Chief Minister Vijay Rupani took a big announcement about the paper leak incident
The examination of the vacant examination has been canceled. The CM has seriously taken note of the paper leak incident. CM Vijay Rupani has ordered an inquiry into the matter. As well as again, at the time of the examination, the candidates have not been given a waiver. The Chief Minister said that the state government will pay the bus fares for the candidates and the departments have been instructed to avoid such incident.
Chairman of the Board of Recruitment Recruitment Board Vikas Saha has announced that the examination paper has been leaked by anti-social elements. So that the examiner for recruitment test will not be held today.
Today, 8,76,356 students were going to take the examinations. It has been informed about the paper leakage before the examination so that these steps have been taken. He also said that steps will be taken against the responsible for leaking paper. State Police Recruitment Board today conducted written examination for 9,713 seats of the observer in 29 cities of the state.
There were 8,76,356 candidates in the state who were going to give written examinations during the Thirty-lane Bandhbastra. Arrangements were arranged in 29,200 blocks of 2,440 schools / colleges for written examination. CCTV cameras were installed in all the blocks.
In the state police force, 6189 seats were initially approved for the recruitment of the Lok Sabha. But after the increase of 3524 seats, for the total 9,713 seats, the examination will be taken. Merit list will be issued after written examination. In which eight times the total meeting, ie, 77,704 candidates will be included for Practical Merit.
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