Talati Role Now Requires Graduation: Gujarat Panchayat Board Bars 12th Pass for Exam

The Gujarat Panchayat Service Selection Board has made significant changes in the rules for the Talati cum Mantri exam. According to the new rules, candidates must now be eligible for graduation to take the exam. High school graduates will no longer be eligible to appear for the Talati cum Mantri exam.

Talati Exam Conducted in May

The Talati cum Mantri exam was conducted in the month of May, covering 2697 centers across the state. After five years, more than 3400 additional locations were included for the Talati cum Mantri exam. Over 8.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam, creating a peaceful environment for the examination in the state.

Chief Minister Issues Appointment Letters

A few days ago, candidates who had passed the exams for Talati cum Mantri and Junior Clerk in the state were issued appointment letters in Gandhinagar. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel personally handed out appointment letters to 3014 successful candidates for Talati cum Mantri positions and 998 Junior Clerks. These appointments were made after a gap of five years.

Appointment Letters Issued at Mahatma Mandir

A program was organized at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar, where Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel distributed appointment letters. Approximately 4500 candidates, including Talati cum Mantri and Junior Clerk positions, received appointment letters. The Chief Minister also read and acknowledged the message conveyed by Prime Minister Modi to the candidates who received appointment letters. The program was attended by the Chief Minister, the Minister of Panchayat Department, and officials from the Panchayat Department.

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