The Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission has made strict security arrangements in the written examination of the Police Telecom Sub Inspector to be held on February 23 (Sunday), after several disturbances revealed during the Forest Guard Examination. The Commission has made arrangements for CCTV cameras in each of the control rooms set up at the five examination centers of Doon so that the examination officers concerned can be monitored while opening the question papers and sealing the answer sheets after the examination.
On Sunday, 3076 candidates will appear in written examination for 57 posts of Police Telecom Sub Inspector in five centers of Dehradun. According to the Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission, the examination will start from 10 am on Sunday and will run till 12 noon.
Five examination centers have been set up only in Dehradun for the examination, the candidate who will appear in the written examination has passed the physical examination earlier.
Examination Center, Number of Candidates
-SGRR Public School Race Course, (Block-A), 806
-SGRR Public School Race Course, (Block-B), 806
-SGRR Public School Bindal, (Block-A), 480
-SGRR Public School Bindal, (Block-B), 480
-SGRR Public School near Kalumal Dharamshala, 504
Santosh Badoni, Secretary, Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission, said that on February 23, Sunday, there will be a written examination of Police Telecom Sub Inspector in five centers in Dehradun. One control room has been set up at all the five examination centers in which CCTV cameras have been installed by the Commission. Examination operations will be monitored with the help of these cameras.
Opposition of unemployed union continues
The Uttarakhand Unemployed Association has opened a front against the Subordinate Services Selection Commission since the cases of high-tech cheating came to light during the Forest Guard examination. The unemployed also stayed at the dharna site located on the parade ground on Friday. The state president of the union, Bobby Panwar, said that he demanded that the chairman and secretary of the commission leave his post and that the whole matter should be conducted objectively. He said that action should be taken against the inspectors and in-charge of the examination hall who were negligent during the examination.