bpsc: Govt Asks Districts To Ensure Fair Conduct Of Bpsc Examination | Patna News


PATNA: In the wake of question paper leak in the 67th Combined (preliminary) BPSC civil services examination last Sunday the authorities concerned are making extra efforts to ensure fair conduct of all the forthcoming examinations of the BPSC.
On Thursday, chief secretary Amir Shubhani and BPSC chairman R K Mahajan discussed through videoconferencing with all the high officials the ways for ensuring safe and fair conduct of child development project officers (CDPO) examination scheduled for May 15. DGP S K Singhal, district magistrates, senior SPs, and SPs of all the 21 districts where examination is scheduled to be held participated in the discussion.
Both Shubhani and Mahajan sought information from the district magistrates and other officials concerned on the preparations made so far for the smooth and fair conduct of examinations and directed them to take all necessary precautions and make fool-proof arrangements for checking any unfair means in the examination. The district magistrates were directed to ensure properarrangements at all the examination centres so that there is no scope of paper leak or use of any other unfair means in the examination.
They were further directed to remain alert during the entire period of the examination. Magistrates and police officers deputed at the examination centres must take extra precautions and maintain constant vigilance in and around the examination centres. CCTV or web cameras must be installed properly in the strong rooms of all the examination centres where sealed question papers would be kept.
BPSC examination controller Amarendra Kumar told the newspaper that the DMs and other officials concerned of the district headquarters of Patna, Ara, Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Gaya, muzaffarpur, Purnia, Lakhisarai, Samastipur, Munger, Nawadah, Motihari, Rohtas, Saharsa, Vaishali, Nalanda, Siwan, Aurangabad, Begusari and Madhubani participated in the videoconferencing.
Meanwhile, BPSC has already decided that henceforth any examination would not be held in any affiliated (private) college in the state. And, only officers of known integrity would be associated with the examination works, including invigilator, or law and order duty or administrative job.
The BPSC has written letters to all DMs to identify such institutions for serving as examination centres against which there is no complaint. Furthermore, these institutions must have high boundary walls and meet other basic requirements of safe examination centres, the letters said.
In the meantime, the BPSC has issued interview letters to 953 candidates who have qualified the written examination of the 66th BPSC combined competitive civil services exam. The interview will be held from May 18 to June 4. The candidates have been asked to fill up two forms.





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