Class IV Recruitment; No paper Leak, claims Bandipora District Admin


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Bandipora, March 1: The District Administration Bandipora today rebutted a news report with regard to a paper leak of the JKSSRB Examination. Contesting the report, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Bandipora, Dr Owais said no such incident has been reported in the district as of now. He further said that no examination centre was set up in district Bandipora for ongoing JKSSB examination and urged the students not to pay any heed to rumors.

Clarifying the facts, SSP Bandipora said that they have received an input that some people are demanding money from the candidates before the JKSSB Class IV exams. We arrested them and seized some documents. As of now there is no proof of paper leak as claimed in the news report, he added.

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Furthermore, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara, Imam Din today inspected various centres of JKSSB Class-IV examination in Kupwara. During the visit, the DC inspected various examination centres including Kupwara Public School Dudwan and Industrial Training Institute Gulizoo  and took stock of arrangements made there for smooth conduct of the examination.

Expressing his satisfaction over the arrangements, the DC directed the Centre Observers, Magistrates and Superintendents to ensure better coordination for fair and smooth conduct of the examination in the district. ADC Kupwara, Nazir Ahmad Lone who is also the Observer of the examination and other concerned officers accompanied the C during the visit.

Phase 3rd of JKSSB Class-IV exam today concluded smoothly in Ganderbal district. To have firsthand appraisal of the facilities made available for aspirants appearing in the exams, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Ganderbal, Shafqat Iqbal along with Additional Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, Farooq Ahmad Baba today inspected various examination centers setup within the district.

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As many as six centers for 2715 students were set up within the district among which 2363 appeared in the examination. The DC on the occasion enquired about the facilities made available for the aspirants like seating, cleanliness, drinking water, lighting and inspected the arrangements regarding COVID-19 like availability of hand sanitizers, masks and maintenance of social distance in examination halls.

Expressing satisfaction over the arrangements, the DC directed the concerned officers to ensure conduct of examination in a fair and transparent manner. Meanwhile, Magistrates and videographers were deployed at all the examination centers besides district police had also put in place all necessary security arrangements for smooth conduct of examination.


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