Uttarakhand: Copying mafia will be reined in! Commission deployed new team, experts made papers for February-April examinations
New experts have prepared papers for the examinations from February to April in the state. Uttarakhand Public Service Commission has appealed to the youth not to get misled. Be sure to prepare for the exams. The old papers of all the recruitments have been destroyed. Commission Chairman Dr. Rakesh Kumar said that keeping in mind the future and interests of the youth, 32 examinations are to be conducted this year. In this episode, on February 12, the Patwari-Lekhpal recruitment exam is going to be held amidst tight security. Some people are raising doubts through the media. He would like to clarify that as soon as the confirmed information was received from the police regarding the Patwari recruitment, it was canceled immediately. Re-examination is being conducted on 12th. After doubting the AE, JE exam to be held in 2022, an internal inquiry was first conducted. After this, a letter of inquiry was sent to the SSP. Action is being taken on this basis. The commission has suspended the accused Sanjeev Chaturvedi in the paper leak case.
He had prepared papers for Patwari exam, forest guard, which have been destroyed. The new team has prepared new papers. It has been decided to destroy all the previously printed question papers, question bank for Forest Guard Exam, PCS Main Exam under the supervision of a high level committee constituted under the chairmanship of a member of the commission.
Commission appointed new team
The commission has deployed a new team for all the upcoming examinations. New question banks and new papers have been prepared by the new team amidst tight security through the double security circle set up by the Police, Intelligence Department in the commission premises. He told that according to the new paper, all the examinations of February-April 2023 will be conducted.
Patwari-Lekhpal recruitment exam will be held at 498 centers in the state
The State Public Service Commission is going to conduct Patwari-Lekhpal recruitment examination on February 12 at 498 centers in the state. 47 in Almora, 7 in Bageshwar, 18 in Chamoli, 26 in Champawat, 72 in Dehradun, 52 in Haridwar, 66 in Nainital, 40 in Pauri Garhwal, 24 in Pithoragarh, 8 in Rudraprayag, 34 in Tehri, Udham Singh Nagar for the exam 47 centers have been set up in Andhra Pradesh and 57 centers have been set up in Uttarkashi. A total of 1,58,210 candidates will take the exam. Of these, maximum 28,584 in Dehradun, 23,841 in Nainital, 20,689 in Haridwar, 20,003 in Udham Singh Nagar, 10203 in Almora, 2487 in Bageshwar, 4748 in Chamoli, 5358 in Champawat, 13416 in Pauri, 7171 in Pithoragarh, Rudraprayag 71, 31 in North 21 examinees are included.
Blacklist will be blacklisted for the first time in the state
Papers have been leaked in the examinations of Uttarakhand Technical Education Council, Uttarakhand Subordinate Service Selection Commission in the state, but the candidates included in them have not been blacklisted yet. Uttarakhand Public Service Commission will be the first commission to blacklist 56 candidates. Among them, there are 44 candidates involved in Patwari Lekhpal recruitment paper leak and 12 candidates involved in AE-JE recruitment. 15 days notice has been issued to them. After this, blacklisting them, the list will be released on the website.