The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has declared the results of the exams conducted for Sales Tax inspectors, assistant and civil judge judicial magistrate (First class).
The MPSC has selected 1090 candidates as sales tax inspectors, 94 as assistants and 51 as civil judges.
The exams for sales tax inspectors and assistants were held six months ago and results were pending. The decision of scrapping the interview for these posts was taken already. Thus it was recommended to the state government to give appointment letters to the candidates, who have cleared the exam.
The lists of the selected candidates have been displayed on the noticeboards in the Mumbai office of MPSC and at the collectorates in Aurangabad, Pune, Nagpur, said S N Hanumante, deputy secretary of MPSC. Judge:
Babaso Sankpal has got first position in the state by scoring 174 marks. The candidates who have been selected from Aurangabad centre are: Rupali Sidnale, Rohini Sankpal, Vinayak Vishwas, Prashant Giri, Nagnath Borphalkar, Sonali Pawar, Mahesh Joshi, Sachin Shirsat and Atul Kulkarni. Assistants:
Shrimant first in state
Shrimant Divte has topped the exam by scoring 299 marks in the state. The candidates selected from various categories : Open 57, SC/ST 8 each, NT (C) 1, NT (D) 3 and other 17. Dinesh Barhate, Amol Pathak, Arun Kharat, Bhaskar Gade and Vijaya Kokate from Aurangabad centre have been selected for position. Sales tax inspector:
Charusheela Deshmukh has scored 285 marks and obtained first position in the state. The selected candidates from various category : Open category 515, Scheduled Caste 137, Scheduled Tribe 77, OBC 218, special backward class (SBC) 21, NT (C) 37, NT (D) 23, DT(A) 23. Many candidates who appeared for exam in Aurangabad have got selected for position.