Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) was supposed to conduct the Tubewell operator/Nalkoop Chalak written test on 2nd September, Sunday. While due to the Hindi paper leak on Saturday the examination authorities have canceled the examination. Lucknow District Magistrate has not yet announced the postponed examination date. Soon, the UPPSC Tubewell operator exam date will be announced by the authority. Candidates competing for UPPSC Tubewell operator posts can stay checking the official portal, uppsc.gov.in for latest updates.
UPSSSC Tubewell Operator Exam Postponed As Hindi Paper Leaks
The UPSSSC has released the notification for 3210 tubewell operator/nalkoop chalak posts recent;y and accepted applications from eligible and interested candidates during the application dates. While the organization is prone to conduct the written test on 2nd September. The organization has canceled the written test and informed the competitors about the cancellation on Saturday. The organization will soon announce the new exam date.
The reports confirm that nearly 11 people were involved in this leakage process. And over 15 lakh cash was seized. After hearing the news of exam cancellation, applicants have protested with raising slogans against the authorities.
“11 people were arrested last night, including their mastermind Sachin (a teacher), in connection with UP tubewell operator paper leak case. Some papers & cash was retrieved from them,” Prashant Kumar, ADG Meerut, said.
The question paper leakage problem has been becoming sever in present days. Recently, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has faced criticism for the leakage of class 10th Maths and class 12th economics papers. The CBSE has now partnered with the Microsoft to prevent the leakage. The CBSE is having more than 22,299 schools working across India. It is one of the topmost examination boards in India. After the paper leakage, the board was highly criticized by the students and parents. Now, the board has decided to encrypt the paper with the help of Microsoft special software.