Multi-tier invigilation for KAS Mains exam
18 CENTRES IN JAMMU; 12 IN VALLEY
Srinagar, Mar 9: The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission has made elaborate arrangements for the mains civil services examination which is scheduled to begin from March 15.
Officials in the PSC said that the multi-tier invigilation has been put in places across the examination centres in Jammu and Kashmir divisions. In Jammu division, 18 examination centres have been set up for 5,723 candidates while 12 centres have been set up in valley for 4, 731 candidates.
“We have drawn examination supervisors and invigilators from the respective institutions where the exams are being held. Apart from this, there will be observers from the government side who will assess the conduct of the exams,” PSC controller of exams, G A Mir told Greater Kashmir.
He said the officials of the Education Department and the members of the PSC will be on a constant move. “They will be visiting the centres in Jammu as well as in Kashmir division on regular basis and supervise the exams,” the controller said.
The divisional commissioners of Jammu and Kashmir and the deputy commissioners will also be monitoring the process while the district superintendents of police will maintain law and order outside the examination centres. “But they won’t be allowed inside exam halls. They will only sanitise the surroundings of the exam centres,” the controller said.
The month long mains examination will conclude on April 15 and includes four compulsory papers and 66 optional papers—including papers A & B.
The exams of several papers were earlier clashing with the postgraduate entrance exams of various subjects. The PSC officials confirmed that the university of Jammu and University of Kashmir have postponed the papers, which clashed with KAS exams.
“We have made all arrangements for smooth conduct of exams and hope that exams will conclude peacefully,” said another PSC official.
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