Retd army officers to conduct board exams in Haryana
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Chandigarh, Aug 28: To check impersonation and external interference during state-level teacher eligibility test, the Haryana School Education Board, Bhiwani. Has decided to appoint retired army officers for the purpose.
The Board has decided to appoint retired army personnel of the level of Junior Commissioned Officers for the smooth conduct of the Haryana State Teacher Eligibility Test which is scheduled to be held on September 24 and 25, an official spokesman said today.
The retired army officers would be deputed at all examination centres for checking cases of impersonation and external interference during the examination, he said.
The officers deputed at the examination centres would be given Rs 500 per day as an honorarium, the spokesman said.
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