Telangana’s Chief Minister, Revanth Reddy, has set forth an ambitious plan to reform the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) on the lines of the esteemed Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). With an eye on transformative change, the government aims to ensure transparency, efficiency, and meritocracy in the recruitment process.
In a strategic move, CM Revanth Reddy, accompanied by Minister Uttam Kumar Reddy, held deliberations with UPSC’s top brass, including Chairman Dr. Manoj Soni and Secretary Shashiranjan Kumar, in Delhi. The constructive dialogue centered on adopting UPSC’s best practices to streamline TSPSC operations.
Revanth Reddy’s commitment to purifying TSPSC was evident as he expressed admiration for UPSC’s century-long track record of conducting transparent, timely, and merit-based job appointments. The aspiration is clear: transform TSPSC into a beacon of excellence, free from political interference and administrative irregularities.
Highlighting past shortcomings, Revanth Reddy criticized the previous administration for allegedly politicizing TSPSC appointments, leading to systemic flaws and lapses. In stark contrast, the current government pledges to uphold integrity, ensuring non-partisan appointments and fostering a culture of meritocracy.
Echoing the sentiment, UPSC Chairman Manoj Soni affirmed the institution’s commitment to guiding TSPSC’s evolution. Emphasizing the pivotal role of merit in UPSC’s recruitment ethos, Soni pledged to extend training and awareness initiatives to TSPSC officials, fostering a collaborative and knowledge-sharing environment.
The transformative vision for TSPSC garnered support from key stakeholders, including CS Shantikumari, CM Principal Secretary V. Seshadri, and other eminent officials. Together, they envision a future where TSPSC stands shoulder to shoulder with UPSC, epitomizing transparency, efficiency, and meritocracy in public service appointments.