Haryana PSC Conducts HCS, Allied Services Exams

The Haryana Public Service Commission carried out the preliminary examination for Haryana Civil Service and different allied providers on Sunday in two periods amid elaborate preparations together with putting in jammers to dam cell alerts. The examination was carried out from 10 am to 12 pm and from 3 pm to five pm, an official assertion stated.

To block the cell alerts, jammers have been put in in any respect the centres. For the comfort of the candidates, a facility for protecting the bags was additionally supplied on the centres. Besides, police preparations have been made close to the examination centres to take care of legislation and order.

Senior officers of the district administration have been appointed as flying squad officers for normal checking of the centres. “The examination was conducted in a peaceful, smooth, uninterrupted and fair manner,” the assertion stated, including the fee had made elaborate preparations for the examination.

“CCTV cameras were installed in all the rooms in the examination centres and live videos from all rooms of these centres were monitored in the control room set up in the HPSC office , Panchkula,” the assertion learn. Biometric attendance of all of the candidates by means of iris scan (aimed toward detecting impersonation) was recorded.

Intensive frisking of the candidates was additionally carried out to be able to be sure that no candidate carries any digital system or different materials which can be utilized for breach of the sanctity of the examination. Videography of all of the candidates and all vital processes have been carried out in any respect the centres, it stated. A complete of 1,48,262 candidates utilized for the marketed posts, which was the best ever for this examination, it stated.

As many as 535 examination centres have been established by the Commission in 13 districts of the state — Ambala, Faridabad, Gurugram, Hisar, Kaithal, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panchkula, Panipat, Rewari, Sirsa, Sonipat and Yamunanagar. Chief Secretary Vijai Vardhan had held a gathering with deputy commissioners and senior police officers on September 2 to make sure easy conduct of the examination.

Last month, amid reviews of the paper leak, the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) had cancelled the written examination for the recruitment of police constables. Opposition events had attacked the BJP-JJP authorities after the paper leak incident, with senior Congress chief Randeep Singh Surjewala alleging that Haryana had turn into a hub of the “paper leak mafia” beneath the BJP-led dispensation because the “criminals have no fear of the law”.

After the examination was cancelled, Surjewala had claimed it was the twenty eighth paper which received leaked.


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