there is a solution too.

            #79825
            unknown
            Spectator

              Dear Mr. Ray,
              Thanks for your valuable reply

              #80504
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                i am central govt. employee. My boss said to me that you have applied the new post without through proper channel as a fresher. I like to know that it will face problem for me?

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