UKPSC Patwari Lekhpal Exam Date: Following the discovery of a paper leak for the Uttarakhand Patwari Lekhpal recruitment exam, the exam scheduled for January 8 has been cancelled. This exam will now be held on February 12, while the Assistant Accountant exam, which was scheduled for February 12, will now be held on February 19. According to GS Rawat, Secretary of the Public Service Commission, the STF informed the Commission that section officer Sanjeev Prakash Chaturvedi illegally gave 380 questions from the Patwari recruitment exam to other accused.
According to the Commission, the entire paper has not been leaked. Sanjeev Prakash Chaturvedi, Section Officer Ateeq Open-3, who was accused of leaking the Patwari recruitment exam paper, has been suspended, he said. Two employees who worked for the accused were also transferred. In addition, the Assistant Accountant Auditor exam, which was scheduled for February 12, has been rescheduled for February 19. All other recruitment examinations and interviews will take place in accordance with the examination calendar that was previously published.
Arrests, exam cancellations, and timely announcement of new dates
The state government acted quickly in response to the paper leak of the Patwari recruitment exam. Section Officer Sanjeev Chaturvedi was suspended in this case, despite the fact that five people were arrested. While the current recruitment examination was cancelled immediately, a new date for re-examination was also announced. The state government has been directed to act quickly in the Patwari recruitment scam. For the first time in the state, when irregularities in the recruitment examination were discovered, the examination was cancelled after several suspects were arrested. Along with this, a new date for re-examination was announced.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami stated in this regard that the paper leak case is being investigated. Strict action will be taken against anyone found to be interfering with the interests of youth and the law. He stated that the state government is committed to ensuring the fairness of all future examinations. We will soon enact strict legislation to make recruitment examinations copy-free.