The Bihar Public Services Commission (BPSC) canceled a preliminary examination of public services a few hours after allegations of a “leak” that led to massive resonances. According to Jita Singh, secretary of the BPSC, a three-member committee was set up to investigate the whole matter, and he was asked to submit a report three days later.
“At the time of the exams, we received complaints about the leak. We compared the screenshots with the question sheets and those that matched the C set. The screenshots reportedly went viral almost six minutes before the exams. These allegations will be considered by the investigative committee, ”Singh said.
Screenshots of the set of questions went viral on social media a few minutes before the exams at noon.
In Ara, the headquarters of Bhojpur County, candidates for Vir Kunwar Singh College, one of the examination centers, made a staggering statement. The young men and women created a stir, claiming that some candidates were separated and allowed to solve documents in a separate room, as well as allowed to bring mobile phones.
“Boys and girls were asked to file a written complaint. We will transfer them to the BPSC, which one can take any action. The local administration can only guarantee that the exams are held on the appointed day without any obstacles, “said Raushan Kushvaha, Bhojpur district magistrate.
Meanwhile, more than 5,000 candidates who took the tests at more than 1,000 centers across the state responded with concern.
With inputs from PTI.
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