Today i.e. on Sunday, the candidates who came to take the 67th Combined Preliminary Examination of Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) got a big shock.
Even before the commencement of the BPSC Combined Preliminary Examination in Bihar , its paper was leaked on social media.
After the examination was over, when the paper viral on social media was matched with the original paper, both the papers turned out to be one.
BPSC has not yet issued any statement on paper leak
So far no statement has come from BPSC regarding the paper leak issue. According to commission officials, a decision in this regard will be taken after the meeting in the evening.
‘Some candidates got permission to enter the examination center with mobile’
According to Dainik Jagran , hundreds of examinees created a ruckus at the Veer Kunwar Singh College examination center in Arrah on the allegation of paper leak. He alleged that some candidates were allowed inside the examination center with mobiles.
“Some of the examinees were leaked ahead of time and the examination was conducted by sitting in a special room. While other candidates were given question papers late,” the examinees said.
BPSC Combined Preliminary Exam ‘C Set’ paper leaked
According to the information, the question paper of ‘C Set’ of BPSC Combined Preliminary Examination has been leaked.
Around 6 lakh candidates had appeared in the examination held on Sunday in Bihar.
For the examination, 1,083 examination centers were set up in 38 districts of the state and in the capital Patna alone, 55,710 candidates were present at 83 centres.
Magistrates and magistrates were appointed at all the centers regarding the examination.
Student leader sent photo of viral paper to chief minister
President of Rashtriya Chhatra Ekta Manch, Dilip Kumar, about 10 minutes before the commencement of the examination, sent a copy of the viral paper through email to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar , demanding cancellation of the examination.
Bhojpur District Magistrate Roshan Kushwaha said that the uproar was received in Kunwar Singh College, after which the center has been investigated.
He said that the written complaint of the candidates would be sent to the commission, on which further action would be taken.
BPSC will recruit 802 posts
A total of 802 vacancies will be recruited in 16 departments through this recruitment exam conducted by the commission.
The commission had issued an advertisement seeking applications for the 67th BPSC on September 24, 2021. During this, applications were sought for 555 seats from the Commission, but in the middle the seats increased several times and now the Commission will recruit 802 posts.