Alleged fraud in SI test: 15 days on, 90000 youth await probe report


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Jammu, July 2: As the 15-day period to conduct an investigation into alleged fraud in the J&K Police Sub-Inspector Written Examination has expired, 90,000 candidates are eagerly awaiting the submission of the report.

Conflicting reports come from different backgrounds regarding exam fraud, but no official statement has been made in this regard.

Authorities are in awe of the investigation conducted by a three-member panel as the committee has yet to present its report to the top.

The commission of inquiry, set up on the recommendation of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to investigate allegations of fraud in the Jammu and Kashmir Police Sub-Inspector's written recruitment tests, was asked to submit its report by June 24 to all costs.

On June 4, the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) released the list of candidates who qualified for the Sub-Inspector Police (PSI) written exams held on March 27.

The three-member panel is led by the Finance Commissioner (Additional Chief Secretary), Department of the Interior, RK Goyal. The other members of the college are the Department of General Administration of the Secretary General and the Department of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs of the Secretary.

The committee that was given the opportunity to co-opt as needed was asked to submit a report / recommendations within 15 days. The order was issued on 10 June.

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, on June 9, ensured an investigation into allegations of irregularities in the written tests conducted for the post of Police Sub-inspectors. With the list of shortlisted candidates, the JK Police Recruitment Exam scanned after several applicants called it a "fraud" and "unfair".

97,793 candidates appeared in the written test conducted by the JKSSB in a single session on March 27 in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

According to the data, 1.13.861 candidates had applied for the position of which 97.793 candidates presented for the exam, or more than 85 percent.

Over 7,200 candidates have "passed" the written tests and declared themselves suitable for the physical test in the coming days, the JKSSB had issued the warning was the recruitment of 1200 Psi posts in the Police Department. (Copy from Early Times Jammu)

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