Cdpo Exam: 1.82l To Write Papers Today | Patna News

PATNA: As many as 1.82 lakh candidates will write their BPSC’s child development project officers (CDPO) preliminary examination at 320 centres across the state on Sunday. Around 19,685 candidates are supposed to take the examination at 32 examination centres in Patna district.
The examination would be held from 12 to 2pm. In the wake of the recent question paper leak, tight security arrangements have been made at all the centres of examinations.

BPSC examination controller Amarendra Kumar told this newspaper on Saturday that sealed packets of question papers and answersheets along with other examination materials have been dispatched to the examination centres spread over 21 districts. However, for the examination centres based in Patna, the same would be sent by special messengers on Sunday morning.
State’s chief secretary Amir Shubhani and BPSC chairman R K Mahajan have already directed all the district officers and police officials to take all necessary precautions and make foolproof arrangements for checking any unfair means in the examination. The district magistrates have been directed to ensure proper arrangements at all the examination centres so that there is no scope of paper leak or use of any other unfair means in the examination.
In Patna district, district magistrate Chandra Shekhar Singh and senior superintendent of police Manavjeet Singh Dhillon briefed the centre superintendents and all concerned law and order officials about the safe conduct of examinations and precautions to be observed during the entire period of the examination. Altogether 55 magistrates, including 15 zonal magistrates would be deputed to ensure fair conduct of examination at the 32 centres in the district.
The examination controller said that thorough frisking of candidates would be conducted at the main entrance gate of the examination centres. The entry of candidates inside the examination centre would start at 10.30am and close at 11.45 am. In no case, a candidate would be allowed to enter the examination hall after the commencement of examination. Candidates or invigilators would not be allowed to move outside the examination hall during the entire period of examination. CCTV has been installed at all the strategic points at the examination centres. The sealed packets of question papers kept in the strong room of the examination centre would be opened half an hour before the commencement of examination in the presence of magistrate and police and a videography of the opening of the packets would be properly conducted. No examination personnel or law and order official would be allowed to use his or her cell phone in the strong room.
Prohibitory orders under section 144 Cr PC shall remain in vogue in and around the examination centre and no unauthorized person would be allowed to enter the centres of examination. The examination would be conducted strictly under the Bihar Examination Conduct Act, 1981 and strict action would be taken against the person found violating any provision of this Act, the controller said.

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