By | 18 Sep 2022 at 12:32 PM
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UPSSSC Group C Exam: Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission has changed the pattern of Group ‘C’ recruitment exam to crack down on Munna Bhais. Till now question papers were given in eight series, but this system has been abolished for future examinations. In the new system, evaluation will be done on the basis of question paper number.

The Subordinate Services Selection Commission has the right to recruit up to Group ‘C’ posts. The commission had conducted the examination in July for the recruitment of 8085 posts of Lekhpal. The STF caught the copyists during the examination. During the interrogation, many shocking information was found. The STF had also informed the commission about this. In this it was told that how they get copied by breaking into the question paper of a series.

The chairman of the commission, Praveer Kumar, held a meeting with the members and discussed it. In this it was decided that the system of fixed series should be abolished. After agreeing on this in the meeting of the members of the commission, it has been decided to implement this system in the new examinations. It will be started with Preliminary Qualification Test (PET).

Cheating will stop like this

1. The candidates have to fill the question paper number correctly. Based on this the evaluation will be done. Which question paper belongs to which series it will be ‘decoded’ on the basis of question number. This will be known only at the time of evaluation.
2. The candidates have to take special care while filling the Question Paper (QP) number (codified) in the OMR sheet. The result will be given on the basis of QP number (after decoding) only. After this step, it will be almost impossible to copy in the recruitment examinations.

PET will be held at 1899 centers

The chairman of the commission said that the preliminary qualifying examination (PET) will be held on October 15 and 16 at 1899 examination centers in the state. The exam will be held every day in two shifts. 3758209 candidates will be involved in this.