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PCS candidates meet ACS, seek early Mains Exam

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By Our Staff Reporter

Dehradun, 13 Feb: A delegation of candidates, who have passed the preliminary examination of the Uttarakhand PCS and qualified for the mains, called on Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi at the Secretariat, here, today.

The candidates urged the Additional Chief Secretary and Secretary, Personnel, Shailesh Bagoli to issue directions to the officials concerned to hold the PCS Mains Exam, conducted by the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC), between 23 and 26 February 2023 as per the calendar issued by the Commission. They further said that any delay in holding the mains exam might affect the morale of the candidates. They also expressed gratitude to the CM for implementing the country’s strictest anti-copying ordinance in the state.

Raturi observed that the government and the administration are determined to conduct all the recruitment examinations in the state on time with complete transparency and credibility. The recruitment examination for the Patwari and Lekhpal posts has been successfully conducted in the state. She appealed to them to not believe in any kind of rumours and not to propagate rumours on the issue. She warned that strict action would be taken against anti-social elements that spread any kind of rumours regarding the recruitment examinations. She claimed the administration is working diligently to conduct all the competitive examinations in the state in a transparent, fair and peaceful manner. A strict vigil is being maintained by police and intelligence teams in the examination centres across the state. The security system of the examination centres and the checking system of the candidates is impenetrable and unprecedented in every way.

Saksham Chauhan, Vaibhav Deval, Apoorva Deval, Brij Mohan Joshi, Shailesh Sati, Archana Negi, Alok Bhatt and Shweta Sharma were among the candidates to call on Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi today.