Big change in BPSC: CDPO exam will be held on May 15 in 21 districts, change in entry time after paper leak

Pankaj Prasad
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The candidates will be given entry in the examination center only till 45 o'clock.

Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has started reforming the examination system due to the leak of the question paper of the 67th Combined Preliminary Competitive Examination. Taking a lesson from the question paper leak incident, BPSC has taken a big decision regarding the Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) examination to be held on May 15. Now the candidates will get entry in the examination hall only 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination.

Under no circumstances will the candidates be allowed to enter after the stipulated time. If the exam will start from 12 noon, then the candidates will be allowed inside the center only till 11:45 pm. On Monday, under the chairmanship of RK Mahajan, the chairman of the commission, this information has been given in a meeting with the officers of the districts related to the CDPO examination to be held on May 15. The CDPO exam will be held on May 21.

No entry inside the center after 11:45

In the meeting, special instructions have been given regarding the conduct of the examination. This exam is to be held in one shift from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM. Now in this, the candidates will be given entry in the examination center only till 11:45 am. After this entry will not be allowed under any circumstances. The preparations have been completed.

Entry will start one and a half hour before

The controller of examination told that more time has been given to the candidates for admission. Now the candidates will enter inside the center one and a half hour before the commencement of the examination. Earlier it was an hour. It is noteworthy that after the question paper of PT of BPSC 67th examination went viral, the commission is very serious.

Students took out procession against paper leak

Patna . Against the paper leak of 67th BPSC PT, under the joint aegis of student organization AIDSO and youth organization AIDYO, a procession was taken out from Patna College and a protest was held at the university centenary gate. They burnt the effigy of the government. The workers were shouting slogans of giving the harshest punishment to the culprits.

Addressing the students at the Shatabdi gate, AIDSO's Bihar State Secretary Vijay Kumar said that no action is taken against the big people of the racket who mess with the examination. As a result of this, rigging continues in every exam. AIDYO State Office Secretary Saroj Kumar Suman said that the new date is not issued with strict punishment to the culprits involved in the paper leak and with the guarantee of taking the examination in a transparent manner.

Due to the cancellation, the problems of the examinees increased

Patna . Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)'s 67th Combined Preliminary Competitive Examination has been canceled after the question paper was leaked. The students got upset due to the cancellation of the exam. Thousands of examinees had reached different districts of the state to give the examination from different states of the country. Swati, who came to take the exam from Mumbai, was staying in a hotel four days back. Swati's center was Bihar Sharif. He said that more than 15 thousand were spent in five days.

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I was very happy after passing the exam. I am very upset after the cancellation. At the same time, Saurabh Kumar Singh, who took the examination, said that the examination has been canceled due to the negligence of BPSC. The commission should compensate all the candidates appearing in the examination. The center of Prakash Singh of Patna was Arwal. He said that cancellation of examination in this way increases mental trouble.