The chief minister and ministers had claimed that the government could give advice memo to 151,513 people in the last nearly 5 years coinciding with the rule of the Pinarayi Vijayan government.
The PSC had assured that those who had faced inconvenience in writing the exam on the first three dates would be allowed to appear for the exam during the final phase.
Any candidate who had prepared with the help of previous question papers and by strictly following the syllabus can easily score 60 marks.
The timely appointments of many rank-holders were hampered because available vacancies in the government were not regularly or properly reported during the COVID lockdown.
The order staying any regularisation attempt was passed by Justice Sunil Thomas on a petition filed by one of the agitating PSC rank-holders.
A special cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday cleared the appointment of over 100 people in a few semi-government organisations.
The final lap of preparations should be different from the earlier method. Candidates need to chart out a definite study plan and increase the hours spent on training.
Candidates should download the admission ticket and reach the exam centres as per the revised timings.
The PSC will take a final decision on the exam which will have more than 15 lakh candidates, after eliciting state government's response.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) meet has decided to publish the notification for 44 posts in various departments.