No more visits to PSC office; change candidate profile online on your own

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Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) will soon launch the facility that would enable candidates to make necessary changes to their profiles online on their own. The date from which this facility becomes available would be announced later.

With this facility being rolled out, the candidates would no longer have to go to the PSC office, along with their certificates, to modify the details already entered in their profile. Steps have been initiated to upgrade the software, that would allow the candidates to make changes to the profile and upload the certificates.

An affidavit would also need to be uploaded with regard to the changes being made to the profile. The documents will be checked when the candidate is shortlisted as part of the recruitment process. Those who provide false information would be disqualified.

However, the candidate would not be allowed to make any changes to the photo, name, date of birth, identification marks and signature.

Recently, the PSC had announced that it will offer all services to candidates based on their profile as registered on its portal named Thulasi. A press release from PSC last December stated that the new arrangement will come into force from March 1, 2023. At present, only a few services such as submitting applications for employment could be availed through the portal profile of candidates.

The press release also said the services which would be available under the new software include, applications for revaluation of answer-sheets; applications for obtaining copies of answer-sheets; applications for change of date of exam/interview scrutiny of documents and verification for appointment; applications for adding educational qualification on the Thulasi software; applications for scribe; submission of fees for appointment verification and applications for filing complaints regarding answer key and other grievances.

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