Candidates to appear after biometric verification

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 31 Aug 2017 10:27:21


Staff Reporter,

Professional Examination Board (PEB) has announced to give another chance to the candidates of police constable recruitment examination. Police constable recruitment examination under PEB was started at 85 centres in 13 cities of the State on August 19 and will be organised till September 18.  Examination will be held in two shifts from 9 am to 11 am and 3 pm to 5 pm. The candidates will have to report at from 7.30 am to 8 am for first shift and from 1.30 pm to 2 pm for second shift according to their scheduled time decided by the PEB. The candidates whose biometric certification/verification could not be completed due to problem of Aadhaar or server from August 19 to 24 then all such candidates will be given chance to appear in the examination.

A tri-level biometric verification system has been implemented to check dummy/fake candidates in the examination and on the basis of new process the verification of Aadhaar biometric candidates is being done through SRDH server. It is noticeable that only 80 per cent candidates are appearing continuously in the police recruitment examination after August 20, 2017. The entitled candidates even after having recognised identity cards were deprived from the examination because their biometric verification was not done. List of such candidates will be received from centre superintendents/supervisors and on the basis of biometric verification these candidates will be permitted for appearing in the recruitment examination.

 

CM’s gesture gives Ajay Kumar another chance for constable recruitment exam

Staff Reporter,

A youth Ajay Kumar, who could not appear for the police constable recruitment examination on August 23, has has got another chance because of generosity of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Being five minutes late, Ajay Kumar could not appear for the police constable recruitment exam held on August 23. Ajay sent a mail to the Chief Minister in this connection. He requested the CM to give him another chance to appear for the coming examination to be organised by the Professional Examination Board.

Reacting to the mail, Chief Minister Chouhan instructed the Principal Secretary Technical Education Department to give another chance to Ajay Kumar and other candidates like him. As per CM’s instructions, the Technical Education Department has decided that the examination will now be held again by the Professional Examination Board on coming September 19/20. All eligible candidates who could not for some reason appear for the examination held between August 19 and 23 can now appear for the examination. New exam admit cards are being issued for such candidates. These candidates can download the new admit cards for the examination from the Professional Examination Board website, ten days before the exam. Overwhelmed by CM Chouhan’s gesture, Ajay Kumar has thanked him and is now preparing for exam.