Government Employees of 2.2 Lakh in 5 Years, 75000 Staffs failed to Clear Computer Literacy Test!!!

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Government Employees of 2.2 Lakh in 5 Years, 75000 Staffs failed to Clear Computer Literacy Test!!!
Government Employees of 2.2 Lakh in 5 Years, 75000 Staffs failed to Clear Computer Literacy Test!!!

Government Employees of 2.2 Lakh in 5 Years, 75000 Staffs failed to Clear Computer Literacy Test.Around 33% of Karnataka government employees were unable to pass the basic computer literacy exam In the first attempt.

Of the 2.2 lakh employees who took the required test over the previous five years, officials estimate that 75,000 of them failed it. Some made two or three unsuccessful efforts to pass the test meant to gauge their level of familiarity with computers and their use. As a last-ditch effort, the government last week sent a circular to all department heads and deputy commissioners requesting that all staff pass the exam by December 31 of this year.

In 2012, the government suggested making the test required for all of its employees as part of a plan to eliminate paper from administration.All workers will only have one more chance. According to government regulations, we won’t administer these examinations beyond December 31 and those who fail won’t receive promotions, according to KS Shivaramu, project director for capacity building at the Centre for e-Governance.

All categories of employees from Groups A, B, and C, with the exception of drivers and attendants, must take the test, including police. The staffs were informed that failure to do so would result in promotions being withheld and new appointment probationary periods not being declared. There is no restriction on the number of tries; however employees must pay Rs.359 for each test after the second try.

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The government assigned state-owned Keonics to administer the online test. In 2017, the initial test was carried out. Since then, only 2.2 lakh of the 5.5 lakh employees have responded, which is a very dismal response. Employees and the government don’t take this seriously. Employee sluggishness is exacerbated by the government’s failure to withhold promotions and benefits, according to a department of personnel and administrative reforms officer (DAPR).

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