11-27-2014, 07:33 PM
It was a meeting of all parties by the government leaders on Sunday his views on civil service aptitude test (CSAT), which has recently been in conflict.
"We decided to seek the views of political parties on the issue in light of the differences of opinion on the subject. People are very sensitive. So we have to study the pros and cons of all aspects and take a final view , "he told reporters parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu. Naidu also said that political parties are requested to give their opinion on five questions related to CSAT examination included; Following the English, reading, reduced weight of component analysis, document title II and returned to work second source also suggest other alternatives.
Quoted Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the meeting since the issue is very sensitive, collective view should be taken. "The meeting then all political parties see approach of the government in this regard were given the opportunity to discuss the matter," he said. "In the next three days and Department staff training should provide a brief note on why political parties that political parties have given their views in writing within the next 15 days," said Naidu.
The problem had been turned into a huge controversy in the last session and both Parliament was distorted due to the difficulty several times. Government wanted to take on board the parties before the winter session begins. The meeting was convened by Naidu under security provided by the government during the last session of Parliament budget. Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Jaitley, secretary of the PMO Jitendra Singh, Minister of State Parliamentary Affairs Rajiv Pratap Rudy and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and other leaders of 26 parties represented in both chambers of parliament, was present during the meeting.
At the meeting, Singh and Naidu this is a very sensitive and benefit the government considers views of all parties. Parties that participated as conferences, parties, Trinamool Congress, JD (U), the left rjd, Samajwadi Party and BSP. It made a detailed presentation by the Secretary (dubbed) on the origin and evolution of the civil services examination conducted every year by the Union government in service Commission (UPSC). Alleged bias language, part of the civil service examination candidates have been demanding the scrapping of CSAT introduced in 2011. They were claiming that other role CSAT, among other things tests logical reasoning, analytical skills, and understanding basic English numbering putting rural students and students from non-English medium school funds at a disadvantage.
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