Jpsc Pre Result Controversy Students Protests Against 7th To 10th Jpsc Civil Services Pre Exam Results, Cm Hemant Soren Gives Reply In Assembly

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Education Desk, Amar Ujala

Published by: Subhash Kumar
Updated Mon, 20 Dec 2021 04:03 PM IST

Summary

JPSC Pre Result Controversy: Allegations of malpractices in the results of the 7th to 10th Civil Services Preliminary Examination conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission had started pouring in since the announcement of the results. Earlier there were allegations of paper leak on this exam.

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Protests over the results of Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) Civil Services Preliminary Examination are intensifying. The candidates allege that there is massive rigging in the examination. The candidates are performing continuously for the last 50 days. Taking action on this matter, he is demanding the dismissal of the JPSC chairman, cancellation of the preliminary examination result and a CBI inquiry.

issue raised in the assembly
The issue of controversy over the results of JPSC Preliminary Examination was also seen in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly during the winter session. The opposition also demanded a reply from the Chief Minister on the matter. Chief Minister Hemant Soren made a statement that the matter is under investigation. JPSC is an independent organization. There is no interference of the state government in the examination results. An adjournment motion was also brought in the House regarding the results of the JPSC Preliminary Examination, which has been declared invalid.

What is the dispute?
Allegations of malpractices in the results of the 7th to 10th Civil Services Preliminary Examination conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission had started cropping up after the declaration of the results. Earlier there were allegations of paper leak on this exam. At the same time, even after 49 candidates sitting in a row passed simultaneously, a dispute arose over the results. The students had also agitated till the Raj Bhavan regarding this.

After the controversy, a total of 57 candidates were declared unsuccessful by the commission in the investigation. The Commission had told that keeping in mind the delay in the result due to non-receipt of OMR sheets of 49 candidates sitting in a row, they were declared successful, now they have been failed. 8 other candidates have been failed citing other reasons. At the same time, a committee has been constituted by the commission and the responsibility of investigating this matter has also been given.

When was the exam held?
The State Civil Services Preliminary Examination was conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission in the month of October. At the same time, the results of the examination were announced on 1 November 2021. Ever since the declaration of the results, the candidates have been continuously alleging malpractices in the examination.

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Protests over the results of Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) Civil Services Preliminary Examination are intensifying. The candidates allege that there is massive rigging in the examination. The candidates are performing continuously for the last 50 days. Taking action on this matter, he is demanding the dismissal of the JPSC chairman, cancellation of the preliminary examination result and a CBI inquiry.

issue raised in the assembly

The issue of controversy over the results of JPSC Preliminary Examination was also seen in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly during the winter session. The opposition also demanded a reply from the Chief Minister on the matter. Chief Minister Hemant Soren made a statement that the matter is under investigation. JPSC is an independent organization. There is no interference of the state government in the examination results. An adjournment motion was also brought in the House regarding the results of the JPSC Preliminary Examination, which has been declared invalid.

What is the dispute?

Allegations of malpractices in the results of the 7th to 10th Civil Services Preliminary Examination conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission had started cropping up after the declaration of the results. Earlier there were allegations of paper leak on this exam. At the same time, even after 49 candidates sitting in a row passed simultaneously, a dispute arose over the results. The students had also agitated till the Raj Bhavan regarding this.

After the controversy, a total of 57 candidates were declared unsuccessful by the commission in the investigation. The Commission had told that keeping in mind the delay in the result due to non-receipt of OMR sheets of 49 candidates sitting in a row, they were declared successful, now they have been failed. 8 other candidates have been failed citing other reasons. At the same time, a committee has been constituted by the commission and the responsibility of investigating this matter has also been given.

When was the exam held?

The State Civil Services Preliminary Examination was conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission in the month of October. At the same time, the results of the examination were announced on 1 November 2021. Ever since the declaration of the results, the candidates have been continuously alleging malpractices in the examination.

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