The examination will be held in two different sessions and from different question papers
Subordinate Services Selection Commission will now conduct the recruitment of Forest Guard in Uttarakhand as per the exam pattern of a bank, railway, etc. The examination will be in two different sessions and the question papers will also be different in both the sessions.
Nearly one and a half lakh applications were received by the Subordinate Services Selection Commission for the recruitment examination of 1239 posts of Forest Guard. Due to a large number of applicants, the Commission has to conduct this examination in two sessions.
The special thing is that the question papers of both the sessions will also be different. Banks, railways, etc. also conduct exams in a similar manner. According to Commission Secretary Santosh Badoni, the marks of the applicants will be normalized on the basis of question papers after the examination.
Examination centers are the most problematic in conducting a simultaneous examination. The Commission is unable to find a sufficient number of examination centers. Later, the complete information about normalization will be given to the candidates by the Commission. The exam will be held on February 16 from 10 am to 12 in the first session and from 2 pm to 4 pm in the second session.
Police will have an examination for 25 posts of radio officers
The police department has now been asked to conduct an examination on 25 posts instead of 30 posts of radio maintenance officers. After the restructuring of the structure, the designation of radio maintenance officers has become radio officer and their posts are reduced to 25. For this, 3400 applications have been received by the Subordinate Services Selection Commission. According to the secretary of the commission, this examination will be held on February 23 between 10 am and 12 pm.
12 thousand applications received for 316 posts of Forest Officer
The Subordinate Services Selection Commission has so far received around 12,000 applications for the 216 posts of Forest Officer. Its examination is to be held on February 3. The trouble is that the matter has reached the High Court as well and the High Court has also issued a stay order on it. The Commission says that they have not yet received information about the order of the High Court, hence preparations are being made and applications are also being accepted.