BPSC Paper Leak News: The Bihar Public Services Commission on Sunday cancelled the examination for Civil Services (preliminary) held earlier within the day, hours after allegations of query paper leak led to an enormous outcry. Screenshots of a set of query papers had gone viral on social media minutes earlier than the exams commenced at midday. The exams have been cancelled. Other bulletins shall be made sooner or later, BPSC Examination Controller Amarendra Kumar instructed PTI over cellphone. BPSC Secretary Jiut Singh mentioned a 3-member committee has additionally been set as much as inquire into the entire matter and requested to submit a report in three days.
Commenting on the difficulty, RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav mentioned that BPSC needs to be renamed to Bihar Lok Paper Leak Ayog. “BPSC, that destroyed the way forward for crores of children in Bihar, needs to be renamed to Bihar Lok Paper Leak Ayog”.
We obtained complaints of leak on the time of graduation of exams. We in contrast the screenshots with the query papers and people tallied with set C. The screenshots reportedly went viral practically six minutes earlier than the exams started. These allegations shall be regarded into by the inquiry committee,? Singh instructed reporters.
In Ara, the Bhojpur district headquarters, candidates at Veer Kunwar Singh College, one of many examination centres, got here out with a startling allegation.
The younger women and men created a ruckus, alleging that among the candidates had been segregated and allowed to resolve their papers inside a separate room, and likewise permitted to take cell phones there.
Bhojpur District Magistrate Raushan Kushwaha reached the spot and pacified the protesting candidates.
The boys and the women have been requested to provide their grievance in writing. We will submit these to the BPSC which alone can take any motion. The native administration can solely be certain that exams are performed on the assigned day with none hindrance, he mentioned.
Meanwhile, greater than 5 lakh candidates who appeared for the exams at over 1,000 centres throughout the state, reacted with dismay.
It is demoralising, to say the least. The exams had been to be held in December however had been deferred due to panchayat elections. Now, there may be going to be additional delay, one among them mentioned.
Rahman Khan, who runs a training centre in Patna for aspirants from underprivileged backgrounds, alleged that an examination mafia is at work and it must be busted if the BPSC had been to not lose all its credibility.