The last interview of the Maharashtra Civil Services examination did not take place because of the COVID-19 outbreak, police said on Sunday, reportedly a 24-year-old MPSC aspiring person who allegedly died from depression in Pune’s Hadapsar area.
In 2019, Swapnil Lonkar, a diploma in civil engineering, completed the preliminary and main examinations of the Maharashtra Committee of Public Service and waited for a final interview.
An official of the Hadapsar Police Station said that he had also cleared the 2020 preliminary exam. He also said he was depressed and that his family expected him a lot, “According to Senior Inspector Balkrushna Kadam.
Public service is a collective term of a government sector made up primarily of professional and not nominating or elected officials whose institutional tenure typically survives political leadership transitions.
An official is a person employed by a department, agency, or enterprises of the public sector. The central government and state authorities are working for public officials and they respond to the government, not the party.
There are differences in the extent of government officials in the “civilian service.”
In the United Kingdom, for example, only public servants are referred to as Crown (national) employees, whereas Local employees are generally referred to as “local officials of government” who serve as public servants but not civil servants. A public official is an employee, but a public servant is not always an employee.