UP Police Constable Recruitment Exam: Students will not have to pay re-exam fee – India TV Hindi

Uttar Pradesh, UP Police Constable Recruitment Exam- India TV Hindi.

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Police Constable Recruitment Exam

Lucknow: Amid allegations of paper leakage in the Uttar Pradesh constable recruitment exam, the state government has canceled the exam. An order was also issued in this regard on Saturday. Along with this, the government has also ordered an inquiry into the alleged rigging of the RO-ARO recruitment exam. Students are also protesting to cancel this exam. The state government on Saturday issued orders to cancel the constable recruitment exam, saying that the exam will now be held within the next 6 months. After this order, the students celebrated. At the same time, Syam Yogi said that the exam malpractices will not be spared. They will be given the severest punishment. Along with this, the UPSTF is probing the entire matter and several people have been arrested.

New exam date will be announced soon

After canceling the exam, the government has said that the candidates will not have to pay for the paper again. Along with this, UP Roadways buses will transport the students to the examination center for free on the exam day. Although the new date of the exam has not been announced yet, it is believed that it will be announced soon. The reason behind this is that the Election Commission can impose the code of conduct at any time and after that the government will not be able to announce the exam dates. In view of this, the dates may be announced soon.

The exam was held on 17th and 18th February.

Let you know that the constable recruitment exam was conducted in the state on 17th and 18th February. More than 5 million students appeared for the exam for 60,224 posts. There was talk of paper leakage on the first day of the exam. Along with this, many people also received the paper on Telegram. This paper was very similar to the original paper. It was only after this that the news of the paper leak spread. Students started demanding to cancel the exam and re-conduct it.

Crores of students wasted

Students and government have lost crores of rupees after the cancellation of UP police constable recruitment exam. However, the government is saying that now the students will not have to pay the fee again for the exam. But even after that crores of rupees have been lost. It is estimated that the students have already spent more than Rs 500 crore and due to the re-examination they will have to spend the same amount again. This expenditure of Chatrin is on food, travel and accommodation.

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