APSC Results 2020: Students shine in various departments; Check the list of toppers here
APSC Results 2020 is declared on the official website. Bijit Pathak tops in the Assam Civil Services department.
APSC Results 2020: The Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) declared the result of the Combined Competitive Examination (CCE), 2020 for recruitment to Services/ Posts of the Government of Assam. The APSC Results 2020 have been declared for 11 different posts in which the selected candidates will get selected for the Junior Grade position. The APSC Mains examination was held from 21st February 2022 to 27th February 2022.
Earlier, another historic decision was initiated by the Gauhati High Court. On Friday, October 21, 2022, it upheld the decision of the Government of Assam to list out the Language Paper required for the Mains Paper which was qualifying in nature in the APSC exams. The Assam Government took a major decision in which it listed out the criteria for appearing for the qualifying language paper. It had been done by the way of the Cabinet decision dated November 24, 2021, extending that exemption to all candidates.
This Cabinet decision was challenged for being inconsistent with the Constitution, statutory provisions, and interests of the Assamese people. The APSC Results 2020 were released after the decision was taken by the judicial body today. Earlier, the results for Mains were declared on 18th May 2022. The Interview began on the 26th Of May, 2022.
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APSC Results 2020: Seat matrix for selected candidates in the 11 posts
The APSC Results 2020 has been declared for 11 posts in which each and every selected candidate will be posted in the Junior Grade category. The seat matrix for each and every post is given below:
|POSTS (Jr Grade)||Open Category||OBC/ MOBC||SC||STP||STH||EWS||PwD||TOTAL|
|Assam Civil Service||53||29||8||14||7||10||4||121|
|Assam Police Service||30||20||4||5||2||8||69|
|Superintendent of Taxes||5||1||6|
|District Transport Officer||1||1||1||1||1||5|
|Inspector of Taxes||9||6||2||6||2||2||1||27|
|Inspector of Excise||2||2||2||1||7|
|Block Development Officer||6||10||3||4||3||7||4||33|
|Assistant Employment Officer||1||3||4|
|Assistant Manager of Industries||1||5||1||3||1||10|
APSC Results 2020: Toppers list
The toppers of the APSC examination 2020 under various posts are given below:
|DEPARTMENT||CANDIDATES WITH THE HIGHEST MARKS (Roll Numbers)|
|Assam Civil Service||Bijit Pathak (2300428)|
|Assam Police Service||Karabi Bania (1900943)|
|Superintendent of Taxes||Samima Abdur Atiq (3120062)|
|District Transport Officer||Purabi Kalita (2301877)|
|Labour Inspector||Amitabh Deka (3101011)|
|Inspector of Tax||Shafi Kamal Hussain (3120900)|
|Inspector of Excise||Rituraj Hazarika (2901787)|
|Block Development Officer||Gaurav Borthakur (1401405)|
|Assistant Employment Officer||Aditi Singha (1300034)|
|Sub-Registrar||Miranda Thakur (3113073)|
|Assistant Manager of Industries||Sidhartha Protim Bortamuli (3121385)|
The results were declared today for the fulfillment of 331 posts in the 11 departments. The list of all the selected candidates is attached in the given link. (APSC Results 2020)
Gauhati High Court decision regarding APSC Results 2020
The Gauhati High Court on Friday, October 21, 2022, upheld the decision of the Government of Assam to list out the Language Paper required for the Mains Paper which was qualifying in nature in APSC exams.
This decision became a conclusion to the litigation pending before the Gauhati High Court over the issue of the language paper. The APSC advertisement for Civil Service Examination (CSE) 2021 listed out the criteria for appearing for the qualifying language paper. The court in its order and judgment directed the Assam Government: “In light of the view taken by this Court, the APSC is at liberty to declare the final results of Combined Competitive (Mains) Examination, 2020 (Written + Interview) and complete the recruitment process as prayed for in I.A. (Civil) No.1572/2022. The interlocutory application stands allowed accordingly.”
While it provided for exemptions for candidates from Dima Hasao, Karbi Anglong, and West Karbi Anglong (later expanded to Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi vide amendment). This was challenged as discriminatory.
Hence, the Assam Government took a policy decision by way of a Cabinet decision dated November 24, 2021, extending that exemption to all candidates. This Cabinet decision was challenged for being inconsistent with the Constitution, statutory provisions, and interests of the Assamese people.
The High Court, after scrutiny of existing Acts, rules, and judgments, declared that such a decision was not in violation.
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